Amare is more than just a theatre. It is a home for young and emerging talent and for renowned artists from The Hague and far beyond. Together we are building a house that inspires through performing arts from all cultures. With your help, we are able to create a stage that belongs to everyone, where professional performers and students can shine alike! Discover how you can support Amare:
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An ANBI (public benefit institution) is exempt from gift tax. Supporting Amare can therefore be financially favourable, as your gift is deductible from your income or corporate tax.
As a private benefactor, you are entitled to a deduction on your income tax filing. The deductible amount depends on the type of gift. A donation to a cultural ANBI may always be increased by 25%. This means that you can deduct 125% of your donation from your taxable income, to a maximum increase of € 1250. The additional increase applies for periodic donations and for ordinary (one-off) donations.
For ordinary donations, the deductible amount is subject to a threshold and an upper limit. The threshold is 1% of your threshold income with a minimum of € 60, and you can deduct up to a maximum of 10% of your threshold income.
To receive a higher tax benefit, without a threshold or upper limit, you can record a periodic donation agreement. This agreement establishes that you will donate a certain amount of money annually, for at least five years. This donation is fully deductible from your income tax.