Are you a true Van Gogh devotee? Join The Sunflower Collective, the museum’s dedicated circle of patrons. Patrons receive invitations to exclusive events and support an exceptional exhibition every year.
The Sunflower Collective takes its name from one of Vincent van Gogh’s most famous works: Sunflowers. He painted them in Arles in the South of France in 1888 and 1889. Sunflowers held a special significance for Vincent – they symbolised inspiration, friendship and gratitude: three notions that form the foundations of this circle of friends.
The Sunflower Collective is a passionate group of supporters who facilitate an exceptional exhibition at the Van Gogh Museum every year.
Keen to join others to enjoy the art of Van Gogh and his contemporaries? For an annual contribution of € 1,000, patrons receive a range of benefits:
- All Vincent’s Friends benefits;
- Four complimentary entrance tickets for use by family or friends;
- Invitations to exhibition openings;
- Invitation to The Sunflower Collective Dinner;
- Acknowledgement in the Annual Report, if desired;
- The catalogue for the exhibition realised with the support of The Sunflower Collective;
- InnerCircle newsletter, containing information about exhibitions and other museum activities.
Dutch Gift and Inheritance Tax Act
Would you like to support the Van Gogh Museum long-term? You may be interested in making periodic contributions through an annuity. Under the Dutch Gift and Inheritance Tax Act, you receive an annual deduction. Go to the website of the Belastingdienst to find out more about public benefit organisations.
Like to know more about The Sunflower Collective? If so, please contact Eva Cappon via firstname.lastname@example.org.