Indian River County Habitat for Humanity, Inc.
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About this organization
Seeking to put God's love into action, Indian River Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities, and hope.
Interesting data from their 2020 990 filing
The non-profit's mission, as documented in the filing, is “Nearly 1,400 habitat for humanity affiliates are at work in the united states, building houses in partnership with people in need of decent, affordable housing. habitat houses are purchased by families at prices affordable to low-income americans, thanks to the donated labor of habitat volunteers, the support of partner organizations and the no-profit, no- interest terms of each u.s. habitat for humanity mortgage.”.
When explaining its purpose, the activities were described as: “Seeking to put god's love into action, indian river habitat for humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope.”.
- The non-profit is legally allowed to operate in the state of FL, as reported.
- The non-profit has a total of 55 employees, as reported on their form for 2020.
- Does not operate a hospital.
- Does not operate a school.
- Does not collect art.
- Provides credit counseling.
- Does not have foreign activities.
- Is not a donor advised fund.
- Is not a private foundation.
- Expenses are greater than $1,000,000.
- Revenue is greater than $1,000,000.
- Revenue less expenses is $363,339.
- The CEO compensation strategy within the organization is determined through a review and approval process by a neutral party.
- The organization has a written policy that describes how long it will retain documents.
- The organization has 13 independent voting members.
- The organization was formed in 1990.
- The organization has a written policy that addresses conflicts of interest.
- The organization is required to file Schedule B.
- The organization is required to file Schedule O.
- The organization pays $1,332,837 in salary, compensation, and benefits to its employees.
- The organization pays $395,803 in fundraising expenses.
- The organization provides Form 990 to its governing body.
- The organization has minutes of its meetings.
- The organization has a written whistleblower policy.
- The organization has fundraising events.
- The organization's financial statements were reviewed by an accountant.
Patrons of Apalachicola Library Society Inc.Apalachicola, FL
Provide aid and support of the Apalachicola Municipal Library. To further the public access to literature and the cultural history of the region. To assist the library to promote literacy to all ages of the public and to promote programs for the extension and improvement of the library's resources to offer public cultural, educational and recreational services in our area.
Explorations V Childrens Museum, Inc.Lakeland, FL
The mission of Explorations V Children’s Museum is to provide a hands-on, fun-filled adventure in learning for children and their families through cultural exhibits, educational programs and events in the arts and sciences. In 1991, Explorations V set out to foster creativity & encourage imaginative play among families. Now, over 25 years later it has served over 1.5 million children and families through exhibits, educator-directed programs, outreach, and family support initiatives. THE NEED·50% of Polk County children entering kindergarten are not fully ready to learn. (United Way Central FL; Polk County Public Schools) ·67% of Polk’s students qualify for Free/Reduced Lunches (Polk County School Board May 2014). ·30% of FL households fall short of what’s needed to consistently cover basic costs (ALICE Report-2012) ·Family income is a greater indicator of school success or failure than any factor. (PCSB) - There is a 30 million word gap for children living in low income homes compared to their peers A SOLUTIONA Congressional economic survey found that every $1 invested in a child yields an $8 return. The more the Museum invests in children, the greater return for Central Florida. Children in low income households have a 30 million word gap compared to their peers. The Museum creates engaging learning opportunities and educator-directed experiences that introduce new vocabulary, enforce the ideas, and help the child walk away with new knowledge. Research shows that the stronger the vocabulary going into kindergarten the greater an opportunity for success. In targeted intervention programs like the Museum's Storybook Summer Camp, the Museum sees significant gains. On average, 83% Pre K children and 77% elementary students from low income homes doubled learning gains and met improvement goals measured by national Peabody Testing. Ten years ago, the Museum looked at the family as a whole and learned that poverty in Polk County was often prolonged because of single events. A tire blows out or rent increases and suddenly the family finds themselves homeless or unable to buy food. Children are not imune to these stresses and they contribute to a child's ability to learn and focus in school. The Museum's solution was to create a family budget planning program. Over 850 families have attended the Museum’s Financial Fitness for Families programs to date and work to achieve a $300 savings account and/or improved credit scores, obtained a job credential and/or employment. It is through these highlighted programs, our three floors of interactive exhibits, and outreach to over 100,000 people each year that we serve our mission and the children of Central Florida.
Florida Emergency Medicine Foundation Inc. D/B/A Emergency Medicine Learning & Resource CenterOrlando, FL
The Emergency Medicine Learning & Resource Center (EMLRC) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing emergency care through education and advocacy. We proudly serve Emergency Physicians, Nurses and First Responders throughout the state of Florida by continually delivering quality education and lifesaving training techniques. Our fully-accredited education programs address the ever-changing needs of emergency medical providers and help ensure that you, your loved ones and all of Florida’s citizens and visitors continue to receive cutting edge, emergency pre-hospital and emergency care.
Florida-Israel Friendship League Inc.Weston, FL
To show support for Israel through the acknowledgment and recognition of its customs, tradition and accomplishments. By accomplishing this it is our desire that current and future generations will appreciate and have a greater connection to Judaism, Israel and the Jewish community.
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