What we do –providing Dignity Kits to at-risk women– directly addresses this one, very real concern, and we want to be able to do that every month, year in and year out.
That’s why recurring donations are crucial. Because we don’t factor in delivery costs (or any other overhead for that matter!) every cent you give goes into our projects. Having recurring donations means we can plan ahead and benefit from bulk purchase savings. And if you sign up for our newsletter, every 2 months or so we’ll give you an update on how your support continues to help others.
Every single cent you give today goes into a Dignity Kit! One kit for one woman costs 15 euros each month, on average.
We are currently accepting donations through iDeal, PayPal, and through manual bank transfer.
Make a financial donation
Donate through iDeal:
You can make a donation through iDeal using the following form – you can choose one of the predefined amounts or enter your own preferred amount, and you can choose whether this is a one-time donation or whether you want to support us on a structural basis (in which case we’ll love you forever)!
Donate through PayPal:
Donate by bank transfer:
If you are based in the Netherlands and do not have PayPal or internet banking, you can make a donation by bank transfer to the following account. Please mention the Dignity Kits project in your payment description!
> account: NL95 TRIO 078 880 0388
> registered to: Stichting Neighborhood Feminists, Amsterdam
Buy a tote
You can buy one of our limited edition activist totes on Etsy for € 10,00! The full proceeds of these sales will go to the Dignity Kits project. Please go to Etsy to find more information or to purchase a tote.
Both full Dignity Kits and separate products, in whatever amount, are very welcome! We have several ideas lined up on the Dignity Kits page. You can also find a detailed manual on donating products here, to make sure that your donation is what the women we work with need. Please send us a message if you need more details!
Added July 2020: We also welcome donations of face masks (single use or washable), please read more here.