Dignity NoVA Financial Report Jan. 1 to November 23, 2013

Dignity NoVA Financial Report Jan. 1 to Nov. 23, 2013

General Fund (Including Anje's Purse) as of 01/01/2013       27,363.20

Belle Fund as of 01/01/2013                                                   +2,432.00

Total Balance as of 01/01/2013                                              29,795.20

Liabilities 0

 

General Fund (Including Anje's Purse) as of 01/01/2013                                27,363.20

General Fund Income 01/01/2013 thru 11/20/2013 (see over)                     +11,719.60

General Fund Expenses 01/01/2013 thru 11/20/2013 (see over)                   -10,503.20

Gen Fund Balance as of 11/23/2013                                                               28,579.60

 

Belle Fund Balance as of 01/01/2013                                                                          2,432.00

Belle Fund Income (Transfer from Gen Fund 1,000 plus 50 contribution)                +1,050.00

Belle Fund Expenses 01/01/2013 thru 11/23/2013 (see comments)                         -1,150.00

Belle Fund Balance as of 11/23/2013                                                                         2,332.00

 

Gen Fund (Incl Anje's Purse total of $1500.00)

Balance as of 11/23/2013                                                           28,579.60

Belle Fund Balance as of 11/23/2013                                          2,332.00

Total Balance as of 11/23/2013                                                  30,911.60

 

Liabilities as of 11/23/2013                                                                     0

 

Accounts Receivable (Anje's Purse)                                             1,500.00

 

TRENDS

Balance as of 01/01/2007 17,167.18

Balance as of 01/01/2008 14,173.10

Balance as of 01/01/2009 12,611.11

Balance as of 01/01/2010 19,166.14

Balance as of 01/01/2011 22,172.14 (Note: $14,000 of this held in CDs)

Balance as of 01/01/2012 27,865.99 (Note: $21,110.49 of this in 0.5% MM Fund)

Balance as of 01/01/2013 29,795.35 (Note: $17,664.54 of this in 0.20% MM Fund)

Balance as of 11/23/2013 30,911.60 (Note: $22,693.99 of this is an 0.20% MM Fund)

COMMENTS

We are holding steady at about 20 people at every mass.

Our weekly collections year to date are averaging about $250 each week. On average, we spend about $225 each week, but our actual expenses would be significantly higher except for the donation of time by several of our presides and musicians.

The Belle Fund was named in honor of Mark J's mother, Belle, who left D/NoVA money to help other D/USA chapters. The D/NoVA Board later made the Belle Fund the source of all contributions from D/NoVA to others. The Board funds the Belle Fund with $1000 from the General Fund each year. Additional restricted contributions are made to the Belle Fund by individuals. In 2013, the Board authorized payments from The Belle Fund as follows:

AIDSWALK (with D/W)........................................ 250.00

D/USA 2013 Convention............................................. 250.00

St Matthew Church Phila IMO Eva's Mom….......... 100.00

Gifts to Fr Joe and Fr Tim @ $100 each ..............200.00

Equally Blessed World Youth Day................................100.00

Citi Ministries IHO Fr. Bob Fagan 250.00

TOTAL BELLE FUND EXPENSES: $1150.00

At the suggestion of Anje B., a previous Board authorized the establishment of Anje's Purse to provide a temporary bridge loan to members of our community who are experiencing financial difficulties. The Board initially funded this with $2500, and additional contributions and transfers from the General Fund brought the balance of Anje's Purse up to $3000. In accord with the criteria established by the Board in 2011, a loan in the amount of $1500 is currently outstanding.

Our community could not continue without the countless hours of time freely contributed by our members. Just as volunteering is a personal decision, so is financial support for our community based on each person’s financial circumstances. Some will be able to give more and others less. On average, if each of the 15 to 20 people attending mass could contribute $15 to $20 per week, we would be able to cover our expenses and not deplete our resources.

May God continue to bless us and all who continue to support our community with your contributions of time and talent and treasure.

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General Fund as of 01/01/2011 18,270.14

Belle Fund as of 01/01/2011 3,902.00

Total Balance as of 01/01/2011 22,172.14

Liabilities 0

 

General Fund Balance as of 01/01/2011 18,270.14

General Fund Income 01/01/2011 thru 12/31/2011 (see over) +16,960.68

General Fund Expenses 01/01/2011 thru 12/31/2011 (see over) -10,801.83

Gen Fund transfer to Anje's Purse 7/16/2011 -2,500.00

Gen Fund Balance as of 12/31/2011 21,928.99

 

Belle Fund Balance as of 01/01/2011 3,902.00

Belle Fund Income (TRF from Gen Fund) +1,000.00

Belle Fund Expenses 01/01/2011 thru 12/31/2011 -1,465.00

Belle Fund Balance as of 12/31/2011 3,437.00

 

Gen Fund Balance as of 12/31/2011         21,928.99

Belle Fund Balance as of 12/31/2011          3,437.00

Total Balance as of 12/31/2011                 25,365.99

Liabilities as of 12/31/2011                         0

 

Accounts Receivable (Anje's Purse) 2,500.00

 

TRENDS

Balance as of 01/01/2007 17,167.18

Balance as of 01/01/2008 14,173.10

Balance as of 01/01/2009 12,611.11

Balance as of 01/01/2010 19,166.14

Balance as of 01/01/2011 22,172.14 (Note: $14,000 of this held in CDs)

Balance as of 01/01/2012 25,365.99 (Note: $21,110.49 of this in 0.5% MM Fund)

 

1/1/2011 through 12/31/2011 Expenses & Income Statement

 

Category Description Actual

 

EXPENSES

 

Advertising - Blade Ad (@$91.00 every other week) -2,184.00

BOD Insurance -.00

Church Rent (@$100 per night) -5,600.00

Clergy Stipend (@$80 per mass) -400.00

Donations to the Belle Fund -1000.00

Flowers -10.50

Liturgy Supp - Other (Wine, etc.) -62.41

Miscellaneous -200.00

Munley Church Supplies -447.45

Musicians ( $80.00 per mass) -240.00

Office Supplies -44.80

Oreg Cath Press Hymnals & Music -268.00

P O Box Rent (per year) -116.00

Socials -35.10

VA Incorporation Tax (per year) -25.00

Voice Mail (@$9.95 per month) 119.40

Web Site -49.89

 

TOTAL EXPENSES 10,801.83

 

INCOME

 

Dignity USA Chapter Support 450.00

DW Pymt for Blade Ad 1,274.00

Fund Raising 1,860.00

Interest 147.73

Weekly Collection 13,228.95

 

TOTAL INCOME 16,960.68 

COMMENTS

 

We are holding steady at about 20 people at every mass.

Thanks to the generosity of so many people at our anniversary party in May, we netted $1,860.

Our weekly collections year to date are averaging about $250 each week. On average, we spend over $250 each week, but our actual expenses would be significantly higher except for the donation of time by several of our presides and musicians.

In 2011, the Board authorized payments from The Belle Fund as follows:

 

The Trevor Project........................................ 125.00

AIDSWALK (with D/W).................................... 250.00

Dignity San Antonio....................................... 50.00

NOVAM.......................................................... 200.00

Servicemembers Legal Defense Fund …....... 100.00

Virginia Theological Seminary......................... 250.00

New Ways Ministry (Retreat)........................... 490.00

$1465.00

At the suggestion of Anje B., the Board authorized the establishment of Anje's Purse to provide a temporary bridge loan to members of our community who are experiencing financial difficulties at the present time. The Board funded this account with $2500 from the General Revenue Fund. Subsequently, an individual requested some financial assistance with housing expenses. In accord with the guidelines established by the Board, a loan in the amount of $2500 was made.

Our community could not continue without the countless hours of time freely contributed by our members. Just as volunteering is a personal decision, so is financial support for our community based on each person’s financial circumstances. Some will be able to give more and others less. On average, if each of the 15 to 20 people attending mass could contribute $15 to $20 per week, we would be able to cover our expenses and not deplete our resources.

May God continue to bless us and all who continue to support our community with your contributions of time and talent and treasure.

NOVAM

NOVAM is the leading provider of HIV Prevention Education programs for youth in Northern Virginia, reaching more than 20,000 young people each year. NOVAM is an independent non-profit organization that provides diverse HIV prevention education programs and support services throughout Northern Virginia. We provide professional, effective and best practice HIV/STD/pregnancy prevention education targeted to youth aged 14–24. NOVAM also provides direct services to individuals, children, and families affected or infected with HIV/AIDS. We also offer free and confidential HIV testing and counseling in our office and throughout the community. NOVAM serves the Cities of Alexandria and Falls Church and the Counties of Arlington, Fairfax, Loudoun and Prince William. NOVAM is located at 803 W. Broad Street, Suite 700, Falls Church. For more information, please contact NOVAM by phone at (703) 533-5505, by email at info@novam.org, visit www.novam.org or follow us on Twitter,www.twitter.com/@NOVAMorg

 

Virginia Theological Seminary Chapel Fund

                       October 28, 2010 - Updated Message from the Dean and President

 

I am writing to inform you of the results of the investigation performed by the ATF (Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives). At 9:30 a.m., I was joined by the Chair of the Board, the Vice-President for Administration and Finance, and the Counsel to the Dean. Together we met with representatives of the Alexandria Fire Department, and the ATF. They shared the results of their investigation with us. The fire started in the sacristy. Given it is a late Victorian wooden structure, the fire spread rapidly and quickly. There was no smoke detector or sprinkler system. It is clear that the fire was not caused by any deliberate or criminal act. Although the fire was caused by human agency, those involved took “steps that any responsible person would have taken”. However, these steps were not sufficient to stop the catastrophe that followed. This is a brutal reminder to us all to handle with enormous care anything that can be flammable. As we look ahead the Seminary will be reviewing fire safety for all the buildings on the campus. The investigation will not lead to any criminal charges. It is agreed that all involved behaved with integrity and thoughtfulness. This is not a time for blame. Instead, it is a time for reflection and prayer. As a community, we are called to surround each other with love. The Very Rev. Ian S. Markham, Ph.D.

 

SLDN

SLDN is dedicated to bringing about full LGBT equality within the military and providing free and direct legal assistance to service members affected by discrimination or harassment based on sexual orientation or gender identity. SLDN works to ensure that evenhanded policies and regulations, providing equal treatment and opportunity for all, regardless of actual or perceived sexual orientation or gender identity are established and effectively implemented in the armed forces, including active duty, National Guard, reserve and officer training programs.

The Trevor Project

The Trevor Project is the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) youth. The Trevor Project is determined to end suicide among LGBTQ youth by providing life-saving and life-affirming resources including our nationwide, 24/7 crisis intervention lifeline, digital community and advocacy/educational programs that create a safe, supportive and positive environment for everyone.