I just finished the Ann Campana Judge Foundation's 2015 IRS forms. Yesterday I mailed them to the IRS center in Ogden, UT, and emailed a PDF to my webmaster Jeanine McGann for posting on the ACJF's website under 'Financials'.
The forms listed in the title of this post are public record, so I figured, 'Why not post them on WaterWired?' So here they are, in all their (un?) complicated glory.
Here are JPEGs of the first two pages (download the PDF to get a better view):
We supported three projects last year - two in Nicaragua by El Porvenir and Agua Para La Vida (APLV) plus one of our own in Honduras. We also paid (see Schedule O) $2,605 for 500 copies of the publication, Water Supply Well Guidelines for Use in Developing Countries. Copies of the publication have been distributed around the world and have produced a lot of goodwill for the ACJF.
The large 'surplus' - almost $35,000 - we had at the beginning of CY 2015 is gone (down to $6186) at the end of 2015. That's not as bad as it looks. The ACJF is a pass-through foundation; it has no endowment but spends money as it is received or raised. But our work is cut out for us to increase our bank account as we have at least one pending project in Honduras and are looking for additional ones.
Should you wish to contribute, click here.
Have a wonderful Mother's Day. Mom. Your little girl's legacy is just fine...
"The time is always right to do what is right." – Martin Luther King, Jr.