HOW DOES THE LASALLIAN FOUNDATION DETERMINE WHICH PROJECTS ARE FUNDED?
Project partners in Pakistan and Papua New Guinea have already been identified because they cater for the poor and disadvantaged and are unable to partially or fully fund basic running expenses, infrastructure needs or provide support for teachers and students. The final determination of project funding is made by the Lasallian Foundation Board.
HOW ARE PROGRAMS FUNDED?
Our programs are funded by income we receive from donors (including Lasallian and associated schools), supporters, event sponsorships and other trusts and foundations. We do not receive any government funding.
WHERE DOES THE MONEY GO?
Since our inception, Lasallian Foundation Australia has demonstrated careful management of funds in the communities you support. We are an efficient and effective organisation committed to the good stewardship of our limited resources. As part of this commitment we aim to keep our fundraising costs at no more than 10% of our income each year.
Like, all Australian companies, our financial statements are externally audited every year and our annual reports are prepared to internationally acknowledged standards of transparency for not-for-profits. For full details of our full audited financial reports, please read our Annual Report. We also complete an Annual Information Statement for the ACNC.