If you consider a one-time or regular donation to support the work of Eva Demaya, you find several options underneath including details of the tax deductibility status of the various forms of support.
You may make a one-time or regular payment into the Foundation’s bank account.
When you wish to receive a confirmation of the receipt of your gift, please provide us with your address in the description part of your payment or contact us by mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.(With the introduction of the IBAN-transfers, your bank no longer provides your addresses to the recipient.)
You make a fixed periodic payment to the Eva Demaya Foundation for a minimum period of five years.
For such periodic gifts, there is no maximum amount and no threshold for (Dutch) tax deductibility purposes. The tax deductibility for this option is governed by the following conditions:
– The gift is registered with a notary or, as from January 2014, registered in a special document, which the Foundation can provide for you.
– The payments are made at fixed intervals and are for a fixed amount. These payments continue until your decease.
– The gift is made for a minimum of five successive years.
– The donor does not receive any benefit or service in exchange of the gift.
Contact Eva Demaya to provide you with a warrant for periodic payments.
A will is primarily meant to settle the estate on the next of kin. In addition to this, it is also possible to specify the Eva Demaya Foundation as a beneficiary in the will. Doing this means that the Foundation will also benefit from your estate. This is known as a testamentary disposition. This disposition must always be drawn up by a notary and must include a mention of the name of the beneficiary and the beneficiary’s registered address.
A bequest is a special form of disposition by which the legator gives one or more persons (or bodies) certain goods, a certain amount or certain stocks. A bequest can only be made as part of a will.