2013 Annual Report Every Home Global Concern Ltd
bringing joy *1,295 girls and boys from poor families given a Primary School education *2,645 subsistence farmers trained in Malawi & Zambia to improve their crops *114 health workers in Togo trained to educate 2,697 villagers in health & hygiene *182 women graduated in tailoring skills in India & Bangladesh
who we are The goal of Global Concern is to assist the poor and disadvantaged overseas to lift themselves out of poverty. This is achieved through community development programs which give men, women and children tools and training to be empowered to make changes that last and make a positive impact in their lives.
our values: We value people; We value partners; We are grateful; We act in honesty and integrity; We are accountable.
where we work in the world: Overseas aid and deveopment programs have taken place this year in India, Bangladesh, Togo, Ethiopia, Malawi and Zambia.
where our funds came from: Donations from the Public Bequests AusAID Overseas EHC Funds Israel Tour Income Other Income
Every Home Global Concern is a member of ACFID, the Australian Council for International Development and is a signatory to their Code of Practice, the ACFID Code of Conduct, which is a voluntary, self-regulatory code of good practice which requires members to meet high standards of corporate governance, public accountability and financial management. More information on the Code, including how to make a complaint, can be obtained from www.acfid.asn.au or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Every Home Global Concern is fully accredited with the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT), the Australian Government agency responsible for managing Australiaâ€™s overseas aid program, its purpose being to help communities overseas alleviate poverty. We are grateful to the Australian government for their contribution to our community development food security & health programs in Malawi, Zambia and Togo.
African boys & girls from
1,040 families living in poverty in Malawi & Zambia now able to smile
because they have food to eat, toilets and clean water, mosquito nets to give protection from Malaria, with food stored for the future.
bringing joy to the lives of children
children from impoverished communities in Bangladesh, India, Nepal & Kenya
able to smile
because of the opportunity for a Primary School education
Around the world in many developing countries children are marginalised and cannot help themselves. As a result, many of the Global Concern development programs focus on children. In the last 12 months 1,295 children in Bangladesh, India, Kenya and Nepal have received a Primary School education through the Sponsorship Program and we are very grateful for the many
child sponsors who have made this possible. In
A girl educated in one of our schools is now an Advocate in the Supreme Court of Bangladesh. children in Togo and India
able to smile
because of the opportunity to receive basic health education
India & Bangladesh five schools provide the children with a daily nutritious meal so their families no longer need to send them out to work for food and this encourages children to stay in school. In the India school all education is in English. Child Protection training has been introduced into all the schools this year with ongoing training of staff to further protect these children. In India a health awareness program has been introduced which is training 300 mothers and fathers in child care and development. In the Health Program in Togo, 450 children have been vaccinated and have been trained (along with their mothers) in better health & hygiene practices.
The Food Security Program in
northern Malawi and eastern Zambia has, this year, trained 2,645 men and
women in more than 80 villages in modern farming methods, climate change, nutrition and irrigation, with the addition of income generation activities such as chicken and goat breeding in some villages. In just 12 months
families who previously lived in poverty
with limited food resources have been able to increase their income and store food for the future as well as providing nutritious food to their children. The health and well-being of families (with 47% being children) is also improving as a direct result of building 65 toilets and 103
water wells and educating in health
and hygiene practices. This year child protection training has been included as well as assisting 38 women's support
groups and including 139 people with
disabilities in the program.
African men & women in Malawi & Zambia taught to improve crops, learn about health & hygiene, nutrition and HIV/Aids,
helping their families out of poverty
bringing joy to the lives of men & women
income generation in Togo
Our aim is to give men and women the tools so that they can lift themselves out of poverty
What joy it gives people when they can see “ the light at the end of the tunnel”. For many of the poor around the world, all they need is an opportunity and this year you have been instrumental in helping Global Concern increase the joy of the poor as they begin to find a way out of their misery ... from the slums of Bangladesh, a low-caste village in India, prisons in Ethiopia and impoverished villages in Malawi, Zambia and Togo. In 2013 an evaluation was done of the Bangladesh Community Development Program over the last 10 years to see what long-term difference it had made to educate children, train women in sewing and help men own their own riskshaw.
The results were amazing!
97% of the people evaluated recorded an increase in levels of income. (54% had not been earning any regular income before the program commenced). As the result of increased income 24% started their own business, 14% found permanent employment 6% bought land or a house and 17% of families were able to send their children for further education. 88% of the students surveyed completed Secondary School, 18% completed tertiary education and 24% reported finding permanent employment. An overwhelming result was that the people surveyed have reported that they are now “living well” . Many, many thanks for your financial support which has made all this possible and has literally
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ALEX THOMAS, B.A. in Political Science & History, G.Dip.Theology Vice-Chairman Uniting Church Minister, Regional Police Chaplain for Bankstown (Sydney) Local Area Command, Graduate of University of Madras, India and Union Biblical Seminary in Pune, India. Served as Teacher and Pastor in Malaysia, Borneo, and Sydney. DAVIDSON JAMES, B(Hons), LL M(Tas), Dip.Tax(Monash), Notary Public Secretary Graduated from Universities in Singapore and Australia as a Solicitor. Lecturer at the University of Tasmania and Charles Stuart University Wagga Wagga. Commenced Law Firm 1989 in Parramatta Sydney. KEN KOH, B.Comm, BA, MPL, CPA, DFS Treasurer Ken has had varied experiences in missions for 5 years in Indonesia, Uganda and Singapore, and pastoring in Australia. He has also worked in banking and financial services and is currently practising as a CPA accountant and financial planner. ERIC LEACH Executive Director (Founding Director) Graduate, Bible College of Queensland, Ordained Minister of Every Home for Christ, 17 years experience with Youth for Christ (Board and Staff). Over the past 36 years he has developed Every Home Global Concern into a multi-faceted and professional Charity with Australian government accreditation. Winner of 2008 Equity Trustees Special Judges award. ROBYN PEEBLES Director Founder and Senior Pastor of the Church of the Good Shepherd in West Ryde (27 years). Director of Kingdom Living Ministries International. Awarded the Premiers Award for Services to the Community. Consultant and mentor of civic & Christian leaders. CDP candidate for federal parliament.
STEVE SKOROBOGATY Director Executive Business Consultant , former General Manager Anadis Ltd, extensive corporate experience in management and leadership roles in an international environment.
ROGER MACKAY Director Parish Manager at Mahranghi Presbyterian Church. Manager of Mahu Vision Community Trust. Chairman New Zealand EHGC Board of Directors. Previously served as the Executive assistant for the organisation.
JOHN EALAND Director Licensed Real Estate Sales Executive for Summit Real Estate Blenheim. As a volunteer over 23 years, John organised events and concerts to raise funds and increase the donor base for Every Home for Christ. Vice-Chairman of the New Zealand Board.
board of directors & staff
Dâ€™ARCY WATSON Director BA in Theology, MA in Education for Special Needs Children After Theological studies in the UK and USA, Dâ€™Arcy pastored churches in Tasmania, Victoria, South Australia and Northern Territory and recently retired from teaching special needs children in Sydney.
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It has been our pleasure as a Board to oversee the efforts of Global Concern and I join with the other Board members and staff in expressing our gratitude to the donors who have made possible the results you see in this Annual Report. Because of the professionalism of the staff, this year has seen Global Concern receive Full Accreditation from the Australian Government for a further 5 years and we are grateful for this assistance. We trust that the year ahead will see even more progress as we seek to help improve the lives men, women and children who live in poverty. Robert McConaghy ROBERT McCONAGHY Managing Director, McConaghy Group Pty Ltd in the business of investment and development of shopping centres.
Lorraine Leach Office Consultant
Eric Leach Executive Director
Aaron Moore Overseas Projects Manager
Miriam Ford Secretary to the Executive Director
Katherine Franks Overseas Projects Manager
Mei Lan Loh Book-keeper Diplave Pokhrel Financial Secretary Billy McCartney Volunteer - Accounts
Debbie Wilmshurst Sponsorship Secretary
Justin Franks Development Officer
Global Concern / Every Home Global Concern Australia: PO Box 168 Penshurst NSW 2222 Telephone: (02) 9570 8211 Facsimile: (02) 9570 4738 www.globalconcern.org.au firstname.lastname@example.org ABN 88 001 276 240
Occasionally we “ Thank you hear of ladies’ groups who to the ladies’ groups who use innovative wys are raising money for the poor. This group pictured from to raise funds Melbourne raise funds “from out of thin air” as they collect to support the poor. used stamps and prepare them for sale. Their money goes We value primarily to train Bangladesh ladies in tailoring skills and to their contribution provide them with their own machine so that they can earn very much. an income. Another group of ladies have formed a “Walking Group” and, after they walk, they have a coffee and give the price of a cake (which they DON’T eat) to help the poor. Congratulations for your perseverance and thank you for your compassion for the poor.
a very, very special thank you to our office and overseas aid volunteers
financial situation Every Home Global Concern Ltd INCOME STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2013 2012-13 2011-12 REVENUE Donations and gifts Monetary $ 589,523 $ 567,060 Non-monetary $ 8,875 $ 0 Bequests and Legacies $ 204,255 $ 0 Grants AusAID $ 430,452 $ 430,452 Other Australian $ 0 $ 0 Other overseas $ 0 $ 0 Investment income $ 8,085 $ 9,170 Other income $ 104,894 $ 114,059 Revenue for International Political or Religious Proselytisation Programs $ 501,686 $ 507,810 (“Proselytisation” is the government’s word for evangelism & we are not involved in political programs) TOTAL REVENUE $1,847,770 $1,628,551 EXPENDITURE International Aid and Development Programs Expenditure International programs Funds to international programs $ 623,872 $ 662,314 Program support costs $ 85,965 $ 110,395 Community education $ 6,890 $ 16,122 Fundraising costs Public $ 42,869 $ 35,773 Government, multilateral and private $ 10,000 $ 10,000 Accountability and Administration $ 167,996 $ 156,000 Non-monetary expenditure $ 0 $ 0 Total International Aid and Development Programs Expenditure $ 937,592 $ 990,604 Expenditure for International Political or Religious Proselytisation Programs$ 334,838 $ 433,794 (“Proselytisation” is the government’s word for evangelism & we are not involved in political programs) Domestic Programs Expenditure (Incl Monetary & Non Monetary) $ 290,520 $ 279,023 TOTAL EXPENDITURE $1,562,950 $1,703,421 EXCESS / (SHORTFALL) OF REVENUE OVER EXPENDITURE $ 284,820 -$ 74,870 International Aid & Development Programs Expenditure
Total international programs Community education
Total fundraising costs Accountability and Administration
Every Home Global Concern Ltd BALANCE SHEET AS AT 30 JUNE 2013
ASSETS Current Assets Cash and cash equivalents $ 630,106 $ 386,320 Trade and other receivables $ 79,772 $ 111,655 Inventories $ 0 $ 0 Assets held for sale $ 0 $ 0 Other financial assets $ 110,000 $ 110,000 Total current assets $ 819,878 $ 607,975 Non current assets Trade and other receivables $ 0 $ 0 Other financial assets $ 0 $ 0 Property, plant and equipment $ 776,547 $ 781,966 Investment property $ 0 $ 0 Intangibles $ 0 $ 0 Other non-current assets $ 0 $ 0 Total non current assets $ 776,547 $ 7 81,966 TOTAL ASSETS $1,596,425 $1,389,941 LIABILITIES Current Liabilities Trade and other payables $ 88,387 $ 97,945 Borrowings-supporter investment loans $ 126,889 $ 133,666 Current tax liabiities $ 0 $ 0 Other financial liabilities $ 0 $ 0 Provisions $ 68,599 $ 130,600 Other financial liabilities $ 0 $ 0 Total current liabilities $ 283,875 $ 362,211 Non current liabilities Borrowings $ 0 $ 0 Other financial liabilites $ 0 $ 0 Provisions $ 0 $ 0 Other $ 0 $ 0 Total non current liabilities $ 0 $ 0 TOTAL LIABILITIES $ 283,875 $ 362,211 NET ASSETS $1,312,550 $1,027,730 EQUITY Reserves $ 396,613 $ 396,613 Retained Earnings $ 915,937 $ 631,117 TOTAL EQUITY $1,312,550 $1,027,730
INDEPENDENT AUDIT REPORT 30/06/13 To the Members of Every Home Global Concern Ltd SCOPE We have audited the summarized financial report of Every Home Global Concern Ltd for the year ended 30 June 2013 in accordance with Australian Auditing Standards. AUDIT OPINION In our opinion, the information reported in the summarized financial report is consistent with the annual financial report from which it is derived and upon which we expressed an unqualified audit opinion in our report to the members dated 4th October 2013. For a better understanding of the scope of our audit, this report should be read in conjunction with our audit report on the annual statutory financial report.
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Every Home Global Concern Ltd STATEMENT OF CHANGES IN EQUITY FOR THE YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2013
Retained Earnings Reserves Total Balance at 1 July 2013 (commencing balance) $631,117 $396,613 $1,027,730
Adjustments or changes in equity due to, for example, adoptions of new accounting standards $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 Changes in equity for example from changes in asset fair value transactions $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 Excess of revenue over expenses $284,820 $ 0 $ 284,820 Other amounts transferred (to) or from reserves ` $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 Balance at 30 June 2012 (year end balance) $915,937 $396,613 $1,312,550
Every Home Global Concern Ltd
TABLE OF CASH MOVEMENTS Africa Food Security & Health Education Total for other non-designated purposes TOTAL
cash available at beginning of year
$ $ $
0 386,320 386,320
cash raised during year
$ $ $
430,533 1,440,526 1,871,059
cash disbursed during year
$ $ $
430,533 1,196,740 1,627,273
cash available at end of year
$ $ $
0 630,106 630,106