Would you like to contribute to better health for people from low(er) income countries, also in the future? You can, with a gift in your will to the KIT Scholarship Fund.
Of course you first want to take care of your loved ones. But maybe you can consider to give something to the KIT Scholarship Fund as well. With just 1% of your legacy we can train more health professionals from low income countries. And help thousands and thousands with better health!
No inheritance tax
The Kit Scholarship Fund is an ANBI and doesn’t pay any inheritance tax. Your legacy will be fully used to train future leaders in international health and contribute to a better health in low income countries.
Information for your sollicitor
You have to go to a notary to make a will in the Netherlands. Your notary needs the following information: Stichting KIT Fonds, Mauritskade 64, 1092 AD Amsterdam. Subscription at Kamer van Koophandel Amsterdam, number: 58344837.
Beneficiary or legacy
As a resident of the Netherlands, you can name the KIT Scholarship Fund in your will as beneficiary (‘erfstelling’), or leave a bequest or legacy (‘legaat’). This can be a percentage of your assets, an amount of money, even a good (e.g. a house or painting). Your solicitor can advise you about the best options.
If you live in another country, please ask a solicitor about the rules and possibilities regarding legacies. Would you first want to talk to us about your options? Please contact Fiona Hoogveld: +31 (0)20 – 568 8207. You can also send an e-mail to email@example.com.
Please keep in touch
Do you have a gift for the KIT Scholarship Fund in your will? If you let us know, we will keep you informed about the work you want to contribute to, in a way that fits you. Of course you are free to change your will in the future, without any explanation to us.
We will always respect your privacy and we will not ask about the amount of your gift. And we promise you that we will do our best to spend your gift as good as possible, according to your will.