This is an annual review of the work of IofC International including the President's message, and the information about IofC International. Enquiries, and orders for printed copies in English or French, can be sent by email
You can download PDF versions of the print document:
- Annual Report and finances 2015 in English (4.3MB)
- Annual Report and finances 2014 in English (2.5 MB)
- Annual Report and finances 2013 in English (16MB)
- Annual Report and finances 2012 in English (1MB)
- Highlights 2011-2012 in English (1MB)
- Highlights 2010-2011 in English (1MB)
- Highlights 2009-2010 in English (1Mb)
- Highlights 2008-2009 in English (1MB)
- Highlights 2007-2008 in English (1MB)
- Highlights 2006-2007 in English (.5MB)
Initiatives of Change depends on the generosity of individuals and institutions to continue its vital work. With a long history of volunteerism overheads are kept to a minimum and a little goes a long way. As well as money and gifts of equipment and property, many have given the priceless gift of their time and skills.
In most countries personal donations by individuals form the largest single source of income, though other funding models also exist. In Japan, for example, the main source of finance is from corporate membership. In India revenue is generated from a programme of training courses at the IofC centre in Panchgani which companies and organizations pay for their personnel to attend. The international conference centre in Caux, Switzerland, is partly financed by a hotel management school that rents the facilities outside conference periods. Most specific programs aim to be self-financing, through individual donations and grants from trusts, foundations or public institutions.
The International Association of IofC (Initiatives of Change International) exists to facilitate coordination between member countries, partnership with other international organizations and to provide oversight of IofC trans-national programmes. Its income is derived from donations by member countries with additional external funding for specific projects. During 2006 to 2009 a major source of external funding was the Swiss Government who largely financed a programme of peace-building activities in Burundi undertaken by the IofC International Association.
To download the Audited Accounts for 2011 click here
To download the Audited Accounts for 2010 click here
To download the Audited Accounts for 2009 click here
To download the Audited Accounts for 2008 click here
To download the Audited Accounts for 2007 click here
To download the Audited Accounts for 2006 click here
Please note that beginning in 2012, financial information is combined with the annual report (see top of page).