Donate

 

Feed the dog! Bloodhound needs voluntary contributions to continue its research. The three founding members gave nearly 1500 hours of their free time to produce The Scorched Earth of Darfur, and Director Phil Clarke has so far (January 2018) given over 21 months / 3,600 hours of his time on a pro-bono basis to the Oil in Sudan (Lundin) campaign, 1 month / 172 hours to the Oil in Puntland campaign, plus a further 77 months / 13,250 hours on another project that requires additional funding to be completed.

 

Unsolicited/spontaneous and unearmarked donations are always welcome. Your help is needed for Bloodhound to carry on and to become more effective – if you want to support our projects, please give a donation.

 

Due to the sensitive nature of Bloodhound's work that involves investigating breaches of criminal law or financial regulations by powerful interests, it is not able to proactively seek funds from foundations etc. that require detailed prior knowledge of projects before committing to making a donation, as this knowledge could be misused in certain jurisdictions to falsely infer malicious intent.

 

Donations can be made by direct transfer to our Danish bank account.

For donations in Danish Krone DKK:
Merkur Bank
Postboks 402
Vesterbrogade 40
1620 Copenhagen V
DENMARK

Account name: Bloodhound
Registration number: 8401
Account number: 1072398

Please include your name, address and invoice number as relevant.

For donations in Euros EUR:
Merkur Bank
Bispensgade 16
DK-9100 Ålborg
Denmark

Account name: Bloodhound
IBAN: DK9184010001072398
SWIFT: MEKUDK21

Please include your name, address and invoice number as relevant.

For donations in other currencies, e.g. US$ and UK£:
Merkur Bank
Bispensgade 16
DK-9100 Ålborg
Denmark

via intermediary bank

Arbejdernes Landsbank
Vesterbrogade 5
DK-1502 Copenhagen V
Denmark

Account name: Bloodhound
IBAN: DK9184010001072398
SWIFT: MEKUDK21 via intermediary bank SWIFT: ALBADKKK

Please include your name, address and invoice number as relevant.

Merkur is an ethical bank committed to social justice within a sustainable economy. It is organised as a co-operative and is primarily owned by its members.

Accounts

Bloodhound did not received any direct income until 2010, so accounts for the years 2006 to 2009 show zero financial movements and balances. See Annual Reports to the top right for subsequent Financial Movements and Balance Sheets (presented for each year in five-yearly reports 2009-2013 and 2014-2018).

Detailed accounts are available on request.

 

Tax Rebates

Bloodhound is registered as an association in Denmark, and therefore falls under Danish law. This stipulates that donations to non-profit organisations can only be tax deductible when that organisation either has a capital of 200,000 DKK, or has at least 1500 paid members. As Bloodhound is not yet able to meet either criterion, donations to Bloodhound are regrettably not tax-deductible for the foreseeable future.