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ICEJ USA Financial Statements

IRS Form 990 and Audited Statements

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Annual IRS Form 990 Return

As a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit, the ICEJ USA is required to file a Form 990 return to the IRS on an annual basis.

 

Download the ICEJ USA's most recent Form 990 return (pdf) ›


Annual Audited Financial Statements

The ICEJ USA also uses an independent accounting firm to audit the financial statements of the organization on an annual basis.

 

Download the ICEJ USA's most recent audited financial statements (pdf) ›

 

Previous returns are available upon request. Contact us


Financial Accountability

The ICEJ USA is a member of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability.

 

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The ICEJ USA has a three-star rating on Charity Navigator.

 

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Upcoming Events

ICEJ Events

Teaching truth, celebrating God’s faithfulness

The ICEJ is probably best known for annually hosting the Christian celebration of the Feast of Tabernacles - a multicultural event that draws thousands of pilgrims to Jerusalem for teaching, worship and prayer.

In addition, ICEJ speakers undertake teaching tours, seminars, and conferences across the globe.

The ICEJ is committed to telling the truth about Israel, and helping the church to understand the wonderful faithfulness of God through the fulfillment of His promises to the Jewish people.


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