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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by UC2011, Aug 10, 2011.
A Weekend with the electric sports car for a good cause. Great idea!
Anyone know if this is legit?
They don't list any actual charity info, but in the 'about us' section, I found "United Charity – an Initiative from Dagmar and Karlheinz Kögel. United Charity is a non-profit charity foundation, leaded by Dagmar and Karlheinz Kögel . Any surplus, that the foundation receives, will be all used to support the charities."
I'd just wonder how surplus is determined ...
This the German original text. Here it says that all revenue and gifts goes to charity and that all costs are paid by the foundation.
I haven't checked this, but only translated the text.
In the US, charities have to register & it's easy to check what percentage of $ goes to overhead vs. is distributed. I assume there is a similar system in the EU ... yes?
Karlheinz KÃ¶gel â€“ Wikipedia
in the UK you must register if your income exceeds £10,000 (if I remember correctly) and all your figures are available for public review.... I'd be surprised if a similar system was not used in the rest of the EU.