Financial Information – FY-2012
C.I.D.E.R.’s budget continues to grow, largely due to the revenues associated with the transportation program and the meal site. The number of transportation hours continues to be around 35 per day as multiple C.I.D.E.R vans and volunteers are plying the roads of Grand Isle, Franklin and Chittenden County all at the same time. The number of meals home delivered, and served at the mealsite, increased from 5,100 in FY11 to 5,640 in FY12. C.I.D.E.R. continues to enjoy the financial support of its members and the Island Communities. Revenues from fund-raising events and membership dues were both higher this fiscal year than last and they continue to provide the local match necessary for non-medical transportation and also help support our other programs such as “Living Strong”, T’ai Chi, the monthly C.I.D.E.R. Press newsletter, and the Flashlight program.
The following charts depict the Fiscal Year 2012 (July 2011 to June 2012) Income and Operating Expenses.
The actual numbers associated with the previous charts are:
|Management / General||$42,454.00|
|Program Services & Support||$23,888.00|
The transportation expense includes the vehicle depreciation.
We control and keep to a minimum the amount of money spent on Fundraising and General Management expenses. The following graphic is based on C.I.D.E.R.’s 2011 Federal 990 Tax Return which indicated that 87 cents of every dollar spent was directed toward programs and services for our island neighbors.