You can financially support the Prophet Elijah’s Hospice Foundation by: making a bank transfer, donation on SiePomaga.pl fundraiser or paying the cost of patient care on the website Dobroczynne24.pl. You can deduct the cash donation from your income tax.
The collected funds are used to help terminally ill people in their homes in rural areas of Podlasie. We also organize educational activities for young people and adults, teaching them how to care for the sick. During the classes we teach what the idea of a home hospice is and we share our values, such as respect for human life at its end. Currently, we also raise funds for the development of a 24-hour hospice facility.
How can you help?
By bank transfer
The main account of the Foundation – by making a payment to this account you support the care of patients of home hospice and ensure the functioning of our Foundation.
Account number: 52 8060 0004 0551 0139 2000 0010
Bank Spółdzielczy in Białystok, Branch in Michałowo
for payments from abroad:
SGB-Bank S.A. SWIFT/BIC CODE: GBWCPLPP,
EN 52 8060 0004 0551 0139 2000 0010
Account for development of the hospice facility – by making a payment into this account you help us to achieve our largest project; you become the builder of the Hospice, Care and Education Center in Makówka.
Account number: 81 1050 1953 1000 0090 3150 6141
ING Bank Śląski, Branch in Białystok
for payments from abroad:
ING Bank Śląski SWIFT/BIC CODE: INGBPLPW
EN 81 1050 1953 1000 0090 3150 6141
- On the website Sie Pomaga
- On the website DobroCzynne24
- On the Facebook
How to deduct a donation from the tax?
The amount of the donation made by individuals for the Podlaskie Hospice Oncological Foundation, e.g. the title “Oncological Donation”: “care for the terminally ill in their homes” can be deducted from the tax base (income), up to 6% of income.
Donations made by legal entities to the Podlaskie Hospice Oncological Foundation can be deducted from the tax base (income), up to 10% of income for each tax year.
Legal basis: Art. 26(1)(9)(A) in conjunction with Art. 26(5) of the Act of 26 July 1991 on Income Tax from Individuals and Art. 11(1) of the Act of 20 November 1998 on Lump-sum Income Tax from Certain Revenues Achieved by Individuals. Article 18(1)(1) of the Corporate Income Tax Act of 15 February 1992.
We are grateful for every donation, for every gift in kind and for every other form of support. We would be happy to thank each of you separately, but this is not possible unless we have your free and explicit consent. We are limited by data protection laws.
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