GATE BREAKER MINISTRIES CORP

Address
824 E SICILY CT
MERIDIAN, ID 83642
Contact
Website: http://www.gatebreakers.com
Phone: +1 (208) 290-2007
Nonprofit
NTEE: X20 - Christian
EIN: 26-1365463

Mission

THE ORGANIZATION HELPS CHRISTIANS UNDERSTAND THE BELIEFS OF NON-CHRISTIAN RELIGIONS, DEFEND THE PRIMARY TEACHINGS OF HISTORIC CHRISTIANITY, TEACH CHRISTIANS TO PRAY, WITNESS, AND HAVE COMPASSION FOR THOSE WHO ARE WITHOUT CHRIST. IN FOREIGN COUNTRIES, THE ORGANIZATION TRAINS CHRISTIAN LEADERS, PROVIDES MERCY MINISTRIES, STRATEGIZE TO EMPOWER CHRISTIANS AND MAKE CHRISTIANS SUCCESSFUL AS WELL AS CARRY OUT EVANGELISTIC CRUSADES.
 201720162015
Basic features of the organization
Year of formation2008
Subsection501(c)(3)
Organization typeCorporation
Metropolitan statistical area1080
Human resources, including compensation
Summary compensation info
Total compensation of current key personnel$46,575.00$44,000.00$36,270.00
Sum of reportable (W2/1099) compensation$41,775.00$39,200.00$36,270.00
Number of employees111
Number of people compensated >$100k000
Number of highly compensated contractors000
Personnel
Chrisman, Cary
TitleDirectorDirectorDirector
Name of key/compensated personCARY CHRISMANCARY CHRISMANCARY CHRISMAN
Average hours per week working for org4.004.004.00
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
PositionIndividual trustee or directorIndividual trustee or directorIndividual trustee or director
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs $0.00$0.00$0.00
Average hours per week working for related orgs0.000.000.00
Dockins, Brian
TitleDirectorDirectorDirector
Name of key/compensated personBRIAN DOCKINSBRIAN DOCKINSBRIAN DOCKINS
Average hours per week working for org4.004.004.00
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
PositionIndividual trustee or directorIndividual trustee or directorIndividual trustee or director
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs $0.00$0.00$0.00
Average hours per week working for related orgs0.000.000.00
Fleming, Stanley
TitlePresidentPresidentPresident
Name of key/compensated personSTANLEY FLEMINGSTANLEY FLEMINGSTANLEY FLEMING
Average hours per week working for org40.0040.0040.00
Reportable compensation from org$41,775.00$39,200.00$36,270.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs$4,800.00$4,800.00$0.00
PositionIndividual trustee or director, OfficerIndividual trustee or director, OfficerIndividual trustee or director, Officer
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs $0.00$0.00$0.00
Average hours per week working for related orgs0.000.000.00
Hamel, Ron
TitleTreasurerTreasurerTreasurer
Name of key/compensated personRON HAMELRON HAMELRON HAMEL
Average hours per week working for org4.004.004.00
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
PositionIndividual trustee or director, OfficerIndividual trustee or director, OfficerIndividual trustee or director, Officer
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs $0.00$0.00$0.00
Average hours per week working for related orgs0.000.000.00
Starke, Larry
Title  Secretary
Name of key/compensated person  LARRY STARKE
Average hours per week working for org  4.00
Reportable compensation from org  $0.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs  $0.00
Position  Individual trustee or director, Officer
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs   $0.00
Average hours per week working for related orgs  0.00
Purpose: mission, activities & accomplishments
Mission or significant activitiesTHE ORGANIZATION HELPS CHRISTIANS UNDERSTAND THE BELIEFS OF NON-CHRISTIAN RELIGIONS, DEFEND THE PRIMARY TEACHINGS OF HISTORIC CHRISTIANITY, TEACH CHRISTIANS TO PRAY, WITNESS, AND HAVE COMPASSION FOR THOSE WHO ARE WITHOUT CHRIST. IN FOREIGN COUNTRIES, THE ORGANIZATION TRAINS CHRISTIAN LEADERS, PROVIDES MERCY MINISTRIES, STRATEGIZE TO EMPOWER CHRISTIANS AND MAKE CHRISTIANS SUCCESSFUL AS WELL AS CARRY OUT EVANGELISTIC CRUSADES.THE ORGANIZATION HELPS CHRISTIANS UNDERSTAND THE BELIEFS OF NON-CHRISTIAN RELIGIONS, DEFEND THE PRIMARY TEACHINGS OF HISTORIC CHRISTIANITY, TEACH CHRISTIANS TO PRAY, WITNESS, AND HAVE COMPASSION FOR THOSE WHO ARE WITHOUT CHRIST. IN FOREIGN COUNTRIES, THE ORGANIZATION TRAINS CHRISTIAN LEADERS, PROVIDES MERCY MINISTRIES, STRATEGIZE TO EMPOWER CHRISTIANS AND MAKE CHRISTIANS SUCCESSFUL AS WELL AS CARRY OUT EVANGELISTIC CRUSADES.THE ORGANIZATION HELPS CHRISTIANS UNDERSTAND THE BELIEFS OF NON-CHRISTIAN RELIGIONS, DEFEND THE PRIMARY TEACHINGS OF HISTORIC CHRISTIANITY, TEACH CHRISTIANS TO PRAY, WITNESS, AND HAVE COMPASSION FOR THOSE WHO ARE WITHOUT CHRIST. IN FOREIGN COUNTRIES, THE ORGANIZATION TRAINS CHRISTIAN LEADERS, PROVIDES MERCY MINISTRIES, STRATEGIZE TO EMPOWER CHRISTIANS AND MAKE CHRISTIANS SUCCESSFUL AS WELL AS CARRY OUT EVANGELISTIC CRUSADES.
Program expenses (total)$225,909.00$170,833.00$134,718.00
Programs, including revenue & expenses
In 2015, GBM was involved in over 28 ministry events. Some of these were large events with multiple times of teaching and ministry. The ministry events included church services, seminars, Bible schools, intern programs, and other ministry proceedings in Idaho, Oregon, and Washington. The international ministry in 2015 was intense with trips to Israel, Ireland, Pakistan, Tanzania, Zimbabwe, and five times into Kenya. The trip to Israel in February was the second GBM Israel Prayer Tour. There was a team of 13 this time. The goal was intercessory prayer times for Israel and its people. We connected with several ministries in Israel for our times of intercession, and we traveled to Jerusalem, Bethlehem, Nazareth, Dead Sea, the Sea of Galilee, and Beit Shean, and we ministered in a Lebanese Christian Church.I was invited to Ireland at Easter to minister in the Chinese Gospel Church of Dublin, Ireland. I am on the council of the church. There were seven separate church gatherings at which I ministered including the Sunday morning Easter Service as well as a couple of leader meetings. The meetings were split between the main campus in Lucan, Dublin and Downtown Dublin. The topic of the weekend was the Ministries of the Holy Spirit. I also taught at Cornerstone church in Bray on the subject of Islam in the Modern World.In April, I was invited by the ministry of World MAP to go to Pakistan to train pastors at conferences in Lahore, Rawalpindi, Sialkot, and Jakarta. It was estimated that 3,000 Christian leaders were ministered to at these conferences. In Lahore, we also visited two of GBMs schools for slave children in the brickyards and one of the trade schools for women. I was in Nairobi, Kenya, three times to work with Kenya College of Ministry. GBM has partnered with Capital Christian Center of Meridian, Idaho, to help start and teach at KCOM. The school now has approximately 80 students. Most of these are senior pastors. The courses that they take emphasize both theology and practical ministry. The school has grown to now include pastors from the country of Tanzania. We have had three graduations to this point.On the trip to Kcom in August, it was linked with a large pastors conference for the Pentecostal Evangelistic Fellowship of Africa. I was there on behalf of GBM to teach about 1600 Christian leaders.In September, GBM partnered with World MAP to do pastor conferences in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, Massailand, Kenya, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, and Mombasa, Kenya. We ministered to about 1400 pastors in the various conferences, also distributing the Shepherds Staff, a special leadership manual created by World MAP for pastors. Along with the major ministry events of 2015, there were numerous planning meetings for GBM missions. We produced one news digest and two summer reports. There were several events in which I was asked to speak on Islam in the Modern World at various churches. There was a reunion of House of the Lord Christian Academy, a Christian school that I had helped to start in 1980. The school has been going since then. GBM continued to seek new support for starting more schools in Pakistan. In 2015, GBM ended the year with having six trade schools for women and three schools for slave children in the Punjab region. Also, GBM has two churches that it has started there. It was with great sadness in May that I said goodbye to a mentor and spiritual father. Pastor Dave Minor passed away at that time, and he had been my pastor for about 20 years. 2015 was the third year that I taught at Life Bible College in Meridian, Idaho and the fifteenth year at Ecola Bible School. I also continue to be a faculty member of Christian Life School of Theology based in Georgia.
Program expenses  $134,718.00
Program description  In 2015, GBM was involved in over 28 ministry events. Some of these were large events with multiple times of teaching and ministry. The ministry events included church services, seminars, Bible schools, intern programs, and other ministry proceedings in Idaho, Oregon, and Washington. The international ministry in 2015 was intense with trips to Israel, Ireland, Pakistan, Tanzania, Zimbabwe, and five times into Kenya. The trip to Israel in February was the second GBM Israel Prayer Tour. There was a team of 13 this time. The goal was intercessory prayer times for Israel and its people. We connected with several ministries in Israel for our times of intercession, and we traveled to Jerusalem, Bethlehem, Nazareth, Dead Sea, the Sea of Galilee, and Beit Shean, and we ministered in a Lebanese Christian Church.I was invited to Ireland at Easter to minister in the Chinese Gospel Church of Dublin, Ireland. I am on the council of the church. There were seven separate church gatherings at which I ministered including the Sunday morning Easter Service as well as a couple of leader meetings. The meetings were split between the main campus in Lucan, Dublin and Downtown Dublin. The topic of the weekend was the Ministries of the Holy Spirit. I also taught at Cornerstone church in Bray on the subject of Islam in the Modern World.In April, I was invited by the ministry of World MAP to go to Pakistan to train pastors at conferences in Lahore, Rawalpindi, Sialkot, and Jakarta. It was estimated that 3,000 Christian leaders were ministered to at these conferences. In Lahore, we also visited two of GBMs schools for slave children in the brickyards and one of the trade schools for women. I was in Nairobi, Kenya, three times to work with Kenya College of Ministry. GBM has partnered with Capital Christian Center of Meridian, Idaho, to help start and teach at KCOM. The school now has approximately 80 students. Most of these are senior pastors. The courses that they take emphasize both theology and practical ministry. The school has grown to now include pastors from the country of Tanzania. We have had three graduations to this point.On the trip to Kcom in August, it was linked with a large pastors conference for the Pentecostal Evangelistic Fellowship of Africa. I was there on behalf of GBM to teach about 1600 Christian leaders.In September, GBM partnered with World MAP to do pastor conferences in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, Massailand, Kenya, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, and Mombasa, Kenya. We ministered to about 1400 pastors in the various conferences, also distributing the Shepherds Staff, a special leadership manual created by World MAP for pastors. Along with the major ministry events of 2015, there were numerous planning meetings for GBM missions. We produced one news digest and two summer reports. There were several events in which I was asked to speak on Islam in the Modern World at various churches. There was a reunion of House of the Lord Christian Academy, a Christian school that I had helped to start in 1980. The school has been going since then. GBM continued to seek new support for starting more schools in Pakistan. In 2015, GBM ended the year with having six trade schools for women and three schools for slave children in the Punjab region. Also, GBM has two churches that it has started there. It was with great sadness in May that I said goodbye to a mentor and spiritual father. Pastor Dave Minor passed away at that time, and he had been my pastor for about 20 years. 2015 was the third year that I taught at Life Bible College in Meridian, Idaho and the fifteenth year at Ecola Bible School. I also continue to be a faculty member of Christian Life School of Theology based in Georgia.
In 2016, GBM was involved in over 32 ministry events. Some of these were large events with multiple times of teaching and ministry. The ministry events included church services, seminars, Bible schools, intern programs, and other ministry proceedings in Idaho, Oregon, and Washington. The international ministry in 2016 was intense with trips to Israel, Mexico, Pakistan, and three times into Kenya. The trip to Israel in February was the third GBM Israel Prayer Tour. There was a team of 10 this time. The goal was twofold: (1) personal spiritual pilgrimage to the Holy Land, and (2) intercessory prayer times for Israel and its people. We connected with several ministries in Israel for our times of intercession, and we traveled to Jerusalem, Bethlehem, Nazareth, Dead Sea, the Sea of Galilee, and Beit Shean, and we ministered in a Lebanese Christian Church.In May, the trip to Mexico included 14 members. We went to Foundation for His Ministry in Vicente Guerrero, Mexico in the Baja to help with hands-on missions. I taught at the Bible College. For many of our team members, this was their first experience with missions since the trip was organized for the interns at Capital Church in Meridian, Idaho. For the first time in my mission trips to Pakistan, I took an actual team in October rather than just one other individual. This time, there were four of us, including two young women, one of my daughters was one of them. The ministry included numerous open air outreaches, church events, leadership conferences, and ministry visits to GBMs growing number of schools and other ministries. Approximately 4,000 people gave their lives to Christ at our meetings. By the end of 2016, GBM had twelve schools in Pakistan. Six of these are trade schools for women and six are schools for children who are slaves in brick yards. All of these schools are in the Punjab region. The schools for women each have a teacher and about 12 students. They are taught to become seamstresses and beauticians so that they can get jobs. These are Christian schools, but we allow women who are not Christians to also come. Some Muslim women attend these schools. The GBM Hope Schools for slave children each have a teacher with approximately 45 students. The students receive uniforms, desks, curriculum, and are taught Urdu, English, mathematics, science, and Bible. The United Nations refers to these children as slaves. The government of Pakistan does not include them in their school systems, and we have been told that education is the only possible way that these slaves will gain lasting freedom from the indentured, downward-spiraling-bondage system of the brick yard factories. Two churches in the Punjab were started by GBM. These are called Light City churches. Each church now has about 200 people in attendance. Though we do not yet own land, the congregations meet in courtyards and they seem to be doing well. I was in Nairobi, Kenya, three times to work with Kenya College of Ministry. GBM has partnered with Capital Christian Center of Meridian, Idaho, to help start and teach at KCOM. The school has approximately 80 students in either the three-year diploma course while others are working on a thesis for a degree. Most of the students are senior pastors. The courses that they take emphasize both theology and practical ministry. The school has grown to now include pastors from the country of Tanzania and various parts of Kenya. We have had four graduations to this point. Of note in the August ministry in Kenya is that my wife Kathleen went with me. This was the first time that she has gone. Besides teaching at Kenya College of Ministry, we taught at a conference in Navaisha and Kathleen taught at a womens conference in Thika. She published her book entitled Joan and the Fish: A Study of the Book of Jonah. The women at the womens conference and the pastors at Kcom were each given one of these books. Along with the major ministry events of 2016, there were numerous planning meetings for GBM missions, counseling times, pastor gatherings, etc. We produced two news digests and a fall report. Two missionaries asked to be associated with GBM. The GBM board decided to bring them in under the covering of the ministry.
Program expenses $170,833.00 
Program description In 2016, GBM was involved in over 32 ministry events. Some of these were large events with multiple times of teaching and ministry. The ministry events included church services, seminars, Bible schools, intern programs, and other ministry proceedings in Idaho, Oregon, and Washington. The international ministry in 2016 was intense with trips to Israel, Mexico, Pakistan, and three times into Kenya. The trip to Israel in February was the third GBM Israel Prayer Tour. There was a team of 10 this time. The goal was twofold: (1) personal spiritual pilgrimage to the Holy Land, and (2) intercessory prayer times for Israel and its people. We connected with several ministries in Israel for our times of intercession, and we traveled to Jerusalem, Bethlehem, Nazareth, Dead Sea, the Sea of Galilee, and Beit Shean, and we ministered in a Lebanese Christian Church.In May, the trip to Mexico included 14 members. We went to Foundation for His Ministry in Vicente Guerrero, Mexico in the Baja to help with hands-on missions. I taught at the Bible College. For many of our team members, this was their first experience with missions since the trip was organized for the interns at Capital Church in Meridian, Idaho. For the first time in my mission trips to Pakistan, I took an actual team in October rather than just one other individual. This time, there were four of us, including two young women, one of my daughters was one of them. The ministry included numerous open air outreaches, church events, leadership conferences, and ministry visits to GBMs growing number of schools and other ministries. Approximately 4,000 people gave their lives to Christ at our meetings. By the end of 2016, GBM had twelve schools in Pakistan. Six of these are trade schools for women and six are schools for children who are slaves in brick yards. All of these schools are in the Punjab region. The schools for women each have a teacher and about 12 students. They are taught to become seamstresses and beauticians so that they can get jobs. These are Christian schools, but we allow women who are not Christians to also come. Some Muslim women attend these schools. The GBM Hope Schools for slave children each have a teacher with approximately 45 students. The students receive uniforms, desks, curriculum, and are taught Urdu, English, mathematics, science, and Bible. The United Nations refers to these children as slaves. The government of Pakistan does not include them in their school systems, and we have been told that education is the only possible way that these slaves will gain lasting freedom from the indentured, downward-spiraling-bondage system of the brick yard factories. Two churches in the Punjab were started by GBM. These are called Light City churches. Each church now has about 200 people in attendance. Though we do not yet own land, the congregations meet in courtyards and they seem to be doing well. I was in Nairobi, Kenya, three times to work with Kenya College of Ministry. GBM has partnered with Capital Christian Center of Meridian, Idaho, to help start and teach at KCOM. The school has approximately 80 students in either the three-year diploma course while others are working on a thesis for a degree. Most of the students are senior pastors. The courses that they take emphasize both theology and practical ministry. The school has grown to now include pastors from the country of Tanzania and various parts of Kenya. We have had four graduations to this point. Of note in the August ministry in Kenya is that my wife Kathleen went with me. This was the first time that she has gone. Besides teaching at Kenya College of Ministry, we taught at a conference in Navaisha and Kathleen taught at a womens conference in Thika. She published her book entitled Joan and the Fish: A Study of the Book of Jonah. The women at the womens conference and the pastors at Kcom were each given one of these books. Along with the major ministry events of 2016, there were numerous planning meetings for GBM missions, counseling times, pastor gatherings, etc. We produced two news digests and a fall report. Two missionaries asked to be associated with GBM. The GBM board decided to bring them in under the covering of the ministry. 
In 2017, GBM was involved in over 29 ministry events. Some of these were large events with multiple times of teaching and ministry. The ministry events included church services, seminars, Bible schools, intern programs, and other ministry proceedings out of the country and in Idaho, Oregon, and Nevada. The international ministry in 2017 included four trips to Kenya. I was in Nairobi, Kenya, three times to work with Kenya College of Ministry. GBM has partnered with Capital Christian Center of Meridian, Idaho, to help start and teach at KCOM. The school has approximately 80 students in either the three-year diploma course while others are working on a thesis for a degree. Most of the students are senior pastors. The courses that they take emphasize both theology and practical ministry. The school has grown to now include pastors from the country of Tanzania and various parts of Kenya. We have had five graduations to this point. Of note, in the August ministry in Kenya, I was asked, along with another pastor, to speak at a large conference of pastors in Massailand. Over one thousand Christian leaders were in attendance. In September, I traveled back to Kenya in partnership with World MAP ministries to host and teach at two other conferences for pastors. One of these conferences was held south of Nairobi in a small community and the other west of Nairobi in the Rift Valley in the city of Narok. Hundreds of pastors were taught and encouraged. By the end of 2017, GBM had eighteen schools in Pakistan. Six of these are trade schools for women and twelve are schools for children who are slaves in brick yards. All of these schools are in the Punjab region. The schools for women each have a teacher and about 12 students. They are taught to become seamstresses and beauticians so that they can get jobs. These are Christian schools, but we allow women who are not Christians to also come. Some Muslim women attend these schools. We have had 200 women graduate from our trade schools since 2009. The GBM Hope Schools for slave children each have a teacher with approximately 45 students. The students receive uniforms, desks, curriculum, and are taught Urdu, English, mathematics, science, and Bible. The United Nations refers to these children as slaves. The government of Pakistan does not include them in their school systems, and we have been told that education is the only possible way that these slaves will gain lasting freedom from the indentured, downward-spiraling-bondage system of the brick yard factories. Two churches in the Punjab were started by GBM. These are called Light City churches. Each church now has about 200 people in attendance. Though we do not yet own land, the congregations meet in courtyards and they seem to be doing well. In 2017, we helped one of these churches with a building program. I published two more books in 2017. These included Allah Weeps: A Christian Perspective of Modern Radical Islam and Pathways: What You Believe Really Matters. These can both be purchases on Amazon.com.Along with the major ministry events of 2017, there were numerous planning meetings for GBM missions, counseling times, pastor gatherings, etc. We produced two news digests. All News Digest, along with other articles are located on our website at www.gatebreakers.com.
Program expenses$225,909.00  
Program descriptionIn 2017, GBM was involved in over 29 ministry events. Some of these were large events with multiple times of teaching and ministry. The ministry events included church services, seminars, Bible schools, intern programs, and other ministry proceedings out of the country and in Idaho, Oregon, and Nevada. The international ministry in 2017 included four trips to Kenya. I was in Nairobi, Kenya, three times to work with Kenya College of Ministry. GBM has partnered with Capital Christian Center of Meridian, Idaho, to help start and teach at KCOM. The school has approximately 80 students in either the three-year diploma course while others are working on a thesis for a degree. Most of the students are senior pastors. The courses that they take emphasize both theology and practical ministry. The school has grown to now include pastors from the country of Tanzania and various parts of Kenya. We have had five graduations to this point. Of note, in the August ministry in Kenya, I was asked, along with another pastor, to speak at a large conference of pastors in Massailand. Over one thousand Christian leaders were in attendance. In September, I traveled back to Kenya in partnership with World MAP ministries to host and teach at two other conferences for pastors. One of these conferences was held south of Nairobi in a small community and the other west of Nairobi in the Rift Valley in the city of Narok. Hundreds of pastors were taught and encouraged. By the end of 2017, GBM had eighteen schools in Pakistan. Six of these are trade schools for women and twelve are schools for children who are slaves in brick yards. All of these schools are in the Punjab region. The schools for women each have a teacher and about 12 students. They are taught to become seamstresses and beauticians so that they can get jobs. These are Christian schools, but we allow women who are not Christians to also come. Some Muslim women attend these schools. We have had 200 women graduate from our trade schools since 2009. The GBM Hope Schools for slave children each have a teacher with approximately 45 students. The students receive uniforms, desks, curriculum, and are taught Urdu, English, mathematics, science, and Bible. The United Nations refers to these children as slaves. The government of Pakistan does not include them in their school systems, and we have been told that education is the only possible way that these slaves will gain lasting freedom from the indentured, downward-spiraling-bondage system of the brick yard factories. Two churches in the Punjab were started by GBM. These are called Light City churches. Each church now has about 200 people in attendance. Though we do not yet own land, the congregations meet in courtyards and they seem to be doing well. In 2017, we helped one of these churches with a building program. I published two more books in 2017. These included Allah Weeps: A Christian Perspective of Modern Radical Islam and Pathways: What You Believe Really Matters. These can both be purchases on Amazon.com.Along with the major ministry events of 2017, there were numerous planning meetings for GBM missions, counseling times, pastor gatherings, etc. We produced two news digests. All News Digest, along with other articles are located on our website at www.gatebreakers.com.  
Financial data
Expense categories (totals)
Sum (total functional expenses)$242,558.00$193,668.00$150,222.00
Program services (total functional expenses)$225,909.00$170,833.00$134,718.00
Management & general (total functional expenses)$11,991.00$18,435.00$11,877.00
Fundraising (total functional expenses)$4,658.00$4,400.00$3,627.00
Revenue
Total revenue$240,779.00$244,816.00$141,559.00
Program service revenue (total)$0.00$0.00$0.00
Revenue from contributions (total)$239,025.00$245,599.00$141,613.00
Investment income$0.00$0.00$0.00
Total unrelated business revenue$0.00$0.00$0.00
Other revenue, current yr$1,754.00-$783.00-$54.00
Total revenue from grants, etc., current yr$239,025.00$245,599.00$141,613.00
Gross receipts$242,931.00$247,031.00$142,972.00
Sources of contributions
Revenue from all other contributions$239,025.00$245,599.00$141,613.00
Other types of revenue
Royalties (total)$0.00$0.00$0.00
Miscellaneous revenue (total)$0.00$0.00$0.00
Net revenue from gaming (total)$0.00$0.00$0.00
Income from dividends, interest, and similar investments$0.00$0.00$0.00
Net rental income$0.00$0.00$0.00
Net income from fundraising events$0.00$0.00$0.00
Net inventory sales (total)$1,754.00-$783.00-$54.00
Fees for services
Lobbying fees (total)$0.00$0.00$0.00
Legal fees (total)$0.00$0.00$0.00
Fundraising service fees (total)$0.00$0.00$0.00
General management fees (total)$0.00$0.00$0.00
Investment management fees (total)$0.00$0.00$0.00
Accounting service fees (total)$900.00$0.00$1,329.00
Assets and liabilities
Total assets$70,673.00$72,452.00$21,304.00
Total assets, beginning of year$72,452.00$21,304.00$29,967.00
Total liabilities$0.00$0.00$0.00
Pledges & accounts receivable, net$0.00$0.00$0.00
Loans & receivables from key persons$0.00$0.00$0.00
Net assets$70,673.00$72,452.00$21,304.00
Net assets, beginning of year$72,452.00$21,304.00$29,967.00
Intangible assets$0.00$0.00$0.00
Other assets$0.00$0.00$0.00
Investments: other securities$0.00$0.00$0.00
Investments: publicly traded securities$0.00$0.00$0.00
Cash: non-interest bearing$10,615.00$70,799.00$19,304.00
Cash: non-interest bearing, beginning of year$70,799.00$19,304.00$28,625.00
Investments: program-related$0.00$0.00$0.00
Inventories for sale or use$500.00$700.00$700.00
Other financial variables
Revenue less expenses-$1,779.00$51,148.00-$8,663.00
Advertising (total)$1,414.00$1,887.00$2,102.00
Savings & temp cash investment$58,924.00$0.00$0.00
Accounts receivable, net$0.00$0.00$0.00
Prepaid expenses & deferred charges$0.00$0.00$0.00
Total net assets or fund balances$70,673.00$72,452.00$21,304.00
Depreciation, depletion, amortization$319.00$347.00$529.00
Payment to affiliates$50.00$6,780.00$200.00
Governance and accountability
Number of voting members445
Number of independent voting members334
Tax year start date2017-01-012016-01-012015-01-01
Tax year end date2017-12-312016-12-312015-12-31
Accounting methodCashCashCash
Indicators for schedules (selected)
Grants to domestic org/gov't >$5kTrueTrue 
Metadata about the filing
E-return type990990990
Date e-filing submitted2018-10-302017-12-212016-12-08
IRS schema version2017v2.22016v3.02015v2.0
Filing identifier201821559349300742201713039349300446201612079349301321
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