Active commitment is great! radikal:klima is based on the passion, energy and time of many dedicated people who work voluntarily to bring climate-friendly voices into parliament.

Despite all motivation we also need financial support to cover our costs. With your donation you can help to bring the vision of a climate-positive and socially just Berlin to the Abgeordnetenhaus. 

Until after the first election, we are solely dependent on donations. The money will be used, for example, to rent and equip our own office, for campaigns and events, and last but not least for the election campaign. We are aware of our social responsibility and will use the funds left to us as efficiently as possible for environmental policy and climate protection.

Many thanks for your support.

ways of payment

Bank transfer or standing order

You can support radikal:klima via individual bank transfer or standing order. With this form of donation there are no additional fees for you or for us. Therefore 100% of your donation will be used for the benefit of radikal:klima.

Just transfer the money to the radikal:klima account:

Name: radikal:klima
IBAN: DE59 4306 0967 1093 2821 00
BIC:  GENODEM1GLS (only outside SEPA)
Bank: GLS Gemeinschaftsbank
Intended purpose/Verwendungszweck: Spende (including name and, if desired, purpose of donation)



You find a donation via PayPal the easiest way? For you, there are no fees for this form of donation, but we have to transfer a part of the money to PayPal. This means that not 100% of your donation will benefit radikal:klima. Especially small donations are the least effective, because there is a minimum fee.


One of the easiest ways to donate is PayPal. The best thing is: there are no fees for you.

Unfortunately we receive less of your donation, because we have to pay a part of it to PayPal. To avoid this, you can scan the code via the PayPal app, because this way we don’t have to pay any fees until the end of the year.


You can also participate in our current crowdfunding “The participatory climate plan for Berlin”: