The Open Rivers Programme is a Dutch foundation (officially registered as Stichting European Open Rivers Programme). It is a charity with Public Benefit Organisation (PBO) status (Algemeen Nut Beogende Instelling - ANBI, in Dutch).
|Name of ANBI
|Stichting European Open Rivers Programme
|Chamber of Commerce number
|RSIN / Fiscal number
|Date of incorporation
|25th June 2021
|Registered office address
|Keizersgracht 241, 1016 EA Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Phone: +31 (0)20 21 01 461
|Jack Foxall (Executive Director)
|Arjan Berkhuysen (Chair)
Bart Fokkens (Member)
Caroline Visser (Member)
According to the foundation’s statutes, the Open Rivers Programme aims to restore endangered European rivers by supporting interventions that lead to the removal of dams and the restoration of river flow and biodiversity, and furthermore to do all that is related or conducive to the above.
The Foundation intends to achieve this objective by:
The following details are required to be made publicly available for Dutch charitable organisations:
The Policy Plan summarises the statutory framework, strategy, policy, activities, finances, and governance of the Stichting.
Members of the Supervisory Board are not remunerated for the activities they carry out. However, they are entitled to an attendance fee for meetings and for any other costs incurred by them to perform their duties. The reward for directors and other employees is determined by the Supervisory Board.
Annual report and financial statements