Accounting for what works.
Reporting.

We are committed to providing transparent information about what we do. For this reason, we report on the progress of our ongoing projects on our blog. In addition, we have put together any other relevant information about Benckiser Stiftung Zukunft on this page and will continue to update this data annually. The self-regulatory pledge that underlies this publication was developed under the direction of Transparency International Deutschland and signed by the Director of Benckiser Stiftung Zukunft, Dr. Stefan Shaw, on 3 November 2016.

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Through our participation in this initiative, we hope to contribute to greater transparency in the German non-profit sector.

Information about Benckiser Stiftung Zukunft

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Name: Benckiser Stiftung Zukunft
Headquarters: Berlin
Address: Französische Strasse 47, D-10117 Berlin

Founded: 2005
RSIN: 823811530

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Charter (PDF, in German language)

Key objectives and contents
We want a world that enables each individual to develop his or her full potential. Our projects are primarily directed at children, young people and their families. Through our work, we hope to contribute to greater effectiveness and efficiency in the social sector. Our aim is to reach as many people as possible, as effectively as possible. www.benckiser-stiftung.org

Subsidiaries
Benckiser Stiftung Zukunft has founded subsidiaries for some of its projects, by grouping related activities together into separate organizations. These are Eleven gGmbH, which is headquartered in Munich, Juvat gGmbH, also based in Munich, Clarat gGmbH, with its head office in Berlin, and Juvat gemeinnützige Gesellschaft, based in Vienna.

Eligibility criteria for funding
In Germany and Austria, we predominantly see ourselves as a proactive/ operative foundation. We execute our own projects in these countries, hoping to increase the transparency and effectiveness of procedures in the social sector. In developing countries, we follow our guiding principle, “to connect the disconnected”, to fund projects that have proven both effective and efficient.

As we have already acquired a clear overview of effective organizations in our key areas over the course of our work in recent years we do not accept applications for funding, for which we hope we have your understanding.

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Notice of exemption
Tax office: Ludwigshafen
Tax number: 27/662/6089/3
Date: 16.10.2013
Assessment period: 2010 – 2012

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Key decision-makers
CEO:

  • Dr. Stefan Shaw


Board:

  • Dr. Renate Reimann-Haas
  • Dr. Wolfgang Reimann
  • Dr. Stefan Reimann-Andersen
  • Matthias Reimann-Andersen
  • Dr. Peter Harf
  • Bernd Beetz
  • Dr. Joachim Faber
  • Dr. Dr. Christoph Glaser, Vorsitzender 
  • Markus Hopmann
  • Björn-Hendrik Robens
  • Erhard Schöwel


All these persons do not receive a remuneration other than a reimbursement for expenses.

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2015 Activity report
In 2015 Benckiser Stiftung Zukunft pursued the following key activities:

With Eleven several organizations for child and youth welfare were gathered under a common umbrella on Munich’s Prater Island, boosting their effectiveness; we also funded a research project that is the only one of its kind worldwide, demonstrating the advantages of mentoring.


With Juvat Benckiser Stiftung Zukunft successfully completed the first continental European Social Impact Bond and initiated another Social Impact Bond in Austria.

With Clarat Benckiser Stiftung Zukunft expanded our target group for mapping of social programs for children, young people and families, to include refugees.

With Par Benckiser Stiftung concluded an agreement for future collaboration with the US-American aid organization GiveDirectly.

In 2016 and 2017 the Foundation will been continuing our activities in four key areas:
With Eleven we hope to support the further expansion of research into effectiveness in the social sector; with Juvat we aim to continue promoting the “pay for success” approach, with Clarat we intend to make the support programs for refugees and their helpers, as well as welfare programs for children, young people and families in Germany, more transparent and accessible. With Par we hope to support projects that are as effective and efficient as possible for leading families out of existential poverty. For the above activities, estimated 7.5 million euros will be spent in 2016. The budget for 2017 will be around 9.5 million euros.

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Personnel structure of Benckiser Stiftung Zukunft in 2016
The persons who work for Benckiser Stiftung Zukunft are mostly employed by the Social Impact Consulting GmbH (SIC). All of them provide their services for the Benckiser Stiftung Zukunft free of charge, some perform their duties part time. The team at Benckiser Stiftung Zukunft consists of six persons. Additional information about the team is provided here.
 
Personnel structure of subsidiaries in 2016

  • Eleven gGmbH: aside from staff of Benckiser Stiftung Zukunft, one additional part-time position
  • Clarat gGmbH: aside from staff of Benckiser Stiftung Zukunft, 44 staff, of which 20 are full-time and 24 part-time
  • Juvat gGmbH, Munich: aside from staff of Benckiser Stiftung Zukunft, no additional positions
  • Juvat gemeinnützige Gesellschaft, Vienna: aside from staff of Benckiser Stiftung Zukunft, no additional positions


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Income statement, sources of funding and allocation of funds in 2015

  • Donations and subsidies: 1,450 T€
  • Profits from asset management: 2,052 T€
  • Other operating expenses: 233 T€
  • Allocation of funds: 1,752 T€
  • Profit from ordinary activities: 1,517 T€


The allocation of funds to individual projects and subsidiaries was as follows:

  • Eleven gGmbH (including funding for the program “Balu und Du”): 675 T€
  • Juvat gGmbH, Munich and Juvat gGmbH, Vienna: 200 T€
  • Clarat: 527 T€
  • Par: 0


In 2015 funds were also allocated to:

  • University of Bonn (for research into the effectiveness of mentoring): 150 T€
  • Kinderhelden gGmbH (successor organization to the organization that was previously funded, Big Brothers Big Sisters Deutschland): 158 T€
  • Delete Blood Cancer: 40 T€
  • Mentoren für Kinder e.V.: 2 T€


Other information

  • Government grants: none
  • Personnel costs: none
  • Income from services: none


Equity
As at 31.12.2015 the foundation’s equity totals 11,288 T€ 
and is comprised of the following:

  • Foundation capital: 8,851 T€
  • Free reserves: 1,027 T€
  • Funds carried forward: 1,410 T€


2015 Income statement (PDF)

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Corporate affiliations

Subsidiaries

  • Eleven gemeinnützige Gesellschaft mbH, Munich: 100%
  • Juvat gemeinnützige Gesellschaft mbH, Munich: 100%
  • Juvat gemeinnützige Gesellschaft mbh, Vienna: 100%
  • Clarat gemeinnützige Gesellschaft mbH, Berlin: 100%


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Annual income/ source of funding
Benckiser Stiftung Zukunft is financed entirely through donations from the Reimann family.

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Other information on Juvat gemeinnützige Gesellschaft mbH (Austria)
RSIN: 823809687
> Link to 2015 Activity Report