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How does a named fund work?

  • You build up a named fund with a minimum investment of € 50,000. This can be done in one go or in five annual installments.
  • In consultation, you choose a goal within Dutch National Opera & Ballet on which your money will be spent. Perhaps you would like to support our world premieres, you would like to give extra stimulation to young dancers and singers, or you may want to help young people get to know classical ballet.
  • Dutch National Opera & Ballet takes care of the financial administration and ensures that your money is well spent. We will of course keep you closely informed.
  • A registered fund is financially attractive: The tax benefit can amount to 58%. In the best case, the gift will cost you € 4,150 net per year due to a tax benefit.
  • You can give the fund your own name or that of a (deceased) loved one. Or we choose in consultation a name that refers to what the fund makes possible, such as "The Costume Fund".
  • You enjoy special and exclusive privileges at Dutch National Opera & Ballet. For example, we can provide a performance at a location of your choice and the management keeps you personally informed of developments within Dutch National Opera & Ballet. You are automatically a member of the Patrons Circle. Depending on the amount of your contribution, you will enjoy the privileges of a Silver Patron or Gold Patron with the accompanying benefits.

Or support a company with your named fund

Dutch National Opera

  • A named fund is a special, personal and fiscally attractive way to make a substantial contribution to the future of Dutch National Opera.

Dutch Nationale Ballet

  • A named fund is a special, personal and fiscally attractive way to make a substantial contribution to the future of Dutch National Ballet.
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Roos Bernelot Moens
Roos Bernelot Moens
Circles & Donors Dutch National Opera
Nadja van Deursen
Nadja van Deursen
Circles & Donors Dutch National Ballet