You are welcome to send us donations in order to support our work in Africa.
You may send in your funds by way of check, payable to Foederkreis Kenia e.V. Freudenstadt (see address of our correspondence office), cash, money order or bank transfer (the preferred method within the European Union). If sending a check, please designate what it is for on the memo section of the check.
Valid for Germany or EU member countries, where applicable: For your annual tax return, you will receive a receipt of your donation no later than January or February of the following year (provided your name and address are known). Upon receiving your request, the receipt may also be issued immediately after receiving your donation.
1) Transfers from within Germany, or the European Union:
Beneficiary: Foerderkreis Kenia Freudenstadt e.V.
Bank: Volksbank eG Horb-Freudenstadt;
From the European Union, please use IBAN: DE63642910100322221005
2) Transfers from outside the European Union:
Please use the beforementioned beneficiary and account information (account number 322221005) together with the following
BIC/Swift code: GENODES1FDS
The pages of this URL were last edited April 11, 2019.
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The web engineering, design and translation into English of the society's homepage was done for Foerderkreis Kenia Freudenstadt e.V., by:
Dr. Rudolf R.H. Dittrich, Software Development Office, and Translation Office for Trade and Industry.
In order to facilitate rendition of the society's web pages on old browsers that are still occasionally used in the area covered by the society's work, it was decided to refrain from using up-to-date web engineering methods (example: extensive formatting of pages with tables instead of using "div" containers throughout; etc.; minimum requirement for viewing the society's pages: cascading style-sheet (CSS) capable browsers of the late 1990s).
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