MAKE A DONATION
Whether it is an occasional donation, a regular bank payment or a legacy, your financial support can help us to make a real, long-lasting difference in the lives of people living in situations of poverty.
You can choose the cause closest to your heart and make a donation to one of several actions to tackle poverty started by our local volunteers. In Belgium, you will have the right to a tax reduction if the cumulative total of your donations over the course of a year comes to 40€ or more.
Payment methodBANK TRANSFER
Account Name: AIC Solidarité asbl
Account n°: 001-7488762-50
BIC : GEBABEBB
IBAN : BE86 0017 4887 6250
Bank BNP Paribas Fortis
Bank Address : Place de l’Université 1, 1348 Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium
Reference: Donation projectsSTANDING ORDER
Please download and complete the standing order form, then send it to your Bank.
You can also
SHARE your happiness
Marriages, birthdays, new babies, retirements, etc.
More and more of you are choosing to share your happiness with AIC. If you would like to do the same, please contact the AIC International Secretariat at +126.96.36.199.53 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your friends will receive a tax receipt for every donation of 40€ or more.
By doing this, you help us twice: by giving your financial support and by making our work known among those around you. Thank you very much!
SUPPORT AIC in your will
Why should you include an association in your will?
- To support a good cause
- To pay less inheritance tax
AIC Solidarité adheres to the AERF‘s Ethical Code (Association pour l’Ethique dans la Récolte de fonds – Asscociation for Ethical Fundraising). You have the right to information. This means being informed, at least once a year, as to how the funds raised have been used.
Each year, the accuracy of our accounts is checked by a registered auditor. Our accounts and balance sheets are published with the Belgian National Bank (BNB) and available at:
Our audited accounts are analysed, explained and published in full transparency and independence by: