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Donate to GAiN

The aid that GAiN offers is completely depending on donations from individuals, churches, companies, schools and other organizations. The GAiN staff members depend their income from donations and have built their own partner team which supports them both in prayer and finances. Al your donations to an ANBI are tax-deductible. In order to the consistency of GAiN we very much appreciate monthly donations.

Transfer money

Besides donating through the form you can also transfer money through (telephone)banking. Our banking details (IBAN) are: NL29ABNA0451636015 | GAiN Driebergen. To locate your donation to the aimed project we work with codes. See the form on this page. Please make sure you note the right code including a description on your transfer.

Questions

Do you have any questions about your donation or about a current authorization, or you want to change or stop your donation? This is possible through the contact form.

Long term donations

For larger amounts there are several routes of making your donation tax incentive. Such as:

* Periodical donations (without mediation of a notary, at least for five years),

* Legacies, annuity donation, bequest or turbo tax donations

We can help you in this. Please contact Dick van Suilichem – or call our office 085 – 484 4616.

Live based on donations

A major part of the GAiN staff lives based on donations and have a partner team around them. They approach people for their personal support. Think of: sharing, praying and supporting financially. By doing this, GAiN wishes to involve them into the work.

In the old and new Testament God sets people aside to work into His service. They didn’t earn their own income by a paying job, but got supported by others. This used to happen in Biblical times, in the centuries there after and is still the matter in current days. GAiN staff members consider it a privilege to continue with this tradition and to see it as a form of partnership by serving the Lord together.

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Donate to GAiN

The aid that GAiN offers is completely depending on donations from individuals, churches, companies, schools and other organizations. The GAiN staff members depend their income from donations and have built their own partner team which supports them both in prayer and finances. Al your donations to an ANBI are tax-deductible. In order to the consistency of GAiN we very much appreciate monthly donations.

Transfer money

Besides donating through the form you can also transfer money through (telephone)banking. Our banking details (IBAN) are: NL29ABNA0451636015 | GAiN Driebergen. To locate your donation to the aimed project we work with codes. See the form on this page. Please make sure you note the right code including a description on your transfer.

Questions

Do you have any questions about your donation or about a current authorization, or you want to change or stop your donation? This is possible through the contact form.

Long term donations

For larger amounts there are several routes of making your donation tax incentive. Such as:

* Periodical donations (without mediation of a notary, at least for five years),

* Legacies, annuity donation, bequest or turbo tax donations

We can help you in this. Please contact Dick van Suilichem – or call our office 085 – 484 4616.

Live based on donations

A major part of the GAiN staff lives based on donations and have a partner team around them. They approach people for their personal support. Think of: sharing, praying and supporting financially. By doing this, GAiN wishes to involve them into the work.

In the old and new Testament God sets people aside to work into His service. They didn’t earn their own income by a paying job, but got supported by others. This used to happen in Biblical times, in the centuries there after and is still the matter in current days. GAiN staff members consider it a privilege to continue with this tradition and to see it as a form of partnership by serving the Lord together.