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TOGETHER,

WE ARE UNSTOPPABLE.


FROM THE CEO

FISCAL YEAR 2018 FINANCIALS

PATIENT STATISTICS FISCAL YEAR 2018

When we look back at this year, we are amazed. No matter what passionate staff and dedicated supporters rose to the occasion. high-quality, supportive care to our patients and fact-based OPERATING REVENUE Patient Services Revenue

Planned Parenthood’s services more difficult or even impossible to access. But with your support, we fought back.

46,176

TOTAL VISITS

75,375

Number of females

Thanks to YOUR support, our staff never stopped providing

We saw national, state, and local efforts to make

UNDUPLICATED PATIENTS SERVED

Total Participants

7,778

Education/Training Session Hours

795

DEMOGRAPHICS

challenges PPINK faced (and there were quite a few), our

programming to our education participants.

EDUCATION STATISTICS FY 2018

Donations and Grants

$

$9,766,751 $7,255,435

Government Contracts and Grants $1,935,904 Misc. Income

Total Operating Revenue

$110,216 $19,068,306

40,861

Number of males

5,314

Ages 17 and under

3,311

Ages 18-19

5,131

Ages 20-24

13,783

Ages 25-29

10,465

Ages 30-34

5,980

Ages 35 and over

7,506

POVERTY STATUS* Patients at or below poverty

EDUCATION PARTICIPANT AGES

Ages 6-11

14%

Ages 12-14

26% 35%

40%

Ages 15-18

Patients at or below 150% poverty 52% * The federal government’s 2018 Poverty Guidelines define poverty as an annual income of $12,140 for one person or $25,100 for a family of four.

Ages 19-24

5%

Ages 25-30

7%

Ages 31-50

11%

Ages 50+

2%

RACE / ETHNIC ORIGIN* White 63%

In the streets and the statehouses, we rallied and marched to

Black 23%

lift our voices and show that together, we are powerful. In the

Hispanic 10%

courts, federal judges struck down Indiana and Kentucky laws, both old and new, that were designed to place an undue burden on individuals seeking safe reproductive care.

Our mission has never been more important, and we are confident that PPINK is ready to fight for our rights and our patients. We are thankful to have strong supporters like you by our side. Together, we are unstoppable.

Christie L. Gillespie / President and CEO

@CGillespiePPINK

OPERATING EXPENSES

Patient Services

$15,188,671

Management and General

$4,111,117

Education

$460,354

Development

$721,453

Public Policy

$468,131

Total Operating Expenses

$20,949,726

Net Operating Revenue

(1,881,420)

NON-OPERATING INCOME (expenses)

Kim Greene, PPINK Board Chair

$

$

Other 14% * Numbers may total more than 100 percent because both race and ethnicity are included.

PROCEDURES PROVIDED Pap tests

3,941

Chlamydia tests

29,999

Gonorrhea tests

29,963

Cryotherapy 0

Asian

LEEP 21

Caucasian

HIV tests

Latinx

10,309

African American

1% 29% 2% 36% 8%

Multi-Racial

7%

12,423

Other Ethnicity

2%

Abortions 5,611

Ethnicity Not Disclosed

HPV vaccines Pregnancy tests

124

CONTRACEPTIVES DISTRIBUTED Oral contraception

Non-Operating Expense ($675,659)

Implanon 1,656

($634,553)

African

Colposcopy 139

Non-Operating Income $41,106

Net Non-Operating Income

EDUCATION PARTICIPANT RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN

Emergency contraception

1,637 602

IUDs 1,966 Other contraceptives

15,120

Condoms/Spermicides

18,651

2018 FISCAL YEAR: July 1, 2017 - June 30, 2018

15%


MISSION STATEMENT PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF INDIANA AND KENTUCKY

Our mission is to serve persons in Indiana and Kentucky—without bias or judgment, without fear, without fail—by providing access to highquality health care confidentially and compassionately; by reducing unintended pregnancies and sexually transmitted diseases through age-appropriate and accurate sexual health education; and by advocating for freedom of individual choice in all matters of sexual health and reproductive justice.

P.O. BOX 397, INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA 46206-0397 / 317.637.4343 / 800.230.PLAN / PPINK.ORG

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