Chapter 14 » 14.03



Friends should be aware of the financial consequences of Quaker concerns. Treasurers inform themselves of the needs of Britain Yearly Meeting and of local and area meetings and make sure that information is shared. We are all responsible for enabling the work to be carried out.

The reports and accounts of Britain Yearly Meeting and area meetings record in detail at the end of each year the activities, the income from all sources and how money has been spent. Friends are encouraged to read and discuss these annual reports to understand how we fund the work we ask to be done in our name.

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