The Mission’s Annual Report aims to provide readers with information about the Landmark’s yearly finances and audit process and usually celebrates successful programming, new initiatives in preservation, sold out events, and education program accomplishments for the preceding year. This is a tradition we have been carrying out since 2005. It is usually a time to report on growth in our membership program, on how donations have helped throughout the year, and share our progress as a museum and landmark that was founded in faith. However, this past year was different.
The Pandemic arrived in March of 2020, which was nine months into our fiscal year which goes from July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020. And with that everything changed as it did for everyone else. It was a year that was shuttered before we knew it.
When the Mission was closed last March 2020 (for the first time), the financial impact was devastating. Yet, despite the operational and financial wreckage that ensued, there were still some positive outcomes in this unusually interrupted year.
Mission San Juan Capistrano 2019/2020 in review:
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