How to Donate to Wikileaks

I love Wikileaks. And I want them to succeed. So I will find a way to get money to them. They have been blocked by Paypal, Visa, and Mastercard. To read more, you can go right to their Banking Blockade page.

Here are ways you can still send them money:



Bank Transfer – Option 1: via Sunshine Press Productions ehf:

Skulagötu 19, 101 Reykjavik, Iceland
Landsbanki Islands Account number 0111-26-611010
ACCOUNT/IBAN:IS97 0111 2661 1010 6110 1002 80

Bank Transfer – Option 2: via the not-for-profit Wau Holland Stiftung Foundation:

This support is tax deductible in Germany!
Bank Account: 2772812-04
IBAN: DE46 5204 0021 0277 2812 04

WikiLeaks and Julian Assange Defence Fund:

Please make cheques payable to “Julian Assange Defence Fund” and post them to:
Ellingham Hall
Hall Road
NR. Bungay
NR35 2EN
United Kingdom


Bitcoin is a secure and anonymous digital currency. Bitcoins cannot be easily tracked back to you, and are safer and faster alternative to other donation methods. You can send BTC to the following address:


Various sites offer a service to exchange other currency to/from Bitcoins. There are also services allowing trades of goods for Bitcoins. Bitcoins are not subject to central regulations and are still gaining value. Read more about Bitcoins on Wikipedia

For maximum security, you can also request a one-time Bitcoin address. To do so, please join our IRC and type /msg Bitcoin new.

Our helpful bot will generate new donation address. Please make sure Bot is active on #bitcoin channel and has @ to the left of his nick.
Bank: Commerzbank Kassel
German BLZ: 52040021
Subject: WIKILEAKS / WHS Projekt 04

Via Postal Mail

You can post a donation via good old fashion postal mail to:

WikiLeaks (or any suitable name likely to avoid interception in your country)
BOX 4080
Australia Post Office – University of Melbourne Branch
Victoria 3052


If free access and government accountability matter to you, then Wikileaks should matter too.



Breaking: Judge to Twitter: Give Up Wikileaks User Info

Privacy and free speech take another kick to the rubber parts today. In Alexandria, a judge decided that prosecutors can get Twitter account information as part of their Wikileaks investigation.

*sigh* I guess it is time to start replacing Windows with Linux on our laptops, downloading some anonymizing software, and scrubbing our web trail every chance we get. Why, it’s almost as if our goverment feels that it’s easier to control citizens who can be convinced to relinquish control of their privacy for the “greater good”.


I have to go to a meeting soon. In the meantime, learn more about it here: