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Crisis Intervention Centre Accepts Bitcoin Donations

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Crisis Intervention Centre now accepts Bitcoin donations

Crisis Intervention Centre (Krizių įveikimo centras)

We are happy to announce that Bitcoin donations are now accepted by Crisis Intervention Centre, an NGO based in Vilnius, Lithuania.

Crisis Intervention Centre, established just several months ago in July, provides anonymous, urgent and accessible professional psychological counsel.
Sessions at CIC are available in Lithuanian, English and Russian, both in person and online (via Skype). Trained crisis intervention specialists are available to assist in working through all kinds of hard emotional experiences. The team is especially honest and respectful to each and every person regardless of his or her gender, sexual identity and orientation, race, nationality, language, origin, social status, religion, beliefs or opinion. The first consultation requires no prior registration, has no age limits, and is free of charge. In addition, follow-up sessions only cost a tiny fee of 6€ per session.

Crisis Intervention Centre is the second non-governmental organisation accepting donations via CoinGate. The first one to do so was Jaunimo linija, a non-governmental youth support organization, becoming the first non-profit in Lithuania to start accepting Bitcoin donations. They have been a happy partner of ours for over half a year already (you can donate by clicking here).

As a company, we are proud to have the opportunity to contribute to the non-profit sector. There are no fees whatsoever for NGOs and charities using our services; thus, we gladly invite any non-profit company to start accepting Bitcoin donations. Our payment buttons are ideal for accepting donations – they are fully customisable and very simple to integrate into any website. If you represent a non-profit organisation, please contact us at support@coingate.com and we will guide you through the process.

Meanwhile, if you wish to make a contribution to the Crisis Intervention Centre, you can do so by visiting their website or by clicking here.