Pay in the funds you raise

Thank you for raising money for EURORDIS! Whether you have organised a fundraising activity or taken part in fundraising either at work or with friends your donation helps to improve lives. You can make a much appreciated donation:

 

Via credit card

Through the EURORDIS donate page. We accept the following payment methods:

US-based donors are encouraged to go to www.kbfus.org, click on the ‘Donate Now’ button and select ‘fund name’ under ‘Giving Option 1: Nonprofit Partners Overseas’.

 

Via PayPal

You can also pay in the money you raised via our PayPal account: payment@eurordis.org.

 

By Transfer

For bank transfer please contact EURORDIS payment@eurordis.org.
U.S.-based donors are encouraged to contact King Baudouin Foundation at email: info@kbfus.org, phone (212) 713 7660

 

By post

To pay by cheque: please make your cheques payable to ‘EURORDIS’, download and print this Paying In Form and post it to us together with your cheque to the below address or by emailing a scanned version to payment@eurordis.org.

EURORDIS, Plateforme Maladies Rares, 96 rue Didot, 75014 Paris, France

For U.S-based donors: please write your cheque to the King Baudouin Foundation US (KBFUS), write ‘fund name’ in the memo section of the check and send it to KBFUS,10 Rockefeller Plaza,16th Floor, New York, NY 10020.

Please note: Due to high bank fees when receiving cheques from outside of France, we politely request that people living outside of France consider payment methods other than cheque. U.S.-based donors are encouraged to contact the King Baudouin Foundation US.

 

Please note: Your donation is tax deductible in all EU member states and the US. More detail on your tax deduction. 

Page created: 27/01/2016
Page last updated: 02/05/2017
 
 
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