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How can I donate to Noisebridge?

You can donate to Noisebridge in any number of ways.

  • You can donate with a credit card or Paypal to our Paypal account, the email is noisebridge23@gmail.com or if you're lazy just press the donate button for instant gratification!

Credit Card and Paypal Donations
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Noisebridge
83C Wiese St.
San Francisco, CA 94114
  • You can also give cash to a board member at the space.
  • You can do a direct bank transfer to the Noisebridge bank account (at Wells Fargo Bank). To get the bank transfer info, please email:
treasurer@noisebridge.net

Are donations to Noisebridge tax deductible?

Noisebridge is an educational non-profit CA corporation for the public good, and we recently received 501(c)(3) tax exempt status. All donations to Noisebridge since October 2008 are tax deductible. (However, dues are not deductible due to IRS rules.) Please contact secretary@noisebridge.net and treasurer@noisebridge.net should you require documentation of your donation.

How can I pay my membership dues?

You can pay your monthly membership dues in any number of ways.

  • We accept dues payments to our PayPal account:

noisebridge23@gmail.com
With a PayPal account you can pay from your bank account or from your credit card.

Noisebridge
83C Wiese St.
San Francisco, CA 94103
  • Most banks will allow automatic monthly payments.
  • You can also give cash to a board member at the space; please use an envelope labelled with your name, the amount, and "December Dues" (or whatever's appropriate).
  • You can do a direct bank transfer to the Noisebridge bank account (at Wells Fargo Bank). If you are a Wells Fargo customer, you can do this on-line with no fee from within Wells Fargo On-line; if you aren't a Wells Fargo customer, your bank may charge you a fee to send a wire transfer. To get the bank transfer info, please email:

treasurer AT noisebridge DOT net

Are membership dues tax deductible?

No, but donations (in excess of dues) are as of October 2008!

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