There is nothing more important to United Way of Central Illinois than the trust and confidence of our investors.
For that reason, we maintain the highest standards of professionalism, accountability and transparency in the stewardship and financial management of donors’ investments into our community.
This commitment to excellence is why United Way remains the largest private funder of health and human services in our region and a trusted partner to a significant number of donors who care about our local community.
Effective and Accountable:
For many, United Way is synonymous with charitable service and worthy causes. In fact, United Way is the primary way many individuals meet their desire to help their fellow human beings. That is why our relationship with donors and the health and human service programs we fund is of utmost importance.
We employ the highest ethical standards of performance, business practice, and accounting to give our best to the community and to maintain the public’s trust.
United Way of Central Illinois United Way of Central Illinois, hereafter referred to as United Way, values the trust donors and other stakeholders place in the organization and adheres to the highest standards in collecting, using and safeguarding personal information. The information collected from donors and stakeholders may be used for pledge processing, recognition and United Way communications, including, but not limited to email, mail, text, phone or fax.
Sharing Personal Information
Relationships with United Way are voluntary and confidential. Personal information is gathered directly from either United Way’s website or a pledge or volunteer form requesting personal information, including address, email, birthdate, etc. If a donor chooses to designate a gift to a specific 501(c) 3 nonprofit organization, unless the donor requests to be anonymous, United Way will release the following donor information to that organization so they may acknowledge the gift: name, employer, preferred mailing address, gift amount and general method of payment. Donors and stakeholders may choose to opt-out of being listed in any printed materials by contacting the United Way or by selecting the anonymous option when making a donation or pledge. Donors and stakeholders may opt-out of receiving email, text or other correspondence at any time by contacting the United Way or by following the unsubscribe instructions within any communication.
United Way of Central Illinois does not trade or sell personal information.
United Way of Central Illinois does not share personal information without prior donor or stakeholder consent, unless required to by law.
Below you find copies of United Way of Central Illinois’ consolidated financial statements and IRS Form 990.
2013 Annual Report (FY2012) including Consolidated Financial Statements (low resolution version)
IRS 990 (FY2012)
Additional information available at Guidestar.org
100% of all contributions to United Way’s Community Fund go directly to programs providing services in our region.
Building Sangamon and Menard Counties into a vibrant region where individuals and families thrive, where people work together to protect its most vulnerable citizens, ensure a safe and healthy community, address its most challenging issues and enhance the quality of life for all citizens.
United Way is an independent agency, with funding, financial and management decisions being made by leaders from our community.