The many activities of the National Youth Orchestra of the Netherlands (NJO) would not be possible without the support of local and provincial government, funds, sponsors, the "Friends of the NJO" and collaborating partners. Private individuals can also support us by making a donation! Every donation benefits NJO through the National Youth Orchestras of the Netherlands (officially registered as Stichting Nationale Jeugdorkesten Nederland [NJON]), the organisation behind NJO.
You can donate by transferring an amount of your choice to bank account number NL90 INGB 0004 5442 08 payable to Stichting NJON stating "Donation NJO" *). NJON is an "Algemeen Nut Beogende Instelling" or ANBI (Dutch charitable status), which makes a donation tax deductible. You can find more information about this on the ANBI page of NJON (only available in Dutch). Also read our page about donations and bequests.
Organisations that support us
In addition to the income from ticket sales for the concerts and events we organise, we are very grateful for the financial support of a large number of parties. See who they are on the following pages:
We also work together, sometimes for many years, with various partners who help make the NJO Muziekzomer Gelderland, the NJO Winter Tours and special projects possible. Together with these partners, we develop the many productions for and with our musicians and we are able to create groundbreaking performances for a broadly interested audience. We really appreciate our volunteers, who do an incredible amount of work behind the scenes during the NJO Muziekzomer Gelderland in particular. Read more about our partners and volunteers on the pages below:
Specific information about the support we receive for the NJO Muziekzomer Gelderland can be found at www.muziekzomer.nl/steun-ons (only available in Dutch).
*) You can also donate to the NJON Foundation by stating "Donation NJON". The donation will then benefit all NJON activities. For more information about this see the page Orkesten en Muziekzomer (only available in Dutch) on the NJON website.