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.
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.
Army Emergency Relief (AER) provides emergency financial assistance to active or retired soldiers and their dependents.