How do we allocate donations?
Our goal at LEAP is to maximize our impact and minimize our costs. On average, 85% of general donations are utilized to offset direct program costs such as medical supplies, mission trip travel costs, and compensation of mission specific staff.
Description of special fundraising projects
At LEAP, we appreciate our donors who enjoy funding a specific cause or purpose, and we are diligent about tracking each restricted donation and the expenses related to these funds. Ongoing opportunities for restricted donations include the Lamon Family Program, individual mission trips through the Mission Program, and on occasion, special projects in the global communities we serve, such as funding an operating room, pediatric ward, or other need in an identified community. LEAP evaluates these unique opportunities as they arise and communicates them to our valued donors and supporters. All restricted funds received by LEAP are utilized to support the projects designated by our donors.
Financial accountability statement
LEAP upholds its commitment to transparency, financial accountability, and integrity. We engage an independent accounting firm to perform an annual financial audit and prepare our Form 990. Donors have the opportunity to acquire a copy of LEAP’s most recent audited financial statements and Form 990 by contacting Emily Cook, CPA, at (972) 566-6550 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- In 2019:
- 85% of LEAP expenses directly related to our mission.
- Mission trips = 4
- Surgeries performed = 124
- Orthodontic/dental patients served = 108
- Value of services on mission trips if performed in the US = over $747,000
Important Financial Information
2020 ANNUAL REPORT
We’re excited to share our 2020 Annual Report, which highlights our accomplishments from last year. In this report, you will read highlights of our accomplishments and how LEAP overcame the challenges caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. We welcome you to digitally flip through its pages via the link below.