In 2012, the Open Society Foundation
has been contributing to La Quadrature du Net's budget through a yearly grant of 60K euros (30% of the budget). The Shuttleworth foundation
has also contributed to La Quadrature's budget through a donation of $5.000 (2% of the budget). All the rest of our funds, approximately 130 k euros, or 65% of the budget, come from individual citizens' contributions. This is a guarantee of independence, but at the same time creates uncertainty regarding the sustainability of our income and of our actions.
La Quadrature is still trying to obtain the tax deductibility for its donators. In a first examination of our request, the French administration has granted us the general interest qualification but denied the scientific, social, educational or cultural aspect of our work. We believe that this decision is not justified and therefore asked for a second examination of our request. In the meantime unfortunately, amounts donated in 2013 will not be tax deductible.
Spread the word about this campaign! By speaking up on social networks, on blogs, or by telling people around you about the importance of La Quadrature's actions, and how they can participate, you can help us. This support is vital, as La Quadrature can only exist through the citizens who share our commitment to the free Internet.
You can also support La Quadrature du Net day after day by getting involved
Financial donations help La Quadrature's work on a day-to-day basis by paying for its full-time activists' salaries, costs and other, but La Quadrature would be nothing without the people who give their time, skills and energy to support its actions.
Please don't hesitate to get in touch
to find a way to contribute that suits you!
Once your donations are complete (with the same email address), the total amount of your donations, along with the gifts you will receive, will be indicated on your personal page.
You can also change the color of your Pi-xel and even make it twinkle!
The accumulation of donated amounts goes from June 2013 onwards..
Yes. To donate by cheque, stop the payment procedure when you are at our bank's website and send your cheque to the following address:
Payable to: La Quadrature du Net
Address: La Quadrature du Net, 19 rue Richard Lenoir, 75011 Paris, France
Important note: Please write down the name you gave us on the back of your cheque, so we can send you your pi decimals or other goodies.
Sure! You need to transfer your donation to La Quadrature's bank account using the following bank account details
International Bank Account Number: IBAN: FR76 1027 8060 3100 0205 1824 514
This number is usually enough to make a wire transfer from anywhere in Europe.
Important note: Please quote the name you gave us as your transfer's comment, so we can send you your pi decimals or other goodies.
Yes! You can support LQDN by donating to the following cryptocurrencies accounts:
For ethical reasons, we do not recommend using PayPal for donations (their actions against WikiLeaks, among others) and because of the overly expensive costs incurred. Nevertheless, if it is your only option, you may use the following account: firstname.lastname@example.org
Yes! If you wish to support La Quadrature via Flattr, you can simply flatter
this page, or any of the site's articles.
Flattr is a great way to support us, but as a Flattr is quite small, please don't hesitate to flatter our articles to your heart's content.
La Quadrature du Net does not sell t-shirts. The only way to support La Quadrature du Net (financially) is to make a donation. Of course, you can also help and support La Quadrature in other ways, by helping out for instance. Selling t-shirts would require a lot of time and effort and would probably mean hiring someone in order to make any substantial profit from it. It would not be worth it. The pi-shirts are but a (small) gift from La Quadrature to show its gratitude and thank its most generous benefactors.
For logistical reasons, t-shirts are sent in batch. This may take a while, sometimes up to a couple months. This waiting period is sometimes long, but we do not forget any shipment.