Community Accountability

We're an open book.

HUMANITE is accountable to the local communities we serve and the common good of society as a whole.

We welcome your feedback and make every effort to get you the information you're loooking for.
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HUMANITE upholds all local and international laws, abides by U.N. conventions, and works to increase the standards of care across our industry.

HUMANITE Inc.'s 501(c)3 Board of Directors comprises experienced and proven entrepreneurs, humanitarians, and governors.

From what staff work on to how tensions get resolved, HUMANITE has removed useless hierarchy. Built on the principles of holacracy, HUMANITE operates in circles of shared responsibility.

What is Holacracy? ▸


HUMANITE is 100% committed to transparency in fundraising, spending, and revenue-sharing across the collective. HUMANITE fellows (member organizations) review the collective's finances quarterly. Annual finances are audited by third-party experts.

We do not generally exclude donors or donations on ideological bases, though we are aware of this increasing trend elsewhere. Because we exist to unite humans, we generally seek engagement over exclusion.

Our internal policies are also public so that all stakeholders know how everything works ahead of time.


Sometimes we fail.

We've hurt feelings. We've been swindled. Accidentally delivered spoiled food. We've even publicly reported the wrong location and people served. Honest mistakes, but mistakes nonetheless.

But when we mess up, we fess up, set the record straight, and seek to make ammends.