Donate Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum or Litecoin to our cryptocurrency wallet to help people affected by leprosy in India, Bangladesh and Mozambique.

To find our cryptocurrency wallet address please visit:

Thank you for your support, together we can beat leprosy.

Have a smartphone? Scan the QR code above to visit the website.

Frequently Asked Questions:

What are cryptocurrencies?

Cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin are a form of decentralised digital currency, using blockchain technology as their foundation. This means that cryptocurrencies are tracked through a public ledger, a donation made with a cryptocurrency can then be tracked to see how it was used, increasing transparency between donors and Lepra.

Are cryptocurrency donations annoymous?

Yes, anyone can send cryptocurrency to our wallet without providing their details. If a donor would like to hear from us in the future they can send us their details.

What are the values of these cryptocurrencies?

The value of cryptocurrencies fluctuates often, a frequently updated value for each of the cryptocurrencies can be found here:

Is it safe to donate with cryptocurrencies?

Yes, the host of our cryptocurrency wallet provides a high level of protection, including the use of a two-factor authentication and AES encryption.

Please take care with all online transactions when entering your personal details.

How do you deal with money laundering donations?

Currently we monitor donations, with safeguards in place to highlight suspicious donations above a certain amount from any single anonymous donor. If this happens we will then notify the Charity Commission.

Due to cryptocurrencies being based on blockchain technology, payments made by donors cannot be reversed unless they send a request to Lepra, from there we would assess the request.