• As of February 17, 2016, ‘de belastingdienst’ granted Stichting Reach Holland ANBI status. As of January 2014, there are different requirements to maintain ANBI status. Since January 2014, an ANBI organization is required to publish certain data on its website. It is on this page that you will find all of the mandatory data of Stichting Reach Holland required for ANBI status by the tax office.

    Stichting Reach Holland

    KvK: 65359372

    AGB Code: 41785497   

    RSIN or Fiscal number– 856079662

    Contact information

    Van Bleyswijckstraat 85

    2613 RR Delft


    Supervisory Board/Board of Directors

    Supervisory Board: Kristine Racina, Sorrel Hidding-Davey

    Chairperson/Founder: Ms. Catherine Schauf

    Operational Director: Ms. Catherine Schauf

    Clinical Director: Ms. Irene Borzeiello


    Welcome to Stichting REACH Holland, a care center in Delft which provides services to children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) contracted under the municipalities of: The Hague, Delft, Midden-Delfland, Leidschendam-Voorburg, Pijnacker-Nootdorp, Rijswijk, Voorschoten, Wassenaar, Westland and Zoetermeer. At REACH, we see each child as an individual to be understood rather than a problem to be solved. Each child receives individualized assessment and treatment and is supported to reach their full potential. Our focus is not merely on day-to-day functioning, but on helping every child to thrive.


    Our mission is to bring high-quality evidence-based services to International and Dutch speaking children with autism spectrum disorder in the Haaglanden municipalities. Additionally, it is to provide a place where all stakeholders– the children, their families, and staff — have the support they need to thrive. At Stichting REACH Holland, all clients are given every opportunity to thrive and become all they are capable of being. At REACH, each child will be treated as an individual to be understood rather than a problem to be solved. We take the whole family and its well-being into account. Ultimately, the goal is to make available ALL community resources and services for children with an ASD under one roof.

    Additionally, we aim to contribute to the availability of services in Haaglanden overall. Staff training is provided using evidence-based procedures derived from studies in behavior analysis. Staff members are given opportunities to gain more advanced training in behavior analysis, as well as, certifications. Professional development is available at all levels.

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    Reach 2023 May Newsletter

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