KU Annual Report 2010 - Page 39

(d) Details of Gross Income and Aggregate Expenditure of Appeals Conducted Jointly with Traders For the purpose of this note all fundraising involving the Sale of Items (e.g. chocolates, sun hats, sunscreen, etc) is deemed to have involved a trader. 2010 $ 2009 $ Gross income received from sale of items 292,888 370,427 Total expenditure incurred 171,279 236,754 (e) Forms of Fundraising Appeals Conducted in 2010 For the purposes of reporting under the requirements of the Charitable Fundraising Act 1991, KU Children’s Services classifies all fundraising activities under four categories; raffles, functions, sale of items and interest. (f) Key Indicators for 2010 Fundraising Activities Total Cost of Fundraising ($334,825) divided by Gross Income from Fundraising ($668,023) equals 50.12%. Net Surplus from Fundraising ($333,198) divided by Gross Income from Fundraising ($668,023) equals 49.88%. 24. Subsequent Events As at 28 February 2011, the available-for sale investments (disclosed at Note 9) have increased in fair value by $136,040 since year end. No purchase or sales have been made within the portfolio. 25. Additional Company Information KU Children’s Services is a public company limited by guarantee, incorporated and operating in Australia. Principal Registered Office and Principal Place of Business 129 York Street Sydney NSW 2000 26. Government Grant Funding During the course of the calendar year specific Government Funding that required acquittal reporting included the following Programmes: Capital Grants – NSW Department of Education and Training $ 176,014 Supplementary Assistance – Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations $ 159,244 Wagga Intensive Support – NSW Department of Education and Training $ 17,588 Macarthur Starting Points – NSW Department of Education and Training $ 113,231 Penrith Starting Points – NSW Department of Education and Training $ 8,040 Special Education Program – NSW Department of Education and Training $ 338,606 Northern Sydney SCAN – NSW Department of Human Services, Community Services $1,233,492 115th Annual Report 2010 39 (d) Details of Gross Income and Aggregate Expenditure of Appeals Conducted Jointly with Traders For the purpose of this note all fundraising involving the Sale of Items (e.g. chocolates, sun hats, sunscreen, etc) is deemed to have involved a trader. 2010 $ 2009 $ Gross income received from sale of items 292,888 370,427 Total expenditure incurred 171,279 236,754 (e) Forms of Fundraising Appeals Conducted in 2010 For the purposes of reporting under the requirements of the Charitable Fundraising Act 1991, KU Children’s Services classifies all fundraising activities under four categories; raffles, functions, sale of items and interest. (f) Key Indicators for 2010 Fundraising Activities Total Cost of Fundraising ($334,825) divided by Gross Income from Fundraising ($668,023) equals 50.12%. Net Surplus from Fundraising ($333,198) divided by Gross Income from Fundraising ($668,023) equals 49.88%. 24. Subsequent Events As at 28 February 2011, the available-for sale investments (disclosed at Note 9) have increased in fair value by $136,040 since year end. No purchase or sales have been made within the portfolio. 25. Additional Company Information KU Children’s Services is a public company limited by guarantee, incorporated and operating in Australia. Principal Registered Office and Principal Place of Business 129 York Street Sydney NSW 2000 26. Government Grant Funding During the course of the calendar year specific Government Funding that required acquittal reporting included the following Programmes: Capital Grants – NSW Department of Education and Training $ 176,014 Supplementary Assistance – Department of Education, Employment and Workpla 6R&VF0BS#C@vvvFV6fR7W'B( 25rFW'FVBbVGV6FBG&pBrS6'FW"7F'FrG2( 25rFW'FVBbVGV6FBG&pB2#3V&F7F'FrG2( 25rFW'FVBbVGV6FBG&pBC7V6VGV6F&w&( 25rFW'FVBbVGV6FBG&pB33c`'FW&7FW44( 25rFW'FVBbV6W'f6W26VG6W'f6W0C#32C WFV&W'B#3