Summary of finances

Background - June 25, 2018

Greenpeace European Unit is funded by Greenpeace International. Globally, Greenpeace relies mostly on the voluntary donations of around 3 million individual supporters (86% of total income in 2013) and on grant support from independent foundations (2% of total income in 2013). Greenpeace does not seek or accept donations from governments (including the EU institutions), corporations or political parties.

Auditors' statement for Greenpeace European Unit 2017:

"We have audited the annual accounts of the association which comprise the balance sheet as at 31 December 2017, the profit and loss account for the year then ended and the notes to the annual accounts, characterized by a balance sheet total of EUR 691.620,81 and a profit and loss account showing a break even result for the year. In our opinion, the annual accounts give a true and fair view of the association's net equity and financial position as at December 31, 2017, as well as of its results for the year then ended,  in accordance with the financial reporting framework applicable in Belgium."

Clybouw Auditors - Antwerp, Belgium

Income and Operating Costs 2017
Total income (a) € 1,717,330.33
Total operating costs (b) € 1,717,330.33
Break-even (a-b) € 0.00

Balance sheet 2017
Fixed capital assets (a)     €37,464.59
Current floating assets (b)  €654,156.22
Liabilities (c)  €691,620.81
Total assets minus liabilities (a+b-c) €0


For the 2016 Financial Report of Greenpeace International, please click here