Finance & Governance
We are committed to being as transparent as possible. It’s important that people understand how we work and how the finance is used in our work.
86 pence in every £1 donated by our supporters is spent on the organisation’s direct charitable expenditure.
Our accounts are prepared independently by our auditors in accordance with the Statement of Recommended Practice for charities (SORP). Our Annual Report and audited accounts are available below.
We welcome greater public scrutiny of the sector through such bodies as the Charity Commission and actively promote a transparent and accountable approach to everything we do. We comply fully with the NGO Code of Corporate Governance Co-authored by Dóchas.
Since Children in Crossfire was founded in 1996, all donations have impacted positively on the lives of many millions of children throughout the world who suffer from the injustice of poverty. We hold all donor, volunteer and supporter information securely and confidentially. We respect your privacy and will never share your details with any other organisation. We hold supporter information in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998.
- Combined NI-ROI Accounts 2016
- (R.O.I) Accounts 2016
- (N.I) Accounts 2016
- (Tz) Accounts 2015
- (NI) Accounts 2015
- (NI) Accounts 2014
- (ROI) Accounts 2014
- (Tanzania) Accounts 2014
- Combined Accounts 2014
- Combined Accounts 2013
- Combined Accounts 2012
- Combined Accounts 2011
- Evaluation Report 2012-2015
- Evaluation of Development Education 2012-2015
- Annual Report 2014
- Annual Report 2015
Children in Crossfire is directed by a Board of Trustees, which designates the day to day management of Children in Crossfire to its Executive Director, Richard Moore. The organisation aims to maintain a Board of Trustees comprising of at least 10 members chosen to provide a diverse and balanced…More
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