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DZI donation seal

DZI donation seal

DZI donation seal

DZI donation seal

Bearer of the DZI donation seal

DZI Donation Seal

The DZI Donation Seal is the seal of approval for serious charities. It confirms that an organization deals responsibly and carefully with the money consigned to it. Moreover, the organizations with this seal oblige themselves voluntarily to fulfill the DZI standards and thereby live up to the highest quality demands. They are efficient, work transparently, are thrifty, provide objective and true information and have effective control and supervisory structures. In this way they guarantee that the donations they receive are used for charitable purposes.

The German Doctors e.V. has fulfilled these demands since the introduction of the DZI Donation Seal in 1992. The German Central Institute for Social Issues (DZI) has awarded us this distinction every year since its inception and thereby certified an economic and statutory use of donations. With the annual award of the seal, the DZI confirms the correct planning, execution, accounting and control of the work in the projects, as well as the thrifty handling of necessary expenditures for administration, public relations, and contact with donors.

The German Doctors is one of the first organizations to receive the DZI Donation Seal in 1992. This year we received the award again, together with more than 200 other organizations among approximately 20,000 organizations and groups which collect donations. You can rest assured that your donation is well placed with us.

German Doctors help worldwide

We believe in the right of every human being to get medical care no matter their origin. Therefore our volunteer German Doctors offer medical treatments in developing countries for the poorest of the poor. Whether people infected with HIV, undernourished children deficiency syndromes or people with chronic diseases, we help everyone who needs help.

Our doctors work during their annual leave or retirement for a period of six weeks and waive any compensation. More than 7000 missions with more than 3200 doctors were completed since 1983.