The CJP-pass is a ‘culture pass’ issued by the CJP foundation.The pass is a sort of cultural youth passport, with the aim of making culture available to everyone under 30. The pass gives you discounts on museums, concerts, theatres, and other cultural events. With this, the foundation supports the cultural sector.
CJP is part of the Dutch Government Information Service (Informatie Rijksoverheid). You can contact them via mail, Twitter and Facebook.
- Contact by mail with CJP: On the support page of CJP you can submit a request. This way you can get in touch with CJP by mail.
- You can ask your question to their Twitter account @CJPnl. CJP is online on weekdays from 9:00 - 17:00 and often responds within one day.
- You can post your question on the Facebook page of CJP. CJP is online on weekdays from 9:00 - 17:00 and often responds within one day.
CJP membership notice period
After the first year, the CJP pass can be cancelled monthly with a one month notice period. Did your school give you your pass? Then you don’t have to cancel it yourself.
CJP Culture card from school
When a school is registered with CJP, all the students at that school will receive a Culture Card. The CJP pass is requested by the school and does not need to be cancelled by the student. If you have applied for a CJP Culture Card yourself and you want to cancel your subscription, you have to do so yourself. Or let Dyme do it for you. Then you’ll get rid of your subscription within a minute!