As part of SAFE’s commitment to open and honest communication with its supporters, we strive to maintain complete transparency with our financial records. We publicly account for both incoming donations and outgoing expenses, and we welcome and encourage anyone who is interested in learning more to review our financial documents. We faithfully adhere to the guidelines put forth in the DONORS’ BILL OF RIGHTS, developed by the Association of Fundraising Professionals.
SAFE is an Exempt Organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, and a registered non-profit corporation in the state of Washington. All donations to SAFE are carefully recorded and tracked, and SAFE will supply prompt acknowledgement, including tax receipts, for each donation.
We received our exemption on June 15, 2007, and, as required by the Internal Revenue Service, our application for exemption is available to the public upon request. Anyone wishing to see a copy of SAFE’s IRS documents can contact SAFE Executive Director Bonnie Hammond via email at email@example.com. SAFE’s Form 990s are posted below.
SAFE publishes a monthly financial statement during the current tax year which can be downloaded below. Profit and Loss Statements for previous tax years are also available here for download, as well as 990s and annual reports. Any questions regarding SAFE’s financial disclosures are welcomed and encouraged. Contact SAFE Executive Director Bonnie Hammond via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2019 Monthly Financial Statements
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Other organizational information for SAFE
SAFE’s EIN: 20-5825355
Save a Forgotten Equine is committed to respecting the privacy of its donors, whether the donation is made online, by mail, or any other method.
Personal Information: When you make a financial or in-kind donation, you provide your name and contact information. Information collected by SAFE includes name, mailing address, email address, and phone number. This information is used solely by SAFE to issue tax receipts by mail and/or email, as well as occasional email correspondence which may include donation requests, event invitations, or organizational news. Constituents may opt out of email communications at any time using the Unsubscribe link at the end of each message. They may also opt out of mail and/or phone communication by contacting email@example.com.
We will not sell, share or trade our donors’ personally identifiable information with any other entity. In addition, we will not send mailings to our donors on behalf of other organizations.
Donors and other constituents wishing to review personal information collected or request corrections may contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Anonymous Donations: Donors who do not want their gift acknowledged publicly may check the box marked Anonymous on the donation form. Donors are not required to provide any personal information to make a gift to the organization, however we will not be able to provide a tax receipt for your gift without your name and email address.
Security of Financial Information: Financial donors provide standard payment information including, in many circumstances, credit card data. We use industry standard safeguards to protect your information. We protect the security of credit card transactions using measures such as encryption, access controls, network firewalls, and physical security. These measures make it extremely difficult for anyone to intercept the credit card information you send to us.