How does it work?
As a Young Benefactor, you are very welcome at all HF Young events.
You will also receive
· priority at ticket sales
· € 5 discount on every first ticket for each show and € 2,50 discount
on every next ticket for the same show*
· the right to the HF Young discount up to and including 42 years of age
(as opposed to 39 years)
· a behind-the-scenes tour at one of the performances
· inclusion of your name on the website (if so desired)
· an invitation for yourself and a guest to:
- the festive launch of the programme in spring
- the Young Benefactor's dinner (at your own expense) with a
commentary on the programme done by the festival team
- the festive reception after the opening performance, if you have tickets for this
- the Friends show (at your own expense) and cocktails afterwards.
* - Certain shows are excluded from this offer:
Der Freischütz by Dutch National Opera and Hans van Manen Festival
by Het Nationale Ballet.
- The price per ticket, including the discount, may not drop below € 15.
Donating to a cultural institution or charity
Holland Festival has the status of a cultural ANBI*. A donation to an organisation with an ANBI status can be deducted from taxable income as a gift. The amount that you are permitted to deduct depends on the type and size of the gift. Good to know: gifts to several organisations with an ANBI status can be added together. Use this calculator to look at the fiscal benefit in your specific situation.
* Public Benefit Organisation (Algemeen Nut Beogende Instelling)
Young Benefactor for 5 years, with periodic gifts
If you want to be sure of receiving fiscal benefits, you can donate with a periodic agreement of minimally five years. You can select this in the registration form. Will you turn 43 in the meantime? Then you will automatically turn into a Benefactor for the same amount and you won't lose your fiscal benefit.
Read more: Fiscal benefits and Giving Act (Geefwet)
tel. +31 (0)20 - 788 21 14
Jonne ter Braak
Rosanne Thesing & Melle Kromhout
Esther van der Veldt
Lonneke van der Waa