Company/SME

Would you like your business to get involved effectively for the common good and make a positive social impact?

There are more and more companies and SMEs getting involved with social projects related to their business, their corporate objectives or the commitment of their employees. As well as the contribution it makes to one or more good causes, corporate philanthropy is an effective means of promoting a company’s values and image, while also benefitting from tax advantages.

Making a financial donation, patronage in kind or skills: corporate philanthropy can take various forms. Whether you wish to act locally, in Europe and/or internationally, our Philanthropy Centre can develop a made-to-measure solution together with you, which is adapted to meet your objectives. We are happy to put our many years of experience, our expertise, and our extensive network at your disposal.

Which solution to choose to bring your philanthropic project to fruition?

Read about some of our philanthropic tools. We remain entirely at your disposal to adapt any of them to your project.

  • Corporate Fund: establish a partnership with the King Baudouin Foundation for your philanthropic activities.
  • Charity account: benefit from (donor advised) support for your philanthropic activities.
  • Philanthropic action for SMEs: support a project of common interest, or one or more specific organisations.
  • Mission/initiative support: entrust a specific mission to the Foundation or contribute to one of the Foundation’s initiatives.

Support a local project

Community philanthropy is another interesting way for your business of getting involved for the common good.

Your company can support one or more good causes in its region, thereby strengthening its local roots, by making a donation to one or more existing philanthropic initiatives, via a

Your business can also contribute to regional development through a Regional Fund.

Receiving donations from abroad to support your philanthropic initiative

Donors (businesses, organisations and individuals) based in France, the Netherlands, the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and Denmark can make a donation directly to the philanthropic initiative of your business via the King Baudouin Foundation, while also benefitting from the fiscal advantages in the country of residence. We take care of issuing a tax certificate for the countries concerned.

Our international network also enables your philanthropic initiative to raise funds from other countries in Europe and/or elsewhere in the world.

 

Make a donation

Would your company/SME like to contribute to one of the Funds managed by the King Baudouin Foundation, a project account, or a particular activity of the Foundation, in Belgium or abroad? If so, there is a safe and fast way to do so.

Need any advice?

Thanks to our expertise of over 30 years and our extensive network, our Centre for Philanthropy can help you to clarify your wishes and plan, organise, manage and evaluate the impact of your project.

Our philanthropy advisers are always on hand. They are ready to inform and support you, particularly in relation to legal, fiscal and administrative aspects. Thanks to their position of independence and their pragmatism, they help you to bring your philanthropic engagement to fruition, at all times and always with the aim of doing more philanthropy and doing it better, together.

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