Financial Information

Resource Health operates under the guidance of our Financial Policy Manual.
Annual Report
Annual Report
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Financials
Resource Health Services is incorporated in the state of Missouri. The Ministry is exempt from federal income taxes under Internal Revenue Code section 501(c)(3). As stated in the mission statement “Resource Health is dedicated to helping meet the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of those who seek assistance when dealing with an unplanned pregnancy. Our focus is to protect the unborn and provide spiritual guidance in a Christ-centered environment.”

The Financial Policy Manual documents the financial policies & procedures of the Ministry at large. Its primary purposes are to formalize accounting policies and specific procedures for staff and volunteers who handle the finances of the Ministry, and to document internal controls necessary to ensure accounting systems that will provide accurate and reliable financial information and a foundation of accountability to the donors of the Ministry.

The contents of the manual is approved by the Board of Directors as official policy in conjunction with, and in support of, all board governance policies. All Ministry staff and volunteers are bound by the policies, and any deviation from established policy is prohibited. Questions regarding the content of this policy manual should be addressed with the President/CEO and/or VP of Operations.

To view our 990 form, please click here.

The Ministry is a member in good standing with the ECFA (Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability).

Resource Health was accepted as a member of ECFA in February 13, 2012. Membership is determined within the context of seven primary standards:

  1. Doctrinal Issues – Statement of Faith clearly affirming a commitment to the evangelical Christian faith.
  2. Governance – Responsible board.
  3. Financial Oversight – Review by board and independent certified public account.
  4. Use of resources and compliance with Laws – Management for the control and use of resources specifically for the purpose for which the ministry was formed.
  5. Transparency – Release of public information, e.g. annual review, Form 990, etc.
  6. Related-party Transactions – Avoidance of conflict of interest by defined policies.
  7. Stewardship of Charitable Gifts – Defined fund-raising standards. Detailed information about these requirements can be found at www.ECFA.org

Continued membership in ECFA requires:

  • Submission to ECFA’s membership requirements
  • The annual filing of a Membership Review form
  • Payment of a membership fee (which is based on total cash contributions of the ministry)
About ECFA
ECFA is an accreditation agency dedicated to helping Christian ministries earn the public’s trust through adherence to the above seven standards of responsible stewardship, which focus on board governance, financial transparency, integrity in fundraising, and proper use of charity resources. Founded in 1979, it is comprised of over 1,700 charitable, religious, missionary, social, and educational tax-exempt, nonprofit 501(c)(3) organizations. ECFA’s Standards of Responsible Stewardship focus on board governance, financial transparency, integrity in fund-raising, and proper use of charity resources.

ECFA provides several services to the donor public as well. Disclosure requirements enable donors to request and receive audited financial statements for all ECFA members. ECFA’s website (www.ECFA.org) contains a membership directory with selected financial information of all its members, guidelines for giving, the Donor’s Bill of Rights, and general information helpful to the giving public. In addition, ECFA staff provides information to donors on a variety of issues. Through its publications and services, ECFA informs its members of current administrative, financial, fund-raising, legislative, postal, and promotional matters of common concern.