Financial & Legal Information About United Charitable

United Charitable is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Our mission is to empower people to help others by sponsoring targeted charitable programs that effect positive change through charitable, educational, scientific, or religious actions worldwide. Our programs vary in size, budget and scope, but all share the desire to make a difference in the lives of others.

Click on the links below to access our financial and legal information, which may be required if you plan to apply for a grant for your program. If there is a document that you need that you can't find here, please contact us.


Terminating a Program:

In the event that United Charitable has determined that a program should be terminated for any reason, or if a Program Manager has requested the account be closed, there are four options available to United Charitable, in its sole discretion, but with the advice of the Program Manager:

  • Disbursing the remaining assets on qualified charitable activities, such as outstanding invoices or consulting fees;
  • Transferring the remaining assets to public charities, including existing ones and ones that may be formed with the consent of United Charitable;
  • Transferring the remaining assets to United Charitable's general operating account; or
  • Transferring the assets to another program at United Charitable.

Notice to Vendors, Contractors, and Lenders:

Only specifically authorized employees of United Charitable have power to commit United Charitable to any business transaction or contract. The programs at United Charitable do not have independent legal status. They are internal programs of United Charitable formed to carry out the many charitable, religious, and educational projects of United Charitable. The programs are not agents of United Charitable and have no power to bind it. The programs of United Charitable do not have officers, directors, or employees. Only United Charitable has officers, directors, and employees.

Accordingly, no program at United Charitable has the power or capacity to enter into any business transaction or contract. Only United Charitable, as a non-profit corporation, has such power which is exercised only by and through its specifically authorized employees.

Therefore, the only obligations which United Charitable recognizes as binding on it are those which result from the acts of its duly authorized employees. We are pleased to identify them upon request.

Please be advised that if you provide goods or services, advance credit, or make a loan to a program at United Charitable, you accept the risk that United Charitable will disavow any responsibility for either the invoice or loan.