Financial Overview 2014

Tada, we proudly present our latest financial overview! Here are the figures for 2014:

Omid Finances 2014

Omid Finances 2014

Total proceeds: 9,518.50 Euro (11,864 Dollar)
Donations: 9,326.50 Euro (11,624.60 Dollar)
Membership fees: 192 Euro (239.31 Dollar)

Total expenses: 259,28 Euro (323.17 Dollar)
Administrative fees: Bank (33 Euro), Webhosting (62,28 Euro), Postcard printing (164 Euro)
Covered by membership fees: 192 Euro (239.31 Dollar)
Remaining expenses: 67,28 Euro (83,86 Dollar)

Donations used to cover running expenses: 0,7%

Donations paid out to project: 7 650 Euro (9,535.04 Dollar)
Used for
Renovation bathrooms men’s tract: 5 187,87 Euro (6,466.21 Dollar)
Garden soil: 1 191, 90 Euro (1,485.60 Dollar)
Installation of water filters: 369,51 Euro (460.56 Dollar)
Gas cylinders: 213,24 Euro (265.78 Dollar)
Maintenance water filters: 66,84 Euro (83.31 Dollar)
Total: 7029.36 (8,761.46 Dollar)
Remaining: 620,64 Euro (773.57 Dollar, will go towards the renovation of bathrooms in the women’s tract)

Thanks to all supporters for your trust!

Yours,

Lucky, Benni, Alex, Torsten, Angela, Maria, Simon, Ekatharina and Thomas for Omid-e Punjab

Financial Overview 2012-2013

Omid-e Punjab has released it’s financial report for 2012-2013. Here’s a quick explanation of the figures:

Click to enlarge our financial report for 2012-2013.

Click to enlarge our financial report for 2012-2013.

In 2012, we collected €2.248 ($3.049) in donations and €192 ($260) in membership fees. €1.000 ($1.356) were paid out to the project in Pakistan, €283 ($384) were used to cover the expenses for our website, bank account, and printing leaflets. €1.156 ($1.568) remained as a balance on our bank account. The largest share of the administrative expenses was covered by membership fees. Only 4.1% of all donations were used for administrative purposes.

In 2013, we collected €4.865 ($6.597) in donations and €192 ($260) in membership fees. €5.728 ($7.768) were paid out to our project, only €219 ($297) were used to cover running expenses. €266 remain on our bank account. In 2013, only 1.04% of the incoming donations were used for administrative purposes. About 99% went directly to our project in Pakistan, to the benefit of people who really need it!