Even among the scholars who support purification of interest-based income there are strong arguments against disposing of the money toward such things as maintenance of masjid or in the cause of God: God is pure and loves pure things, so spending impure funds directly in His cause is hardly appropriate.
As such, the first four options would be discouraged. Although one could research to learn exactly where the money is going (Zakat and sadaqah, for example, may end up being paid either to the poor and needy (acceptable) or fee sabilillah (discouraged)), it would be better to categorize it as fidyah. Fidyah, being the expiation for not fasting, is by its nature spent only on feeding the poor.
You should not, of course, consider this payment as discharging any actual obligations for zakat or fidyah you may have. You are disposing of these funds with the intent of getting rid of them, not with the intent of receiving any sort of benefit and/or reward therefrom.