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Wikimedia Foundation is a non-profit charity (tax ID number 20-0049703) established in the United States under the US IRS Code Section 501(c)(3), and, for that reason, donations from persons or entities located in the United States may benefit from tax deductible status.
Dutch tax authorities have confirmed that, under Dutch law, the Wikimedia Foundation qualifies as a "public welfare institution" (in Dutch, “algemeen nut beogende instelling” or “ANBI”). This classification means that, if you are a Dutch resident, any donations made to the Wikimedia Foundation are deductible from your income tax subject to the normal tax rules on the donations deduction under Dutch tax legislation. Importantly, the Wikimedia Foundation does not seek donations from persons or entities located in any jurisdiction that prohibits or restricts fundraising activities by international charities or applies gift taxes on donations made to such international charities. The Wikimedia Foundation is a non-profit charity established in the United States under the U.S. IRS Code Section 501(c)(3).
Summary of Foundation Information
Name of Organization:
- Wikimedia Foundation, Inc.
Mailing Address & Visitor Address:
- Wikimedia Foundation, Inc.: 149 New Montgomery Street, 6th floor, San Francisco, California 94105 USA
- +1 415-839-6885
Questions related to Wikipedia or other Wikimedia projects:
- firstname.lastname@example.org - Please note that emails sent to email@example.com are reviewed and responded to by volunteers from the Wikimedia user community. Please understand that the Wikimedia Foundation cannot guarantee confidential treatment of any sensitive information you include in your message.
Questions related to donations:
Press and media contacts:
- visit our press room
Other questions for or about the Wikimedia Foundation:
Goals of organization:
Main activities & themes from WMF's current management plan:
Human resource policy:
- WMF does not give bonuses.
- Non-discrimination policy
- Pluralism,internationalism, and diversity policy
- Compensation practices
Name of Managers:
- Please see the staff and contractors page
UK taxpayers may donate online via the UK Fund for Charities here in order to make a tax deductible donation that qualifies for Gift Aid. All others may donate directly to the Wikimedia Foundation here.
Because of the Wikimedia Foundation's 501(c)3 status in the United States, Canada's tax code will generally permit deductibility of donations to the WMF from the donor's US taxable income only. A useful reference may be Article XXI, Paragraph 6 of the US-Canada tax treaty. Please contact a tax professional for the details of deducting such a donation.
Wikimedia Foundation is a non-profit charity established in the United States under the US IRS Code Section 501(c)(3), and, for that reason, donations from persons or entities located in the United States may benefit from tax deductible status. Donations from persons or entities located outside the United States may not be eligible for tax deductions in the United States and elsewhere; in such cases, donors should seek local tax advice. Importantly, Wikimedia does not seek donations from persons or entities located in any jurisdiction that prohibits or restricts fundraising activities by international charities such as Wikimedia or applies gift taxes on donations made to such international charities.