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    A fundamental principle in our charter states, "Sources of funding to the institute will be publicized including the name of the donor unless the donor requests anonymity. Expenses of the institute will be publicized down to the last cent, showing where all the spending went and for what purpose." So transparency (behavior) is at the core of our charter. 

    All funding expenses and donations will be reported on this page including exactly what was spent on each item, line by line. The names of all donors and the amount donated will be included, unless the donor requests anonymity. To make a donation click here.

    The RRDi reports all financial statements so that you can see where the money is coming from and where it is going. What other non profit organization for rosacea does this? Can you find all the financial reports for a non profit organization for rosacea from the time of its inception to the most recent report? We believe in transparency. From 2004 thru 2013 we went the extra mile and filed Form 990 Schedule A and Form EZ. However, since we receive donations less than $50,000 we are only required to fill out Form 990N. So from 2014 we file only Form 990N and include a Google Doc Spreadsheet of our financial report which you can review below. 

    Financial Reports

    Form 990 N
    Form 990 Schedule A
    Form 990 EZ
    Financial Report 2017 2017 2017    
    Financial Report 2016 2016 2016    
    Financial Report 2015 2015 2015    
    Financial Report 2014 2014 2014    
    2004 Form 990 EZ
    2012 Form 990 EZ
    2004 Form 990 EZ
    2012 Form 990 EZ
    2004 Form 990 EZ
    2011 Form 990 EZ
    2004 Form 990 EZ
    2010 Form 990 EZ
    2004 Form 990 EZ
    2009 Form 990 EZ
    2004 Form 990 EZ
    2008 Form 990 EZ
    2004 Form 990 EZ
    2007 Form 990 EZ
    2004 Form 990 EZ
    2006 Form 990 EZ
    2004 Form 990 EZ
    2005 Form 990 EZ
    2004 Form 990 EZ
    2004 Form 990 EZ

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