HELPING ECO HVAR

 

THE CHARITY'S DETAILS:

  

ECO HVAR

 

UDRUGA ZA DOBROBIT LJUDI, ŽIVOTINJA I OKOLIŠA OTOKA HVARA

(Charity for the wellbeing of people, animals and the environment on the Island of Hvar)

Registered address: Pitve 93, 21465 Jelsa, Hrvatska / Croatia

OIB (tax identity number): 14009858487

General registration number (matični broj): 04089316

Number on Register of not-for-profit organizations (RNO): 0254098

To see the registration details on the register of not-for-profit organizations, click here. Enter the RNO number given above (0254098) in the first box, and Eco Hvar's details will appear on the line at the bottom of the page.

 

HOW THE CHARITY FUNCTIONS:

 

ECO HVAR'S sources and potential sources of funding include:

* International funds and foundations

* Fund-giving charities with similar aims

* National funds

* Money raised through fundraising activities

* Individual donations

* Supporters’ contributions

 

HOW YOU CAN HELP

 

1. with suggestions for new projects which are needed in keeping with Eco Hvar’s aims to improve health, the environment and animal welfare on Hvar Island

2. with advice for Eco Hvar’s existing or planned projects

3. by volunteering to help in projects organized by Eco Hvar

4. by giving suggestions and advice on fundraising activities

5. by volunteering to help with fundraising activities

6. by becoming an active supporter / member of Eco Hvar.

7. by donating to our fund through our giro bank account (žiro račun).

 

ECO HVAR BANK DETAILS

 

Privredna Banka Zagreb d.d.

Poslovnica 220 Pjaca

Pjaca 1

21465 Jelsa

Croatia

 

IBAN: HR37 2340 0091 1106 0678 6 (Account number)

SWIFT CODE: PBZGHR2X

Account name: ECO HVAR

Address of account holder: Pitve 93, 21465 Jelsa, Croatia

 

If the payment slip has a box for 'further details' or 'further information' you should enter the Charity's OIB: 14009858487, and state 'donation' or 'donacija'.

 

Donations can be made in kunas or foreign currencies such as euros, pounds, dollars and Swiss francs. Please let us know when you have made a donation, especially if you require an official receipt, as the bank does not always identify donors,. All donations, however small, are very welcome.

 

We will be glad of your positive suggestions: please contact us through our e-mail address, or by post to Eco Hvar, Pitve 93, 21465 Jelsa, Hrvatska / Croatia

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