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We’re supported by the Dutch Postcode Lottery

The Prince Claus Fund is grateful for the support of the Dutch Postcode Lottery, which has been a partner of the Fund since 2001.

The support of the Dutch Postcode Lottery is essential for the Prince Claus Fund to realise projects in spaces where resources and opportunities for cultural expression and creative production are limited and cultural heritage is threatened. Since 2001, the Lottery has generously contributed €500,000 annually to the Prince Claus Fund and in 2015, the Lottery announced it would continue this support for 2016-2020. The Fund is grateful to have also received additional funding for the Cultural Defiance Fund (supporting artists in conflict situations), the Sahel Opera (an operatic production of music from the Sahel region) and its Cultural Emergency Response programme (the Fund’s ‘ambulance’ for cultural heritage under threat).  

About the Dutch Postcode Lottery

Since 1989, the Dutch Postcode Lottery has been raising funds to support courageous, pioneering initiatives by organisations working for a fairer, greener world. Fifty percent of its income goes to charity. Since its founding, the lottery has dispensed over €5billion to its beneficiaries.

Thanks to the Postcode Lottery’s 2.8 million participants a total of 341 million euros was distributed among 110 nongovernmental organisations for 2017.

The Dutch Postcode Lottery is part of the Holding Nationale Goede Doelen Loterijen, as are the BankGiro Loterij and the VriendenLoterij. Follow the latest news from the Postcode Lottery on its Facebook page. 

For more information in Dutch, please click here.

Photo: Goed Geld Gala 2017, Royal Theater Carré, Amsterdam. Postcode Lottery Managing Director Michiel Verboven with Prince Claus Fund Communications Officer Sarah Smith and Coordinator Fundraising Liesbeth van Biezen. Photo credit: Roy Beusker Fotografie

We’re supported by the Dutch Postcode Lottery

"our sincerest thanks to the Postcode Lottery and its participants"

Joumana El Zein Khoury, director of the Prince Claus Fund

Postcode Lottery & Prince Claus Fund partnership

Since 2001 the Dutch Postcode Lottery has contributed €500,000 annually to the Prince Claus Fund. In 2004, the Lottery generously allotted €1,500,000 to the Sahel Opera. For four consecutive years, the Lottery contributed an additional €200,000 to the Fund’s Cultural Emergency Response programme from 2007-2011. In 2014, the Prince Claus Fund received €1,110,000 for the Cultural Defiance Fund, to support artists in areas of conflict and extremely difficult circumstances, over a period of two years.

Over the course of this longstanding partnership, the Lottery has contributed a totalof €10.9 million to the Prince Claus Fund. 

This partnership with the Dutch Postcode Lottery also enables the Fund to establish new collaborations with other outstanding organisations. One such collaboration is with the Trust for African Rock Art (TARA), which, together with the Fund’s Cultural Emergency Response programme, aims to halt the destruction of precious rock art sites across the African continent.

The Prince Claus Fund expresses its sincere gratitude to the Dutch Postcode Lottery and all its participants who make our work possible. 

Postcode Lottery & Prince Claus Fund partnership

"Working together since 2001"

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The Prince Claus Fund at the 2017 Goed Geld Gala

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Thank you Postcode Lottery!

Bill Clinton at the Goed Geld Gala 2017

Boudewijn Poelmann' s speech at the 2017 Goed Geld Gala

We’re supported by the Dutch Postcode Lottery

 
 
 
 

We’re supported by the Dutch Postcode Lottery

The Prince Claus Fund is grateful for the support of the Dutch Postcode Lottery, which has been a partner of the Fund since 2001. The support of the Dutch Postcode Lottery is essential for the Prince Claus Fund to realise projects in spaces where resources and opportunities for cultural expression and creative production are limited and cultural heritage is threatened. Since 2001, the Lottery has...