Annual Report & Financials

The International Rhino Foundation is a nonprofit, tax-exempt charitable organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the United States Internal Revenue Code. Donations to IRF are tax-deductible. More than 92% of our funds go directly to on-the-ground rhino conservation programs in Africa and Asia.

2015 Annual Report

For nearly 25 years, the International Rhino Foundation has protected and conserved rhinos in areas where they are most in need of attention and where our investments in conservation will have the greatest impact. Our core values of hard work, partnership, passion, and optimism are at the heart of everything we do.
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Individuals $791,766
Foundations & Nonprofits $415,531
Corporations $20,012
Zoos $1,031,262
Government Grants $97,037
IRF Store $20,384
Team Rhino $1,852
Total New Revenue $2,377,844
Salter Mitchell In-Kind Contribution 86,000
Interest Income $3.00
Total 2015 Revenue $2,463,847


African Rhino Conservation $475,926
Zimbabwe Black Rhino Conservation $266,786
Zimbabwe Black Rhino Special Projects $75,580
Southern Africa Anti-Poaching $123,147
Botswana Black Rhino Translocations $8,757
Black Rhino Repatriation $1,656
Indian Rhino Conservation $30,371
Indian Rhino Vision 2020 $30,371
Sumatran & Javan Rhino Conservation $1,085,484
Sumatran Rhino Conservation $838,052
Javan Rhino Conservation $247,432
Conservation Research $110,023
Technical Advisors $79,322
Scholarships $22,951
Administration & Funding $293,143
Total 2015 Expenses $2,140,546
Please take a minute to review our financial statements for more detail. Click here to see IRF's 2016 990 Form and 2016 Audited Financial Statement  
Past Financial Statements:
Guidestar IRF's financial and administrative performance receives a Silver rating from Guidestar. Click here to see what they have to say about us.
Charity Navigator IRF's strong performance is recognized by Charity Navigator, on par with many larger non-profits. Click here to see our scores on transparency and financial efficiency.
Independent Charities of America The Independent Charities Seal of Excellence is awarded to charities that have, upon rigorous independent review, been able to certify, document, and demonstrate on an annual basis that they meet the highest standards of public accountability, program effectiveness, and cost effectiveness.