How to support our organization

mental Health in Human Rights is a non-endowed, project-based foundation. In the interests of the people we serve, GIP also seeks to keep its operating budget low, while simultaneously ensuring the quality of its operations. Because we do not currently have an endowment, we are dependent on charitable donations and project funds. We welcome your support, both large and small!

Financial support

The foundation is fully dependent on donations from private donors, foundations and other sponsors. 

You can make your donation online: 

Donations can be transferred to the following bank account in The Netherlands:

Bank: ING

Account #: NL46 INGB 0006 0707 13

Account holder: Federation Global Initiative on Psychiatry

BIC of the bank: INGBNL2A

Checks drawn on a US bank can be made out to “GIP-USA” and sent to our Netherlands address. Our partner GIP-USA has 501(c) status and therefore donations are tax-deductible.

ANBI - Charitable status

FGIP-Human Rights in Mental Health is a Dutch Public Benefit Organisation (PBO), the so called “ANBI status”.An institution can be qualified as a Public Benefit Organization (PBO) solely when at least 90% of the institutions efforts are focused on the general good.

A Public Benefit Organisations (PBOs) is entitled to make use of specific Dutch tax advantages.

For more information on our ANBI status click here

For more information on our ANBI status in Dutch click here


FGIP-Human Rights in Mental Health was founded as a separate legal entity in December 2010. It is the "umbrella" of member organizations in Bulgaria, Georgia, Lithuania, The Netherlands, Sri Lanka and the United States, that are all separate legal entities.

for our 2016 financial and narrative report click here

for our 2017 financial and narrative report click here

for our 2018 financial and annual report click here

for our 2019 financial and narrative report click here

for our 2020 financial and narrative report click here

Expertise and In-kind support

Providing Expertise:
Human Rights and Mental Health-FGIP and its projects often benefit from pro-bono or reduced rate services from mental health and financial professionals, for activities such as training, assessments and other project tasks.

We also very much welcome some kinds of in-kind support. Particularly useful are subscriptions to high-quality psychiatric journals or other publications or assistance in translating selected professional publications into various languages for broader reach.

Global society is experiencing the biggest crisis Since the Second World War. The resulting stress and anxiety undermines the psychological well-being of individuals, families, and communities. People with psychosocial disability, and the staff who provide care, are particularly vulnerable. FGIP is actively engaged in providing that support. For more information click here