07.6.2017

Donations

Become a monthly donor

Monthly donations enable supporting migrants in a planned and equal fashion, and secure our long-term work to defend their rights. You can freely choose the amount of the monthly donation and set it as a monthly transaction in your netbank. Even small donations are gratefully received.

Make a single donation

With a single donation you can support the work of the association with any sum you wish. You can also direct the incomes of for example a birthday fundraising to the association. In this case, please contact us in beforehand in order to agree how to proceed: vapaaliikkuvuus[at]gmail.com.

The easiest way to donate is through a money transaction to the account of the association. Please use the index number.

* Account number: Aktia FI03 4055 0010 7993 16

* Index number: 33019

Donations by will

You can designate a part of your assets to be passed on to Vapaa Liikkuvuus ry (Free Movement). We are thankful to receive any cash donations, small or large. However, we cannot accept estates or other types of donations that involve tax duties. Donations by will be directed to general support for migrants, action taken for freedom of movement, or a target of your choice. If you want to designate your donation to a specific target, please contact us when you are drawing up your testament. That way, we can make sure that your donation will be used according to your wishes.

How to draw up a testament?

A testament is a document determining to whom and how you want your property to be distributed after you die. If you have not drawn up a testament, your property will be distributed according to the order of succession or, if you do not have any direct descendants, your property will be abandoned to the state. If you have direct descendants, they are always entitled to a lawful share. It means that, regardless of a testament, they are entitled to half of the value of the share they would have inherited without the testament. By drawing up a testament, you can decide what happens to your assets after your death.

You can draw up a valid testament by yourself. The testament needs to include the date of signing, and you need two qualified witnesses to simultaneously attest to you signing the document. However, to ensure that the testament is legally binding and fulfills all the formal requirements, it is advisable to consult a lawyer. Legal affairs offices and law offices can help you with drawing up a testament.