Swetterhage residential and activity centre

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Swetterhage is situated in Zwetpolder in Zoeterwoude-Dorp. It is a residential and community complex where more than 300 people with intellectual disabilities live, work and spend leisure time.

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The residents receive care and support from 500 employees and 245 volunteers. BNG Bank provided 32.5 million euros of financing out of a total investment of 57 million euros.

The site contains 42 homes and three activity centres, along with two support services that handle matters such as administration, laundry and cleaning, meals and internal transport.

Phases

A significant portion of Swetterhage has been renovated in recent years. The work was done in several phases: 1a, 1b and Phase 2. Phase 3 is the final phase, in which six new homes are being built, each with space for nine residents. A new day care centre is also being built with capacity for eighty day care places. This building will be built to a design by the Austrian artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser. The clients receive care and support from 500 employees and 245 volunteers. 

The site contains 42 homes and three activity centres, along with two support services that handle matters such as administration, laundry and cleaning, meals and internal transport. A significant portion of Swetterhage has been renovated in recent years. The work was done in several phases: 1a, 1b and Phase 2. Phase 3 is the final phase, in which six new homes are being built, each with space for nine residents. A new day care centre is also being built with capacity for eighty day care places. This building will be built to a design by the Austrian artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser.

Hersenz

Hersenz Swetterhage will also be providing the Hersenz treatment. This is a treatment for people with non-congenital brain damage and their relatives. Hersenz is a partnership between several organisations, including the Gemiva-SVG Group. Collectively, they operate in almost every corner of the Netherlands.

Driven by social impact

We are the bank for the Dutch public sector and we are driven by social impact. We aim to be a natural partner for our clients by helping them addressing the social challenges they have to cope with. Instead of maximising profits, our priority is to maximise the social impact of our activities.

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