ECFA & Financial Accountability
VOM has been a member of the ECFA (Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability) since 1993. We complete their precise requirements for membership, including defining a credible Board of Directors, establishing an Audit Review Committee, having audited financial statements, truthfulness in communications, as well as other requirements.
VOM Use of Finances
Below you will find VOM’s most recent audited financial statement.
The mission uses the resources entrusted to us to pursue the aims of VOM’s five purposes, which are based on Hebrews 13:3. In the course of using funds to fulfill these purposes, we incur some general and administrative expenses. VOM staff members attempt to keep these to a minimum by using a large number of volunteer hours each year. In 2018, VOM volunteers contributed approximately 32,403 work hours. We are thankful to those who give their time to serve our persecuted family.
We praise the Lord for allowing us to carry the message of our persecuted brothers and sisters to the millions of Christians in the United States and around the world who are challenged and encouraged by the stories of those who suffer for their Christian witness. We are committed to spreading their stories in order to encourage fellowship among all believers.
If you have any questions regarding VOM’s financial policies or the use of funds, please contact us at (918) 337-8015 or contact us.
- Audited Financial Statement: 2020 | 2019 | 2018
- View VOM’s 501c3 letter.
- View information about employer matching gifts.
- See how we used our financial resources in 2020.
View information on the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) .