Army Emergency Relief
2530 Crystal Drive 13th Fl
Top Leadership Pay:
CEO LTG Raymond Mason, USA, $246,768
Based on its 2019 tax return, the net assets of Army Emergency Relief equal 12 times its $28.5 million budget. This may be an indication that the group is spending too little of its donations on programs. We recommend net assets exceed no more than 3 years of the group’s annual budget.
Furthermore, the 2019 tax return of Army Emergency Relief showed $88,261,006 of the group’s money outside the United States. Of this total, $87,203,352 (or 98.8 percent) was listed in offshore investments in Central America and the Caribbean, East Asia and the Pacific, and Europe (Including Iceland and Greenland). Another $312,997 was listed as invested in North America, but not the United States.
We do not recommend giving to Army Emergency Relief. See our lists of Highly Recommended Charities and Recommended Charities for alternatives.
Army Emergency Relief (AER) provides emergency financial assistance to active or retired soldiers and their dependents.