Making a donation
The Eric Bleumink Fund depends on donations from individuals, commercial companies and institutions. Currently we have many contributors. Some are regular donors, others make one-off donations. In the coming years, we hope that more people will get enthusiastic about the Fund and therefore be able to provide more grants. All contributions, whatever their size, are welcome.
Do you want to organize something? We can help, for example by providing collection boxes and information material.
There are many occasions when a donation to the Eric Bleumink Fund may be an interesting option. You could use your PhD ceremony, your birthday or your wedding as an opportunity to make a donation. Or how about linking your office football pool, staff outing, charity walk or Christmas campaign to the Fund? Donations in the form of annuities or bequests may be tax deductible. The Eric Bleumink Fund officers will gladly provide more information about the various possibilities and tax benefits .
Alumni days, conferences and other meetings provide very suitable platforms for bringing the Eric Bleumink Fund to the attention of RUG alumni. Please contact us if you need support.
Companies and institutions
Companies and institutions can also support the Fund, for example by organizing a campaign among your employees or by entering into a long-term partnership with us. We will gladly explain the various possibilities to you in person.
For more information about donations, gifts and bequests, please contact Derk Bosker or email@example.com.
IBAN: NL 80 ABNA 056 3098 961
In the name of Stichting Ubbo Emmius Fonds, re: Eric Bleumink Fonds
Statement of account
All donations are for the benefit of the grants. Board, secretariat, administration and fundraising costs are not charged. The Fund’s finances are inspected by Price Waterhouse Coopers accountants. All donors and contacts of the Fund receive a Newsletter twice a year. This Newsletter contains information about the students and young researchers who have received grants and how they are doing.
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