Daraja - The bridge
IBAN: AT60 2032 0321 0008 1648
BIC: ASPKAT2LXXX (Sparkasse OÖ)
Donations to Daraja - The Bridge are tax-deductible! Since 7 November 2013, Daraja is preferential donatee according to § 4a Abs. 2 Z. 3 lit. a to c EstG. Our registration number is SO 2413.
The tax deductibility of donations was redefined on 1 January 2017. Donations will be reported directly from us to the tax office and thus automatically transferred to your (employee) investment. For this we need your first and last name as well as your date of birth.
You have the following options for transmitting your data:
- Filling in the data on the statement of support
- Indication on the transfer form of the donation ( the same applies to online banking)
- By mail to email@example.com
Further information can be found on the BMF website.
If you are interested in active participation in the association, want to help us organize events, or have other ideas to support, please contact us! We are looking forward to you!
Daraja – The Bridge has been offering a recognized internship for FH Oberösterreich and FH St. Pölten since 2010. Every year, up to two student groups complete their research stay in our project in Kenya.
Within the framework of their stay of several weeks, interns get an insight into the daily work of our project partners and get to know the self-help groups. Due to their many years of experience in social work, our employees on-site are expert information providers for the interns. The contents of each internship are adapted to the interests of the individual interns. Interested parties should therefore be willing to work autonomously.
To Daraja - The Bridge, it is a particular concern to deal conscientiously, carefully, and sustainably with the funds received. For this reason, we are always striving to keep administrative and ancillary costs as low as possible in order to be able to pass on as much of every donated euro as possible directly to the project in Emali, Kenya. We are proud that most of our revenue, 90% annually, goes directly to the project in Emali, Kenya. True to our motto: For help to arrive!