Access to legal abortion is under constant threat in Kentucky and surrounding states. Thanks to you, our generous donors, A Fund has been able to provide financial assistance to women in need for more than twenty-five years.

In the past twelve months, donors have contributed over $104,000 to help A Fund in its overarching mission—to support women’s reproductive choices. The need is ever greater, and the number of patients we assisted increased dramatically over the past year. We are proud of our growth and grateful for your donations.

A Fund, Inc. By the Numbers

During the past fiscal year, ending June 30, 2019:

$104,108 – Total contributions received

$100,326 – Total dollars disbursed to clinics

792 – Number of women helped(up from 610 last fiscal year)

3.6% – Amount spent on overhead expenses

[Special thanks to our Treasurer, Doug Deatz, for compiling the above data and for all of our regular Board reports.]

In fiscal year 2019, A Fund supplied financial assistance to Kentucky women who terminated pregnancies at eight clinics in eight different states. We also continued our ABC Campaign (for Abortion, for Plan emergency contraception, and for Long Acting Reversible Contraception, or LARCs). With block grants to the University of Louisville’s Ryan Family Planning Clinic and University of Louisville Campus Health Service,
A Fund provided long-acting reversible contraception (LARCs) and emergency contraception (the “morning-after pill”) at affordable cost to patients in need.

You can continue your support without additional cost or effort by designating A Fund as your chosen charity with Kroger Rewards and with Smile Amazon.

A Fund will also participate again in Give For Good Louisville on September 12, 2019. Mark your calendar for this annual day of giving to local non-profits, and help us earn matching gifts, win prizes, and expand our capacity to help even more women next year!

Thank you for your moral and financial support!

Respectfully submitted,

Kate Cunningham President, A Fund, Inc.

Board members: Ann Allen, Betty Brown, Doug Deatz, Sharon Yunker Deatz, Debbie Finkel,Wayne A. Gnatuk, Robin Harland, Carol Savkovich, Paula Schneider, Maggie Steptoe, Alex Whitman