How do we spend our funds?
All of our expenses support our mission of serving abortion providers and their patients. We’re more focused than ever; investing in work that directly puts our members first and serves the unique needs of abortion providers.
NAF implements diverse programming to meet the unique needs of abortion providers. Our programs include: quality assurance; technical assistance and training; and helping members finds goods, services, and resources they need to run their clinics. We also foster an essential community for abortion providers.
Training & Professional Education
NAF provides the leading abortion-specific ongoing program of accredited continuing medical education for physicians and other health care professionals. We host Annual Meetings, regional trainings, and a library of online learning resources.
Public Affairs, Government Relations, & Legal
NAF educates the public about abortion and access issues and ensures the voice of providers and patients are represented in public discussions about abortion. We also provide information on legal and regulatory issues to our membership.
Clinic Security/Law Enforcement Education
NAF’s Security and Safe Access program is one of our flagship programs and one of our most utilized member benefits. Through this program, we provide essential 24/7 emergency assistance and security support for our members when they are targeted for violence or disruption. We also provide onsite security trainings and assessments at facilities and the homes of NAF members as a benefit of membership and work with law enforcement on behalf of providers.
NAF works to increase abortion access by educating, organizing, and training advanced practice clinicians (APCs), nurses, and students in those fields through our Clinicians in Abortion Care (CIAC) program. We also continue to expand access to abortion care by matching clinicians who provide abortion care with clinics and health care facilities in need of abortion providers.
NAF supports abortion providers in Canada and works to improve access in the country through training and education and patient assistance programs.
Management & General
These expenses are the costs associated with the overall administration of the organization.
These are expenses incurred in soliciting contributions, gifts, and grants to sustain the organization.
Total Expenses: $9,788,281
You don't have to take our word for it
NAF is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization and every year we have an independent external audit of our financials. You can view our financial documents below.
NAF operates on a January - December fiscal year. Our most recent publicly available 990 form (pdf) is for fiscal year 2019 ended 12/31/2019.
Our most recent audited financials comprise the consolidated statements of financial position, activities, and cash flow as of December 31, 2018.