Neighborhood Feminists was founded in 2019 by three individuals who met through activism. The founding members have diverse backgrounds and collective experience in grassroots organizing, (international) development projects, and other kinds of community-based activism. The NF team includes two coordinators and a small number of fantastic volunteers, who give Neighborhood Feminists more latitude as an organization to handle projects beyond Dignity Kits, as well. (And if you’re inspired to join, fill out our form!)
Camila Montecinos Díaz she/her
Psychologist and therapist from Chile. Living in The Netherlands for about three years. Always with a book in my hand, a cat on my lap and fresh coffee nearby.
Tammy Sheldon she/her
With a ‘free-range’ background that includes community organizing, photography and project management, Tammy is equally into creating change, connecting people, overthinking, hope–and dark chocolate.
Anneloes Dijkman she/her
NGO adjunct-director with a background in international development currently going through law school. Passion for hands-on community activism, illustration, photography, and a million other hobbies. Mostly working on strategic plans and development, internal organizational management and finances – and all of our own drawings are by my hand!
Nicole Römer she/her
A writer and public speaker from the island of Curaçao. Nicole is an all around creative and can usually be found working on one of many personal projects. In charge of coordinating our Dignity Kits project, heading up our team of volunteers, logistics – and more!
Neighborhood Feminists @ NiceRadio
For International Women’s Day 2021, our very own Nicole chatted with Elsa from W+K Amsterdam on NiceRadio about our work and intersectionality. Listen to it here to learn more about what we’re about!
Annual report + financial information
You can download our annual narrative and financial report for 2021 here. (On some mobile devices, opening that link may not work: you can also flip through the report here.) You can find our 2020 report here.
We have been granted official ANBI status by the Dutch government; all of our activities are for public benefit and none of our board members get paid. Click here for our ANBI information.