Network AID advocates for a healthy, safe, inclusive, and corrupt-free society where the right of women and girls, youths, persons with disabilities and deprived children are recognized, respected, and identity protected.Network AID - Donation

Donations

We are graciously receiving donations/gifts (in-cash, in-kind, tools, materials, equipments) from every global citizens, public, private cooperations, foundations, grant-making institutions, embassies, bilateral and multilaterals agencies, governments, UN agencies to foster the opperation of the organisation in implementing its programs and provide much needed services to her constituents. We don't accept donations/gifts from any illigal means including terrorist organisations, institutions that promote child pornography, trafficking, political party to promote it political agenda that is not in comformity with the fundraising, sponsorship and gift policies.


Donation Transparency & Accountability

Every donations, gift or sponsorship made will be accounted for through a documented publish report, except with notification not to include either the names, institution or amount of the donee. Acknowledge of receipt will be communicated to Donee(s) within ten (10) working days of receipt. What is provided will be capture and accounted for.

We humbly request donor to email us copy of the donation made (voucher, inventory etc) for verification.

Prospective Countries

07

Prospective Projects

12

Volunteers

45

Intended Direct Beneficiaries

15000

Direct Beneficiaries

230

Agreegated Revenue (Extraordinary Income)

114,419 SLE​​


Ways to Donate

1. Support A Project

a) Empowering Low-Income Women Earners:-Pro-poor micro-finance for four thousand five hundred (4500) direct women beneficiaries with eighteen thousand (18000) indirect beneficiaries for a project duration of eighteen (18) months

b) Girl's Link Initiative: contributing to the reduction of gender-based violence of teenage girls through sport and the provision of water tanks.  Two hundred fifty six (256) direct beneficiaries with one thousand and twenty four (1024) indirect beneficiaries including parent and guardian.

c) Illiterate Women Prestigious Award:  This event is to appreciate and recognise 50 illiterate women across the country that has contribute to their home, community and country inclusive institutions that support their growth.


2. Support An Events

In comformity with the United Nations and Africa Union recognise international days/events for reflectiona, raise awareness and call to action; We join the world to observe and commemorate those events such as  Sixteen Days of Activism Against Gender Base Violence; World AIDS Day; International Identity Day; International Women's Day; Human Rights Day; Zero Tolerance Against FGM; Mental Health Day; World Cancer Day; International Day of the Girl Child; International Disability Day; International Corruption Day etc that links with our programme


Our ascribe events are open to partnership, sponsorship and funding


3. Support An Illiterate Family/Children

With food stuffs, condiments, educational materials, shoes, bags, lunch, housing, medical and clothings.

4. Support With Equipment & Tool

With office equipment, sport kits, agricultural tools, mobility, digital equipment, disability assistive device, communication etc to support and enhance out work and productivity.


How to Donate


1. Bank Transfer


2. Paypal, Visa/Debit Card


3. Equipment or Tool Shipments


4. Mobile Money Tranfers


Bank Account Details for Donations

Banker: Rokel Commercial Bank Sierra Leone

Account Name: Network AID

Account #: 002001002101205227

Swift Code: RCBKSLFR

Banker: United Bank of Africa Sierra Leone

Account Name: Network AID

Account #: 540110110001307

Swift Code: UNAFSLFRXXX

IBAN: 010401101100013039



Banker: EcoBank Sierra Leone

Account Name: EcoBank

Account #: 6364009686

Swift Code: ECOCSLFR

Server IP: 10.70.0.254

Network AID advocates for a healthy, safe, inclusive, and corrupt-free society where the right of women and girls, youths, persons with disabilities and deprived children are recognized, respected, and identity protected.