a 4MB PDF - The Salvation Army


a 4MB PDF - The Salvation Army
2015 Revenue
2015 Expenses
The Salvation Army of Wake County • 2015 Annual Report
Public Support $3,528,815
Program Services $6,088,069
Gifts-in-Kind $1,192,388
Fundraising $346,341
Family Store $1,104,142
Management & General $149,817
Other Revenues $273,426
Government Grants $220,774
Federated fundraising $4,766
Our pledge is to maintain the highest standards of financial accountability. Salvation Army centers are audited by
independent certified public accountants in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles. Year Ended
September 30, 2015. Accounting by Williams Overman Price, LLP. Figures presented are draft only.
The Salvation Army of
Wake County Advisory Board
Officers: 2015-2016
Jimmy Goodmon, Chair
Mike Carlton, Vice-Chair
Jackie Prillaman, Treasurer
Judy Stephenson, Secretary
Ex-Officio Member
Lt. Colonel W. Edward Hobgood,
Divisional Commander, The Salvation Army
Board Members
David W. Ammons, Retirement Living Associates
Deborah L. Hildebran-Bachofen, Manning Fulton & Skinner, P.A.
Paige W. Bagwell, The Redwoods Group
Sonia Barnes, Congressman David Price’s Office
Franky Batten, Duke Energy Progress
Patricia Beckett, Community Leader
Billy Blackburn, P.L. & E. Sales, Inc.
Daniel T. Blue, III, Blue, Stephens & Fellers
Richard Campbell, North Carolina State University
Tom Campbell, Carolina Broadcasting Systems, Inc.
Christopher J. Carlson, IBM
Mike Carlton, Community Leader
Allen Chan, Robertson Scholars Leadership Program
Joel “Tick” Clancy, Clancy & Theys Construction Company
Richard E. Faulkner, Faulkner, Haynes and Associates
Jimmy Goodmon, Jr., WRAL-TV5/Capital Broadcasting
Dr. Tom Hash, Duke Radiology, Duke University
Emeritus Members
Harold Berry, Jr., Hatch, Little, & Bunn, LLP
William E. Graham, Hunton & Williams Attorneys
Thomas R. “Bob” Grimes, Community Leader
Alton Prevatte, Community Leader
Kathy Riedy, Community Leader
Jere Royall, NC Family Policy Council
Joseph M. Sansom, Mechanics & Farmers Bank
Life Members
Prentiss Baker, III, Baker Roofing Company
Barbara Goodmon, A.J. Fletcher Foundation
John Hatcher, Jr., White Oak Realty
Penny Heyel, Community Leader
Todd Kavanaugh, Baker Roofing
Dr. Ashley Mann, DDS, C. Ashley Mann, DDS
John Matthews, Baker Roofing Company
David S. McIntyre, Jr., Merrill Lynch
Bill McLaurin, Jr., McLaurin Management
Derrick Minor, City of Raleigh
Brian Mountcastle, Global Armor Products
Kelly Nicholson, UNC Healthcare
J. Mike Pate, III, McMillan, Pate & Company LLP
Jim Perry, Waste Industries USA, Inc.
Jackie Prillaman, McGladrey, LLP
Lisa Rivers, Hodge & Kittrell/Sotheby International
Franklin T. Roberts, Batchelor, Tillery & Roberts, LLP
Joy Sloan, Community Leader
Judy Stephenson, Garner Chamber of Commerce
Doug Vaughn, Triangle Capital Corporation
Robert Woronoff, Mid-Atlantic Securities
Jason York, BB&T
2015 Net Assets
Increase (decrease in Net Assets)
Net Assets at End of Year
2015 Impact
You Can Make a Difference!
Whether we’re reading Dr. Seuss’ “Because a Little Bug
Went Ka-choo,” or delving deeper into the philosophy of
the “Butterfly Effect,” popular culture appears to accept
the premise that small actions can ultimately result in big
changes…good, or chaotic.
individuals served
volunteer hours worked
parents and children
received support through
Project CATCH & Circle of
cases of human trafficking
assisted by Project FIGHT
Red Kettle Funds raised
professions of faith
meals provided
seniors visited by
Community Care Ministries
Popular culture, as well as historical culture, also embraces
the nobility in the “Pay it Forward” philosophy, believing that
debts which cannot be paid back can best be settled by paying
them forward; showing a kindness to someone else in reciprocation for
a kindness that was shown to you, thus producing a theoretical chain of philanthropy that
keeps on going and going.
The Apostle Peter wrote “you were not redeemed with corruptible things such as silver and
gold…but by the precious blood of Christ.” Certainly, we could never repay God for this
great act of mercy and benevolence; as the hymnist, Isaac Watts, explained:
“Were the whole realm of nature mine,
That were a present far too small;
Love so amazing, so divine,
Demands my life, my soul, my all.”
While we cannot adequately pay God back, we can, however, pay forward his love and
kindness by doing good deeds to others; and the investment we make in the lives of others,
particularly those who could never repay us, will pay dividends later on that we may never see.
You can make a difference! Galatians 6:9 (NIV) says, “Let us not become weary in doing
good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up.” A popular expression
states, “God uses ordinary people to do extraordinary things.” Donors, volunteers, staff
members, ordinary citizens in their daily walk of life; each can do something good.
You, yes you, can make a difference! It can start with you!
new toys and gifts given
nights of shelter
Net Assets at Beginning of Year
Major Pete Costas
Area Commander
With nightly meals in our soup line and for the
families in our Barbara L. Goodmon Shelter for Women
and Children, we collectively served 90,000 meals this
year. For Joe, who joined our soup line each evening, it
coming home to
The Salvation
was the only warm meal he would eat for the day.
an eviction notice on
Army’s Red Kettle
Growing up in foster care, Joe turned to drugs and
her door, Tonya was forced
Campaign has become
alcohol at an early age to cope. It wasn’t until he
to choose between putting food
synonymous with Christmas. The
found The Salvation Army that he sought a
on the table or using the last of her
kettles show how ONE dollar can
different comfort. One in Christ. One
money to pay for rent. Being a single mom
collectively make an impact in our
night, while eating in the soup line, Joe
with 3 children, she couldn’t keep up with the
community. Donations made during the
was invited to attend the worship
growing bills and also provide for the needs of her
holiday season help families throughout the year,
service at our Corps. It was there that
children. Tonya turned to The Salvation Army where
families like Patrick’s. Patrick, a 6 year old living in our
he welcomed Christ into his life.
we helped with groceries from our Food Pantry, clothing
emergency shelter with his mother, had a difficult time
from our Family Store, and Holiday Assistance from our
keeping up in school. He was far behind in reading,
Christmas Cheer Program. With the help of our
which led to a dislike of the classroom and his
crisis programs, Tonya prevented her family from
teachers. During his stay with us, he did a
losing their home. This family’s story is ONE
developmental screening with our Project
Takes an
of strength and perseverance similar to the
CATCH program and was diagnosed as
Army to Do the
many that we hear every day.
dyslexic. As a result, he and his mother
Most Good. Our Army
is celebrated as a time to
were connected with a partner
is comprised of collaborative
give thanks for all our
agency that provides special tools
relationships and community
blessings and bringing together
and care that empowered
partners working to provide for the
Family and Friends for a mouthwatering
Patrick’s success
growing needs of our community. This is
meal. For many, it can also be a harsh reminder
in school.
especially true during the cold winter months when
of the financial struggles and lack of security. For
the health and safety of families are at risk. The thought
the last 6 years, The Salvation Army of Wake County
of even ONE child standing at a bus stop in January without a
has been blessed by the Fleishman Family. Through the
coat, sparked an on-going campaign with ONE local organization,
support of friends and family, they provide over 140
Capitol Broadcasting Company. Over the past 27 years, WRAL-TV5’s
Thanksgiving baskets, including all the fixings to make
Coats for the Children campaign has collected over 158,000 coats and
a special meal at home with loved ones. Each year this
$1,750,000. We are grateful for supporters like these.
ONE family brings together their community to provide
a Thanksgiving meal for so many.
donate. volunteer. participate.
1863 Capital Blvd
Raleigh, NC 27604
social ministries
spiritual outreach
seasonal assistance
emergency disaster
community center
Barbara L. Goodmon Shelter for Women and Children
Daily Soup Line
Food & Clothing Assistance
Counseling, Casework and Self-improvement
Life Skills & Parenting Course
Project CATCH (Community Action Targeting Children
who are Homeless)
Circle of Parents Support Group
Project FIGHT (Freeing Individuals Gripped in Human
Sunday & Wednesday Worship Services
Character Development for Youth & Adults
Community Care Ministries – Home & Institutions
Organized Fellowship & Community Service
Senior Adult Activities
Music & Arts Development
Adult & Youth Summer Camp Activities
WRAL TV5 Coats for the Children
Christmas Cheer Assistance
Angel Tree
Capital City Clauses’ Jingle Ball
Triangle Spokes Group (New Bicycles & Helmets)
WNCN-NBC 17 Stock the Sled
Equipped Disaster Service Vehicle & Trained
Personnel on 24-hour Alert
Food, Clothing, Shelter & other essentials for
Survivor needs
Clean-up and restoration services & supplies
Casework & Counseling Services
After School Programs (Youth ages 5-12)
Year-round School Track-out Programs
4-H Programs
Food Nutrition with Poe Center for Health
Girls on the Run
Summer Day Camp Programs
Camp Walter Johnson (overnight camp)
Instructional Athletics Programs (Youth ages 4-12)

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