SBG General Information

Stichting Buurtbeheer (Neighbourhood Management) Genderbeemd.

SBG is an non-profit organisation. It was set up with the aim of helping to raise the standards of the living environment (improving the quality of life) and safety in the Genderbeemd area. 
This is achieved by:

  • Assessment of interests and opinions of those in the neighbourhood.
  • Support of local residents initiatives, which are in line with the ideas of the organisation.
  • Strengthening cooperation and coordination between groups and institutions focused in the area.
  • Promoting neighbourhood interests.
  • Trying to achieve suitable solutions for any identified problem

The following four working groups have been created for these purposes:

Living environment

The aim of this working group is to promote and improve the environment,  respectively maintaining the quality of life and enjoyment of living in the area. They look at the lives of residents in the area and work together to make improvements with among others the local council. 

Crime prevention

This working group aims to reduce crime and vandalism and aim to let residents play an active role in crime prevention. 


The aim of this working group is to promote accessibility and road safety in and around the Genderbeemd area. They do this by regularly checking on the traffic in the neighbourhood, identifying bottlenecks and unsafe situations. They propose new improvements to the relevant local council department.

In addition, SBG provides information to the residents about the issues it handles:

  • Distributing the newsletter/information sheet “info SBG”, which is delivered four times a year to all addresses in the neighbourhood.
  • Taking care of this website, on which it is possible to quickly provide urgent information if necessary.

Working groups

The SBG has diverse working groups:

Living environment

Contact person: Position vacant

Living safely

Contact person: Position vacant


Contact person: Position vacant

Genderbeemd Sustainable

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Contact person: Wim Meijer
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Contact person: Hans Vossen
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Youth work

Covered by DEGOJ and DYNAMO Jeugdwerk (see Working groups/Youth work)


... of Stichting Buurtbeheer Genderbeemd.

The following documents of SBG may be downloaded here:

  1. Policy in PDF format (in Dutch)
  2. Financial  report in PDF format (in Dutch)

ANBI Status

... for Stichting Buurtbeheer Genderbeemd !

What is an ANBI

An ANBI is a public non-profit organisation that has been designated as such by the tax authorities. Examples of ANBIs are religious, philosophical, charitable, cultural, social or scientific organisations. On 1st January 2008, the tax rules for ANBI changed in the realm of donation, succession and deduction of donations (income and corporation tax). Only the institutions that the Tax Authorities have designated as an ANBI can now make use of the tax benefits. SBG has been granted ANBI status as of 1st January 2013.

What are the tax benefits for an ANBI and for a donor?

  • An ANBI does not have to pay inheritance tax or gift tax on inheritances or donations that the ANBI receives in the context of public interest.
  • Distributions in the public interest made by an ANBI are exempt from inheritance tax or gift tax.
  • If an institution has been designated by the tax authorities as an ANBI, a donor can deduct donations to that organisation from income or corporate income tax(only within the applicable rules).

Data for ANBI status:

  1. Name: Stichting Buurtbeheer Genderbeemd, also known as SBG.
  2. RSIN nummer:  804523873
  3. KVK nummer: 41093766
  4. Postal address: Jan Palachstraat 14, 5653MC Eindhoven.
  5. Aims: see webpage SBG Algemeen.
  6. Composition of the board: see webpage Bestuursleden.
  7. There are no paid employees or board members
  8. Policy plan in PDF
  9. Financial reports in PDF format