Donate/International Bank Transfers

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You can donate either by making a payment to our bank accounts below (EUR, USD, GBP) or to our PayPal account.

For donations to our PayPal account we are charged a flat fee of £0.20 plus 3.4% of the amount of the donation. In many cases, it will be cheaper to make a payment directly to our bank account.

Sometimes international money transfers will require more details of the recipient. In case you need this:

OpenStreetMap Foundation
St John's Innovation Centre
Cowley Road
Cambridge
CB4 0WS
United Kingdom
Registration No. 05912761.

EUR

Reference: Donation [your name or OSM username*] [STO - if you are setting up a standing order]
Account holder: Openstreetmap Foundation
IBAN: BE16 9670 5375 8574
Bank code (SWIFT / BIC): TRWIBEB1XXX
Bank Address:
TransferWise Europe SA
Avenue Marnix 13-17
Brussels
1000
Belgium

USD

Reference: Donation [your name or OSM username*] [STO - if you are setting up a standing order]
Account holder: Openstreetmap Foundation
Account number: 8310589436
Wire transfer number: 026073008
Bank code (SWIFT / BIC): CMFGUS33
Routing number (ACH or ABA): 026073150
Bank Address:
TransferWise
19 W 24th Street
New York
10010
United States

GBP

Only if you have a UK bank account, the account details are:

Reference: Donation [your name or OSM username*] [STO - if you are setting up a standing order]
Account holder: Openstreetmap Foundation
Account number: 66624865 (to receive GBP from UK only)
UK sort code: 23-14-70
Bank Address:
TransferWise
56 Shoreditch High Street
London
E1 6JJ
United Kingdom

Transfers can only be made from UK bank accounts. Transfers from elsewhere will be returned (we've tried).


* We understand that the reference field might not have enough space - in this case we leave it to your judgement on whether it is more informative to use part of your full name or (part of) your OSM username. We also would appreciate if Latin characters are used - of course this is not a requirement.