Ensaaf's accounting year runs from November 1 to October 31. In its last accounting year of November 1, 2009 to October 31, 2010, Ensaaf spent $221,778. Programmatic expenses accounted for 71% of the costs, general operations were 16%, and fundraising comprised 12%.
In its last accounting year, Ensaaf received $132,375 in individual contributions, and $36,844 in matching funds from corporations. Ensaaf also received in-kind benefits valued at $655.
Ensaaf receives support from:
- Sikh Spirit Foundation
- Ik Manzil Foundation
Every month, as part of Ensaaf's Evaluation and Monitoring Program, our bookkeeper produces three main financial statements: Statement of Financial Position, Actual Compared to Budget, and Statement of Activities. Our bookkeeper also prepares a Statement of Activities for each major program area, breaking down expenses for each project in the program, as well a Statement of Activities by Activity for programs that have projects with tasks. Ensaaf's staff time is also diligently tracked using the same method.