We found 9 additional articles filed under financial report. They're listed below, most recent first.
- Treasurer’s Report: Fall 2013
08/31/2013 -- The Financial Report for the period ending August 31, 2013, and comparatives for the period ended August 31, 2012, and full years 2012 and 2011.
- Treasurer Martha Knight Reports on 2012 Giving
03/11/2013 -- Treasurer Martha S. Knight gives United Methodist Women 2012 financial report at the first annual gathering of the new program advisory group at Scarritt-Bennett Center in Nashville, Tenn., March 7-9, 2013.
- Treasurer Presents New Board with Budget, Giving Remains Strong
10/22/2012 -- Treasurer Martha Knight oriented new directors with the processes and procedures of United Methodist Women’s finances as well as presented them with a recap of the 2012 treasurer’s report.
- Treasurer's Report: Many Gifts, One Spirit
03/19/2012 -- Treasurer Martha Knight described the impact the Women’s Division board of directors’ budgetary approvals throughout the 2009-2012 quadrennium had on individuals, communities and organizations around the world.
- Budget 2012 Presents Faith as an Action
01/12/2012 -- Budget 2012 is a reflection of the faith and faithfulness of United Methodist Women, which will strengthen current areas of programming while preparing for a new quadrennium.
- Members Continue Dedicated Giving
10/14/2011 -- As the Women’s Division studies funds endowed to United Methodist Women over the last 140 years, Treasurer Martha Knight asked directors to imagine what future members would say about their lasting legacy.
- Women's Division Annual Report: 2010 (PDF)
10/07/2011 -- Thinking About the Next 100 Years: Shaping Faith, Hope and Love into Action.
- 2010 Conference Financial Report
06/01/2011 -- These numbers reflect the total giving of United Methodist Women members for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2010.
- Giving for 2009 Sees New Factors at Work
10/12/2010 -- Women’s Division Treasurer Martha Knight encouraged directors to continue to tell the story of Mission Giving, as “we cannot ignore the new economy.”
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