The following is an exhaustive, alphabetized list of all funds and foundations that contribute to the Rijksmuseum.
Contributes to the educational family guide 17th century.
Contributes to the restoration of the 'Bredase Wand' in the new Philips Wing.
Provides regular support for acquisitions, and for special projects such as the Rijks Studio and the sculpture exhibition in the Rijks Gardens.
Contributes to the restoration of the painting Piety by Cornelis Kruseman.
Contributes to various acquisitions and exhibitions and is also the main sponsor of the Teekenschool educational centre.
Makes possible the exhibition 'Late Rembrandt' in 2015 and contributed ti the restoration necessary re-opening of the Rijksmuseum in 2013 by providing a contribution used for employing four junior conservators and a technical analyst.
Provides funding for the catalogue entitled Dutch paintings of the 17th century in the Rijksmuseum.
Facilitates a number of acquisitions, such as an early 18th-century grandfather clock by Julien Le Roy.
K.F. Hein Fonds
Has assisted in a number of acquisitions, including the 1817 portrait of the Cock Blomhoff family by Ishizaki Yushi.
contributes to the digitization of the Rijksmuseum’s collection of historical photographs.
M.A.O.C. Gravin van Bylandt Foundation
Contributes to various acquisitions, including a group of five Chinese objects from the collection of A.E. van Braam Houckgeest.
Contributes to multiple acquisitions and to the modeportal.nl initiative, which makes costume collections available online together with the Gemeentemuseum in The Hague.
Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research / NWO
Contributes to various scientific projects, including the Science4Arts research programme on Climate Effects on Decorated Wooden Panels.
Provides funding for equipment for the restoration studios.
Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds
This cultural fund contributed to the realization of a myriad of acquisitions and projects, including the redesigned Auditorium.
Stichting Michiel de Ruyter
Contributes to the restoration of Michiel de Ruyter and his family by Juriaen Jacobsz.
Stichting Dr. Hendrik Muller’s Vaderlandsch Fund
Contributes to various acquisitions and restorations.
Stichting Maatschappij tot nut van ’t Algemeen (society for public welfare foundation)
Has contributed to the restoration of the Petronella Dunois’ doll's house from 1676.
Stichting Nationaal Fonds Kunstbezit Foundation
Contributes to various acquisitions.
Stichting Zabawas Foundation
Contributed to restoration work, education projects and the exhibition Late Rembrandt in 2015.
Terra Foundation for American Art
Contributes to the sculpture exhibition Calder at the Rijksmuseum in 2014.
Provides multi-year funding for research into the Rijksmuseum’s collection of jewellery and its conservation.
Contributes to the 'Nacht van de Geschiedenis' in the Rijksmuseum in 2014.
Contributes to several acquisitions, including two mid-17th century round goblets by Christoph Ritter III.
Contributes to various acquisitions and projects designed to increase the museum’s reach among the public.