Operation Blessings

(2016) Proactively provided the latest audit report and support high transparency, which is commendable
Website has annual work report, and would be even nicer to have audit reports available
Major source of income was public donation
No government subsidy
No fundraising event
Fund raising expense and efficiency were calculated using advertisement and promotion expense
Advertisement and promotion expense was less than 1% of total expenditure
Cost of raising every $1 was less than $1
Program expense and administrative expense were 96% and 4% of total expenditure
No staff cost as all front line staff cost were absorbed in program expense
Donation was spent on Amity Foundation, which supported the medical, disaster relief, social welfare and village development in China
Other programs including CBN and Christian Broadcasting Network in China
More details of the projects are available on website
Cash in hand was about HKD900k, which can support operation for 5-6 months
Recorded a slight surplus in 2016


(2012)
Major source of income was public donation
No subvention from the Government or Community Chest
Public donation was the only income other than grant from CBN HK
Fund raising efficiency was estimated by fund raising activities expense and mail expenses
Good fund raising efficiency
Cost of raising every $100 was about $6
Fund raising cost was about 7% of total expenditure
Project expense, salaries and administrative expense were about 82%, 9% and 2% of total expenditure
Good cost control with no staff cost and administrative cost
Record a surplus
Cash in hand can support operation for about 4 months
Services reports and users interviews in past several years are available on the website

核查日期:Nov. 3, 2018

Rating
Fund Needs
$$$
Fund-raising efficiency
Fund-raising expenses
Project expense
Staff salaries
Administrative expenses
010

Suggestion

To consider to have an annual report showing the service statistics so that public can understand the operation at one glance

Charity Information

Fight poverty</br> Disaster Relief</br> Services include free medical treatment, body check, surgery, housing reconstruction, education sponsorship etc

http://www.obhk.org/

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