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Give big

Take a stand against child exploitation through a large donation. Donate as a foundation, company or private individual. Affiliate a name to one or more of our projects. Give big. Collectively, we make more impact.

Give Big

With a large donation you make more impact in the fight against exploitation of children. We can protect more children, send them to school and offer a better future.

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Give with tax benefits

Make your donation more valuable: give with a tax benefit. Register your donation for at least 5 years. And subtract it from your tax. That way you can give more, while paying less. How? We are happy to tell you.

Your legacy

You can also fight against child exploitation when you are no longer here. With your estate. Include Terre des Hommes in your will. And stand up again for what is important to you. As an ANBI Terre des Hommes does not have to pay tax on your donation.

Personal Fund

A great way to give big is with a named fund. It is also accessible to contributions from others. For example from family members, friends and colleagues. Establish a named fund in memory of someone. Or to express as a company that you support the work of Terre des Hommes. Your named fund can be linked to one or more of our specific projects. That's called "ear tags". This creates more involvement and the projects can run longer.

Join the fight with your company

Many companies take their social responsibility as the greatest donor of Terre des Hommes. Curious about what your company can contribute to the fight against child exploitation? We are happy to inform you.

Personal advice

Donations involving a lot of money deserve the attention of one of our relationship managers. They know Terre des Hommes well and are happy to advise you on all the options.

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