Cross-border philanthropy

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One of FEDORA’s main missions is to encourage cross-border philanthropy in the fields of opera and dance to support the emergence of a new generation of artists and the renewal of these art forms. Everyone can make a difference and every donation counts.

By harnessing the digital shift on the FEDORA Platform, individuals and companies can make donations and benefit from tax deductions valid in their country of residence in a secured legal and fiscal framework. This simplifies the process of online cross-border donations through a digital user-friendly experience, allowing donors to make donations to FEDORA’s initiative and artistic projects of their choice around the world.

Who can benefit?

FEDORA provides the possibility for residents and companies from France to receive a tax deduction directly on the FEDORA Platform website.

Thanks to the new online Transnational Giving Europe Platform, residents and companies of selected countries in Europe can benefit from tax deduction.

Likewise, through FEDORA’s US Fund hosted at the King Baudouin Foundation U.S., United States residents and companies can benefit from tax deduction.

Donating through the fedora platform

Donating through the fedora platform - Figure

How does it work in Europe?

FEDORA Platform
France
French residents and companies can directly make a donation on the FEDORA Platform and receive the corresponding tax receipt for the following activities:
  1. Tax deduction for donations to FEDORA:
    All donations are tax deductible for French residents who donate to FEDORA.
  2. Tax deduction for FEDORA’s Memberships:
    Individual and corporate donors can benefit from tax deduction on the donation part within their membership subscription according to French philanthropic regulations.
  3. Tax deduction during crowdfunding on the FEDORA Platform:
    FEDORA’s competition cycle includes crowdfunding campaigns for nominated projects that are still in the making. Donors who wish to support these projects can benefit from tax deduction in France. By selecting to receive a French tax receipt corresponding to the donation amount the donor accepts not to receive the associated crowdfunding benefits.
Online Transnational Giving Europe Platform
Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Romania, Spain, Switzerland and the United Kingdom
FEDORA has joined forces with the Transnational Giving Europe Network to implement the new online Transnational Giving Europe Platform. This platform simplifies cross-border donations and facilitate philanthropy across Europe by allowing donors to benefit from tax deductions in their country of residence in a secured legal and fiscal framework.

What is the Transnational Giving Europe Network?

Transnational Giving Europe is a network bringing together leading foundations and associations from European countries, enabling cross-border donations to circulate in Europe and providing local tax exemption for donors.

Who can benefit from tax deduction through the online Transnational Giving Europe Platform?

Fiscal residents and companies from: Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Romania, Spain, Switzerland and the United Kingdom

How does the new online Transnational Giving Europe Platform work?

The FEDORA Platform is connected to the TGE Platform in order to process the payment of your donation and allow you to benefit from tax deduction in your country of residence in a secured legal and fiscal framework.

Donation Process with Transnational Giving Europe

TGE - Diagram

Who are the national partner foundations collaborating on the Transnational Giving Europe Platform?

Pioneering Partners

Pioneering Supporters

How does it work in the USA?

Fedora us fund at the king Baudouin foundation U.S.
U.S.A.
U.S. residents and companies are redirected to the King Baudouin Foundation U.S. to make their donation to FEDORA’s US Fund and receive their tax receipt for the following activity:

Tax deduction for donations to FEDORA: All donations are tax deductible for U.S. residents and companies according to U.S. philanthropic regulations.

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