Childhelp is committed to good stewardship of all of the resources entrusted.
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Childhelp’s financial overhead is low, particularly when compared with other direct human service organizations. Over ninety cents out of every dollar contributed to Childhelp goes to provide direct services to Childhelp children and families.
Budget 2011 - Revenue
Childhelp tracks all donor designations or instructions regarding how their gifts are to be used. For larger gifts, Childhelp can provide a project budget outlining how funds will be spent for a particular project, and an annual report summarizing both program and financial results.
Childhelp Inc - Revenue Trend
Child abuse cases are rising as much as 40% from prior years, due in part to the economy, and the cases we’re seeing are more severe. The demand for Childhelp’s services are increasing much faster than our current resources can support. While Childhelp has experienced significant revenue growth over the past few years despite the challenging economy, your help is still very much needed!
Childhelp is audited by independent Certified Public Accountants, in accordance with generally accepted auditing standards. Complete audited financial statements are available upon request.
Childhelp is organized as a nonprofit corporation, and operates under section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code and is, therefore, exempt from federal and state income taxes, except as to unrelated business income. Contributions to Childhelp are deductible under section 170 of the Internal Revenue Code.
Childhelp Inc.'s Federal Taxpayer I.D. is 95-2884608. Childhelp Inc.'s IRS 990 Statement and Audited Financials can be viewed below.