TAC income and expenditure in response to people displaced by xenophobic violence

On Friday 23 May 2008, the TAC began co-ordinating an emergency response to assist people displaced by xenophobic violence. TAC raised an unprecedented amount of money and goods and services donations from the public. In the interests of transparency, we provide here a draft income and expenditure statement for activities up to 3 September 2008. Our response continues, albeit that we are winding it down. The income and expenditure sheet below excludes the donations, many of them very large, and discounts we received. The reconciliation below is draft, subject to change and unaudited. TAC’s audits are usually completed in September of each year and report up to the end of our financial year-end in February.

An easier-to-read PDF version of the table can be downloaded here.

On Friday 23 May 2008, the TAC began co-ordinating an emergency response to assist people displaced by xenophobic violence. TAC raised an unprecedented amount of money and goods and services donations from the public. In the interests of transparency, we provide here a draft income and expenditure statement for activities up to 3 September 2008. Our response continues, albeit that we are winding it down. The income and expenditure sheet below excludes the donations, many of them very large, and discounts we received. The reconciliation below is draft, subject to change and unaudited. TAC’s audits are usually completed in September of each year and report up to the end of our financial year-end in February.

An easier-to-read PDF version of the table can be downloaded here.

SUMMARY 
Humanitarian Income:R 3,125,044
Humanitarian ExpenditureR 3,120,312
Humanitarian Balance:R 4,733
  
Advocacy IncomeR 1,006,258
Advocacy ExpenditureR 854,929
Advocacy BalanceR 151,329
  
Monitoring Income:R 332,285
Monitoring ExpenditureR 218,325
Monitoring BalanceR 113,960
  
Total IncomeR 4,463,587
Total ExpenditureR 4,193,566
BalanceR 270,022
  

 
DETAILED EXPENDITURE BREAKDOWN 
HUMANITARIANAmount
Food Stuffs 
Basic Dry GoodsR 1,295,332
MeatR 35,762
MilkR 4,493
Baby FoodsR 139,743
Fruit and VegetablesR 57,667
  
Material needs 
BlanketsR 121,042
Plastic ground sheetingR 10,024
MattressesR 20,497
  
Clothing 
GeneralR 80,493
Rain JacketsR 115,257
  
Other 
Cleaning ProductsR 3,734
Sanitary ProductsR 34,255
Baby ProductsR 53,275
ToiletriesR 30,226
PhamacueticalsR 10,252
MiscR 12,047
  
Services 
Vehichle HireR 66,861
Driver HireR 44,500
PetrolR 27,089
Equipment HireR 174,809
Contingency / SundryR 500
ElectricityR 2,976
AccomodationR 292,745
TransportR 160,647
  
Materials – humanitarian information 
ProductionR 19,962
  
StaffR 80,200
  
Office Expenses
Telephone and FaxR 12,330
StationaryR 11,518
RefreshmentsR 59,113
SundryR 3,271
SecurityR 4,058
AirtimeR 20,806
Computer EquipmentR 20,816
Still to be allocatedR 94,012
TOTALR 3,120,312
  
ADVOCACY 
Cape Town Parliament Protest MarchR 216,191
MediaR 381,363
Johannesburg UNHCR ProtestR 60,035
Khayelitsha DemonstrationsR 20,000
SJC Community Meeting Against XenophobiaR 10,000
Civic Centre Sit InR 15,045
Western Cape DemonstrationR 15,001
Western Cape Triple DemostrationsR 25,738
Salaries for Press OfficerR 20,250
Demonostration outside Cape High CourtR 4,920
JohannesburgR 25,000
Petty CashR 11,384
Social Justice Coalition Anti-Xenophobia ActivitiesR 50,000
TOTALR 854,929
  
MONITORING 
Salaries:R 111,775
OverheadsR 3,450
Petty Cash expensesR 14,503
Consultants FeesR 24,200
PrintingR 24,397
JohannesburgR 40,000
TOTAL R 218,325
TOTAL EXPENSESR 4,193,566

 

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