Sources of funding

Asylos obtains the majority of its funds from philanthropic donors. In 2020, our work is funded by the Sigrid Rausing Trust, the Open Society Initiative for Europe, the Paul Hamlyn Foundation, the A B Charitable Trust, Haella Foundation, Stichting Niks Voor Niks and the European Programme for Integration and Migration. We also obtain donations from our community of individual supporters. If you are interested in supporting Asylos, please refer to our donate page. 

Income and Expenditure

In the past three years, our income and expenditure levels were as follows:

2019 Income: 163,000
2019 Expenditure: 151,000

2018 Income: 136,000
2018 Expenditure: 126,000

2017 Income: 63,000
2017 Expenditure: 107,000

To learn more about our income and use of our funds, download our annual reports for 2017, 2018  and 2019

Remuneration policy

As set forth in our constitution, none of our trustees receive financial remuneration for their services. Our Director's annual salary is 40,200€ gross (excluding holiday allowance) based on full-time employment. The salary falls below the maximum level foreseen in the beloningsregeling van goede doelen in the Netherlands.

Taxes

We are a Charitable Incorporated Organisation in England for tax purposes. Our charity number with HMRC is ZD00352.

Asylos is also incorporated in Germany as (gemeinnützige Unternehmergesellschaft, gUG). 

We are recognised as Public Benefit Institution (Algemeen Nut Beogende Instelling, ANBI) in the Netherlands. Our RSIN is 826226450.

current funders

We are deeply grateful for the ongoing financial support from our current philanthropic donors: