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Financial Year Reports
22STARS Foundation became officially reregistered in March 2017.
See here our Policy Paper 2018-2022, Financial Year Report 2017 and Report of 2016
Policy Paper 2018-2022
In this policy paper, we will give an insight in the following:
o Mission statement, vision and aim of the foundation
o Work Activities of the Foundation
o The way in which the Foundation raises money
o Management of assets of the Foundation
o The spending of the assets of the Foundation
o The functioning of the board
Financial Year Report 2017
The 22STARS foundation became an official reregistered foundation in March 2017, but started already with fundraising and carrying out their programs in 2016. Hence we take also the first months of 2017 into account and compare our results of this year with the year 2016. We stared to focus on five program pillars: education, nutrition, development, after school, small businesses. In 2017 we provided our children every week with a hot meal, we held our first parent conference, started with the small business trainings and zero interest loans and expanded our programs. In addition to the Acholi Quarter slum we expanded our programs to the Danida slum in Jinja. At the end of 2017 we had 180 children in school. We also had several sponsors of the children coming to Uganda to visit the projects. Stella Airoldi – the founder of 22STARS Foundation- was in Uganda in March, April, July, August, October and November.
Financial Year Report 2016
22STARS Foundation only became an official reregistered foundation in March 2017, however in this report we like to already show how we spend the money raised with the GoFundMe campaign and the money received from individual sponsors to sponsor their specific child. 100% of the donation money was spend on the kid’s! We started raising money for school fees through GoFundMe in December 2015. And started spending it in 2016 to pay school fees for the children. At the end of the year we also started paying medicine, clothes, food and other expenses for them. Stella Airoldi – the founder of 22STARS KIDS- was herself in Uganda in March, April, October and November 2016.