Make a donation
Vulnerable people need your support. By making a donation to Avocats Sans Frontières, you are enabling more women, children and victims of torture and sexual violence to have access to justice and assert their rights!
so that four Burundian lawyers can be trained to defend minors in illegal preventive detention.Donate online
so that the most vulnerable people in Nepalese society (lower castes, women and children) can have access to advice from a lawyer in cases of discrimination.Donate online
so that child victims of human trafficking in north eastern Uganda can receive assistance from community resource persons trained by ASF.Donate online
so that a victim of sexual violence in DR Congo can receive judicial assistance before the courts.Donate online
so that a victim of serious human rights violations in Colombia can exercise her right to reparation before the international courts.Donate online
Make your donation...
...make a secure payment with your credit card or via online banking (you will be redirected to the secure platform ikwilhelpen.be).
By donating to ASF's bank account, number 630-0227491-85 (IBAN: BE89 6300 2274 9185 – BIC code: BBRUBEBB), stating 'Donation' and providing your email address.
Support ASF's work on
an on-going basis
By setting up a standing order (minimum €3.50 a month to receive the tax deduction), you register your on-going commitment and enable us to plan our activities in the longer term. You can send the attached form to your bank, or set up a new standing order yourself via your online banking system.Any questions? Please contact us!
Your donations are tax deductible in Belgium. If your donations total €40 in a tax year, you will be able to deduct up to half of your contribution from your next taxable income.
What does ASF do with your money?
ASF devotes 86% of its budget to its programmes on the ground. Currently, most of our financial resources (94%) come from institutional sponsors. It is vital for ASF to have alternative funding sources as well so that it can respond to urgent requests for help, explore new areas of intervention, and ensure its independence. Your support is vital!