Pets for Patriots is committed to financial transparency and making available publicly required financial disclosures.
Our independently audited financial statements and Forms 990 and 990 EZ, respectively, are available below. We are proud to have earned the Platinum GuideStar Nonprofit Profile Seal of Transparency, the highest level of recognition offered by GuideStar, the world’s largest source of nonprofit information.
86% of our income is spent on the programs and services we exist to provide
Audited financial statements
- Financial Statement 2016
- Financial Statement 2015
- Financial Statement 2014
- Financial Statement 2013
- Financial Statement 2012
- Financial Statement 2011
Form 990 EZ
Why can’t I find Pets for Patriots on Charity Navigator?
Charity Navigator is an excellent organization that evaluates charities that are larger and more mature than ours. According to their published methodology, to be evaluated an organization must file a Form 990 (not a 990 EZ) for a minimum of seven years and have public support of at least $500,000 with total revenue in excess of $1,000,000 in their most recent fiscal year. Pets for Patriots was founded in 2009 and launched in 2010, and does not yet meet these thresholds for Charity Navigator evaluation.
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We do not publish forward-looking financial estimates, projections or budgets, nor are required to by law.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.