Donate to MUD Africa
Help us in our work advocating for land rights and women rights.
Your contribution is needed and you have the power to make a difference. Contact us and tell us how you are willing to help. Our activities depend completely on donations, every contribution that you can give is valuable!
MUD Africa uses Swedbank in Sweden. If you are transferring from a Swedish bank please use: BankGiro: 538-8640
MUD Africa is also connected to the Swedish mobile payment system, Swish – donate fast and easy using your phone to: 123 449 58 00
or use PayPal using the donate button below:
More ways at supporting us:
Become a member
Being a member of MUD Africa is one of several ways to contribute to and to support the organisation. Your role as a member will to great extent depend on yourself and on your wish to involve.
As a member you will receive up-to-date information on our activities and take part of current discussions and decisions. You will be invited to join our annual meeting where you have the right to vote for board members and to voice your opinion and you will have the possibility to contribute to the development of our upcoming activities and projects.
As a member you will also have the possibility to join our working groups, that focuses on specific tasks such as project proposals, webpage development or the planning of fundraising activities.
To become a member, you have to pay an annual membership fee of 70 SEK/7€.
Donate down below, if you want to join right away!
Monthly contribution (for Swedish citizens)
Do you want to support us on a monthly basis and have a Swedish bank account? Please fill the form called Monthly contribution down below, and send it to:
448 37 Floda
Let us speak at your venue!
We talk about our projects in schools and at your company, invite ur to speak at YOUR venue!
We invite you to be a member, sponsor and/or monthly contributor!
Also, do you have an old computer laying around? Consider donating it to one of our partners in Malawi!
Your support makes it all worthwhile. Now it’s in our hands.