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Donate to the Eve Branson Foundation
We rely on people’s generous donations to be able to continue Eve's legacy of helping rural communities in the Atlas Mountains in Morocco. Right now, these communities need our support more than ever due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Donations will supply essential provisions and aid future recovery in the region.
EBF continues to fund core programmes such as our three craft centres which provide much needed training and job opportunities for local young people; donated funds are also used to develop new initiatives including a new community centre. As a grantee of Virgin Unite, we are able to cover our overheads so that all donations go directly into funding frontline projects.
How to donate?
You can donate to the Eve Branson Foundation (EBF) in the following ways:
Make a transfer directly to our bank account – click here to request our bank details. Donations will be received into the EBF charity account in Morocco with Banque Populaire. 100% of your donation will go directly to fund frontline programmes.
GIve through Friends of EBF - A not-for-profit organisation under the fiscal sponsorship of Edward Charles Foundation, Friends of EBF was created by a group of supporters in the U.S to help raise visibility and support for EBF's projects in Morocco. Make a single or regular donation here. Friends of EBF operates through the trusted Network for Good fundraising and donation payment processing platform. If you are donating in the U.S, your donation is tax deductible as allowed by law.
How your donation could help?
A donation of £10.00 will help buy good quality wool and needlework tools for the craft houses to teach young people much needed skills in the local community where there are limited job opportunities.
£20.00 will help a young person to undergo training at one of the three EBF craft centres providing them with life-changing skills and supporting them in providing an income for their family.
£40.00 will contribute towards employing a local teacher at one of EBF's three craft centres which provide life-changing skills and training to local young men and women.
£100 will provide essential provisions for one household for a month during the current pandemic.