Financial Accountability

Union Gospel Mission Twin Cities is committed to financial accountability, transparency and stewardship.

Your contributions and financial support make the ministry of Union Gospel Mission Twin Cities (UGMTC) possible. When we work together, hungry people are fed, people experiencing homelessness are sheltered, and hurting people are given the tools to change their lives.

Most important, everyone who comes to us encounters the Good News of God’s love—7 days a week, 365 days a year.

Our Commitment to Accountability and Transparency

UGMTC is a Christian 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, offering hope to those experiencing homelessness, poverty and addiction in our community.
Our open-book policy means that all our financial information is available for review. With the majority of our support coming from the general public, your trust is honored.
We make the following financial documents available for download and review online:





Our federal Tax Identification Number is 41-0705847. We are a member in good standing with the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA). We also subject ourselves annually to an internal audit. You can trust that your donations are handled with care. We do not sell or share our mailing list.

Our Commitment to Good Stewardship

Gift acceptance policies and guidelines

The following gift acceptance policies and guidelines are approved by The Board of Directors at UGMTC:

Union Gospel Mission Twin Cities will accept unrestricted gifts, and gifts for specific programs and purposes, provided that such gifts are not inconsistent with its stated mission, purposes and priorities. Union Gospel Mission Twin Cities may choose not to accept certain gifts for several reasons, including that the gift is too restrictive in purpose or difficult to administer, or gifts are for purposes outside the mission of Union Gospel Mission Twin Cities. The Gift Acceptance Committee of Union Gospel Mission Twin Cities shall make all final decisions on the restrictive nature of a gift, and its acceptance or refusal.
The purpose of these policies and guidelines is as follows:

  1. To protect the interests of the donor and of Union Gospel Mission Twin Cities.
  2. To make certain all gifts to Union Gospel Mission Twin Cities are structured to provide maximum benefits to the donor and to Union Gospel Mission Twin Cities.
  3. To encourage interested donors to make gifts without encumbering their own or Union Gospel Mission Twin Cities’ financial or other resources.
  4. To optimize opportunities to secure gifts for Union Gospel Mission Twin Cities without compromising or endangering the reputation of Union Gospel Mission Twin Cities.