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Participants 538,246
US$ 221,608,178
Nets 102,583,466

Donation statistics

We show below the number of donations and the total revenue for AMF both for the financial year to date (YTD) and for completed financial years (FY). This gives one measure of our progress. Our financial year end is 30 June.

      
= YTD (as at 12 Nov 2019)   
      
= Rest of the financial year

YTD (as at 12 Nov 2019)Completed Financial Year (FY)
 FY # Donations  Revenues  Average (*) # Donations  Revenues  Average (*)
FY2006 901 $44,763 $50  ($50) 12,683 $1,300,427 $103  ($103)
FY2007 607 -33% $156,047 +249% $257  ($257) 3,179 -75% $391,531 -70% $123  ($123)
FY2008 832 +37% $119,567 -23% $144  ($144) 10,948 +244% $1,110,066 +184% $101  ($101)
FY2009 1,615 +94% $523,369 +338% $324  ($324) 5,304 -52% $1,289,498 +16% $243  ($243)
FY2010 1,738 +8% $229,531 -56% $132  ($132) 5,988 +13% $1,630,380 +26% $272  ($272)
FY2011 1,374 -21% $258,438 +13% $188  ($188) 3,121 -48% $1,165,434 -29% $373  ($373)
FY2012 1,087 -21% $648,023 +151% $596  ($596) 8,143 +161% $4,430,461 +280% $544  ($507)
FY2013 3,650 +236% $1,098,069 +69% $301  ($301) 16,813 +106% $7,783,772 +76% $463  ($386)
FY2014 10,040 +175% $1,984,707 +81% $198  ($189) 24,633 +47% $4,200,795 -46% $171  ($167)
FY2015 6,695 -33% $660,968 -67% $99  ($99) 28,279 +15% $14,108,601 +236% $499  ($322)
FY2016 12,430 +86% $3,607,935 +446% $290  ($210) 52,022 +84% $49,059,113 +248% $943  ($530)
FY2017 20,685 +66% $5,204,103 +44% $252  ($252) 80,944 +56% $46,518,400 -5% $575  ($292)
FY2018 25,956 +25% $6,803,196 +31% $262  ($330) 91,943 +14% $33,266,169 -28% $362  ($336)
FY2019 38,098 +47% $11,695,918 +72% $307  ($157) 112,879 +23% $39,626,145 +19% $351  ($182)
FY2020 39,788 +4% $12,231,852 +5% $307  ($122)

Note: The full year figures above will differ from the top line revenues in our Easier-to-understand accounts as the figures above do not include the following revenues: donations covering central costs, bank interest, exchange rate differences and accruals. Of these, revenues for central costs and accruals can be significant.