HRB 39824: Sima gemeinnützige GmbH
, Düsseldorf, c/o BFP Brune Financial Planning GmbH, Grafenberger Allee 82, 40237 Düsseldorf
. The shareholders' meeting of 14 August 2020 has decided to amend the partnership agreement in Sections 2 (2) and (3) and thus of the object of the company. (a) the promotion of science and research, in particular in the fields of medicine and the protection of nature and the environment, education and training, in particular continuing education and training in the field of nature and environmental protection, child and youth welfare, art and culture, in particular support for artists and the possibility of exhibitions, including related documentation and catalogues; -international understanding and development aid, in particular the promotion of international relations in nature conservation and ecology, environmental, landscape and historical protection, in particular the protection of biodiversity and the preservation of natural and social structures of urban and country living and working, -the protection of human rights, in particular compliance with the "General Declaration of Human Rights" of 10 December 201948, as amended and other international human rights treaties , -the Gerda Henkel Foundation Düsseldorf, as long as it is recognized as a non-profit, with regard to all the purposes of this foundation, -the Moving Child gGmbH, Munich, as long as it is recognized as a non-profit, with regard to all the purposes of the statutes of this body. (b) the selfless support of vulnerable persons and families in economic distress as a result of exceptional emergencies and disasters, by non-profit-making bodies providing assistance and assistance to the above-mentioned persons, to children and young people in need of help at home and, to the extent that this is compatible with the Tax Code, also abroad. 3. For these purposes, the company shall carry out the following activities: it shall make available its resources resulting from the management of its assets for the purpose of the purposes of another body or body governed by public law, which is tax-advantaged under paragraph 2. In so far as it makes its funds available to a private corporation subject to unlimited taxation in the Federal Republic of Germany, it must itself be tax-advantaged. In particular- the GRASSROOTS FOUNDATION for the protection of the environment and human rights GmbH, Sassenberg, -the Right Livelihood Award Foundation, Stockholm, -the SOS Kinderdorf Organisation, -the Gerda Henkel Foundation, Düsseldorf, and -the Moving Child gGmbH, Munich provides grants and donations. The Company may also make financial or material funds available to foreign corporations if they use the funds to promote charitable or charitable purposes within the meaning of the Tax Code. Under the provisions of the AO, the company is entitled to allocate funds to another tax-deferred entity or a legal person governed by public law.