ECHO, Inc.

North Fort Myers, FL

Founded: 1973

Tel: (239) 543-3246

Website: https://www.echonet.org

Top LeaderMr. David Erickson

Donor Contact: Mr. Glenn Hornbuckle

Member Since: June 1, 1994


Financial Data

Revenue  
   Cash Donations $4,840,338
   Noncash Donations $155,256
   Other Revenue $720,317
   Total Revenue $5,715,911
Expenses  
   Total Expenses $4,523,511
Excess (or Deficit)
   for the Year
$1,192,400
Other $0
Total Change
   in Net Assets
$1,192,400
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Total Assets $7,944,845
Total Liabilities $572,138
Net Assets $7,372,707
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ECHO, Inc. is a Christian non-profit that exists to honor God by empowering the hungry with sustainable solutions to hunger. Through Regional Impact Centers in West Africa, East Africa and Thailand, ECHO directly trains thousands of resource-poor farming families, development workers, and missionaries – equipping them with the knowledge and skills to feed their families and communities. At its Florida headquarters, ECHO's internship program equips college graduates, who have a heart to serve in agricultural development and missions, with the practical skills and theological framework to follow God's calling for their lives. Each month, development workers and missionaries in more than 180 countries access ECHO's online resources which represent a vast knowledge base of practical informational, experienced technical support and an extensive seed bank focused on highly beneficial underutilized plants. ECHO's work is directed by Biblical principles and priorities and informed by sound sci

Equip farming families in the developing world, missionaries and those serving the poor with training in the agricultural skills, seeds and appropriate technologies to feed their families and communities. ECHO trainings share tested knowledge and proven practices so that farmers struggling against the daily realities of hunger and poverty can restore depleted soils, manage limited water supplies, propagate higher-quality seed, and produce their own natural fertilizers.
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