The WikiRate Project relies on donations to stay free and independent. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 609897 

Where does your donation end up

All donations will benefit the further development of WikiRate programs which reach students around the world to educate future leaders in corporate responsibility and sustainability for communities and the planet.

Additionally, the WikiRate platform is built on a powerful new open source software called Wagn, which is constantly improving and gaining users. We need your support to continue to build the Wagn engine.

Legal information

WikiRate is a registered non-profit in three countries. You may donate to any of our three entities (German, UK or US). If you want to know more please contact us at . is currently funded primarily by a grant from the European Commission through Sep 2016, which grants funds to each of the partners involved in building the platform at If you are interested in supporting the project please consider a Donation or contact us under

WikiRate is incorporated in Germany as “gemeinnütziger, eingetragener Verein” under the name “The Wikirate Project e.V.”, in the UK as charitable incorporated organisation (CIO) under the name “The Wikirate Project UK” and in the USA as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization under the name “The Wikirate Project”. Donations from German, UK and US donors may therefore be tax deductible (see our German determination letter here, for UK go here and enter our registered charity number 1155894, and see our US determination letter here).

You may also want to support Decko, the awesome software platform used to build Please go to to find out more.

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