About IT4Kids

Every child should be able to play sports!

Every child should be able to play and participate in sports. Sport is an outlet, sport is fun and sport is especially beneficial for the development of a child. By playing sports with your peers, you build #skills4life, such as discipline, cooperation, self‑confidence and respect.

IT4Kids collects used hardware from companies and donates (on behalf of the contributor) the value of the hardware to charity projects that are committed to creating sustainable opportunities (to play sports) for children who otherwise would have none due to financial or physical barriers.

Why an opportunity to play sports is so important!

By 2030, we want all children in the Netherlands to have the opportunity to participate in sports, because we believe that every child should be able to participate.

To do this, we have developed a fundraising initiative: circular IT! We collect used hardware from companies and donate the value of the hardware to charity projects that are committed to creating sustainable opportunities (to play sports) for children who otherwise would have none due to financial or physical barriers.

“If everyone donates his or her used hardware, then every child in the Netherlands will have the opportunity to play sports!”

Founder Jordy Kool
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IT4Kids Board and team


Colette Zee

Managing director

Vincent van Voorden

Project & Partnership Manager

Marlissa van der Kamp


Jordy Kool

Founder & chairman of the board

Aat van de Polder

Fundraiser of the board

Annelotte van Berkel
Annelotte van Berkel

Treasurer of the board

Martijn van Rijn
Martijn van Rijn

Secretary of the board

Lara Kool


Advisory Board

Ton van Garderen – Apple
Marco Hoogerland – Talentenacademie 
Ruben Houkes – Schooljudo 
Marjolijn Meijer – Urban Gym Group

Liesbeth Pruijs – The Next Level 
Rik Stikkelbroeck – Hogenhouck M&A 
Jeroen van der Toorn – Entrepeneur
Eugene Tuijnman – SLTN 

IT4Kids ambassadors

Michael van Praag

Michael van Praag

Sports director

Frédérique Matla
Frédérique Matla

International hockey player
(together with Spieren voor spieren)

Willem Janssen

Team Captain FC Utrecht

Monique Velzeboer

Short track champion

Xavier Mous

Goalkeeper sc Heerenveen

Loek Hartog

Race car driver

Sabrina Stultiens

Cycling world champion

Rutger Schipper

Freerunner and influencer

Sébastien Dockier

International hockey player 

Marijn Veen
Marijn Veen

International hockey player (together with Mentelity Foundation)

Barbara de Loor

Ice skating world champion

Levi Rigters
Levi Rigters


Rick Koekoek

Bike trail champion

Gert Jakobs

Former cyclist


Annual reports, financial statements, policy plan and statutes​

Annual reports
View the annual report of 2020 here.
Previous annual reports: 2019, 2018, 2017 en 2016

financial statements
View the financial statement of 2020 here.
Previous financial statements: 2019, 2018, 2017 en 2016

Multi‑year policy plan
View the multi-year policy plan from 2021 – 2024 here.

Previous year plans: 2019, 2018

View the statutes here.

Code of conduct and complaints procedure
View the Code of Conducts here.
View the Complaints Procedure here.  

[Files in dutch]

CBF certification and ANBI status

IT4Kids is an official certified charity. On 1 July 2021, the foundation received official certification, the approval for charities, from the Centraal Bureau Fondsenwerving (CBF). This makes IT4Kids the first charity in circular IT that is CBF approved. This means that IT4Kids meets strict quality criteria.

In July 2015, IT4Kids received its Algemeen Nut Beogende Instelling (ANBI) status. This makes it possible for donors to deduct gifts and donations to IT4Kids from their income tax statements.

There are two conditions related to deductibility:

  1. Only the amount of gifts/donations that exceed 1% of your own threshold income and that of your tax partner, if any, can be deducted. The amount to be deducted must also be at least € 60.
  2. The maximum deduction is 10% of the/both combined income.

Become a supporter

Donate and give children a sustainable opportunity (to play sports)!