“Transparency is extremely important to us as Jesus-Project. For this reason, we have joined the Transparent Civil Society Initiative. We make the following information available to the public and would like to be open for correction and change both internally and externally”.Michael Flügge, chairman of the board
1. Name, registered office, address and year of incorporation
Jesus-Projekt Erfurt e.V.
Based in: Erfurt, district court Errfurt, registration number: VR 162334
administrative centre: Alfred-Delp-Ring 77/78, 99087 Erfurt
founding year: 2006
2. articles of association
3. Latest tax office decision on recognition as a tax-privileged (non-profit) corporation
notice of exemption 26th of april 2017
valid for the calendar years 2013, 2014, 2015
issued by tax office Erfurt, tax number 151/141/09565
charitable purposes: promotion of religion
4. Name and function of key decision-makers
association executive beard
chairman of the board: Michael Flügge
board: Stefan Barwe
board: Maximilian von Kymmel
Two members of the executive board each have joint power of representation.
Advisory Board (honorary)
chairman of the advisory board: Diethard Leder
Deputy Chairman of the Advisory Board: Jens Wolf
5. Report on the activities of our organisation
6. staff structure
2017: 11 full-time employees, 3 part-time employees, 4 interns, 32 volunteers
2016: 9 full-time employees, 5 part-time employees, 4 interns, 28 volunteers
2015: 8 full-time employees, 3 part-time employees, 3 interns, 25 volunteers
7. source of funds
annual report 2017 (page 45)
8. use of funds
annual report 2017 (page 46)
9. corporate law ties with third parties
The Jesus-Projekt Erfurt e.V. is a member of the umbrella organisation of Diakonie Mitteldeutschland.
In case of dissolution of the association, the beneficiary associations are: Jesus-Bruderschaft Kloster Volkenroda e.V. and Netzwerk Gemeinde Erfurt e.V., each at 50 percent.
10. Names of legal entities whose donations account for more than 10 percent of our total annual income; details of corresponding donations from natural persons.
The Evangelische Kirche Mitteldeutschland provides over a period of 5 years as part of the funding programme Erprobungsräume, which account for more than 10 percent of the total annual income (start of funding 01.01.2017).
Aktion Mensch provides a grant over a period of 3 years within the framework of child and youth welfare project funding, which is expected to account for more than 10 percent of the total annual income (start of funding 01.08.2017).