Helen Keller International relies on the financial generosity of individuals, corporations, foundations and government agencies to help us continue the legacy established by Helen Keller.
Accountability and transparency are an important part of our work. Our funding is used to help us efficiently and effectively fulfill our mission. In fact, 84 cents of every dollar we spend goes to our programs.
In 2012, Helen Keller International President & CEO Kathy Spahn and Board Trustee David Glassman co-authored an article called "Performance Measurement for Nonprofits" for the Journal of Applied Corporate Finance (Volume 24, Number 2, Spring 2012, a Morgan Stanley publication) about the challenges of evaluating non-profit performance and suggestions for improving current practices.
- Most recent annual reports.
- Audited financial statements for FY14, FY15, FY16.
- 990 forms for FY14, FY15, FY16.
- Financial disclosure information
Helen Keller International is a 501(c)(3) organization. Our Federal Tax ID (EIN) is 13-556-2162.