Hillary Commission Statement of Financial Performance
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New Zealand 2000

For the year ended 30 June 1999

1997-98
ACTUAL
$ 000's
$ 000's 1998-99
ACTUAL
$ 000's
1998-99
BUDGET
$ 000's
   Revenue    
4,000 Government Grant   3,000 3,000
27,000 New Zealand Lottery Grants Board   27,000 27,000
3,717 New Zealand Lottery Grants Board Sport 2000 Fund   3,782 3,782
431 Interest   200 400
849 Miscellaneous Income   1,317 235
$35,997

 

  $35,299 $34,417
Less Expenditure    
Sport Development    
5,573 National Sports Development Grants 5,649 5,700
628 International Events 816 600
2,304 Regional Sports Development 2,304 2,304
1,422 Coaching 655 638
1,087 Policy Advice and Contract Support 1,206 1,225
253 Special Projects 79 100
$11,267   $10,709 $10,567

 

Community Fitness and Leisure    
1,271 Regional Participation Projects 1,240 1,243
434 He Oranga Poutama 679 250
191 Push Play and Green Prescriptions 917 745
5,251 Community Sports Fund 4,885 4,900
1,068 Policy Advice & Contract Support 898 927
$8,215

 

    $8,619 $8,065
Junior Sport    
2,335 Regional Contracts 2,516 2,613
54 Fair Play 73 60
988 Promotion, Policy Advice and Contract Support 778 905
$3,377

 

  $3,367 $3,578
High Performance    
7,500 New Zealand Sports Foundation 6,500 6,500
4,300 Sports 2000 4,300 4,300
$11,800  

 

$10,800 $10,800
2,678 Corporate Services   2,736 2,750
  $37,337 Total Expenditure   $36,231 $35,760
($1,340) Net Surplus/(Deficit) for the Year   ($932) ($1,343)
 

The full Financial Statements along with the notes can be viewed in our 1998/99 Annual Report E-32. The above statement differs from that in our Annual Report in that Corporate Services costs have not been re-allocated across programmes.

It should be noted that for the year ended 30 June 1999, the Commission expended $932,000 more than it received in income. This deficit has been funded from accumulated savings carried forward from prior years. The Commission does not borrow to fund operations.

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Te Komihana Haakinakina a Hillary
Our programmes are funded by the NZ Lottery Grants Board