Committed to Transparency

AJS is committed to responsible stewardship of its funds. AJS and our partners undergo external audits each year to ensure quality, accuracy, and ethics of our financial management. Because of our commitment to transparency, AJS has earned the GuideStar Exchange Gold Seal, as well as the Excellence In Giving's Commitment to Transparency Seal. AJS is also an accredited agency with the Better Business Bureau. AJS makes information security a priority, including adopting new technology to protect credit card information and has earned the RapidScan Secure site seal. You can view our privacy policy here.


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Annual Report

Our Annual Report for FY'17 (August 1, 2017-July 31, 2017) is displayed here.



  • AJS justice projects in Honduras are carried out by our Honduran partner organization la Asociación para una Sociedad más Justa (AJS-Honduras).
  • Capital Campaign funds have been donated and pledged. Building excavation and construction is expected in 2018.


Annual Report of AJS-Honduras


Audited Financial Statements



2017 Financial Audit Statement

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2016 Financial Audit Statement

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2015 Financial Audit Statement

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2014 Financial Audit Statement

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2013 Financial Audit Statement

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2012 Financial Audit Statement

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2011 Financial Audit Statement

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US Tax Returns



2017 IRS Form 990

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2016 IRS Form 990

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2015 IRS Form 990

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2014 IRS Form 990

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2013 IRS Form 990

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2012 IRS Form 990

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2011 IRS Form 990

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