Annual Report 2017
Human Life International
Human Life International defends both the God-given life and dignity of all human persons from conception until natural death, and the natural family based on marriage—the fundamental human institution defined by a lifetime union between one man and one woman that is open to life. As followers of Jesus Christ and members of the Catholic Church, our goal is to build a Culture of Life and of Love around the world through education, outreach, and advocacy.
HLI pursues this mission through the following efforts:
- We address all life and family issues with fidelity to the social and moral doctrine of the Catholic Church, on the basis of both faith and reason.
- We confront the evils of abortion, contraception, euthanasia/assisted suicide, reproductive technologies, and the redefinition of marriage through the defense of human dignity, marriage, family, and chastity. We do so with love and respect for all of God’s people regardless of their beliefs.
- We train, organize and equip pro-life leaders around the world to defend life in their home countries. While we are completely faithful to the Holy Father and the Magisterium, we are also ecumenical and work with people of all faiths to advance the cause of life and family.
- We advocate in the public square for a clear understanding of authentic, basic, fundamental human rights granted to all people by God.
- In response to our Lord Jesus Christ, we serve our brothers and sisters by living out the Gospel of Life and by proclaiming a message of mercy.
Empowering Families Around the World
HLI believes the specific concerns and needs of local communities can be best identified by those who live there. Thus, our world headquarters, located in Front Royal, Virginia, is an educational apostolate devoted to educating and empowering our partners and the people they serve.
Together with our international leaders and partners, we:
- Train seminarians and priests in the Gospel of Life
- Produce materials and programs that bring together science, philosophy and theology in the service of the truth
- Teach young couples Natural Family Planning
- Educate civic leaders on pro-life issues
- Advocate for life and family in various media
- Found crisis pregnancy centers
- And much more!
HLI Board of Directors in 2017
Stuart W. Nolan, Jr., Esq.,
Lisa Cahill, MD,
|Msgr. Charles Pope||Frank Dennehy, MD||Richard J. Mathews, Esq.|
|Sr. Terese Auer, OP, PhD||
Fr. Jerry J. Pokorsky,
MDiv, ThM, Treasurer
MISSION STATISTICS 2017
|Total Mission Stats for HLI Staff and Directors|
|Number of Events||Potential Number Reached|
|Talks, Conferences, or Special Meetings||2,462||(683,594)|
|Pro-life Masses and homilies||504||(227,007)|
|Radio & TV Interviews||562||(420,475,695)|
|Total Miles Traveled||677,000|
FINANCIAL REPORT 2017
|Investment Income||$ 76,746|
|Other Revenue||$ 188,205|
|Total Revenue||$ 2,799,947|
|Publications and Communications||$ 207,513|
|Total Program Services||$ 1,742,284|
|Management & General||$ 638,924|
|Total Expenses||$ 2,879,053|
|Total Revenue Less Expenses||– $79,106|
|Net Assets Beginning of Year||$ 3,780,009|
|Net Assets End of Fiscal Year 2015||$ 3,700,903|
Independent Auditors’ Report (Rutherford & Johnson)
We have audited the consolidated financial statements of Human Life International, Inc. (a nonprofit organization) and HLI Endowment, Inc. (a nonprofit organization), which comprise the consolidated statement of financial position as of September 30, 2017 and 2016, the related consolidated statements of activities, functional expenses and cash flows for the year then ended, and the related notes to the consolidated financial statements … We believe that the audit evidence we have obtained is sufficient and appropriate to provide a basis for our audit opinion.
In our opinion, the consolidated financial statements referred to above present fairly, in all material respects, the financial position of Human Life International, Inc. and HLI Endowment, Inc. as of September 30, 2017 and 2016, and the change in their net assets and their cash flows for the year then ended in accordance with accounting principles generally accepted in the United States of America.
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