The The King Baudouin Foundation, together with more international organization and communities – including Transnational Giving Europe Network – organized the closing event of the Spring of Philanthropy “Boost Philanthropy in Europe” on 12 May, 2017, in Brussel. (More information about the events can be found here).
The aim of the conference was to highlight the complementary role of philanthropy to public action and showed that philanthropy works in Europe.
In Hungary every civic organization has to prepare an annual report that ensures transparency in the civic sector. In accordance to the upcoming deadline (30 May), we would like to recommend you the actual annual report of the Network. As the TGE Network is committed by the transparency and accountability thus it also prepares annual report. It is still available on the web.
The new study of TGE and EFC has been launched! “Boosting cross-border philanthropy in Europe – Towards a tax-effective environment” titled study offers recommendations and ideas which could potentially ease tax-effective cross-border philanthropy in Europe. It is recommended for legislators and authorities, as well as for philanthropists and the wider non-profit sector to read, so it could be further developed and discussed with fiscal experts and policymakers in the field of philanthropy taxation.
Transparency is important for TGE that is why the Networks publishes every year the key figures and facts about the work of the Network.
The report includes that how many gifts were channeled through the Network in 2016, where they came from and where they went. You can also read about new partners and learn about projects supported by TGE.
Transnational Giving Europe (TGE www.transnationalgiving.eu) is a partnership of leading European foundations and associations that facilitates tax-efficient cross-border giving within Europe. The TGE network enables donors, both corporations and individuals, resident in one of the participating countries, to financially support non-profit organizations in other member countries, while benefiting directly from the tax advantages provided for in the legislation of their country of residence.