Schiphol Airport Chaplaincy Support Foundation (ANBI)

A lot of energy is required in order to support the work of pastors and volunteers within the Airport Chaplaincy. Each pastor is supported by a separate foundation. Together, these three organizations founded the Schiphol Airport Chaplaincy Support Foundation (SOLS) on April 3, 2014. SOLS assists the three participating foundations in their tasks for the Airport Chaplaincy. The SOLS board determines the activities to be performed, the way in which finances are acquired, the management of the capital of SOLS and the way in which that capital is distributed.

The board

The board consists of nine members, three members of each of the three foundations. The current board of SOLS is formed by the following members:

Ing. P.B. PoortChairmanProtestant Schiphol Airport Chaplaincy Foundation
Ds. J.W. Blankert2nd SecretaryProtestant Schiphol Airport Chaplaincy Foundation
F.D.S. JansenTreasurerRoman Catholic Airport Chaplaincy Foundation
A.L.M. OvergaagSecretaryRoman Catholic Airport Chaplaincy Foundation
J.M. Warning2nd TreasurerProtestant Schiphol Airport Chaplaincy Foundation
J. TraudesBoard memberRoman Catholic Airport Chaplaincy Foundation
VacantBoard memberOld-Catholic and Anglican Airport Ministry Foundation
E.W.H. de BoerBoard memberOld-Catholic and Anglican Airport Ministry Foundation
A. HuijinkBoard memberOld-Catholic and Anglican Airport Ministry Foundation

The pastors within the Airport Chaplaincy are not board members of SOLS. They are, however, present at the board meetings. 

Objectives

SOLS aims to:

  • Provide chaplaincy, assistance, nearness, and hospitality at the Meditation Centre for anyone present at Schiphol Airport and, more specifically, to support the participating foundations in these tasks. The foundation board safeguards peer collaboration and propagation of the objectives;
  • Acquire (financial) resources to do so;
  • Perform all other actions that have to do with, or that could prove contributory to, the aforementioned in the broadest sense, provided it serves common interest;
  • The foundation aims to serve common interest and seeks no financial gain;
  • The foundation seeks to be an establishment as outlined in section 5b General Law regarding state taxes 1994 or an Institution representing social interest, in the sense of section 5c General Law regarding state taxes.
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Donations

SOLS is considered a charitable foundation with ANBI (Algemeen Nut Beogende Instelling) status, registered in the Netherlands. Donations made to SOLS are, for Dutch citizens, donations that, depending on the amount, can be income tax deductible.

SOLS board members do not receive any attendance fees/remuneration for their work. The board members only receive compensation for expenses incurred that relate to their board position. SOLS does not employ any personnel. SOLS is registered with the Chamber of Commerce under number 60402997.

Should you wish to support the Airport Chaplaincy financially, a gift is always appreciated:

IBAN: NL53 RABO 0378 5523 68
BIC: RABONL2U
name: Stichting Ondersteuning Luchthavenpastoraat Schiphol
RSIN: 853895016