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Financial Reports

Bridge Communities is a non-profit corporation under section 501(c)(3) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code and has a federal tax identification code of 36-3705951.  Bridge Communities is registered with the State of Illinois, Office of the Attorney General, Charitable Trust & Solicitation Bureau and is in compliance with all provisions of said Office.

Fiscal Year July 1, 2010 - June 30, 2011


Revenues by Source:

   
Program Partner Contributions       $677,285 25%
Gifts from Individuals and Events $588,890 22%
Government Grants - Operating $343,486 12%
Government Grants - Capital $304,265 11%
Private Grants & United Way $258,093 9%
Rental Income $253,244 9%
Community Groups & Churches $236,974 9%
In-Kind - Automobiles $69,600 3%
Total $2,731,837  
100%


How Revenues Were Allocated:

   
Programs and Services $934,551 35%
Housing Costs $794,334 29%
Capital Investments $318,904 11%
Employment Services $86,927 3%
Children's Services $63,918 3%
In-Kind Automobile Program $69,600 3%
Fundraising $337,076 12%
Administration $126,527 4%
Total
$2,731,837 
100%


View Bridge Communities' 2013 Annual Report for more information about its audited finanical statements, program outcomes and community partnerships. 

View Bridge Communities most recent 990 for detailed financial and tax return information.

View Bridge Communities Financial Audit Report.