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How to Donate


Inveneo, the organization who introduced me to Marijke Blom of Ukengee, has generously agreed to collect funds to be distributed to their technology partner in Moshi, Tanzania. Lucky for donors, Inveneo is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit, meaning that donations made to Inveneo can be written off on your taxes next April!

In summary, by donating to the Ilulu Project you are not only doing good by this very needy school, you are helping increase your deductions for 2010!

There are a few ways to make your tax-deductible donation to the Ilulu Girl's School's computer lab. You can use the methods below to donate $500 to buy one computer for the school or you can choose to donate any amount you like.

1) You can send a check made out to Inveneo, with "Ilulu School Project" written in the memo line to this address:
Stephanie Seale
c/o Inveneo
972 Mission Street, 5th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94103

If you do not want to pay postage, send me, Mariel, an e-mail at mverdi710@gmail.com with your name and address and I will send you a pre-addressed, pre-stamped envelope to send to Inveneo with your check made out to Inveneo, with "Ilulu School Project" written in the memo line.
 2) You can use Google Checkout or Paypal to donate directly to Inveneo. Please make sure to indicate that your donation is mean for the Ilulu School Project. The direct link to the website is: http://www.inveneo.org/?q=donation.
    Inveneo asks that you add $2-3 for your donation to take care of processing fees associated with these online donation tools. Doing so ensures that The Ilulu Project receives the whole of the donation you so generously inteneded to give. 
2) Read the PDF attached to the site below and follow the wiring instructions for Ukengee in Rotterdam, Netherlands. For questions on this process, please contact Marijke Blom at ronblom@euronet.nl.
Thank you, thank you, thank you for your support!
Mariel Verdi,
Sep 8, 2009, 11:42 AM