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Financials - To view our complete 2016-2017 audited financial statements, please visit www.jlcharlotte.org. 10%

REVENUE

$913,129 $990,412

19%

EXPENSES

71%

MANAGEMENT & GENERAL PROGRAM SERVICES FUNDRAISING

These numbers reflect the 2016-2017 audited financial statements of The Junior League of Charlotte, Inc. which comprise the financial position as of May 31, 2017, and the related statements of activities, functional expenses and cash flows for the year. The JLC’s financial statements were prepared using the accrual basis of accounting. All significant receivables, payables and other liabilities are reflected. The JLC is tax exempt under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.

JLC Cornerstone Project at Reid Park Academy – June 2013 – May 2018 The JLC Cornerstone Project at Reid Park Academy began with a partnership with the Council for Children’s Rights and numerous agencies to support the most vulnerable families at Reid Park Academy by providing a collaborative system of care with comprehensive and accessible support services. Since 2013, the JLC has provided over $300,000 to support the JLC Cornerstone Project at Reid Park Academy and will continue to provide additional financial investments in the replication of the system of care model. In addition to the financial commitment, the JLC will provide up to $500,000 worth of volunteer time to the JLC Cornerstone Project at Reid Park Academy over a fiveyear period from 2013 to 2018.

JLC Board of Directors 2016-2017 President

Shannon Vandiver

President-Elect (PE)

Arina Kirk

Sustaining Advisor

Bev Kothe

Nominating Chair

Malone Lockaby

Chief Financial Officer

Beth Gregg

Board of Director (BOD) Secretary

Caitlin Helgeson

Board of Director Members at Large: Kimberly Best-Staton Susan Branch Tonya Bruce Christina Gratrix

Training and Education The Junior League of Charlotte, Inc. provides diverse opportunities to its membership and the community for training and personal development with programs such as Get on Board, the Leadership Development Institute, the Mentor Program and the Public Policy Institute and with training workshops focused on a variety of professional, career, leadership, health and personal growth topics.

Advocacy In addition to its direct community service, the JLC engages in advocacy related to its Healthy Family Initiative at the local, state and national level. The JLC’s Advocacy and Public Awareness Committee, in partnership with the its Public Policy Institute, provides educational workshops to members on issues important to the Healthy Family Initiative and shares ways JLC members and community stakeholders can advocate to make an impact. Each spring the JLC hosts the annual Public Officials Breakfast attended by city, county, state and federal elected officials including representatives from the Charlotte City Council, the Mecklenburg County Commission, the CharlotteMecklenburg School Board, the North Carolina State Legislature, the United States Congress, the U.S. Attorney’s Office, the Mecklenburg County Sherriff’s Office, the Mecklenburg County District Attorney’s Office and the Mecklenburg County Courts.

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Destiny Jenkins Helen King Kellie Lofton Molly Ward

JLC Management Team 2016-2017 President-Elect (PE)

Arina Kirk

Vice President of Finance

Kamila McDonnough

Communications Manager

Mary Boulware

Community Impact Manager

Jamie Mills

Education & Training Manager

Ashley Soublet

Human Resource Council Manager

Jessica Walker

Fund Development Manager

Kate Stewart

Risk Manager

Tricia Magee

Management Team Secretary

Emily Reichs

Nominating Vice Chair

Charlitta Hatch

WearHouse Chair

Jacquie Baker

Sustaining Advisor

Katherine Fuller

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The Crier Spring 2018  

The CRIER is the official publication of The Junior League of Charlotte, Inc. (JLC). Click here to read about how JLC volunteers are making...

The Crier Spring 2018  

The CRIER is the official publication of The Junior League of Charlotte, Inc. (JLC). Click here to read about how JLC volunteers are making...