Windows Financial reportS

Marie from France, Adriana from the USA, Stephanie from Australia : Windows interns at the Tel Aviv-Jaffa office in a Skype conference with Leo from Germany, an intern at the Nablus office, (2013)

Marie from France, Adriana from the USA, Stephanie from Australia : Windows interns at the Tel Aviv-Jaffa office in a Skype conference with Leo from Germany, an intern at the Nablus office, (2013)

With the hard work of many, Windows has developed gradually since the early 90s from a small, volunteer-based organization to a medium-size one with paid staff in modest facilities. Due to the global financial crisis and the decreasing faith in the possibilities of peace in the Middle East, among other factors, Windows experienced a setback in funding in 2012-13. Determined as ever to overcome all challenges, some members of the Windows team decided to continue to work  as volunteers and with minimal budgets for the projects. With the help of our devoted youth and communities and of diligent local and international volunteers, we are able to keep our educational work going, to reduce our debts, and to invest more in fundraising.

The financial report below reflects the crisis we encounter and our ability to cope with it and move forward. 

windows financial report 2015

Windows financial report 2014