We take our finances very seriously, and we pride ourselves on adhering to a stringent set of membership standards that focus on governance, ethics, financial management, and general operations. We believe in transparency and seek to provide as much information to our donors as possible, as demonstrated by our 2024 Gold Seal of Transparency with Candid.
We have a responsibility to our donors, partners, and the broader community to ensure that the dollars entrusted to us are invested in ways that will produce positive results for this community.
We also believe that setting standards for our local partners is critical in achieving our mission to fight for the health, education, and financial stability of all Kankakee and Iroquois County residents. Our agency allocations process and policies are volunteer-driven and rely on a rigorous application process.
We want to maintain your respect and trust so that you, as a donor and neighbor, can have full confidence in us. That's why we've outlined a Bill of Rights, stating our responsibilities to you as a donor to United Way.
For more information on our financials and impact, please review our most recent financial documents below.
CONFLICT OF INTEREST STATEMENT
CODE OF ETHICS