Intact America fulfills its mission by challenging social and sexual norms and by advocating for the health and wellbeing of all children and the adults they will become.
We do this through creative messaging, advocacy, education, public policy reform, and the empowerment of our supporters, partners and volunteers. You can read our Statement of Principles.”
Year Founded 2006
Year Incorporated 2006
Year Granted Tax-Exempt Status 2008
Executive Director Georgeanne Chapin
Board of Directors
Anne Nolon, Chairperson
Lindsay Farrell, Secretary/Treasurer
Revenue $ 285,971
Expenses $ 448,190
Compensation Paid to Executive Director $ 0
Assets $ -362,862
Donations, Expenses, and Assets
Reported donations to Intact America were $285,971 in 2017 and expenses were $448,190.
Statements of Activities by Program for 2017
Expenses reported for Intact America in 2017 included $199,400 on management service fees and $149,833 on consulting and contracted services.
IRS 990 Tax Returns
Guide-to-Giving Survey Results
Notes and Analysis
Intact America is a service program that is wholly owned and operated by the Hudson Center for Health Equity and Quality, Inc. (HCHEQ).
Guide To Giving Analysis
• Over $3.3 million has been donated to, and spent by, Intact America since its founding in 2008.
• Georganne Chapin, President, reports no compensation from the organization or related organizations for work averaging 40 hours per week. See 2017 Form 990 Part VII, "Compensation of Officers".
• Expenses reported for Intact America in 2017 included $199,400 on management service fees and $149,833 on consulting and contracted services.
• Expense deficits were $162,219 in 2017, $168,272 in 2016 and $103,601 in 2015.