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Account Currency: Euro (EUR)
Receiving Bank (Pay to): Standard Chartered Bank
City & Country/Region: Frankfurt, Germany
SWIFT/BIC Code: SCBLDEFX
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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
SWIFT/BIC Code: NWBKGB2L
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UPDATE March 20, 2020: Please note that due to the “shelter in place” order recently implemented for California, processing and acknowledgment of check donations to the Mozilla Foundation will be indefinitely delayed. Rather than sending us a check, please consider making an online donation instead.
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