Finance

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The Anne Frank House is almost entirely dependent on museum visits for its income: the primary activities of the Anne Frank House are financed in this way. For the financing of major initiatives in the museum, and our educational projects in the Netherlands and abroad, our organisation relies on contributions from a variety of funds, donors and grant-giving bodies. For our primary museum activities we do not receive subsidies.

Examples of project support

  • The Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport supports the development of educational projects in the Netherlands and a European Holocaust education project.
  • The Ministry of Foreign Affairs supports a number of international activities, such as the presentation of the Anne Frank exhibition in Georgia.
  • Dutch embassies in various countries support the international travelling exhibition.
  • The Anne Frank House has been a beneficiary of BankGiro Lottery funding since 2007, receiving €200,000 per year. So, for example, the Anne Frank House was able to acquire the Schildkraut Collection partly thanks to a contribution from the BankGiro Lottery.
  • The international development organisation HIVOS supports an educational project in Peru, where a supplementary programme of workshops on human rights, tolerance and cultural diversity has been organised to accompany the Anne Frank exhibition.
  • Scientific and historical research into the manuscripts of Anne Frank is carried out with financial support from the VSB Fund and the Prince Bernhard Cultural Fund.
  • The National Committee for 4 and 5 May also supports our educational work, for example digital learning materials and citizenship education programmes.
  • The members of the Rabobank, through the Rabobank Amsterdam cooperative fund, have contributed to the development of ‘The Friendship’, an educational graphic novel aimed at combating prejudice. The SNS Reaal Fund and the Ymere Foundation have also contributed to this project.
Young people at the Anne Frank exhibition in Peru.

Balance on 31 December (after profit appropriation)


Assets (in Euros) 31 December 2012 31 December 2011
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A. Non-Current Assets    
I. Tangible fixed assets    
1. Renovations (museum alterations) 374.987 233.221
2. Inventorys 451.991 631.463
3. Machinery and equipment 46.471 144.511
  873.449 1.009.195
B. Current Assets    
I. Inventory 395.323 535.313
II. Receivables 610.418 699.980
III. Accrued revenue 551.687 515.862
IV. Liquid assets 2.929.909 2.156.580

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Total Assets

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5.360.785

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4.914.930

     

 


 

Liabilities (in Euros) 31 December 2012 31 December 2011
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C. Equity Capital

I. General reserves

 

2.193.631

 

2.193.631

     
D. Short-Term Debts    
I. Creditors 1.076.787 846.679

II. Payroll tax, social contributions, insurance and pensions

234.220 228.249
III. Grants and project funds still available 1.143.756 803.661
IV. Accrued expenses 712.391 842.710
     
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Total Liabilities 5.360.785 4.914.930

Profit and Loss Statement (in Euros)


  2012 2011
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E. Gross Profits    
I. Museum entry fees 8.575.450 7.687.475
II. Revenue from sales and/or services 2.032.868 1.961.134
III. Subsidies 263.636 260.066
IV. Revenue from projects and activities (incl. project subsidies) 2.895.541 2.522.164
V. Other revenue 0 0
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Total 13.767.495 12.430.839
     
F. Costs    
I. Costs of goods sold 871.255 811.330
II. Personnel 4.996.941 4.941.434

III. Depreciation of fixed assets

464.188 443.592
IV. Projects and activities 4.727.584 3.493.041
V. Additional operating costs 2.738.456 2.764.639
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  13.798.423 12.454.037
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Profit before financial income and expenses - 30.928 -23.198
     

G. Financial Income and Expenses

 

 

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 I. Interest received 30.982 23.198

II. Interest paid

Profit from ordinary activities

0

0

0

0

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Result 0 0