Financial Summary

Accountability

Engeye, Inc. cares deeply about fiscal responsibility. We carefully consider how we spend the dollars entrusted to us, and are pleased to report that in 2015 an overwhelming majority of expenses (91 percent) went directly to health and education programs in rural Uganda. Only 8 percent of expenses paid for administration and less than 1 percent paid for fundraising. We constantly strive to minimize administration and fundraising costs.

Engeye, Inc. is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization in the United States and contributions are tax-deductible. Our Federal Tax ID Number is 75-3216966.

2015 Summary

In 2015, Engeye, Inc. received a total of $127,750 in revenues, including a $3,500 grant from the American Medical Women’s Association and $30,110 in staff and student sponsorships. Volunteers visiting the Engeye Health Clinic contributed $13,148 toward the total revenues and unrestricted donations comprise the remainder.

Engeye, Inc. spent $96,990 on expenses in 2015, leaving a modest surplus to start 2016. Expenses included:

  • $88,417 on program services, split between Engeye Health and Engeye Scholars.
  • $8,543 on general management and administration.
  • $30 on fundraising.

Supported financially in part by Engeye, Inc., our friends at the Engeye Health Project, Ltd. treated 13,741 patients, administered 25 student sponsorships on behalf of Engeye Scholars, and invested in the Ddegeya community through village health services and outreach.

For further details on Engeye, Inc.’s finances, contact Brian Smoliak.

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2015 Financial Summary