Financial Accountability

IOCC has an outstanding record of stewardship. When you give to IOCC, you can give confidently knowing that IOCC is committed to maintaining low administrative costs so that more funds can go directly to helping people in need. Approximately 92% of IOCC’s resources are spent on humanitarian relief and development programs with only 8% for fundraising and administrative costs.

In order for our finances to meet the highest standards of accountability, efficiency and effectiveness, IOCC maintains these controls:
  • External independent audits annually of the entire organization (including its field offices) by McGladrey & Pullen
  • Periodic donor audits (such as by the European Union and US government agencies)
  • All financial reports (government, agency, private, internal) are accurate and submitted by established deadlines
  • Periodic internal reviews of field offices
  • Careful oversight by IOCC Board of Directors Audit and Finance Committees
IOCC’s Tax Exempt Status

IOCC is a 501(c)(3) organization eligible to receive tax-deductible contributions. A copy of IOCC's audited financial statement is available on request by writing IOCC at the address above or by calling (410) 243-9820. IOCC's most recent tax returns can be viewed by clicking on the following links. (Acrobat Adobe Reader required)

IRS Form 990

Audited Financial Statements

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