Review 2006

Annual report 20062006 was another strong year which saw the successful introduction of a number of new and exciting income streams which have allowed Oxfam New Zealand to diversify its sources of income, to broaden its supporter base and continue to increase funding to our humanitarian and development work overseas.

We wish to thank all those people who supported us in 2006 – our financial supporters, volunteers, interns, campaigners and corporate sponsors. We look forward to further building on the collective efforts that made 2006 such a success. Working together we can be more effective than ever in reducing poverty and injustice.

For the year ending June 30, 2006:

Where the money comes from


Chart: where the money comes from


Government grants for development programmes 35.6%
Government grants for emergencies 7.8%
Emergency appeals from the public 7.1%
Oxfam International affiliates and other NGO grants 14.7%
Public donations 26%
Events 5.5%
Interest and trading 3.3%
Total income for year ending June 30, 2006 $6,173,764

Where our money was spent


Chart: Where the money goes


Development programme 55.7%
Emergency response 13.7%
Programme management 4.4%
Advocacy, campaigning and development education 7.1%
Marketing and fundraising 12.6%
PR and communications 2.2%
General administration 4.3%
Total expenditure for year ending June 30, 2006 $6,189,668

Oxfam aims to be effective, efficient and accountable .If you would a copy of the full annual report for 2006, please contact our Auckland office on 0800 600 700 or email us on

A full financial report is available upon request