Register at the M.A.I. and take advantage of our PO box services

You are an international association and wish to have a registered address in Brussels?

The M.A.I. offers the following services:

  • Possibility of remote mail management
  • Rental of a suitable letterbox
  • Advantageous conditions

Having a postal address at the Maison des Associations Internationales also means enjoying many advantages:

  • Discounts on the rental of meeting rooms located in the same building (equipped with translation booths, videoconferencing / live streaming system)
  • A location near Avenue Louise
  • An experienced team that advises you on administrative procedures

PROCESS

TO OBTAIN A POSTAL ADDRESS

How to get a registered address at the Maison des Associations Internationales?

You must first be a member of the FAIB, the Federation of International Associations established in Belgium. This institution ensures that each organization wishing to register is effectively an international non-profit organization or an association in the non-profit sector.

You are not yet a member?

The membership fee amounts to 330 € / year and allows you to benefit from the valuable expertise of the FAIB in areas related to various administrative procedures, Belgian taxation, VAT, EU rules and others. For more information please contact the FAIB Secretariat at faib@faib.org or + 32 (0)2 641 11 95.

 

 

Prices

according to the desired formula

Locked letterbox
30 € / month excluded VAT (21 % TVA)

Open pigeon-hole letterbox
20 € / month excluding VAT (21% VAT))

Postal shipment
20 € / shipment excluding VAT (21% VAT)

Associations registered at the M.A.I.

• Accessa

• Access Agriculture

• ADEG – Association Déontologique Européenne des Graphologues

• ADHD Europe – Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder

• ADHD, ASC LD Belgium

• AEA – European Association of Hearing Aid Professionals

•AEIT – Association Européenne d’Informatique Théorique

• AMICUS

• All rail

• AITA – Association Internationale du Théâtre Amateur

• BDJV- Belgisch Deutsche Juristenvereinigung

• Center for civilians in conflict

• CCEJM – Centre Culturel Européen Jean Monnet

• CODEFA- Concept pour le Développement du Football Africain

•CGD Europe – Center for Global Developement

• Citizen at Work

• CUS – Comité Universitaire de Solidarité

• EEMA – The European Association for Identity & Security

• EACHA – European Automated Clearing House Association

• ERAB – European Foundation for Alcohol Research

• ECTS – European Calcified Tissue Society

• ECUP -European Chronic Urogenital an Pelvic pain organization

• EFFO – European Federation and Forum for Osteopaths

•EICF – European Investment Casters Federation

• EFLM – European Federation of Lighter Manufacturers

• EFGCP – European Forum for Good Clinical Practice

• ELIA – European Language Industry Association

• ENAEE – European Network Accreditation of Engineering Education

• EREN – European Roma Equality Network

• EFFFF – European Fantastic Film Festivals Federation

• EFA – European Fintech Association

• EURHODIP – European Hotel Schools in Europe

• European Logistics Platforms Association

• Eurolux – European Group for Rooflights and Smoke-ventilation

• EuropAtlas

• EuroPlatforms

• FAIB – Federation of European and International Associations established in Belgium

• Human Innovation Hub

• ICLAS – International Council for Laboratory Animal Science

• IEAI – Irish in Europe Association

• ILA – International Light Association

• IIRB – International Institute for Beet Research

• IREG – Observatory on Academic Ranking and Excellence

• Open Street asbl

• PACE – Parti des Citoyens Européens

• QUISPER – Quality Information Services for Personalised Expert Recommendations

• Remit Fund

• REIN – Réseau Européen pour l’Insertion Sociale et professionnelle des Personnes défavorisées

• SAFE – Stroke Alliance for Europe

• UETR – European Road Haulers Association

• Université Senghor d’Alexandrie

• VAC4EU – Vaccine Monitoring Collaboration for Europe