Donate to Bonsai

Give Online

Click here to donate online.  The link will direct you to a PayPal donation page, where you can give either toward Bonsai's general fund or toward child sponsorship. You can donate with a debit or credit card as well as a PayPal account.  In the event that you experience difficulty with PayPal, Inca Link also has an alternative checkout system, which you can access here.

Give by mail

To donate by mail, please send a check or money order to the address below.  Please include "Bonsai" in the memo line, as well as the name of the child that you are sponsoring (if applicable).  

Inca Link International
P.O. Box 1321
Boone, NC  28607

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Cancel Recurring Donations

If you have a donation that you have set up to repeat that you would like stopped, please email Nicole Higgins (Inca Link's associate financial director) at nhiggins@incalink.org.  If your donation is set up through PayPal, you may be able to do this yourself at paypal.com, but most find it easier just to email Nicole asking her to cancel future scheduled donations.

my donation records

Click here to access your donation records and to update your contact information.  If you did not donate online, you will need to send your email address to Nicole Higgins (Inca Link's associate financial director) at nhiggins@incalink.org so you can sign into your profile to access your records.  Once we have added your email address to our records, you can go to incalink.donortools.com to sign up to access your giving history and print receipts.  A guide on how to do this is available here.

Tax Exemption

Inca Link International, Inc. (tax ID 27-4210917) is a U.S. tax exempt 501(c)3 organization. All contributions to Inca Link International, Inc. (unless otherwise noted) are income tax deductible in the U.S. and are made with the understanding that Inca Link International, Inc. has complete discretion and control over the use of all donated funds. Unless otherwise specified, no goods or services were provided in exchange for donations.