Our approach to transparency
We, at Europe Must Act, believe that everyone should be held accountable. What is true for governments and politicians, should be true for small civil society groups.
Here, we share our policies, financial records and long-term fundraising aspirations so that this information is freely available to anyone for scrutiny and support.
Since we are a small team, we try as hard as possible to keep all information up-to-date. Information on this page is updated at a minimum of every 6 months.
Last updated: August 3nd 2022
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Our financial actions
Europe Must Act’s finances are managed by forRefugees, a registered charity in the UK. forRefugees is a charity offering umbrella services to grassroots and civil society organisations across Europe. You can find out more about their own financial transparency at www.forrefugees.org.
forRefugees Registered Charity Number (UK): 1168435
IBAN: GB07 CAFB 4052 4000 0299 68
Bank address: CAF Bank Ltd, 25 Kings Hill Avenue, Kings Hill, West Malling,
Kent, ME19 4JQ
EMA does run occasional fundraising drives in order to fund specific costs (for example, money to support a targeted campaign, or to offer bursaries to activists attending a conference).
We also receive grants from foundations, partners and trusts to cover larger costs, such as salaries for our core staff team. A full list of these funders can be found under Income & Expenditure on this page.
In 2022, we spent:
€41,794 on staffing, for our Network Coordinator and EU Advocacy Coordinator
€1,301 on digital infrastructure
€65 on campaigning resources
€200 on training costs
€1,704 on travel bursaries
In 2022, we received:
€4,800 from Refugee Rights Europe for our UN/EU Advocacy Coordinator
€4,324 in crowdfunded donations
€40,786 from unspent funds in the previous year
In 2021, we spent:
€24,550 on staffing, for our Aegean Coordinator and EU Advocacy Coordinator
€1,454 on digital infrastructure
€300 on training costs and travel bursaries
In the same year, we received:
€3,643 in crowdfunded donations
€3,850 from Action for Education towards the Aegean Coordinator
€36,000 from Stiftungsfonds Zivile Seenotrettung for our Network Coordinator
€19,200 from Refugee Rights Europe for our UN/EU Advocacy Coordinator
€3,547 from a funder who wishes to remain anonymous
€831 from unspent funds in the previous year
Income & Expenditures