Chamber of Commerce number: 82555702
Bank account number
NL25RABO 0372662935 in the name of foundation weWorship
phone number 0653489239
The board of the foundation consists of
Chairman: H. W. van Beijnum, Lisse
Secretary: J. van der Weerd, Amsterdam
Treasurer: M. T. van Duijn, Amsterdam
Main features of the policy plan
The objective of weWorship Foundation is articulated in Article 2 of the bylaws:
WeWorship Foundation intends to undertake the following activities during the period April 2021 through April 2023 to achieve this goal
With the objective and all associated activities, the weWorship foundation makes a positive contribution to society. The weWorship foundation does this by inspiring, supporting and stimulating the target group in personal growth and the propagation of the Christian core values by making a positive contribution to society. In addition, weWorship Foundation is involved in initiatives and organizations that provide practical help to vulnerable groups in society. This contribution to the common good will be primarily in Amsterdam, as the activities of the weWorship foundation are now primarily in Amsterdam. In the future, the activities of the weWorship foundation will be organized in several locations in the Netherlands and the social contribution will be expanded.
WeWorship Foundation will spend its assets in accordance with its statutory objectives. In doing so, weWorship Foundation does not hold any assets without a specific use for them or more assets than are reasonably necessary for the continuity of the foundation. No person or legal entity has decisive control within the weWorship foundation. No person or legal entity may dispose of the assets of the weWorship Foundation as if they were its own assets.
As articulated in Article 4.6 of the Bylaws, members of the Board do not receive any remuneration for their work. However, the foundation may decide to reimburse board members for expenses incurred in the performance of their duties if desired. Compensation for hiring professionals is in line with rates for services in the Christian meetings industry, depending on education, experience, age and responsibility.
Utilization of surplus on dissolution
In accordance with Article 12.6 of the Articles of Association, any surplus funds remaining after the dissolution of the weWorship Foundation will be used for the benefit of a public benefit organization with a similar objective or a foreign organization that exclusively or almost exclusively aims to achieve public benefit and that has a similar objective.
In accordance with Article 9 of the Articles of Association, the books of the Foundation shall be closed at the end of each financial year. The treasurer shall draw up a balance sheet and a statement of income and expenditure for the financial year which has ended, which documents shall be submitted to the board within six months after the end of the financial year. Financial statements will be published online on the weWorship Foundation website at www.weworship.nl/anbi after each fiscal year.
WeWorship Foundation fulfills its publication obligation through the website www.weworship.nl/anbi.
The 2021 and 2022 annual financial report can be downloaded via the buttons below.