Thank you for taking the time to assess the operations of United Way of Southeast Alaska. Donors are wise to investigate the management of organizations they support, along with their missions and programs. United Way takes its responsibility as a steward of donor contributions very seriously. United Way's Board of Directors, staff and other professional volunteers with expertise in financial management and governance have established controls to ensure the highest level of accountability and transparency in United Way of Southeast Alaska's operations.
Click on the bulleted words below to view in greater depth, the operations of United Way of Southeast Alaska. If you have any other questions about our accountability, finances and governance please contact United Way of Southeast Alaska at (907) 463-5530 or send an e-mail to email@example.com.
Fiscal Policies: Set forth the basic framework of the overall fiscal management of the organization, these policies assist with the decision-making process of the Board of Directors, President, and staff.
Code of Ethics: Committed to operating at the highest ethical standards, including complying with generally
accepted accounting principles, providing full and fair disclosure of all relevant information, and spending donor
money efficiently, objectively and honestly.
Articles of Incorporation: Incorporated in 1979, the primary rules for governing and managing of United Way
of Southeast Alaska are filed with the State of Alaska, Department of Commerce, Community and Economic
Bylaws: The rules and regulations set forth by United Way of Southeast Alaska.
Diversity Statement: Strives to be a model of diversity and inclusion. Our partner agencies, strategies, and
investments reflect these core values.
Letter of Determination: Recognized as a registered 501(c) 3 non-profit organization with the Internal Revenue
Annual Audit: Appropriate accounting safeguards are in place to ensure that no one employee has access to
both physical assets and the related accounting records or to all phases of transaction. Internal control procedures
are regularly reviewed by United Way Auditors and Finance Committee Members.