How ICCR is Funded

ICCR is a membership organization, and our work is funded through a variety of sources, including membership dues, fees, grants from foundations, and donations from our committed supporters.

While we often quote the collective invested capital of our members ($200 billion) to illustrate the power of the ICCR shareholder coalition, it is important not to confuse our members' assets with the monies used to fund the day-today operations of ICCR, a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization as our accounts are entirely independent.

ICCR's operating budget comes in at nearly $2 million and as a faith-based nonprofit, we are careful stewards of these funds. The majority of our operating budget covers the salaries of our small professional staff which coordinates and supports the corporate engagements of our dues-paying membership organizations in their work to advance corporate social responsibility.

Read ICCR's Audited Financial Statements for 2015.

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