At Central Valley Justice Coalition we take financial leadership seriously. A few things we believe in …
Financial Integrity: As a faith-based organization, we believe God has entrusted us this work and we take it very seriously. We invite people to donate to our work and make sacrifices because we believe 100% that every dollar that is given will make a lasting impact in our community. We are fully committed to making the most of each investment made.
Financial Accountability: We are accountable legally to our Board of Directors. Our Board consists of five community leaders who hold us responsible and give input into all our financial decisions. None of our Board members are paid or part of the staff team. We are also accountable to all who give to us to use each dollar effectively.
Financial Transparency: There are no secrets and we glad to discuss our allocation of funds with anyone interested. We want to make it easy to see how your donations are making a difference.
NOTE: Due to unexpected circumstances we are currently re-evaluating the Budget for 2020 and will post it soon.
2015 Year End Income & Expenses : Please note that due to our operations in 2015 these reports do not reflect the hundreds of dollars worth of gifts donated to victims and survivors in form of back packs, emergency supplies, Bibles, clothes, groceries, etc.
A note about Fund Allocation:
We are a small organization and this is our third year as an independent 501(c)3. You will see that a large portion of our budget goes towards paying our staff. As we start out, we know we have to have solid, strategic leadership that is dedicated to preventing human trafficking in a sustainable way. Without this, the Coalition will cease to exist. All our staff actively raise a portion of their financial support as part of their job description.
If you wish to designate your giving to a specific project or fund, please contact us. We are happy to discuss projects and other opportunities.
Central Valley Justice Coalition’s Federal Tax ID Number is 81-0761794