Journalism accountability: 2012-2013 accounts for Tomorrow

Under principle 3 (independence and accountability) and principle 6 (duty to openness), today we publish our account summary for 2012-2013. As you can see, there was a loss, but Tomorrow continues forward. Remember, if you value our work, do visit the website and consider any donation via Paypal, or share this page with your friends.

Account summary for Tomorrow, 2012-2013 fiscal year.

Account summary for Tomorrow, 2012-2013 fiscal year.

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