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The King Baudouin Foundation (KBF) (Dutch: Koning Boudewijnstichting, KBS; French: Fondation Roi-Baudouin) is an independent, pluralistic foundation based in Brussels (Belgium). It seeks to change society for the better and invests in inspiring projects and individuals.
The Foundation supports projects in Belgium and at the European and international level. To support its international goal, the KBF set up a US public charity and an office in New York City. Since 1999, the KBFUS facilitates philanthropy in the US, Europe and Africa. In 2017, KBFCanada was launched.
The King Baudouin Foundation Advisory Council and the Board of Governors determine the key areas of work.
The board of governors is chaired by Thomas Leysen.
The managing director is Luc Tayart de Borms.
The King Baudouin Foundation supports projects in various fields of action:
In 2018, the King Baudouin Foundation and the Funds it administers provided EUR44.8 million in support to 364 individuals and 1,986 organizations. KBF also organises debates on important social issues, shares research results through free publications, enters into partnerships, and encourages philanthropy, in Belgium, in Europe and at the international level.
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