About us

Humanity House is recognized by the Dutch Tax Authorities as a Public Benefit Organization (known in Dutch as Algemeen Nut Beogende Instelling, or ANBI). Gifts, periodical donations and one-time contributions to Humanity House are therefore tax deductible. The new Gift and Inheritance Tax Act, or Geefwet, came into effect on 1 January 2012, offering an additional incentive for both private individuals and companies to financially support cultural organizations like Humanity House.

  • Our legal name is Stichting Humanity House
  • Our Chamber of Commerce number is: 27379539
  • Our VAT number is: 822397547.B.01
  • Our IBAN number is: NL50RABO0122619765
  • Our contact details
  • Our vision and mission
  • The aim of the foundation is: to develop, facilitate and organize public activities related to emergency relief, international humanitarian law and other humanitarian issues, in order to increase the public’s understanding and awareness of them, as well as anything connected or conducive to the above, all in the broadest sense.
  • Our board members. The board receives no remuneration for its activities.
  • Remuneration policy for director. The board determines the salary and other employment conditions of the director. The museum respects the regulations governing remuneration for senior officials in the public and semi-public sector.
  • Our most recent annual report (in Dutch)
  • Our annual financial report 2016 (in Dutch)
  • The main contents of our annual plan 2017 (in Dutch)