DONATE

Participation in the AIPF represents a unique opportunity to personally engage and make a difference to Aeolian Island future. In doing so, individuals can directly participate in the evolution of Aeolians to become models of island sustainability for the 21st century.
AIPF has ambitious, realistic plans for the future and is seeking support from individuals and organizations that care about Aeolian Islands and would like to make a difference.

Individuals and organizations can get involved with AIPF in the following ways:

REGULAR DONATION and ONE OFF DONATION

TO DONATE FROM UK
Account Name: Aeolian Islands Preservation Foundation
Bank Name and Address:Triodos Bank, Deanery Road, Bristol, BS1 5AS
Account Number: 20641257
Sort Code: 16-58-10

TO DONATE FROM OTHER COUNTRIES
Account Name: Aeolian Islands Preservation Foundation
Bank Name and Address: Triodos Bank, Royal Bank of Scotland 10 Whitechapel High Street London E1 8DX
Sort Code: 16-00-34
Swift/BIC: RBOSGB2LXXX
IBAN: GB11RBOS16003410000856
Account Number: 20641257
Sort Code: 16-58-10

  • 50 € per year – Sea urchin
  • 100 € per year – Seahorse
  • 250€ per year – Starfish
  • 500 € per year – Bluefin tuna
  • 1,000 € per year – Lobster
  • 2,500 € per year – Sea turtle
  • 5,000 per year – Dolphin
  • 10,000 per year Leader – Blue whale

Fundraisers

If you are organizing an event or party you can help support the Aeolian Islands Preservation Fund’s work by raising funds at the door. This is a very effective way of raising awareness amongst friends and peers.

Revenue sharing

If you have a business (for example a restaurant, property rental business, or other tourism business) then, please, consider adding a voluntary donation to the AIPF to your restaurant bills, rental agreements etc. The Aeolian Islands Preservation Fund (AIPF) benefits from a “euro per table” scheme under which a number of leading restaurants ask their customers whether they are happy to have one euro added to their bill in support of AIPF.

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