Charity / Register of Commerce of Switzerland
Registered name „Gebauer Stiftung”

Gebauer Foundation


Between 10 Million and 50 Million
Main activity is supporting

Gebauer Foundation is a Charitable foundation founded in 2000 in Switzerland. The headquarters are located in Zürich CH. It supports projects in the areas of development aid, research and science, children and adolescents and others. Read the full mission.


Board members6


The main language for communication is German
0041 444009690


Gebauer Stiftung Dufourstrasse 20 CH-8008 Zürich

Map of the headquarter area


Legal Form

Charitable foundation

Supervisor Authority

Eidg. Departement des Innern, Bern

Subject Areas

Development aidResearch and scienceChildren and adolescentsCulture and artEnvironment & nature protectionSocialHealthcareCultural property & monument preservation

Last Update


Founding Date



Support and promotion of institutions, people and projects in Germany and abroad that pursue charitable, humanitarian, educational, educational, social, scientific, cultural or artistic purposes in a non-profit manner; can also provide direct support services to natural persons in these areas or carry out their own projects; Support and promotion of charitable endeavors of any kind, namely in the field of public welfare (such as cultural and monument preservation; home ownership promotion; care for needy and worthy young people, the elderly and disabled; construction of hospitals and homes; scientific teaching and research; development aid; support of parishes for projects of a non-profit nature).

The following priority areas are currently being funded: Development cooperation projects to satisfy existential basic needs in Europe, Asia, Central and South America. Projects in development cooperation in the field of health care in Europe, Asia, Central and South America. Institutions that support deserving young people in their further education. National projects dedicated to the preservation and promotion of Swiss customs. Scientific research and teaching in Switzerland in the field of natural sciences (excluding medicine) and technology.