Foundation World Outreach Network

Name: Stichting World Outreach Network

RSIN: 823249621

E-mail address: info @
Mailing address: Postweide 121, 4285 DV, Woudrichem

a. Supporting and helping the poor and oppressed worldwide in word and deed.
b. Training and educating the poor and oppressed worldwide to give them a perspective for a better life.
c. Helping and supporting local believers and denominations worldwide in carrying out their activities.
d. The worldwide performance of all further actions that are related to the foregoing in the broadest sense or that are conducive to it.

Policy plan
The foundation tries to achieve its goal by:
a. Forming a network of local believers and denominations with which the need can be mapped out on the spot.
b. Visiting the regions where help is most needed to work with local believers and denominations to plan for help and training
c. Taking care of the promotion and fundraising professionally to win donations for the various local projects.
d. Visiting the local projects to supervise the work and provide training.

a. The foundation is a non-profit organization.
b. The capital of the foundation are provided by

           1. Income from activities of the foundation;
          2. Inheritances, legacies and donations;
          3. Subsidies and contribution;
          4. Revenue from business and other investements;
          5. Any other benefits.

c. The financial year is equal to the calendar year
d. The board is obligated to keep records of the assets of the foundation and everything related to the activities of the foundation as well as the requirements arising from these activities. It keeps the associated books, documents and other data in such a way, that its rights and obligations can be known at all times.
e. The treasurer makes every year before the first of July a financial report. The secretary makes every year a report of the activities in the last financial year. These reports are annual reports of the foundation.
f. The board can appoint an expert to check the financial statements.
g. The board makes annually in December at the latest a budget for the next financial year.

a. The board members don’t get a reward for their activities.
b. The board can (by exception) grant a member with an allowance because of his investment and time which was more than usual connected to his function. This decision will only be taken by unanimous votes and is written and signed by every board member. This decision can be revised at any time by simple majority decision.
c. The expenses incurred by board members are reimbursed, the relevant board member can waive this in favor of the foundation.
d. Commercial or professional deliveries, activities or services by a board member to or for the benefit of the foundation require the prior written consent of all other board members. The same applies if the board member has an indirect interest in these deliveries, activities or services.

Board composition
a. The foundation is represented by the board, as well as by two members of the board acting jointly with the functions of chairman, secretary and / or treasurer.
b. The daily management of the foundation consists of a number to be determined by the board of at least three and at most seven members of the board, including at least the chairman, the secretary and the treasurer.

Names of the board
Chairman: V. Fiege
Treasurer: W. Fiege
Secretary: M. Wisse
General board member: Vacant
General board member: Vacant

Advisory board
K. Kant, D. de Graaf, R. Veenstra, H. Fiege, K. van Twillert

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