Support Demolist

Demonstrations and Protests are vital to democracy. The web project is our contribution at a time when more and more people are becoming apolitical and tired of democracy. We want to make it easier for citizens to find each other and stand up for their cause together.

One of the most important cornerstones of our project is independence. We refrain from advertising or cooperation with corporations in order not to become dependent. We are independent and neutral. Every movement is welcome and can register its actions here, no matter where it comes from and what it wants to achieve, as long as it respects the free and democratic basic order of our society.

Support us and help us to remain independent with a financial contribution. On this page you will find various ways to support us. Any amount, no matter how small, helps.

Support Options

Since we have not been confirmed as a non-profit organization, we cannot issue donation receipts. Nevertheless, we are happy about every donation. Even the smallest amount helps to run the DemoList.

In order to help sustainably, please reduce the amount and set up a standing order.

Bank Transfer

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IBANDE59 7012 0400 8468 5180 09
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Aloma Online Marketing
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22926 Ahrensburg

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Company type: sole proprietorship
VAT ID: DE262813014

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The EU Commission provides a platform for out-of-court dispute resolution. This gives consumers the opportunity to initially settle disputes in connection with their online order out of court.

The dispute resolution platform can be found here:

We are not obliged to participate in a dispute settlement procedure before a consumer arbitration board and are generally not willing to do so.