Fund Management Agent (FMA)

Fund Management Agent (FMA) – Aids Fonds

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Louise van Deth – Executive Director

Louise van Deth is the executive director of Aids Fonds, the Fund Management Agent (FMA) of Robert Carr civil society Networks Fund. Aids Fonds is a private fund in the Netherlands working with private donations, money from the lotteries and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Aids Fonds funds work nationally, internationally on innovation, research and support for People Living with HIV… read more

 

Irene Keizer - Program Manager Policy and Grants

Irene Keizer – Program Manager Policy and Grants – Aids Fonds (FMA)

Irene Keizer is the Program Manager Policy and Grants for Aids Fonds, the Fund Management Agent (FMA) of Robert Carr civil society Networks Fund. The program Policy is responsible for advising the Management Team of the fund about new developments in the field. The program Grants focuses on subsidizing national and international projects and scientific development.

 

 

Jet Goppel - Policy Advisor Aids Fonds (FMA)

Jet Goppel – Policy Advisor

Since February 2013, Jet Goppel has been working as Policy Advisor for the Robert Carr civil society Networks Fund (RCNF) at Aids Fonds – the Fund Management Agent (FMA) of the RCNF. She is responsible for writing policies, grantee contracts, monitoring, and reporting on the 24 programs in the RCNF portfolio. As policy advisor and planner she supports the International Steering… read more

 

Hendrike Grootenhuis - Program Assistant Grants Aids Fonds (FMA)

Hendrike Grootenhuis – Program Officer Grants

Hendrike Grootenhuis is Program Officer Grants for Aids Fonds, the Fund Management Agent (FMA) of the Robert Carr civil society Networks Fund. She coordinates the grant cycle, grant administration and monitors the quality of the grant procedures.

 

 

 

Tess Kirby – Program Assistant

Tess Kirby is Program Assistant for the Robert Carr civil society Networks Fund. She provides operational and administrative assistance to the fund director and program staff.

 

 

 

cbf-logo_finalCBF Seal of Approval

Aids Fonds has the CBF Seal of Approval. With this seal of approval, you as a donor can be sure that your gift will be used responsibly. One of the requirements for the seal is that own fundraising costs are no higher than 25%. In other words, no more than 25 euro cents may be spent to raise 1 euro.

ISO 9iso_9001_final001 certificate

In addition, in 2011 Aids Fonds received the ISO 9001 certificate, the international standard for quality management and customer satisfaction.

anbi_finalANBI-status & tax deductibility of donations

Aids Fonds has an ANBI organization status (charity organization), which means that all donations made to RCNF by Dutch citizens and citizens of other countries who pay Dutch taxes are tax-deductible.

If neither applies to you, it might be useful to find out whether the tax regulations of the country where you will work after graduation provide for tax benefits in case of donation to charity in a foreign country. Another way to make tax beneficial donations for Dutch citizens is through “lijfrente”.

 

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