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Stewardship Report (Fiscal Year 2018-2019 Income and Expenses)

Contributions 771,487 57.47%
Legacies and Bequests 321,314 23.93%
Mission Appeals in Parishes 236,633 17.63%
Magazine Income 11,661 0.87%
Investment Income 1,385 0.10%
Total 1,342,480 100.00%
Program Services: Pastoral Support 504,635 39.00%
Missionary Support 39,686 3.07%
Education Projects 91,965 7.11%
Development Projects 45,540 3.52%
Relief and Health Care 25,800 1.99%
Publication - Magazine 82,250 6.36%
Total 789,876 61.04%
Supporting Services
Fundraising 270,385 20.90%
Management and General 233,720 18.06%
Total Supporting Services 504,105 38.96%
Net Total 1,293,981 100%
Net Assets-Beginning of year144,212
Increase (Decrease) in Net Assets(48,498)
Net Assets-End of year192,710

To summarize, expenses as a percentage of total income received were:
61.04% for Program Services (Mission)
20.90% for Fundraising (includes postage, paper, supplies, magazine production, etc.)
18.06% for Management and General Purposes
Expenses exceeded income by 1.84%
Missionhurst, Inc. is a non-profit corporation exempt from the Federal Income Tax under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and qualifies for charitable contribution deduction by individual donors.
Board of Administration
Chair Rev. Timothy Atkin, cicm
Rev. Eric Imbao, cicm
Rev. Andre Kazadi, cicm
Rev. Ramel Portula, cicm
Rev. Celso Tabalanza, cicm
Rev. Johanes Teguh, cicm
Mrs. Katie Sullivan
IN ADDITION to the projects funded Missionhurst also:
Supported education to the priesthood and forwarded gifts designated for individual missionaries or projects amounting to $419,181.
Provided many of our priests in the missions with Mass offerings amounting to $8,234.
Published Missionhurst Magazine two times to foster missionary awareness in our country.