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FEDORA PLATFORM - LEGAL NOTICE
FEDORA PLATFORM - LEGAL NOTICE
1. About The FEDORA PlatformIn accordance with Article 6 of the Law n°2004-575 dated 21 June 2004 regarding the digital economy, the identity of different contributors is defined on the website of the FEDORA Platform (www.fedora-platform.com):
FEDORA – The European Circle of Philanthropists of Opera and Ballet
ADDRESS: Palais Garnier, 8 rue Scribe, 75009 Paris, France
TEL: +33 (0) 1 58 18 65 21
DIRECTOR: EDILIA GÄNZ
8 rue Scribe
MAIL: email@example.comTEL: +33 (0) 1 58 18 65 21
Design and website creationFEDORA, Landor & Fitch (https://landorandfitch.com/en) and Amédé (www.amede.fr)
AccommodationThe FEDORA Platform is hosted by OVH - 2 rue Kellermann - 59100 ROUBAIX – France
To contact this host, go to http://www.ovh.com/fr/support/
PaymentThe credit card transactions on the FEDORA Platform are secured by STRIPE.
To obtain more information, go to: https://stripe.com/fr-us/legal/payment-terms
2. User Guide: General Terms and Conditions of use of the FEDORA Platform
2.1. General Information
Donation phase during the FEDORA Prizes Competition
The donation phase on the FEDORA Platform takes place every year. During the fundraising phase anyone can discover the nominated projects for the FEDORA Prizes on the FEDORA Platform and can donate to their favourite projects. A donor can make multiple donations to any nominated project on the FEDORA Platform, but the benefits provided by the nominee cannot be accumulated per project. Individuals and companies based in France, selected European countries (https://www.fedora-platform.com/platform/cross-border-philanthropy) as well as the USA have the opportunity to receive a tax receipt for their donation. This option excludes the possibility to receive benefits offered by the projects.
Voting phase during the FEDORA Prizes Competition
More information on the 2023 Public Voting phase for the FEDORA Prizes Competition
The voting phase will open on February 1st, 2023, at 10 am CET and will close at noon (12:00 pm) on the 10th of February. During this time, the 11 projects nominated for the FEDORA Prizes Biennale will have the opportunity to gain support from the public. The project which will receive the most public votes will be the recipient of the “Audience Award” on the FEDORA Platform and receive financial support of 10,000 euros. After the closing of the voting period, FEDORA will conduct a voting verification process to ensure the votes are valid and to identify the winning project. The recipient will be announced online and during the Award Ceremony, at the Palais Garnier, in Paris, on the 10th of February 2023.
Becoming a member of FEDORA or donating to FEDORA
Throughout the year, any individual or company can donate to FEDORA or register to become a member of the FEDORA Platform and support FEDORA’s activities.
Individuals and companies based in France, selected European countries (see above) and the USA have the opportunity to receive a tax receipt for their donation.
2.2. Technical information about registering and donating online on the FEDORA PlatformUser online registration
To vote and/or donate online, platform users need to register on the FEDORA Platform with their email address or with their Facebook account. The user receives a verification email to his or her registered email address in order to activate his or her account on the FEDORA Platform. Disposable or general contact email addresses are not accepted for registrations on the FEDORA Platform. This is done to guarantee the rightful procedure of the voting process so that no fake email accounts can be used and to avoid that email addresses being used without the permission of their legal owner and/or several times.
Payment methods and currency
Donations and membership payments can be made online by credit card. The FEDORA Platform accepts Visa Card and Mastercard. Payments are made in euros on the FEDORA Platform. The FEDORA Platform guarantees a secure payment procedure for credit card transactions on the FEDORA Platform through Stripe (https://stripe.com/fr-us/legal/payment-terms).
Tax deductible donations for French fiscal residents and companies
The FEDORA Platform provides donors who are French fiscal residents and companies registered in France with tax receipts corresponding to the amount of their donation following French fiscal law. In order to generate the tax receipts, donors need to provide their full name and address. For international legal coordination purposes, a donor who chooses to benefit from tax deduction cannot additionally obtain the crowdfunding benefits associated with the donation basket he or she selected in the context of the fundraising campaigns of the nominated projects.
Tax deductible donations for individuals and companies based in selected EU countries
Residents from and companies registered in Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Spain, Switzerland or U.K. can benefit from tax deductions valid in their country of residence. To do so, the donor will be
Donation transactions are made in each country’s local currency of the above-mentioned countries.
Donations can be made online by Visa, Mastercard, Maestro, Bancontact or Paypal, depending on each National Transnational Giving Europe Partner Foundation’s capacity. Transnational Giving Europe guarantees a secure payment procedure through the Transnational Giving Europe Platform powered by iRaiser.
The National Transnational Giving Europe Partner Foundation is responsible for emitting a valid tax receipt according to donor’s country of tax residence, after having conducted a due diligence verification procedure required by national laws.
Information that is shared with nominees and their collaborators
Once a donor makes a donation to a project on the FEDORA Platform or on the Transnational Giving Europe Platform or “TGE”, the FEDORA Platform informs the project’s lead company about the donor’s name, donation amount, and the selected benefits. Projects never receive donors’ credit card details or other payment information. At the end of the fundraising campaign, the projects will coordinate directly with the donor the delivery of the benefits (if applicable) and updates about the advancements of the project.
The lead companies have the option to appoint collaborators to help manage their projects. These collaborators may be able to access some of the information available to the project (including donors’ names, email addresses, donation amounts, benefit selections, and messages), and are required to treat donors’ personal information with the same care and respect as the lead companies are. The lead companies and their collaborators may also receive anonymized information about the ways people visit and interact with their project page, in the form of routine traffic analytics.