Welcome to Estonian biggest donation environment!
The donation environment "I love to help" gathers Estonian organizations who change life in Estonia for the better from five different fields. Here you can read more about the carefully selected organizations' activities and make them donations directly and conveniently.
The donation environment was founded in 2008 in cooperation of Swedbank and the Good Deed Foundation in order to boost the development of donating culture in Estonia. By today, over 42 000 transfers have been made to support more than 50 organizations in total sum that is visible on our webpage and that is growing, thanks to the good donors.
By moving the environment from its previous location on Swedbank's webpage to www.armastanaidata.ee, it is now even more spacious and more comfortable meeting place both for the organizations and the donors.
Discover the new donation environment and keep believing that even a small good action can make a big difference.
Goodness creates goodness!
As the initiative close to your heart has been chosen, you can support it with a single donation or set up a permanent donation. Swedbank's customers can also donate their reward points to the organizations in the donation environment, based on their field of activity.
Donations made in donation environment move directly through a bank link from your bank account to the organization's account in the same bank. If you are in doubt as regards the transfer, you can check it from your account statement, whether the required amount has been transferred to the desired organization.
By logging in to the environment through "My donations" you will see an overview of your donations. In donation environment we display publicly only the information with your consent. When donating, you can choose from a drop-down menu, whether you want to show your name on the page and the amount donated, your name only, or neither, by staying anonymous.
For the donation environment we choose the strong organizations that has proved themselves with their activities. The application rounds to make a selection will take place 1-2 times a year, with the jury of up to 10 experts representating a various walks of life.