Donate to mindat.org
Please donate if you'd like to help mindat.org to continue to operate. Remember, all money goes towards keeping mindat.org alive.
You don't need to have a paypal account to donate. If you want to use a credit card, make sure, after you have completed the form below, to follow the link on the next page marked 'Pay with a debit or credit card'
Mindat.org uses the PayPal system to accept electronic payments.
For larger donations you may prefer to do a bank transfer or to post us a check. This also helps reduce the transaction costs for us. Please contact us at email@example.com for our bank account details.
Or, you can send a check made payable to mindat.org to:
Hudson Institute of Mineralogy dba Mindat.org
1113 Cambridge Hill Lane
Keswick, VA 22947-2749, USA
If you wish to pay by credit card, use this form, and on the PayPal payment page, click the option that says 'Pay with a debit or credit card'. You do NOT need a PayPal account to pay this way.
Your generous support is VERY much appreciated.
Jolyon Ralph, mindat.org founder.
There are various ways you can help donate to mindat.org.
The most important is to donate knowledge. If you're an expert in the mineralogy of a particular area then we'd be delighted to have your contributions of information. Even if you don't regard yourself as an expert, we would love to see your mineral photographs uploaded here (remember, they remain your copyright so you're not really donating them).
We would also love to have old books, periodicals, old labels, mineral-related postage stamps, share certificates, photographic prints, all sorts of things like this can be used to help grow our database of information that's freely available to everyone interested in minerals around the world. - Click here if you'd like to send us something
If you'd like to make a more substantial cash donation to mindat.org, then please contact me. Your donations help us to improve the site, giving us more time to add the neat features you want to see. And those making significant donations can help decide what the money is used for (something new you'd like to see? perhaps we can write it for you!).