Public Benefit Organisation
Stichting Droom en Daad was set up on 13 December 2016. It is a Public Benefit Organisation (ANBI).
- Name: Stichting Droom en Daad
- Fiscal number (RSIN): 857011984
- Contact details:
3016 BD Rotterdam
Stichting Droom en Daad develops initiatives, activities and projects to promote art and culture in Rotterdam and to carry out everything connected with or beneficial to those initiatives, activities and projects. The foundation is explicitly a non-profit organisation. The foundation may not make distributions to its founder or the members of its boards.
5. Policy plan
The object of the foundation is to develop initiatives aimed at promoting art and culture in Rotterdam and in this way to make the city even more attractive for its residents and for visitors. The foundation sees opportunities in various fields, such as music, theatre, dance, architecture, film, etc. In this perspective the foundation will focus on stimulating and investing in new projects and in providing an extra impulse to already existing programmes and activities. The foundation has a director, who leads the development of these activities together with a staff (some of whom as yet to be recruited) of around 7 full-time equivalents. The foundation has sufficient resources to enable it to develop these activities independently in the years ahead. It operates from it rented premises at Parkstraat 4, Rotterdam. The foundation will not attract funds from third parties. The foundation has a website on which further information about its activities can be found.
6. Composition of the board
The board consists of a chair, a secretary, a treasurer and a general member.
7. The members of the board are:
M. van der Vorm (chair)
C.O. van der Vorm (treasurer)
F.D. Rosendaal (secretary)
8. Remuneration policy
The remuneration policy of the foundation must make it possible to attract and keep excellent personnel and to attain its objectives to the best possible extent. The remuneration policy is aimed at ensuring that the director and members of staff devote their efforts to the interests of the foundation, giving priority to integrity and solidity.
The following principles form the basis of the remuneration policy:
There is a transparent policy, applicable in structure and method for the director and all members of staff. Taking into account the objectives of the foundation and the society in which it operates, the total level of remuneration of the director and members of staff of the foundation is determined to be in line with payments made in the art and culture sector.