Become a friend, donate or leave a legacy

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Become a friend, donate or leave a legacy

Our Lord in the Attic Museum manages to remain open to the public thanks to the generous subsidies and donations of our friends. Together with our revenue from ticket sales, this represents a significant share of the museum’s funding.

Become a friend

Are you a supporter of our museum and our mission? Become a friend of Our Lord in the Attic Museum. For €40 a year, you can be a friend.

Friends enjoy several benefits:

  • Unlimited access to the museum
  • Invitations to openings and other events
  • Invitations to special activities such as Friend Days
  • Your Friend pass gives you a ten-percent reduction in the museum shop and on tours.
  • You receive the latest news in our monthly digital newsletter ’t Haantje.

Individual or together?

  • For €40 a year you can be a friend of Our Lord in the Attic Museum
  • For €70 a year you can be a friend of Our Lord in the Attic Museum together with someone else

Become a friend, or give someone a friendship gift.

Would you like more information first? Contact Friends coordinator Joseph Lai via info@opsolder.nl, or call +31 (0)20 624 66 04.

Become a friend, donate or leave a legacy

To become a Friend of the museum or to give a Friends pass as a gift, please complete the form below.
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Donate

You can contribute to the museum on a one-off or regular basis. All gifts are welcome and will be used appropriately. Regular donations are fiscally attractive. They can be arranged in an agreement or a notarial deed.

To access a form to establish a regular gift, follow this link: www.belastingdienst.nl/wps/wcm/connect/bldcontentnl/themaoverstijgend/programmas_en_formulieren/overeenkomst_periodieke_giften

A one-off donation is easy to make by via the following page: tickets.opsolder.nl/donatie

RSIN/fiscaal (identificatie)nummer: 002957553
Chamber of Commerce (KvK): 41197718
IBAN : NL63ABNA 052 755 83 70 ten name van St. Museum Ons’ Lieve Heer op Solder.

Legacies

With your legacy you can help ensure that this heritage is preserved for the future. By supporting Our Lord in the Attic Museum we can continue to tell the amazing story of its foundation and its significance.

There are several ways you can include Our Lord in the Attic Museum in your will. The following three are the most common.

  1. Sole heir
    You name Our Lord in the Attic as sole heir in your will. That still allows you to leave legacies to family members, loved ones and/or other beneficiaries.
  2. Joint heir
    You name Our Lord in the Attic as joint heir. We share your legacy with your other heirs. You determine the percentage each of your heirs receives.
  3. Legacy
    You name Our Lord in the Attic as your legatee. We receive a legacy from you. This may be a fixed sum, a percentage of the amount you leave or certain items.

Are you considering making a bequest to Our Lord in the Attic Museum? Feel free to call our director Birgit Büchner at +31 (0)20 624 66 04 or email info@opsolder.nl. We will be happy to discuss the possibilities with you without any obligation.

ANBI Status

Dutch charity law (Geefwet) gives fiscal benefits to people who donate to cultural institutions. Under this revised legal structure, institutions that wish to receive donations subject to these conditions should register as a cultural ANBI organisation: an organisation that provides public benefit (Algemeen Nut Beogende Instelling). Our Lord in the Attic Museum is an ANBI registered organisation, which makes it fiscally attractive to donate to our museum.

What this means in practice for your gift is outlined on the Dutch tax office’s website: www.belastingdienst.nl/wps/wcm/connect/nl/aftrek-en-kortingen/content/gift-aftrekken

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Partners and Sponsors

PARTNERS & SPONSOREN • Amsterdams Fonds voor de Kunst • Kickstart Cultuur Fonds • Fonds 21 • Katholieke Stichting ter Bevordering van Welzijnswerk • Vereniging Rembrandt • Unesco • Nieuw Leven Facility Groep • VTW Amsterdam • Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds • VSB-fonds • Gemeente Amsterdam •