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II. Terms for Donors
Confirmation of your donation and donation summaries
In case you have chosen to provide us with your email address, you will receive an email from Kinder confirming your donation. From time to time, we will send you an email that summarizes all donations you have made through Kinder. This can help you to keep track of your donations and may be helpful for your tax preparations. Please understand that we cannot give you tax advice on the deductibility of any donation, or any other aspect of your taxes.
From each donation Kinder will normally deduct and collect (i) a “Kinder Fee” in the amount of maximum 10% of the donation and (ii) a “Transaction Fee” charged to Kinder by the Payment Processor Mollie B.V. consisting of a fixed amount in the range of € 0,08 - € 0,15 per payment and a percentage of maximum 1,1% for payments in Euros and maximum 2,6% + 2% exchange rate for payments in other currencies (depending on type of transaction used). The Kinder Fee is to cover costs of development and maintenance of the Services, such as the Kinder World platform, the Donation Tools and the continuous vetting of the performance of Organisations. Kinder intends to lower the service fee over time as soon as economies of scale permit.
III. Terms for Organisations
Selection of Organisations
The Kinder World editing team, in its sole discretion, selects which topics will be covered in their articles and which Organisations will be provided with the opportunity to donate to. The selected Organisations need to pass the Initial Screening of the Kinder Vetting Framework and preferably score well on the other steps of the Kinder Vetting Framework.
Contact with Organisations
We get in touch with all (potential) Organisations before they are added to our Donation Tools. Organisations can indicate whether Kinder correctly shows the information about their Organisation and suggest adaptations.
From each donation Kinder will normally deduct and collect (i) a “Kinder Fee” in the amount of maximum 10% of the donation and (ii) a “Transaction Fee” charged to Kinder by the Payment Processor Mollie B.V. consisting of a fixed amount in the range of € 0,08 - € 0,15 per payment and a percentage of maximum 1,1% for payments in Euros and maximum 2,6% + 2% exchange rate for payments in other currencies (depending on type of transaction used).
Remittances are normally made once every month, with a minimum of € 100,- per remittance for organisations in SEPA scheme countries and €500,- for non-SEPA scheme countries (due to high transaction rates). If after 6 months the minimum amount is not achieved, the outstanding amount is remitted regardless of the height of the amount.
The Kinder Fee is a compensation for the benefit created by the publicity effect of Kinder enabling Donors to donate directly and to cover costs of development and maintenance of the Services, such as the Kinder World platform, the Donation Tools and the continuous vetting of the performance of Organisations. Kinder intends to lower the service fee over time as soon as economies of scale permit.
IV. Additional Terms
Intellectual property rights
Unless otherwise stated, Kinder and/or its licensors are the owner of all the intellectual property rights for all the materials on the Website consisting of logos of Kinder, Kinder World, the Kinder logo, and all other trademarks, service marks, graphics and logos (“Materials”).
You may view and/or print pages from the Website for personal use, subject to the following restrictions:
You are not allowed to:
Republish Materials from the Website;
Sell, rent or sub-license Materials from the Website;
Reproduce, duplicate or copy Materials from the Website;
Redistribute content from the Website
Any feedback, comments, or suggestions you may provide regarding Kinder or the Website is entirely voluntary and we will be free to use such feedback, comments or suggestions as we seem fit and without any (financial) obligation to you.
You shall ensure that your communication with Kinder is true and accurate and free from any indecent, obscene, offensive, defamatory or fraudulent content. You agree to indemnify Kinder for any losses, costs, expenses or liabilities which Kinder may incur as a result of your breach of this clause.
Links to other websites
Our Website may contain links to other websites that are not owned or controlled by Kinder. Kinder has no control over and assumes no responsibility for, the content, privacy policies, or practices of other websites.
The Website and all information and content described and/or available on or through the Website are provided to you “as is.” Kinder hereby disclaims, to the extent allowed by law, all warranties of any kind, expressed or implied, including, without limitation, the warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement. Kinder does not make any warranty that the Website will be error-free or that access thereto will be continuous or uninterrupted.
Limitation of Liability
Kinder is not liable for any (indirect) damages, acts or omissions in connection with use of the Website, the inaccessibility of the Website or the incompleteness or inaccuracy of the information on the Website, except for (i) fraud or fraudulent misrepresentation; (ii) death or personal injury caused by its negligence; or (iii) any liability to the extent that the same may not be excluded or limited as a matter of applicable law.
Kinder Organisation B.V. For the attention of: Legal Department Singel 542, 1017AZ, Amsterdam The Netherlands
Kinder Organisation B.V. is registered at the Dutch Chamber of Commerce under nr. 66245478
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