UNITED WAY OF CENTRAL KENTUCKY
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CHANGING THE ODDS
THE VALUE OF UNITED WAY: $4.7 MILLION
69,000 clients served, including 11,956 veterans and 13,341 seniors
$1.2 Million annual workplace campaign total
volunteer opportunities with over 4,500 hours served, at an estimated value of over
in donations and volunteer service leveraged by funded programs
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donated goods and services to reduce operating costs
leveraged in cash and donations by VISTAs
$38,554 saved on $312,500 in tax
prescription medications through the discount savings program
refunds and preparation savings redeemed for local families in our community
United Way of Central Kentucky leads the way as the regionâ€™s largest annual volunteer-led fundraising effort supported by over 4,000 donors. In 2016, United Way received 360 referral calls for assistance and continues to serve as a convener of change by creating solutions that help children succeed in school and keep families on track to self-sufficiency. In fact, every $1 invested in United Way of Central Kentucky has a $25 impact on our community.
Connecting our community for the common good.
2016 Board of Directors:
Community Investment Team:
Chairman of the Board: Scott Conway, Magnolia Bank Treasurer: Brandon Fogle, South Central Bank Community Investment Team Chair: Ray Springsteen, Fort Knox Federal Credit Union Secretary: Kendra Stewart-Scott, Lincoln Trail Behavioral Health Governance Chair: Trinity Searcy, Karbec Allison Baumgardner, The Cecilian Bank Andrea Pike-Goff, Meade County Schools Chris Ordway, The News-Enterprise Chris Reed, Hardin County Schools Doug Morgan, Akebono Grant Niebuhr, Altec Janice Worden, Dow Chemical Jon Ballard, Elizabethtown Independent Schools Kamma Flood, The Cecilian Bank Barry Anderson, Grayson County Schools (Retired) Mike Embry, Citizens Union Bank Nancy Tate, UPS Mary Jo King, Elizabethtown Community & Technical College Rita Williams, R.E. Williams Inc. Trena Floyd, WesBanco Dr. John Godfrey, Hardin Memorial Health
CIT Chair: Ray Springsteen, Fort Knox Federal Credit Union Alfreda Weedman, Elizabethtown Community & Technical College Brian Kerr, Kerr Office Group Brandi Bradford, Bluegrass Cellular Carla Thomas, LG & E/ KU Chris Galloway, Whitworth Tool Doug Morgan, Akebono Greg Rovinski, Hardin Memorial Health Melanie Raley, Meade County RECC Nancy Tate, UPS Rita Williams, R.E. Williams Inc. Scott Conway, Magnolia Bank Scott Guenther, AGC Sean Mason, Altec Sherry Whitman-Powers, Bluegrass Cellular Willie Cohns, Cohns & Associates Vanda White, Twin Lakes Regional Medical Center
Ex-Officio Members 2015 Board Chair: Brian Kerr, Kerr Office Group Agency Advisory Chair Gary Bohannon, Helping Hand of Hope
Serving Hardin, Breckinridge, Grayson, LaRue, and Meade Counties
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United Way Staff:
Megan Stith, President & CEO Dana Garrett, Vice President Christa Shouse, Office Manager Stephanie Hester, Director of Community Impact Katie Kurtz, Director of Development & Communications
Tim Garren, Homelessness & Housing Coalition Hannah Ryan, Marketing & Communications Kristen Ponton, Resource Development Ashley Tiemann, Community Engagement Alyssa Milliner, Financial Stability Annie Hamilton, 2-1-1 Implementation
Each individual in our community is self-sufficient in the areas of Education, : Financial Stability, Health & Basic Needs
COMMUNITY IMPACT EDUCATION
Prepare children, youth & young adults to succeed in school and life. Priority Focus Area: School Readiness Kindergarten readiness can be nurtured in every child with the understanding that the earliest years of childhood education are critical in establishing later success. Priority Focus Area: Supportive Relationships Having a mentor greatly increases a studentâ€™s potential for success. Together we are developing creative, effective mentoring opportunities to engage and empower youth.
Empower families to become financially stable by providing financial wellness classes and more opportunities for employment. Priority Focus Area: Workforce Development Individuals and families thrive when they have the training and skills needed to obtain and maintain employment or continuing education.
Ensure basic needs services are available to the most vulnerable in our community. Priority Focus Area: Meet the basic needs of those living in crisis Connecting our community with the services and assistance needed for stability and self-sufficiency. Priority Focus Area: Encourage safe and healthy lifestyles People are safe from violence, crime, emotional and physical abuse.
One in six individuals in our community, including one in four children, live in poverty. In order to reduce these numbers, we aspire to create a network of coordinated services that attack this complex issue from a variety of perspectives. United Way is there to help build a better community that provides opportunities for all. At its core, Community Impact harnesses the power of the entire community to create significant, sustainable improvements and thus it requires many community partners working together to solve complex problems. In order to have the most significant impact we will focus our efforts on achieving measurable change on key priorities in the areas of Education and Financial Stability, with the goal of reducing the demand for Health and Basic Needs services.
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Our community’s commitment to creating opportunities that help individuals and families achieve their greatest potential is living proof that each of us has the ability to make a difference. With investments from caring members of our community just like you, we are proud to share the impact our programs have with the following 2016 results: • • • • • • • •
908 children prepared for academic and social success in kindergarten. 176 children benefited from a safe place to go after school, where they receive help with homework and are engaged in physical activities. 137 clients experienced improved career growth. 95,072 meals provided to individuals and families to increase food security through USDA distributions and local food pantries. 762 clients who received emergency financial assistance with rent, utilities and temporary shelter were prevented from becoming homeless. 2,895 area students were provided supplemental food for weekends and breaks away from school. 350 domestic violence victims were given legal advocacy to protect them from their abusers. 198 children enrolled in preschool programs received hearing screens with the AuDX Screening Machine, the industry standard for testing optoacoustic emissions. The machine was purchased with grant funding by United Way of Central Kentucky. Of the 198 screened, 25% were referred for follow-up with a physician. 659 uninsured, economically disadvantaged individuals were given access to life saving health care services.
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1,219 community volunteers recruited by AmeriCorps VISTA members served 2,602 hours. $920,297 in cash and in-kind resources leveraged by AmeriCorps VISTA members. United Way of Central Kentucky’s Housing & Homelessness VISTA, Tim Garren, coordinated Hardin County’s first H-Count in July to better understand and account for the number of homeless living in our community. In collaboration with Feeding America, Kentucky’s Heartland, 3,450 pounds of fresh produce, milk and eggs were provided to 115 families struggling with housing instability, at a value of $6,440.
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2016-2017 FUNDED COMMUNITY PARTNERS • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •
American Red Cross: $10,000 Big Brothers Big Sisters of Kentuckiana: $50,000 Breckinridge County Schools’ Preschool Program: $9,000 Breckinridge-Grayson Programs: $5,060 CASA of the Heartland: $50,000 Central Kentucky Community Action: $13,000 Community Health Clinic: $91,031.48 Elizabethtown Independent Schools’ Panther Place After School Program: $30,000 Feeding America, Kentucky’s Heartland: $77,000 Grayson County Alliance, Food Pantry: $55,000 Grayson County Ministerial Association: $10,000 Grayson County Schools: $13,400 Hardin County Adult Education: $10,000 Hardin County Schools’ First Connections: $50,000 Helping Hand of Hope: $146,500 LaRue County Schools’ Kids Crew Plus: $22,500 Legal Aid Society: $3,000 Boy Scouts’ Learning for Life Champions Program: $5,000 Magnolia Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Shepherd’s Pie Food Pantry: $18,000 Meade Activity Center: $20,000 Meade County Angel Ministry: $7,500 Meade County Schools: $18,000 Silverleaf Sexual Trauma Recovery: $35,000 SpringHaven Domestic Violence Program: $60,000 Tri-County CASA: $25,000
Cody enrolled in the Hardin County Adult Education Program in July of 2016. With his math score at the 5th grade level and a conflicting full-time work schedule, obtaining his GED was proving to be difficult. For these reasons, Cody was matched with a Success Coach who would work one on one with him to help improve his math skills. After 80 hours of tutoring and additional services, Cody was able to pass the GED test and bring his Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) test score to a level which made him eligible for the military. Since, Cody has also passed the National Career Readiness Certificate (NCRC) test and has joined the Army to become a drone mechanic.
INVESTING IN SOLUTIONS
GOING BEYOND GIVING CENTRALKYSERVES.ORG LAUNCHES United Way of Central Kentucky, in partnership with Fort Knox Federal Credit Union, has increased the potential for volunteerism and community involvement with the launch of centralkyserves.org. Using this service, United Way can more effectively provide volunteer placement services to our region by allowing non-profit agencies to post their needs in one centralized location. There users may easily access the volunteer needs that fit their interests and schedule. This service is a perfect example of how United Way of Central Kentucky is connecting our community for the common good.
VITA SITE OPENS IN HARDIN COUNTY A collaboration between United Way of Central Kentucky and Helping Hand of Hope brought the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program to Hardin County for the 2016 tax season, returning over $200,000 to local families. VITA is a nationally-recognized model that helps working families save tax preparation fees and tap into the Earned Income Tax Credit and Child Tax Credits. Eight IRS trained volunteers provided 403 hours of service during the 2016 tax season and prepared returns for 134 low-income clients. As a result, clients received $183,952 in federal income tax refunds and $16,314 in state refunds, with the Earned Income Tax Credit accounting for $80,560 of those refunds.
BORN LEARNING TRAIL INSTALLED United Way of Central Kentucky’s AmeriCorps VISTA members joined forces with Hardin County Schools during this year’s 9/11 Day of Service to install our region’s first Born Learning Trail at North Park Elementary School. The United Way Born Learning initiative provides families and caregivers with practical, user-friendly ideas that turn everyday activities into learning moments. The North Park Born Learning Trail serves as an outdoor learning environment for preschool-aged children which provides school readiness activities to encourage learning through playful and engaging exercises. North Park Elementary is one of eight area schools hosting a United Way Born Learning Academy, which provides an ongoing opportunity to prepare children and their caregivers for success in kindergarten.
GIVE A DAY FOR HUNGER EXPANDS In 2016, a record-setting number of volunteers came together to ensure that no child in our region went hungry over spring and fall breaks by providing additional food to each at-risk child on the Backpack program. In total, 1,133 volunteers packed over 20,016 Backpack program bags serving 1,747 hours at a value of over $36,966 during this year’s Give A Day For Hunger initiatives. With additional funding provided by Give270, the Give A Day for Hunger Initiative expanded from its original roots in Hardin County to ensure that Breckinridge, Grayson, LaRue, and Meade County students also received additional Backpack program bags over school breaks.
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2-1-1 ACCESS FOR CENTRAL KY
After more than a decade in development and in partnership with Metro United Way, United Way of Kentucky, and Louisville’s Center for Women and Families, 2-1-1 now connects residents in our region with one-stop access to community resources. The three-digit phone number provides information about health and human services free of charge and in multiple languages 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Kentucky-based Call Specialists provide confidential referrals to those who call the hotline using a centralized listing of services. Local funding was generously provided by United Way of Central Kentucky, Hardin Memorial Health, WesBanco, and Bluegrass Cellular.
WORKPLACE PARTNERS COMMUNITY IMPACT LEADERS
$60,000+ UWCK Campaign or $10,000+ Corporate Gift
LIVE UNITED PACESETTERS
$10,000 to $29,999 UWCK Campaign or $1,000 to $4,999 Corporate Gift
$30,000 to $59,999 UWCK Campaign or $5,000 to $9,999 Corporate Gift
SMALL BUSINESS CIRCLE MEMBERS
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Abney Eye Care Center Air Care Bluegrass Tanks Brighter Futures Counseling Computer Services Inc. Deez Butz BBQ Dix-E-town Lanes Jones & Hurley CPAs
• LaRue County Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance • Running Soles • Tektel • United Residential Mortgage • Sign Makers • Stiles, Carter & Associates
THE GIFT OF GIVING
Alexis de Tocqueville was a French philosopher and philanthropist who traveled America in 1831. His journals reflect his thoughts on democracy and his observations about the remarkable commitment Americans make to the betterment of their communities. United Way of Central Kentucky’s Tocqueville Society is composed of philanthropists who contribute an annual gift of $10,000 or more to United Way with that same commitment to improving our community.
“Investing in United Way is a direct investment in our community for today, tomorrow, and our future.” - Lindsey Keith Alicna, 2016 United Way Tocqueville Chair, Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance
LEADERSHIP GIVING Benefactor $2,500 - $5,500 AGC Automotive Scott Guenther Altec Grant & Katherine Niebuhr Cumberland Products Bruce Barlow Elizabethtown Independent Schools Jimmie Dee Kelley United Bank Marilyn & Randy Ford David Hunt Fischbach USA Kirk Chadwick Metalsa Gerera Wilson Mouser Cabinetry Steve & Linda Mouser Keith Mouser
Phoenix Bearings Mike Paul Pinkham Lincoln Automotive Stephen Montgomery Jr. South Central Bank Brandon Fogle The Cecilian Bank Greg & Susan Pawley David Downs Mary Young
Leadership $1,000 - $2,499 Mike & Carol Jones Dr. Brian & Deb Nickoloff AGC Automotive Joseph Hardesty Kristal Dicarlo Akebono Eddie Hobbs Mike Kinder
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Thomas Hall Ralph Shaw Lisa Waggoner Altec Bryan Hall Aaron Riggs Michael Lyons William Kerr Anthony Sarver John Waggoner Cindy Wimp Jonny Vanmeter Tony & Melissa Hart Timothy Barry Randy Biddle Gary Fraley Gary Hatcher Derrick Helm Kimberly Keen Robert Olson James Parnell Sherri Phillips Jacqueline Rainey Malisa Reed Joshua Travis Keith Williams Shane Wilson Arash Tahtolkassaei
Brown Funeral Home Robert & Mary Brown Citizens Union Bank James Long Claudio Monzon City of Elizabethtown John Chenault Jefferey Camp Edward Poppe Dow Chemical Corporation Donna Helm Lacy McGuffin Steven Clark Lisa Conner Nolan Meyers Chad Bernard Lisa Hess Martin Lee Elizabeth Turner Patrick Wallace Deana Keith Sarah Miller Ruth Scribner Elizabethtown Community & Technical College Dean Mason
TOCQUEVILLE SOCIETY MEMBERS Mr. & Mrs. Brian & Lindsey Alicna Mr. & Mrs. Roy & Linda Keith Mr. & Mrs. Steve & Pam Montgomery Mrs. Diane Logsdon Elizabethtown Independent Schools Kelli Bush Donna & Greg Rovinski Jon & Courtney Ballard Enterprise Rent-A-Car Richard Conklin Kara Slone Feeding America, Kentucky`s Heartland Gary & Helen Miles United Bank Donna Mulligan Matthew Tyler United Bank Board of Directors Lloyd Hillard Dr. William Nash Terry Patterson Fischbach USA Patrick Bauer Edward Jackson Cynthia Bass Marketta Johnson David Massaro Hardin Memorial Health Dr. John Godfrey
Dr. & Mrs. John & Julia Duplessis Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Carl & Anne Swope Mr. & Mrs. Bob & Jan Swope Mr. & Mrs. Bill & Betty Swope Terry Henry John Horvath Deborah Davis Kevin Sullivan Vincent Coale Tanya Miller Hendrickson Dennis Asbell
David Eady Sharon Schmitt Debbie Pugh Dennis Weaver Monument Chemical Adam Pingel
Karbec Troy Fackler Trinity Searcy
Mouser Cabinetry Steve Pfister Scott Freyberger Roger Hager Scott Manley
Kerr Office Group Brian Kerr
Pinkham Lincoln Automotive Steve Pinkham
Lincoln Trail Behavioral Health John Wash
Raymond James Gregory Schreacke
Magnolia Bank Ron Sanders Scott & Jane Conway
Republic Bank Val Claycomb
Meade County RECC Melanie Raley Marty Littrel Todd Blackburn Metalsa Robert Dupin
SignMakers Eugene & Kerrie Lewis Summit Polymers Daryl Pelletier
Leadership $1,000 - $2,499 (cont.) Swope Family of Dealerships Joseph Simoneit The Cecilian Bank Brenda Brady Courtney Hornback Jennifer Palalay James & Tanya Thomas Kamma Flood Beth Cox Kimberly Ashley Pam Basham Lisa Day James Eastridge Jr. Emily Moorman Gary Chapman Cindy Gibson Jason Goodman John Hartlage Adam Hinton Debbie Jaggers Kimberly Punno Jennifer Vasquez Lori Williams The News Enterprise Chris Ordway UPS Douglas Frederick Anthony Cora Albert Henley Todd & Teresa Edlin Mark Seamans WesBanco Ken Dozer
Emerging Leader $500 - $999 AGC Automotive William Bryan Barry Jaggers Laura Stover William Weibel Akebono Rashad Cleaver Carl Hale Myron Henderson Chace & Donna Herringshaw Jerry Morgan Donald Barbour Gregory Fraze Dorothy Hatcher Brian Koester
James Perry Ian Riddle Charlotte Thomas Michael Wease John Whitehouse Alabama Wire Steve Reynolds Altec Jonathan Pearman Ralph Gawarecki Mary Gray Kerry Nix Klaus Wood Melvin Wooten Marty Riggs Jeremiah Hawkins Charles Logsdon Raymond Marcum Steven Norris Jermy Smith Dalton Stearman William Bishop Dave Foran Matthew Miller Timothy Smith Jeff Stubbs Thomas Alvey Jason Gentry Jenny Harris Teresa Hicks Jennifer Atcher David Tharpe Emily Smith Kasey Alexander Tina Alvey Joshua Edholm Ashley Fletcher Ricky Geisert Clay Goodman Steven Gore Janice Harrison Roberta Hart Michael Hegstad Michael Hoyle Cheryl Miracle Josh Oiler Robert Paskanik Jr. Anthony Pearsall Luke Perkins Randall Riggs Tina Rodriguez James Skees Henry Sparks Edward Strong
Melissa Lamont Denesa Embry
City of Elizabethtown Melva Cook Barbara Jones
United Bank Board of Directors Dr. William Godfrey
Comcast Shipley Marcum James Parker
Fischbach USA Matthew Miller Lisa Hatfield Nicholas Huddleston Michael Trueblood Robert Dekorte Steven Loy Shannon Reeves Gary Sheroan Anthony Burt Donovan Lea Darin Williams
Communicare Cheryl Shook Jessica Bartilotta Missy Brown Lisa Lands Kristy McGrew Cynthia Whitaker Michelle White Cumberland Products Frankie Moore Dow Chemical Corporation Rebecca Aulbach Robert Enlow Cheryrel Porter Cynthia Riggs Casey Drane Rosemary Fleming Rebecca Gilpin Ericka Newton Leigh Ann England Jill Mattingly John Gardner Elizabethtown Community & Technical College Linda Howard
Big M Chevrolet Brenda Hairet Breckinridge-Grayson Programs Valeria Hicks
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Brighter Futures Counseling C.J. Quick
Hendrickson Kurtis Bragg Justin Brangers Keith Farmer Karbec James Greenwell Michelle Brown Michael Crowe Braden Maupin William Popham Kentucky Utilities - LG&E Rebecca Tedder Nicholas Thomas John Ramsey KIA Store James Hicks Mark Bandurske
Gates Corporation Steven Hayes Lewis Sloan Cathy Wilson Wenlin Wu
Kroger Tony Bishop Alice Sullivan
Grayson County Schools Ann Marshall
Lincoln Trail Behavioral Health Deborah Routte Angela Oughton Sharray Pinckney
Grayson County Water District Kevin Shaw Janet Love Hardin County Government Harry Berry Vicki Meredith
Hardin County Schools Phillip & Dana Wilson Gale Hardy Elizabethtown Independent Schools Diane Kelley Candace Payne Laurie Parker Hardin County Water District No. 2 Jennifer Burnham David Klinglesmith Leah Gardner James & Lana Honaker Kelly Graham Christopher Rogers Mary Bell Pamela Rose Karla Buckingham Shellee Godfrey Hardin Memorial Health Joseph & Nancy McGimsey Enterprise Rent-A-Car Bonnie Nickerson Joe Weber Deborah Ryan Eileen Kristensen Carla Walters Ainsley Moreman Denise Koebel Carole Hokeah United Bank Frieda Hutchins Kimberly Douglas Jutta Musselwhite Brenda Fullerton Dana Noland Brenda Gayler Jacqueline Thomas Jeffery Pendleton Anna Walters Linda Pepper Steven White Sandra Foley Corazon Veza
Magnolia Bank Dustin Hayes Chad Hines Deena London Natasha Risner Lori Fowler Paul & Jennifer Gray Messer Construction Company Jessica Barr Metalsa John Bryant Richard Distler Kristina Oke Greg Tivitt Carmillia Montgomery Thomas Whittmore Richard Patterson Stephen Wheeler Gary Andrews Curtis Buckles Robert Defevers Eric Devary Jennifer Hall Robert Jones James McDowell Lewis Tillotson Danny Polly Linda Albrecht Melissa Allrutz Judy Carroll
Garnett Chappell Connie Dennis Timothy Dennis Michelle Gierman Brenda Hester Kevin Holding Michael Linfoot Jesse Locke Betty McCray Theresa McIntosh Eric Merciers Robert Milam Jeanetta Mills Jackie Mullens Steven Pickett Albert Ponce Fredrick Schmitt Thomas Strader Glennece Sylvester Michael Vogt Elizabeth Williams Mark Williams Juan Yates Stewart Jordan Monument Chemical Lily Kosikas Mouser Cabinetry Christopher Allen Martha Harden David Mouser Jeffrey Ramsey Christopher Wheatley Clifton Clark Karen Cooper Karla Dunn Douglas Hawkins Nathan Lewis Isaac Mouser Merle Reed Mike Rogers William Stillwell Richard Taylor William Graham MTD Keith Collard Eric Grant Kimberly Narvaez Nolin RECC Shaun Scherer Donald Propes Rick Pugh Richard Ryan Pinkham Lincoln Automotive Benny Brown Gary Burris
R E Williams Inc Rita Williams
Warren RECC Aaron Decker
Stantec Consulting Services Paul Cooper
WesBanco Trena Floyd
Stiles, Carter & Associates, PSC Sarah Durham Marian Kremer Summit Polymers Anita Allen Davin Barnett Trey Fout Swope Family of Dealerships Kathy McCubbin Harry Partington Ronald Williams The Cecilian Bank Anthony Conder Tracie Oliver Allison Baumgardner Emily Burks Erin Cunigan Bani Purcell Karen Wilson Robin Green The News Enterprise Jeff & Lisa D`Alessio Sarah Phelps Twin Lakes Regional Medical Center Michele Vincent Wayne & Carol Meriwether UPS Lisa Rowan Carl Norris Cynthia Morgan Marc Via Scott Blanford Melissa Leach Scott Hofstra Nancy Tate Joseph Veirs Christopher Harman Clifton Hunt Edgar McGaughey Anna Nolden Daniel Pereira United Way of Central Kentucky The Hester Family The Stith Family The Garrett Family
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FINANCIAL ACCOUNTABILITY United Way of Central Kentucky is proud of our commitment to transparency and proactive adherence to best practices in organizational governance. We successfully met all twenty standards of accountability to be certified as a Better Business Bureau Accredited Charity and are in good standing as members of the United Way Worldwide network.
United Way of Central Kentucky Statement of Financial Position
$634,725 $745,872 $4,054 $1,000 $2,556 $16,258 $20,620
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$634,725 $745,872 $4,054 $1,000 $2,556 $16,258 $20,620
Assets Cash and Cash Equivalents Pledges Receivable Grant Receivable Other Receivables Prepaid Expenses Capital Assets Investments
Liabilities and Net Assets Liabilities Accounts Payable Payroll Taxes Payable Other Payroll Related Payable Agency Allocations Payable Designations Payable
$45 $6,118 $900 $136,996 $87,810
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$45 $6,118 $900 $136,996 $87,810
Net Assets Unrestricted Temporarily Restricted
TOTAL NET ASSETS
TOTAL LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS $407,491
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1) Campaign: $1,097,051 2) Grant Income: $24,539 3) VISTA Income: $29,500 4) Other Revenue: $11,561 5) Investment Return: $3,024
As of March 31, 2016 TEMPORARILY
EXPENDITURES: $1,058,720 1) Community Investment Grants: $726,221 United Way impacts critical issues led by community partners.
2) Program Services: $140,770 United Way invests in continuous learning and support for the community that aids in the identification and resolution of community problems that impact quality of life and ensures that programs are meeting the most critical needs.
3) Management and General: $56,384 Includes investments in infrastructure and operations.
4) Fundraising: $119,483 Fundraising expenses include any costs incurred in the process of or with the intent of asking potential donors to contribute funds, materials, or time.Â This investment saves fundraising overhead expenses for numerous nonprofits. The Better Business Bureau states that a charity should spend no more than 35% of related contributions on fundraising.
5) UWW Dues: $15,862 Includes investments in infrastructure and operations.
*United Wayâ€™s 990 tax form and annual audit are available for review at http://www.unitedwayck.org/financials
YOUR UNITED WAY
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SHAPING THE FUTURE
United Way of Central Kentucky 604 North Main Street Elizabethtown, KY 42701 270.737.6608 www.unitedwayck.org