2018 Financial Report

2018 Financial & Annual Reports
Joy Care Center/Jobs Partnership
Bloomington-Normal

Financial support has been mostly from the pockets of our volunteers, and a few donations from churches, agencies, businesses, and concerned individuals. Just imagine how many more we could serve if we had money. The need is growing faster than our financial ability. In plain words… we need financial assistance.

2018 Financial Report

Rent/Housing$9674
1. Office, classrooms, food bank, clothing bank
$3654
2. Client housing
a. Apartment/rooms$2100
b. Hotels$3900
Utilities$540
1. Office classroom — included in rent
2. Client residences$540
Telephone$1620
1. Office - landline$780
cell$600
2. Client$240
Transportation$2632
1. Client bus passes$1792
2. Home visits, employers, agencies, landlords, networking$840
Printing, Copying, Mailing$1638
New color laser printer$600
Cartridges$540
White paper (donated)
Color Paper$60
Stamps$192
Mailing (non-stamp)$120
Envelopes - manila (white donated)$10
Packing tape$20
Folders$96
Food$1350
1. Graduation$500
2. Birthdays/special$100
3. New clients/family$300
4. Agency reps$300
5. Emergency meals$150
Misc$12,800
Filings, fees, classes, emergencies$1000
Re-entry$3000
Part re-entry $8800
  
  
Rent$9654
Utilities$540
Telephone$1620
Transportation$632
Printing, copying, mailing$1638
Food$1350
Misc.$12,800
$30,234 Total Cash
  
  
Rent$9654
Computers$2200
Internet$900
Paper and Envelopes$1100
$6,900 in Kind

 

2018 Annual Report

Total Classes     11 (5 JC – 6 MC) Class = 2 hr sessions – 8 wks

151 students started

45 students graduated

53 still enrolled (29 JC – 24 MC)

Total Support
38 (2 hr sessions 1 night per wk)

Group
Average attendance 25 people per wk

Total Job Fairs
0 (All students employed before graduation)

Re-entry
Direct – 2 (We pay all expenses x 60 days)

Indirect – 11 (We help with employment, food, clothing, transport, housing)

Clothing Bank
82 students/graduates served

Food Bank
187 students/graduates served

Barber Shop
53 students/graduates

50 B2SA

32 Cornbelters

Bus Passes – 56

Phone Cards – 2

Phones
2 cell     1 house

Phone Calls
In – 5058                      Out – 6567

office – 900                 office 1276

cell – 4158                   cell 5291

Letters – From: 637   To: 750

Home Visits – 120

Employer visits – 39

Volunteers – 51                     Hours volunteered 13,092

Employers – 76 – includes 6 placement agencies

Landlords – 5

Inquires 5715

Phone 5000     Letters 602     Agency 26     Walk In 87

Registered

New Applications 986

Started – Incomplete 208

Started program, received some service, did not complete program

Incomplete Still Enrolled – 212

Still attending class/group/working/school

Dropped Out 67    No Show 91

Registered – did not start

Completed Program 408

Met parole/probation, community service, court, classes

Received Service 2003 (895 new – 1208 return/grad)

29 Still in McLean jail

17 On SSI or retired

23 Still in treatment, drug court, recovery court

1 Returned to D.O.C.

1866 Employed

1862 Stable housing (2 Home Sweet Home – 2 Salvation Army)

jobs partnership serves the areas of Bloomington and Normal Illinois