Sensing Clues Foundation
Sensing Clues Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation, officially registered in the Netherlands as Stichting Sensing Clues with RSIN/fiscal number 858159752 and Chamber of Commerce Number 70140707 (Amsterdam).
Sensing Clues Foundation is officially registered as ANBI (Public Benefit Organisation) by the Dutch tax authorities. An institution can be qualified as a Public Benefit Organisation solely when at least 90% of the institutions efforts are focused on the general good. It also provides a number of tax advantages to donors, and requires the foundation to comply with specific administrative and transparency requirements.
Sensing Clues Foundation has offices in Amsterdam (HQ) and Nieuwegein (maker space), the Netherlands. Sensing Clues can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Sensing Clues Supervisory Board consists of four people:
Prof. dr. Herbert Prins | Chair
Rob van Grieken | Board Member
Ir. Peter Hagedoorn | Board Member
Dr. Louis Vertegaal | Board Member
Projects and daily operations are managed by:
Mission: turning wild spaces into safe havens!
The object of the foundation is to develop make available technology, techniques, and expertise to promote the protection and safeguarding of nature and nature conservation areas, plants and animals.
The Foundation shall attempt to achieve the above object by, inter alia:
Entering into partnerships with organisations and individuals which/who, on the basis of their (special) knowledge, skills, technology, and/or resources, are willing and able to contribute to said object;
Devising and implementing (technical and tactical) solutions that contribute directly or indirectly to the said object;
Providing information, training, and support that contribute directly or indirectly to the said object; and
as well as everything legally permitted that pertains, directly or indirectly, to the above or can be conducive thereto, all in the widest sense of the words.
The Foundation does not intend to generate profits.
Solution & Sponsoring Partners: we actively seek and select partners to advance our mission. These include research partners, field support partners, technology providers, legal advisors, and sponsors.
Technologies: we make available technologies for the conservation of ecosystems and the protection of flora and fauna. Some technologies are own developments (SERVAL, Cluey App), others are shared or retrieved from partners. We are lowering the cost of integration, ownership, use, and support, by working with our Solution Partners on a modular “system of systems” that can easily be adapted to fit local conditions.
Earnings stem from support fees, donations, heritage, project grants, and other sources of income.
Annual Reports & Statutes
Sensing Clues Foundation has formally been founded on 22 November 2017. The first annual report includes 2017 and 2018. Annual reports and Statutes are available on request