The Foundation at a glance
Name: Amadeu Antonio Foundation (in German: Amadeu Antonio Stiftung)
Address: Novalisstraße 12, 10115 Berlin
Founded: 16. Oktober 2002
The Amadeu Antonio Foundation is a nonprofit foundation for civil rights. The Foundation became an independent organization from the Forschungsgruppe Modellprojekte e.V.(Research Group for Pilot Projects) in 1998.
Statement of Tax Status
According to the most recent statement by the Weinheim tax office on 18th January 2017, in accordance with § 5 Abs. 1 Nr. 9 KStG and § 3 Nr. 6 GewStG, the Amadeu Antonio Foundation is exempt from both corporate income tax and commercial taxes. This is because the Foundation serves exclusively charitable purposes in alignment with §§ 51 ff. AO.
Names and Positions of Important Decisionmakers
Anetta Kahane is chairperson of the board, and Timo Reinfrank is her deputy. The Foundation council works in cooperation with the board to ensure compliance with donor wishes, decide on large grant requests and assist the board as well they can.
The Amadeu Antonio Foundation employs 55 people.
Ties to Third Parties
The Amadeu Antonio Foundation has succeeded since its founding in bringing together people from all walks of life. We have long worked with numerous local organizations, projects and initiatives across Germany; we consider these partnerships to be vital sources of mutual learning. Without these partners to show us the courage to innovate, and without the network of support that these partnerships knit together, the successful work of the Foundation would be impossible.
The Amadeu Antonio Foundation has been supported, advised and funded by the Freudenberg Foundation since its founding. This partnership has been extremely helpful; both organizations can focus on projects and fields in which they have the most expertise.
The Foundation also receives funding and support from the Bundesministerium für Familie, Senioren, Frauen und Jugend (Ministry of Families, Seniors, Women and Children). The Ministry funds certain strategic projects and works to implement government programs against right-wing extremism together with the AAF.
Another important partner of the Foundation is the magazine stern. stern and the AAF have long cooperated on the Mut gegen rechte Gewalt (“Courage Against Rightist Violence”) campaign, which contributes important earmarked funds to certain initiatives and projects. We work closely with stern to determine which projects receive this funding.
A full overview is available here.
The following entities contribute more than 10% (each) to the annual budget: