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FINANCIALS

Illinois Department of Child and Family Services $8,046,172 • 76% Illinois Department of Human Services $981,740 • 9% Illinois State Board of Education $309,682 • 3% Trusts and Investment $339,452 • 3% Contributions from Churches and Individual Donors $178,272 • 2% Other Contributions and Revenue $168,381 • 2% Bequests $101,296 • 1%

FY 2014 REVENUE

Federal $92,557 • 1%

$10,562,110

Illinois Department of Public Health $87,279 • 1% In-Kind Donations $86,688 • 1% Special Events $54,391 • 1% International Institute of St. Louis $48,035 Rental Revenue $28,165 Illinois South Conference (UCC) $20,000 FDC Foundation $20,000 Hoyleton would like to recognize the following organizations for their contributions of $10,000 and under: Deaconess Foundation, Poshard Foundation for Abused Children, St. Louis Christmas Carolers Association, Suburban Journals/Old Newsboys, Stupp Foundation, Lutheran Foundation of St. Louis, and The Immigration Project/New Americans Initiative.

FY 2014 EXPENSES

WE FOCUS ON FINANCIAL SUSTAINABILITY

Residential $4,696,688 • 43% Child Welfare $3,107,370 • 29% Administrative Costs $1,351,826 • 13% Behavioral Health $523,533 • 5% Prevention $484,336 • 4% Fundraising $457,916 • 4% Puentes de Esperanza $176,328 • 2%

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Annual Report: Shine On • 2014

$10,797,997

• In FY2014 Hoyleton experienced program expansion to meet the needs of the communities we serve resulting in short term losses in those programs. Hoyleton served 24 programs in FY2014, increasing from the 21 programs served in FY2013. • Historically Hoyleton’s revenue has exceeded expenses leaving a surplus that equips the agency to undertake new programs to accomplish our mission. Hoyleton’s revenue seen a growth of 3.5% in FY2014. • Hoyleton had cash and investment balances totaling $1,607,186 at the end of FY2014 and $1,593,218 FY2013 year end and has a current ratio of 1.6 demonstrating the agency’s ability to sustain short term operating deficits

2014 annual report  
2014 annual report  
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