Annual report 2014

About Angel’s Garden

Angel’s Garden is a young foundation established on 8 June 2007 and domiciled in
Purmerend (Netherlands). Our mission is to help handicapped adolescents and chronically ill children in Suriname who are falling between two stools. For these young people no day,
night, or weekend care is available. This makes them dependent on their families and restricts their social contacts. Angel’s Garden wants to provide a home for them to break the barriers of their social exclusion.

This annual Report is on the 16th of March 2015 approved by the board of Angel’s Garden.

Board and meetings

In 2014 the board of Angel’s Garden assembled seven times.

Survey of important events.


* The parcel has been deflorest. Around july 2015 we hope to start preparing the parcel for construction and building. You can follow the construction process on the website. We will post pictures of the latest developments on a regular basis.

*The foundation now has an ANBI-registration. ANBI stands for Algemeen Nut Beogende Instelling, which means Public Benefit Foundation. Helping a public benefit foundation
can be fiscale attractive. This status is very important to the foundation and the donators. Donators can find any information needed on the website of the tax authorities. The Maagdenhuis.
*The contacts with the Maagdenhuis remain positive. Officespace in Amsterdam 
*We have moved to our mailing address since april 2014. Related to saving money.


June 18th, 2014 Ms. Glenda Uhlenbeek (employee of the neighborhood center E Wijks in Osdorp) has thrown a dinner, which was approved by the board of Angel’s Garden, for the
benefit of Angel’s Garden. Everyone could join this evening for a total of fifteen euros. It was a very lovely evening. Unfortunately, Ms. Glenda Uhlenbeek has used the donated sum of money, which was given to us by citizens who were supportive of the cause, for her own benefits. The board of Angel’s Garden has filed a complaint with the local authority, given the fact that the local authorities had granted Ms. Uhlenbeek a total of € 4000,- with the goal of organizing festivities during the Keti Koti festival. Today, almost a year has passed and the foundation still hasn’t seen any of the donated money. The board has taken necessary measures to make sure we still receive the donated money. This is not a pleasant experience for the foundation.We still thank all donators for supporting the project.


Thank to all citizens for there financial support. This support is much needed.


We have several applications, ready to get sent. The Maagdenhuis has officially agreed to financially support the organization with the construction of the project.


See appendix


Planning 2013

* Expanding our social network
* Starting to prepare the parcel for construction
* Send out subsidies
* Organize activities with the board

This annual report was accepted by the board on 16th March 2015.