LEGAL / TAX INFORMATION FOR DONORS (outside Czech Republic)
Each organization represented on this website is in full compliance with all laws, regulations, and guidelines regarding non-partisan, non-political, charitable activity within the Czech Republic.
Each organization represented on this website is a officially licensed charity within the Czech Republic., that is legally registered to receive donations, and to benefit from the full value of all charitable gifts free from tax obligations.
Each organization is committed to the principles of transparency, accountability, and good governance in accordance with ethical practices and procedures.
Donations from outside the Czech Republic made to any organization represented on this website may not be eligible for a tax deduction within your country of residence.
Please consult the appropriate tax authority within your country of residence to ensure full compliance with the laws and regulations governing any charitable donations, contributions, and gifts to foreign charities.
LEGAL / TAX INFORMATION FOR DONORS (within Czech Republic)
If you file a tax return in the Czech Republic, your charitable donation to a non-governmental organization (NGO) may be eligible for a tax relief claim. This benefit is applicable to entrepreneurs, self-employed and employees of a company.
To take advantage of this benefit, you must have a charity donation receipt for your tax records:
If you donate online, you can obtain an automatic confirmation of your donation for tax purposes.
If you provide a wire deposit via transparent bank account, each NGO will gladly issue a receipt for your donation upon request. Contact each organization directly for more information.
Include your donation receipt with your tax return to reduce your tax base by the amount you paid for your gift.
Each NGO can also provide a summary confirmation of your support during each calendar year for accounting purposes.
(Tax revenue act, Article 15, section 5)
Natural persons, including employees, may deduct the value of their gifts from their tax base if the total value of the gifts during a taxable period exceeds 2% of the tax base or the value is equal to a minimum of CZK 1,000. It is permissible to deduct a maximum of 15% from the tax base.
Self-employed people and employees who file their own tax returns can apply for tax relief in their tax returns.
Employees whose employers pay their taxes should submit their payroll to their payroll department by 15 February 2017 . Your lower tax base will be shown in your March 2017 payslip under ‘tax repayments’.
(Tax revenue act, Article 20, section :sunglasses:
Legal persons can deduct the value of their gifts from their tax base if the total value of the gifts is equal to a minimum of $ 2,000. It is permissible to deduct a maximum of 10% from the already reduced tax base. For tax purposes, the value of the gift must be a minimum of 2,000CZK.