Making optimum use of your contributions

NPH’s financial reporting shows how we strive to make the best possible use of our donors’ contributions. We seek to keep operating expenses as low as possible. We carefully assign all donated funds and publish an annual report and financial statement every year.

Child at NPH Honduras eating fruit
A happy child at NPH Honduras, with help from you

Our Annual Report

Our latest annual report from 2021 is published on the website of the Charity Commission for England and Wales. You can also download it directly.

In 2019 and 2020, we provided grants of almost £42,000 to our 9 programme countries. In the area of education, we gave disadvantaged children and young people the opportunity to go to pre-school, school and university. We also funded the life-saving work of St. Damien Paediatric Hospital and NPH Haiti’s special needs programmes.

Thanks to our generous child sponsors, we provided funding for children living in residential care at NPH in a loving and safe environment. The funds enabled these children to benefit from a nutritious diet, receive healthcare and emotional support, progress with their education and enjoy a variety of leisure activities.

For further reading, here are our previous annual reports from 2019, 2018 and 2017.

NPH International annual report

NPH UK is part of a network of NPH offices in 22 countries. For a deeper understanding of NPH’s impact in Latin America in 2022, across our programmes and countries, take a look at the 2022 annual review for NPH International.

Why you should donate to NPH

If you have any questions about why NPH is the ideal recipient of your charitable donations, please contact us.

We also encourage you to read about what makes NPH unique and share our cause with family, colleagues and friends.