Heartbeat’s financial integrity
Heartbeat Serving Wounded Warriors® is committed to integrity. This includes our finances; we remain accountable. We’re highly responsible with all donations and how we use them. Heartbeat staff continuously strives to keep all costs low so donations go directly to our heroes.
Our dedication to wounded warriors is evident in how we make best use of all donations. We work in modest surroundings. We look for the best deals without affecting our brave warriors and families.
Donations spent on warriors
Many nonprofit organizations have administrative costs greater than 30 percent. We work hard to keep the costs under 10 percent.
- 1 full-time employee
- 2.5 part-time employee
- Nearly 200 volunteers
Our nonprofit organization runs completely by donations. Heartbeat receives no other sources of support. Please help our heroes by giving a tax-deductible donation of any size. Without our generous donors, Heartbeat couldn’t provide our many services, including therapeutic programs.
Heartbeat’s financial statements
Heartbeat’s financial statements are available to the public. We welcome you to evaluate our revenue, expenses, and more. We prepare all financial statements using GAAP — Generally Accepted Accounting Principles.
The financial information below includes our years as Operation Homefront Washington. We changed our focus and name in 2009.
Please contact us anytime if you have questions about Heartbeat finances or our wounded warrior programs.