November 28, 2022

Cap for donor tax relief will harm giving, say Netherlands charities

The Dutch Government’s plans to limit tax deductions for charitable giving could reduce donations and harm charities, says a group of charities. Currently in the Netherlands, […]
October 12, 2022

New survey reveals limited but ‘not surprising’ drop in Dutch donations

Most charities in the Netherlands expect their income to decline in the near future, but Dutch association Goede Doelen Nederland believes donors will recognise that nonprofits’ […]
May 11, 2022

Dutch civil society calls on Minister to intervene on bank de-risking issue for nonprofits

Dutch civil society organisations, including fundraising association Goede Doelen Nederland, have written their second letter to Minister Kaag of Finance about the consequences of bank de-risking […]
January 12, 2022

Halt to retirement of Dutch payment method sought until alternative found

With the Acceptgiro, a widely accepted method of payment in the Netherlands, set to be retired as of 1 June, Goede Doelen Nederland has written to […]
November 10, 2021

Dutch legacy income on the rise, with 23% growth in 2020

Income from charitable bequests continues to rise in the Netherlands, with Legacy Foresight announcing that its Dutch consortium saw ‘remarkable’ income growth in 2020. The group […]
September 15, 2021

Income remains steady for largest Dutch charities despite pandemic

Despite the pandemic, income and target expenditure for the biggest Dutch charities remained stable on average during 2020, according to a survey by Goede Doelen Nederland. […]