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Your support is critical to our success. The Tor Project is a US 501(c)(3) non-profit dedicated to research, development, and education about online anonymity and privacy. Donations to The Tor Project may be tax deductible to persons who are in the US; or who pay taxes in countries with reciprocity with the US on charitable donations. Our tax ID number is 20-8096820. We are listed on GuideStar. We're happy to accept donations via:
- Amazon Payments
- checks, money orders, bank transfers, stock grants, or other more sophisticated transactions
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more donation details.
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Donate via Check, Cash, Money Order, Bank Transfer
You can send checks or money orders to:
The Tor Project, Inc
969 Main Street, Suite 206
Walpole, MA 02081-2972 USA
Donate via Wire or Bank Transfer
For US donations via wire or ACH transfer, please contact us for the relevant information.
For European bank transfers, we have an arrangement with CCC in Germany to provide tax-deductible donations for Europeans:
Wau Holland Stiftung
IBAN DE03 5204 0021 0277 281202
SWIFT BIC COBADEFF520
Classic style German account information is:
Inhaber: Wau Holland Stiftung
Bank: Commerzbank Kassel
- Residents from any of the 31 SEPA member states can wire up to 50.000 Euro at the cost of a domestic transaction (i.e., usually free if submitted electronically).
- European citizens can make a charitable contribution that is tax-deductible to a certain degree (Germany: max 20% of total income).
- Corporate entities can deduct donations up to 4/1000 of their combined turnovers, wages and salaries. WHS issues a donation receipt upon request (if provided with address information).
The Tor Project is organized and operated exclusively for scientific, charitable and educational purposes within the meaning of section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, including (a) to develop, improve and distribute free, publicly available tools and programs that promote free speech, free expression, civic engagement and privacy rights online; (b) to conduct scientific research regarding, and to promote the use of and knowledge about, such tools, programs and related issues around the world; (c) to educate the general public around the world about privacy rights and anonymity issues connected to Internet use; and (d) to carry out and conduct such other activities related to the stated mission.