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Humanitarian Projects of the Royal House of Georgia

On 12 September 2012, His Royal Highness Crown Prince Nugzar founded the “International Fund of the Royal House of Georgia” as a non-profit legal entity, established in accordance with the Civil Code of Georgia. It is currently headed by the Chancellor of the Royal House of Georgia, His Excellency Kakha Koridze, who is its Treasurer. The ID Code of this Fund is 404428758.

The main objectives of the International Fund of the Royal House of Georgia are:
1. the protection, care and development of the Royal family of Georgia, being an integral part of the country’s cultural heritage;
2. to award and recognise the deeds of Georgian citizens and foreigners who have actively contributed towards the State of Georgia as well as the Royal family, and
3. to fund various humanitarian and charitable projects in Georgia.

The representatives of the Royal House of Georgia are authorized to establish branches of this Fund.

Those who may wish to contribute towards the various humanitarian projects and charitable works of the Royal House of Georgia may kindly send their donations through money transfer to one of the bank accounts, as indicated hereunder:

BANK TRANSFER INSTRUCTIONS IN US DOLLAR

Intermediary Bank:  Citibank N.A., New York, USA; SWIFT: CITIUS33

   Beneficiary Bank:   Bank of Georgia, SWIFT: BAGAGE22; 29a Gagarin street, Tbilisi 0160, Georgia

             Beneficiary:    NNLE Royal Princess Anna Foundation

                   Account:    GE14BG0000000162639682

BANK TRANSFER INSTRUCTIONS IN EURO

Intermediary Bank:    Commerzbank, Frankfurt, Germany; SWIFT: COBADEFF

Beneficiary Bank:     Bank of Georgia, SWIFT: BAGAGE22; 29a Gagarin street, Tbilisi 0160, Georgia

Beneficiary:      NNLE Royal Princess Anna Foundation

Account:       GE14BG0000000162639682

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