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FSF financial information

by Free Software Foundation Contributions Published on Apr 07, 2010 05:05 PM
Form 990 is an annual reporting return that tax-exempt organizations must file. It provides information on the filing organization's mission, programs, and finances. We are audited each year by an independent accounting firm. We choose to publish our Form 990 and our audited financial statements on our own site so that our donors and supporters can have as much information as possible about our work.
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Socially responsible investment policy

The Free Software Foundation has a responsible investment policy which supports our mission. We do not purchase stock shares in companies who produce proprietary software, nor do we purchase funds that contain such shares. We follow a conservative investment approach designed to maintain our reserves through economic instability and ensure the Foundation's long-term future.

Financial statements

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We also have a copy of our articles of incorporation.

See also: Free Software Foundation leadership.

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