Friends of Ngong Road’s operating principles emphasize a strong focus on ensuring that donor investment and trust is well placed and drives measurable outcomes. Given the concern about corruption in Africa, financial accountability has received a great deal of focus from the organization’s U.S. Board members.
2015 Annual Report: I’m Working! It’s Working!
We hope you will enjoy our 2015 Annual Report. In this report we focus on the exciting stories of some of our graduates who have begun to transform their lives because of your dedicated support. We also highlight Karibu Loo, a Nairobi portable toilet social venture Friends of Ngong Road launched to create sustainable growth for the program and to create opportunities for many more children to transform their lives in the future.
Historical Annual Reports:
Each year since 2009, the firm Clifton Larson Allan has audited financial results of Friends of Ngong Road.
Ngong Road Children Association’s (Kenya) financial processes and controls were developed in 2007 by the U.S. co-founder in consultation with a Kenyan audit professional. Those processes have been reviewed by an independent auditor each year in Kenya and in 2011, the U.S. CFO spent a week in Kenya examining our financial processes and making minor modifications. The sister organizations continue to refine their controls and operate with strong financial infrastructure, including sophisticated modeling and forecasting tools that allow leaders to deeply understand the financial levers that drive operations.
- 2015 Audited Financials
- 2014 Audited Financials
- 2013 Audited Financials
- 2012 Audited Financials
- 2011 Audited Financials
- 2010 Audited Financials
- 2009 Audited Financials
Each year, Friends of Ngong Road files a Form 990 with the IRS. Form 990 is required of all U.S. non-profit organizations. It allows anyone interested to examine the financial records of the organization. We make all of our filings available to the public.