Since 1998, the BankGiro Loterij has made a substantial annual contribution to help the Van Gogh Museum acquire new works for its collection.
The Vincent van Gogh Foundation offers financial support to the museum, facilitating various projects such as research into the collection of 19th-century French prints, the publication of this sub-collection on the Van Gogh Museum website and the acquisition of 91 prints by Camille Pissarro.
The Vincent van Gogh Foundation and the BankGiro Loterij are also two of our founders.
The museum also receives the following support:
The Annenberg Foundation supports the training of a junior researcher.
The AXA Research Fund supports doctoral research into discolouration in Van Gogh’s paintings.
The Bartiméus Fonds supports Feeling Van Gogh, an interactive programme developed especially for blind and partially sighted visitors and their sighted friends, families and carers.
The Blockbusterfonds stimulates cultural entrepreneurship and supported e.g. the blockbuster exhibition Van Gogh & Japan in 2018.
The FIL Foundation supports research into the optimisation of the museum’s visitor capacity.
Fonds 21 supports various special projects and is our partner for Van Gogh Connects, the four-year learning pathway in which the museum researches how it can gain relevance to young Amsterdam residents with a bicultural background. The fund also supports public programmes linked to exhibitions.
Fonds Sluyterman van Loo helps the museum reach vulnerable elderly people through the Elderly meet Van Gogh programme.
The mission of the Japan Foundation is to stimulate international cultural exchange between Japan and other countries. The Japan Foundation supported the exhibition Van Gogh & Japan in 2018.
The Japan World Exposition Commemorative Fund Project (JEC Fund) supported the realisation of the Inspiration from Japan web story.
The M.A.O.C. Gravin van Bylandt Stichting supports various exhibitions and publications, such as the exhibition The Sensation of the Sea (2018-2019) at the Mesdag Collection in The Hague.
The Mondriaan Fonds supports acquisitions and various special projects, such as an international research project working towards the completion of the complete catalogue of Vincent van Gogh’s work.
The PACCAR Foundation supports the technology used in the museum’s conservation studio.
The Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds supports various exhibitions and awarded a scholarship to a curator in 2019.
The Roomsch Catholijk Oude Armen Kantoor (RCOAK) supports the museum’s efforts to reach vulnerable elderly people through the Elderly meet Van Gogh programme.
The Stavros Niarchos Foundation supports Van Gogh at School, our educational platform for primary and secondary schools.
Stichting Sientje van Houten supported the Dutch publication Hendrik Willem Mesdag. Kunstenaar, verzamelaar, entrepreneur (Hendrik Willem Mesdag: artist, collector, entrepreneur).
Stichting Zabawas supports exhibitions and educational projects such as programmes in schools and a project about art transport.
The Turing Foundation supports high-quality projects with strong public appeal, such as the exhibition Van Gogh & Japan in 2018.
Van Ommeren - de Voogt Stichting supported the exhibition The Sensation of the Sea (2018-2019) at the Mesdag Collection in The Hague.
The Rembrandt Association supports various acquisitions, such as the portrait of Felix Auerbach by Edvard Munch.
VSBfonds stimulates encounters between art and people, and therefore supports public programmes linked to exhibitions. The fund also supported the realisation of the redesigned permanent collection at the Van Gogh Museum.