Stichting Trideo (formerly known as Stichting SQPN) is a Catholic non-profit incorporated in The Netherlands with its residence in Amersfoort. According to the Dutch Revenue Service, the Dutch foundation is a PBO (Public Benefit Organisation) or ANBI in Dutch.
This may be beneficial for people living in The Netherlands, for donations to PBO organisations may be tax deductible. More information can be found on the Dutch Revenue Service’s website.
If you’re interested in what we do with your donation, you can visit our accountability page that lists annual reports and relevant data shared with the Dutch Revenue Service.
How can you support Trideo?
Listed below are a number of ways you can help Trideo. You can donate via Paypal, iDeal, via online banking or support Fr. Roderick directly via Patreon. If you shop through our affiliate links on Amazon, we will receive a small commission on your purchase. Find more information about how affiliate links work on our Site Notice.
You can use PayPal by clicking on the button below. The button will open PayPal where you can choose how much you want to donate and if you want it to be a recurring payment.
If you are in a country that supports iDeal for online transactions, you can fill the form below. Click on the Donate button to get transferred to the iDeal payment page.
You can find more information on our use of personal data at our privacy page.
Via Direct Transfer via Online Banking
You can wire your donation directly into Stichting Trideo’s bank account. Add ‘Gift Trideo’ as a comment to your donation.
3814 PL AMERSFOORT
IBAN: NL20 RABO 0136 9712 61
By supporting Fr. Roderick personally through Patreon
If you’d like to support Fr. Roderick personally through his Patreon page, visit this link. The proceeds from Patreon benefit Trideo as well. Note that donations through Patreon aren’t tax deductible for Dutch residents.
By shopping at Amazon via our affiliate links
We are currently participating in Amazon’s Associate Programme in the following countries: United States*, United Kingdom*, Germany* and France*. If you use Amazon a lot, you can bookmark these links in your web browser. Read our financial disclosure at our Site Notice.