Foundation Gebroeders De Jong's Leen
The Gebr. de Jong's Leen Foundation celebrates its 100th anniversary! On Saturday 2 October we celebrated this with a symposiom/webinar from the Scheepvaartmuseum in Sneek. Click here for more information.
Foundation and activities
Foundation 'Stichting' Gebrs. De Jong's Leen is founded in 1921. Its main task is managing the estate of the De Jong brothers. Their inheritance became available to descendants for educational purposes. The foundation management includes keeping a family tree to make this possible.
The board consists of:
- Herre Kingma - Chairman
- Klaas-Jan van Dijk - Treasurer
- Birgit ten Cate - Secretary
- Eelco de Graaf - Inspector study progress
- Martin de Vries - Member of the board
The foundation disburses amounts of money, so called grants, to descendants of Mr Herre Rinia en Mrs Reinskje van der Sluis who are following a educational course, want to graduate or otherwise want to achieve an educational goal.
Descendants who believe they qualify for a grant must submit a completed application to the secretary of the foundation. The application form is only available for descendants and is only made available if the Board has started a application procedure. Whether one is descendant will be - among other ways - verified by consulting the family tree which is managed by the Foundation. A grant will be awarded after a positive decision made by the board of the foundation.
Desendants may apply for a username and password by using the button 'Register' in the menu on this homepage. Please fill in the form completely and push the green button to submitt it. After giving approval to the application the descendant will receive a username and password by email.
For contacting the Foundation a general e-mailadress is available: firstname.lastname@example.org
To register as a descendant and to submit changes (marriage, divorce, birth and death of a descendant): see The Register.
The foundation is registered with the Chamber of Commerce in the Netherlands under number 41000680.
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This site is translated into Portuguese by Immanuel Hardeman, Oog voor Taal, Den Haag