Support The Catboat
Talking about money .... Without your donation, we cannot buy food or toys for the cats, heat the boats or, in fact, do anything. We receive no local or national government assistance, so we are entirely dependent upon your donations. Please help us.
Naturally, you can make a donation in person if you visit de Poezenboot (the Catboat). But you can also transfer money to our bank account NL82 INGB 0005 0855 15, or even set up a standing order. This is also possible via Paypal. Or consider one of the other ways of helping us listed below.
You can consider becoming a donor You will of course be kept informed of the ups and downs of the Poezenboot through our newspaper, which you receive twice a year. You can already be a donor for only 25 euros a year, all you have to do is sign up. The easiest way to do that is via the website. You give us the assignment and you decide how much and how often you make a donation. Adjusting or deregistering is arranged with 1 e-mail. If you do not have Internet, please call us. Mailing via 'paper' post is also a solution.
Regular donation You can ask your lawyer to draw up a Deed of Gift in which you undertake to donate a amount to Stichting de Poezenboot (the Catboat).
Donations should be made to ING bank in the name of Stichting de Poezenboot, Amsterdam. Our international bank account number (IBAN) is "NL82 INGB 0005085515" and our bank identifier code (BIC or SWIFT number) is "INGB NL 2A". Our ING bank address: ING, Postbox 1800, 1000 BV Amsterdam, Nederland. You can also donate via Paypal.
Please also remember De Poezenboot (the Catboat) when drawing up your will. It is even possible to state what purpose you wish your bequest to be used for. For example, accommodation, veterinary costs, boat maintenance, and so on.
In your will, state "I bequeath, free of rights and costs, the sum of ……to de Poezenboot of Amsterdam, the Netherlands." Legal advisers can assist you with any queries you have about bequests, so please do not hesitate to contact us.
Again, arrangements may differ for non-residents of the Netherlands. Ask your lawyer how to make a bequest to de Poezenboot (the Catboat).