Make a Donation
Support our work of building bridges between the cultures, spiritual traditions, and generations by sending your donation to:
Stichting Jewish Institute for Human Values (JIHV)
Account number: 220.127.116.116
at F. van Lanschot Bankiers in The Hague
Hooge Steenweg 29,
5211 JN te ’s-Hertogenbosch,
IBAN number: NL10FVLB0225754436
BIC: FVLBNL 22
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The Soetendorp Institute is officially recognized as a charitable organization under Dutch civil law – in Dutch: Algemeen Nut Beogende Instelling, ANBI ("General Benefit Organization"). The ANBI status has been granted in 2001 by the Dutch Tax Administration, This means that all donations to the Soetendorp Institute are tax reductible.
KvK nummer: 2719860
The Soetendorp Institute envisions a movement based on the peaceful and compassionate collaboration of people from different religions, cultures, countries and sectors of society that galvanizes individuals and countries to create just and sustainable communities in which the divine in all of us and in all creation is revered, respected and cherished.
We are guided by the universal principle, which in the Jewish faith is expressed in the imperative of tikkun olam, repairing a world that is broken, for those in need, for ourselves and our future. We strive to be an inspiration, a call to action, and to act as a catalyst, multiplier and connector, helping lead individuals, societies and countries, beginning with our own, on a path of promise, justice, respect, dignity and peace.
The mission of the Jacob Soetendorp Institute for Human Values is to:
• Protect the Earth
• Work towards social and economic justice
• Build Peace and foster Reconciliation
• Promote interfaith and intergenerational dialogue
• Improve the lives of children worldwide
The board of the Soetendorp Institute currently consists of four members and there is currently a vacancy for the position of the treasurer:
J. M. Prague (chairperson and treasurer)
Mr. Rabbi I. Goldberg (secretary of the board)
Mr. J. Koopman (boardmember)
Mr. Prof. R. Smits (boardmember)
The Soetendorp Institute currently employs one part time staff person.
Policy / Priority Activities for 2014:
1) To advance the organizational development of the Global Interfaith WASH Alliance (GIWA), which aims to mobilize the world's religions for accelerating Water, Sanitation and Hygiene projects worldwide.
2) To support the unprecedented international "MasterPeace" campaign, which will host concerts for world peace in over 60 countries on World Peace Day - September 21st, 2014.