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How can you support WEB.foundation?

Your donations allow us to design more games and animated films. Your money goes towards developing scenarios, photography, design, printing and distribution. The WEB.foundation works on a project basis; it does not receive any structural funding, but depends on subsidies, donations and gifts.
Please, make your donation to :
IBAN: NL71INGB0009314137
in the name of WEB.foundation, Amsterdam
quoting Donation

Public Benefit Organization
The Dutch Tax and Customs Administration has granted WEB.foundation the status of a Public Benefit Organization (ANBI). Donations to the foundation are tax-deductible providing certain conditions are met. If you would like to make a gift through your will or living trust, any notary office will be able to provide you with the necessary information.

ANBI conditions 2014

Orders

The Story of Bobo - a cd-rom with the animations Be HIV free and Be AWARE, take CARE.
Available in English and in French.
Please, send an e-mail with your order to info@webfoundation.nl.
We will send you an invoice and after receiving your transfer, we will post you the cd-rom.
Price per cd-rom € 7,50 excl. postage.

LOVE.check (South Africa).
Please, send an e-mail with your order to info@webfoundation.nl.
We will send you an invoice and after receiving your transfer, we will post you the game.
Price per game €15,00 excl. postage.
Other games are no longer available

Supporters of WEB.foundation
The organizations below have generously supported WEB.foundation by donating money or services over the years.

Play for your life is quite different than play for fun, like we do in Holland. All over the world children should be able to be children, instead of taking care of one's dying mother. But how is it possible to be a child in a country where so many loved ones die.
An eleven year old girl from Zambia writes: "AIDS, why are you claiming our beloved ones?"
I for one support wholeheartedly a game that teaches children to protect themselves so that they don't become infected and therefore will have a future.


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