Call for donations

 

GENET activities are financed through membership fees from its members and generous donations from small organisations engaged in the issue of Genetic Engineering (members and non-members of GENET). There is no institutional money behind the services provided by GENET and we have always proudly insisted on such independence.


You are probably aware that a lot of public and corporate money is spend to provide information on GMOs with the aim of raising acceptance and support for genetic engineering. To counter such propaganda efforts with critical information we do need the support of many.


We will therefore run a continued fundraising-campaign to secure money for our activities.


1. We call upon all GENET members and friends to support us by donating to our activities


2. We urge in particular all GENET-news readers to make a donation for the survival of GENET-news service. Those who might be in the position to pay a voluntary subscription fee to GENET-news, please contact GENET  coordinator to arrange that

 

On the right side you find the necessary bank data and other means to donate money to GENET.


Contributing to GENET is now easier! If you have a Paypal account, you can easily transfer money to us at no charges. It's simple and safe. Just click on the button on the top of the page and choose the ammount you wish to donate.


GENET is grateful for all your contributions and promises to keep providing you with qualified and independent news and coordination services.

 

 

Donate with Paypal

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International money transfer

IBAN: DE23 2704 0080 0540 2821 00
BIC/SWIFT: COBADEFF270

Account holder: GENET e.V. 
Bank: Commerzbank Braunschweig
Address: Friedrich-Wilhelm-Platz 1, 38100 Braunschweig, Germany

Money transfer in Germany

 

Konto-Nr. 540282100
BLZ 270
40080
Account holder: GENET e.V. 
Bank: Commerzbank Braunschweig
Address: Friedrich-Wilhelm-Platz 1, 38100 Braunschweig, Germany

By mail

Small amounts, which would be eaten up by international banking fees, can also be sent via mail or postal cheque. Contact the coordinator for a postal address.

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