Business Plan

Look around and it is clear to see that our number one goal is stewardship.

One of the best ways to ensure that, however, is transparency.

We at OpenTech Ministries have nothing to hide, and we was to be completely forthcoming with the resources we are entrusted with and what we do with it.  The following is a general explanation of what our in­tentions are. 

If you have any questions, please ask.  We simply request that you give us the Benefit of the Doubt and ask before passing judgment.  Understand that what you see below is far more forthcoming that most other organizations out there. 


1) General Operating Expenses – One of the "necessary evils" of any non-profit.  Once these are accounted for, however, our staff will be freed up to pursue the completion and contribution of our projects.  These monies are what allow us to be "missionaries" to the organizations we help.

2) Project Expenses – Many of our project require certain investments and man-hours to implement or continue.  The advantage of what we do, however,  is than any expenditures on one project impacts many organizations.

3) Big Plans – We would love nothing more than to be the largest employer of open source developers in the world.  They would create usability features for programs that would help anyone in need. 

4) Reconciliation – We owe for some of the projects we have done in the past.  Our focus was "Getting the job done" – not necessarily Getting the funding first.