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What is the Liberland Aid Foundation and how to contribute?

By Nicholas Rodriguez

March, 2020

In response to the devastation sustained by Caribbean island nations during the 2016-2017 Atlantic hurricane seasons Liberlanders began planning how to provide humanitarian assistance to other countries. Bogie Wozniak, Dave Molineaux, Rabbi Altman, Father Philippe Charles, and Steven Melnik started diplomatic negotiations and fundraising efforts for the Caribbean nation of Haiti.

In Feb 2019 Nicholas Rodriguez and a team of Liberlanders from the United States came together and founded the charitable organization that is now known as the Liberland Aid Foundation (LAF) for the purpose of providing Liberland supporters a path to provide humanitarian assistance.

Liberland Aid Foundation is a U.S. registered not for profit organization that received IRS 501(C)(3) status in 2019, thanks to the expertise of Stephen Wood. This allows donations made to the LAF by US citizens and residents to be considered tax deductible contributions by the IRS.

LAF’s mission is to serve as a charitable and educational organization that allows freedom-loving people to channel their generosity into needs-based humanitarian assistance and other benevolent endeavors based on the principles of voluntary action; to promote self-help through education about entrepreneurship and markets.

“We envision a world where trust exists between partner nations, and humanitarian efforts help to alleviate human suffering so that people can live a dignified existence in a more peaceful world.” Liberland Aid Foundation

The Liberland Aid Foundation is focused on providing humanitarian aid, disaster preparedness, food assistance, water sanitation and hygiene, education and training, with an emphasis on environmental standards, conservation and sustainability.

All donations made to the Liberland Aid Foundation go towards helping people in crisis situations obtain the relief they desperately need.

If you are interested in making a donation and helping LAF achieve its goals there are several options available.

Supporters can donate directly through the LiberlandFoundation website, which will allow you to donate either cryptocurrency or dollars.

Amazon will donate 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to the charitable organization of your choice. All you have to do is follow this link above, sign up and choose Liberland Aid Foundation Inc, and Amazon with automatically donate .5% of your order to LAF.

Supporters can also donate through Facebook, and I encourage those who are on Facebook and would like to stay up to date with the latest news to join and share the group with others they think may be interested.

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