Financial overview 2017

A variety of donors fund ICMC’s work and, in so doing, make it possible for it to accomplish its mission of protecting and serving uprooted people wherever they are and regardless of their status. We are deeply grateful to all of them for their support and trust. Government and multilateral funding cover most of ICMC’s operational and advocacy programs around the world. This funding is complemented by contributions from ICMC national members and Vatican offices as well as Catholic foundations. 

In 2017, ICMC’s total funding reached 38.2 million USD. This includes activities funded by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) for the Deployment Scheme in Geneva, by the United States Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration (PRM) for programs in Turkey and Jordan, and by the European Union Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection Department (ECHO) for activities in Jordan. 

Donations from private donors also play a crucial role in supporting ICMC’s work. ICMC, Inc. Development Office in Boston, U.S. has been supported by some 17,000 individual donors of whom around 7,000 do so regularly. To them, we are deeply grateful. 

In 2017, 88% of the funds that ICMC received from institutional and private donors went directly to funding programs, while 12% went towards management and supporting services. 

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PDF icon Financial report 2017(pdf, 1.93 MB)