Where Your Money Goes

    Donate with confidence!

    SNAP truly respects the donors who make our important work possible.  Thank you for taking the time to learn about our programs and vision.

    SNAP tax returns (Form 990) for recent years and our annual report are available via the links below (PDF format/requires Adobe Reader). They can also be found, along with other detailed organizational and financial information, on GuideStar.org. GuideStar is the national database of nonprofit organizations and provides information on more than 850,000 IRS-recognized nonprofits.  This information is provided free of charge to help potential donors learn more about individual organizations prior to giving. SNAP also has a profile on the DonorHouston website. Click the logo below to visit their website:

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    SNAP IRS Filings and Financial Reports

    SNAP IRS Form 990 Filings
    2004 SNAP IRS Form 990
    2005 SNAP IRS Form 990
    2006 SNAP IRS Form 990
    2007 SNAP IRS Form 990
    2008 SNAP IRS Form 990
    2009 SNAP IRS Form 990
    2010 SNAP IRS Form 990
    2011 SNAP IRS Form 990
    2012 SNAP IRS Form 990 
    2013 SNAP IRS Form 990
    2014 SNAP IRS Form 990
    Audited Financial Statements and Audit Reports
    2009 Audited Financial Statements and Audit Report (FY 2009, 7/1/2008 – 6/30/2009)
    2010 Audited Financial Statements and Audit Report (FY 2010, 7/1/2009 – 6/30/2010)
    2011 Audited Financial Statements and Audit Report (FY 2011, 7/1/2010 – 6/30/2011)
    2012 Audited Financial Statements and Audit Report (FY 2012, 7/1/2011 – 6/30/2012)
    2013 Audited Financial Statements and Audit Report (FY 2013, 7/1/2012 – 6/30/2013)
    2014 Audited Financial Statements and Audit Report (FY 2014, 7/1/2013 – 6/30/2014)
    2015 Audited Financial Statements and Audit Report (FY 2015, 7/1/2014 - 6/30/2015)
    SNAP Annual Reports
    2010 SNAP Annual Report
    2011 SNAP Annual Report
    2012 SNAP Annual Report
    2013 SNAP Annual Report
    2014 SNAP Annual Report
    2016 SNAP Review of Programs & Activities

    SNAP Complies with All IRS Filing Regulations

    In 2011, the IRS published the Nonfiler Revocation List. This is a state-by-state list of organizations whose tax exempt status has been revoked for failure to file annual tax returns. Failure to file for three consecutive years results in automatic loss of tax exempt status. Donors who continue to give to organizations whose names appear on this list cannot legally claim their donations as tax deductions and may be subject to a penalty if they do so. It would be prudent to review this list to make sure that the causes you support are not listed.

    SNAP is fully up to date with federal tax filing requirements. Our most recent tax return (IRS form 990) can always be found here on our website for your inspection. When you donate to SNAP, you can be confident that your gift will not only be tax deductible but that it will go to help prevent the needless death and suffering of cats and dogs.

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