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HCLU Tax number: 18067109-1-41

 

Donate 1% of your tax

If you pay income tax in Hungary, you can donate 1% of your yearly tax to a non profit organization. Donate your 1% to the HCLU! If you decide not to donate your 1%, the Hungarian state will take it! Donating your 1% to the HCLU will not cost you anything, but it will contribute to our work in a big way!

Click here to download the donation slip. Simply put it in an envelope and write you name, address and tax ID on it. On the back, please sign your name along the sealing of the envelope, then simply include this envelope with the rest of your documents to the tax authority.

You can also note it on the official tax form. All you have to do is to write HCLU’s tax number on it (18067109-1-41) and write your name, address and yor tax number onto the envelope. Your signature on the back side of the envelope should cover the sealing as a stamp.

Bank transfer

You can make an order on your bank to transfer the amount to HCLU’s account. If you are making your payment from a foreign country then you should use a Swift code when transfering money to our account. Our Swift code is: CIBHHUHB. Account holder name is: Tarsasag a Szabadsagjogokert.

US Dollar Account:

  • IBAN: HU 88 11100104-1806710902-000006
  • SWIFT CODE: CIBHHUHB (If you are making your payment from a foreign country)
  • Bank name: CIB Bank
  • Bank address: Szabadság tér 15., 1054 Budapest, Hungary

HUF (Hungarian Forint) account:

  • IBAN: HU17 11100104 18067109 10000001
  • SWIFT CODE: CIBHHUHB (If you are making your payment from a foreign country)
  • Bank name: CIB Bank
  • Bank address: Szabadság tér 15., 1054 Budapest, Hungary

EUR (Euro) account:

  • IBAN: HU12-1110-0104-1806-7109-7800-0001
  • SWIFT CODE: CIBHHUHB (If you are making your payment from a foreign country)
  • Bank name: CIB Bank
  • Bank address: Szabadság tér 15., 1054 Budapest, Hungary

For transferring other currencies:

Please contact us at tasz@tasz.hu

Direct payment

You can pay directly through our bank (CIB Bank) simply by using our bank account number. In this case you can stay anonymous if you prefer it.

Postal checque

There are two postal checques available. The yellow one is pre-printed and will be sent to your address by HCLU having the amount of the Card Carrying Membership fee or it can be a blank one on that you can mark the amount you want to donate. The pink checque is completely blank and it is available in any post offices inside of Hungary. In that case the postal costs should be paid by the donor or the Card Carrying Member.

You may find the details of the donation when clicking on the menu. If you have any further question, please send your mail to tasz@tasz.hu.

Thank you for reading this. Thanks for supporting HCLU in advance.

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