What is ARI project? ARI stands for Intensive Research Assistance (in Catalan, Assistència Recerca Intensiva). This is a project promoted by Ms. Angela Jover Montal with the aim of promoting fundraising activities and financial resources that will be fully intended to the Hospital Clínic of Barcelona and the Clinic Foundation for Biomedical Research.
Hospital Clinic of Barcelona, with headquarters in the street Villarroel 170 Barcelona and NIF Q0802070C and the Clinic Foundation for Biomedical Research, Rosselló, 149-153 Barcelona and CIF G-59319681-D work with ARI Project so that the financial resources generated under the ARI Project are invested in the improvement of assistance and research of the disease of leukemia.
Please notice that Hospital Clínic de Barcelona legal’s nature is of public healthcare consortium, while the Fundació Clínic per la Recerca Biomèdica is included, with the number 473, on the list of non-profit organizations provided for in Article 16 of Law 49 / 2002 on Taxation of non-profit entities and tax incentives for patronage.
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The ARI Project offers users three different ways of donation. The user can freely choose the method of donation and are thus not covered by the terms of the Legal Notice of this website any other payment by which the user chooses make the donation.
These are the three methods that ARI Project grant available to the user:
- Transfer. ARI project facilitates the bank account number of CaixaBank and other details you may require to carry out a transfer through your bank in the same web. The ARI Project is not responsible for any problems that may arise in the process of donation, since it has no control over this. In order to recognize all donors, the ARI Project asks (and shown in the same web) user indicates his name, ID number and email on the issue of transfer.
- Migranodearena. Through the crowfunding platform www.migranodearena.org. The donation is the amount you want and through the payment options offered by this platform (currently bank and PayPal TPV). The donation can be made anonymously or made public on the website so that it is visible to everyone. The latter allows also writing a message to support the cause. If you want a donation certificate, when provided tax data it is issued immediately.
All donations made by any method of payment envisaged here, will go to the same bank account (IBAN), owned by the Fundació Clínic per la Recerca Biomèdica, who will be the only beneficiary of these funds.
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