89 cents of every donor dollar go directly to a program or service, with only 11 percent to overhead costs. That well exceeds the 65/35 ratio established by the Better Business Bureau for its standard of charitable accountability.
In an effort to be as accountable as possible, United Way is open and transparent when it comes to its financial records. Our annual audit is conducted by an independent firm (Holbrook & Manter, CPAs). These documents, as well as our annual IRS Tax Form 990, are both available for review by clicking the links below.
- 2016 Audited Financial Statements
- 2015 IRS 990
- 2016 Annual Report
- 2017 Agency Allocations and Grants
- Better Business Bureau Accreditation
- Code of Regulations (proposed amendments - to be voted upon April 25, 2017 at Annual Meeting - 4:00 p.m. in the UW office)
Each year, United Way of Logan County must prove that we meet 13 requirements for United Way Worldwide membership along with the verification of the status of 46 indicators that demonstrate that we embody the intent of the membership requirements.
Funded Agencies of United Way of Logan County pay no dues or service fees to be a part of our federation. Relations with Funded Agencies follow the Statement of Understanding found in our Code of Regulations.