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SUPPLEMENTAL ANNUAL REPORT // 2012

JANUARY 1 - SEPTEMBER 30, 2012 9

M O N T H

P E R I O D


A MESSAGE TO OUR SUPPORTERS FROM CEO, CHRIS BOLTON Dear friends, What an incredible 2013 we have had so far! We’ve launched a clinic in Isiolo, Kenya, that serves families infected and affected by HIV/AIDS. We’ve expanded water and sanitation coverage in Agali sub-county with the goal of 90% coverage by 2015, and we’ve also piloted composting latrines in northern Rwanda with the goal of 100% coverage for 7,000 people within the next 4 years. In addition, we have added new members to our team, announced a new board chair, and moved into a new office space. All of this has been possible through your generous gifts of time, talents, and resources! As you might remember, last year we made a change to the start of our fiscal year. We have included a snapshot of our financials for that nine-month period, and you should expect to see an update for the entire 2013 fiscal year the beginning January 2014. We’re so excited to report incredible momentum here in Nashville and with our partners in Africa. As we enter into the fall of 2013, we’re focusing on a few big movements here on the home front: • Look for our online Back to School campaign to raise awareness and to provide clean water to the children of Africa. • We’re launching our official Blood:Water Mission volunteer program in 18 regions across the US to spread the story of the need and solutions in Africa. • We’re also putting the finishing touches on our 2014 Marketing and Engagement plan to drive even more synergy between the two departments, which means better messaging, better connections, and ultimately better results. I hope you can sense that our excitement is grounded in real progress. We are more grateful than ever for your support and for partnering with us in this mission. With you, we have real hope that we can end the HIV/AIDS and water crises in our generation. With utmost gratitude, Chris Bolton, CEO


2012 FINANCIALS

JAN. 1 - SEPT. 30, 2012 • 9 MONTH PERIOD

EXPENSES $ 321,606

Program (64%) * Fundraising (24%) * General & Administrative (12.4%) *

$606, 767 $1,649,108

Total Revenue:

$2,142,482 *

Total Expenses:

$2,577,481 *

Net Assets:

$997,444 *

Net Assets - End of Year

$562,445 *

Blood:Water Mission is committed to the highest standards of financial accountability. We adhere to the guidelines set forth by the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability and undergo an annual, outside audit. Please feel free to visit our website for more financial information and consolidated statements: bloodwatermission.com/about-usvv * 9 month reporting period ending Sept. 30, 2012 due to transition from the calendar year to fiscal year start of Oct. 1st.


In 2012, Blood:Water Mission worked alongside our local partners in Kenya, Rwanda, Uganda and Zambia to help bring sustainable health and hope to communities in Africa.

WATER

HIV/AIDS

People served: 17,985

People served: 60,075 Projects: 112

Total to date - 43,000 people served for HIV/AIDS care / treatment / prevention

Total to date - more than 1,300 water projects Total to date - more than 801,000 people served

THINGS TO LOOK FORWARD TO: A U G - S E P T

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Back to School Fall Campaign We are launching a Back to School campaign with Charles Davis (NFL Network analyst) and Forever the Sickest Kids that includes exclusive fly away experiences. Each donation made will grant you entry into the contest. Donations will go towards providing clean water to children in Africa so that they can go back to school.

Fundraising Goal: $75,000 Dave Ramsey A promotional video with the voice of Dave Ramsey endorsing the work of Blood:Water Mission will be placed on DaveRamsey. com through in-browser video stream and through his iPhone and iPad app. The campaign will reach over 6.5 million weekly radio listeners each week, 2.5 million visits to DaveRamsey. com monthly, 1.4 million Facebook fans and 1.3 million email newsletter subscribers.

Fundraising Goal: 500 new monthly donors


2012 annual report