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I.M.P.A.C.T.S. PROGRAMS (FORMERLY HOUSING PROGRAMS)

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INDIVIDUALS RECEIVED SUPPORT IN OUR EMPLOYMENT & EDUCATION PROGRAMS, INCLUDING THE WORK THERAPY JOB TRAINING PROGRAM

60

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MEN AND WOMEN RECUPERATED FROM ILLNESS OR INJURY IN THE ORR COMPASSIONATE CARE CENTER

FAMILIES FOUND PERMANENT HOUSING IN F.A.I.T.H. (FAMILIES ACHIEVING INDEPENDENCE THROUGH HOUSING)

310

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MEN AND, FOR THE FIRST TIME, WOMEN RECEIVED OVERNIGHT SHELTER, FOOD, AND SUPPORT IN THE EMERGENCY SHELTER

MEN LIVED IN THE SAFE HAVEN HOUSE, FOR CHRONICALLY HOMELESS MEN FACING MENTAL CHALLENGES

CHILDREN & YOUTH PROGRAMS 228 150 195 YOUTH PARTICIPATED IN OUR INTENSIVE P.H.Y.S.E.D (POINTS OF HEALTHY YOUTH SUSTAINABILITY, ENGAGEMENT, AND DEVELOPMENT) PROGRAM, WHICH REACHES OUT TO SOME OF OUR MOST AT-RISK YOUTH.

PLAYERS PARTICIPATED IN THE HOOP-IT-UP BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT, LEARNING ABOUT HEALTHY COMPETITION AND HEALTHY LIFESTYLES

ADULTS RECEIVED RENT SUPPORT AND ADDICTION RECOVERY SUPPORT IN THE PENNFREE HOUSING PROGRAM

MEN TRANSITIONED FROM HOMELESSNESS TOWARD INDEPENDENCE IN THE BRIDGE HOUSING PROGRAM

2014 FINANCIALS* Revenue

In-Kind $339,283

YOUTH, AGES 5-16, ENJOYED FIVE WEEKS OF FUN ACTIVITIES IN OUR 2013 SUMMER DAY CAMP

Government $1,332,005 Foundations $1,019,074 Individuals $689,461 Corporate & Community $29,050 Congregations $168,528

HUNGER PROGRAMS 23,337 30,313 738 MEALS WERE SERVED IN THE COMMUNITY KITCHEN

MEN AND WOMEN WERE ACCEPTED TO OUR NEW SHORT-STAY TRANSITIONAL HOUSING PROGRAM

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MEALS WERE DELIVERED BY VOLUNTEERS TO HOMEBOUND EAST END RESIDENTS

Program Revenue $368,282

Expenses

FAMILIES RECEIVED EMERGENCY GROCERIES AND OTHER ASSISTANCE IN THE FOOD PANTRY

Hunger $719,567 I.M.P.A.C.T.S. $1,818,546 Children & Youth $962,942 Administration & Fundraising** $536,822

A YEAR AT EECM

2013

** INCLUDES CAPITAL CAMPAIGN EXPENSES

Opening Celebrations are held at the newly-completed Community House

Summer Day Camp welcomes 195 youth ages 5-16

JUL

* UNAUDITED FINANCIALS JULY 1 2013-JUNE 30 2014

AUG

OCT

Reach Out to City Kids (ROCK) Campaign raises more than $17,000 for Summer Day Camp

Short-Stay Transitional Housing program begins Emergency Shelter is open to women for the first time in EECM history

NOV EECM debuts new logo

Work Therapy job training program EECM staff and begins services move into Community House

Have a Heart for Hunger Campaign raises more than $78,000 for EECM Hunger Programs

EECM debuts new website

DEC

JAN

721 adults and children received Christmas gifts thanks to our generous volunteers and donors

MAR 6th Annual Pancakes in the PM raises $6,000 for Hunger Programs!

Myrna Zelenitz concludes 18 years of service as Executive Director

Community Garden beds are built and planted

APR

JUN 8th Annual A Flavor of the East End is held at Community House and raises more than $67,000!

2014

Profile for East End Cooperative Ministry

2014 Annual Report  

2014 Annual Report  

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