Code of Ethics
The Pew Charitable Trusts holds itself to the highest standards of integrity, transparency and effectiveness. We have established policies to guide Pew’s activities, including a conflict of interest policy for our board and employees and a code of ethics. Employees of Pew are obliged to report any possible violations of these policies to ensure that Pew maintains its uncompromising standards in its mission to serve the public interest. View our code of ethics.
In accordance with Pew’s policy and to satisfy the disclosure requirements of the Internal Revenue Service, Pew makes available its most recently filed annual information return (IRS Form 990) and its application for tax exemption (IRS Form 1023). Please click below for Pew’s most recently filed annual information return:
Also, view a copy of Pew’s application for tax exemption: Form 1023.
Copies of the three most recently filed annual information returns and Pew’s application for tax exemption may also be inspected during regular business hours at our offices in Philadelphia.
For further questions about Pew’s Form 990 or Form 1023, please contact:
The Pew Charitable Trusts
901 E Street NW
Washington, DC 20004-2008
e-mail: [email protected]
Our audited financial statements for the fiscal year ending June 2021.
Charitable Solicitation Disclosure
The Pew Charitable Trusts registers in each state in which it fund-raises to the extent required by law. View List of Charitable Solicitation Disclosure Statements.
Transparency in Coverage Rule
This link leads to the machine readable files that are made available in response to the federal Transparency in Coverage Rule and includes negotiated service rates and out-of-network allowed amounts between health plans and healthcare providers. The machine-readable files are formatted to allow researchers, regulators, and application developers to more easily access and analyze data.