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PCC Receives National Accreditation with the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability

Posted on Monday, November 11th, 2019

PCC’s Commitment to Financial Accountability

PCC is committed to the highest standards of financial accountability, transparency and ethics in fundraising. We want to ensure that every dollar you donate is stewarded wisely towards our mission of saving lives and strengthening families. The ECFA accreditation is a recognition of our achievement of these financial and fundraising goals.

What is ECFA?

Founded in 1979, ECFA is comprised of over 1,700 evangelical Christian organizations, which qualify for tax-exempt, nonprofit status and receive tax-deductible contributions to support their work. ECFA’s steadfast purpose is to articulate, maintain, manifest, and enforce a code of financial accountability, ethics, and reporting which is consistent with enlightened and responsible Christian faith and practice.

Learn More From PCC’s ECFA Profile

How ECFA Determines Accreditation

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