OUR FINANCES

We are committed to being open and transparent with our supporters. We hold ourselves accountable to make sure every £ you donate is spent efficiently and effectively. Here are a few facts and figures about our finances.

2017 / 2018 UK & INTERNATIONAL INCOME

  • UK £1,289k
  • Germany £15k
  • Sweden £10k
  • USA £45k

WHAT WAS OUR TOTAL INCOME LAST YEAR?

£1,359,430

Alongside our main office in the UK, we have international offices in Germany, Sweden and the USA that help support our work and future growth.

2017 / 2018 UK & INTERNATIONAL CHARITABLE ACTIVITY

  • UK £1,049k
  • Germany £5k
  • Sweden £10k
  • USA £80k

HOW MUCH DID WE SPEND ON OUR PARTNERS & PROGRAMMES LAST YEAR?

£1,144,055

Across the UK, USA, Germany and Sweden, we spent a total of £1,144,055 on delivering our programmes with our partners in Kenya, Malawi, Tanzania, Uganda and Zimbabwe.

2017 / 2018 UK INCOME

  • Corporate partners £714k
  • Individuals £494k
  • Trusts and Foundations £55k
  • Community groups £36k

WHERE DOES OUR FUNDING COME FROM IN THE UK?

100% of our income is voluntary and comes from corporate partners, individual donors, Trusts and Foundations, community groups, and includes funds from our Sweden office.

In 2017 / 2018, they generously donated a total of £1,299,000.

55%

of our income comes from our fantastic corporate partners!

2017 / 2018 UK EXPENDITURE

  • Charitable activities £1,059k
  • Fundraising £316k

HOW DO WE SPEND OUR INCOME?

Our aim is to make sure the money donated by our supporters goes as far as possible. So we collaborate with our partners at every stage; we review proposals and budgets; provide technical support; and have robust monitoring and evaluation processes in place.

In 2017 / 2018, in the UK we spent £1,059,000 on our programmes and our partners who deliver them, and £316,000 on fundraising.

77p

of every £1 donated, we spent on creating sustainable change for vulnerable children.

Thanks to our generous supporters, we have raised over

£21.3 million

to support vulnerable children since we were founded.

WeSeeHope is a limited company and a registered charity whose annual accounts are independently audited. We submit a copy of our annual audited accounts to Companies House, and also to the Charity Commission (an independent body that regulates the activities of charities in the UK) as part of our annual return.

We are a member of the Fundraising Regulator, the independent body that holds the Code of Fundraising Practice for the UK.

As a member of the scheme, we comply with the principles embodied in the Code of Fundraising Practice and are committed to delivering a high standard of service to anyone who engages with the organisation. We are keen to hear from anyone who believes we have fallen short of the high standards we set ourselves.

To find out how you can provide feedback or to make us aware of any complaints, please click here.

How we work with our partners to make the most of our resources