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Group General Fund Contribution

If you would like to make a contribution to your Surname Project General Fund, there are two ways to do it:

  1. by Credit Card or PayPal
  2. by Mail

Credit Card or PayPal

Regular credit card payments can be made through PayPal, and it does not require one to have an account with Paypal. This way is secure and converts any currency to US Dollars, in case the payment is made from anywhere in the world.

When you click the button below, you will be directed to a secure page where you need to fill in the Surname Project that you are making the contribution, and the amount. The top portion of that page is for those who have a PayPal account, and the bottom is for VISA, MASTERCARD, AMERICAN EXPRESS and DISCOVER.

Once Family Tree DNA receives the money, it will be allocated to the surname project of your choice, and the Group Administrator of the project will see it in his Group Administrator's Page. If you want the donation to be anonymous, please e-mail us after your transaction is completed, with the details of your transaction.

** The general fund is a feature that Family Tree DNA offers, that allows members to donate money for other potential members' tests. The money is used at the Group Administrator's discretion. **

* Please select the first number / letter of the group in the first list. Then select the group name from the second list.
Donation Amount:
Donation Type:
Donor Name:
Note:

Mail

If you are concerned about security issues and would like to send us you payment by mail, you can print this page, fill out the form below, and mail it along with your payment to:

Family Tree DNA - Gene By Gene, Ltd.
World Headquarters
1445 North Loop West, Suite 820 Houston, Texas 77008, USA
Phone: (713) 868-1438

As soon as we receive it we will send you a confirmation e-mail and allocate to the surname project of your choice, and the Group Administrator of the project will see it in his Group Administrator's Page



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