Support UNICEF and the most vulnerable children in Bulgaria and around the world

Across 190 countries and territories, we work for every child, everywhere, every day, to build a better world for everyone. And we never give up.

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Donate through the following channels:

Bank transfer



UNICEF Bulgaria’s bank details:
Account holder: UNICEF Bulgaria 
Address: 87 Al. Dondukov Blvd., fl.2 Sofia 1054, Bulgaria 

Bank: Piraeus Bank Bulgaria
IBAN: BG73PIRB74021604291401
BIC: PIRBBGSF 
Currency: Bulgarian Leva BGN (1 EUR = 1.956 BGN)
Bank: Raiffesien Bank Bulgaria 
IBAN: BG34 RZBB 9155 1065 0349 19 
BIC: RZBBBGSF 
Currency: Bulgarian Leva BGN (1 EUR = 1.956 BGN)
You could support UNICEF Bulgaria with monthly donations via direct debit or standing order. 
For further information on your donation and tax deductions, please conact Petya Petkova, e-mail: ppetkova@unicef.org 02/ 9696 204.

SMS



You could donate monthly 10 BGN by sending SMS 2X5 to short number 1021. 
Send SMS with text 2 or 5 to 1021 and start giving 2 or 5 BGN monthly to UNICEF.
The service is accessible for the customers of all mobile operators in Bulgaria. The donation is free of VAT and taxes for the customers of all mobile operators in Bulgaria. You could cancel your monthly donations by sending SMS with symbol S to 1021.
 

EasyPay


You could make a cash donation to UNICEF Bulgaria free of charge in the offices of EasyPay. This payment option is available only at EasyPay cashier desks in Bulgaria.
View a full list and addresses of EasyPay offices HERE.

Affinity Card


Give regularly with a special Charity Card by Piraeus Bank.
With every transaction with your Charity card you donate 0,10 BGN to UNICEF. Piraeus Bank makes additional donation of 0,20 BGN.
Find out more on www.daritelskakarta.info
 

Regular donations through salary 


You can support UNICEF in the long run by enrolling in a 4-step payroll donation:
1. Download and fill in Consent for monthly donations through salary.
2. Provide a printed and signed agreement by your employer. Inform him that you wish to donate a monthly sum’ deducted from your salary to a UNICEF donation account.
3. Scan and send the signed agreement by e-mail: ppetkova@unicef.org or by post to: Petya Petkova, Individual Giving Officer, Sofia, 87, Dondukov Blvd., 2nd floor.
4. Starting from the next calendar month after enrollment, your employer will transfer the chosen donation amount from your monthly salary to UNICEF.

Donation via АТМ


B-pay service enables you to donate to UNICEF by credit or debit card issued by Bulgarian or international banks. About 80% of ATMs in Bulgaria offer this service
How to pay through B-pay:
•  Choose from the ATM's main menu: other services > B-Pay. 
•  When the screen shows, the client enters the entity's B-Pay code. Enter the following code for UNICEF: 15005 
•  Enter the amount of money you would like to donate. 
•  Enter UNICEF's BULSTAT number: 131564758 
•  Confirm payment by entering the PIN code of your card.

Tax deductions 

Natural persons can bear in mind that UNICEF is on the list of entities pursuant to Article 22 (1) (1), letter "о" of the Natural Persons’ Income Tax Act, donations to whom are deducted from the tax base of the person to the amount of 5 %. It has to be taken into account that pursuant to Article 22 (2) of the Natural Persons’ Income Tax Act the total amount of the tax break for donations cannot exceed 65 % of the amount of annual tax bases.

Corporate Income Tax Act 

Article 31, item 18. (Last Amendment - SG No. 99/2011, in force as of 01.01.2012) (1) The accounting expenses on donations to a total amount of up to 10 per cent of the positive accounting financial result (accounting profit) shall be recognized for tax purposes where the expenses on donations are incurred in favour of New – SG No. 106/2008, in force as of 01.01.2009) United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF). The aggregate amount of the expenses on donations recognized for tax purposes under Paragraphs (1) to (4) may not exceed 65 per cent of the accounting profit.