Financial

Accountability and Transparency

As a non-profit organization, Bethesda Mission is accountable to the general public to provide accurate, timely reporting on our activities and finances to the IRS and appropriate Commonwealth agencies.

Confidentiality is maintained in the area of client and donor information.

Accountability includes providing clear communication of how donor contributions are utilized. You may access our most recent audited financial statements and the IRS form 990.

Transparency is a characteristic of the way we make financial information available in an understandable manner beyond just what is required by law. If you have questions about our finances, you are encouraged to contact Wendy Lutz, Director of Finance at (717) 257-4442, ext 224.

Bethesda Mission is a long-time member in good standing with the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA), which issues guidelines for accountability and transparency. We have also been named a four-star charity by Charity Navigator. Our financial records are audited by an independent, outside CPA firm.

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Did You Miss Our Virtual Banquet Program?You still have time to watch!

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, we held our Annual Banquet in a virtual format this year. Please watch as we celebrate the ways hope is bursting forth in people’s lives through God’s work at Bethesda Mission. Highlights include Volunteer of the Year Award, updates on building projects, and testimonies from our Men's Mission, Women's Mission, and Community Center.

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