Financial Information

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As with other nonprofit organizations, AWI’s expenses are broken down into three categories: administrative expenses, fundraising expenses, and program expenses. The first two are generally thought of as operating expenses (or “overhead”), while the latter—program expenses—are those directly related to fulfillment of the organization’s mission. As indicated by the diagram, the vast majority of AWI’s expenses are program related—spent directly on efforts to reduce animal suffering caused by people.

For the independent auditors' report of website. AWI's Federal Employer Identification Number (FEIN or Tax ID) is 13-5655952


Ratings by Independent Philanthropic Organizations

AWI has been evaluated by both  and and has received the highest ratings from each.

These independent evaluations are intended to assure the public that AWI is properly governed; that our programs are consistent with our statement of purpose; that our funding is sound; and the bulk of our annual expenses is devoted to our programs to protect animals. For further information on AWI, you may contact the aforenamed organizations:


CharityWatch 
3450 N. Lake Shore Drive
P.O. Box 578460
Chicago, IL 60657
(773) 529-2300
aipmail@charitywatch.org

Charity Navigator
1200 MacArthur Boulevard
Second Floor
Mahwah, New Jersey 07430
(201) 818-1288


In addition, AWI qualifies for the , a workplace charity program of the federal government’s Office of Personnel Management. The CFC enables federal employees to support approved charities of their choice through annual payroll deductions. AWI’s CFC number is 10474 and we are a member of the federation. Find out more about ways to give to AWI.

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