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Funding

The Brazzaville Foundation is a philanthropic organisation that adheres to rules of good management. The procedures put in place guarantee that the sources of funding available to it create value for the actions developed with its partners in the program countries in Africa.

Income

  • Public Donors

    National governments

    49%
  • Civil society

    NGO partners

    41%
  • Private Donors

    Companies with a mission

    7%
  • Jean-Yves Ollivier

    Founding Chairman

    3%

Expenses

  • Programs

    44%
  • Structure costs

    43%
  • Fundraising

    8%
  • Governance

    4%

All figures shown are from the annual accounts filed and are available on the website of the Charity Commission, the regulatory body for NGOs in England and Wales.

Control and audit functions

Each year, charities are required to prepare their accounts to make available to the Charity Commission for England and Wales. The preparation of the accounts and the accounting is carried out by Timbers Accountants Ltd, who have been the Foundation's approved firm since its inception in 2015. The annual audit has been carried out by Hicks and Company since 2017, prior to submission to the Charity Commission.

An ethical domiciliation

Since December 2020, the Foundation has been based at The Foundry, a former factory in Vauxhall, London, which houses 30 NGOs working on social justice and development issues. The owner organization, The Ethical Property Company, sees ethical criteria as an essential component for voluntary and private sector organizations, a vision shared by the Foundation.