Financial Statements and Information
Save the Children has a proven track record of using donations efficiently and effectively. From school children who send their allowance for relief efforts to the largest philanthropic donors, we cherish all of our supporters. You can be assured that Save the Children uses the valuable resources donors have provided in the most cost-effective ways possible.
Our independently audited financial statements consistently show that out of every dollar spent, 86 cents goes directly toward helping children. We keep administrative costs low so that more funding goes to children’s programs.
Save the Children Program Funding
In fiscal year 2019, 86% of all expenditures went to program services.
Financial Statements and Additional Information
Save the Children is committed to donors’ rights and transparency. That’s why we make our financial statements, administrative costs and funding available for your review online.
- 2019 Annual Report
- Full Audited Financial Statements for FY 2019
- Full Audited Financial Statements for FY 2018
- Full Audited Financial Statements for FY 2017
- Full Audited Financial Statements for FY 2016
- Full Audited Financial Statements for FY 2015
- 2019 Form 990
- 2018 Form 990
- 2017 Form 990
- 2016 Form 990
- 2015 Form 990
- 2014 Form 990
- 2013 Form 990
- 2012 Form 990
- 2011 Form 990
- Senior Management
Additional Information and 990s
Information concerning Save the Children Federation, Inc., including copies of its IRS Forms 990 and 990-T, may be obtained without cost by calling 1.800.728.3843, writing to Save the Children Federation, Inc. at 501 Kings Highway East, Fairfield, CT 06825 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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