Charity Review

NeighborImpact

Meets Standards
 
(541) 548-2380 2303 SW First St, Redmond OR 97756-9608 www.neighborimpact.org

Standards for Charity Accountability

Governance
  1. 1. Board Oversight
  2. 2. Board Size
  3. 3. Board Meetings
  4. 4. Board Compensation
  5. 5. Conflict of Interest
Measuring Effectiveness
  1. 6. Effectiveness Policy
  2. 7. Effectiveness Report
Finances
  1. 8. Program Expenses
  2. 9. Fund Raising Expenses
  3. 10. Accumulating Funds
  4. 11. Audit Report
  5. 12. Detailed Expense Breakdown
  6. 13. Accurate Expense Reporting
  7. 14. Budget Plan
Fund Raising & Info
  1. 15. Truthful Materials
  2. 16. Annual Report
  3. 17. Website Disclosures
  4. 18. Donor Privacy
  5. 19. Cause Marketing Disclosures
  6. 20. Complaints
  1. Conclusions
  2. Purpose
  3. Programs
  4. Fund Raising
  5. Tax Status
  6. Financial
  7. Affiliates
Conclusions

NeighborImpact meets the 20 Standards for Charity Accountability.

Purpose

NeighborImpact is dedicated to empowering individuals and families to succeed and become engaged citizens in the community.

Business incorporated: 12/05/1984 in OR

Programs

NeighborImpact serves all of Crook, Deschutes and Jefferson counties. They envision a Central Oregon where residents, regardless of their income status, have hope and optimism, and have access to community resources that see them through times of need. NeighborImpact provides services that address basic human needs for food and shelter, access to increased education, and life skills. NeighborImpact offers the following programs: Energy Assistance Home Rehabilitation Food Home Weatherization Head Start Rent Assistance Child Care Resources Shelter Housing Center Transitional Housing

Tax Status

This organization is tax-exempt under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. It is eligible to receive contributions deductible as charitable donations for federal income tax purposes.

Financial

The following information is based on NeighborImpact's Audited Financial Statements for the fiscal year ending Saturday, June 30, 2012.

Source of Funds
Federal grants $7,754,002.00
State and local grants $4,118,188.00
Contributions $3,333,083.00
Program revenue $579,157.00
Rental income $454,867.00
Other revenue $27,407.00
Interest income $44,653.00
Loss on investment ($111,484.00)
Forgiveness of debt ($444,167.00)
Total Income: $15,755,706.00
 
Fusion Chart
 
Program Expenses: $14,296,400.00
Fundraising Expenses: $114,730.00
Administrative Expenses: $1,413,359.00
Other Expenses: $6,111,400.00
Total Expenses: $21,935,889.00
 
Expenses in Excess of Income: $6,180,183.00
 
Beginning Net Assets: $8,155,376.00
Ending Net Assets: $8,025,479.00
Total Liabilities: $1,936,964.00
Total Assets: $9,962,443.00


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