The Board of Directors of the ACPMP Research Foundation want donors to have the highest level of confidence when making contributions to the Foundation.

It is our intention to provide you with that confidence by sharing the following information. If you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to email any of our Board Members or our general e-mail

ACPMP is an IRS-designated 501(c)3 charitable organization. Our EIN is 26-2890160.

Click here to view our most recent financials on our Donor Confidence page

Older Financials:

2018 IRS 990
2018 Reviewed Financial Statements

2017 IRS 990
2017 Reviewed Financial Statements

2016 IRS 990
2016 Reviewed Financial Statements

2015 IRS 990
2015 Reviewed Financial Statements

2014 IRS 990
2014 Reviewed Financial Statements

2013 IRS 990
2013 Reviewed Financial Statements

2012 IRS 990
2012 Reviewed Financial Statements

2011 IRS 990
2011 Reviewed Financial Statements

2010 IRS 990
2010 Reviewed Financial Statements

2009 IRS 990

2008 IRS 990

In addition to complying with all IRS filing requirements, ACPMP operates under the following accounting and operational control procedures to manage the Foundation’s assets:

Segregation of Duties: One individual processes donations, adds donor information to our database, and sends out an acknowledgement of the donation to the donor for tax purposes. A separate individual makes the bank deposits. The Foundation also utilizes an accounting department where personnel have separate responsibilities with respect to processing and recording of financial activity. The accounting department prepares internal financial statements which are subject to oversight and review by the Finance Committee. In addition to the financial statements, the bank statements and donor database are made available to the Foundation’s Finance Committee. Annually, the Foundation’s financial statements are reviewed by an independent CPA firm that also prepares the Foundation’s IRS Form 990. The 990 is reviewed in detail by the Finance Committee and approved by the Board prior to filing.

Conflict of Interest Policy: The Board of Directors has adopted an IRS recommended, but not required, Conflict of Interest Policy wherein they agree that they will neither benefit individually nor from a business perspective when conducting Foundation business.

Compliance with FASB Accounting Rules: The Foundation utilizes an industry standard accounting software for small organizations. All records are reviewed regularly by our CPA.

Safe, Secure Payment Processor: The Foundation selected a webhost that processes all online donations through Paypal, the most trusted, largest and most cost-effective processor of online payments in the U.S. No financial information is processed or retained on our website.

Investment Policy: Our Board of Directors has adopted an Investment Policy recommended by our Finance Committee that provides for prudent investment of the Foundation’s assets.