Assisi Aid Projects Annual Report 2016 - Page 11

Financial Summary TABLE OF CASH MOVEMENTS FOR DESIGNATED PURPOSES FOR THE YEAR ENDED 30TH JUNE, 2016 CASH AT BEGINNING OF FINANCIAL YEAR CASH RAISED DURING FINANCIAL YEAR CASH DISPERSED DURING FINANCIAL YEAR CASH AVAILABLE AT END OF FINANCIAL YEAR $ $ $ $ India projects - 89,354 89,354 - Cambodia project - 173,503 173,503 - All other purposes 50,361 256,689 101,287 205,763 Total 50,361 519,546 364,144 205,763 Where our funds came from Where the funds went The graph below represents the various areas from which Assisi has sourced income in 2015-16. The graph below represents the key areas of spending for Assisi in 2015-16. • Donations 55% • Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade 35% • Other income 10% (grants and investment income) • • • • Overall revenue has decreased in 2105-16. This was due to ending our partnership with Solutions pa Marovo (SpaM). Donations from the Morris Family Foundation, Charity Berfred and Australian Ethical Investment, have been crucial in supporting our projects in 2015/16. Other 10% International aid programs 75% Community education 5% Fundraising 5% Administration and Management 15% Total funds expended during the year were $351,015 of which $263,155 was spent on overseas projects in India and Cambodia. Education 5% Fundraising 5% Administration and Management 15% DFAT 35% Donations 55% Aid Programs 75% 11