Over the past four decades, NIF has provided over $300 million to Israel’s progressive civil society organizations. Get a snapshot of NIF’s work from our Annual Report, and view NIF’s financial information below.
2019 Annual Report
Federal Form 990NIF-PD-990-2019-Signed
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IRS Letter of Determination38839718-Irs-Letter
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Independent Rating Agencies
NIF has received a top rating from CharityWatch (formerly the American Institute of Philanthropy). The rating is based on numerous factors including the percentage of expenses spent on programs, cost of fundraising, the years of available assets, and compensation of executives. (membership needed)
CharityWatch is a nationally prominent charity watchdog service whose purpose is to help donors make informed giving decisions. CharityWatch’s standards for evaluating charities are considered the most stringent in the sector.
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