ANBI

A Stichting is the Dutch equivalent of a foundation obliged to have a deed drawn up by a notary (also referred to as the articles of association). Stichting Sol Nascente was established on January 8, 2019 in Voorschoten, the Netherlands. After this deed has been drawn up, establishing the social objective, the foundation was registered with the Chamber of Commerce (‘Kamer van Koophandel’).

This information was drawn up to satisfy the legal requirement to obtain the status of a public benefit organization (in Dutch: Algemeen Nut Beogende Instelling, or henceforth: ANBI).

Objective

Stichting Sol Nascente has set at its objective to stimulate nature conservation, mostly focused on but not limited to, the transformation of degraded landscapes into productive community-based forest ecology; and furthermore all that in the broadest sense is related to, belongs to, and/or could be beneficial to the above mentioned.

Policy Plan 2019-2023

Our 5-year policy plan was agreed on by the board of Stichting Sol Nascente on the 3rd of Octobre, 2019. The policy plan will be adjusted at the beginning of every calendar year or whenever the board considers it necessary.

View Policy Plan 2019-2023 (PDF)

Main features of policy

The main features of our policy plan are:

Pillars
  1. Developing Forest Initiatives
  2. Supporting a Network of Forests
  3. Ecological Education
Activities
  1. Ecologic Regeneration
  2. Economic Regeneration
  3. Community Regeneration
  4. Research
  5. Education

Maintaining the ANBI status

To maintain the ANBI status organisations must meet certain conditions. One of these conditions is the obligation to publish ANBI data on the internet, hence this page.

Report of activities

The ANBI data to be published needs to include an up-to-date report of the activities performed. As 2019 is the founding year of our foundation, here you will find these reports starting from 2019. This paragraph will be updated at the beginning of every new calendar year for activities in the year that just ended.

View Activity Report 2019 (PDF)

Financial accountability

Financial accountability forms an important part of the ANBI data to be published. This has to be done within 6 months after the end of the financial year. Here you will find our financial reports starting from 2019.

View Financial Report 2019 (PDF)

Published as a service

As stichting Sol Nascente strives to be a regenerative, open source initiative we also publish the documents that helped us to be sure that we meet and maintain the legal conditions of an ANBI organization. We publish these on a free to use base under a Creative Commons CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 license, Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International. No rights can be granted to this information or the usage of it.

If you find these documents useful, please send us an email

Checklists ANBI status (PDF)

Obligations Kamer van Koophandel (PDF)

Setting up a balance sheet (PDF)

Practical information

Full name of organization
Stichting Sol Nascente
RSIN/Fiscal number
8596.04.354
KvK/Chamber of Commerce number
73619957
Contact information
Contact person
Mathijs de Bruin
Email
info@solnascente.eu
Phone
‭‭+31 85 785 33 35‬
Address
Bachstraat 664, 2324 HG, Leiden, The Netherlands
Website
https://solnascente.eu
Banking details
IBAN
NL30 BUNQ 2207 9045 04
Account holder
Stichting Sol Nascente
SWIFT
BUNQNL2A
Bank
Bunq B.V.
Bank address
Naritaweg 131-133, 1043 BS Amsterdam, Netherlands
Board composition
President
Diego Reimondez
Secretary
Mathijs de Bruin
Treasurer
Frank van Doremalen
Reimbursement policy

In line with Article 7 Section 3 of the statutes, the members of the board of Stichting Sol Nascente receive no reward or remuneration for the activities conducted by them in their role as board members, other than the reimbursement for costs made on behalf of the Foundation, provided they provide proof of said costs.

Board members do not receive attendance fee (Dutch: ‘vacatiegeld’), as defined by the Dutch Belastingdienst.

Stichting Sol Nascente does not currently employ management or other staff nor does it intend to in the foreseeable future.