Support THF

THF works with many distinguished institutional donors, but relies on privately-raised funds for many of our most important projects. YOU can help us to carry out our work efficiently and independently by giving us your support:

Contact THF

Make a donation -
send money to our charitable tax-free (in Germany) account, or to our registered and tax-exempt account in Hong Kong. You can state which of our projects you want to support, and you will receive regular updates and a copy of that project's final report.

THF tax-exempt account in Germany
Bank: Berliner Volksbank
Account Holder: Tibet Heritage Fund
IBAN: DE03 1009 0000 7104 1920 03
Account number: 7104 1920 03
National Sort code: 100 900 00
Bank address: Berliner Volksbank, 10117 Berlin, Germany

THF tax-exempt account in Hong Kong
Bank: HSBC
Account Holder: Tibet Heritage Fund (China) Ltd.
Account number: 813-310919-838
Bank code: 004
Bank address: 1 Queen’s Road Central Hong Kong

Become a supporting member -
regularly send 5 Euro (or more) per month to THF's bank account, and become a regular member. You will receive regular update reports and a copy of each Annual Report by e-mail.

Become a patron member -
regularly send 50 Euro (or more) per month and become a patron member. You will receive regular update reports and copies of all our relevant new publications.

Become a distinguished patron supporter member -
regularly send 100 Euro (or more) per month and receive a special membership card. You get all the update reports and new THF publications, and you can receive up-to-date briefings of our projects. You will also get special access to current THF project sites, if you travel to areas where we work.

Become patron of a particular project -
send us an e-mail inquiry and you will receive an update report about our latest projects planned or in progress, and current funding needs for these projects.

Support training and education -
send a fixed amount per month for one or two years to help finance a young person's training in wall-painting conservation, traditional construction or other related skills that will enable this person in the future to have an income and keep alive his/her culture.
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