Where Does Your Money Go
Contributions from private donors represent the most important income for us. They enable us to provide help quickly, independently on grants and other donations of state bodies. Efficiency and transparency is extraordinarily important for us. Magna Children at risk does not waste the finances for running big offices or for image campaigns. Our money flow to appropriate areas of work - for implementation and operation of humanitarian and development projects.
We have used 93% of our income in 2010 for field projects.
We are transparent - each donor who registers on our website, receives a regular monthly review about the use of the money he/she has sent.
How your grant helps directly in the fieldwork:
Your donation of 35 Euro will cure seriously malnourished child.
"In Kenya´s villages children are regarded as less important than adults and often are the last to get food – they have to wait for what is left after the rest of the family has eaten..."
Your donation of 30 Euro per month will ensure a medical care to a child with HIV/AIDS for one month.
"When Vothy entered Magna project in Cambodia, she was 11 and her weight was 7 kg. Her mum died of AIDS and father was in the last phase of this disease."
Division of costs in projects according nature:
33% local staff
23% international aid workers
21% medical and nutrition
5% transport - freight - storage
5% logistics and sanitation
12% operational costs
1% other costs
Resource: Magna Children at risk - annual report 2009