Our income comes from four sources. The sources are:
You can download our financial statement via the button below, see a graphical summary that presents a breakdown of our 2022 income and expenditure below, and find a full table of figures at the bottom of the page.
We are extremely grateful for the income received from Core Supporters, Donors and Partners, which allow us to improve our activities while covering our essential overhead and personnel costs.
We are extremely grateful for the project support received from grants and donations. Without them, the Centre and its owners would not be able to work on important issues that no single actor can solve alone.
Grants and donations support our work on issues such as SDG implementation, open and vital societies or accountability frameworks for the sector.
To learn more about the value to support the Centre, read our blog on the Centre’s story and why it’s worth supporting us.
For more information on how to support our work, please contact Kathrin Kirste.
The Centre is a not-for-profit limited liability company, owned by 14 international civil society organisations who each hold equal shares of the Centre.
Core Support is annual financial support that the Centre receives from its owners and five other* ICSOs. The level of financial support depends on the global annual income of the Core Supporter.
The Centre uses this financial support to maintain its secretariat which provides professional support to the civil society sector. Furthermore, it allows for strategic financial and programmatic decision-making, e.g. to start key projects while fundraising is still underway. Thanks to Core Support, the Centre has continuously developed its activities and the secretariat.
*In addition to the 14 owners, CBM Global, Terre des Hommes International Federation, WaterAid International, World YMCA, and Wikimedia are Core Supporters of the Centre.
For more information on how to become a Core Supporter, please contact Kathrin Kirste.
Participation Fees are income we receive from the various events we hold throughout the year.
Other income is the money we receive on an irregular basis. Examples of this are one–off donations or book sales.
from 01.01.2022 to 31.12.2022
all amounts in Euro
|2. Grants and Donations||1,875,523.55||1,545,858.68|
|3. Other Operating Income||48,289.89||43,629.49|
|4. Cost of Goods & Services||(793,374.64)||(584,373.29)|
|5. Personnel Costs||(863,941.80)||(800,210.51)|
|7. Other Operating Expenses||(201,266.14)||(208,602.84)|
|8. Interest Income||80.90||0,64|
|9. Interest Expenditure||(0.00)||(54.92)|
|10. Taxes on income and profit||(0.12)||(0.12)|
|12. Net Surplus for the year||85,191.27||57,931.63|
|13. Allocation to Reserves||85,191.27||57,931.63|
|14. Annual Results||0.00||0.00|
|I. Share Capital||17.500,00||18.750,00|
|II. Retained Earnings||241,876.38||156,685.11|
|B. Special Account for grants||33,982.00||39,781.00|
|1. Liabilities to banks||245.65||1,517.60|
|2. Trade liabilities||1,604.13||27,419.39|
|3. Liabilities to shareholders||1,500.00||17,114.98|
|4. Other liabilities (i.e. taxes)||35,636.59||46,224.03|
|E. DEFERRED INCOME||251,010.79||405,323.01|