• We are accountable to God, our donors, partners, board of directors, and especially the people we serve.

    We are firmly committed to good stewardship of funds entrusted to us by our donors. We consider the management of the resources God and our donors supply as a sacred duty. We promise to use your gifts wisely and effectively. To ensure our financial accountability to you, our donor, we are a member of and fully support the purpose and goals of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability, Charity Navigator, GuideStar, ACNC, and Accord Network. We display their seals to reflect compliance with their membership standards.

    We have received 8 consecutive 4-Star reviews from Charity Navigator, an accomplishment only 2% of rated charities have received. Click here to read more from Charity Navigator’s review.

    We try to practice standards of accountability that are above what may be required by the law. We also expect the same from all our partners. This includes everything from receipts for goods & services to timely and accurate reporting on work being done in the field.

    Crisis Aid’s five principles of partnership:
    1. Always honest & open
    2. Build trust
    3. Stewardship of all God’s resources
    4. True partnership
    5. Accountability

    ANNUAL REPORT  (2015)


    Patrick Bradley, Board Chair
    Dr. Dane Welch, Vice President
    Susan Bradley, Vice President / Secretary
    Jerry Fitzgerald, Treasurer
    Pastor Terry House, Director
    Pastor Mike Lemp, Director
    Chris Igo, Director

    Pat Bradley, CEO
    Sue Bradley, CFO
    Warrine Bazow, Office Manager

  • Below are our financials for the previous several years. When clicking on a year, a new window will open with the appropriate document.

    Annual Reports: 2011 20122013 – 20142015

    Audited Financials: 201120122013 – 20142015

    IRS Form 990: 201120122013 – 20142015