New Paypal address : Donate@Hapihumanist.org (is in pesos)

Posted by Marissa Langseth | Posted on August 7, 2016

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Our new paypal address is : DONATE@HAPIHUMANIST.org

It is based in the Philippines for easy access of the Philippine staff for our monthly and episodic events.

Please be careful, the new HAPI paypal is in PESOS only,  with equivalent rate of 45 pesos for one USD.

You may click the yellow DONATE button on the right side of this article.

 

For those without paypal account :

We have  established a HAPI BANK for you:

Account number: 6083-3810-41

BPI  Family Savings Bank
Account Name: Humanist Alliance Philippines International, Inc.
 For Local Bank Transactions :
1.1. No Service charge transferring from other Banks
1.2. Cash and Cheque deposits should be with the same BPI Family Savings Bank.
International Service charge :
150Php plus Documentary Stamp of .30cents for every 200Php
Swift Code : BOPIPHMM
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