Ways to Give

Credit / Debit and PayPal

Go to this link to make a secure online donation right now.

Bank Transfer / SEPA

New! We are now able to accept donations in Euros through Single European Payment Area (SEPA) transfer, and British Pounds through BACS transfer.

Please remember that donations are deductible for U.S. income tax purposes only.

If your bank requests our physical address, it is 331 E. Evelyn Ave, Mountain View, CA 94041 USA.


Account Currency: Euro (EUR)
Receiving Bank (Pay to): Standard Chartered Bank
City & Country/Region: Frankfurt, Germany
Beneficiary Name (For credit to): SVB-Mozilla Foundation
IBAN: DE67512305000500136802

British Pound Sterling:

Account Currency: British Pound Sterling (GBP)
Receiving Bank (Pay to): National Westminster Bank
City & Country/Region: London, United Kingdom
Bank Sort Code: 60-00-04
Account Number (8 digits): 10017496
Beneficiary Name (For credit to): SVB RE Mozilla Foundation

IBAN: GB77NWBK60000410017496

US Dollars:

Receiving Bank (Pay to): Silicon Valley Bank
Address: 3003 Tasman Drive, Santa Clara, CA 94054 USA

Domestic Transfers:

Routing & Transit (ABA): 121140399
Beneficiary Name (For credit to): Mozilla Foundation
Account Number: 3302412870

International Wire Transfers (except EUR or GBP Transfers):

Routing & Transit (ABA): 121140399
Beneficiary Name (For credit to): Mozilla Foundation
Account Number: 3302412870

All other currencies

If you would like to know the IBAN to donate in other currencies, please email donate@mozilla.org.

Cheque (via postal service)

Please send a cheque with a separate note including your email address, and payable (payee) to “Mozilla Foundation”

Mozilla Foundation
PO Box 98223
Washington DC 20090-8223


Select your currency to make a secure online donation:


The Mozilla Foundation is a California non-profit corporation exempt from United States federal income taxation under IRC 501(c)(3) and a public charity classified under IRC sections 170(b)(1)(A) and 509(a)(1). Bitcoin donations Mozilla receives are considered charitable contributions under U.S. federal tax laws, to be used in its discretion for its charitable purposes. Because the IRS has indicated that it will treat bitcoin as property for U.S. tax purposes (see IRS Notice 2014-21), donations of bitcoin may be subject to special rules as to the amount of your charitable deduction, the documentation that must be provided to claim a tax deduction, or other matters.

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