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Our Finances

We are committed to financial integrity. We know that every dollar given to us is because someone wants to help a child in Nicaragua. Maximizing the stewardship of gifts entrusted to us is an extremely high priority.

For every dollar you invest in ORPHANetwork we provide $1.26 of services to a child.

Who Invests in our work?
68% provided from Individuals and Businesses
19% provided from Gift-in-Kind Organizations
13% from U.S. Churches and Nonprofit Partners
We are committed to financial integrity

Accredited Since 2004

5 Consecutive Years

Since 2016

Excellence in Giving Seal of Transparency

Ensure our transparency
  • We are an established 501(c)(3) with ECFA Accreditation (Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability).
  • We are recognized as an official NGO (Non-Governmental Organization) in Nicaragua.
  • We are guided by an independent Board of Directors with measures in place to ensure financial transparency and integrity.
  • We work closely with our partner churches and organizations both in the United States and in Nicaragua.
  • We work with each Nicaraguan partner to plan and develop their annual operating and capital budgets.
  • We receive and review regular financial statements from each orphanage and Local Church Initiative to ensure spending is consistent with their budgets.
  • We have been a 4-star Charity on Charity Navigator for six consecutive years.
  • We earned Guidestar’s 2022 Platinum Seal of Transparency
  • Our Form 990 is available to the public as well as our 2021 Audit.

We are focused on stewarding our investors’ gifts to create the largest impact possible for the children that need our help the most. For that reason, we will only enter into a new community partnership that meets this criteria:

  • a minimum of 75 children
  • 17% of the children under five-years-old are chronically malnourished
  • access to a clean water source

Success is only possible with the Lord’s blessing and our investors who get behind our work to provide vulnerable and orphaned children with hope and a future.

More than 30,500 children and adults have come to Christ since 2012.

In 2020, our After School Education Program expanded to reach more than 1,970 children in 43 communities.

Since 2017, more than 400 jobs have been sourced through our job skills training program.

In 2021, 39 communities of abject poverty reached goal of 2 or fewer malnourished children.

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