At Care Net, we take seriously our call to be good stewards of your generous financial contributions to our ministry. Care Net is a member of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability and a Charity Navigator Four Star Charity, and our online donations are processed according to the highest security standards.
Care Net is committed to financial transparency to our donors and other key stakeholders. To that end, please click here to see our form 990 and audited financial statements for the latest fiscal year.
Learn how Care Net stewarded your gifts to save more than 71,000 lives last year by flipping through our 2019 Annual Report below.
Discover how our pregnancy centers saved communities more than $62 million last year in our community savings report here.
Moreover, we work to keep our fundraising and overhead costs at a minimum so that more of your gift goes directly towards protecting the unborn and building strong families to give women, men, and children the abundant life God has in store for them. Review the information below to see an overview of our income and expense breakdowns for the last fiscal year.
Audited Financial Statements and Form 990s are also listed below.
As part of a multi-channel communications plan to a variety of stakeholders, Care Net communicates in writing via postal mail to donors throughout the year. These communications not only ask donors to renew their support for the life-saving work of Care Net, but also educate them about the work of local pregnancy centers, Care Net’s Pregnancy Decision Line, our Pro-Abundant Life position and strategy, and important statistics and information on abortion in the US. Increasing the public's awareness of Care Net's work and of the resources that are available to those whom we serve is a vital part of fulfilling our mission. As allowable under Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), Care Net allocates some of the costs of these informational mailings to our Program Costs of Public Education, as noted on our form 990, Schedule IX, line 26 “Joint Costs.”