Become a friend

Being a museum, a Memorial and a documentation centre we have large  ambitions and zeals. Although we can count on subsidies and on some other kinds of income, we can only realize our operational and ambitious plans with your support. Specifically, we use  your contribution for our collection management and scientific historical research, own publications, educational programs and temporary exhibitions. So your support  has a direct and immediate impact on the operation of Kazerne Dossin.
With your support we realize:
• with € 90    digitizing of 4 archives, 9 photos and 150 documents
• With € 125 we develop an educational package for 500 pupils
• With € 300 we can complete our memorial wall with 1 picture
Anyone can become a friend of the Kazerne Dossin and can profit by numerous benefits. Every contribution counts, in spite of the amount or formula you choose. The fact that you give us your support in promoting human rights and in maintaining the memory of the Holocaust means a lot to us.
YOUNG FRIEND: EUR 25 (and EUR 40 for two) < 30 years old
FRIEND: EUR 60 (and EUR 90 for two)
SUPPORTING FRIEND: EUR 300 (and EUR 500 for two)
PATRON FRIEND: EUR 1,000 (also for two)
BENEFACTOR FRIEND: from EUR 5,000 (also for two)
How to become a friend?

STEP 1: Complete the online form ‘Registration Friend of Kazerne Dossin’ or contact Veerle Vanden Daelen (General Director a.i. & Curator)   .

STEP 2: pay the amount selected by you to:
IBAN: BE46 7310 2538 1336
specifying (or in comments box) ‘Friend Kazerne Dossin + year + formula + your name’.

STEP 3: once we have received your payment, we will immediately send you written confirmation with your 'Friends Pass' (valid for 1 year from date of registration - date on letter of confirmation). If required, we will include your contact details in our communication channels so that you are kept informed of the latest developments and upcoming events.

PLEASE NOTE: your membership as Friend of the Kazerne does NOT entitle you to a tax certificate. A donation via the Koning Boudewijn Foundation does: click here for more info.