A message from Dyslexia International’s Patron,

Her Royal Highness Princess Margaretha of Liechtenstein,

on the occasion of Dyslexia International’s Annual General meeting,

Friday 1st June, 2018

As Patron of Dyslexia International, it is my pleasure to ask for your support for an important three-year programme which will improve the chances of social integration for more than 700 million people with dyslexia across the world.

Without understanding and support, dyslexic learners too frequently continue in a cycle of failure – at school and in getting or finding a job. Prison statistics showing a disproportionate number of illiterate dyslexic inmates illustrate the inevitable social exclusion that can follow.

Now, in consultative partnership with UNESCO, Dyslexia International is in a position to open up discussions across the world, and to see practical measures taken that will increase the life chances of a vulnerable sector whose hidden handicaps are still not widely recognized or catered for,

With your partnership and support a dynamic dialogue can be created between ministries of education, academic researchers, dyslexic learners and their mentors.

Please take this opportunity to become a partner and to create a better world through a life-changing programme.

I thank you for the interest you take in this worthwhile cause.


Please make an international bank transfer to our account using the International Banking Account Number (IBAN) BE47 3101 5812 8880, BIC – BBRUBEBB and our bank address – ING Belgique S.A. Banque, Avenue Marnix 24, B – 1000 Brussels.

The address of Dyslexia International is Rue Washington 40, 1050 Brussels, Belgium.


Become a Member (€ 10.00 or more p.a.)

Become a Lifetime Member (€ 1000.00)

Please send your email address to amy(at), mentioning ‘Membership’ in the subject line. Thank you.


Tax-efficient methods for the UK and USA are described further below.

For giving by PayPal press your chosen ‘Donate’ tab.

Four ways of giving online from anywhere in the world, and by texting in the UK only. See below

Please email [email protected] with your name, the amount you have donated and the area you wish your donation to go towards (i.e. “Core funding”, “Live teacher-training” or “e-Campus”).

Sponsors in the US can donate tax-efficiently through the Friends of King Baudouin Foundation. Choose ‘Giving Option 1: Nonprofit Partners Overseas’.

If you pay tax in the UK you can donate to Dyslexia and Literacy International CIO. Registered charity number 1155475. Please send your cheque to Dyslexia and Literacy International, 24B Cottenham Park Road, GB – London SW20, 0RZ.  Remember to include your postal code and send your Gift Aid declaration. Or you can transfer to Sort Code 30-99-66, Account Number 44576960.

The Trustees will then determine if the funds can be transferred to Dyslexia International.

Giving online by shopping, and texting!


Supporters can now also visit easyfundraising and raise money for DI by shopping online. 

You may use these web-based applications from anywhere in the world.  EasyFundraising and Give As You Live help you to easily raise money while shopping online – at no extra cost to you!

If you are a tax-payer in the UK you can also select to Gift Aid your contribution.


To sign up to Give As You Live please visit this site.

You don’t even have to shop – just signing up to Give As You Live via this link will contribute £5 to the work of Dyslexia International.


Giving with your mobile phone in the UK through Just Text Giving:

READ46 £1 to 70070 to give £1,
READ46 £2 to 70070 to give £2,
READ46 £5 to 70070 to give £5,
READ46 £10 to 70070 to give £10


This page has been set up to collect direct donations towards the $5000 USD target for Dyslexia International’s work in Nepal.

You can share this link: so people can give directly around the world.  Donors can be issued with a receipt on request.

NB: This is useful for people who live in countries where they don’t have other easy ways to give.

We invite you to Give the Gift of Literacy by Giving the Gift of Music!

How do you do this?  

Why not join us now by taking part in the Dyslexia International Global Music Festival.  

Please read Nick’s ideas about how to proceed and write to office(at)dyslexia-international to let us know what part you can play in this important initiative and when.

NB: All proceeds from concerts and other music events support our activities, including the hubs we are building in all world regions.

Help us ensure channels of communication between researchers and education policy-makers are open, teacher training is on-going. No child need fail at school.