Financials

Annual Reports (2005 to present)

RWF has funded life saving projects in Niger, South Africa and Uganda.

RWF has funded life saving projects in Niger, South Africa and Uganda.

Since RWF began in 2000, we have distributed over $4.1 million in humanitarian aid. Our administrative expenses to direct services ratios vary from year to year based on many factors. For the past ten years an averaged of 91.5% of the funds we received has gone to direct humanitarian service. Our administrative costs are covered by donations from our Board of Directors and donors who have given directly to fund them. 

The 2015 Annual Report will be posted in the fall of 2016

In 2014, of every $1 RWF received (monetary donations, grants, interest income and contributed supplies), 88¢ went to programs and services that directly benefited those most in need 12.8¢ went administrative costs, fundraising costs, and to educate people about issues of humanitarian need: 2014 Annual Report (pdf)

In 2013, of every $1 RWF received (monetary donations, grants, interest income and contributed supplies), 77.2¢ went to programs and services that directly benefited those most in need 22.8¢ went administrative costs, fundraising costs, and to educate people about issues of humanitarian need: 2013 Annual Report (pdf)

In 2012, of every $1 RWF received (monetary donations, grants, interest income and contributed supplies), 86¢ went to programs and services that directly benefited those most in need 14¢ went administrative costs, fundraising costs, and to educate people about issues of humanitarian need: 2012 Annual Report (pdf)

In 2011, of every $1 RWF received (monetary donations, grants, interest income and contributed supplies), 93.4¢ went to programs and services that directly benefited those most in need. 6.6¢ went administrative costs, fundraising costs, and to educate people about issues of humanitarian need: 2011 Annual Report (pdf)

In 2010, of every $1 RWF received (monetary donations, grants, interest income and contributed supplies), 95¢ went to programs and services that directly benefited those most in need. 5¢ went administrative costs, fundraising costs, and to educate people about issues of humanitarian need:  2010 Annual Report (pdf)

In 2009, of every $1 RWF received (monetary donations, grants, interest income and contributed supplies), 97.2¢ went to programs and services that directly benefited those most in need. 1¢ went to educate people about issues of humanitarian need and 1.8¢ went to administrative and fundraising costs: 2009 Annual Report (pdf)

In 2008, of every $1 RWF received (monetary donations, grants, interest income and contributed supplies), 96¢ went to programs and services that directly benefited those most in need. 1.3¢ went to educate people about issues of humanitarian need and 2.6¢ went to administrative and fundraising costs: 2008 Annual Report (pdf)

In 2007, of every $1 RWF received (monetary donations, grants, interest income and contributed supplies), 91¢ went to programs and services that directly benefited those most in need. 2.9¢ went to educate people about issues of humanitarian need and 6.5¢ went to administrative and fundraising costs: 2007 Annual Report (pdf)

In 2006, of every $1 RWF received (monetary donations, grants, interest income and contributed supplies), 92.3¢ went to programs and services that directly benefited those most in need. 2.3¢ went to educate people about issues of humanitarian need and 5.4¢ went to administrative and fundraising costs: 2006 Annual Report (pdf)

In 2005, of every $1 RWF received (monetary donations, grants, interest income and contributed supplies), 98.5¢ went to programs and services that directly benefited those most in need. Administrative and fundraising costs accounted for only 1.5¢ of each dollar: 2005 Annual Report (pdf)