Vous êtes sur la page 1sur 27

ANNUAL REPORT 2014

WWW.JAYMAKUNAN.ORG

Dear members and supporters,


2014 has truly been an amazing journey for Jayma Kunan and we were again able to
cause a difference for so many children in Moldavia and Peru. With a total amount of
more than EUR 28,000 raised we did not only raise the largest amount in our history,
with the construction of the sports ground in HUAYCAN we were also able to complete
our largest project so far. Thank you all so much for your incredible support and generous
donations, without you we would have not been able to make this impact in so many
little lives!
Kind regards,
Your Jayma Kunan Team
March 22nd 2015
2|Page

www.facebook.com/jaymakunan

CONTENTS
2014 IN A NUTSHELL

Key Highlights
My Key Learnings

4
5

HOW CAN YOU HELP? TWO EXAMPLES

Kitchen Sale at work


Booths at festivals

6
7

ACHIEVEMENTS 2014

Huaycn (Lima, Peru)


Food
Christmas Party
Family Day
The Sportsground in Huaycn
The Bet
Ceadir Lunga (Moldova)

8
8
8
9
10
12
14

COMMUNICATION

14

New Website
Facebook
Betterplace.org

16
17
18

FINANCIAL OVERVIEW AND KEY STATISTICS

20

Donations 2014
Admin Costs
Distribution of Donations and Donors
Member Development

20
21
22
23

OUTLOOK 2015

24

Introducing Programa de Education Temprana in Villa el Salvador, Peru


Budget and Goals 2015
Financial Target 2015

24
25
27

3|Page

www.facebook.com/jaymakunan

2014 IN A NUTSHELL
KEY HIGHLIGHTS
The year 2014 was great for Jayma Kunan, not only in terms of projects but also for the
organization itself. Obviously, we could never have been that successful without the help
of hundreds of supporters. At this point, we would like to thank you all very, very much!
Here are some key highlights of 2014:
The Sportsground: Early in the year we were asked by the community of Huaycn to help
them building a sportsground. We agreed, financed and organized the
constructions. On February 14th 2015, several of our members were
present when it was officially inaugurated.
The Bet:

Quickly it became clear that normal fundraising wouldnt yield to the


required results to be able to finance the constructions of the
sportsground in a short period. Hence, Quirin and Sven made a public
bet over AUD 20,000 or EUR 13,000 which eventually made Quirin do
a half Ironman (113km triathlon) race and provided the necessary
funds.

Bigger and better:

Also as an organization we grew. We now have four additional


members and raised EUR 28,304 as opposed to EUR 10,127 in 2013.
Furthermore, we now have a new website and our number of fans on
Facebook increased from 312 to 424 which is important for as it
increases the awareness about our cause.

Thank you so much for making this possible! We truly hope that you are as excited about
what was achieved as we are and that you continue to support us in helping people who
really need it!

4|Page

www.facebook.com/jaymakunan

MY KEY LEARNINGS
From Quirin, member since 2014

Three events had a special impact on me and I would like to share my learnings with you.
When we started our bet to raise $20,000 via Facebook in 6 weeks, we did not only get
positive responses. A few people had doubts, called it optimistic, impossible or stupid to
even try to raise money with such an idea. However, thanks to your amazing and
continuous support, belief and donations we raised over $20,000 in under 6 weeks,
truly unbelievable!
When I lost my part of the bet with Sven and had to commit to my first Half Ironman, I
could not swim more than a 25m lap, run more than 3km or cycle over 5km. Funny and
crazy was the response of some, simply impossible said the most. 6 months of intense
training later with plenty of frustrations and swearing, but 18kgs lighter, and thanks to
Svens never ending support, I completed my first Half Ironman, swimming 1.8km, cycling
90km and running 21km in 7h. The emotions of the last 2km before finishing are
something I will never forget.
Finally that Sports ground had to be built in HUAYCAN. To successfully construct
something in a remote country is something many other organisations have failed in,
often caused by problems due to distance, language or cultural differences. Adding that
we had not managed a construction site before, you could have called the chances pretty
low to complete the works to the level we expected. But thanks to a great team on the
ground with an unbelievable commitment we were able to open this amazing sports
ground in February 2015. Thank you so much for believing in us!
So what can we take away from all this? Nothing is impossible! We can all have an
influence and drive change, no matter who we are and how difficult it might appear.
Always believe in yourself and your dreams, never give up and be thankful to the ones
supporting and believing in you!
I am looking forward to a great 2015 and all the new projects we have planned.

5|Page

www.facebook.com/jaymakunan

HOW CAN YOU HELP? TWO EXAMPLES


KITCHEN SALE AT WORK
Of course there are multiple ways to help us. You can donate directly for one of our
projects on either on our Web-, Betterplace.org or on our Facebook Page1. Alternatively
you could supply us with in-kind donations like clothes for instance, either in Germany or
in Peru.
However, the initiative of a few interns at Rema
TIP TOP Australia Pty. Ltd really impressed us and
we would like to encourage you to copy it at your
employer.
In February 2014 Rema TIP TOP Australia Pty.
Limited started a very small kitchen sale with
products like chocolate bars, chips, nuts, etc. It
was managed by three interns, Mariah, Nico and
Jack, who take care of the supply chain, the
margins, product selection and also of fast and
slow moving items. Every once in a while they
even baked a cake or cupcakes to sell it there as
well. The success is amazing: with a mere
investment of AU$ 50 at the beginning, they
raised more than AU$ 1,200 in 2014. In 2015 they
will hand their business over to Jennifer and
Daniele, who for sure will continue the good
work.
We think that their initiative serves as a great role
FIGURE 1: MARIAH AND JACK
model and we hope that it may find imitators in
other companies. It is so easy but it makes a real
difference! With the proceeds of the sale we were not only able to cover Jayma Kunans
share of the Christmas party in Huaycn, but also finance the entire inauguration
ceremony of the sportsground including all food & drinks and the balls.
1

www.jaymakunan.org or www.facebook.com/jaymakunan

6|Page

www.facebook.com/jaymakunan

BOOTHS AT FESTIVALS
The LEO Club Ulm/Neu-Ulm Danubius (the younger version of the Lions Club), is
supporting us for 2 years already and we are extremely grateful for their help. Every year,
they have a booth at the 11 bis 11 (in English 11 to 11) festival in Ulm, Germany,
where they sell drinks and delicious food to visitors. After deducting the material costs
they use one part of their
profit to pay antibiotics
for Saif, a three year old
boy from Libya who is in
hospital for a long time
already due to an
immunological disease.
The other part is donated
to Jayma Kunan and we
pay the majority of the
lunches for the kids at
Camino al Cielo with
their funds. We find this
initiative very impressive
and encourage everyone
to engage in something similar.
We want to thank every Leo, who was involved in the festival for their support and help!
Your activity takes a lot of pressure
from us, in particular because you
are a constant supporter of our
cause!
If you want to learn more about
the Leos, please visit their
website: http://www.leos-ulm.de/

If you are interested in similar


initiatives this would obviously be
appreciated very much! We would
7|Page

www.facebook.com/jaymakunan

also be happy to provide you with specific causes for which your donation could be used.
As mentioned above already, Leos contribution is used for the lunches whereas the
kitchen sale proceeds were used to finance the inauguration of the sportsground.

ACHIEVEMENTS 2014
HUAYCN (LIMA, PERU)
After having ensured the continuous supply of lunches, finishing the building and the
supply of educational material for Camino al Cielo, we were asked to support the entire
community by financing a sportsground. As this projects budget was almost twice as high
as the 2013 annual budget for Jayma Kunan, we would like to dedicate a separate section
to that. Obviously, this project was our main focus for 2014.
Nevertheless we of course still continued our involvement with Camino al Cielo itself by
providing funds but also through personal involvement. The following sections will
summarise a few highlights.

Food
Although we concentrated on the sportsground, it was very important to us also stay
involved with Camino al Cielo itself. One of our main concerns is the provision of a
nutritious and healthy meal for every single kid at the Centre. Again, we would like to
thank Leo-Clubs Ulm/Neu-Ulm Danubius (please refer also to Booths at festivals ) which
used a major part of their net proceeds of their stand at the 11 bis 11 Fest in Ulm
(Germany) to finance seven months worth of lunches in 2014.

Christmas Party
The Peruvian company Tasa contacted Jayma Kunan to offer the sponsorship of Camino al
Cielos Christmas Party. Tasa collected donations and sponsored the presents for the kids,
the Xmas lunch and the clowns while Jayma Kunan provided the funds for a magician and
the presents for the teachers. The entire event would not have been possible without
them! We really appreciate their support and help!
Christmas at Huaycn was a lovely experience. The children and their parents gave us an
enthusiastic welcome. These children touched our hearts and we realized that they truly
need support and opportunities to get ahead. Together we enjoyed a clown and a magician
show. We laughed, danced and shared a fantastic morning.
8|Page

www.facebook.com/jaymakunan

Fernando and Ingrid, employees at Tasa and friends of Jayma Kunan.

FIGURE 2: IMPRESSIONS FROM THE CHRISTMAS PARTY

Family Day
As part of Camino al Cielos 2014 program, the school decided not to have a Mothers and
a Fathers Day celebration, but to have a Family Day instead. Mayra, one of our members,
was present helping with the organization and having fun with the kids and their parents.

9|Page

www.facebook.com/jaymakunan

FIGURE 3: IMPRESSIONS FROM THE 2015 FAMILY DAY

THE SPORTSGROUND IN HUAYCN

FIGURE 4: SPORTSGROUND BEFORE AND AFTER THE REFURBISHMENT

Due to the generous support of more than 140 people and working on the project for
almost 10 months, we were finally able to inaugurate the sportsground on Valentines
Day 2015.
It was an amazing ceremony in Huaycn with more than 80 parents and very happy kids,
representatives of the community and Camino al Cielo and even a brass band. Some
10 | P a g e

www.facebook.com/jaymakunan

friends of Jayma Kunan incl.


Bruno, a sports teacher, joined us
as well and played volleyball,
soccer and basketball with the
kids. We also brought a dozen
balls with us and gave every child
present a little back to school
starter kid.
What made us particularly happy
was that the mayor of the entire
district called during the opening
and promised to build bathrooms next to the sportsground. Its just great to see that one
initiative can really cause further positive initiatives.
Overall, compared to how it
looked like before, the
sportsground turned out
great: it is now suitable for
playing soccer, basketball
and even volleyball with a
removable net. It is even the
only place in the area with
real grass. But frankly
speaking, the best part was
seeing the kids smiling,
having fun and enjoying the
place. A lot of people thanked us and promised to take great care of it. We are very
happy that everything worked out so smoothly and that we were now able to get also
engaged in the community of Huaycn.
However, we have to admit that we initially planned to also build a playground just next
to the sportsground, which we unfortunately did not manage to do. The reason was not
the funds, but rather security concerns as we couldnt squeeze it within the fenced area
of the sportsground. The funds budgeted for the playground will now go into the roof of
the kindergarten in Villa el Salvador (see Introducing Programa de Education Temprana
in Villa el Salvador, Peru).

11 | P a g e

www.facebook.com/jaymakunan

In total we invested close to EUR 17,000 in


the pitch which came basically from two
sources:
a) EUR 10,000 was donated by a family who
would like to remain anonymous, a desire we
of course respect. Nevertheless, we would
like to express our deepest gratitude at this
point!
b) The Bet (see next chapter), which raised
around EUR 13,000 within only six weeks and forced Quirin to prepare more than six
months for a half Ironman (a 113km triathlon), which he finished on November 30 th 2014
in Sydney, Australia.

THE BET
So what was this bet about? In March 2014 we realized that the sportsground will be way
more expensive than the EUR 10,000 initially planned. Yet, as we had already announced
that this is going to be our main goal for the year, we somehow had to come up with a
way to raise a lot of money in a very short period of time. During a brainstorming session
we came to the conclusion, that the most attention is created when someone makes a
bet which makes that person suffer in case he loses. Hence, Quirin and Sven agreed on
the bet below which was then shared via Facebook and email.

12 | P a g e

www.facebook.com/jaymakunan

LET'S HELP THESE KIDS!


Like us here Jayma Kunan and donate here www.betterplace.org/en/projects/17723

OUR GOAL: Build a sports/playground for kids in Huaycn, a slum in Peru.


THE BET: Can we raise $20k for this by Easter? Quirin says NO, Sven says YES
THE STAKES: If we raise $20k, Quirin has to do a half ironman. If not, Sven will spend his entire annual
leave in Peru help building the sportsground.
YOUR PART: Like our page, donate min $5 and nominate 3 friends to do the same.

And it worked!!!! Thanks to all of you we were able to raise the EUR 13,000 (or AUD
20,000 at that time) within only six weeks! Incredible!!!! Thank you so much!

13 | P a g e

www.facebook.com/jaymakunan

CEADIR LUNGA (MOLDOVA)


In 2014 we also continued to support
Gloria in Ceadir Lunga with in-kind
donations. We were very happy that the
Peter Schweizer Elementary School in
Gundelfingen provided 40 tables and 80
chairs for the 1st 4th graders in Ceadir
Lunga. Of course we are very grateful for
this generous support and would like to
thank the school administration for their
help.
FIGURE 5: CLASSROOM FURNITURE AFTER ARRIVAL

On top of that, we again sent numerous boxes


of clothes to Moldova. Also, wed like to thank
the pupils of Johann Michael Sailer High
School in Dillingen for their help in loading
the truck with the donations. We were also
working on the provision of more than 20
computers and screens, however, due to some
red tape; we were not able to source the
desktop computers at the time of writing this
report.

FIGURE 6: LOADING THE TRUCK

For more information regarding the project Gloria, which is run by Wort und Tat e.V.,
please visit their website: http://www.wortundtat.de/en/wo-wir-helfen/moldawien/.

COMMUNICATION
From a communication point of view, 2014 was a pretty busy year for Jayma Kunan. We
built a new website, created a page on the donation platform Betterplace.org, lobbied to
appear in newspapers and massively promoted the AU$ 20,000 bet between Quirin and
Sven.
14 | P a g e

www.facebook.com/jaymakunan

New WEBSITE

FUNDRAISING

Betterplace.org

15 | P a g e

www.facebook.com/jaymakunan

PR

NEW WEBSITE
During 2014, we finally refurbished our website after having had it on our to do list for
quite a long time. Of course, the domain stayed the same: www.jaymakunan.org.
Please visit us to get information about our latest projects and initiatives, but also to take
a look at hundreds of pictures of our activities and the places we support.

16 | P a g e

www.facebook.com/jaymakunan

FIGURE 7: SCREENSHOT - REFURBISHED WEBSITE

FACEBOOK
Jayma Kunan is obviously aware of the fact that Facebook is an excellent way to continue
building relationships with our fans and keep them aware and up to date regarding our
projects progress. In the course of 2014 Jayma Kunan increased the number of fans on
Facebook by almost 36% from 312 at the end of 2013 to 424 on December 31 st 2014. For
2015 it is our goal to grow by 50%. So please help us in this endeavour by visiting us on
www.facebook.com/jaymakunan and liking and sharing our page.
The more reach Jayma Kunan gets, the more people will be aware of what we are doing
and how easy it is to support us. Please note that you do not have to be registered on
17 | P a g e

www.facebook.com/jaymakunan

Facebook to be able to see our page there. It is open and visible to everybody and you
can also easily make a donation straight into our account by clicking on Help Us if you
wish to. It is absolutely safe as the donation functionality is provided by our partner
betterplace.org (please refer to the chapter Betterplace.org for more details).

FIGURE 8: FACEBOOK SCREENSHOT (NON-FACEBOOK MEMBER PERSPECTIVE)

BETTERPLACE.ORG
As part of our fundraising program, we found an easy-to-use online tool to help the
organization to collect donations: www.betterplace.org
Jayma Kunan created its own profile page on the platform where multiple current needs,
project descriptions and the required funds necessary to implement the project are
listed. For you as a donor, this has the advantage that you can select the cause for which
you would like to make your donation as opposed to simply transferring funds and not
knowing for which project it is going to be used.
18 | P a g e

www.facebook.com/jaymakunan

Donations can be made via credit card, PayPal or direct debit. This service is free of
charge for donors and Jayma Kunan receives 100% of all donations. If you live in
Germany, you will also receive a donation receipt which Betterplace sends out end of
February of the following year via email.
Click here to see our Betterplace online tool and learn more about our next projects:
https://www.betterplace.org/de/organisations/jaymakunan

19 | P a g e

www.facebook.com/jaymakunan

FINANCIAL OVERVIEW AND KEY STATISTICS


DONATIONS 2014
2014 was an incredible year: overall Jayma Kunan raised a total of EUR 28,304 in donations
and thereby almost tripled the sum it received the year before. Also, we were able to
exceed our target of EUR 22,000 by around 29%.
30,000

28,304
(+180%)

25,000

5,150
(+19%)

20,000
15,000
10,000

10,123
4,454

23,154
(+309%)

5,000
5,668

2013
Individuals

(+309%)

2014

Company/Institutions

FIGURE 9: CHANGE IN DONATIONS RECEIVED 2013 AND 2014

Besides an overall increase we also experienced a particularly strong increase of donations


by individuals.
However, the picture shown in Figure 9: Change in Donations received 2013 and 2014 is probably
a bit misleading as almost 50% of the 2014 donations were made via Betterplace.org
(please also refer to the chapter Betterplace.org).
Since most donations we received via that platform were anonymous, we cannot tell with
certainty whether a donor was an individual or an institution. Due to simplicity reasons, we
assumed that all donations via Betterplace have been made by individuals. This leads to
the fact that 82% of all donations have been made individuals and only 18% by companies
and institutions as opposed to 2013, where this ratio was 56% to 44%.
20 | P a g e

www.facebook.com/jaymakunan

Overall Jayma Kunan had 144 donors in 2014 and only five (or 3.5%) of them have been
either a company or an institution. The rest were individuals.
The majority of the donations received in 2014 obviously went into to the construction of
the sportsground, followed by the food and Jayma Kunans share of the Christmas party.

192 , 1%

1,500 , 8%

16,670 , 91%

Christmas Party (JK share)

Food

Sportsground (excl. inauguration)

FIGURE 10: UTILIZATION OF DONATIONS

ADMIN COSTS
Another positive financial fact of the year 2014 was that our Admin costs went down
significantly from EUR 708 in 2013 to EUR 249. The primary reasons were that all
foundation and setup costs were gone and that Jayma Kunan didnt need to rent a storage
facility anymore.
Please note that it is our goal to cover all administrative costs with our membership fees
to ensure that all donations arrive exactly where they are needed without any deductions.
Given that Jayma Kunan received membership fees EUR 500 in 2014, we made a surplus
of EUR 251 in 2014 and EUR 252 if 2013s surplus is added. The surplus however, is urgently
needed, as our admin costs (such as bank fees, insurance premiums or transfer fees) are
expected to rise again as we will now start transferring money directly to Camino al Cielo

21 | P a g e

www.facebook.com/jaymakunan

as opposed to using the transfers of a Congregation on which we could piggyback. This


obviously entails that we have to bear the transfer fees of around EUR 35 per transfer.

500
-249
251

-300

-200

-100

100

200

Membership fees / other non-donations

300
Admin Costs

400

500

600

Surplus

FIGURE 11: ADMIN COSTS 2014 VS. MEMBERSHIP FEES. DONATIONS

All of the above of course implies, that Jayma Kunan again stood up to its primary value to
not spend a single Euro or Dollar donated for administrative expenses. This makes us very
proud!
Please note that two of our members did not have pay any membership fees in the year
2015. One of them covers all our IT related costs and the other made several trips to
Huaycn this year covering all costs herself. Hence, both of them are membership fee
exempt if you like. A third member paid his for 2014 and 2015 in one go and we allocated
it to 2015 as we already made a surplus in 2014.

DISTRIBUTION OF DONATIONS AND DONORS


Figure 12 provides you with an overview of Jayma Kunans cash in- and outflows 2014. As

you can see, we actually made a significant surplus over the course of the year which was
obviously not our intention at the beginning. However, it was clear that we would need a
significant amount of money to finance the first stage of the refurbishment of the
kindergarten in Villa el Salvador (please also refer to Introducing Programa de Education
Temprana in Villa el Salvador, Peru) early in 2015. In fact, by the time this report was written,
the first instalment was already transferred to the project and the construction works
commenced.

22 | P a g e

www.facebook.com/jaymakunan

Inflows
Membership fees / other non-donations
Donations
TOTAL Inflows

500
28,324
28,824

Outflows
Admin Costs Huaycan
Transfer to Projects
Corrective Booking (Christmas Party)*
TOTAL Outflows

249
18,362
192
18,419

Result
Surplus 2014
Starting Balance 2014
End Balance 2014

10,405
2,641
13,046

*The Christmas Party Expenses were allocated to 2014 but could only be paid 2015 as
somebody from Peru pre-paid the costs!!!

FIGURE 12: OVERVIEW: FUND IN- AND OUTFLOWS 2014

MEMBER DEVELOPMENT
With three new members in our organization willing to help, we are now 12 in total.
During 2015, we will start a recruitment process to increase the number of members as
we start with a new exciting project in Peru: The full refurbishment of a Kindergarten in
Villa el Salvador, Lima. Please contact us if you are interested in becoming a member as
well.
Overall, for 2015 our focus will remain on these 3 places (Huaycn, Villa el Salvador and
Moldova) to ensure the quality and success of our work quality.

23 | P a g e

www.facebook.com/jaymakunan

OUTLOOK 2015
INTRODUCING PROGRAMA DE EDUCATION TEMPRANA IN VILLA EL
SALVADOR, PERU
We are very happy to announce that we will also have a new project as of 2015: The
Kindergarten Programa de Education Temprana in Villa el Salvador2. We were
approached by a close friend of Marcelas family who heard about a kindergarten which
didnt have a playground for more than 20 years and also lost its government support.

FIGURE 13: A KINDERGARTEN IN VILLA EL SALVADOR JK SUPPORTS (GREEN BUILDING)

After our visit it was clear though, that the playground was a rather low priority given
that the roof of the kindergarten had massive wholes and was simply laying on top of the
walls of the rest of the building. The house has two big rooms which serve as classrooms
(one for babies from 0 1 year and the other one for kids from 2-4 years. In the
afternoon the older kids come in) and an adjacent bathroom. The problem with both
2

Villa El Salvador (VES) is an urban, largely residential coastal district on the outskirts of Lima on the coast of the
Pacific. It began as a pueblo joven (shantytown) in the vast, empty sand flats to the south of Lima in 1970 because
of the urgent housing needs of immigrant families who had left the sierra of Peru. Villa El Salvador evolved into a
huge urban zone, largely self-organizing

24 | P a g e

www.facebook.com/jaymakunan

facilities is though, that the classrooms do


not have an adequate floor (just concrete)
and the bathroom is in a very poor condition
and needs urgent renovation. Also, toys are
scarce goods. In total there are around 40
kids and babies attending the kindergarten.
Hence, we decided on the spot to jump in
and help. However, we convinced the
representatives of two things:
a) The priorities look as follows:
Roof, floor, bathroom, toys, playground
b) The community has to be involved in the project as well. We agreed on using a
quid-pro-quo approach. That means, that it is the communitys job to ensure the
security of the kindergarten area by
installing a fence. In return we build the
roof and the floor. The community
cleans up the area of the future
playground and Jayma Kunan builds one
Everyone is very happy with the
arrangement and the planning phase
for the roof has already begun. It is our
goal to have the roof, the floor, the
bathroom and the playground finished
within the next 12 months. Also we
want to provide new toys by obtaining
in-kind donations locally in Peru.

BUDGET AND GOALS 2015


In 2015 we have big plans and ambitious targets again which is mainly due to the
kindergarten in Villa el Salvador, which we decided to support. This in turn means that we
need your help and support probably more than ever!

25 | P a g e

www.facebook.com/jaymakunan

Figure 14 summarises our requirements for 2015. Obviously, the amounts can fluctuate

due to the exchange rate but primarily due to the fact that we do not have exact figures
for some of the projects yet.
VILLA EL SAVADOR: KINDERGARTEN ROOF

EUR 9,200

Construction of a new roof


Installation of a new electrical system
VILLA EL SALVADOR: KINDERGARTEN BATHROOMS (estimate)

EUR 4,000

Construction of the Kindergarten's bathrooms


VILLA EL SALVADOR: PLAYGROUND

EUR 5,500

Children's Playground: This project will allow the kids to have an outdoors area
to play during their leisure time.
Including: Swings, slides, multi purpose gadgets, trees
VILLA EL SALVADOR: FLOOR & TOYS

EUR 1,000

Development toys for newborns and toddlers


Rubber floor suitable for babies
Eductional Games
HUAYCAN: FOOD PROGRAM

EUR 2,200

One proper lunch per child every day


HUAYCAN: MARTINIA'S SALARY

EUR 3,500

Salary of Martinia (coordinator for Camino al Cielo and teacher)

FIGURE 14: GOALS AND BUDGET 2015

26 | P a g e

www.facebook.com/jaymakunan

Financial Target 2015


Based on the above, we estimate Jayma Kunans cash requirements for 2015 to be

EUR 25,500
We want to send a special gratitude to our

Jayma Kunan e.V.


Kolpingstrasse 5
89415 Lauingen (Germany)
Germany
info@jaymakunan.org

27 | P a g e

SPONSORS:

Sparkasse Lauingen
KTO 10184759
BLZ 72251520
IBAN DE52722515200010184759
BIC BYLADEM1DLG

www.facebook.com/jaymakunan

Centres d'intérêt liés