Review 2005

The most significant impact on Oxfam’s income for the financial year ending 30 June 2005 was the response to the Asian Tsunami, both from public supporters and Government. Oxfam New Zealand was able to contribute $3.1 into the coordinated Oxfam emergency response that has already reached 1.8 million people in Indonesia, Sri Lanka and South India.

Oxfam thanks all those people who gave us support throughout 2005 – our financial supporters, volunteers, interns, campaigners and corporate sponsors.

 

For the year ending June 30, 2005:

Where our money came from

Emergency appeals from the public 26.4%
Government grants for emergencies 22.7%
Government grants for development programmes 21.6%
Public donations by regular giving 10%
Oxfam International affiliate grants 7.4%
Public donations 6.8%
Interest and trading 2.9%
Events 2.2%
Total income for year ending June 30, 2005 $7,814,452

Where our money was spent

Tsunami Response 40.6%
Development Programme 34.0%
Other emergencies 7.6%
Marketing and fundraising 6.7%
Programme Management 3.2%
General administration 2.9%
PR and communications 2.6%
Advocacy and campaigning 2.4%
Total expenditure $7,695,370

The information here has been summarised from the Oxfam New Zealand Annual Report for the year ending June 30, 2005.