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Sponsor the Nesko
Your support helps us organize a fantastic project every year!

In its rich history, Nesko has been able to collaborate many times with various companies and organizations.


Nesko consists of the best amateur musicians among Dutch students, which means that every year a successful tour with concerts at a high level and with enormous enthusiasm takes place. Do you also think that young amateur musicians should be given the opportunity to continue making music at a high level and to develop musically during their student days? Nesko offers you the opportunity to support this!


From advertisements in the program booklet and on posters and flyers, to providing a reception during a concert or a musical ensemble during a reception of your company, anything is possible! Nesko offers opportunities for national sponsors who support the entire concert tour to sponsorship in a specific concert city. Sponsoring in kind is also very welcome. We are happy to design a plan together that matches your wishes as much as possible. You can contact our acquirer for the possibilities by emailing

You can also gift money to Nesko directly.

You can transfer a one-time or periodic gift to our bank account NL37TRIO0338742190. Thanks to our ANBI-status, this can also produce tax benefits. Find information about gifts here, and calculate the exact tax benefit here.


Support the Nesko without it costing you money!

Whenever you order products online via shops such as Coolblue, Thuisbezorgd, or, you can order them via Sponsorkliks in such a way that the Nesko gets some money.




When you use this link to go to an online shop and order something, then the Nesko will receive a small amount of money, without you paying anything extra! See a video explaining how this is possible here.

Nesko has the cultural ANBI status.

An ANBI is a Public Benefit Organization. The ANBI status involves certain tax benefits on inheritance, gifts and donations. For example, for individuals a gift to the Nesko is no less than 125% deductible in the declaration. Companies that are subject to corporate tax may even deduct 1.5 times the amount of the gift in the corporate tax return.


Find a page here where you can calculate the fiscal advantage of a donation.


For the cultural ANBI-status, we are required to publish some documents:
Data for ANBI 2023

Yearly report 2022

– Financial report 2022


For more info, contact

Foundation Friends
Become a friend of the Nesko!

The Friends of the Nesko Foundation was created to support the long-term continuity of the Nesko in the artistic and financial field. The Friends Foundation also manages the Nesko archive. If you also have a warm heart for Nesko and would like to help make future projects possible, then become a Friend of Nesko! You can already become a Friend from a contribution of € 10 per year. As a Friend of the Nesko you will be kept informed of the projects and concerts of the Nesko via a digital newsletter. In addition, you are invited to events specially organized for the Friends. You can become a Friend by sending an email to


Website Foundation Friends of the Nesko


On the website of the Friends Foundation you will find more information about the Foundation, you can take a look at the digital archive of all previous Nesko years and you can view photos. As a Friend or former member of the Nesko you can keep your data up-to-date, so that you are informed every year about the Nesko concerts and about special Friends activities.


An overview of all companies sponsoring Nesko.

Currently, no companies are sponsoring Nesko. If you are interested in sponsoring us, contact Together, we can see what is possible.

An overview of all funds supporting Nesko.

Het Nesko bedankt de volgende fondsen voor hun bijdrage in 2023:




Things with which the Nesko collaborates.

This year, the Nesko is collaborating with Arc Verona, a company that sells string instruments and accessories for string instruments. Find their website here.


The Nesko is also collaborating with music magazine ‘De Nieuwe Muze’. Find their website here.

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