How Nonviolent Peaceforce is funded
With support from people like you, as well as governments, religious organizations, foundations, and other bilateral funders, we protect civilians and prevent violence in conflict zones around the world. Please see our latest document Nonviolent Peaceforce: Progress Report July 2014 - June 2015 to learn more about the impact we are having around the world. Our total expenses in the time period reported was $11.5 Million USD. The charts below indicate the percentage of funds spent on operations and programming and the sources of revenue.
2014/2015 Support & Revenue
Support from individuals is crucial to Nonviolent Peaceforce's work. Individual donations provided about 13% of the fund in the period July 2014 - June 2015.
Among these contributions, we also count foundations and religious organizations grants, which have always played an important role in supporting Nonviolent Peaceforce.
Government and Other Bilateral Grants
NP could not function without the support of governments and other bilateral partners. We received grants from government agencies and other organizations such as Belgium, the European Commission, UNICEF, UNDP, Australia, Norway, and UNHCR.
See our Annual Reports here.
- US Financial Statement (2015) (Audited)
- US Financial Statement (2014) (Audited)
- Statutory auditors 2014 official report NP aisbl and US
- US Financial Statement (2013) (Audited)
- US Financial Statement (2012-2011)
- US Financial Statement (2011-2010)
- US Financial Statement (2010-2009)
- US Financial Statement (2009) (Audited)
- US Financial Statement (2008) (Audited)
- US Financial Statement (2007) (Audited)
- US Financial Statement (2006) (Audited)
- US Financial Statement (2005) (Audited)
The US Form 990 is the document submitted by tax-exempt and non-profit organizations to provide the Internal Revenue Service with annual financial information. The 990 forms for Nonviolent Peaceforce are available for examination and download. Find our US IRS Tax-exempt letter and our Form 1023 here.