The Stechlin-Institut draws its strength from the people coming here. Get in touch and come visit.
Your donation supports the project work of the Stechlin-Institut and the initiatives‘ and artists‘ stays here. We thank you very much!
We report on the use of financial means in our ‘Tätigkeitsbericht’ every year which is public.
Both the Förderverein Stechlin-Institut e.V. and the SI gemeinnützige GmbH are legally recognized as charitable by the Finanzamt and therefore relieved from corporation tax. Receipts for donations are made out for donations of 200 Euro or more. Up to this amount, the Finanzamt accepts simple confirmations in connection to the according bank statement.
GLS Gemeinschaftsbank eG
IBAN DE13 4306 0967 1152 0917 00
We are here! This is our life! We know what’s good for us and we find our own way there…
In August 2013, together with our fellow enthusiasts we founded the Förderverein Stechlin-Institut e.V. (a non-profit association to support the institute). The association seeks to provide a solid foundation for all of those who want to engage in the Stechlin-Institut with their brains, hearts and hands.
Members’ fees and donations go directly into the projects we are working on together.
by email to email@example.com or by postal mail to Förderverein Stechlin-Institut e.V., bei Richter, Neuroofen 5A, 16775 Stechlin
Förderverein Stechlin-Institut e. V.
IBAN: DE13 4306 0967 1152 0626 00
The purchase of the property for the Stechlin-Institut has been made possible through the support of the foundation Stiftung Edith Maryon, and is now at the disposal of the SI gemeinnützige GmbH for 99 years.
From 2015 to 2017, our work was supported by the TEVA GmbH.
In 2014, the Stechlin-Institut received coaching and consultation with the help of the ESF and State of Brandenburg in their program „Innovationen brauchen Mut“ .
The post of the caretaker is supported by the State of Brandenburg’s Office for Social Affairs, Integration Office, since 2016.
In 2016 and 2018, the Stechlin-Institut is able to employ a student worker with the help of the ESF and State of Brandenburg in their program “Brandenburger Innovationsfachkräfte”.