TIPPECANOE COUNTY, Ind. (WLFI) - A local non-profit agency has concerns about future budget cuts.
The Area IV agency released its financial report from 2012 Tuesday.
There were more than $460,000 in contributions last year, almost $361,000 of that was for Head Start.
Area IV, which serves eight counties, brought in about $10 million in revenue with nearly $60,000 less in expenses.
Executive Director of Area IV Elva James says while 2012 went well for the agency, 2013 could be more difficult.
"There will be numerous funding reductions, around 5 percent across most programs," James said. "So, we need to look at working more efficiently and effectively as we can."
James says they are also going to try and reach out to more businesses and individuals to help raise funds.
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