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AOTEAROA YOUTH LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE 2016-2017Â ANNUAL REPORT


KEY INFORMATION MISSION Our mission is to train and inspire a new generation of New Zealand leaders.

STRUCTURE AYLI’s Trust Deed requires that we have between three and seven trustees; as at 31 March we had six. Our trust board has contracted an Executive Director (ED) to conduct the organisation’s substantive work.

In addition, many volunteers perform support roles (such as design, event support and photography) to back both our programme and AYLI more broadly.

CASH AND RESOURCES Our key source of funding is our programme's revenue. We have also received  donations from members of the 

public to directly support this programme.

METHODS TO RAISE FUNDS We send educational delegations to international conferences (such as United Nations negotiations), and charge a fee to our programme participants to cover the costs of this programme. We have also held

online fundraising appeals to directly support the running of these delegations.

RELIANCE ON VOLUNTEERS. DONATIONS While we have one paid contractor, in 2016-2017 we  have still relied on volunteers to enable us to deliver on all our activities, and on partners to donate venues for the events we hold. 

TYPE OF ENTITY, LEGAL BASIS CHARITABLE TRUST, REGISTERED CHARITY REGISTRATION NUMBER CC51304 OTHER NAME AYLI


SERVICE PERFORMANCE OUR OUTCOMES (1) Provide opportunities that help young Kiwis build their leadership capacity. (2) Support the development of youth-led community-focused or charitable projects in New Zealand. (3) Encourage young Kiwis to volunteer their time and skills to projects benefiting their communities. DESCRIPTION/QUANTIFICATION OF OUR OUTPUTS (TO THE EXTENT PRACTICABLE) ACTUAL ACTUAL BUDGET (2016/17) (2016/17) (2015/16)

Paid employees or contractors Volunteers International Programme delegations International Programme participants

1 3 5 42

1 3 6 30

1 5 2 13


FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE For the year ended 31 March 2017

INCOME Interest Income International - Delegate Fees TOTAL INCOME

56.96 176,656.34 176,713.30

GROSS PROFIT

176,713.30

OTHER INCOME Donations International - Donations International - Other Income International - Loaded for Travel Refunds TOTAL OTHER INCOME

99.07 864.88 807.80 1,137.07 2,908.82

OPERATING EXPENSES Advertising Bad Debts Bank Fees Consulting & Accounting Entertainment Freight & Courier International - Accommodation International - Airport Transfers International - Conference Fees International - Cultural Activities International - Delegation Meals International - Fellowship Support International - Insurance International - Loaded for Travel Payments International - Other Overseas Costs

570.80 3,000.00 196.63 22,943.69 57.39 67.00 30,206.12 612.15 6,209.82 2,197.42 3,738.64 110.80 4,137.68 1,053.35 469.43


FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE For the year ended 31 March 2017

OPERATING EXPENSES (CONTD.) International - Public Transit International - Spending Money International - Swag International - Training Weekend Food International - Training Weekend Speakers International - Travel Printing & Stationery Telephone & Internet Travel - National Volunteer Support TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES NET PROFIT

1,559.69 5,365.48 1,613.47 4,359.98 8.52 81,241.87 2,169.40 346.45 358.40 44.70 172,638.88 6,983.24

NOTES - 'Bad Debts' refers to voided invoices after two delegates withdrew from our programme after their selection in 2016.

- AYLI's International Programme 2016-2017 included five delegations. - 'Loaded for Travel' payments and refunds refer to a cash passport.


FINANCIAL POSITION As at 31 March 2017

ASSETS BANK NPO Performer - 1 to sign NPO Performer - 2 to sign TOTAL BANK

3,897.97 16,746.20 20,644.17

CURRENT ASSETS Accounts Receivable TOTAL CURRENT ASSETS

2,380.42 2,380.42

TOTAL ASSETS

23,024.59

LIABILITIES CURRENT LIABILITIES GST Rounding TOTAL CURRENT LIABILITIES

(511.31) (46.66) (557.97)

TOTAL LIABILITIES

(557.97)

NET ASSETS EQUITY Current Year Earnings Retained Earnings TOTAL ASSETS

23,582.56 6,983.24 16,599.32 23,582.56


CASH MOVEMENTS For the year ended 31 March 2017

INCOME Donations Interest Income International - Delegate Fees International - Donations International - Loaded for Travel Refunds International - Other Income TOTAL INCOME LESS OPERATING EXPENSES Advertising Bad Debts Bank Fees Consulting & Accounting Entertainment Freight & Courier International - Accommodation International - Airport Transfers International - Conference Fees International - Cultural Activities International - Delegation Meals International - Fellowship Support International - Insurance International - Loaded for Travel Payments International - Other Overseas Costs International - Public Transit International - Spending Money International - Swag International - Training Weekend Food International - Training Weekend Speakers

99.07 56.96 176,787.55 864.88 1,137.07 807.80 179,753.33 570.80 3,000.00 196.63 22,943.69 57.39 67.00 30,707.75 612.15 6,209.82 2,197.42 3,738.64 110.80 4,137.68 1,053.35 469.43 1,559.69 5,365.48 1,613.47 4,359.98 8.52


International - Travel Printing & Stationery Telephone & Internet Travel - National Volunteer Support Rounding TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES

81,241.87 2,169.40 346.45 358.40 44.70 21.66 173,162.17

OPERATING SURPLUS (DEFICIT)

6,591.16

GST MOVEMENTS GST Inputs GST Outputs

(1,413.20) 901.89

NET GST MOVEMENTS NET CASH MOVEMENT

(511.31) 6,079.85

SUMMARY Opening Balance Plus Net Cash Movement

14,564.32 6,079.85 20,644.17

CLOSING BALANCE BASIS OF PREPARATION AYLI has elected to apply PBE SFR-A (NFP) Public Benefit Entity Simple Format Reporting - Accrual (Not-ForProfit) on the basis that it does not have public accountability and has total annual expenses of equal to or less than $2,000,000. All transactions in the Performance Report are reported using the accrual basis of accounting. The Performance Report is prepared under the assumption that the entity will continue to operate in the foreseeable future.

BANK ACCOUNTS AND CASH Bank accounts and cash recorded in Cash Movements comprise cash balances and bank balances (including short term deposits) with original maturities of 90 days or less.

TIER 2 PBE ACCOUNTING STANDARDS APPLIED (IF ANY) The Board has not adopted any Tier 2 PBE Accounting Standards in the preparation of these accounts.

CHANGES IN ACCOUNTING POLICIES There have been no changes in accounting policies during the financial year.

GOODS AND SERVICES TAX AYLI registered for GST in October 2016, and so amounts recorded in the Performance Report include or exclude GST as appropriate.

INCOME TAX AYLI is wholly exempt from New Zealand income tax having fully complied with all statutory conditions for these exemptions.


GOODS OR SERVICES IN KIND PROVIDED TO US No significant goods or services in kind were provided to us during this period, except for the work provided by our volunteers.

SIGNIFICANT GRANTS AND DONATIONS WITH CONDITIONS WHICH HAVE NOT BEEN RECORDED AS A LIABILITY / SIGNIFICANT DONATED ASSETS NOT RECORDED / SIGNIFICANT HERITAGE ASSETS NOT RECORDED / ASSETS USED AS SECURITY FOR LIABILITIES / ASSETS HELD ON BEHALF OF OTHERS / CONTINGENT LIABILITIES / RELATED PARTY TRANSACTIONS / EVENTS AFTER THE BALANCE DATE / CORRECTION OF ERRORS / COMMITMENTS None / Not applicable.


Aotearoa Youth Leadership Institute is a non-profit incorporated society (2614038) with registered charity status under the New Zealand Charities Services (CC51304). p +64 021 068 1230 e contact@ayli.org.nz f /youthleadersnz t @youthleadersnz w ayli.org.nz PO Box 11753 Manners Street Te Aro Wellington 6142

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