GONG's finances

GONG drafts projects and programs, enlisting them to tenders and public calls by international institutions (European Commission, for instance), foreign investors (Open Society, embassies) as well as domestic investors (businesses, local government, the National Foundation for Civil Society Development, Ministries). All approved donations are published in the Annual report. Part of the revenue derives from GRIF - registered accounting of GONG, whose social entrepreneurship surplus accounts for GONG's self-financing activities.

Activity Reports

GONG's finances are transparent, and though it is not our obligation, they annually include fundings, expense reports, donors, etc. on their web-site.

Annual report 2000
Annual report 2001
Annual report 2002
Annual report 2003
Annual report 2004
Annual report 2005
Annual report 2006
Annual report 2007
Annual report 2008
Annual report 2009
Annual report 2010
Annual report 2011
Annual report 2012
Annual report 2013
Annual report 2014

Annual report 2015


Balkan Trust for Democracy

Embassy of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland to the Republic of Croatia

European Commission

Open Society Foundations Network

National Foundation for Civil Society Development - Knowledge Hubs for Social Development

Konrad Adenauer Stiftung (Rule of Law Program South East Europe - RLP SEE)

Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Croatia

European Union

Human Resources Development

Structural and Investment Funds

Office for Cooperation with NGOs

National Foundation for Civil Society Development

European Economic Area (EEA)/Norway Grants