Ethics & Accountability

Operating with High Standards

The United Way of Calhoun County is committed to responsible stewardship of your donations and transparency in how your gift is spent. Our monthly financial statements are reviewed by the Board of Directors, finance committee, and executive committee. Budget and allocation committee members oversee the distribution of funding to local partner agencies. Additionally, each year, we are audited by an independent accounting firm and have consistently received an unqualified opinion (clean opinion) letter.  The responsibility of our external auditor is to express an opinion on our financial statements.  Accordingly, the financial statements below present fairly, in all material respects, the financial position of United Way of Calhoun County and the changes in its net assets and cash flows for the years then ended in accordance with accounting principles generally accepted in the U.S.

Code of Ethics

As volunteers, employees and representatives of United Way, we have a responsibility to uphold the highest of ethical standards – both for ourselves and for the benefit of our communities. We believe these standards go beyond compliance with laws and regulations – calling us to fulfill higher obligations as stewards of the public trust. Upholding these ethical standards is at the heart of what we do and who we are as part of a worldwide organization. Conducting our activities with honesty, integrity, and in the best interests of this organization is essential to preserving and continuing to grow our United Way here in Calhoun County. While no document can anticipate all of the challenges that may arise, this code communicates key guidelines that will assist all of us involved in United Way to make good decisions.

Code of Ethics - United Way of Calhoun County


2022 Financial Statements

2021 Financial Statements

2020 Financial Statements

2019 Financial Statements

IRS Form 990

Form 990

Other Documents

Internal Control Policy

Document Retention Policy