God’s Money Does Matter

Mercy Projects operates with a small office in southern California and approximately 15% administrative expenses. We provide a nice and efficient workplace for our employees and keep overhead costs to a minimum. We support and equip at-risk young people for a lifetime of health, hope, and serving others. We endeavor to be good stewards of the funds our donors entrust To us. We are accountable both to God and to our supporters, and we appreciate your trust and support!

Finances and Stewardship

How an organisation handles their finances and stewardship issues is important.  Saving money and keeping expenses low means more resources for the poor.  We are committed to serving at-risk children and that commitment is reflected in our finances and stewardship of God’s money and your trust.

The financial and prayer support of our donors and sponsors is vital to serving at-risk children.  We appreciate each donation and the trust you show in us.

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Our director Jeff in Kosovo next to a home built by MP with the help of Lighthouse Foundation.

Finances and Stewardship – ECFA

We are a member of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA). We operate with a small staff. We attempt to keep overhead and administrative costs to a minimum. Year to year, 83% – 86% of income goes toward ministry programs.

We make our financial information public.  The most recent records are available below including Financial Statements and our Federal Form 990.

2015 Mercy Projects 990

2015 Mercy Projects Financial Statement

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