Introduction

ICNA Relief strives to uplift the underserved in the US through a nationwide network of shelters, food pantries, health clinics, skill development programs, disaster relief services, refugee services and more. ICNA Relief works to build healthy communities, strengthen families and create opportunities for those in despair while maintaining their dignity and advocating for their basic human needs.

Building Bridges

ICNA Relief has worked alongside several governmental agencies and major NGOs including FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency), NVOAD (National Volunteer Organizations Active in Disaster), American Red Cross, NECHAMA Jewish Response to Disaster, Habitat for Humanity, NYDIS (New York Disaster Interfaith Services), CCUSA (Catholic Charities USA), LSSDR (Lutheran Social Services Disaster Response), UMCOR (United Methodist Committee on Relief) and the New York State Chaplain Task Force.

Policies 

At ICNA Relief we believe in the importance of good governance, ethical management practices and accountability to our donors. We are an Accredited Charity meeting all the standards by BBB and Gold-Level GuideStar Nonprofit, demonstrating this organization’s commitment to transparency.

Conflict of Interest

Donor Privacy Policy

Whistleblower Policy

Effectiveness Assessment Policy

Privacy Policy

Record-Retention-Policy

Reports

 2008 990   2009 990    2010 990    2011 990    2012 990   2013 990    2014 990    2015 990

Audit Report 2008   Audit Report 2009   Audit Report 2010   Audit Report 2011

Audit Report 2012  Audit Report 2013  Audit Report 2014         

Accreditation

ICNA Relief has won several awards for their outstanding service. It has been rated 4 out of 4 stars by the esteemed Charity Navigator. The charity also meets the Better Business Bureau’s Wise Giving Alliance’s Standards for Charity Accountability, as well as GuideStar’s highest standards of transparency. We are also a participating charity in the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC).