We Take Our Financial Accountability Seriously
We are transparent in our financial practices, so you can see how your gifts are being used to help the lost, the poor, and the homeless in our local community and around the world. We use your gifts in the area, project, or city that you specify. If gifts received are above a specific need, they will be used where the need is greatest.
We are committed to the highest standards of financial accountability. We adhere to the guidelines set forth by the Evangelical Council of Financial Accountability (ECFA) and undergo an annual, outside audit. We work diligently to limit overhead costs while maximizing the opportunities and effectiveness of our programs. We are solely supported by individuals, foundations, corporations, churches and other organizations. We do not accept government funds.
In 2016, $.82 of every dollar went directly to our programs that benefit men, women, children, and communities.
“The reason I love to support Cityteam is because they help people where they are. Whether it’s a physical need, whether it’s homelessness, whether it’s needing to recover from a drug addiction, or having a baby at a time of life when you just can’t support that child…Cityteam is there.” – Andrew Laffoon, Mixbook CEO, Cityteam Supporter
Cityteam is regularly reviewed and held accountable by these independent third-party organizations: