Planned Parenthood annual report shows business in decline, after receiving almost 1/2 billion dollars in government funding
This article originally appeared in this issue of the WSR: 2012-01-04

Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA) just released its annual report for 2009-2010. Predictably, it reflects a general decline in the abortion giant’s business, thanks to unprecedented pro-life activism from the grassroots up, focused directly on Planned Parenthood.

Some highlights from the report include:

Income: DOWN 4.7 percent
Total income 2010: $1,048.2 million
Total income 2009: $1,100.8 million

Profit: DOWN 70.8 percent
Profit 2010: $18.5 million
Profit 2009: $63.4 million

Contributions: DOWN 27 percent
Private Contributions and Bequests 2010: $223.8 million
Private Contributions and Bequests 2009: $308.2 million

Abortions: DOWN .7 percent
Number of abortions 2010: 329,445
Number of abortions 2009: 331,796 (Revised down from the 332,287 it reported for 2009 last year)
*This is the first year-to-year decline in abortion numbers since 1993-1994.

Total “services”: DOWN 2.09 percent
Total “services” reported in 2010: 11,003,356
Total “services” reported in 2009: 11,238,414
*This is the first year-to-year decline in total “services” since 1996-1997

Affiliates and clinic numbers: DOWN 7.4 percent and 2.9 percent respectively
Total affiliates reported in 2010: 88
Total affiliates reported in 2009: 95
Total clinics reported in 2010: 840
Total clinics reported in 2009: 865

Attendees at its Sex Education programs: DOWN 8.3 percent
Number of sex ed attendees 2010: 1.1 million
Number of sex ed attendees 2009: 1.2 million

Government funding: UP 34 percent—Taxpayer funding now 46.5 percent of PP income
Total government health service grants and reimbursements
reported in 2010: $487.4 million
Total government grants and contracts reported in 2009: $363.2 million
*There was a change in the way government income was reported in 2010. It now includes Medicaid income, which was previously reported as clinic income.
** Additionally, Planned Parenthood announced it will be receiving new government grants of $22 million in FY2011 (the current year) for more “Teen Pregnancy Prevention” programs.