In the ‘Fundraising Institutions Guideline 650’ (RJ650) the Council on Annual Reporting has established the requirements to be met by an annual report of a fundraising institution. These rules prescribe among other things that the Roparun Foundationare to submit an annual report. The annual report can be downloaded below:
On 1 August 2006 the Roparun Foundation was granted the CBF Hallmark. The hallmark is awarded for a period of five years, and there are annual checks to determine whether the organisation still meets the criteria set. The hallmark means that a donor can be assured that the foundation uses a donation responsibly. For example, the costs of fundraising cannot be higher than 25% of the proceeds from fundraising.The CBF posts the figures from the combined annual report on the CBF website so that everyone can check them. Since 2013 the Roparun Foundation has also used the figures from the combined annual report so that they can be compared with those on the CBF website. Because we did not do this previously, the figures prior to 2013 do not correspond to those of the CBF, as we still only used the figures from the Roparun Palliative Care Foundation annual report at that time.For more information see the CBF website: www.cbf.nl.
ANBI stands for Algemeen Nut Beogende Instelling (Public Benefit Institution). An ANBI is an ecclesiastical, philosophical, charitable, cultural or scientific institution, or one that contributes in another way to benefiting the public. The Roparun is also registered with the tax authority as a Public Benefit Institution. Roparun donations are thus tax-deductible. For more information see the website of the Tax and Customs Administration: www.belastingdienst.nl/giften
The board of the Roparun Palliative Care Foundation handles the applications received. In response to the plan and/or offer submitted, they decide whether or not to allocate, or to partially allocate, an amount. The amount allocated is only paid after invoice copies/documents are received demonstrating that the project has been/is actually being carried out. For amounts over 100,000 euros an audit certificate is requested. For an overview of the projects we support and the accompanying amounts, click here.
The Roparun Foundation has its own remuneration policy for employees. The Roparun Foundation follows the guidelines of Goede Doelen Nederland (Charitable Organisations in the Netherlands) in this.
Terms and conditions of donation
Download the terms and conditions of donation here. (document in Dutch)