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Please support our advocacy for a world without poverty. We need your support to strengthen our efforts and convince public opinion, media, political parties and international organisations that a world without poverty is not a dream for a far away future but an obligation and possi- bility here and now.

1. BECOME A DONOR

Become a donor with a yearly contribution of € 35,00 ($ 45,00 ). Or help us with a one-time donation. We are thankful for any support that you are willing to give us. If you want to become a donor, please contact us by e-mail and transfer the contribution to our account indicating that you are a ‘new donor’.

PAYMENT OPTIONS

1. Transfer the money through your OWN bank with an international money transfer. Usually your bank will offer two possibility to do this: online or by a paper form.

Here are our data that you need for an international money transfer

If you want to support the GBI Foundation with a yearly contribution, then please let us know that you want to become a donor by sending us an email. Once a year we will contact you to ask for your financial support.

1. YOUR OPINION

We value your opinion. Let us know your ideas about a Global Basic Income by filling out the short questionnaire. You can also write your opinion to: info@globalincome.org


2. VOLUNTARY WORK

If you want to contribute to the work of the GBI Foundation, there is a lot you can do. Our funds are not yet sufficient to pay salaries, so we depend on voluntary work. We are looking for:

experts in different fields: to contribute their expertise to work out different possibilities for implementation of a GBI and to strengthen the scientific basis
networkers: to spread the idea and convince other people and organisations to support the plea for a global basic income
photographers: to make photos that we can use for our website and other promotion material or to help us find them
an editor: a native speaker or someone with a university degree in English to check the English text of this website for errors
members for the Supervisory Board: for practical reasons members of the Supervisory Board have to live in, or near, the Netherlands; the Supervisory Board discusses and advises on the policy and budget of the foundation; it has to approve the budget and the yearly report
others: if you want to help us with other talents or skills, please let us know


3. FINANCIAL CONTRIBUTIONS

You can support our work by a one-time or yearly financial contribution. At the moment we are operating on a low budget. We need more support to cover our basic costs (office and travel expenses). We welcome any financial support, however small.

Below you can find our account number and a more detailed description of ways to transfer money from different countries.


4. BECOME A DONOR

If you want to support the GBI Foundation with a yearly contribution, then please let us know that you want to become a donor by sending us an email. Once a year we will contact you to ask for your financial support.

 

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How to donate money


Online donations

Do donate money now, click one of the buttons below:


Residents of the Netherlands

Our account number and address are:

Account number: 8981358
GBI Foundation, Muntweg 97, 6532 TH Nijmegen

Transferring money from other countries: general information

You can transfer money by filling out an International Money Transfer Form, which you can get from your bank or post office. To fill out the form, you need our IBAN number (=International Bank Account Number) and the BIC code (=Bank Identifier Code) of our bank, also called SWIFT code. In the US and other countries that don't use the IBAN number you additionally need the name and address of our bank.

Our account number:
Our IBAN:
BIC /SWIFT of our bank:

Beneficiary:
Street and house number:
Postal code and city:
Country:

8981358
NL91INGB0008981358
INGBNL2A

Global Basic Income Foundation
Muntweg 97
6532 TH Nijmegen
the Netherlands

Name and address of our bank:

ING Bank N.V.
PO Box 1800
1000 BV Amsterdam

Furthermore you sometimes have to indicate who pays the transfer costs by filling in a code: OUR, SHA or BEN. If you don't write down one of the codes, the costs will be shared.

OUR = Our cost: it means that you pay all the transfer costs
SHA = Shared cost: you pay part of the costs, we pay the other part
BEN = Beneficiary cost: we pay all the costs


European Union

If you live in a member country of the European Union, preferably use Eurogiro. Within the EU money can be transferred without extra costs via Eurogiro. You pay the same rate as with a domestic money transfer.

You can use Eurogiro as is indicated above in the general information: ask your bank or post office for an International Money Transfer Form. Fill out the form and send it to your bank.

In most EU countries you only need the IBAN number, the BIC/SWIFT code and the name and location of the beneficiary to complete the form:

IBAN:
BIC / SWIFT:
Beneficiary name:
City:
NL91INGB0008981358
INGBNL2A
Global Basic Income Foundation
Nijmegen (Netherlands)

Countries outside the European Union

From countries outside the European Union preferably use Worldgiro. It works the same way as Eurogiro, but you can also transfer money in other currencies than Euros and there are extra transfer costs.

This is how it works: ask your bank or post office for an International Money Transfer Form. Fill out the form and send it to your bank. Don't forget to write down our IBAN number (NL91INGB0008981358) and the BIC/SWIFT code of our bank (PSTBNL 21).

If the IBAN number isn't used by banks in your country, write down the name and address of our bank instead: Postbank NV Foreign Operations, PO Box 1800, 1000 BV Amsterdam. (Usually "Postbank, Amsterdam" will be sufficient.)

See above for more information about filling out an International Money Transfer Form.

Ask your bank how much they charge for Worldgiro. If you donate a small amount, use the OUR or SHA code for paying or sharing the transfer costs.

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