U.S. Pain Foundation prides itself on being transparent. That’s why we make our list of donors and tax return information publicly available each year.

When it comes to funding, we hold ourselves to the highest standards. The funding we accept is always carefully vetted to ensure all legal standards are met and then allocated to maximize our impact. As an organization made up of people with pain, we are incredibly careful of how we use our resources in order to create the most good. Every decision we make is made with pain warriors in mind; every action we take supports our mission of empowering, educating, connecting, and advocating for people with pain. While we are grateful to our donors for their generosity, the source of a financial contribution will never influence our commitment to that mission.

To learn how U.S. Pain Foundation allots its funds, simply view our past 990 tax return. We welcome you to email us if you ever have any questions about what we do or how we utilize our funding.

2016 990 Tax Return – coming soon

Corporate Members

U.S. Pain Foundation would like to thank our corporate sponsors for supporting the needs of people with pain.

Private Donors

U.S. Pain Foundation is extremely appreciative of every donation made to the organization. Thank you for recognizing the the challenges those with pain regularly endure, and supporting our efforts to help people with pain. 

2017 list of private donors

Charitable Standings

For more information regarding U.S. Pain’s charitable standings, please visit the below sites. These groups aim to provide as much information as possible regarding the mission, legitimacy, impact, reputation, finances, programs, transparency and governance of nonprofits to the public.

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