Financials

Orbis Worldwide Financials

In 2012, Orbis’s global view of its financial performance, including all five affiliates, shows that over $133.9M was generated in revenue and support. Overall, the group finished the year with a net excess of $9.3M and total net assets of $61.5M. Most importantly, 90 percent or $111.6M of our total expenditures were invested in executing our projects in blindness prevention training, screening, treatments and surgeries. Seven percent ($9.3M) was spent in fundraising and 3 percent ($3.7M) was spent in management and general expenses. Orbis entered 2013 financially well positioned to support its global operations and grow to best serve the goal of reducing the effects of blindness worldwide.

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Orbis Canada

Orbis International and its Canada office depend on caring individuals, companies and foundations for annual funding.  Donated products and services are also of critical importance. The contributions of our corporate and foundation sponsors range from multi-year grants to donated medical products and services, as well as aviation support.

In addition, hundreds of accomplished eye care professionals volunteer their time and expertise to make Orbis training programs possible. Individual donors from across the world share this kind, philanthropic spirit, donating millions to our sight-saving work.

To learn more about how Orbis raises and spends it funds, please view our Annual Report

Orbis Worldwide Financials

In 2012, Orbis’s global view of its financial performance, including all five affiliates, shows that over $133.9M was generated in revenue and support. Overall, the group finished the year with a net excess of $9.3M and total net assets of $61.5M. Most importantly, 90 percent or $111.6M of our total expenditures were invested in executing our projects in blindness prevention training, screening, treatments and surgeries. Seven percent ($9.3M) was spent in fundraising and 3 percent ($3.7M) was spent in management and general expenses. Orbis entered 2013 financially well positioned to support its global operations and grow to best serve the goal of reducing the effects of blindness worldwide.

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Orbis Ireland

 

Orbis depends on caring individuals, companies and statutory funding for annual funding. Donated products and services are also of critical importance. In addition, accomplished eye care professionals volunteer their time and expertise to make Orbis training programs possible.

Orbis is dedicated to preventing and alleviating avoidable blindness in direct, concrete and cost-effective ways.

Orbis Macau

 

Orbis has an outstanding record of fiscal management and cost efficiency. For fiscal year 2012 (January 1 - December 31, 2012), Macau office has raised MOP12,060,630 for our sight-saving work. Every dollar you contribute to Orbis helps to close that gap, and takes us one step closer to achieving our vision of a world in which avoidable blindness is eliminated.

In fiscal year 2012 (January 1 - December 31, 2012), your generosity enabled us to carry out 36 long-term, 17 hospital-based and 8 plane-based programs in developing countries and trained over 20,214 ophthalmologists and eye care professionals. Your and our healing hands have now transformed the lives of some 4,530,000 people and their families worldwide.

Orbis is continually working to find ways to cut costs and work more efficiently, so that the people we serve in the developing world can get the maximum benefit from the contributions that Orbis receives.

Orbis Macau Fiscal Year 2012 Income Sources 

Orbis International Fiscal Year 2012 Expenses

 

Orbis Africa

 

Orbis Africa is committed to transparency both in our work and how we spend investors’ funding in implementing sight-saving programmes and initiatives. We invite you to review the below documents in order to gain a better understanding of income, funding allocation and project spend.

Orbis Singapore office opened January 2014.  Given we are in our first operating year, we have no financials to report.  For more information on Orbis financials please see below.

Orbis Worldwide Financials

In 2012, Orbis’s global view of its financial performance, including all five affiliates, shows that over $133.9M was generated in revenue and support. Overall, the group finished the year with a net excess of $9.3M and total net assets of $61.5M. Most importantly, 90 percent or $111.6M of our total expenditures were invested in executing our projects in blindness prevention training, screening, treatments and surgeries. Seven percent ($9.3M) was spent in fundraising and 3 percent ($3.7M) was spent in management and general expenses. Orbis entered 2013 financially well positioned to support its global operations and grow to best serve the goal of reducing the effects of blindness worldwide.

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Annual Reports

 

Financial Information

Orbis United Kingdom

Orbis depends on caring individuals, companies and foundations for annual funding. Donated products and services are also of critical importance.

To find out more about the funds we raise and how we spend our money, please look at our Global Annual Report.
You can also download our Audited Financial Statements:

Audited Financial Statements 2012
Audited Financial Statements 2011