Kroc Center Hawaii: Impact Report 2019-2020

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Giving hope, inside and out.



Our vision is to be a community center where families, individuals, and relationships thrive—all in the name of Jesus.

As we re-examine our future, we embrace the dream of our benefactor, Joan Kroc, and will continue to provide a safe gathering place with facilities and trained professionals who help to nurture children’s social skills,

Aloha from our Leadership

arts appreciation, and athletic potential. We remain committed to our responsibility to be a beacon of light and hope in the community. We will work tirelessly to provide programs that strengthen the physical, emotional, and spiritual wellness of our most vulnerable community residents as they actively recover from this pandemic.

Now more than ever, giving hope is crucial. The Salvation Army Kroc Center Hawaii remains committed to preaching the gospel of Jesus Christ and meeting human needs, in his name, without discrimination. It has long been our vision to be a community center where families, individuals, and relationships thrive in the name of Jesus, and though that vision remains, this year, we took the opportunity to expand that vision beyond our community center walls.

Since 2012, The Salvation Army Kroc Center Hawaii has served 331,878 members, provided program services to 386,400 community members, and awarded $1,181,652 in scholarships. And we are just getting started. As we embark on what could be a most challenging year, we remain grounded in the reputation, trust, and credibility of The Salvation Army which is well known for its continuing efforts of doing the most good. What hasn’t changed is our dedication to people. We remain

Our strategic plan for fiscal year 2020 was to focus

steadfast in being conduits of God’s provisions to

on mission integration in every aspect of our center’s

build a thriving community here at the Kroc Center and

programs and services, to increase our revenue, to

throughout Central and West Oahu. Community and

inspire our team members and elevate employee

life transformation like this will not happen without the

engagement, and to expand community impact and

generosity of supporters like you. Thank you for your

capture life transformation stories. The onset of

meaningful support to restore the hope and joy of an

COVID-19 in March and the shutdown of our regular

abundant life ahead.

operations provided us with an opportunity to do exceedingly more than we had planned. We were forced to quickly pivot and identify our community needs, rapidly innovate ways to meet those needs and increase our capacity to do so with limited human and financial resources.

Together we will continue Giving Hope, Inside and Out.

Blessings,

Majors Phil & Debbie Lum Administrator & Corps Officers

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SOME PHOTOS TAKEN PRE-COVID ERA AND MAY NOT REFLECT KROC’S CURRENT HEALTH & SAFETY PRACTICES.

INSIDE OUR WALLS.

6,086 INDIVIDUALS

11,343 MEMBERS OF KROC CENTER HAWAII PRIOR TO COVID-19

CONTINUE TO THRIVE AS KROC CENTER HAWAII MEMBERS

WITH

TOTAL 12 SINGLE MOMS 30 CHILDREN

RECEIVED LIFE DIRECTION, ENCOURAGEMENT, AND SPIRITUAL NOURISHMENT THROUGH A MONTHLY SUPPORT GROUP

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LIFE ENRICHMENT CLASSES

HELPED TO IMPROVE THE LIVES OF

1,373 PARTICIPANTS

These classes and support groups aimed to improve physical, financial, emotional, mental, social, and overall well-being. Topics covered included: family game night, parenting and marriage support, vision boarding, nutrition, cooking, senior activities & more.

7,178

CLASSES (ARTS, EDUCATION, AQUATICS, ATHLETICS, GROUP EXERCISE) TAUGHT TO

1,045 KEIKI, ADULT & KUPUNA PARTICIPANTS

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110

15,891

TAUGHT AND CARED FOR DAILY AT KROC KEIKI LEARNING CENTER

ATTENDED KROC CHURCH WORSHIP SERVICES

KEIKI

COMMUNITY MEMBERS


Combined

$200,000+ AWARDED IN SCHOLARSHIPS

$70K PROGRAM SCHOLARSHIPS

$79K

MEMBERSHIP SCHOLARSHIPS

$52K

Scholarship recipients have enriched their lives by participating in visual arts, homeschool, day camp, sports clinics and teams, swim lessons, and creative arts programming.

Kroc membership scholarship recipients improve their overall health and wellness in our fitness centers and group exercise classes; swimming in our lap pools and family water-play area; and much more.

IN CARES ACT FUNDS AWARDED TO

*

*

PRESCHOOL SCHOLARSHIPS

59 KKLC STUDENTS

People [at Kroc] genuinely care about me. They call me by name and are really interested in how I am doing through all of life’s ups and downs. They give me a sense of belonging. KROC CENTER HAWAII MEMBER SINCE 2014

*NUMBERS ROUNDED UP

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OUTSIDE OUR WALLS

100

PEOPLE SERVED* IN

CRISIS CARE

MANAGEMENT *Individuals served experiencing homelessness, divorce, domestic violence, addiction, grief or financial crises, and were connected to appropriate resources that support and provide holistic crisis care.

BACK-TO-SCHOOL ESSENTIALS GIVEN TO

160 CHILDREN

104,623 PREPARED MEALS

PROVIDED TO KUPUNA, FAMILIES, AND INDIVIDUALS IN NEED DURING OUR RESPONSE TO THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

5,805

KEIKI & KUPUNA GIVEN CHRISTMAS CHEER AND GIFTS

THROUGH OUR ANGEL TREE PROGRAM

565 KUPUNA

PROVIDED WITH TRANSPORTATION SERVICES Kupuna were transported to medical appointments, worship service at Kroc Church, and to run daily errands.

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398

HOUSELESS FRIENDS MET WITH, CARED FOR, AND GIVEN FOOD & NECESSARY SUPPLIES

912

RESIDENTS

VISITED AND PRAYED FOR IN

SHELTERS, PRISONS, AND SENIOR HOMES

HOUSELESS FRIEND ON THE IMPACT OF THE KROC CHURCH HOMELESS OUTREACH TEAM

“ I love the people that come out through The Salvation Army. They’ve helped out a lot with bandaids, medicine, and moral support. They make life a lot easier out here being homeless. I appreciate it, appreciate that the Lord sent them to me.

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Financial Snapshot

100%

*

OF DONATIONS

STAY LOCAL

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DO

Income

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ON

PR

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TO SERVE PEOPLE IN CENTRAL & WEST OAHU

REN

24%

24%

DONATIONS $2,273,000 RAY & JOAN KROC ENDOWMENT

$9.5M

MEMBERSHIP DUES $2,391,000 ME

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27%

M

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ME

25%

B

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$2,559,000

EN

IP

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RENTALS • PROGRAMS • MISC. SALES

$2,314,000

TOTAL INCOME $9,537,000

Expense DEVE

LOPMENT

N

TRA TI O

ADMINIS

PROGRAMMING COSTS $6,473,000

1%

74% INTERNAL

36%

26% EXTERNAL (EDS, SCHOLARSHIPS)

$10.2M

ADMINISTRATION & SUPPORT SERVICES 63%

$3,718,000

IN

G

DEVELOPMENT $55,000

PRO

GR

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TOTAL EXPENSE $10,246,000 DEFICIT ($709,000) The year’s deficit due to impact of COVID-19 = lower membership and program participants, while upkeep, utilities, and personnel expenses are still required. Oct ‘19–Mar ‘20 = income surplus of $108,000. Apr–Sept ‘20 = income deficit of $817,000.

PO

OLS

Daily Operations Expense (Annual)

WATER /S

EW

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10% 20%

ELECTRICITY $636,000

$906K 70%

T ELEC

RI C

ITY

POOL CHEMICALS $87,000 WATER/SEWER $183,000 TOTAL ANNUAL OPS EXPENSE

$906,000

*NUMBERS SUBJECT TO AUDIT.

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What a blessing it has been to support our community by donating our time, talents and treasure [to Kroc Center Hawaii]. We look forward to more blessings our God will provide to benefit those who need our help, in the name of Jesus Christ. Love to you for all the work you are doing. KROC CENTER HAWAII DONOR SINCE 2020

To the individuals, organizations, and community partners who advance The Salvation Army Kroc Center Hawaii’s work in West and Central Oahu:

mahalo nui loa. Your support can change lives. For more info on how you can contribute, contact our Community Relations Team:

info@kroccenterhawaii.org (808) 693-8382

The Salvation Army Ray & Joan Kroc Corps Community Center 91-3257 Kualaka’i Parkway Ewa Beach, HI 96706

@kroccenterhi Main: (808) 682-5505 WWW.KROCCENTERHAWAII.ORG