A look at 2018 financial statistics

June 27, 2019 at 6:00 AM


By Dan Breen  dan blog header long.png

I’m a words person by nature. It’s probably why I became a communications director instead of an actuary or accountant. Math and I never made it past the handshake stage of our relationship — let alone dating or marriage.

But if you can find a way to make numbers interesting, relevant, and well…pretty, then you might get my attention.

Numbers are, of course, important — especially when donations are the life blood for a nonprofit organization like the Luke Society. The Luke Society is always happy to share financial information — such as our 990 or annual audit report — with our donors upon request as a means of transparency.

But for those of you, like me, who would rather look at the outside of the shiny new car than the doo-hik-a-ma-bobbers under the hood, we’re presenting a graphical look at some of the Luke Society’s key financial figures from 2018.

It is important that you know how your donations are being used. We so much appreciate your faithful giving and are blessed each day when we open the mail and receive your donations. We regularly pray for our donors and thank the Lord for your generosity.

May we continue our partnership as we help to advance Christ’s calling in the Great Commission to make disciples from every nation.

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