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Contributing Financially to the Work of CPTI

As an international organization, CPTI has expenditure in three of the world's major currencies, and we can make direct use of donations in British pounds (£ or GBP), Euros (€ or EUR) and U.S. dollars ($ or USD). If your home currency is one of these three, please click your home currency's tab below. If your currency is not one of these three, please click the "Other Currencies" tab.

  • British Pound (£ or GBP)
  • Euro (€ or EUR)
  • U.S. Dollar ($ or USD)
  • Other Currencies

Contributing in British Pounds

Bank or Internet Transfer Within the U.K.

Use Sort Code 08-92-99, Account Number 69171646. Please start the reference with "CPTI."

Once the stringent requirements of English banking law have been satisfied, these details will be replaced with CPTI's own bank account details.

Roy Prockter is a Chartered Global Management Accountant in Public Practice in the U.K., and is regulated by the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants to hold funds on behalf of clients, including, for this purpose, CPTI.

Sending a Cheque

Please send any cheques in British pounds (£ or GBP) only, made payable to "Roy Prockter Client Account," to our office in the United Kingdom:

Conscience and Peace Tax International
1 Oak Close
Thorpe-le-Soken
Clacton-on-Sea, CO16 0HU
United Kingdom

Using PayPal®

An easy way to contribute money to CPTI is to use PayPal®, which makes it possible to make a contribution with either a credit or debit card or a PayPal® account if you have one. (NOTE: Having a PayPal® account is not necessary for making a credit or debit card payment.)

Contributing in Euros

Making a SEPA Bank Transfer (No Cheques Please)

Send your payment by bank transfer to CPTI in England. By using the SEPA facility (Single European Payment Area, which includes all 27 countries of the European Union plus Norway, Iceland, Switzerland, and Liechtenstein), the cost is the same as for a transfer made within the boundaries of your own country (usually €0.00). SEPA is CPTI's preferred method of receiving donations.

Fill out the SEPA form with your own International Bank Account Number (IBAN)—to be found on your bank statements or at your bank—as well as CPTI's address, IBAN, and Bank Identification Code (BIC), which are shown below. The amount of the donation needs to be written in euros (€), no matter what your nation's currency is.

Conscience and Peace Tax International
1 Oak Close
Thorpe-le-Soken
Clacton-on-Sea, CO16 0HU
United Kingdom

IBAN: GB08 CPBK 0802 1168 0210 18
BIC: CPBKGB220FS
 

CPTI's bank (for an interim period):
Co-operative Bank plc
Account Name : Roy Prockter Client Account
9 Prescot Street
LONDON E1 8BE
United Kingdom
 

Using PayPal®

Euro donations can also be made by using PayPal®, which makes it possible to make a contribution with either a credit or debit card or a PayPal® account if you have one. (NOTE: Having a PayPal® account is not necessary for making a credit or debit card payment.)

Contributing in U.S. Dollars

Using PayPal®

The easiest way to contribute money to CPTI in U.S. dollars is to use PayPal®, which makes it possible to make a contribution with either a credit or debit card or a PayPal® account if you have one. (NOTE: Having a PayPal® account is not necessary for making a credit or debit card payment.)

We currently are unable to accept checks in U.S. dollars.

Contributing in Other Currencies

How Many Pounds (£)?

Use one of these currency converters to calculate how many pounds you would like to donate:

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Using PayPal®

An easy way to contribute money to CPTI is to use PayPal®, which makes it possible to make a contribution in a number of different currencies with either a credit or debit card or a PayPal® account if you have one. (NOTE: Having a PayPal® account is not necessary for making a credit or debit card payment.) Check the currencies (new window) accepted by PayPal®.

As your currency is not the British pound (£), PayPal® will convert your currency into pounds, but to make a donation, you will need to specify the amount in pounds. The donation will be charged to your credit or debit card account or PayPal® account in your home currency. Refer to "How Many Pounds (£)?" on the right side of this page in order to calculate the amount of your contribution in pounds.