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:
The following four working groups have been created for these purposes:
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.
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.
The SBG has diverse working groups:
Contact person: Position vacant
Contact person: Wil de Vries
Contact person: Reinier van den Broek
Covered by DEGOJ and DYNAMO Jeugdwerk (see Working groups/Youth work)
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.