Indian Donors

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Donations can also be made in Indian Rupees either by online transfer or in any branch of Central Bank in India favouring:

Wildlife Information Liaison Development
Central Bank of India, Saravanampatti Branch, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu 641006
S.B. A/C 1481289290
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Donations to WILD are exempt under 80 (G) of I.T. Act Provisional Approval No. AAATW0316RF20214 dated 28.05.2021

Please mail us the following details with a subject head "JoTT Donation" to to trace your donation, issue receipt, and for proper account maintenance.

1. Name and address with phone number
2. Transfer Amount
3. PAN #


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Zoo Outreach Organisation is a 501 (c) (3) tax-exempt organization as per the U.S. Internal Revenue Code, EIN # 20-1500502. Your contribution is tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.

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Bank Transfer / SWIFT Transfer - can be made to:
Account Name: Zoo Outreach Organisation
Account Number: 2000016804638
Bank Name: Wells Fargo Bank
Bank Address: Wells Fargo N.A., J. Wayne Reitz Union University of Florida, 834 Museum Road, Gainesville FL 32611
Swift code: PNBPUS33
Bank ABA number: 063107513 

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The Journal of Threatened Taxa (JoTT) is brought out regularly thanks mainly to the team of professionals at Wildlife Information Liaison Development (WILD) Society volunteering their time and in-kind support.

However, to sustain the activities of JoTT, we need to build a corpus for the long term.  We are reaching out to the readers, general public, organizations and individuals who wish to support the Journal.  JoTT is the only one of its kind internationally with a proven track record of more than 19 years (as Zoos' Print Journal published monthly from April 1999 to December 2007, and as Journal of Threatened Taxa from January 2009 continuing).  We welcome donations from interested and committed individuals and organizations from around the world to secure the future for the Journal and of the species it helps conserve.

Donations to WILD or ZOO for JoTT that may compromise the Journal's objectives, philosophy or publication standards and may cause a conflict of interest will strictly not be accepted.

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