FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

How to donate on our site ?

AT the moment we currently only accept donations through PayPal and Stripe.

How to became a volounteer ?

Review the list of current intern and volunteer opportunities on Volunteers Page. Then, fill out our volunteer application form. In addition, you are welcome to email your cover letter and resume to volunteerteam@TradeInAfrika.org with the name of the position to which you are applying in the subject line. You will receive a confirmation email and will be contacted if you are selected as a candidate.

How does the money get to the project?

Every month, we compile the funds a project has raised for a particular country and send them to an organization that has agreed to work on behalf of TradeInAfrika.org—typically by wire transfer.

Can I donate anonymously?

Of course! We understand your desire for privacy and take it very seriously. During the check-out process, you may select to make your donation anonymously. TradeInAfrika.org will still ask for your name, billing address, and email for tax purposes, but we won't share any of this information with the project to which you have donated. However you will still receive thank you emails and project reports if you request them.

Is there any way to keep track of my donations?

Yep! When you give through TradeInAfrika.org, we'll you ask to share a few pieces of information with us, like your name and email address, so we can create a profile for you. This profile will allow you to keep track of your giving history and access project updates. Additionally, we'll send you a receipt for every donation you make to TradeInAfrika.org.

Is there a minimum donation?

The minimum donation on the site is $10 USD, £5 GBP, €5 euros (EUR)

MOST FREQUENT ASKED QUESTIONS

Can I donate goods to a project instead of money?

Unfortunately, TradeInAfrika.org does not facilitate the donation of material goods at this moment.

In which state do you work most in Africa ?

We are currently in the process of having representatives in all 55 African countries. We also especially support key initiatives in Ghana, Nigeria, Togo and Cote d'Ivoire. Our work is here guided by our Strategic Plan and by the level of resources available to undertake our programmes.

Can I sponsor a child, buy a goat, or lend my support in some other way?

Trade In Afrika .org is not involved in child sponsorship.However, we do have a range of popular 'virtual donation gifts’ including seed pots, livestock and forestry available to buy, and provide purchasers with cool certificates with each purchase.

I forgot my password. How do I find it?

For security reasons, we are unable to access your password, but it's very easy for you to reset it yourself. Click the link in the top right hand corner of our site that says ``Login.`` When you do, enter your email address and click ``Forgot your password?`` Our system will then send you an email with a link that will allow you choose a new password for your account. The link in the email is only valid for 24 hours.

Do you have job or employment opportunities?

We're always looking for volunteers! We offer a huge range of roles across the organisation and all the 55 African counties. All new job openings are listed on our Careers page. At Trade In Afrika .org we value each other, listen and respond to people’s concerns and work together to achieve our vision.

What is TradeInAfrika.org's own privacy policy?

When you make a contribution towards a cause on TradeInAfrika.org, your name, billing address, email address, and credit card information are collected by one of our third-party credit card vendors (Stripe or PayPal).While we encourage donors to share their name and address with the project leader in order to foster long-term relationships, donors may prefer to remain anonymous. In that case, TradeInAfrika.org promises to maintain your complete privacy. If you have additional questions, please refer to our complete privacy policy.

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