For centuries, the Veneranda Fabbrica has overseen the design, conservation and development of the Cathedral of Milan and the Cathedral Museum, but due to cuts to cultural heritage funding, we need everyone’s help to save this extraordinary and incredibly precious monument.
Your donation can be made by:
- Bank transfer: Payable to Veneranda Fabbrica del Duomo di Milano Banca Intesa SanPaolo spa – IBAN: IT73N0306901629100000064454 DESCRIPTION: Restauri Duomo di Milano
- Postal account: no. 00332205 payable to Veneranda Fabbrica del Duomo di Milano
- Non-transferable cheque made out to Veneranda Fabbrica del Duomo di Milano
- Cash for sums below € 3,000.00
- Credit card or PayPal
On request a certificate will be issued for donations from €50.00. The request can be made by telephone on 800 528477 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org specifying the name and any dedication.
Tax deductibility of donations
Donations, directed to the activities of the Organization, are deductible from the gross tax for 19% of the endowment, up to € 2,065.83 (Article 15, paragraph 1, letter i-bis of D.P.R no. 917/1986).
Donations, directed to the activities of the Organization, are deductible up to 10% of business income and up to € 70,000 (Article 14 dl 35/05 converted into Law 80/05); otherwise they are tax-deductible up to 2% of the total income stated (Article 10, paragraph 1, letter g of D.P.R 917/1986). Article 14, d.l. 35/2005 paragraph 1, lists the only subjects that can receive deductible donations.
DONATIONS FROM NATIONS* CONFORMING TO TGE NEWTWORK
In Europe, donations in favor of Get your Spire project, given by residents of Nations conforming to TGE - Transnational Giving Europe – network, can benefit from tax breaks provided by their own country of residence. It is necessary to donate by the Italian partner foundation Vita Giving Europe Onlus (IBAN: IT08J0335901600100000007266; Banca Prossima - Piazza Paolo Ferrari n.10 - 20121 Milano)
*Belgium, Bulgaria, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Luxemburg, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland and United Kingdom.