Financial Info

Financial Info for the year that ended June 30, 2022

Income in thousands
Donations   $94,045
Sales & Media   19,016
Conference Fees   1,504
Other Income         (5,216)
Total Income   109,349
Expenses in thousands
Program   $90,573
Administrative   13,581
Fundraising & Communications   12,588
Total Expenses   116,742



Audited Report
2022 download (446 KB)
2021 download (391 KB)
2020 download (299 KB)
2019 download (299 KB)
2018 download (260 KB)
2017 download (147 KB)

InterVarsity is a tax-exempt organization under the provisions of Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.

For eight consecutive years, InterVarsity was awarded four stars (in a four star rating system) by Charity Navigator, a nonprofit rating organization. This rating recognizes InterVarsity’s strong fiscal management and is based on InterVarsity’s low fundraising expenses and program stability.

“Only 3 percent of the charities we evaluate have received at least eight consecutive four-star evaluations, indicating that InterVarsity Christian Fellowship/USA outperforms most other charities in America,” said Michael Thatcher, president of Charity Navigator. “This exceptional designation from Charity Navigator sets InterVarsity Christian Fellowship/USA apart from its peers and demonstrates to the public its trustworthiness.”

In 2019 InterVarsity slipped just below the cut-off for the four-star rating, so is currently rated at three stars by Charity Navigator. However, we continue to maintain a 100 percent score in Accountability and Transparency.

Financial reports were audited by Capin Crouse, LLP, and an unqualified opinion was issued on the financial reports. See links above for a copy of the audited reports in PDF format.


InterVarsity pledges financial accountability through our charter membership in the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA). The ECFA seal assures donors that their gifts will always be used appropriately for InterVarsity’s ministry.



These ratings recognize InterVarsity’s strong fiscal management. The ratings are based on InterVarsity’s low fundraising expenses and program stability.