|Source: IRS Form 990|
The Miami-based group's 2013 expenses included:
- Other salaries and wages: $664,076
- Payroll taxes: $51,946
- Accounting: $11,000.
- Other: $68,800.
- Advertising and promotion: $286.
- Information technology: $26,622.
- Travel: $231,321.
- Insurance: $77,304.
- Aid, support, cash, equipment: $625,679.
- Contracted services: $34,705.
- Bank fees: $6,761.
- Miscellaneous: $94.
|Total expenses in 2013: $1,798,594.|
Total revenue for 2013 was $1,703,786. That included $1,068,572 in government grants and $635,214 in other contributions and fundraising, including the group's Noche Tropical event.
The foundation reported receiving $4,167,087 in grants from 2009 to 2013. That included:
- $342,680 in 2009
- $503,120 in 2010
- $791,303 in 2011
- $1,119,920 in 2012
- $1,410,064 in 2013
To empower Cuban civil society to build a durable democracy in Cuba that is free of human rights violations by enhancing on-island civil society's awareness and effectiveness in nonviolent activism and by facilitating civic training materials, communication equipment, thematic 'know-how' manual (e.g. entrepreneurship, micro-financing, etc.) and financial support along with creating awareness and documenting, within the island and in the international community, human rights violations while collaborating with international and on-island nongovernmental organizations to provide for additional expertise and resources to provide humanitarian aid.Related: "Democracy aid: Two radically different approaches"