Get Active



Your donations help us to carry out independent campaigns and to fight poverty and hunger amongst cocoa farmers!

Currently, you can only donate on the German website of the development organization INKOTA-network.


Are you fed up with unfair chocolate? Do you want to make a difference? We’d love you to get involved, spread the word, tell your family and friends about the campaign and help us to reach our goal of 100.000 signatures! Why not post something about the campaign or announce a forthcoming event on social media? On the campaign website, you can find material to help you spread the message as well as more information about activities in your country.


If you get organised, you can have an even bigger impact! Are you in a group of friends, students, a FairtradeTown or school club? Spread the word about MCF! and carry out activities in your region! Organize a screening, a public debate or have an information stall at regional events. Please contact one of the campaign partners in your respective country. They will provide you with material, know-how and support.

If your organisation wants to become an official supporter of the MCF! campaign, please send an e-mail to


Alongside the tour we’ll be sending out our travelling photobooth – taking pictures of YOU with YOUR message. Even if you can’t make it to one of the stops on the tour, you can still get involved and add your voice to the campaign!

Take a picture of yourself with your message about fair chocolate. Why do you want your chocolate fair? What do you want to say to the big chocolate brands? What do you think of unfair chocolate?

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As a consumer, you can take a huge step on the road to fair and sustainable chocolate by buying better chocolate. Certification systems such as Fairtrade, Rainforest Alliance and UTZ Certified have independent and external controls. Thus, they help to ensure that minimum social and ecological standards are met in cocoa cultivation.

Certification is not the solution to the problem, but it is an important step to make improvements.