Guided by the Quaker belief in the divine light of each person, AFSC works with communities and partners worldwide to challenge unjust systems and promote lasting peace.

Together, these efforts demonstrate the power of nonviolence to overcome racism, violence, and oppression. We invite you to learn more about work in 2021, as well as the ways in which we spend funds and prioritize investments.

AFSC is a Top-Rated Charity by CharityWatch.org and meets all 20 standards of the Better Business Bureau's Wise Giving Alliance accountability standards.

Annual Reports

Financials

As a faith organization, AFSC does not have to file a 990 form with the IRS. Since we are committed to financial transparency, we publish information on director and executive compensation online. You can also review our most recent independent audit. 

AFSC’s investment philosophy is aligned with the values of our mission statement, as well as the Religious Society of Friends’ beliefs and testimonies, which include peace, simplicity, integrity, and justice. Read more about our investment policy. 

AFSC is grateful to the many compassionate individuals and groups who make our programs possible.

2021 Fiscal Year Spending

a chart that lists how 34.4 million dollars is used broken down into four categories

Audit Reports