Frequently Asked Questions
When was the Invictus Foundation incorporated?
June 4, 2010
In what State was the Invictus Foundation incorporated?
Nevada. For confirmation of Good Standing, please click the following link and type in Invictus Foundation: NVSOS
How many years has the Invictus Foundation been operating?
The development of the Invictus Foundation began in March of 2010.
Is the Invictus Foundation registered with the IRS as a non-profit, charitable organization?
Yes. The Invictus Foundation has received its approval letter from the IRS as a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit, charitable organization and all donations are tax-deductible.
How can I verify that the Invictus Foundation is registered as a non-profit, charitable organization with the IRS?
The Foundation’s charitable status can be verified by clicking on the following hyperlink: EO Select Check
Will the Invictus Foundation post its annual Return of Organization Exempt From Income Tax (Form 990) on its Site?
Yes. We will post our 990 via a link on our Site to Guide Star that requires an annual updated 990 be submitted to them.
Will the Invictus Foundation share its mailing lists with other organizations?
Has there been any study conducted by an authoritative research group on the need for these services?
Yes. The Rand Research Group published a ground breaking study in 2008 entitled, “The Invisible Wounds of War.”
Will I receive timely documentation on my donation for my financial records?
Yes. The Invictus Foundation has email, fax and U.S. Mail capability to return to the donor a record of their donation to the foundation.
I thought Veterans could get behavioral health care services at any Veterans Administration Facility?
To a degree this is true. The VA uses a tiered system when determining eligibility which allows them to better manage service capacity across the VA Health Care System, but capacity differs across this system. There are at least 10 states in which the veteran population is medically underserved, including the VA Health Care System.
What percentage of every dollar donated will go into the building and operation of the Welcome Home Networks and the Invictus Foundation's Centers?
The goal of the Invictus Foundation is to have 92 cents of every donated dollar going into the construction and operation of the Welcome Home Networks and centers.
Does the Invictus Foundation belong to an oversight body that governs best practices for charitable organizations?
Yes. The Invictus Foundation belongs to the National Council of Nonprofits. For a more detailed review of the National Council of Nonprofits, please visit their website.
Does the Invictus Foundation submit to a review by an outside independent rating organization for determination of the Foundation’s effectiveness as a charitable fund raising organization?
Yes. The Invictus Foundation is a premium member of GuideStar. We adhere to GuideStar’s methodology in operating the Invictus Foundation. GuideStar’s website can be found at www.guidestar.org for a more detailed explanation of their methodology.
What is the average behavioral health benefit for outpatient services?
Twenty visits per year, with an annual cost cap of approximately $1,500 dollars.
Is there a financial prospectus detailing the construction and operating costs of each Invictus Foundation Center?
Yes. It is available upon request.