We take our responsibility to spend funds wisely very seriously.

The choices that we make are thoughtfully planned and help us achieve the goals that are set out in our strategy. At the same time, we are committed to meeting the requirements of our funders/donors. We work in partnerships to  ensure that our resources deliver maximum impact wherever the need is greatest.

Where our money comes from

In 2016 our turnover was £4.8m, made up of three main sources:

  • trading*       50%
  • institutional  12%
  • fundraising   38%

*Income from trading is driven by our social enterprise Motivation Direct Ltd., which sells our mobility products. 100% of the profits are fed back into our charitable activities. Trading in 2016 was particularly successful resulting in £271,000 net profit being fed back to the charity from surpluses.

Where our money goes

For every £1 raised, 83p is spent on improving the lives of disabled people all over the world.

Read our latest annual accounts here.

Transparency

Motivation is transparent in our work and accountable to our stakeholders.

We share information with people with mobility disabilities, partner organisations, funders/donors, staff, volunteers and the general public.

The information we publish and how we respond to Requests for Information are important aspects of accountability.

We are currently publishing data compliant to the transparency standards of the International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI) for our past DFID-funded programme in Uganda. You can find this data here.

IATI aims to make information about aid spending easier to access, use and understand. This also reflects the commitment to transparency outlined in our Open Information policy below.

Read our Open Information policy

Support Motivation

Click here to make a donation to Motivation, helping us change the lives of disabled people all over the world.

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