Annual Reports

2017 Annual Report

See what RESULTS was up to in 2017.

Read the report.






FY 2017 Auditor's ReportRESULTS 990RESULTS Educational Fund 990

2016 Annual Report

2016 Annual ReportSee what RESULTS was up to in 2016.

Read the report






FY 2016 Auditor's Report, RESULTS 990, RESULTS Educational Fund 990

2015 Annual Report

2015: Annual Report

In 2015, RESULTS celebrated its 35th anniversary, a major tax policy victory that will ensure millions of Americans don't fall into poverty or deeper into poverty, and bipartisan congressional support for legislation that has the potential to end preventable child deaths.

Read the report







FY 2015 Auditor's ReportRESULTS 990RESULTS Educational Fund 990

2014: Annual Report

2013: Annual ReportIn 2014, the voices of RESULTS volunteers were heard across the country and around the world — from launching a multiyear advocacy campaign to create economic mobility in the United States, to spurring historic global investments in both basic education and access to vaccines so that the world’s poorest countries can reach their most vulnerable children.

Read the report



FY 2014 Auditor's Report, RESULTS 990, RESULTS Educational Fund 990

2013: Annual Report

2013: Annual ReportFor more than three decades, RESULTS and RESULTS Educational Fund have stood up for the most effective solutions to poverty. And 2013 was truly a banner year — from fighting back congressional threats to gut our country’s first line of defense against hunger, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), to securing a bold three-year U.S. commitment to the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria. The cornerstone of our success is the dedication, tenacity, and courage of our volunteers.

Read the report


FY 2013 Auditor's Report, RESULTS 990RESULTS Educational Fund 9902013 Financials

Policies: WhistleblowersDocument RetentionDonor ConfidentiallyCEO Compensation


Annual report financial summary 

FY 2012 Auditor's ReportRESULTS 990RESULTS Educational Fund 990

2011: Empowering People. Ending Poverty.

Annual Report BrochureShockwaves from our financial crisis continue to be felt around the world. The poorest and most vulnerable people face enormous challenges, even as the political and economic climate has led to international aid dollars being parsed and critical domestic programs endangered. Against this backdrop, it is no small feat that RESULTS and RESULTS Educational Fund (REF) have made 2011 another year defined by meaningful victories in the fight against poverty.

Brochure Version

FY 2011 Auditor's Report, RESULTS 990, Results Educational Fund 990


2009: Taking Leadership in Extraordinary Times

2009 Annual Report CoverAs the global recession continued in 2009, RESULTS and RESULTS Educational Fund (REF) stepped forward to thwart resignation and inspire action. It was a time of challenge and opportunity, but the strength of our grassroots activists and our strategic alliances made a profound difference for millions of people struggling to meet their basic needs. 2009 campaigns ranged from promoting a Global Fund for Education to ensuring that low-income Americans were included in health care reform. As this annual report proves, RESULTS/REF staff and activists have the courage to change the things that are not acceptable and to inspire their leaders to do the same.

Read the report

2008: Ordinary Heroes, Extraordinary Change

2008 Annual Report Cover2008 proved to be a groundbreaking year for many of RESULTS' and RESULTS Educational Fund's (REF) campaigns, from reaching over 100 million of the world's poorest people with microfinance, to a vital increase of $10.4 billion in expanded nutrition benefits for low-income Americans, to the passage of the most important global health legislation in U.S. history. Throughout this report, you'll meet some of our "Ordinary Heroes" whose commitment, creativity, and courage helped us achieve these and other successes.

Read the report

Brochure version

2007: Building Champions for the End of Poverty

Annual Report 2007: Building Champions for the End of PovertyOur track record depends on nurturing champions for the end of poverty. Read about champions like Collette Hernandez, who struggles to feed and provide health care for her children, but found a way to make a real difference for others through RESULTS/REF. Hernandez, her fellow activists, and RESULTS staff fought hard for critical anti-poverty programs in 2007. “For the first time in my life,” said Hernandez, “I feel like I have a say-so in what happens in this country.”

Read the report

Brochure version

2006: Bold Actions and Dramatic Successes

Annual Report 2006: Bold Actions and Dramatic SuccessesWith the awarding of the Nobel Peace Prize to Muhammad Yunus, the grandfather of the microcredit movement and RESULTS/REF board member, the world recognized that economic empowerment and the eradication of poverty are necessary for a peaceful world. RESULTS/REF also made strides in building momentum for health care for all Americans and saw a historic commitment in funding to combat diseases that keep people trapped in poverty worldwide.

Read the report

Brochure version

2005: 25 Years of RESULTS

Annual Report 2005: 25 Years of RESULTSRESULTS and RESULTS Educational Fund celebrated 25 years of empowering ordinary citizens to be effective advocates for solutions to hunger and poverty. In 2005, our work resulted in the highest funding commitment to date for the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis (TB) and Malaria, and helped protect Medicaid and Head Start from potentially devastating changes. REF’s success in raising awareness about the global TB epidemic gained significant support from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

Read the report


2004: The Power Is You

Annual Report 2004: The Power Is YouRESULTS/REF and our volunteer activists continued to speak for the poor, powerless, and marginalized among us in 2004, resulting in increased public investments in health care, education, and economic opportunity in the U.S. and worldwide. We helped increase funding for global tuberculosis control, supported early childhood education programs in the U.S. and basic education abroad, and launched a multi-year campaign to advocate for quality health care for all Americans by 2010.

Read the report


2003: Eradication of Hunger and Poverty

Annual Report 2003: Eradication of Hunger and PovertyRecognizing that we will never have true peace until there is hope and opportunity for all, we brought attention to sustainable solutions to poverty and hunger. These actions resulted in groundbreaking legislation, including an act passed by Congress that requires that at least half of U.S. assistance for microcredit programs reach the very poor and that poverty measurement tools be developed to ensure this goal is reached.

Read the report