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The Anne Frank House does not receive any government subsidies for the museum, and is almost entirely dependent on museum visits for its income: revenues generated by the museum cover more than ninety-five percent of the annual budget. The primary activities of the Anne Frank House are financed in this way.

Former managing director Kleis Broekhuizen and executive director Ronald Leopold receiving a cheque from Marieke van Schaik, managing director of the BankGiro Lottery, with current managing director Garance Reus-Deelder at the far right, at the ‘Good Money Gala’ 2012. (Photo: Roy Beusker)