Monday June 1, 2020

Goal doubles income to €127m in successful 2014

The increased was due to a significant rise in institutional donor funding, with grant income doubling to €111 million

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor

@susmitchellsbp
25th October, 2015
Goal chief Barry Andrews has helped expand its reach

Goal, one of Ireland’s biggest international relief and development agencies, doubled its income to €127 million last year.

Recently filed accounts for Goal stated 2014 was an “exceptional year” for the not-for-profit organisation, with the increased income enabling it to raise charitable expenditure by over 70 per cent to €106 million last year.

The increased income was largely due to a significant rise in institutional donor funding, with grant income doubling to €111...

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