83% of our total expenses in 2020 – a year challenged by COVID-19 – went towards key programs and services that support our veterans and shelter pets.
It only costs us $.07 in fundraising expenses for each $1 raised.
WORKING CAPITAL RATIO IN YEARS:
We have sufficient working capital to sustain our programs for over 1.66 years.
Only 10% of total expenses go towards administrative costs.
LIABILITIES TO ASSETS:
Our liabilities represent less than 6% of our total assets.
Is Pets for Patriots rated on Charity Navigator?
Yes. Charity Navigator now has an Encompass Rating System to increase the number of small nonprofit organizations that did not qualify for evaluation in the past. Pets for Patriots is proud to hold a 92 rating (out of 100). Organizations with an Encompass score of 75 or more are signified with a designation of “Give With Confidence.” See our Charity Navigator listing here.
What is the difference between Form 990 EZ and Form 990?
The Internal Revenue Service determines which form an exempt organization must file based upon financial activity (gross receipts and total assets). Pets for Patriots files the appropriate and required document based upon these IRS criteria.
Where can I see an operating budget?
We do not publish forward-looking financial estimates, projections or budgets, nor are required to by law. We use these documents internally for the purposes of organizational and strategic planning only.
IRS DETERMINATION LETTER
A copy of our IRS determination/501(c)(3) letter is available for download here.
Confirmation of 501(c)(3) and 509(a)(1) statuses is available for download here.
AUDITED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS:
Financial Statement 2020
Financial Statement 2019
Financial Statement 2018
Financial Statement 2017
Financial Statement 2016
Financial Statement 2015
Financial Statement 2014
Financial Statement 2013
Financial Statement 2012
Financial Statement 2011
FORM 990 EZ: