PO Box 1842, Davidson, NC 28036

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Organizations Filed Purposes: We exist to help people create lasting solutions for economic stability.

Coordinated Services:A) The Coordinated Services department served 574 unduplicated client-partners identified as being in crisis and needing case management this FY. 493 client-partners received financial assistance or gift cards valued at $207,045. Coordinated Services served 174 client-partner households within case management and 43 client-partners received employment services within Workforce Development.B) Loaves & Fishes: This program provides a 7-day supply of food to families via referrals by social workers, schools, clergy, medical staff, etc. The Pantry provided food to 1474 people (unduplicated) for 3,351 visits to the pantry this year. Client partners have normally been eligible to receive food 8 times per year, but Loaves and Fishes made the decision in April 2020 to increase that to 12 times a year with the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. The pantry provided over 67,000 pounds of food, valued at over $121,000.

Education - Education Services includes both Youth Education Services and Adult Education Services.A) The purpose of the Youth Education-LEARN Works after school program is to foster academic development and advance family engagement for enrolled students and families. We focus on reading, math skill building, and providing enrichment opportunities. We served 58 students in 1st to 8th grade from 7 area schools. 21 students and their families benefited from the opportunity of having the center provide transportation home each day or otherwise would not have been able to participate in our programs.B) In Adult Education, we continued our partnership with the YMCA and Sunrise ESL and Central Piedmont Community College to have Adult ESL classes of various days, times, and levels at the center. Our partnership with CPCC also includes a GED Program at the center. Weve served 10 investment client-partners and several community members through these adult education classes.

Medical ClinicOur clinic provided 914 medical office visits and nurse consultations in FY19-20, serving 199 individual (unduplicated) patients. Patients benefitted from primary and specialty medical care, mental health consultation, prescription assistance through NC MedAssist, donated medical supplies, free lab tests, diagnostic and specialty referrals, care coordination, etc. The value of medical office visits, based on 2017 Usual and Customary Rate values provided by Blue Cross Blue Shield of NC, totaled $133,530 value prescription medications provided to our patients at no cost through NC MedAssist totaled $138,498.

Executives Listed on Filing

Total Salary includes financial earnings, benefits, and all related organization earnings listed on tax filing

NameTitleHours Per WeekTotal Salary
Georgia KruegerExecutive Direc40$84,281
Woody WashamEx-Officio2$0
Bill RussellEx-Officio2$0
Rusty KnoxEx-Officio2$0
Angela KirkbyDirector2$0
Kimberly JudeDirector2$0
Donna TurnerCo-Chair2$0
Lisa DemaoDirector2$0
Brian PeaceCo-Chair2$0
Brian HinesEx-Officio2$0
Ray StiemelDirector2$0
Beth QuinnDirector2$0
Richard PappasFinance Chair2$0
Iretha KernsDirector2$0
David HolthouserDirector2$0
Jesse JonesBoard Developme2$0
Richard GuerreroDirector2$0
Lesley ChamblessCo-Chair2$0
Kathi ArnesTreasurer2$0
Marvin BrandonDirector2$0

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