Frequently Asked Questions

Can I email the foundation?

If you would like more information about Morogoro Support Foundation (MSF), please contact Henk de Boer:

Who benefits from my donation?

With your support, the Morogoro Support Foundation can make structural changes that will lead to better care in Tanzania and thus increase people's life expectancy. With your help, we can sponsor training, purchase materials, facilitate new construction and make improvements to current buildings that are severely outdated.

More importantly, the people of Mikumi and surrounding villages will have access to healthcare and health education, something every global citizen should be able to count on.

To which bank account do I transfer money (once only)?

Your financial contribution can be transferred to bank account NL25ABNA0513906207, in the name of Morogoro Support Foundation.

Are there examples of one-off donations?

An amount of €3000 is sufficient to train a nurse pratitioner (four-year training including salary costs)

An amount of €30 will help a mobile clinic visit a village in a remote area.

Borehole St. Agnes Lugono of €9,000 This clinic is almost without water because the existing borehole is almost dry.

X-ray machine St. Kizito mikumi € 10,200,- In April 2018, the X-ray machine in St. Kizito broke down. It is not repairable and it is not possible to take X-ray photos from that date.

Shipping container to Mikumi € 11,500 Filled with superfluous materials from Alrijne, clothing and tools for Tanzania

Training costs for staff of the hospital € 15,000 - Every year MSF pays the follow-up training costs for a number of staff members of St Kizito.

How do I become a recurring donor?

Download the form periodic cash donation from the Tax Office here, print it out, fill it in and send it (in duplicate!) to: Morogoro Support Foundation, Rijndijk 111, 2394 AE Hazerswoude. We will then complete and sign the agreement and you will receive a copy back from us.

Can I arrange a direct debit?

Download this Inland Revenue payment proxy form, print it out, fill it in and send it with the Periodic Donation Form. You only need to send 1 copy of this form to us.

Where can I find more information about the tax deduction periodic payments?

Donations to ANBIs are tax deductible if they exceed a certain amount (the total of all your donations must be at least 1% and may not exceed 10% of your gross income). An exception to this is a committed periodic donation. A defined periodic donation is 100% tax-deductible for everyone, for the entire amount. With a periodic donation, you donate a fixed amount annually, for a period of at least five years. Since 1 January 2014, you can record a periodic donation via a private donation agreement between you and the receiving ANBI (without the intervention of a notary). More information on donations to an ANBI and the tax authorities

Where can I find information for income tax returns?

Companies and entrepreneurs can deduct tax from €227. However, the deductible amount may not exceed 6% of annual profit.

Morogoro Support Foundation's RSIN/tax number is: 28077150.

A transaction number only applies to an Agreement Periodic Cash Gift ", or private agreement, recorded without the intervention of a notary. From 1 January 2014, it is possible to record such a periodic donation agreement with us. The transaction number of that agreement is listed on the Periodic Gift Agreement, the original of which you have received back from us (the transaction number is above the RSIN number).

Please note: if you hold an annuity deed drawn up by a notary, there is no transaction number.

How do I include a donation in my will?

A bequest is a certain amount of money left to a person or institution that is recorded in a will. If you wish to remember Morogoro Support Foundation Child Support Mikumi, you can have this wish recorded in your will. In doing so, you can choose to include the term free of duty in your will. This means that inheritance tax is paid from the total estate and not by the beneficiary. For amounts lower than about €8,284, no inheritance tax is due (see bottom of this page). If the amount is higher, Morogoro Support Foundation is obliged to pay 11% inheritance tax on the entire amount.

An inheritance is an appointment of a person or legal entity as heir to the estate. When you appoint Morogoro Support Foundation as heir, you choose to bequeath your assets to it. An inheritance refers to your entire estate = total assets minus debts. If you remember Morogoro Support Foundation in your will, we share the balance of your estate with your other heirs. This is after deducting bequests and expenses, such as inheritance tax. Up to an amount of around €8,284 (see insert), the foundation does not have to pay inheritance tax. For higher amounts, the 11% rate again applies.

Legacies and inheritances are laid down in a will. Questions about a will are best answered by a notary, who can then also take your own situation into account. The notary also has leaflets on inheritance law.

Would you like to know more? Our secretariat can send you a standard act for an annuity donation and give you the name of the notary who can pass the act at a greatly reduced rate.

What does '10trees' stand for?

Ten beautiful trees at St Kizito Hospital have served as inspiration for this website. 10 Trees is also how it is called by some. Kizito hospital is located near Mikimu and is about a 1-hour drive from Morogoro. The foundation uses '' to bring the hospitals in that area to the attention of donors.

Who is on the board of the foundation?

Chairman: Yvonne Wilders, chairman of the Alrijne Executive Board
Treasurer: Peter Aanhane, business controller Alrijne
Secretary: Henk de Boer, technician
Board member: Simke de Jong, accommodation & technology manager Alrijne
Board member: Oscar Langezaal, former surgeon
Board member: Alex van der Lecq, Physician assistant ED LUMC
Board member: Eliane Leyten, Internist HMC
Board member: Michel Visser, surgeon ZMC

The board receives no remuneration and the board members' travel expenses to Tanzania are paid by themselves.

What is your privacy policy?

We are aware that you place your trust in us. We therefore see it as our responsibility to protect your privacy. On this page, we let you know what data we collect when you use our website, why we collect this data and how we use it to improve your user experience. This way you understand exactly how we work.

This privacy policy applies to the services of the MSF You should be aware that the MSF is not responsible for the privacy policies of other sites and sources. By using this website, you indicate your acceptance of the privacy policy. The MSF respects the privacy of all users of its site and ensures that the personal information you provide to us is treated confidentially.

Our use of collected data:

When you send email or other communications to us, we may retain those communications. Sometimes we will ask you for your personal data relevant to the situation at hand. This enables us to process your queries and respond to your requests. The data will be stored on MSF's own secure servers or those of a third party. We will not combine this data with other personal data in our possession.

We collect data for research purposes in order to better understand our visitors so that we can tailor our services accordingly. This website uses cookies (text files placed on your computer) to help the website analyse how users use the site. The information generated by the cookie about your use of the website may be transferred to MSF's own secure servers or those of a third party. We use this information to track how you use the website, to compile reports on website activity and to find other invvoative ways for promotoies relating to website activity and internet usage.

We do not collect or use information for purposes other than those described in this privacy policy unless we have obtained your prior consent to do so.

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This privacy statement is tailored to the use of and features on this site. Any adjustments and/or changes to this site, may result in changes to this privacy statement. It is therefore advisable to consult this privacy statement regularly.

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