Make your contribution to an inclusive Europe by supporting CEJI: your donation will help us to build bridges across communities in Europe, to confront antisemitism and bigotry in all its forms, to prevent the escalation of hate speech and hate crime and to continue developing cutting-edge educational programmes.

By donating to CEJI, you support

  • Anti-bias trainings with an award-winning pedagogical approach
  • Hate crime monitoring courses for law enforcement and civil society
  • An innovative e-learning platform to monitor and counter-act online hate speech
  • Advocacy that promotes positive measures in response to negative forces

…and many more projects and partnerships all aiming to create an inclusive and democratic Europe where people enjoy their full potential with all their diversity.

Donate now by choosing one of the simple methods described below

Your donation is tax deductible through our Friends of CEJI account at the King Baudouin Foundation for contributions coming from Belgium, France, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Germany and the United States, using the following instructions.


  • Tax deductibility is available only through the Fondation Roi Baudouin
    Rue Brederode 21, 1000 Bruxelles.
    IBAN: BE10 0000 0000 0404
    With the structured communication: 014/2460/00077
  • Not tax deductible, a direct transfer can be made to the CEJI bank account:   
    IBAN: BE90 0689 4891 2723    

OUTSIDE OF BELGIUM: Donate through the links below through the FRIENDS OF CEJI account, which offers tax deductibility for the following countries:

You can also use PayPal, but please note that contributions made this way are not tax deductible. Use the PayPal ‘Donate’ button below to submit a donation via credit card or your PayPal account:

What others say about our work

“I have personally advocated CEJI’s work but have also seen it adopted by the EU Commission, Council of Europe and the OSCE amongst others. I find them to be an extremely effective and motivated organisation who provide leadership and consistently deliver on their commitments. I consider CEJI to be amongst the most effective civil society organisations.” Paul Giannasi, Head of UK Cross Government Hate Crime Programme, UK Ministry of Justice

“CEJI has been a valuable civil society partner for the European Parliament Anti-Racism and Diversity Intergroup in fighting discrimination in the EU. Through its training and awareness raising campaigns, CEJI has been at the forefront of combatting not only antisemitism but other forms of discrimination” Alfiaz Vaiya, ARDI Co-ordinator