Make a Donation - Netherlands

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Thank you for supporting our work! If you would like your donation to go towards a particular country, programme or project, please let us know and we will ensure you funds are used accordingly. Any funds left undesignated will be used strategically by the Room to Read team.

Room to Read is qualified by the Dutch tax authorities as a registered charitable institution for tax purposes in the Netherlands, so any donations made to either the bank account in the Netherlands, or directly to the United States are fully tax deductible.

Donating to Room to Read is easy. Please choose from the following options:

Thank you again for helping us bring the lifelong gift of literacy to children in the developing world!

Credit Card

Please use our secure online credit card form here. Once your donation is complete, you will receive a donation receipt via email.

Bank Transfer

To make a donation via bank transfer, please use the following information:

Account Name:   Room to Read N. A.
Bank Name: Bank of America
Bank Address: Herengracht 469, 1017 BS, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Swift Code: BOFANLNX
Account No.: 0266504019
IBAN NL11 BOFA 0266 5040 19
Reference: Name, address, and email


We would like to keep in touch to update you on how your generous support has helped to make a difference. Please fill out our Netherlands Donor Information form (Adobe PDF, 60kb) and email it to


Please mail all checks to:

Room to Read
111 Sutter St., 16th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94104


You may make an online donation using our PayPal donation page. This method requires you to have an existing PayPal account or create a new one as part of the donation process. Donations can be made in US or Canadian dollars, British pounds, euros, or Japanese yen. Please note: all PayPal donations are processed through our Global Office in the US, so we can only provide a US tax receipt for donations made via PayPal.


Still have questions? Please Contact Us via email or phone, and we will be happy to help!

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