Donating to Server Costs
Aktivix, Tachanka! and Network23, who provide many of the services featured on this site are all run by volunteers. However we have to cover the costs of running web services (server hire, electricity, bandwidth, replacing & upgrading hardware). This costs at least £300 every every month. If you use our services, or just want to support the work we do, please consider making a donation.
You can make one-off payments or set up a regular standing order using these details:
Bank: The Co-operative Bank
Account no: 65322561
Sort code: 08-92-99
IBAN: GB36 CPBK 0892 9965 3225 61
BIC: CPBK GB22
Friends in North or South America may prefer to donate directly to Mayfirst (one of the groups we collaborate with internationally). If you do this, please follow the instructions on their website and also send us an email at aktivix-request AT lists DOT aktivix DOT org; this money gets credited directly against our hosting account.
We are so busy keeping the services up and running that we sometimes forget to send you a 'thank you for your donation' message, although we do try wherever possible. However, please rest assured that we appreciate any sized donation that you make.
[Photo: by artbird309 used under the CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 license.]
Donating to Outreach, Resources and Gatherings Costs
You can make a donation to support the outreach work that we do which includes the costs of printing, putting on stalls and organising gatherings. The best way to do that is to make a donation to the HacktionLab project. HacktionLab is a self-funded projects. We do manage to make a small amount from the summer BarnCamp event, but welcome donations.
You can make a donation by paying into our (horrible corporate state-run) bank account:
- account: HacktionLab
- bank : Lloyds TSB Bank (we are planning to move to a more ethical bank soon)
- account number: 41025960
- sort code : 30-96-35
If you have seen a copy of our booklet Tech tools for activism and found it to be useful, or are wishing to order a bulk load for your collective, or for local distribution, we suggest a one pound donation per copy.