Amnesty Isle of Man says local organisations don't have many options
The Manx branch of a human rights charity says it could be the only Amnesty group in the British Isles unable to bank donations.
One banking provider recently announced changes to its community account - it means small charities are set to pay business rates from next month.
Amnesty Isle of Man estimates the cost of these fees will equate to around a quarter of its annual donations from supporters and there's a waiting list to arrange moving to another bank.
Chair Phil Matthews says there aren't many options for local not-for-profit groups: