Tax info and ANBI
Musicians Without Borders is registered as a stichting (foundation) under Dutch law, and is classified as a cultural ANBI. ANBI stands for Algemeen Nut Beogende Instelling, in English referred to as a Public Benefits Organization (PBO).
This means that donations made to Musicians Without Borders are eligible for tax benefits. Musicians Without Borders doesn’t pay inheritance tax or gift tax, so your full contribution goes to support the work we do.
Other information on our organization and our status as a cultural ANBI can be found here:
Stichting Musicians Without Borders
Chamber of Commerce registration number
Bank account number
NL43 TRIO 0390 2715 86
The Dutch government encourages donating to charity by making them fully deductible on your income tax. On top of that, donations to a cultural ANBI institution like Musicians Without Borders get an extra deduction of 25%, which brings the total deduction to 125%.
Via ANBI gift calculation module (Dutch) you can get an idea of how much a gift to Musicians Without Borders will cost after deduction of any tax benefits.
Periodic gift agreement
Registering your recurring donation with a periodic gift agreement (Dutch: Overeenkomst periodieke gift in geld) offers additional tax benefits. If you want to do this, please:
Alternatively you can print the agreement, fill it out, scan it, and email it.
To make a tax-deductible contribution in the USA, you can donate through our partner organization: the Fellowship of Reconciliation. Please include in the message box that the donation is for Musicians Without Borders, and notify us of your donation at [email protected].
Mail a check
If you’d like to mail a check instead, you can send this to the following address with ‘Musicians w/o Borders’ in the memo line:
Fellowship of Reconciliation
Nyack, NY 10960