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Financial Information

Stewardship and Accountability 
NPH USA is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation, Federal Tax ID# 65-1229309.

We strive to be conscientious stewards of our donors’ contributions, keeping operating expenses as low as possible. In 2016, 81% of our financial resources were spent on programs, with 19% going to administration and fundraising. All donated funds are diligently appropriated and an audited financial statement is available.

In 2016, we provided $13.9 million to NPH International and $2.9 million in materials – primarily medicine and medical supplies. Our operating expenses compare extremely favorably to those of other non-profit organizations and have allowed us to have a larger impact through the services of NPH.

Financials Fact Sheet2016 Annual Report2016 Audited Financial Statements2016 Form 990

Reports

FAQ

Yes, to the extent allowed by law. NPH USA is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation, Tax ID #65-1229309.

Yes – learn more about giving appreciated securities here!

Yes, there are many ways to leave a gift to NPH USA through your legacy, while gaining tax benefits now. Learn more here.

Yes, donations can be made securely online by clicking here.

Yes, you can designate within the scope of the Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos budget. Donations designated for a specific home will go to the general budget of that home.

Yes. Individual donors can designate a donation toward a specific project if it is included in the NPH general budget or if the National Board has passed a resolution to support a specific project.

Because we are supporting a foreign organization (NPH), the IRS has very specific regulations. These regulations require that NPH USA clearly state what we are supporting at NPH. In order to support the greatest needs of NPH, the NPH USA National Board has passed a resolution to support the NPH budget. The NPH budget is determined by the NPH National Directors and NPH International. The National Board can also pass additional resolutions to support specific projects, if deemed appropriate. If a donor designates outside of what has been approved by the National board, the donation is not tax deductible according to the IRS regulations AND could also put our organization in jeopardy of maintaining our charitable status.

NPH USA does much more than just give money to NPH. We fund all costs in the U.S. for the international volunteer program and in-kind donation program. We also fund the U.S. education of specific pequeños and the entire communication process between pequeños and their U.S. sponsors. In strictly numerical terms, in 2016, NPH USA provided $16.8 million of support to NPH International (NPHI), comprised of $13.9 million of cash and $2.9 million in materials (primarily medical in nature).

Financials Fact Sheet2016 Annual Report2016 Audited Financial Statements2016 Form 990

Our organization measures our effectiveness through the lens of our mission. We track the welfare of our orphaned or abandoned children and ensure that they have access to healthcare and education; all while being supported in a loving and caring environment.

In 2016:

  • 3,258 children/youth were fully supported
  • 34 youths graduated from a university
  • 203 graduated from high school
  • 246 children earned a vocational certification
  • 995 staff and youths received childcare and leadership training
  • 2,328 students who live outside the homes receive scholarships, meals and health care
  • 100,068 services were provided through community service programs
  • 2,018 local people were employed

In 2016, 81% of our financial resources were spent on programs, with 19% going to administration and fundraising.

NPH USA proudly adheres to the Donor Bill of Rights and is committed to respecting the privacy of our donors. When personal information is provided to us by a donor, it will only be used to support the donor’s relationship with NPH USA. We will never exchange, share or sell our mailing list or e-mail list to others.

If you do not want to receive mailings or e-mail from NPH USA, you can notify us by phone, e-mail, or mail and we will remove you from our mailing list.

NPH USA retains donor information on file in order to provide gift receipts for tax purposes and to tailor subsequent communications to the donor. Information is used to complete a transaction, communicate to the donor, and update the donor on child sponsorship, special events and other news. All donor information is kept in a password-protected database on a secure server and is never shared with others. For electronic donations made by credit card or bank account, all donor information is in a password-protected system and stored in a secure location. Credit card and bank account information is used only for processing donated funds and is not retained for any other purposes.

Please see our other FAQs, call us toll-free at 1-888-201-8880 or send an e-mail to info@nphusa.org.