Operating in 10 countries across sub-Saharan Africa with headquarters in New York, Millennium Promise oversees a budget of more than $25 million annually. At least 85% of these funds go directly to programs on the ground designed to help communities escape extreme poverty.
Your donation supports Millennium Promise in our mission to operate and finance the Millennium Villages Project, helping more than 500,000 people across sub-Saharan Africa to escape extreme poverty for good.Donate
IRS Form 990
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Audited Financial Statements
Audited financial statements are available upon request and are released in November. Millennium Promise's fiscal year is January 1–December 31.
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Expenditures by Service Category
Condensed Financial Information — FY 2011
|Net Assets — Beginning of the Fiscal Year||$27,116,186|
|Private Gifts and Grants||$34,474,676|
|Program Services (including Millennium Villages Project)||$24,155,062|
|Management and General (before Reserves Against Pledges in Arrears)||$3,047,441|
|Reserves Against Pledges in Arrears1||$1,570,000|
|Excess/(Deficit) of Operating Revenue over Expenses||($4,547,936)|
|Net Assets — End of the Fiscal Year||$31,664,122|
1 Millennium Promise requires reverses to be made against pledges in arrears