Our commitment to results

We encourage you to read our Annual Report and Financial Statements to see the impact of our work. All DSUSA’s financial statements are audited by a certified, independent auditor every year. If you would like more information or have any questions, please contact us.

Annual 2016 Impact Report

Financial Statements and Supplemental Material

Prior Year Financials
2013 Financial Statements and Supplemental Material
2012 Financial Statements and Supplemental Material
2011 Financial Statements and Supplemental Material
2010 Financial Statements and Supplemental Material

Our commitment to efficiency

Disabled Sports USA (DSUSA) has a 49-year track record for accomplishing ambitious goals by managing programs efficiently. This year, DSUSA achieved an overall, combined administrative and fundraising expense rate of 11.7%, a fraction of the amount deemed outstanding by Charity Navigator and the American public.

DSUSA undergoes multiple financial and compliance audits each year and consistently receives unqualified reports. DSUSA is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization and donations are 100% tax-deductible as allowed by law.

Our commitment to transparency

Being financially responsible means having nothing to hide. Our level of transparency and accountability exceeds industry standards. GuideStar has awarded Disabled Sports USA its Gold Seal, their highest rating for nonprofit transparency.

The power of adaptive sports

Research has since confirmed the power that sports can have for people with disabilities. A Harris Interactive research study of more than 1,000 adults with disabilities showed that those participating in Disabled Sports USA adaptive sports programs had higher employment rates, were happier and enjoyed higher socialization than those not participating in adaptive sports.

Be employed (52% vs. 33%)
Be more physically active (64% vs. 30%)
Lead a healthy lifestyle (52% vs. 25%)
Lead a fulfilling life (72% vs. 46%)
Enjoy socializing more (80% vs. 70%)
Look forward to the rest of their life (81% vs. 61%)
See all of the results by clicking the survey below.