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Quick facts about AAP finances
- AAP is a registered 501(c)3 religious organization
- There are no paid employees
- AAP is a volunteer-only organization
- It is possible, one day, for there to be some paid employees
- Income sources:
- Normally, most income comes from vendor booths at APPD.
- But, this past year, donations were the largest source!
- After that, the largest income is usually from donations
- We organize our money into funds
- Five percent (5%) of all income goes into the Savings Fund
- Except for the General Fund and the Savings Fund, money in a given fund can only be used for the purpose for which that fund was created
- Money in the General Fund can be used for any of AAP’s approved purposes
- Money in the Savings Fund can be used in emergencies, if approved by the members, and must be repaid to the fund as soon as possible
- Click here to learn more about the funds
- Our fundraising needs are changing!
- Until recently, we have operated with a tiny budget. We don’t raise money just to have it. Money is raised for specific purposes, though we do have members who donate regularly, and we appreciate that.
- The AllWays project requires an income increase.