Partner With Us
There are several ways you can partner with us in this great adventure!
Next, you might consider visiting Bolivia or taking on a particular project in Bolivia or in the United States. We have opportunities for individuals, churches and foundations. We currently have links with ministries in missionary aviation, child care and training, leadership development, various economic development projects, an international church, a women's prison ministry and a few medical clinics. We can use your skills! In the US we are specifically looking for help with our online store, so if you have PHP and HTML skills, please let us know!
Finally, you can partner with us financially. Your gifts help us to continue the work of Viva Bolivia. Please send contributions to:
Please make checks payable to "Viva Bolivia."
You can make donations online using our PayPal donation service. This service allows you to make a donation using your credit card or your checking account. Click the following link to make a secure online donation:
If you prefer you can make donations through the Network for Good. Just click here and then click on the Donate button on our badge and follow the instructions.
We would like to thank you personally, so unless you mark your donation as "anonymous," you will be hearing from us. Please feel free to call us (206) 347-7054 if you have any questions about your donations. Or, write us with any questions, concerns or "good news."
Viva Bolivia is a 501(c)(3) public charity, so your contributions may be tax-deductible. You can view our advanced ruling determination letter (February 2004) and our final ruling letter (March 2008) from the IRS by clicking on the links. We are also a Washington State nonprofit corporation and are a registered charity with Washington State. You can check us out on the Secretary of State's Web site at the following link: http://www.secstate.wa.gov/charities/search.aspx
However you decide to partner with us, thank you!
Viva Bolivia exists to support and encourage positive
leadership and sustainable development within Bolivia.
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