Organisation in Europe and/or internationally

Raising funds transparently in Europe and/or elsewhere in the world.

An organisation based in Europe

Does your association or organisation work for the common good in Europe? Would you like to raise funds to bring to fruition one or more projects?

Thanks to the Foundation’s extensive international network, you can easily fundraise in Europe and elsewhere in the world (USA, Canada and Asia etc.). Your project(s) will gain greater visibility and your donors will be able to benefit from tax advantages in their country of residence.

We are pleased to put our philanthropy infrastructure at your disposal:

An organisation based outside the European Union

Is your not-for-profit association or organisation based outside the European Union? And would you like to raise funds from European donors?

If so, then the European Friends Fund option enables your organisation to raise funds in Europe in order to support specific projects that have a significant impact.

Donations for your organisation can be made:

  • either via the King Baudouin Foundation, which is authorised to issue tax certificates to donors (individuals, businesses and organisations) living in France, the Netherlands, the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and Denmark; .
  • or via Transnational Giving Europe, for donors living in some 15 other European countries. Donations made via this network are also tax-deductible, in line with current legislation of EU member states.


Ludwig Forrest
tel:+32 2 549 02 38

Inspiring engagement! 

Finding healing by building peace for all

KBF Africa Prize

“Peace is so much more than the absence of war.”
Ilwad Elman
Elman Peace

‘Captain Kirk’ sets a course for the King Baudouin Foundation

“I like to compare the KBF to the Starship Enterprise: an institution whose projects, ideas, and solutions offer support where others cannot, or dare not, go."
Brieuc Van Damme
Chief Executive Officer of the KBF

La Pêche miraculeuse regains its original glory

Works of art

“It is rare that works of art were commissioned from Rubens for a specific church, but La Pêche miraculeuse is one such piece."
Wim Hüsken
manager of the restoration project.