Patrons’ funds

Philanthropists support projects designed to get the Flemish 15th and 16th century musical heritage better known. They support projects to get polyphonic choral music of the great Flemish composers better known among the general public.
Using art to encourage the rehabilitation of vulnerable and marginalised people. Particular attention is given to those initiatives likely to have a multiplier effect and drive educational, social or cultural innovation.
Conservation and promotion of books and documents relating to the de Ligne dynasty in the 18th century.
Creation and promotion of a collection of art and antiques entrusted to public collections. At the request of museums, the fund will purchase small-scale objects from all civilisations and periods.
Promoting the art of engraving. The fund awards an international prize for engraving and supports related initiatives such as publications, exhibitions and dissemination.