How The Salvation Army is Transparent and Accountable

by Linda Leigh
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The Salvation Army believes in transparency and accountability. External visibility creates public understanding and trust, which are vital to the Army’s success. The support of donors and volunteers allows the Army to serve 1.8 million people every year.

In addition to The Salvation Army’s Annual Review, the Ethical Fundraising and Financial Accountability Code reinforces The Salvation Army’s commitment to high standards of accountability. The Code represents a set of standards to help manage and report charitable activities responsibly. By adhering to these standards, The Salvation Army is complying with generally accepted practices for soliciting and managing donor dollars.

What does non-profit transparency mean to you?