Casualty recording organisations should publish information about their sources of funding. Information on funders should be transparent, made publicly available (preferably on the organisation's website) and updated regularly.
Different levels of transparency can be implemented depending on what limitations weigh on casualty recorders. In some cases, funders might require anonymity, or be too many to list them all – in the case of crowdfunding for example. In this case casualty recorders may prefer to indicate the type of sources of funding which allow them to practice – for example: government funding, private donations, consultancy fees, etc. If a casualty recorder engages in an activity that will generate profit at any point in their activity they should be transparent about that too.
Standards for Casualty Recording, 2016, p. 15