The Kröller-Müller Museum has the status of cultural ANBI organization. Donating to organizations with an ANBI status offers tax advantages.
The Kröller-Müller Museum is registered as a Public Benefit Organization (ANBI) at the Dutch Tax Administration. This means that the museum is not required to pay inheritance tax or death duty on inheritances and donations. Every euro donated will be entirely devoted to the museum. Furthermore, donating to organizations with an ANBI status has certain tax advantages.
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Kröller-Müller Museum Foundation (formerly Rijksmuseum Kröller-Müller)
Registration number in Registry of Companies: 41151198
RSIN/tax number: 002975385
Objective of the organization, as described in the statutes:
1. The objective of the foundation is to programme, maintain and exploit the Kröller-Müller Museum.
2. The Kröller-Müller Museum is a non-profit, permanent institution, in the service of society and its development, open to the public, which acquires, conserves, researches and exhibits the tangible heritage of humanity and its environment for purposes of study, education and enjoyment.
The foundation endeavours to further its objective through:
a. the accumulation, receiving on loan, preservation and enhancement of collections in the field of visual art, and in particular of:
-the collection of Mr and Mrs Kröller-Müller
-international sculpture of the nineteenth and twentieth century and
-international contemporary art
b. the exhibition of parts of the collection in mutual coherence
c. the documentation and scientific research of this collection and publication on this collection
d. taking all steps that are or might be necessary, useful and/or helpful in realizing the objective of the foundation.
4. The foundation is also expected to work in the spirit of its founders and the objective that they envisaged: the creation and maintenance of a monument, which gives a picture of the spirit of the current age, thus for the instruction and enjoyment of society.
5. To achieve its objective, the foundation may enter into relationships with organizations in the Netherlands and abroad that pursue a similar or related objective.
6. The foundation is non-profit.
Management and supervision
The management consists of one director/administrator. The supervisory function is performed by the supervisory board.
Supervisory board: Henriette Bast, Pim van der Feltz, Hans Kamps (chairman), Eric Mackay, Thessa Menssen , Conny Braams and Manfred Sellink.
Remuneration policy management
The supervisory board determines the salary and further working conditions of the director/administrator. The director/administrator receives a salary, which is specifically stated in the management report, in compliance with the Disclosure Act for Publically Financed Top Salaries (WOPT).
Remuneration policy management and supervisory board
Remuneration of management and supervisory board
The members of the supervisory board receive no payment for their work. They are entitled to compensation for costs incurred in the performance of their function (attendance fee).
Remuneration policy personnel
The salary of employees of the Kröller-Müller Museum is in accordance with the wage scales of the CAO Verzelfstandigde Rijksmusea (Collective Wage Agreement for Autonomous State Museums). On 12 December 2018, the parties agreed on an extension of the Collective Wage Agreement for Autonomous State Museums 2016-2018 (Museum CAO 2016-2018) until 1 October 2020. The Museum CAO will be in force from 1 October 2018 to 1 October 2020.
Report of activities
The report of activities undertaken is published in the annual review.
Insight into the financial management
The financial reporting is published in the annual financial statements.