ANBI (Public Benefit Institution)
mHS Global Impact is a not-for-profit organization established under the laws of The Netherlands as a Foundation (Stichting).
It is recognised as a Public Benefit Institution ANBI (Algemeen Nut Beogende Instelling) by the Dutch Tax Authority (Belastingdienst). The ANBI status means that all donations made to stichting mHS Global Impact are deductible from taxable income. For more information, visit www.anbi.nl.
Address: Frans Halslaan 101, 3723ED Bilthoven, NL
Trade Register of the Dutch Chamber of Commerce: 75415372
RSIN (Rechtspersonen Samenwerkingsverbanden Informatie Nummer): 8602.74.664
The Board of the Foundation consists of:
Randolph de Cuba - Chairman (email@example.com)
Mukta Naik - Secretary (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Daniel de Rooij - Treasurer (email@example.com)
Board members receive no remuneration for their work. They have the right to request compensation for costs incurred, such as travel expenses or telephone costs, or compensation related to their programmatic roles.
mHS Global Impact seeks to improve the quality of life and habitat of low income communities globally by promoting more inclusive, sustainable and disaster-resilient buildings and cities.
It tackles this goal by focusing on research and development and innovation through:
Design and development of digital products and services
Design of affordable and resilient building solutions based on locally available skills and materials
Capacity building of construction workers, homeowners, and organizations
Program management, consultancies, collaboration and exchanges
The Foundation’s scope is to pilot and scale projects of disaster resilient housing leveraging and building on innovations in digital technology for improved organisational effectiveness and last mile delivery of technical services.
Program activities include:
Program Development and Fundraising: Partnerships to raise resources for innovations- pilot and scaling in new geographies both in India and globally.
Developing & delivering modules for best practices for masons and low-income households, budgeting information, financial literacy on home-construction processes. Focus on user friendly digital content in collaboration with partners.
Institutional Capacity Building: Empowering NGOs, micro-housing finance agencies to adopt digital technology through trainings and pilots.
Research, Knowledge Management and Sharing: Organise and coordinate with Institutions, publications on disaster resilient housing and attendance and participation in events such as United Nations Disaster Risk Reduction, Accelerating Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
The Foundation will hire expertise including Program Management, Fundraising and Technical staff to carry out the above activities. It is also expected to work with Partners and engage service providers such as for software development.
The Fundraising activities would be through (indicative):
Grant Funding from Corporates, Foundations and Multilateral/Bilateral governmental agencies;
Strategic Partnerships with Social housing enterprises and other humanitarian agencies; and
Technical engagements and service consulting agreements for disaster resilient housing
The budget for the year [April 2020- March 2021] is expected to be Euro 200,000.
mHS’s financial statements are drafted by TaxNeth:
The last Standard Form for Fundraising Institutions (“Standaardformulier publicatieplicht Fondswervende instellingen” for 2022 can be found here.