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Transparency is a key priority for us

Transparency has alway been a matter of highest importance to us. A comprehensive internal and external controlling system ensures proper use of donations and verifies the impact of our work. We provide detailed accounting reports to our donors on how donations are spent. To further enhance transparency and prevent corruption, we have committed ourselves to publicly recognised codes of conduct. In recognition of our responsible use of donations, we have received the DZI donations seal of approval on an annual basis since 1992. Within the scope of the Transparency Award, which PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), Germany, has conferred to charity organisations since 2005, Kindernothilfe has been honoured numerous times for its high-quality and transparent reporting on its goals, activities, internal structures and use of funding.

Revenue Sources

Revenue Sources

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Auditing and combating corruption

Auditing and combating corruption

To ensure that donations are used effectively and efficiently, we adhere to stringent internal and external auditing standards. Click here to find an overview of our corruption prevention guidelines and the contact information of our ombudsperson.

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How we evaluate our projects

How we evaluate our projects

Knowing what works: Evaluations are key in optimizing the collaboration between Kindernothilfe and its partners. We jointly gather and analyse lessons learned.

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Our voluntary commitments

Our voluntary commitments

It takes binding principles, a reliable framework and precise monitoring to maintain our high standards of work. Consequently, Kindernothilfe has established clear guidelines and committed itself to other previously existing codes of conduct.

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Certified Performance

Certified Performance

A sign of diligently monitored highest standards and being a top-rated charity: The German Central Institute for Social Issues (DZI) has awarded Kindernothilfe with the institute’s donations seal of approval. This has been awarded annually since 1992.

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