The United Nations Foundation (UNF) employs rigorous accounting standards and financial controls to effectively steward the more than $1 billion entrusted to us by our Chairman, partners, and donors.
Our financial stewardship efforts have led to nineteen consecutive years of clean financial audits.
Since its inception in 1998, an average of 91 cents of every dollar that the UN Foundation raised and spent went directly to support UN programs and causes. A breakdown of our expenses for the fiscal year 2017 is presented in the pie chart to the left.
We provide our IRS Form 990s on our website in order to share our financial information with partners, donors, and the public. Studying the IRS Form 990 will increase your understanding of the charitable organizations you choose to support. Should you have any further questions about these forms, please contact Walter Cortés, Chief Financial Officer at email@example.com.
Read a recent statement regarding the status of Ted Turner’s historic $1 billion gift.
Read the UNF Policy on Environmentally Sustainable Operations and Investment Statement here.
United Nations Foundation
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Better World Fund
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International Aid Transparency Initiative
In 2017, the UN Foundation joined the International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI), a voluntary, multi-stakeholder initiative that seeks to improve the transparency of aid, development, and humanitarian resources.