Family Care International is fully accountable to our donors, to our partners and colleagues, and to the beneficiaries of our work. We are committed to full transparency, and publish our audited financial reports and IRS filings as soon as they are available. FCI has a top A rating from Charity Watch, has been awarded the top 4-star rating for Accountability and Transparency by Charity Navigator, and is a GuideStar Exchange Gold Participant, all testaments to our organizational commitment to transparency.
FCI’s Biannual Report looks back on FCI's programmatic accomplishments in 2012 and 2013, highlighting the efforts and impact of our staff and dedicated partners, who work every day to build and strengthen the essential services that save women’s lives in Africa, in Latin America and the Caribbean, and around the world.
Family Care International is a Gold-level participant in the GuideStar Exchange, demonstrating our institutional commitment to transparency.
FCI top-rated by Charity Watch
FCI has been named a "Top-Rated Charity" by the American Institute of Philanthropy, a prominent charity rating service whose standards for evaluating charities are considered the most stringent in the sector. Support FCI now
FCI recognized by MacArthur Foundation for creativity, effectiveness
Family Care International was one of only 13 extraordinary nonprofit organizations around the world selected to receive the 2013 MacArthur Award for Creative and Effective Institutions.This prestigious award represented the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation's recognition of FCI's achievements and the impact of our work. FCI was also recipient of the 2008 UN Population Award, given by the UN Population Fund in recognition of two decades of work to save women' s lives. Read more here...
$5,000 educates 30 girls in a rural African village about their sexual and reproductive health and rights.
$1,000 teaches the women of an indigenous community high in the Andes to demand the safe, sensitive maternity care that can save their lives.
$500 supports the transformation of a dysfunctional rural clinic into one that provides high-quality, life- saving maternal care for women in its community.
$250 pays for a community organizer to work with a remote West African village for 3 months - building relationships with community leaders and providing information about women's right to lifesaving maternity care.
$100 trains one health care worker to understand local cultures and provide better, more sensitive care - so that more women will use life- saving health services.
$50 provides FCI's youth education handbooks - accurate, culturally appropriate, and in the local languages - for 12 communities in Latin America, Africa or the Caribbean.