Goals and objectives​

The Substance Information Network is a registered non-profit (in Dutch: Stichting) with the following objectives:
  1. To aid people with addiction.
  2. To provide tools aimed at recovery.
  3. To educate about drug addiction, recovery from addiction and educate about drugs.
  4. To collect and disseminate information about substance abuse, addiction and related topics.
  5. To spread warnings and drug alerts for dangerous drug trends.
The foundation provides a platform of online tools to deal with addiction and to aid in the recovery process. The objectives of the non-profit are for public benefit.

The Foundation also educates about drugs and addiction by providing information trough various media, including the internet and print. The foundation strives to set up various projects that will help drug addicts to recover from addiction.

The Foundation has no commercial objectives. Dutch law prohibits any money to be paid out to anyone except for charitable causes. As the Foundation does not aim to make any profit the foundation is free of Corporate Tax and Value Added Tax.

Foundation details​

Stichting Substance Information Network
Postbus 31008
6503 GC Nijmegen

Art. 2:289 of the Dutch Civil Code establishes that all foundations must be registered in the Register of Commerce.
Registration number: 50855816
RSIN: 822960187
Register of commerce: Centraal gelderland/ Arnhem.

Charity support initiatives​

The Substance Information Network has been validated & accepted by the following Charity support initiatives:

"TechSoup equips changemakers with transformative technology solutions and skills they need to improve lives globally and locally."
Organization number: 2176927

PayPal Giving Fund. "Raising funds to benefit charities."
Charity ID: 4378053

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CloudFlare Project Galileo. "Ensuring that At-Risk Public Interest Groups Stay Online."

Google for Non-Profits. "Google for Nonprofits offers eligible organizations access to Google products and discounts that can help solve the challenges nonprofits face"