THE FOOD TRUST

Address
1617 JOHN F KENNEDY BLVD NO 900
PHILADELPHIA, PA 19103
Contact
Website: http://www.thefoodtrust.org
Phone: +1 (215) 575-0444
Nonprofit
NTEE: K30 - Food Service, Free Food Distribution Programs
EIN: 23-2678383

Mission

THE FOOD TRUST, A NONPROFIT FOUNDED IN PHILADELPHIA IN 1992, STRIVES TO MAKE HEALTHY FOOD AVAILABLE TO ALL. THE FOOD TRUST IS A REGIONAL AND NATIONAL LEADER IN DEVELOPING NEW STRATEGIES TO PREVENT CHILDHOOD OBESITY AND OTHER DIET-RELATED DISEASES THROUGH INNOVATIVE PROGRAMS TO INCREASE ACCESS TO FRESH FOOD AND PROVIDE NUTRITION EDUCATION IN UNDERSERVED COMMUNITIES.
 20172016201520142013
Basic features of the organization
Year of formation1992
Subsection code03
PF filing required0    
Metropolitan statistical area6162
Form of organization
CorporationTrue
Human resources, including compensation
Summary compensation info
Total compensation of current key personnel$324,039.00$309,821.00$311,367.00$262,316.00$127,629.00
Sum of reportable (W2/1099) compensation$779,212.00$548,125.00$552,309.00$485,802.00$316,907.00
Number of employees139154130134122
Number of people compensated >$100k64443
Number of volunteers600600963300300
Number of highly compensated contractors0011 
Personnel
915, Martha
Title DIRECTOR OF FINANCE   
Name of key/compensated person MARTHA HARRISON STARTED 915   
Position of compensated person
Current officer True   
Average hours per week working for org 40.00   
Reportable compensation from org $38,776.00   
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs $128.00   
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs  $0.00   
Ayers, Lucinda
TitleDIRECTORDIRECTORDIRECTORDIRECTORDIRECTOR
Name of key/compensated personLUCINDA AYERSLUCINDA AYERSLUCINDA AYERSLUCINDA AYERSLUCINDA AYERS
Position of compensated person
Average hours per week working for org5.005.005.005.003.00
Reportable compensation from org$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs $0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Cohen, Deborah
TitleSECRETARYSECRETARYSECRETARYASSISTANT SECRETARYASSISTANT SECRETARY
Name of key/compensated personDEBORAH COHENDEBORAH COHENDEBORAH COHENDEBORAH COHENDEBORAH COHEN ESQ
Position of compensated person
Current officerTrueTrueTrue  
Average hours per week working for org3.003.003.003.003.00
Reportable compensation from org$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs $0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Davenport, Allison
Title DIRECTORDIRECTORDIRECTORDIRECTOR
Name of key/compensated person ALLISON DAVENPORTALLISON DAVENPORTALLISON DAVENPORTALLISON DAVENPORT
Position of compensated person
Average hours per week working for org 2.002.002.002.00
Reportable compensation from org $0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs $0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs  $0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Dougherty, Ross
Title  DIR. OF FINANCE - UNTIL 8/15DIRECTOR OF FINANCE AND BUSINESS OPERATIONS 
Name of key/compensated person  ROSS DOUGHERTYROSS DOUGHERTY 
Position of compensated person
Current officer  TrueTrue 
Average hours per week working for org  40.0040.00 
Reportable compensation from org  $85,754.00$37,765.00 
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs  $15,510.00$2,589.00 
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs   $0.00$0.00 
Ekundare, Olakunile
TitleDIRECTORDIRECTOR   
Name of key/compensated personOLAKUNILE EKUNDAREOLAKUNILE EKUNDARE   
Position of compensated person
Average hours per week working for org2.002.00   
Reportable compensation from org$0.00$0.00   
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs$0.00$0.00   
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs $0.00$0.00   
George, William
TitleTREASURERTREASURERTREASURERTREASURERTREASURER
Name of key/compensated personWILLIAM S GEORGEWILLIAM S GEORGEWILLIAM S GEORGEWILLIAM S GEORGEWILLIAM S GEORGE
Position of compensated person
Current officerTrueTrueTrueTrueTrue
Average hours per week working for org2.002.002.002.002.00
Reportable compensation from org$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs $0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Gold, Barbara
TitleVICE PRESIDENTVICE PRESIDENTVICE PRESIDENTVICE PRESIDENTVICE PRESIDENT
Name of key/compensated personBARBARA GOLD MDBARBARA GOLD MDBARBARA GOLD MDBARBARA GOLD MDBARBARA GOLD MD
Position of compensated person
Current officerTrueTrueTrueTrueTrue
Average hours per week working for org2.002.002.002.002.00
Reportable compensation from org$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs $0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Gordon, Gary
TitleDIRECTORDIRECTORDIRECTORDIRECTORDIRECTOR
Name of key/compensated personGARY V GORDON MDGARY V GORDON MDGARY V GORDON MDGARY V GORDON MDGARY V GORDON MD
Position of compensated person
Average hours per week working for org2.002.002.002.002.00
Reportable compensation from org$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs $0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Hagarity, Lois
Title  DIRECTORSECRETARYSECRETARY
Name of key/compensated person  LOIS SHERMAN HAGARITY ESQLOIS SHERMAN HAGARITY ESQLOIS SHERMAN HAGARITY ESQ
Position of compensated person
Current officer   TrueTrue
Average hours per week working for org  3.003.002.00
Reportable compensation from org  $0.00$0.00$0.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs  $0.00$0.00$0.00
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs   $0.00$0.00$0.00
Harrison, Martha
TitleDIRECTOR OF FINANCE    
Name of key/compensated personMARTHA HARRISON    
Position of compensated person
Current officerTrue    
Average hours per week working for org40.00    
Reportable compensation from org$116,150.00    
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs$444.00    
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs $0.00    
Horn, Jill
TitleDIRECTORDIRECTORDIRECTORDIRECTORDIRECTOR
Name of key/compensated personJILL HORNJILL HORNJILL HORNJILL NEWIRTH HORNJILL NEWIRTH HORN
Position of compensated person
Average hours per week working for org2.002.002.002.002.00
Reportable compensation from org$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs $0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Jaffe, Barbara
Title DIRECTORDIRECTORDIRECTORDIRECTOR
Name of key/compensated person BARBARA JAFFEBARBARA JAFFEBARBARA JAFFEBARBARA JAFFE PHD
Position of compensated person
Average hours per week working for org 2.002.002.002.00
Reportable compensation from org $0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs $0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs  $0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Karpyn, Alison
Title   DIRECTOR OF RESEARCH AND CONSULTING 
Name of key/compensated person   ALISON KARPYN 
Position of compensated person
Average hours per week working for org   40.00 
Reportable compensation from org   $103,095.00 
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs   $6,416.00 
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs    $0.00 
Karpyn, Allison
Title    DIRECTOR OF RESEARCH & EVALUATION
Name of key/compensated person    ALLISON KARPYN PHD
Position of compensated person
Average hours per week working for org    40.00
Reportable compensation from org    $101,179.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs    $355.00
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs     $0.00
Kumanyika, Shiriki
TitleDIRECTORDIRECTORDIRECTORDIRECTORDIRECTOR
Name of key/compensated personSHIRIKI KUMANYIKA PHDSHIRIKI KUMANYIKA PHDSHIRIKI KUMANYIKA PHDSHIRIKI KUMANYIKA PHDSHIRIKI KUMANYIKA PHD
Position of compensated person
Average hours per week working for org2.002.002.002.002.00
Reportable compensation from org$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs $0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Lang, Brian
TitleDIRECTOR, NATIONAL CAMPAIGN FOR HEALTHY FOOD ACCES    
Name of key/compensated personBRIAN LANG    
Position of compensated person
Average hours per week working for org40.00    
Reportable compensation from org$105,098.00    
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs$7,426.00    
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs $0.00    
Latimore, Carolyn
TitlePRESIDENTPRESIDENTPRESIDENTPRESIDENTPRESIDENT
Name of key/compensated personCAROLYN LATIMORE PHDCAROLYN LATIMORE PHDCAROLYN LATIMORE PHDCAROLYN LATIMORE PHDCAROLYN LATIMORE PHD
Position of compensated person
Current officerTrueTrueTrueTrueTrue
Average hours per week working for org4.004.004.004.005.00
Reportable compensation from org$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs $0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Lehmann, Yael
TitlePRESIDENT & CEOEXECUTIVE DIRECTOREXECUTIVE DIRECTOREXECUTIVE DIRECTOREXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Name of key/compensated personYAEL LEHMANNYAEL LEHMANNYAEL LEHMANNYAEL LEHMANNYAEL LEHMANN
Position of compensated person
Current officerTrueTrueTrueTrueTrue
Average hours per week working for org40.0040.0040.0040.0040.00
Reportable compensation from org$179,244.00$160,004.00$137,291.00$136,726.00$113,266.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs$7,426.00$6,984.00$20,338.00$6,416.00$6,094.00
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs $0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Lewis, Thomas
TitleDIRECTORDIRECTORDIRECTORDIRECTORDIRECTOR
Name of key/compensated personTHOMAS J LEWISTHOMAS J LEWISTHOMAS J LEWISTHOMAS J LEWISTHOMAS J LEWIS
Position of compensated person
Average hours per week working for org2.002.002.002.002.00
Reportable compensation from org$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs $0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Manderino, Kathy
Title   DIRECTORDIRECTOR
Name of key/compensated person   HON KATHY M MANDERINOKATHY M MANDERINO ESQ
Position of compensated person
Average hours per week working for org   2.002.00
Reportable compensation from org   $0.00$0.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs   $0.00$0.00
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs    $0.00$0.00
McHenry, Suzanne
TitleDIRECTORDIRECTORDIRECTORDIRECTOR 
Name of key/compensated personSUZANNE MCHENRY CPASUZANNE MCHENRY CPASUZANNE MCHENRY CPASUZANNE MCHENRY CPA 
Position of compensated person
Average hours per week working for org2.002.002.002.00 
Reportable compensation from org$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00 
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00 
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs $0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00 
McKinney, William
TitleEXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENTDIRECTOR OF RESEARCH AND C   
Name of key/compensated personWILLIAM MCKINNEYWILLIAM MCKINNEY   
Position of compensated person
Average hours per week working for org40.0040.00   
Reportable compensation from org$120,336.00$107,280.00   
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs$7,426.00$6,984.00   
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs $0.00$0.00   
Philip, Sajan
TitleDIRECTOR    
Name of key/compensated personSAJAN PHILIP    
Position of compensated person
Average hours per week working for org2.00    
Reportable compensation from org$0.00    
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs$0.00    
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs $0.00    
Robinson, Loren
TitleDIRECTORDIRECTOR   
Name of key/compensated personLOREN ROBINSON MDLOREN ROBINSON MD   
Position of compensated person
Average hours per week working for org2.002.00   
Reportable compensation from org$0.00$0.00   
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs$0.00$0.00   
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs $0.00$0.00   
Rodriguez, Angel
TitleDIRECTOR    
Name of key/compensated personANGEL RODRIGUEZ    
Position of compensated person
Average hours per week working for org2.00    
Reportable compensation from org$0.00    
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs$0.00    
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs $0.00    
Rose, Karima
Title  DIRECTOR OF GRANTS AND OPERATIONS  
Name of key/compensated person  KARIMA ROSE  
Position of compensated person
Average hours per week working for org  40.00  
Reportable compensation from org  $109,621.00  
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs  $8,519.00  
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs   $0.00  
Roth, Adam
Title    DIRECTOR
Name of key/compensated person    ADAM ROTH CPA
Position of compensated person
Average hours per week working for org    2.00
Reportable compensation from org    $0.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs    $0.00
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs     $0.00
Weidman, John
TitleEXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENTDEPUTY EXECUTIVE DIRECTORDEPUTY EXECUTIVE DIRECTORDEPUTY EXECUTIVE DIRECTORDEPUTY EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Name of key/compensated personJOHN WEIDMANJOHN WEIDMANJOHN WEIDMANJOHN WEIDMANJOHN WEIDMAN
Position of compensated person
Average hours per week working for org40.0040.0040.0040.0040.00
Reportable compensation from org$137,814.00$130,826.00$114,235.00$106,852.00$102,462.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs$7,426.00$6,984.00$8,310.00$6,416.00$6,082.00
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs $0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Wharton, Dwayne
TitleDIRECTOR OF EXTERNAL AFFAIDIRECTOR OF EXTERNAL AFFAIDIRECTOR OF EXTERNAL AFFAIDIRECTOR OF EXTERNAL AFFAIRS 
Name of key/compensated personDWAYNE WHARTONDWAYNE WHARTONDWAYNE WHARTONDWAYNE WHARTON 
Position of compensated person
Average hours per week working for org40.0040.0040.0040.00 
Reportable compensation from org$120,570.00$111,239.00$105,408.00$101,364.00 
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs$444.00$384.00$394.00$384.00 
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs $0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00 
Purpose: mission, activities, & accomplishments
Mission or significant activitiesTHE FOOD TRUST IS A NATIONALLY RECOGNIZED NONPROFIT DEDICATED TO ENSURING THAT EVERYONE HAS ACCESS TO AFFORDABLE, NUTRITIOUS FOOD AND INFORMATION TO MAKE HEALTHY DECISIONS. HEADQUARTERED IN PHILADELPHIA, THE FOOD TRUST WORKS WITH NEIGHBORHOODS, SCHOOLS, GROCERS, FARMERS AND POLICYMAKERS IN THE CITY AND ACROSS THE COUNTRY TO DEVELOP A COMPREHENSIVE APPROACH TO IMPROVED FOOD ACCESS THAT COMBINES NUTRITION EDUCATION AND GREATER AVAILABILITY OF AFFORDABLE, HEALTHY FOOD.THE FOOD TRUST IS A NATIONALLY RECOGNIZED NONPROFIT DEDICATED TO ENSURING THAT EVERYONE HAS ACCESS TO AFFORDABLE, NUTRITIOUS FOOD AND INFORMATION TO MAKE HEALTHY DECISIONS. HEADQUARTERED IN PHILADELPHIA, THE FOOD TRUST WORKS WITH NEIGHBORHOODS, SCHOOLS, GROCERS, FARMERS AND POLICYMAKERS IN THE CITY AND ACROSS THE COUNTRY TO DEVELOP A COMPREHENSIVE APPROACH TO IMPROVED FOOD ACCESS THAT COMBINES NUTRITION EDUCATION AND GREATER AVAILABILITY OF AFFORDABLE, HEALTHY FOOD.THE FOOD TRUST IS A NATIONALLY RECOGNIZED NONPROFIT DEDICATED TO ENSURING THAT EVERYONE HAS ACCESS TO AFFORDABLE, NUTRITIOUS FOOD AND INFORMATION TO MAKE HEALTHY DECISIONS. HEADQUARTERED IN PHILADELPHIA, THE FOOD TRUST WORKS WITH NEIGHBORHOODS, SCHOOLS, GROCERS, FARMERS AND POLICYMAKERS IN THE CITY AND ACROSS THE COUNTRY TO DEVELOP A COMPREHENSIVE APPROACH TO IMPROVED FOOD ACCESS THAT COMBINES NUTRITION EDUCATION AND GREATER AVAILABILITY OF AFFORDABLE, HEALTHY FOOD.THE FOOD TRUST IS A NATIONALLY RECOGNIZED NONPROFIT DEDICATED TO ENSURING THAT EVERYONE HAS ACCESS TO AFFORDABLE, NUTRITIOUS FOOD AND INFORMATION TO MAKE HEALTHY DECISIONS. HEADQUARTERED IN PHILADELPHIA, THE FOOD TRUST WORKS WITH NEIGHBORHOODS, SCHOOLS, GROCERS, FARMERS AND POLICYMAKERS IN THE CITY AND ACROSS THE COUNTRY TO DEVELOP A COMPREHENSIVE APPROACH TO IMPROVED FOOD ACCESS THAT COMBINES NUTRITION EDUCATION AND GREATER AVAILABILITY OF AFFORDABLE, HEALTHY FOOD.THE FOOD TRUST ENSURES THAT EVERYONE HAS ACCESS TO AFFORDABLE, NUTRITIOUS FOOD AND INFORMATION TO MAKE HEALTHY DECISIONS. WORKING WITH NEIGHBORHOODS, SCHOOLS, GROCERS, FARMERS AND POLICYMAKERS, THE ORGANIZATION HAS DEVELOPED A COMPREHENSIVE APPROACH TO IMPROVED FOOD ACCESS THAT COMBINES NUTRITION EDUCATION AND GREATER AVAILABILITY OF AFFORDABLE, HEALTHY FOOD.
Program service expenses, total$7,891,525.00$7,728,457.00$7,597,340.00$6,332,896.00$6,577,193.00
Programs, including revenue & expenses
NATIONAL CAMPAIGN FOR HEALTHY FOOD ACCESS-THIS MULTI-YEAR INITIATIVE ENCOURAGES THE DEVELOPMENT OF GROCERY STORES AND OTHER HEALTHY FOOD RETAIL IN LOWER-INCOME AREAS, WITH THE AIM OF IMPROVING HEALTH AND REVITALIZING COMMUNITIES THROUGH JOB CREATION AND RETENTION. THROUGH THE NATIONAL CAMPAIGN FOR HEALTHY FOOD ACCESS, THE FOOD TRUST WORKS WITH A DIVERSE NETWORK OF LOCAL, REGIONAL AND NATIONAL PARTNERS TO INCREASE HEALTHY FOOD OUTLETS (E.G., SUPERMARKETS, GROCERY STORES) IN UNDERSERVED AREAS, PRIMARILY THROUGH LOCAL AND FEDERAL HEALTHY FOOD-FINANCING INITIATIVES. THE NATIONAL CAMPAIGN ADVOCATES FOR AND MANAGES INITIATIVES MODELED ON GROCERY FINANCING PROGRAMS THAT THE FOOD TRUST HAS ESTABLISHED WITH COMMUNITY PARTNERS IN SEVEN STATES AND CITIES, INCLUDING THE ORIGINAL PROGRAM IN PENNSYLVANIA, THE PA FRESH FOOD FINANCING INITIATIVE, WHICH HAS HELPED SUPPORT 88 HEALTHY FOOD RETAIL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE STATE. IN THE PAST YEAR, THE FOOD TRUST CONTINUED MOUNTING THE NATIONAL CAMPAIGN FOR HEALTHY FOOD ACCESS IN MULTIPLE STATES ACROSS THE COUNTRY, ALIGNED WITH OUR MISSION TO ENSURE EVERYONE HAS ACCESS TO HEALTHY, AFFORDABLE FOOD. THESE EFFORTS INCLUDED PROVIDING TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, AND RESOURCES TO A GROWING NUMBER OF COMMUNITY GROUPS IN CITIES AND STATES NATIONWIDE WHO HAVE REQUESTED ASSISTANCE TO HELP THEM CLOSE THE "GROCERY GAP" IN THEIR AREAS THROUGH INCREASING THE NUMBER OF HEALTHY FOOD OUTLETS IN UNDERSERVED COMMUNITIES.
Program expenses $1,002,089.00$1,110,782.00$1,052,012.00 
Program revenue $757,965.00$226,648.00  
Program description NATIONAL CAMPAIGN FOR HEALTHY FOOD ACCESS-THIS MULTI-YEAR INITIATIVE ENCOURAGES THE DEVELOPMENT OF GROCERY STORES AND OTHER HEALTHY FOOD RETAIL IN LOWER-INCOME AREAS, WITH THE AIM OF IMPROVING HEALTH AND REVITALIZING COMMUNITIES THROUGH JOB CREATION AND RETENTION. THROUGH THE NATIONAL CAMPAIGN FOR HEALTHY FOOD ACCESS, THE FOOD TRUST WORKS WITH A DIVERSE NETWORK OF LOCAL, REGIONAL AND NATIONAL PARTNERS TO INCREASE HEALTHY FOOD OUTLETS (E.G., SUPERMARKETS, GROCERY STORES) IN UNDERSERVED AREAS, PRIMARILY THROUGH LOCAL AND FEDERAL HEALTHY FOOD-FINANCING INITIATIVES. THE NATIONAL CAMPAIGN ADVOCATES FOR AND MANAGES INITIATIVES MODELED ON GROCERY FINANCING PROGRAMS THAT THE FOOD TRUST HAS ESTABLISHED WITH COMMUNITY PARTNERS IN SEVEN STATES AND CITIES, INCLUDING THE ORIGINAL PROGRAM IN PENNSYLVANIA, THE PA FRESH FOOD FINANCING INITIATIVE, WHICH HAS HELPED SUPPORT 88 HEALTHY FOOD RETAIL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE STATE. IN THE PAST YEAR, THE FOOD TRUST CONTINUED MOUNTING THE NATIONAL CAMPAIGN FOR HEALTHY FOOD ACCESS IN MULTIPLE STATES ACROSS THE COUNTRY, ALIGNED WITH OUR MISSION TO ENSURE EVERYONE HAS ACCESS TO HEALTHY, AFFORDABLE FOOD. THESE EFFORTS INCLUDED PROVIDING TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, AND RESOURCES TO A GROWING NUMBER OF COMMUNITY GROUPS IN CITIES AND STATES NATIONWIDE WHO HAVE REQUESTED ASSISTANCE TO HELP THEM CLOSE THE "GROCERY GAP" IN THEIR AREAS THROUGH INCREASING THE NUMBER OF HEALTHY FOOD OUTLETS IN UNDERSERVED COMMUNITIES.NATIONAL CAMPAIGN FOR HEALTHY FOOD ACCESS-THIS MULTI-YEAR INITIATIVE ENCOURAGES THE DEVELOPMENT OF GROCERY STORES AND OTHER HEALTHY FOOD RETAIL IN LOWER-INCOME AREAS, WITH THE AIM OF IMPROVING HEALTH AND REVITALIZING COMMUNITIES THROUGH JOB CREATION AND RETENTION. THROUGH THE NATIONAL CAMPAIGN FOR HEALTHY FOOD ACCESS, THE FOOD TRUST WORKS WITH A DIVERSE NETWORK OF LOCAL, REGIONAL AND NATIONAL PARTNERS TO INCREASE HEALTHY FOOD OUTLETS (E.G., SUPERMARKETS, GROCERY STORES) IN UNDERSERVED AREAS, PRIMARILY THROUGH LOCAL AND FEDERAL HEALTHY FOOD-FINANCING INITIATIVES. THE NATIONAL CAMPAIGN ADVOCATES FOR AND MANAGES INITIATIVES MODELED ON GROCERY FINANCING PROGRAMS THAT THE FOOD TRUST HAS ESTABLISHED WITH COMMUNITY PARTNERS IN SEVEN STATES AND CITIES, INCLUDING THE ORIGINAL PROGRAM IN PENNSYLVANIA, THE PA FRESH FOOD FINANCING INITIATIVE, WHICH HAS HELPED SUPPORT 88 HEALTHY FOOD RETAIL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE STATE. IN THE PAST YEAR, THE FOOD TRUST CONTINUED MOUNTING THE NATIONAL CAMPAIGN FOR HEALTHY FOOD ACCESS IN MULTIPLE STATES ACROSS THE COUNTRY, ALIGNED WITH OUR MISSION TO ENSURE EVERYONE HAS ACCESS TO HEALTHY, AFFORDABLE FOOD. THESE EFFORTS INCLUDED PROVIDING TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, AND RESOURCES TO A GROWING NUMBER OF COMMUNITY GROUPS IN CITIES AND STATES NATIONWIDE WHO HAVE REQUESTED ASSISTANCE TO HELP THEM CLOSE THE "GROCERY GAP" IN THEIR AREAS THROUGH INCREASING THE NUMBER OF HEALTHY FOOD OUTLETS IN UNDERSERVED COMMUNITIES.NATIONAL CAMPAIGN FOR HEALTHY FOOD ACCESS - THIS MULTI-YEAR INITIATIVE ENCOURAGES THE DEVELOPMENT OF GROCERY STORES AND OTHER HEALTHY FOOD RETAIL IN LOWER-INCOME AREAS, WITH THE AIM OF IMPROVING HEALTH AND REVITALIZING COMMUNITIES THROUGH JOB CREATION AND RETENTION. THROUGH THE NATIONAL CAMPAIGN FOR HEALTHY FOOD ACCESS, THE FOOD TRUST WORKS WITH A DIVERSE NETWORK OF LOCAL, REGIONAL AND NATIONAL PARTNERS TO INCREASE HEALTHY FOOD OUTLETS (E.G., SUPERMARKETS, GROCERY STORES) IN UNDERSERVED AREAS, PRIMARILY THROUGH LOCAL AND FEDERAL HEALTHY FOOD-FINANCING INITIATIVES. THE NATIONAL CAMPAIGN ADVOCATES FOR AND MANAGES INITIATIVES MODELED ON GROCERY FINANCING PROGRAMS THAT THE FOOD TRUST HAS ESTABLISHED WITH COMMUNITY PARTNERS IN SEVEN STATES AND CITIES, INCLUDING THE ORIGINAL PROGRAM IN PENNSYLVANIA: THE PA FRESH FOOD FINANCING INITIATIVE, WHICH HAS HELPED SUPPORT 93 HEALTHY FOOD RETAIL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE STATE. IN 2014, THE FOOD TRUST CONTINUED MOUNTING THE NATIONAL CAMPAIGN FOR HEALTHY FOOD ACCESS IN MORE THAN 15 STATES ACROSS THE COUNTRY, ALIGNED WITH OUR MISSION TO ENSURE EVERYONE HAS ACCESS TO HEALTHY, AFFORDABLE FOOD. THESE EFFORTS INCLUDED PROVIDING TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, AND RESOURCES TO A GROWING NUMBER OF COMMUNITY GROUPS IN CITIES AND STATES NATIONWIDE WHO HAVE REQUESTED ASSISTANCE TO HELP THEM CLOSE THE "GROCERY GAP" IN THEIR AREAS THROUGH INCREASING THE NUMBER OF HEALTHY FOOD OUTLETS IN UNDERSERVED COMMUNITIES. 
NUTRITION EDUCATION-THE FOOD TRUST WORKS TO INCREASE ACCESS TO HEALTHY FOOD IN UNDERSERVED AREAS, ALONG WITH PROVIDING NUTRITION EDUCATION TO CHILDREN AND FAMILIES. IN THE PAST YEAR, THE FOOD TRUST'S TEAM OF EDUCATORS CONDUCTED THE SCHOOL NUTRITION EDUCATION PROGRAM IN ABOUT 80 ELEMENTARY, MIDDLE, AND HIGH SCHOOLS IN LOW-INCOME NEIGHBORHOODS OF PHILADELPHIA, NORRISTOWN, LANSDOWNE, DARBY, CHESTER, ALLENTOWN, BETHLEHEM, AND READING, PA, AS WELL AS CAMDEN, NJ. THE FOOD TRUST STAFF WORKED WITH CHILDREN AND THEIR FAMILIES IN UNDERSERVED COMMUNITIES, PROVIDING CLASSROOM LESSONS, PARENT WORKSHOPS, YOUTH LEADERSHIP PROGRAMS, SCHOOL-WIDE ACTIVITIES SUCH AS TASTE TESTS AND NUTRITION-RELATED ASSEMBLIES, AND SPECIAL ACTIVITIES, SUCH AS COOKING IN THE CLASSROOM AND FARM FIELD TRIPS. PARTICIPATING TEACHERS ALSO RECEIVED NUTRITION EDUCATION MATERIALS FOR THEMSELVES AND THEIR STUDENTS, ALONG WITH LESSON PLANS TO HELP THEM INCORPORATE NUTRITION INTO THEIR CURRICULUM. THE FOOD TRUST STAFF PARTNERED WITH SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY STAKEHOLDERS TO INNOVATE AND IMPLEMENT POLICY, SYSTEMS AND ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGES AT THESE SCHOOL SITES, INCLUDING STARTING FARM STANDS, REVITALIZING GARDENS AND CONSULTING WITH SCHOOL FOOD SERVICES.THE AGENCY ALSO PROVIDED NUTRITION EDUCATION IN DIVERSE OUT-OF-SCHOOL TIME SETTINGS, INCLUDING RECREATION CENTERS AND YMCAS. IN ADDITION, THE FOOD TRUST PROVIDES NUTRITION EDUCATION FOR ADULTS IN LOW-INCOME COMMUNITIES OF PHILADELPHIA, NORRISTOWN, CHESTER, ALLENTOWN, LANSDOWNE, AND READING, PA, AS WELL AS CAMDEN, NJ. HELD IN CHURCHES, LIBRARIES, FOOD STORES, AND OTHER COMMUNITY SITES, THESE ADULT NUTRITION EDUCATION LESSONS AND WORKSHOPS INTRODUCED PARTICIPANTS TO NEW FRUITS AND VEGETABLES, TAUGHT THEM HOW TO PREPARE HEALTHY MEALS, AND PROVIDED EDUCATIONAL TOURS OF NEARBY SUPERMARKETS, FARMERS' MARKETS, AND HEALTHY CORNER STORES TO TEACH THEM HOW TO PURCHASE NUTRITIOUS FOOD ON A BUDGET.
Program expenses$2,711,089.00$2,605,629.00$2,800,919.00$2,958,989.00$2,881,927.00
Program descriptionNUTRITION EDUCATION-THE FOOD TRUST WORKS TO INCREASE ACCESS TO HEALTHY FOOD IN UNDERSERVED AREAS, ALONG WITH PROVIDING NUTRITION EDUCATION TO CHILDREN AND FAMILIES. IN THE PAST YEAR, THE FOOD TRUST'S TEAM OF EDUCATORS CONDUCTED THE SCHOOL NUTRITION EDUCATION PROGRAM IN ABOUT 80 ELEMENTARY, MIDDLE, AND HIGH SCHOOLS IN LOW-INCOME NEIGHBORHOODS OF PHILADELPHIA, NORRISTOWN, LANSDOWNE, DARBY, CHESTER, ALLENTOWN, BETHLEHEM, AND READING, PA, AS WELL AS CAMDEN, NJ. THE FOOD TRUST STAFF WORKED WITH CHILDREN AND THEIR FAMILIES IN UNDERSERVED COMMUNITIES, PROVIDING CLASSROOM LESSONS, PARENT WORKSHOPS, YOUTH LEADERSHIP PROGRAMS, SCHOOL-WIDE ACTIVITIES SUCH AS TASTE TESTS AND NUTRITION-RELATED ASSEMBLIES, AND SPECIAL ACTIVITIES, SUCH AS COOKING IN THE CLASSROOM AND FARM FIELD TRIPS. PARTICIPATING TEACHERS ALSO RECEIVED NUTRITION EDUCATION MATERIALS FOR THEMSELVES AND THEIR STUDENTS, ALONG WITH LESSON PLANS TO HELP THEM INCORPORATE NUTRITION INTO THEIR CURRICULUM. THE FOOD TRUST STAFF PARTNERED WITH SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY STAKEHOLDERS TO INNOVATE AND IMPLEMENT POLICY, SYSTEMS AND ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGES AT THESE SCHOOL SITES, INCLUDING STARTING FARM STANDS, REVITALIZING GARDENS AND CONSULTING WITH SCHOOL FOOD SERVICES.THE AGENCY ALSO PROVIDED NUTRITION EDUCATION IN DIVERSE OUT-OF-SCHOOL TIME SETTINGS, INCLUDING RECREATION CENTERS AND YMCAS. IN ADDITION, THE FOOD TRUST PROVIDES NUTRITION EDUCATION FOR ADULTS IN LOW-INCOME COMMUNITIES OF PHILADELPHIA, NORRISTOWN, CHESTER, ALLENTOWN, LANSDOWNE, AND READING, PA, AS WELL AS CAMDEN, NJ. HELD IN CHURCHES, LIBRARIES, FOOD STORES, AND OTHER COMMUNITY SITES, THESE ADULT NUTRITION EDUCATION LESSONS AND WORKSHOPS INTRODUCED PARTICIPANTS TO NEW FRUITS AND VEGETABLES, TAUGHT THEM HOW TO PREPARE HEALTHY MEALS, AND PROVIDED EDUCATIONAL TOURS OF NEARBY SUPERMARKETS, FARMERS' MARKETS, AND HEALTHY CORNER STORES TO TEACH THEM HOW TO PURCHASE NUTRITIOUS FOOD ON A BUDGET.NUTRITION EDUCATION-THE FOOD TRUST WORKS TO INCREASE ACCESS TO HEALTHY FOOD IN UNDERSERVED AREAS, ALONG WITH PROVIDING NUTRITION EDUCATION TO CHILDREN AND FAMILIES. IN THE PAST YEAR, THE FOOD TRUST'S TEAM OF EDUCATORS CONDUCTED THE SCHOOL NUTRITION EDUCATION PROGRAM IN MORE THAN 150 ELEMENTARY, MIDDLE, AND HIGH SCHOOLS IN LOW-INCOME NEIGHBORHOODS OF PHILADELPHIA, NORRISTOWN, LANSDOWNE, CHESTER, ALLENTOWN, BETHLEHEM, AND READING, PA, AS WELL AS CAMDEN, NJ. THE FOOD TRUST STAFF WORKED WITH APPROXIMATELY 70,000 CHILDREN AND THEIR FAMILIES, PROVIDING CLASSROOM LESSONS, PARENT WORKSHOPS, YOUTH LEADERSHIP PROGRAMS, SCHOOL-WIDE ACTIVITIES SUCH AS TASTE TESTS AND NUTRITION-RELATED ASSEMBLIES, AND SPECIAL ACTIVITIES, SUCH AS COOKING IN THE CLASSROOM AND FARM FIELD TRIPS. PARTICIPATING TEACHERS ALSO RECEIVED NUTRITION EDUCATION MATERIALS FOR THEMSELVES AND THEIR STUDENTS, ALONG WITH LESSON PLANS TO HELP THEM INCORPORATE NUTRITION INTO THEIR CURRICULUM. THE AGENCY ALSO PROVIDED NUTRITION EDUCATION IN OUT-OF-SCHOOL TIME SETTINGS, IN MORE THAN 15 SITES, INCLUDING RECREATION CENTERS AND YMCAS. IN ADDITION, THE FOOD TRUST PROVIDES NUTRITION EDUCATION FOR ADULTS IN LOW-INCOME COMMUNITIES OF PHILADELPHIA, NORRISTOWN, CHESTER, ALLENTOWN, AND READING, PA, AS WELL AS CAMDEN, NJ. HELD IN CHURCHES, LIBRARIES, AND OTHER COMMUNITY SITES, THESE ADULT NUTRITION EDUCATION LESSONS AND WORKSHOPS INTRODUCED PARTICIPANTS TO NEW FRUITS AND VEGETABLES, TAUGHT THEM HOW TO PREPARE HEALTHY MEALS, AND PROVIDED EDUCATIONAL TOURS OF NEARBY SUPERMARKETS, FARMERS' MARKETS, AND HEALTHY CORNER STORES TO TEACH THEM HOW TO PURCHASE NUTRITIOUS FOOD ON A BUDGET.NUTRITION EDUCATION-THE FOOD TRUST WORKS TO INCREASE ACCESS TO HEALTHY FOOD IN UNDERSERVED AREAS, ALONG WITH PROVIDING NUTRITION EDUCATION TO CHILDREN AND FAMILIES. IN THE PAST YEAR, THE FOOD TRUST'S TEAM OF EDUCATORS CONDUCTED THE SCHOOL NUTRITION EDUCATION PROGRAM IN MORE THAN 150 ELEMENTARY, MIDDLE, AND HIGH SCHOOLS IN LOW-INCOME NEIGHBORHOODS OF PHILADELPHIA, NORRISTOWN, LANSDOWNE, CHESTER, ALLENTOWN, BETHLEHEM, AND READING, PA, AS WELL AS CAMDEN, NJ. THE FOOD TRUST STAFF WORKED WITH APPROXIMATELY 70,000 CHILDREN AND THEIR FAMILIES, PROVIDING CLASSROOM LESSONS, PARENT WORKSHOPS, YOUTH LEADERSHIP PROGRAMS, SCHOOL-WIDE ACTIVITIES SUCH AS TASTE TESTS AND NUTRITION-RELATED ASSEMBLIES, AND SPECIAL ACTIVITIES, SUCH AS COOKING IN THE CLASSROOM AND FARM FIELD TRIPS. PARTICIPATING TEACHERS ALSO RECEIVED NUTRITION EDUCATION MATERIALS FOR THEMSELVES AND THEIR STUDENTS, ALONG WITH LESSON PLANS TO HELP THEM INCORPORATE NUTRITION INTO THEIR CURRICULUM. THE AGENCY ALSO PROVIDED NUTRITION EDUCATION IN OUT-OF-SCHOOL TIME SETTINGS, IN MORE THAN 15 SITES, INCLUDING RECREATION CENTERS AND YMCAS. IN ADDITION, THE FOOD TRUST PROVIDES NUTRITION EDUCATION FOR ADULTS IN LOW-INCOME COMMUNITIES OF PHILADELPHIA, NORRISTOWN, CHESTER, ALLENTOWN, AND READING, PA, AS WELL AS CAMDEN, NJ. HELD IN CHURCHES, LIBRARIES, AND OTHER COMMUNITY SITES, THESE ADULT NUTRITION EDUCATION LESSONS AND WORKSHOPS INTRODUCED PARTICIPANTS TO NEW FRUITS AND VEGETABLES, TAUGHT THEM HOW TO PREPARE HEALTHY MEALS, AND PROVIDED EDUCATIONAL TOURS OF NEARBY SUPERMARKETS, FARMERS' MARKETS, AND HEALTHY CORNER STORES TO TEACH THEM HOW TO PURCHASE NUTRITIOUS FOOD ON A BUDGET.NUTRITION EDUCATION - THE FOOD TRUST WORKS TO INCREASE ACCESS TO HEALTHY FOOD IN UNDERSERVED AREAS, ALONG WITH PROVIDING NUTRITION EDUCATION TO CHILDREN AND FAMILIES. IN THE PAST YEAR, THE FOOD TRUST'S TEAM OF EDUCATORS CONDUCTED THE SCHOOL NUTRITION EDUCATION PROGRAM IN MORE THAN 100 ELEMENTARY, MIDDLE, AND HIGH SCHOOLS IN LOW-INCOME NEIGHBORHOODS OF PHILADELPHIA, NORRISTOWN, LANSDOWNE, CHESTER, ALLENTOWN AND READING, PA, AS WELL AS CAMDEN, NJ. THE FOOD TRUST STAFF WORKED WITH APPROXIMATELY 65,000 CHILDREN AND THEIR FAMILIES, PROVIDING CLASSROOM LESSONS, PARENT WORKSHOPS, SCHOOL-WIDE ACTIVITIES SUCH AS TASTE TESTS AND NUTRITION-RELATED ASSEMBLIES, AND SPECIAL ACTIVITIES SUCH AS COOKING IN THE CLASSROOM AND FARM FIELD TRIPS. PARTICIPATING TEACHERS ALSO RECEIVED NUTRITION EDUCATION MATERIALS FOR THEMSELVES AND THEIR STUDENTS, ALONG WITH LESSON PLANS TO HELP THEM INCORPORATE NUTRITION INTO THEIR CURRICULUM. THE AGENCY ALSO PROVIDED NUTRITION EDUCATION IN OUT-OF-SCHOOL TIME SETTINGS, INCLUDING 15 RECREATION CENTERS AND SEVERAL YMCAS. IN ADDITION, THE FOOD TRUST PROVIDES NUTRITION EDUCATION FOR ADULTS IN LOW-INCOME COMMUNITIES OF PHILADELPHIA, NORRISTOWN, READING, ALLENTOWN, AND CHESTER, PA. HELD IN CHURCHES, LIBRARIES, AND OTHER COMMUNITY SITES, THESE ADULT NUTRITION EDUCATION LESSONS AND WORKSHOPS INTRODUCED PARTICIPANTS TO NEW FRUITS AND VEGETABLES, TAUGHT THEM HOW TO PREPARE HEALTHY MEALS, AND PROVIDED EDUCATIONAL TOURS OF NEARBY SUPERMARKETS, FARMERS' MARKETS, AND HEALTHY CORNER STORES TO TEACH THEM HOW TO PURCHASE NUTRITIOUS FOOD ON A BUDGET.THE FOOD TRUST WORKS TO INCREASE ACCESS TO HEALTHY FOOD IN UNDERSERVED AREAS, ALONG WITH PROVIDING NUTRITION EDUCATION TO CHILDREN AND FAMILIES. IN THE PAST YEAR, THE FOOD TRUST'S TEAM OF EDUCATORS CONDUCTED THE SCHOOL NUTRITION EDUCATION PROGRAM IN MORE THAN 100 ELEMENTARY, MIDDLE, AND HIGH SCHOOLS IN LOW-INCOME NEIGHBORHOODS OF PHILADELPHIA, NORRISTOWN, LANSDOWNE, AND READING, PA, AS WELL AS CAMDEN, NJ. THE FOOD TRUST STAFF WORKED WITH APPROXIMATELY 65,000 CHILDREN AND THEIR FAMILIES, PROVIDING CLASSROOM LESSONS, PARENT WORKSHOPS, SCHOOL-WIDE ACTIVITIES SUCH AS TASTE TESTS AND NUTRITION-RELATED ASSEMBLIES, AND SPECIAL ACTIVITIES SUCH AS COOKING IN THE CLASSROOM AND FARM FIELD TRIPS. PARTICIPATING TEACHERS ALSO RECEIVED NUTRITION EDUCATION MATERIALS FOR THEMSELVES AND THEIR STUDENTS, ALONG WITH LESSON PLANS TO HELP THEM INCORPORATE NUTRITION INTO THEIR CURRICULUM. THE FOOD TRUST ALSO PROVIDES NUTRITION EDUCATION TO ADULTS IN LOW-INCOME COMMUNITIES OF PHILADELPHIA, NORRISTOWN, AND CHESTER, PA. HELD IN CHURCHES, LIBRARIES, AND OTHER COMMUNITY SITES, THE SIX WEEK EDUCATION SESSIONS INTRODUCED PARTICIPANTS TO NEW FRUITS AND VEGETABLES, TAUGHT THEM HOW TO PREPARE HEALTHY MEALS, AND PROVIDED EDUCATIONAL TOURS OF NEARBY SUPERMARKETS, FARMERS' MARKETS, AND HEALTHY CORNER STORES TO TEACH THEM HOW TO PURCHASE NUTRITIOUS FOOD ON A BUDGET.
TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE - THE TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TEAM AT THE FOOD TRUST HELPS PARTNERS NATIONWIDE BENEFIT FROM THE ORGANIZATION'S DEEP KNOWLEDGE BASE AND SUCCESSFUL, INNOVATIVE PROGRAMS TO EXPAND ACCESS TO HEALTHY, AFFORDABLE FOOD FOR ALL. THE TEAM IS COMPRISED OF 9 FULL-TIME STAFF WITH DIVERSE BACKGROUNDS - INCLUDING EXPERTISE IN HEALTHY FOOD ACCESS PROGRAMS AND POLICIES, THE FOOD INDUSTRY AND IN-STORE MARKETING, PUBLIC HEALTH, CITY PLANNING, AND MANAGEMENT CONSULTING - AND WORKS AT THE FEDERAL, STATE, AND LOCAL LEVELS WITH A WIDE VARIETY OF AGENCIES, ORGANIZATIONS, AND INDUSTRY PARTNERS TO PROVIDE CONSULTING AND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE SERVICES TO SUPPORT STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT, STRATEGIC PLANNING, AND THE DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF HEALTHY FOOD ACCESS PROGRAMS AND POLICY INITIATIVES. IN 2014, THE TEAM SUPPORTED PROJECTS FROM COAST TO COAST, AND RECENTLY EXPANDED SUPPORT INTERNATIONALLY TO INCLUDE TWO COUNTRIES IN MICRONESIA. ALL OF THE TEAM'S WORK IS CLOSELY ALIGNED WITH THE FOOD TRUST'S CORE MISSION AND PROGRAMS.
Program expenses   $736,114.00 
Program description   TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE - THE TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TEAM AT THE FOOD TRUST HELPS PARTNERS NATIONWIDE BENEFIT FROM THE ORGANIZATION'S DEEP KNOWLEDGE BASE AND SUCCESSFUL, INNOVATIVE PROGRAMS TO EXPAND ACCESS TO HEALTHY, AFFORDABLE FOOD FOR ALL. THE TEAM IS COMPRISED OF 9 FULL-TIME STAFF WITH DIVERSE BACKGROUNDS - INCLUDING EXPERTISE IN HEALTHY FOOD ACCESS PROGRAMS AND POLICIES, THE FOOD INDUSTRY AND IN-STORE MARKETING, PUBLIC HEALTH, CITY PLANNING, AND MANAGEMENT CONSULTING - AND WORKS AT THE FEDERAL, STATE, AND LOCAL LEVELS WITH A WIDE VARIETY OF AGENCIES, ORGANIZATIONS, AND INDUSTRY PARTNERS TO PROVIDE CONSULTING AND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE SERVICES TO SUPPORT STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT, STRATEGIC PLANNING, AND THE DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF HEALTHY FOOD ACCESS PROGRAMS AND POLICY INITIATIVES. IN 2014, THE TEAM SUPPORTED PROJECTS FROM COAST TO COAST, AND RECENTLY EXPANDED SUPPORT INTERNATIONALLY TO INCLUDE TWO COUNTRIES IN MICRONESIA. ALL OF THE TEAM'S WORK IS CLOSELY ALIGNED WITH THE FOOD TRUST'S CORE MISSION AND PROGRAMS. 
THE AGENCY'S SUPERMARKET CAMPAIGN WORKS TO STIMULATE SUPERMARKET DEVELOPMENT IN NEIGHBORHOODS THAT ARE IN NEED OF ACCESS TO FRESH, HEALTHY, AFFORDABLE FOOD. TO DO THIS, THE FOOD TRUST COLLABORATES WITH GOVERNMENT, CIVIC, AND INDUSTRY LEADERS TO IMPLEMENT PUBLIC POLICIES THAT IMPROVE ACCESS TO HEALTHY FOOD IN ALL NEIGHBORHOODS. IN PENNSYLVANIA, THIS EFFORT LED TO THE CREATION OF THE NATION'S FIRST STATEWIDE SUPERMARKET FINANCING PROGRAM, THE FRESH FOOD FINANCING INITIATIVE (FFFI). THIS $120 MILLION LEVERAGED FUND TO SUPPORT SUPERMARKET DEVELOPMENT RESULTED IN 93 NEW OR IMPROVED SUPERMARKETS SERVING AN ESTIMATED 500,000 RESIDENTS. THE FOOD TRUST IS CURRENTLY CONDUCTING ADVOCACY INITIATIVES TO ENCOURAGE HEALTHY FOOD RETAIL DEVELOPMENT IN UNDERSERVED COMMUNITIES IN MORE THAN 25 STATES NATIONWIDE.
Program expenses    $1,027,006.00
Program description    THE AGENCY'S SUPERMARKET CAMPAIGN WORKS TO STIMULATE SUPERMARKET DEVELOPMENT IN NEIGHBORHOODS THAT ARE IN NEED OF ACCESS TO FRESH, HEALTHY, AFFORDABLE FOOD. TO DO THIS, THE FOOD TRUST COLLABORATES WITH GOVERNMENT, CIVIC, AND INDUSTRY LEADERS TO IMPLEMENT PUBLIC POLICIES THAT IMPROVE ACCESS TO HEALTHY FOOD IN ALL NEIGHBORHOODS. IN PENNSYLVANIA, THIS EFFORT LED TO THE CREATION OF THE NATION'S FIRST STATEWIDE SUPERMARKET FINANCING PROGRAM, THE FRESH FOOD FINANCING INITIATIVE (FFFI). THIS $120 MILLION LEVERAGED FUND TO SUPPORT SUPERMARKET DEVELOPMENT RESULTED IN 93 NEW OR IMPROVED SUPERMARKETS SERVING AN ESTIMATED 500,000 RESIDENTS. THE FOOD TRUST IS CURRENTLY CONDUCTING ADVOCACY INITIATIVES TO ENCOURAGE HEALTHY FOOD RETAIL DEVELOPMENT IN UNDERSERVED COMMUNITIES IN MORE THAN 25 STATES NATIONWIDE.
THE CENTER FOR HEALTHY FOOD ACCESS- THIS NATIONAL COLLABORATIVE EFFORT IS WORKING TO ENSURE THAT EVERY CHILD IN THE UNITED STATES HAS ACCESS TO NUTRITIOUS, AFFORDABLE FOOD. SERVING AS A CATALYST TO SHARE LEARNING AND TEST GROUNDBREAKING IDEAS, AS WELL AS SECURE THE PROGRESS THAT HAS BEEN MADE IN RECENT YEARS, THE CENTER WORKS ON A NUMBER OF PROJECTS TO IMPROVE NUTRITION, HEALTH AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT IN UNDERSERVED AREAS ACROSS THE COUNTRY. THROUGH COLLABORATIONS WITH OTHER PARTNERS, THE CENTER IS WORKING TO STRENGTHEN FEDERAL NUTRITION PROGRAMS, SUCH AS SNAP, WIC AND SNAP-ED, AND IMPROVE THE FOOD AND WATER QUALITY IN SCHOOLS. CREATING JOBS AND STIMULATING ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT BY BRINGING GROCERY STORES AND OTHER HEALTHY FOOD BUSINESSES TO UNDERSERVED AREAS IS ANOTHER PRIORITY AREA, AS IS WORKING WITH HOSPITALS AND HEALTHCARE SYSTEMS TO PREVENT DIET-RELATED DISEASE IN LOW-INCOME COMMUNITIES. THE CENTER ALSO IS WORKING WITH BUSINESSES TO FOCUS MARKETING EFFORTS ON HEALTHIER CHOICES AND IS EXPANDING SNAP-INCENTIVE PROGRAMS THAT PROVIDE SUPPORT TO MAKE HEALTHIER FOOD MORE AFFORDABLE FOR THOSE ON FOOD STAMPS. THE CENTER ALSO PROMOTES THE HEALTHY FOOD ACCESS PORTAL SO ORGANIZATIONS AND BUSINESSES CAN SHARE SUCCESSES WITH ONE ANOTHER, AND PROVIDES GRANTS TO CATALYZE PROGRESS TOWARD CENTER GOALS TO OTHER ORGANIZATIONS ACROSS THE COUNTRY.
Program expenses$1,487,293.00    
Program revenue$1,576,715.00    
Program descriptionTHE CENTER FOR HEALTHY FOOD ACCESS- THIS NATIONAL COLLABORATIVE EFFORT IS WORKING TO ENSURE THAT EVERY CHILD IN THE UNITED STATES HAS ACCESS TO NUTRITIOUS, AFFORDABLE FOOD. SERVING AS A CATALYST TO SHARE LEARNING AND TEST GROUNDBREAKING IDEAS, AS WELL AS SECURE THE PROGRESS THAT HAS BEEN MADE IN RECENT YEARS, THE CENTER WORKS ON A NUMBER OF PROJECTS TO IMPROVE NUTRITION, HEALTH AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT IN UNDERSERVED AREAS ACROSS THE COUNTRY. THROUGH COLLABORATIONS WITH OTHER PARTNERS, THE CENTER IS WORKING TO STRENGTHEN FEDERAL NUTRITION PROGRAMS, SUCH AS SNAP, WIC AND SNAP-ED, AND IMPROVE THE FOOD AND WATER QUALITY IN SCHOOLS. CREATING JOBS AND STIMULATING ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT BY BRINGING GROCERY STORES AND OTHER HEALTHY FOOD BUSINESSES TO UNDERSERVED AREAS IS ANOTHER PRIORITY AREA, AS IS WORKING WITH HOSPITALS AND HEALTHCARE SYSTEMS TO PREVENT DIET-RELATED DISEASE IN LOW-INCOME COMMUNITIES. THE CENTER ALSO IS WORKING WITH BUSINESSES TO FOCUS MARKETING EFFORTS ON HEALTHIER CHOICES AND IS EXPANDING SNAP-INCENTIVE PROGRAMS THAT PROVIDE SUPPORT TO MAKE HEALTHIER FOOD MORE AFFORDABLE FOR THOSE ON FOOD STAMPS. THE CENTER ALSO PROMOTES THE HEALTHY FOOD ACCESS PORTAL SO ORGANIZATIONS AND BUSINESSES CAN SHARE SUCCESSES WITH ONE ANOTHER, AND PROVIDES GRANTS TO CATALYZE PROGRESS TOWARD CENTER GOALS TO OTHER ORGANIZATIONS ACROSS THE COUNTRY.    
THE FOOD TRUST DEVELOPED THE HEALTHY CORNER STORE INITIATIVE TO INCREASE THE AVAILABILITY OF NUTRITIOUS FOOD IN UNDERSERVED NEIGHBORHOODS THAT LACK SUPERMARKETS OR OTHER FRESH-FOOD RETAILERS. IN 2013, THE FOOD TRUST WORKED WITH OVER 660 CORNER STORE OWNERS, PROVIDING TRAINING AND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TO HELP THEM STOCK AND MARKET HEALTHY FOODS IN THEIR STORES. THIS INITIATIVE HAS ALSO EXPANDED REGIONALLY TO INCLUDE 15 STORES IN CAMDEN, NJ, AND 4 STORES IN NORRISTOWN, PA, AND IT IS NOW THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPREHENSIVE HEALTHY CORNER STORE PROGRAM IN THE NATION. THE HEALTHY CORNER STORE INITIATIVE PROJECT TEAM ALSO WORKED IN 20 SCHOOLS IN PHILADELPHIA AND NORRISTOWN TO EDUCATE YOUNG PEOPLE ABOUT HEALTHY SNACKING. TRUST STAFF PROVIDED GUIDANCE FOR YOUTH TO FORM SNACKIN' FRESH LEADERSHIP CREWS, EACH MADE UP OF ABOUT 10 STUDENT LEADERS WHO WORK TOGETHER TO IMPLEMENT HEALTH-FOCUSED PROJECTS AND EVENTS IN THEIR SCHOOLS TO GET THEIR PEERS EXCITED ABOUT HEALTHY EATING AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY.
Program expenses    $934,937.00
Program description    THE FOOD TRUST DEVELOPED THE HEALTHY CORNER STORE INITIATIVE TO INCREASE THE AVAILABILITY OF NUTRITIOUS FOOD IN UNDERSERVED NEIGHBORHOODS THAT LACK SUPERMARKETS OR OTHER FRESH-FOOD RETAILERS. IN 2013, THE FOOD TRUST WORKED WITH OVER 660 CORNER STORE OWNERS, PROVIDING TRAINING AND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TO HELP THEM STOCK AND MARKET HEALTHY FOODS IN THEIR STORES. THIS INITIATIVE HAS ALSO EXPANDED REGIONALLY TO INCLUDE 15 STORES IN CAMDEN, NJ, AND 4 STORES IN NORRISTOWN, PA, AND IT IS NOW THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPREHENSIVE HEALTHY CORNER STORE PROGRAM IN THE NATION. THE HEALTHY CORNER STORE INITIATIVE PROJECT TEAM ALSO WORKED IN 20 SCHOOLS IN PHILADELPHIA AND NORRISTOWN TO EDUCATE YOUNG PEOPLE ABOUT HEALTHY SNACKING. TRUST STAFF PROVIDED GUIDANCE FOR YOUTH TO FORM SNACKIN' FRESH LEADERSHIP CREWS, EACH MADE UP OF ABOUT 10 STUDENT LEADERS WHO WORK TOGETHER TO IMPLEMENT HEALTH-FOCUSED PROJECTS AND EVENTS IN THEIR SCHOOLS TO GET THEIR PEERS EXCITED ABOUT HEALTHY EATING AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY.
YOUTH LEADERSHIP AND THE GET HYPE PHILLY INITIATIVE- THE FOOD TRUST CONTINUED ITS GET HYPE PHILLY! INITIATIVE, A COLLECTIVE OF 10 NONPROFITS LED BY THE FOOD TRUST. THE COLLECTIVE WORKS TO EDUCATE AND EMPOWER PHILADELPHIA TEENS TO PARTICIPATE IN YOUTH LEADERSHIP ACTIVITIES TO PROMOTE HEALTHY EATING AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY, AND BUILD HEALTHIER COMMUNITIES. AS PART OF THIS INITIATIVE, THE FOOD TRUST CONTINUED ITS HYPE (HEALTHY YOU. POSITIVE ENERGY.) YOUTH LEADERSHIP PROGRAM, WHICH INSPIRES MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS TO BECOME LEADERS AND ADVOCATES TO IMPROVE HEALTH AND WELLNESS IN THEIR SCHOOLS AND COMMUNITIES, FOSTERING CHANGE AMONG THEMSELVES, THEIR PEERS AND FAMILIES. THIS PAST YEAR, THE AGENCY'S HYPE STAFF PROVIDED TRAINING AND ASSISTANCE TO DEVELOP YOUTH-LED WELLNESS COUNCILS IN 75 PUBLIC SCHOOLS. DURING THE SCHOOL YEAR, HYPE STUDENT LEADERS ASSESSED THEIR FOOD ENVIRONMENT, THEN DESIGNED AND IMPLEMENTED HEALTHY ACTION PLANS TO INCREASE FOOD AND FITNESS OPPORTUNITIES IN THEIR SCHOOLS AND COMMUNITIES. STUDENT-LED ACTIVITIES INCLUDED HEALTHY SNACK AND BEVERAGE SALES, TASTE TESTS, AND STUDENT PERFORMANCES AND ASSEMBLIES TO PROMOTE PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND GOOD NUTRITION. THE FOOD TRUST ALSO HOSTED TWO YOUTH LEADERSHIP SUMMITS, WHICH EMPOWERED YOUTH LEADERS FROM PHILADELPHIA AND CAMDEN, NEW JERSEY, TO THINK CREATIVELY ABOUT WAYS TO ENCOURAGE HEALTHY LIVING.
Program expenses$1,215,267.00$1,297,954.00$1,141,528.00  
Program descriptionYOUTH LEADERSHIP AND THE GET HYPE PHILLY INITIATIVE- THE FOOD TRUST CONTINUED ITS GET HYPE PHILLY! INITIATIVE, A COLLECTIVE OF 10 NONPROFITS LED BY THE FOOD TRUST. THE COLLECTIVE WORKS TO EDUCATE AND EMPOWER PHILADELPHIA TEENS TO PARTICIPATE IN YOUTH LEADERSHIP ACTIVITIES TO PROMOTE HEALTHY EATING AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY, AND BUILD HEALTHIER COMMUNITIES. AS PART OF THIS INITIATIVE, THE FOOD TRUST CONTINUED ITS HYPE (HEALTHY YOU. POSITIVE ENERGY.) YOUTH LEADERSHIP PROGRAM, WHICH INSPIRES MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS TO BECOME LEADERS AND ADVOCATES TO IMPROVE HEALTH AND WELLNESS IN THEIR SCHOOLS AND COMMUNITIES, FOSTERING CHANGE AMONG THEMSELVES, THEIR PEERS AND FAMILIES. THIS PAST YEAR, THE AGENCY'S HYPE STAFF PROVIDED TRAINING AND ASSISTANCE TO DEVELOP YOUTH-LED WELLNESS COUNCILS IN 75 PUBLIC SCHOOLS. DURING THE SCHOOL YEAR, HYPE STUDENT LEADERS ASSESSED THEIR FOOD ENVIRONMENT, THEN DESIGNED AND IMPLEMENTED HEALTHY ACTION PLANS TO INCREASE FOOD AND FITNESS OPPORTUNITIES IN THEIR SCHOOLS AND COMMUNITIES. STUDENT-LED ACTIVITIES INCLUDED HEALTHY SNACK AND BEVERAGE SALES, TASTE TESTS, AND STUDENT PERFORMANCES AND ASSEMBLIES TO PROMOTE PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND GOOD NUTRITION. THE FOOD TRUST ALSO HOSTED TWO YOUTH LEADERSHIP SUMMITS, WHICH EMPOWERED YOUTH LEADERS FROM PHILADELPHIA AND CAMDEN, NEW JERSEY, TO THINK CREATIVELY ABOUT WAYS TO ENCOURAGE HEALTHY LIVING.YOUTH LEADERSHIP AND THE GET HYPE PHILLY INITIATIVE - IN 2015, THE FOOD TRUST WAS SELECTED TO RECEIVE THE GSK COLLECTIVE IMPACT AWARD FOR PHILADELPHIA, WHICH PROVIDED A THREE-YEAR, $5 MILLION GRANT TO ESTABLISH GET HYPE PHILLY!, A COLLECTIVE OF 10 NONPROFITS, HEADED BY THE FOOD TRUST. THE COLLECTIVE IS WORKING TOGETHER TO EDUCATE AND EMPOWER PHILADELPHIA TEENS TO PARTICIPATE IN YOUTH LEADERSHIP ACTIVITIES TO PROMOTE HEALTHY EATING AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY, AND BUILD HEALTHIER COMMUNITIES. AS PART OF THIS INITIATIVE, THE FOOD TRUST CONTINUED ITS HYPE (HEALTHY YOU. POSITIVE ENERGY.) YOUTH LEADERSHIP PROGRAM, WHICH INSPIRES MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS TO BECOME LEADERS AND ADVOCATES TO IMPROVE HEALTH AND WELLNESS IN THEIR SCHOOLS AND COMMUNITIES, FOSTERING CHANGE AMONG THEMSELVES, THEIR PEERS AND FAMILIES. THIS PAST YEAR, THE AGENCY'S HYPE STAFF PROVIDED TRAINING AND ASSISTANCE TO DEVELOP YOUTH-LED WELLNESS COUNCILS IN MORE THAN 60 PUBLIC SCHOOLS. DURING THE SCHOOL YEAR, HYPE STUDENT LEADERS ASSESSED THEIR FOOD ENVIRONMENT, THEN DESIGNED AND IMPLEMENTED HEALTHY ACTION PLANS TO INCREASE FOOD AND FITNESS OPPORTUNITIES IN THEIR SCHOOLS AND COMMUNITIES. STUDENT-LED ACTIVITIES INCLUDED HEALTHY SNACK AND BEVERAGE SALES, TASTE TESTS, AND STUDENT PERFORMANCES AND ASSEMBLIES TO PROMOTE PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND GOOD NUTRITION. THE FOOD TRUST ALSO HOSTED TWO YOUTH LEADERSHIP SUMMITS, WHICH EMPOWERED YOUTH LEADERS FROM PHILADELPHIA AND CAMDEN, NEW JERSEY, TO THINK CREATIVELY ABOUT WAYS TO ENCOURAGE HEALTHY LIVING. THROUGH A PARTNERSHIP WITH ACTION FOR HEALTHY KIDS, THE FOOD TRUST ALSO PROVIDED TRAINING AND TECHNICAL SUPPORT TO MORE THAN 50 SCHOOLS STATEWIDE TO SUPPORT WELLNESS COUNCILS AND LOCAL WELLNESS POLICIES.YOUTH LEADERSHIP AND THE GET HYPE PHILLY INITIATIVE-THIS PAST YEAR, THE FOOD TRUST WAS SELECTED TO RECEIVE THE GSK COLLECTIVE IMPACT AWARD FOR PHILADELPHIA, WHICH PROVIDED A THREE-YEAR, $5 MILLION GRANT TO ESTABLISH GET HYPE PHILLY!, A COLLECTIVE OF 10 NONPROFITS, HEADED BY THE FOOD TRUST. THE COLLECTIVE IS WORKING TOGETHER TO EDUCATE AND EMPOWER PHILADELPHIA TEENS TO PARTICIPATE IN YOUTH LEADERSHIP ACTIVITIES TO PROMOTE HEALTHY EATING AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY, AND BUILD HEALTHIER COMMUNITIES. AS PART OF THIS INITIATIVE, THE FOOD TRUST CONTINUED ITS HYPE (HEALTHY YOU. POSITIVE ENERGY.) YOUTH LEADERSHIP PROGRAM, WHICH INSPIRES MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS TO BECOME LEADERS AND ADVOCATES TO IMPROVE HEALTH AND WELLNESS IN THEIR SCHOOLS AND COMMUNITIES, FOSTERING CHANGE AMONG THEMSELVES, THEIR PEERS AND FAMILIES. THIS PAST YEAR, THE AGENCY'S HYPE STAFF PROVIDED TRAINING AND ASSISTANCE TO DEVELOP YOUTH-LED WELLNESS COUNCILS IN MORE THAN 50 PUBLIC SCHOOLS. DURING THE SCHOOL YEAR, HYPE STUDENT LEADERS ASSESSED THEIR FOOD ENVIRONMENT, THEN DESIGNED AND IMPLEMENTED HEALTHY ACTION PLANS TO INCREASE FOOD AND FITNESS OPPORTUNITIES IN THEIR SCHOOLS AND COMMUNITIES. STUDENT-LED ACTIVITIES INCLUDED HEALTHY SNACK AND BEVERAGE SALES, TASTE TESTS, AND STUDENT PERFORMANCES AND ASSEMBLIES TO PROMOTE PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND GOOD NUTRITION. THE FOOD TRUST ALSO HOSTED TWO YOUTH LEADERSHIP SUMMITS, WHICH EMPOWERED YOUTH LEADERS FROM PHILADELPHIA AND CAMDEN, NEW JERSEY, TO THINK CREATIVELY ABOUT WAYS TO ENCOURAGE HEALTHY LIVING. THROUGH A PARTNERSHIP WITH ACTION FOR HEALTHY KIDS, THE FOOD TRUST ALSO PROVIDED TRAINING AND TECHNICAL SUPPORT TO MORE THAN 50 SCHOOLS STATEWIDE TO SUPPORT WELLNESS COUNCILS AND LOCAL WELLNESS POLICIES.  
Financial data
Revenue
Total revenue$9,892,153.00$9,486,662.00$9,514,059.00$8,431,562.00$7,370,297.00
Revenue from contributions (total)$7,768,308.00$8,120,242.00$8,704,437.00$7,617,720.00$6,445,457.00
Investment income, current yr$3,433.00$1,998.00$1,181.00$760.00$1,094.00
Total revenue from grants, etc., current yr$7,768,308.00$8,120,242.00$8,704,437.00$7,617,720.00$6,445,457.00
Total unrelated business revenue$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Other revenue, current yr$11,365.00$5,512.00$500.00$8,840.00$19,616.00
Net unrelated business taxable revenue$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Program service revenue (total)$2,109,047.00$1,358,910.00$807,941.00$804,242.00$904,130.00
Gross receipts$9,892,153.00$9,486,662.00$9,514,059.00$8,431,562.00$7,370,297.00
Sources of contributions
Revenue from gov't grants$4,146,576.00$4,379,640.00$4,288,696.00$3,883,546.00$4,261,680.00
Revenue from all other contributions$3,621,732.00$3,740,602.00$4,415,741.00$3,734,174.00$2,183,777.00
Other types of revenue
Miscellaneous revenue (total)$11,365.00$5,512.00$500.00$8,840.00$19,616.00
Income from dividends, interest, and similar investments$3,433.00$1,998.00$1,181.00$760.00$1,094.00
Net rental income  $0.00$0.00$0.00
Expense categories (totals)
Total functional expenses: sum of all$9,835,346.00$9,474,763.00$8,925,283.00$7,780,441.00$7,868,545.00
Total functional expenses: program service $7,891,525.00$7,728,457.00$7,597,340.00$6,332,896.00$6,577,193.00
Total functional expenses: management and general$1,665,710.00$1,429,466.00$1,066,058.00$1,139,524.00$1,055,953.00
Total functional expenses: fundraising$278,111.00$316,840.00$261,885.00$308,021.00$235,399.00
Fees for services
Lobbying fees (total)$15,500.00$15,339.00$12,000.00  
Legal fees (total)$40,600.00$41,600.00$34,400.00  
Fundraising service fees (total)$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
General management fees (total)  $33,830.00  
Assets and liabilities
Total assets$5,213,614.00$5,259,507.00$4,587,274.00$3,448,585.00$2,572,609.00
Total assets, beginning of year$5,259,507.00$4,587,274.00$3,448,585.00$2,572,609.00$3,758,589.00
Total liabilities$1,895,320.00$1,998,020.00$1,337,686.00$787,774.00$562,919.00
Total liabilities, beginning of year$1,998,020.00$1,337,686.00$787,774.00$562,919.00$1,250,651.00
Pledges & accounts receivable, net$697,686.00$880,473.00$1,539,893.00$923,621.00$495,862.00
Unrestricted net assets, end of yr$637,642.00$453,844.00$356,416.00$338,334.00$266,690.00
Temporarily restricted net assets$2,680,652.00$2,807,643.00$2,893,172.00$2,322,477.00$1,743,000.00
Net assets$3,318,294.00$3,261,487.00$3,249,588.00$2,660,811.00$2,009,690.00
Net assets, beginning of year$3,261,487.00$3,249,588.00$2,660,811.00$2,009,690.00$2,507,938.00
Other liabilities$770,561.00$760,588.00$426,959.00$122,817.00$135,745.00
Other assets$15,646.00$34,921.00$47,399.00$33,018.00$33,018.00
Cash: non-interest bearing$1,882,729.00$1,711,126.00$543,291.00$854,655.00$589,477.00
Cash: non-interest bearing, beginning of year$1,711,126.00$543,291.00$854,655.00$589,477.00$1,218,159.00
Other financial variables
Revenue less expenses$56,807.00$11,899.00$588,776.00$651,121.00-$498,248.00
Advertising (total)$54,318.00$36,074.00$35,666.00$59,377.00$65,521.00
Savings & temp cash investment$1,319,573.00$996,291.00$384,376.00$7,305.00$12,954.00
Accounts receivable, net$1,195,100.00$1,468,384.00$1,858,460.00$1,481,575.00$1,378,677.00
Prepaid expenses & deferred charges$70,454.00$104,278.00$115,329.00$5,647.00$9,446.00
Accounts payable & accrued expenses$525,175.00$383,668.00$398,110.00$350,454.00$288,629.00
Deferred revenue$590,747.00$828,274.00$471,749.00$109,435.00$138,545.00
Secured mortgages and notes payable$8,837.00$25,490.00$40,868.00$205,068.00 
Total net assets or fund balances$3,318,294.00$3,261,487.00$3,249,588.00$2,660,811.00$2,009,690.00
Depreciation, depletion, amortization$31,608.00$34,492.00$44,238.00$31,430.00$19,696.00
Governance and accountability
Number of voting members1313141414
Number of independent voting members1313141414
Financial sheets auditedTrueTrueTrueTrueTrue
Relationships among key personnel  TrueTrueTrue
Accrual accountingTrueTrueTrueTrueTrue
Tax year start date2016-10-012015-10-012014-10-012013-10-012012-10-01
Tax year end date2017-09-012016-09-012015-09-012014-09-012013-09-01
Indicators for schedules (selected)
Business transaction with family member  TrueTrueTrue
LobbiedTrueTrueTrueTrueTrue
Metadata about the filing
E-return type: 990, 990EZ, or 990PF990990990990990
Date e-filing submitted2018-05-162017-08-092016-07-222015-07-132014-04-28
IRS schema version2016v3.02015v3.02014v6.02013v4.02012v2.1
Filing identifier201821169349301047201700689349301055201610799349300601201501349349304190201430889349300708
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