Expected End Ministries (EEM) unreservedly submits to an annual audit by an independent public accounting firm, the ECFA (Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability). Financial statements are accessible in accordance with commonly accepted accounting principles.
EEM voluntarily submits to an annual legal audit to ensure that the ministry is complying with applicable federal and state laws and regulations. EEM issues an annual attestation letter provided by ECFA that attests to our program service expenditures and to the compensation of our president and founder, Katie Souza.
EEM requires all board members and employees to abide by a conflict of interest policy that encourages high standards of ethics and integrity. EEM strives to ensure that all fundraising efforts clearly represent the purpose of the funds to be raised and that all contributions received are used for those specific purposes.
EEM protects the privacy of our donors by not marketing our mailing list. EEM commits to posting our audited financial statements, as well as any attestation letters provided by our auditors, on our website and updating the information annually.
EEM voluntarily submits to the Seven Standards of Responsible Stewardship and is a member of the ECFA.
Thank you for your interest in Expected End Ministries and for taking the time to read our Financial Accountability Statement.
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