Fundraising and Funds Dissemination/How it currently works

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I think it would be useful, for the purposes of our discussions about fundraising and funds dissemination, to have a table that captures the current state of revenue generation inside the Wikimedia movement. The purpose of this table would be to provide a sense of how much money the movement is currently bringing in, and through what avenues. Sue Gardner 20:30, 24 October 2011 (UTC)


Entity Membership Dues Annual campaign Other small donors Restricted grants (non-Wikimedia) Restricted grants (Wikimedia) [1] Unrestricted grants (non-Wikimedia) Unrestricted grants (Wikimedia) [1] Earned income Major gifts Other source TOTAL
Wikimedia Foundation [2] 0 $19,291,746[3] (70.1%) $1,713,381 (6.2%) 0 0 $3,420,018 (12.4%) 0 $712,690 (2.6%) $2,015,000 (7.3%) $386,732 [4] (1.4%) $27,539,207 (100%)
Wikimedia UK[5] £825 (0.1%) £567,277 (95.8%) £20,603 (3.5%) £3,230 (0.5%) £0 £0 £0 £169 (interest) (0.03%) £0 £0 £592,054 (100%)
Wikimedia Deutschland[6] €95,000 (1.7%) €3,723,138 (69.7%) €350,000 (6.6%) €975,000 (18.2%) €65,000 (1.2%) €20,000 (0.4%) €- €40,000 (0.75%) €- €75,000 (1.4%) €5,343,138 (100%)
Wikimedia Österreich[7] €1,800 €10,000 €0 €0 €0 €131,200 €0 €0 €0 €143,000
Wikimedia Sverige[8] 12,992.85 SEK TC TC 0 SEK 0 SEK 0 SEK 0 SEK 417.27 SEK 297,096.65 SEK 10,120 SEK 320,626.17 SEK
Wikimedia Norway[9] 17,225 NOK N/A 67,616 NOK 0 0 0 0 125 NOK 0 0 84,966.00 NOK
Wikimedia Poland[10] $589
0.54%
0[11] $1898
1.73%
0 0 0 0 $919 [12]
0.84%
0 $106312 [13]
96.89%
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Wikimedia Estonia[14] 120 € (2,3%) 0 120 € (2,3%) 610 € (11,6%) 4364 € (83,1%) 0 0 40 € (0,8%) 0 0 5254 €
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  1. a b When we are totalling the amount of money the movement brings in annually, we will need to exclude this column, because it is not money that comes from outside the movement: it is an internal transfer
  2. Wikimedia Foundation revenues as per "statement of activities" from the audited financial statements of the Wikimedia Foundation, year ended June 30 2011. (July 1 2010 to June 30 2011) Total support and revenue were recorded as USD 24,785,092 (including $665,903 of net assets released from restrictions) plus $3,420,018 in temporarily restricted contributions, AKA grants, for a total of $28,205,110. I will also link to the audited financials as soon as they are published. Sue Gardner
  3. When we are totalling the amount of money the movement brings in annually, we will need to exclude transfers to the WMF from chapters which acted as payment processors, because that is an internal transfer rather than money coming in from outside the movement. Of the 19.3m in this cell, $3,086,388 was an internal transfer from chapters. This means that only $16,205,358 should be counted towards the movement total.
  4. in-kind service revenue plus net investment income
  5. As per wmuk:File:Wikimedia UK accounts 31 January 2011.pdf; numbers are for 1 February 2010-31 January 2011.
  6. According to the 2012 annual plan, consolidated view of the chapter and its non-profit fundraising subsidiary
  7. According to the 2012 annual plan
  8. Financial statent for 2010
  9. wmno:Fil:Regnskap WMNO 2010.pdf
  10. According to internal report for: 01.01.2011 – 31.10.2011 (not yet published)
  11. We do not contribute due to legal issues
  12. Conference fees
  13. 1% tax deducible donations
  14. 2011 estimation