Together we have raised over £19.1 million in 18 years to support orphans and isolated children and young people in Southern and Eastern Africa. You can be assured that WeSeeHope uses voluntary income as efficiently and effectively as possible. We are open and accountable to our supporters and partners and are proud to share how we spend our money.


For the year ended 30th June 2018 our voluntary income was £1,299,000.

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


WeSeeHope has international offices in Germany, Sweden and the USA to help support our work and future growth. For the year ended 30th June 2018 our combined international and UK income was £1,359,430.

  • UK £1,290k
  • Sweden & Germany £25k
  • USA £45k


For the year ended 30th June 2018 the charity spent £1,059,000 (77% of total expenditure) on charitable activities and £316,000 (23%) on fundraising.

The chart below shows the charity’s expenditure for the year ended 30th June 2018:

Costs: (‘000s)
Spending breakdown:
  • Charitable 77%
  • Fundraising 23%


Report and Financial Statements 2017/2018

Report and Financial Statements 2016/2017

Report and Financial Statements 2015/2016

Report and Financial Statements 2014/2015
Report and Financial Statements 2013/2014
Report and Financial Statements 2012/2013

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.

Fundraising Regulator Member

WeSeeHope is 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, WeSeeHope comply with the principles embodied in the Code of Fundraising Practice and is 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.


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