ANBI STATUS OBJECTIVE
The museum has as its goal; the conservation, curation, selective expansion, improvement, and also the exhibiting of the collections which are under the control of the municipality of Venlo/Museum van Bommel van Dam; and furthermore all that which can, either directly or indirectly, be connected to it or which can be conducive to it, all in the broadest sense possible;
COMPOSITION MANAGEMENT BOARD
Museum van Bommel van Dam has been an independent foundation since 1 January 2019. The board of the foundation is comprised of five people: Nick Bos (chairman), Addy Lutgenau (treasurer), Marleen Hartjes (board member), Gunda Ostermann (board member), and Ton Tesink (board member). The daily work organisation is managed by the work organisation director. Paulo Martina has been the museum director since 1 May 2019. The programme is developed by the work organisation: the curator and a programme developer, with support from other employees from the work organisation.
As of 1 January 2019, the museum is no longer a part of the municipality of Venlo. The collection remains under the supervision of the municipality of Venlo.
REWARD POLICY - The administrators receive compensation for any expenses made, befitting their position. They also receive, if applicable, an allowance. - All administrators have joint authorisation. - Management and personnel are paid according to the Dutch Museum Collective Labour Agreement 2018-2020. - The goal of the Museum van Bommel van Dam Foundation is the running of Museum van Bommel van Dam, and also the collecting, conserving, documenting, and presenting of museum collections in the area of visual art and design; making a profit is not a goal.
FISCAL NUMBER RSIN/ID/Fiscal number: 8586.07.049.
Chamber of Commerce number: 71168923.
CONTACT Stichting Museum van Bommel van Dam (or: Museum van Bommel van Dam Foundation) Keulsepoort 1 5911 BX Venlo T: T: 077 – 3513457 E: email@example.com
POLICY PLAN The policy plan has been renewed after making the museum an independent foundation. Read the current policy plan here.
ANBI Since 2008 the Dutch Tax Administration can designate an institution to be a "Public Benefit Organisation" (Dutch: Algemeen Nut Beogende Instelling, ANBI). At least 90% of the efforts of an ANBI has to be focused on the general good. And since 2012 the 'culturele ANBI' can profit (until at least 2018) from even more Dutch tax advantages.