DELIVER THE DIFFERENCEINC

Address
P O BOX 950
EUSTIS, FL 32727
Contact
Website: http://deliverthedifference.org
Phone: +1 (352) 343-6700
Nonprofit
NTEE: T50 - Philanthropy, Charity, Voluntarism Promotion, General
EIN: 27-4259136

Mission

Globally, empower people to break the cycle of poverty
 2015201420132012
Basic features of the organization
Year of formation2012
Subsection code03
PF filing required0   
Metropolitan statistical area5960
Form of organization
CorporationTrue
Human resources, including compensation
Summary compensation info
Total compensation of current key personnel$45,000.00$31,200.00$23,200.00 
Sum of reportable (W2/1099) compensation$45,000.00$57,200.00$23,800.00 
Number of employees557 
Number of people compensated >$100k  0 
Number of volunteers174917492237 
Number of highly compensated contractors  0 
Personnel
Bostic, Bob
Title   Founder/Director
Name of key/compensated person   Bob Bostic
Officer, director, trustee, or key employee   True
Reportable compensation from org   $0.00
Bostic, Mairi
TitleSEC&TREAS/DIRSEC&TREAS/DIRDIRECTORFounder
Name of key/compensated personMAIRI BOSTICMAIRI BOSTICMAIRI BOSTICMairi Bostic
Officer, director, trustee, or key employee   True
Reportable compensation from org$21,000.00$26,000.00$2,400.00$0.00
Bostic, Robert
TitlePRESIDENT/DIRPRESIDENT/DIROFFICER 
Name of key/compensated personROBERT E BOSTICROBERT E BOSTICROBERT E BOSTIC 
Reportable compensation from org$24,000.00$31,200.00$20,800.00 
Braddock, Robert
Title DIRECTORDIRECTOR 
Name of key/compensated person ROBERT BRADDOCKROBERT BRADDOCK 
Reportable compensation from org $0.00$600.00 
Nebel, Wally
TitleDIRECTORDIRECTORDIRECTORDirector
Name of key/compensated personWALLY NEBELWALLY NEBELWALLY NEBELWally Nebel
Officer, director, trustee, or key employee   True
Reportable compensation from org$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Osteen, Debra
Title   Director
Name of key/compensated person   Debra Osteen
Officer, director, trustee, or key employee   True
Reportable compensation from org   $0.00
Prescott, Mark
Title  DIRECTORDirector
Name of key/compensated person  MARK PRESCOTTMark Prescott
Officer, director, trustee, or key employee   True
Reportable compensation from org  $0.00$0.00
Prescott, Sue
Title  DIRECTOR 
Name of key/compensated person  SUE PRESCOTT 
Reportable compensation from org  $0.00 
Walker, Melissa
Title DIRECTOR  
Name of key/compensated person MELISSA WALKER  
Reportable compensation from org $0.00  
Purpose: mission, activities, & accomplishments
Mission or significant activitiesGlobally, empower people to break the cycle of poverty through life skills & nutrition. We render aid & relief in disasters. Locally & abroad we provide food & clothing. Also water, shelter & assistance are provided by partnering with organ. reaching schools, orphanages, churches & communities.Globally, empower people to break the cycle of poverty through life skills & nutrition. We render aid & relief in disasters. Locally & abroad we provide food & clothing. Also water, shelter & assistance are provided by partnering with organ. reaching schools, orphanages, churches & communities.Globally, empower people to break the cycle of poverty through life skills & nutrition. We render aid & relief in disasters. Locally & abroad we provide food & clothering. Also water, shelter & assistance are provided by partnering with organ. reaching schools, orphanages & churches. 
Primary exempt purpose   Feeding the hungry.
Program service expenses, total$580,218.00$957,235.00$539,121.00 
Programs, including revenue & expenses
DISASTER RELIEF PROGRAM: GOODS DONATED FOR DISASTER RELIEF WERE 66,050. MEALS WERE SHIPPED TO THE PHILIPPINES IN RESPONSE TO THE TYPHOON. IN THE UNITED STATES, WE PARTNER WITH LOCAL ORGANIZATION LOCATED IN THE DISASTER AREA TO DETERMINE WHAT IS NEEDED. WE COLLECT FOOD, ITEMS & FUNDS TO AID THE RELIEF EFFORT AND SHIP SAME TO THE DISASTER AREA. DURING 2013 WE PARTNERED WITH TWO ORGAN. TO PROVIDE A 53' TRACTOR TRAILER LOADED WITH SUPPLIES TO MOORE, OK.
Program expenses  $74,405.00 
Program revenue  $74,323.00 
Program description  DISASTER RELIEF PROGRAM: GOODS DONATED FOR DISASTER RELIEF WERE 66,050. MEALS WERE SHIPPED TO THE PHILIPPINES IN RESPONSE TO THE TYPHOON. IN THE UNITED STATES, WE PARTNER WITH LOCAL ORGANIZATION LOCATED IN THE DISASTER AREA TO DETERMINE WHAT IS NEEDED. WE COLLECT FOOD, ITEMS & FUNDS TO AID THE RELIEF EFFORT AND SHIP SAME TO THE DISASTER AREA. DURING 2013 WE PARTNERED WITH TWO ORGAN. TO PROVIDE A 53' TRACTOR TRAILER LOADED WITH SUPPLIES TO MOORE, OK. 
DONATIONS OF GOODS PROVIDED FOR THIS GROUP OF PROGRAMS WERE 264,200. LOCAL PROGRAMS: KIDSPACK PROGRAM: PARTNER WITH LOCAL SCHOOLS TO DISTR. FOOD TO NEEDY KIDS OVER WEEKENDS & SCHOOL BREAKS. THIS PROGRAM OPERATES IN 16 SCHOOLS & PROVIDES OVER 500 CHILDREN WITH FOOD. HUNGER SHMUNGER PROGRAM: PACKAGE & DISTR. RICE/SOY CASSEROLE USED AS A BASE FOR NUTRITIOUS MEALS. DISTRIBUTED THROUGH PARTNERSHIPS WITH LOCAL FOOD PANTRIES & FEEDING ORGAN. WORLD-WIDE. OVER 350,000 MEALS WERE PROVIDED IN 2013. CLOTHING PROGRAM: WINTER CLOTHING WAS COLLECTED & DISTR. TO HOMELESS INDIV. HOLIDAY PROGRAM: OVER 1000 FAMILIES WERE PROVIDED WITH ENTIRE THANKSGIVING DINNERS.
Program expenses  $445,918.00 
Program revenue  $451,717.00 
Program description  DONATIONS OF GOODS PROVIDED FOR THIS GROUP OF PROGRAMS WERE 264,200. LOCAL PROGRAMS: KIDSPACK PROGRAM: PARTNER WITH LOCAL SCHOOLS TO DISTR. FOOD TO NEEDY KIDS OVER WEEKENDS & SCHOOL BREAKS. THIS PROGRAM OPERATES IN 16 SCHOOLS & PROVIDES OVER 500 CHILDREN WITH FOOD. HUNGER SHMUNGER PROGRAM: PACKAGE & DISTR. RICE/SOY CASSEROLE USED AS A BASE FOR NUTRITIOUS MEALS. DISTRIBUTED THROUGH PARTNERSHIPS WITH LOCAL FOOD PANTRIES & FEEDING ORGAN. WORLD-WIDE. OVER 350,000 MEALS WERE PROVIDED IN 2013. CLOTHING PROGRAM: WINTER CLOTHING WAS COLLECTED & DISTR. TO HOMELESS INDIV. HOLIDAY PROGRAM: OVER 1000 FAMILIES WERE PROVIDED WITH ENTIRE THANKSGIVING DINNERS. 
INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM: FEEDING=HUNGER SHMUNGER MEALS ARE DISTR. AROUND THE WORLD. THESE MEALS ARE PROVIDED THROUGH OUR PARTNERS & DIRECTLY, TO COUNTRIES WHERE THE POPULATION IS STRUGGLING WITH MALNUTRITION & STARVATION. OVER 100,000 MEALS WERE SHIPPPED & DISTR. IN HAITI. OTHER NEEDS PROGRAM: WE WORK WITH OTHER ORGANIZATIONS THAT PROVIDE EDUCATION, AND ADDRESS THE CHILDRENS PHYSICAL & MENTAL NEEDS AS WELL.
Program expenses  $18,798.00 
Program revenue  $19,303.00 
Program description  INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM: FEEDING=HUNGER SHMUNGER MEALS ARE DISTR. AROUND THE WORLD. THESE MEALS ARE PROVIDED THROUGH OUR PARTNERS & DIRECTLY, TO COUNTRIES WHERE THE POPULATION IS STRUGGLING WITH MALNUTRITION & STARVATION. OVER 100,000 MEALS WERE SHIPPPED & DISTR. IN HAITI. OTHER NEEDS PROGRAM: WE WORK WITH OTHER ORGANIZATIONS THAT PROVIDE EDUCATION, AND ADDRESS THE CHILDRENS PHYSICAL & MENTAL NEEDS AS WELL. 
INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM: HAITI: IN HAITI WE HAVE TAKEN A NEW APPROACH TO FEEDING PEOPLE FROM JUST GIVING A HAND OUT TO GIVING A HAND UP. INSTEAD OF PACKING MEALS IN AMERICA AND SHIPPING THEM TO HAITI, WE BEGAN PACKAGING MEALS IN HAITI. WE ARE USING INGREDIENTS WE CAN PURCHASE SUCH AS RICE FROM LOCAL FARMERS AND USING VOLUNTEERS FROM THE LOCAL CHURCH TO PACKAGE THE MEALS AND DISTRIBUTE THEM TO THE LOCAL SCHOOLS AND ORPHANAGES. IN 2015 OVER 275,000 MEALS WERE DISTRIBUTED TO SCHOOLS AND ORPHANAGES TH
Program expenses$7,287.00$36,500.00  
Program revenue$9,065.00$36,500.00  
Program descriptionINTERNATIONAL PROGRAM: HAITI: IN HAITI WE HAVE TAKEN A NEW APPROACH TO FEEDING PEOPLE FROM JUST GIVING A HAND OUT TO GIVING A HAND UP. INSTEAD OF PACKING MEALS IN AMERICA AND SHIPPING THEM TO HAITI, WE BEGAN PACKAGING MEALS IN HAITI. WE ARE USING INGREDIENTS WE CAN PURCHASE SUCH AS RICE FROM LOCAL FARMERS AND USING VOLUNTEERS FROM THE LOCAL CHURCH TO PACKAGE THE MEALS AND DISTRIBUTE THEM TO THE LOCAL SCHOOLS AND ORPHANAGES. IN 2015 OVER 275,000 MEALS WERE DISTRIBUTED TO SCHOOLS AND ORPHANAGES THINTERNATIONAL PROGRAM: HAITI: IN HAITI WE HAVE TAKEN A NEW APPROACH TO FEEDING PEOPLE FROM JUST GIVING A HAND OUT TO GIVING A HAND UP. INSTEAD OF PACKING MEALS IN AMERICA AND SHIPPING THEM TO HAITI, WE BEGAN PACKAGING MEALS IN HAITI. WE ARE USING INGREDIENTS WE CAN PURCHASE SUCH AS RICE FROM LOCAL FARMERS AND USING VOLUNTEERS FROM THE LOCAL CHURCH TO PACKAGE THE MEALS AND DISTRIBUTE THEM TO THE LOCAL SCHOOLS AND ORPHANAGES. IN 2014 OVER 150,000 MEALS WERE DISTRIBUTED TO SCHOOLS AND ORPHANAGES TH  
LOCAL PROGRAMS & DIASTER RELIEF: DONATIONS OF GOODS PROVIDED FOR THIS GROUP OF PROGRAMS WAS 349,012. OVER 4,118 INDIVIDUALS RECEIVED FOOD DURING AN AVERAGE MONTH IN THE CENTRAL FLORIDA AREA. KIDSPACK PROGRAM: PARTNER WITH LAKE COUNTY FL SCHOOLS TO PROVIDE AND DISTR. MEALS TO THE CHILDREN IN NEED THE 185 DAYS PER YEAR THEY ARE NOT IN SCHOOL. THIS PROGRAM IS CURRENTLY IN 18 SCHOOLS AND PROVIDES OVER 600 CHILDREN WITH MEALS. SENIORPACK PROGRAM: EACH MONTH WE PROVIDE 120 LOW INCOME SENIORS THAT HAVE BEEN HAVING TO DECIDE BETWEEN GETTING THEIR PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED OR BUYING GROCERIES. PANTRY PROVISIONS: THIS PROGRAM PROVIDES OVER 5,000 LBS OF FOOD. MOBILE FOOD PANTRY: WE PARTNER WITH LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS TO PROVIDE A FOOD PANTRY IN AREAS THAT ARE NOT SERVED BY A FIXED FOOD PANTRY. WE TAKE THE FOOD AND PROVIDE THE KNOWLEDGE AND THE LOCAL ORGAN. PROVIDES THE VOLUNTEERS. WE SERVE OVER 1,000 FAMILIES PER MONTH IN BOTH THE COMMUNITY AND LOW INCOME SENIORS. HOLIDAY MEALS: DURING THE HOLIDAYS, MANY FIND THEMSELVES WITHOUT FOOD FOR A HOLIDAY MEAL. BETWEEN THANKSGIVING AND CHRISTMAS 500 FAMILIES WERE GIVEN COMPLETE THANKSGIVNG MEALS. URGENT NEEDS: THIS PROGRAM USES SOCIAL MEDIA TO MEET THE NEEDS OF THOSE THAT FIND THEMSELVES IN NEED BUT NOT HAVING THE RESOURCES TO MEET THE NEED.
Program expenses$572,931.00$920,735.00  
Program revenue$226,706.00$931,457.00  
Program descriptionLOCAL PROGRAMS & DIASTER RELIEF: DONATIONS OF GOODS PROVIDED FOR THIS GROUP OF PROGRAMS WAS 349,012. OVER 4,118 INDIVIDUALS RECEIVED FOOD DURING AN AVERAGE MONTH IN THE CENTRAL FLORIDA AREA. KIDSPACK PROGRAM: PARTNER WITH LAKE COUNTY FL SCHOOLS TO PROVIDE AND DISTR. MEALS TO THE CHILDREN IN NEED THE 185 DAYS PER YEAR THEY ARE NOT IN SCHOOL. THIS PROGRAM IS CURRENTLY IN 18 SCHOOLS AND PROVIDES OVER 600 CHILDREN WITH MEALS. SENIORPACK PROGRAM: EACH MONTH WE PROVIDE 120 LOW INCOME SENIORS THAT HAVE BEEN HAVING TO DECIDE BETWEEN GETTING THEIR PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED OR BUYING GROCERIES. PANTRY PROVISIONS: THIS PROGRAM PROVIDES OVER 5,000 LBS OF FOOD. MOBILE FOOD PANTRY: WE PARTNER WITH LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS TO PROVIDE A FOOD PANTRY IN AREAS THAT ARE NOT SERVED BY A FIXED FOOD PANTRY. WE TAKE THE FOOD AND PROVIDE THE KNOWLEDGE AND THE LOCAL ORGAN. PROVIDES THE VOLUNTEERS. WE SERVE OVER 1,000 FAMILIES PER MONTH IN BOTH THE COMMUNITY AND LOW INCOME SENIORS. HOLIDAY MEALS: DURING THE HOLIDAYS, MANY FIND THEMSELVES WITHOUT FOOD FOR A HOLIDAY MEAL. BETWEEN THANKSGIVING AND CHRISTMAS 500 FAMILIES WERE GIVEN COMPLETE THANKSGIVNG MEALS. URGENT NEEDS: THIS PROGRAM USES SOCIAL MEDIA TO MEET THE NEEDS OF THOSE THAT FIND THEMSELVES IN NEED BUT NOT HAVING THE RESOURCES TO MEET THE NEED.DONATIONS OF GOODS PROVIDED FOR THIS GROUP OF PROGRAMS WERE 726,318. IN 2014 WE AVERAGED OVER 60,000LBS OF FOOD COMING IN AND GOING OUT EACH MONTH AND OVER 10,000 INDIVIDUALS RECEIVED FOOD DURING AN AVERAGE MONTH IN THE CENTRAL FLORIDA AREA. LOCAL PROGRAMS: KIDSPACK PROGRAM: PARTNER WITH LAKE COUNTY FL SCHOOLS TO PROVIDE AND DISTR. MEALS TO THE CHILDREN IN NEED THE 185 DAYS PER YEAR THEY ARE NOT IN SCHOOL. THIS PROGRAM IS CURRENTLY IN 18 SCHOOLS AND PROVIDES OVER 600 CHILDREN WITH MEALS. SENIORPACK PROGRAM: EACH MONTH WE PROVIDE OVER 100 BAGS OF FOOD TO LOW INCOME SENIORS THAT HAVE BEEN HAVING TO DECIDE BETWEEN GETTING THEIR PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED OR BUYING GROCERIES. PANTRY PROVISIONS: THIS PROGRAM PROVIDES 31 LOCAL FOOD PANTRIES WITH THE FOOD THEY NEED TO DISTRIBUTE TO THE COMMUNITY. MOBILE FOOD PANTRY: WE PARTNER WITH LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS TO PROVIDE A FOOD PANTRY IN AREAS THAT ARE NOT SERVED BY A FIXED FOOD PANTRY. WE TAKE THE FOOD AND PROVIDE THE KNOWLEDGE AND THE LOCAL ORGAN. PROVIDES THE VOLUNTEERS. WE HAVE 6 OF THESE EACH MONTH SERVING BOTH THE COMMUNITY AND LOW INCOME SENIOR HOUSING. HOLIDAY MEALS: DURING THE HOLIDAYS, MANY FIND THEMSELVES WITHOUT FOOD FOR A HOLIDAY MEAL. BETWEEN THANKSGIVING AND CHRISTMAS OVER 20,000 MEALS WERE GIVEN OUT TO FAMILIES AND INDIVIDUALS IN THE AREA. HUNDREDS OF FAMILIES GOT A FROZEN TURKEY AND ALL THE TRIMMINGS. FAMILIES LIVING IN MOTELS GOT A COMPLETE TURKEY OR HAM DINNER WITH ALL THE FIXINS JUST NEEDING TO BE WARMED IN A MICROWAVE AND HUNDREDS OF INDIVIDUALS WERE SERVED HOT MEALS AT TWO DIFFERENT LOCATIONS IN LAKE COUNTY FLORIDA. URGENT NEEDS: THIS PROGRAM USES SOCIAL MEDIA TO MEET THE NEEDS OF THOSE THAT FIND THEMSELVES IN NEED BUT NOT HAVING THE RESOURCES TO MEET THE NEED.  
Financial data
Revenue
Total revenue$584,463.00$978,716.00$606,360.00$133,695.00
Revenue from contributions (total)$348,692.00$741,743.00$391,417.00$133,009.00
Revenue from noncash contributions $726,318.00$341,550.00 
Investment income, current yr$0.00-$4,666.00$0.00$0.00
Total revenue from grants, etc., current yr$348,692.00$741,743.00$391,417.00 
Total unrelated business revenue$0.00$0.00$0.00 
Other revenue, current yr$0.00$0.00$0.00 
Program service revenue (total)$235,771.00$241,639.00$214,943.00$0.00
Gross receipts$584,463.00$983,382.00$606,360.00 
Sources of contributions
Revenue from all other contributions$348,692.00$741,743.00$391,417.00 
Other types of revenue
Net rental income$0.00$0.00$0.00 
Expense categories (totals)
Total functional expenses: sum of all$602,955.00$996,480.00$596,074.00 
Total functional expenses: program service $580,218.00$957,235.00$539,121.00 
Total functional expenses: management and general$19,637.00$18,980.00$32,365.00 
Total functional expenses: fundraising$3,100.00$20,265.00$24,588.00 
Fees for services
Fundraising service fees (total)$0.00$0.00$0.00 
Assets and liabilities
Total assets$25,775.00$48,947.00$48,524.00$9,139.00
Total assets, beginning of year$48,947.00$48,524.00$21,590.00$3.00
Total liabilities$58,736.00$47,803.00$29,616.00$6,345.00
Total liabilities, beginning of year$63,568.00$29,616.00$12,968.00$1.00
Unrestricted net assets, end of yr-$32,961.00$1,144.00$18,908.00 
Net assets-$32,961.00$1,144.00$18,908.00$14,434.00
Net assets, beginning of year-$14,621.00$18,908.00$8,622.00 
Other liabilities  $86.00 
Cash: non-interest bearing$3,067.00$18,764.00$3,506.00 
Cash: non-interest bearing, beginning of year$18,764.00$3,506.00$21,590.00 
Other financial variables
Revenue less expenses-$18,492.00-$17,764.00$10,286.00 
Advertising (total)$4,266.00$7,216.00$2,135.00 
Savings & temp cash investment$50.00   
Prepaid expenses & deferred charges$5,603.00   
Accounts payable & accrued expenses$2,272.00$4,835.00  
Deferred revenue $17,715.00  
Unsecured notes & loans to unrelated parties$36,000.00   
Secured mortgages and notes payable$20,464.00$25,253.00$29,530.00 
Total net assets or fund balances-$32,961.00$1,144.00$18,908.00 
Depreciation, depletion, amortization$10,585.00$16,203.00$20,933.00 
Payment to affiliates$2,944.00$4,245.00$2,680.00 
Governance and accountability
Number of voting members356 
Number of independent voting members133 
Relationships among key personnelTrueTrueTrue 
Cash accounting   True
Accrual accountingTrueTrueTrue 
Tax year start date2015-01-012014-01-012013-01-012012-01-01
Tax year end date2015-12-012014-12-012013-12-012012-12-01
Metadata about the filing
E-return type: 990, 990EZ, or 990PF990990990990EZ
Reason for form submission
Address changeTrue True 
Date e-filing submitted2017-02-172015-08-052014-10-202013-08-19
IRS schema version2015v2.12014v5.02013v3.12012v2.1
Filing identifier201613069349300811201541319349301609201401679349300900201331359349204823
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