Kepler Cheuvreux Foundation

The Foundation was set up in June 2020 at the height of the COVID pandemic with the aim of giving back to society.

Our initial focus was on alleviating the healthcare and economic & social effects of COVID 19: our initial giving was centred on hospitals, doctors and food banks.

When the situation improved, the Foundation chose to focus on anchor projects which are involved in the education, nurturing and protection of young people across Europe.

We polled our colleagues in our local offices for suggestions.

In total, since inception in June 2020, the Foundation has donated € 4.8m to good causes. We have ambitious plans for the future.

Where does all the money come from? Kepler Cheuvreux itself is a generous donor to the Foundation, four Charity Trading Days in 2020, 2021, 2022 & 2023, our colleagues donate and raise sponsorship and, of course, our clients support us.

Having donated € 1.7m to alleviate the social & economic effects of the COVID pandemic, the Foundation has opened a new chapter. We are focused now on our long-term anchor projects. Our thoughtful and caring staff have chosen nine charities across eight European countries, all with an emphasis on children & teenagers. We thank all donors for their generous support.

Laurent Quirin, Chairman of the Kepler Cheuvreux Foundation Board

Key figures

(as of December 2023)

m€ of donations to good causes since the launch

anchor projects across Europe

Charity Trading Days

k€ to support Ukrainian refugees

Anchor projects

9 charities across eight European countries. The beneficiaries are mainly involved in the education, nurturing and protection of young people across Europe.

Governance & status


The Foundation is based in the Netherlands and is registered as an ANBI (a Dutch public benefit foundation). The Board members come from Kepler Cheuvreux and receive no remuneration.

RSIN (Legal Entities and Partnerships Identification Number): 861221825

Visiting address & mail address:

The Kepler Cheuvreux Foundation
Johannes Vermeerstraat 9
1071 DK Amsterdam

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