If our mission appeals to you, please make a donation and become a benefactor of the Fundação Gonçalo da Silveira.

There are several ways in which you can make a donation, either on a regular or an occasional basis. Please pick one of the following options:

It is now possible to make a transfer to the FGS using MBWay:


Add the number 912 001 640 and the name “FGS” to your list of contacts

* Open the app and click “Send contribution”

*Select “FGS”

*Enter the amount, your name, taxpayer number and email in the description;

* Click “continue” and then “send contribution”.

To obtain your receipt, go to the “Activity” tab, select the donation you made, click “Get receipt”. Then forward it from your email to the email of the FGS:: geral@fgs.org.pt

Montepio: IBAN PT50 0036 000099105887921 63

Millennium BCP: IBAN PT50 0033 000045270952742 05

A convenient method, which you can cancel at any time.

Just fill the attached authorization form and mail it to us.

Choose the amount and frequency of your donation. Your bank will then process your donation, with no need for you to handle cheques or organize transfers. No hassle, no forgetting!

By Portuguese law, all donations to the Fundação Gonçalo da Silveira may be tax deductible. In the case of single persons, the donation is deductible on the personal income statement, according to art. 63 of the Tax Benefit Statute (EBF). In the case of companies or corporations, the donation is entered as a cost under paragraph e) of art. 63 of article 62 of the Tax Benefit Statute (EBF).

Should you require a receipt for tax purposes, please send an email to comunicacao@fgs.org.pt with the following details: proof of the donation, name, address and taxpayer number. To comply with tax procedures, the FGS issues receipts until the 27th February of the year subsequent to when the donation was made, so please be sure to send us a reminder requesting yours well before this date.

Donations to the FGS will be used in projects aiming to support the most disadvantaged communities in the fields of communications and rural development, and within Portuguese society in general, to inform and raise awareness to the need for a greater commitment to equality and social justice.