Tibet House Holland Foundation “T.H.H.”, Museum of Contemporary Tibetan Art ‘or also known as MOCTA’ are a ‘cultural ANBI’. An ANBI is an institution for general benefit. An institution can only be an ANBI if it is at least 90% committed to public benefit.
Policy plan Museum of Contemporary Tibetan Art
Strategy plan Museum of Contemporary Tibetan Art
Tax benefit for donors of a cultural ANBI
ANBI status brings tax benefits and is therefore advantageous for donors. This applies to both single and periodic donations. Donors to an ANBI may, under certain conditions, deduct their donations from income or corporate tax.
Museum of Contemporary Tibetan Art does not have to pay tax on donations and inheritances received. This allows us to use the donated money 100% for our intended purposes.
ANBI Museum of Contemporary Tibetan Art
- Maintaining the Museum of Contemporary Tibetan Art
- To collect, loan and manage objects relating to Tibetan and
Buddhist artefacts, traditional Thangka paintings and ancient scriptures derived from the sacred Buddhist sutras
- Maintaining, keeping on loan, managing and improving the collection thus accumulated
collection, as well as the conservation of objects belonging to the aforementioned collection;
- Making the public aware of the objects described, as well as informing the public about the
informing the public about the manufacture of the aforementioned objects, the social and cultural backgrounds associated with these objects and the periods in which these objects were manufactured;
- Presenting parts of the collection in their mutual context;
- Also everything that is directly or indirectly related to the above or can be
all in the broadest sense of the word.
Monthly meetings take place among the board members of Tibet House Foundation Holland.
Tibet House Holland Foundation
7811 EP Emmen
Hoofdstraat 16C, Emmen, Rensenpark
Telephone: +31 6 2029 9125
Chamber of Commerce number: 51447150
Board, Advisory Board and volunteers perform their work without financial remuneration.