Accountability & Financials

CSC follows the highest standards in governance, ethical practices, donor relations and financial responsibility. This section demonstrates our willingness to make available critical data about our agency.

CSC’s revenue from operations for the 12-months ended December 31, 2022 was $11.4 million, of which $4.7 million was earned from program fee-for-service and retail sales, $5.5 million was generated from CSC’s endowment and trusts and $1.2 million in donor contributions. 82% of CSC’s expenses (high among the national average) are directly related programs and services to clients.

Cleveland Sight Center’s endowment has grown because of the foresight of generous donors. This permanent source of funding, along with CSC’s philanthropic beneficial trusts, provides less than half the annual operating budget. While substantial, CSC continually reaches out for help in either growing the endowment for the future or in support of current operations to further services to clients.

Audited Financials and IRS Form 990

Listed below are the most recent audited financial statements and Forms 990 filed with the Internal Revenue Service. For any questions regarding CSC's audited financial statements or Form 990, please contact Kevin Krencisz, Executive Vice President, at 216-791-8118.

Annual Report and Honor Roll of Donors and Volunteers

CSC offers unique and innovative programs and services each year. Learn more about the developments and achievements of CSC over the past year in the latest Annual Report.

Donor Privacy Policy

CSC's Donor Privacy Policy outlines our commitment and responsibility to donors. It describes issues such as donor privacy and record retention. View the donor policy

HIPAA Privacy Notice

CSC is dedicated to protecting the privacy of health information. All details associated with the confidentiality and availability of personal information are outlined in the HIPAA Privacy Notice

Disclaimer to Better Business Bureau Standard 10

Cleveland Sight Center spends less that three times of the past year's expenses because part of its unrestricted net asset balance includes a quasi-endowment, which was created in 1920 and has grown through estate and bequest contributions. The quasi-endowment is designated by the board to provide sustainable operating cash forever. The board's spending policy does not allow the organization to spend more than 5% of the balance annually.