According to Charity Navigator:
“Savvy donors know that the financial health of a charity is a strong indicator of the charity's programmatic performance. They know that the most efficient charities spend at least 75% of their budget on their programs and services and less than 25% on fundraising and administrative fees. They understand that a charity's ability to sustain its programs over time is just as important as its short-term day-to-day spending practices.”
Canine Assistants agrees with this philosophy and we consistently strive to keep our fundraising and administrative fees at approximately 5% or less. We also believe that we owe it to our donors and the public to be as transparent as possible regarding our financial health. Therefore, we have linked our most recent financial information on our website so that you can make an informed decision when giving.
2012 Financial Statement
2012 Annual Report
Document Management Policy