CER is currently in the process of obtaining an ANBI status at the Dutch Tax and Customs Administration.
Organisations with an ANBI status are public benefit organisations of which the efforts are almost entirely committed to the public benefit.
Natural and legal persons who donate to an ANBI organisation can deduct their gifts from their Dutch income tax or corporate income tax.
ANBI organisations must meet certain requirements. Read more about these requirements here.
The RSIN number is 864071814.
Cultural Emergency Response (CER) endorses the Fair Practice Code, the Cultural Governance Code, and the Diversity & Inclusion Code.
1017 CA Amsterdam
KVK number: 86741853
RSIN number: 864071814
CER is currently in the process of obtaining an ANBI status at the Dutch Tax and Customs Administration. Read more about it here.
Stichting Cultural Emergency Response (CER)
ABN AMRO N.V.
The CER Board consists of 3 to 5 members who are appointed for a period of 4 years. Board members can be reappointed for one additional term. They receive no remuneration for the work they do for the foundation. In incidental cases, board members do receive compensation for the costs incurred on behalf of the foundation. The board meets at least four times a year and is updated and consulted regularly on pressing issues. The board is responsible for governing the organisation and approves the annual plan, the long-term plan, the annual budget, and the annual statement of accounts as well as major collaborations. The board also approves project allocations exceeding € 35,000.