The Salvation Army of Wake County 2013 Annual Report


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A New Perspective

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This bottle of water quenches more than my thirst. HE’S LOOKING ME IN THE EYE, talking with me, touching my hand. HE SEES ME AND REMINDS ME OF MY HUMANITY.


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WHAT HAVE YOU BEEN MISSING? I remember needing my first pair of glasses. I was 25 years old and things at a distance had become blurry: the stars, street signs, billboards, bowling pins, and particularly the chalkboards in the classrooms at The Salvation Army School for Officer Training. The optometrist I visited was an elderly gentleman, and his equipment seemed just as old. Nevertheless, his methods were precise and meticulous, and after a long process of exchanging various lenses in front of my eyes and asking me which was sharper and clearer, he wrote a prescription for my very first pair of glasses. Putting on my glasses for the first time was an amazing experience! All of a sudden my entire world seemed brighter, sharper, clearer, more focused and better defined! Until that moment, I hadn’t been aware of what I was missing. With this annual report, there is the hope that you will see The Salvation Army like you’ve never seen us before — that you will be amazed by what we do, how we serve, how we love! But more than that, we pray you will also be challenged to see your world in a different way…through the eyes of those in need. Or, perhaps, even through the eyes of Christ. 1 Samuel 16:7 says, “People look at the outward appearance, but the Lord looks at the heart.” (NIV) SEE WHAT YOU’VE BEEN MISSING. MAJOR PETE COSTAS


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She is so sad all the time. SO ALONE. If only she had a place to CONNECT WITH OTHER KIDS and have some fun. The Salvation Army of Wake County 2013 Annual Report


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Look at that smile! SHE’S MADE FRIENDS and loves coming here to play. I AM SO GRATEFUL FOR THE JOY IN HER EYES. A NEW PERSPECTIVE


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I WANT TO LEAVE, but I don’t know how. WHEN WILL THIS NIGHTMARE END? The Salvation Army of Wake County 2013 Annual Report


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I’ve finally escaped. I’M STARTING TO MOVE FORWARD AND HEAL. I never thought I’d see beauty again. A NEW PERSPECTIVE


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PROGRAMS SOCIAL MINISTRIES WITHIN THE JUDY D. ZELNAK CENTER OF HOPE RALEIGH CORPS PROGRAMS Barbara L. Goodmon Women & Children’s Shelter Daily Soup Line Food, Clothing, Financial Assistance Counseling, Casework & Self-improvement Services Life Skills & Parenting Course Circle of Parents Support Group Project FIGHT Project CATCH Wake County SmartStart Programs COMMUNITY CENTER Sunday and Wednesday Worship Services Character Development Activities for Youth & Adults Community Care Ministries — Home & Institution Visitation Senior Adult Activities Music & Arts Development Summer Camp Activities SEASONAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS Afterschool Programs (Youth ages 5-12) Year-round School Track-out Programs (Youth ages 5-12) Summer Day Camp Programs (Youth ages 5-12) Camp Walter Johnson (Overnight Camp) Instructional Athletics Program (Youth ages 4-12) EMERGENCY DISASTER SERVICES WRAL-TV5 Coats for the Children Christmas Cheer Assistance (Stockings & Toys) Angel Tree Capital City Clauses’ Jingle Ball Triangle Spokes Group (New Bicycles & Helmets) WNCN-NBC 17 Stock the Sled Subway Angel Tree Equipped Disaster Service Vehicle & Trained Personnel on 24-hour Alert Food, Clothing, Shelter & Other Basics of Survival for Victims Clean-up and Restoration Services & Supplies Casework & Counseling Services 2 The Salvation Army of Wake County 2013 Annual Report


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62,360 new toys given 116,481 individuals served 55,285 volunteer hours worked 4,956 seniors visited by Community Care Ministries 1,807 individuals trained on human trafficking by Project FIGHT 367 homeless children referrals made by Project CATCH 582 professions of faith 46,364 meals served 10,987 nights of shelter $339,067.81 Red Kettle Funds raised 2013 IMPACT A NEW PERSPECTIVE


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WHY IS THIS SO HARD? I’ll never be good at reading and writing. WHY DO I EVEN BOTHER TRYING? The Salvation Army of Wake County 2013 Annual Report


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I DID IT! I just needed a little help — someone to show me how. I CAN’T WAIT TO SHOW MY DAD! A NEW PERSPECTIVE


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What am I going to do? MY KIDS ARE SO HUNGRY…I’m so hungry. But it was either rent or food. The Salvation Army of Wake County 2013 Annual Report


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2013 REVENUE Public Support Other Revenues Government Grants Allocated by federal fundraising organizations Gifts-In-Kind Family Store Total 2013 EXPENSES Management & General Program Services Fundraising Total 2013 NET ASSETS Increase (decrease in Net Assets) Net Assets at Beginning of Year Net Assets at End of Year $ 18,913 473,187 492,100 $ 149,140 5,610,586 357,995 6,117,721 $ 3,339,240 246,969 203,746 9,346 1,146,972 1,190,361 6,136,634 2013 FINANCIALS 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, 2013. Accounting by Williams Overman Pierce, LLP Figures presented are draft only. The Salvation Army of Wake County 2013 Annual Report


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ADVISORY BOARD OFFICERS: 2012-2014 Franklin Roberts, Chair Jimmy Goodmon, Vice-Chair Mike Carlton, Treasurer Judy Stephenson, Secretary Joseph M. Sansom, Mechanics & Farmers Bank Joy Sloan, Community Leader Judy Stephenson, Community Leader Robert Woronoff, Mid-Atlantic Securities Jason York, BB&T EX-OFFICIO MEMBER Lt. Colonel Willis Howell, Divisional Commander, The Salvation Army BOARD MEMBERS David W. Ammons, Retirement Living Associates Gary Ashworth, Lynn’s & Daphne’s Hallmark Shops Deborah L. Hildebran-Bachofen, Manning Fulton & Skinner, P.A. Prentiss Baker, III, Baker Roofing Company Franky Batten, Duke Energy Wynn Bettinsoli, The Junior League of Raleigh William Blackburn, P.L. & E. Sales, Inc. Daniel T. Blue, III, Blue, Stephens & Fellers Richard Campbell, Carolina Broadcasting Systems, Inc. Tom Campbell, Carolina Broadcasting Systems, Inc. Christopher J. Carlson, IBM Mike Carlton, Community Leader Joel “Tick” Clancy, Clancy & Theys Construction Co. Richard E. Faulkner, Faulkner, Haynes and Associates Jennings Glenn, Kane Realty Corp. Jimmy Goodmon, Jr., WRAL-TV5/Capitol Broadcasting Thomas R. “Bob” Grimes, Community Leader John Hatcher, Jr., White Oak Realty Penny Heyel, Community Leader C. Ashley Mann, DDS, Dr. Charles 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 John H. Odom, Greater Raleigh Merchants Assoc. J. Mike Pate, III, McMillan, Pate & Company LLP Jim Perry, Waste Industries USA, Inc. Alton Prevatte, Community Leader Lisa Rivers, Hodge & Kittrell Realtors Franklin T. Roberts, Batchelor, Tillery & Roberts, LLP Jere Royall, NC Family Policy Council EMERITUS MEMBERS Harold Berry, Jr., Hatch, Little, Bunn, Jones, Few, & Berry James Cresimore, Cresimore Associates William E. Graham, Hunton & Williams Attorneys Kathy Riedy, Community Leader LIFE MEMBER Fred Barber, Community Leader Barbara Goodmon, A.J. Fletcher Foundation JUNIOR ADVISORY BOARD Elizabeth Kauffman, Chairman Alex Atwell, The Hope Center at Pullen Brandon Banks, Shaw University Undergraduate Student Debra Buck, Workplace Options Nicole Ciaramitaro, William Peace University Undergraduate Student Andrew Colley, NC State University Undergraduate Student Jessica Hales, AT&T Cameron Heath, Stockton & Graham Alphonzo Hedgepeth, Shaw University Undergraduate Student Elizabeth Kauffman, WakeMed Health & Hospitals Skye Mitchell, RTI International Catherine Norris, Glenwood Village Dentistry Michelle Osborne, Duke & University of North Carolina State Graduate Student Andrea J. Pratt, NC State University Graduate Student Je’Toya Robinson, Telamon Corporation Crosby Head Start Brooke Shearin, Consolidated Asset Recovery Systems Vibushan Sivakumaran, NC State University Undergraduate Student Araca Wadsworth, NC State University Undergraduate Student Grace Williamson, Gibbs & Soell Business Communications A NEW PERSPECTIVE



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