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Program and Financial Results (Fiscal year ended 6/30/2011) Program Results I t al provided 6,708 tutoring sessions l ad tutored 415 school-aged homeless children ds u utilized 414 community volunteers p distributed 2,175 articles of clothing for school uniforms and 320 backpacks filled with school supplies ▼ ▼ ▼ ▼

Parents say… ▼ 100% said they liked having their child tutored by School on Wheels. ▼ 100% said their child was getting his/her homework done. ▼ 82% saw improvement in their child’s grades and homework. ▼ 88% saw improvement in their child’s attitude towards school. ▼ 88% saw improvement in their child’s behavior. ▼ 82% saw improvement in their child’s confidence.

Financial Results

Students say… ▼ 96% said tutors help them learn. ▼ 93% said it’s easier to do their homework when tutors help them. ▼ 89% said they like coming to tutoring. ▼ 89% said they try harder when tutors help them. ▼ 82% said they like school better when they get help with homework.

y e v ur

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Despite being homeless, 72% of School on Wheels students maintained or improved their grades.

s y sa

less than 1%

Revenue Foundation Grants Individual Contributions In-kind Contributions Corporate Contributions Government Grants Interest Income Total Expenses Programming Fundraising Administration Total

18% $338,729 148,193 132,589 80,211 27,940 1,122 $728,784

4% 11% 47%

11% $489,389 149,488 83,233 $722,110

Financial results were reviewed by an independent CPA firm.

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47% 20% 18% 11% 4% less than 1% 100%

20%

68% 21% 11% 100%

21% 68%

School on Wheels 2010-2011 Annual Report  

School on Wheels is a not-for-profit organization that offers educational tutoring and mentoring to homeless children in Indianapolis. Our...

School on Wheels 2010-2011 Annual Report  

School on Wheels is a not-for-profit organization that offers educational tutoring and mentoring to homeless children in Indianapolis. Our...

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