United Way of Lake County

FY 2015 Funding Worksheet by Panel
AGENCY PROGRAM
FY 2009
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FY 2010
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FY 2011
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FY 2012
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FY 2013
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FY 2014
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FY 2015
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American Red Cross Disaster Relief 20,000 18,000 16,000 17,000 17,000 17,733 25,000 17,300 (433) -2.4%
Birthright, Inc. Infant Formula 4,000 4,500 4,500 4,500 5,500 5,750 6,000 6,000 250 4.3%
Cath. Charities. Emerg. Services 28,000 28,000 28,000 28,980 30,139 31,044 31,975 31,400 356 1.1%
LC Community Network Emerg. Assistance 20,000 20,000 20,000 24,020 27,000 28,200 40,000 28,200 - 0.0%
Forbes House Shelter 93,312 89,000 89,000 89,000 92,400 98,000 118,000 96,100 (1,900) -1.9%
Lake Geauga Furniture Bank Furniture Assistance 4,000 4,000 4,000
Lifeline 211 I & R Program 102,000 105,000 100,324 (1,676) -1.6%
Lifeline Family Development 6,000 4,500 4,500 4,500 5,000 5,200 15,000 5,100 (100) -1.9%
Lifeline Security Deposits 25,000 23,000 21,500 20,000 20,000 20,900 25,000 20,500 (400) -1.9%
New Directions Transit. Housing 67,500 64,000 64,000 60,000 61,000 63,600 73,000 60,000 (3,600) -5.7%
Project Hope Shelter for Homeless 50,220 55,000 55,000 59,600 63,400 66,300 75,290 66,500 200 0.3%
Sal. Army Citadel Comp Emerg. Assist 62,450 60,000 60,000 61,500 62,500 65,200 75,000 63,900 (1,300) -2.0%
Sal. Army Citadel Drop-in Center 45,000 42,000 42,000 40,000 41,111 41,500 45,000 40,700 (800) -1.9%
Sal. Army Service Units Emerg. Assist. 45,000 42,000 42,000 42,000 43,000 44,800 46,675 43,900 (900) -2.0%
WRCDC Housing Rehab 10,000 13,000 13,000 11,700 12,206 25,000 11,000 (1,206) -9.9%
TOTAL: 466,482 460,000 459,500 464,100 479,750 602,433 709,940 594,924 (7,509) -1%
New program from Solutions Panel
         Lake Geauga Furniture Bank was added to the E&I Panel from Solutions Panel
         New Directions for Living was decreased 5.7% due to uncertainty of the agency’s future viability
o    They have a new Board Chair and a new Executive Director
o    We will monitor their progress in obtaining HUD funds this year
o    Disbursements are recommended on a quarterly basis to assure the continued viability of the agency
         The Salvation Army Citadel was reduced by 2% due to errors in reporting
o    Reporting of expenses will be corrected next year
         Western Reserve CDC was reduced by 9.9% due to questions regarding UWLC paying for administrative oversight of projects
         211 had a special agreement, and was added to core this year
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FY 2015 Funding Worksheet by Panel
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American Red Cross Service to Military Fams. 5,367 4,777 4,777 4,600 4,777 5,000 5,000 5,000 - 0.0%
BB-BS BB-BS Prog. 56,293 51,508 51,508 51,000 51,000 51,000 51,000 49,746 (1,254) -2.5%
BB-BS Sidekick Prog. 40,407 36,972 36,972 36,972 39,000 39,000 39,000 38,042 (958) -2.5%
Boy Scouts of America Boy Scouts 15,000 15,750 15,750 15,000 15,000 15,647 15,000 15,000 (647) -4.1%
Boy Scouts of America Cub Scouts 54,000 50,460 50,460 50,000 48,500 50,591 47,500 47,500 (3,091) -6.1%
Boy Scouts of America Explorers 10,416 9,000 5,000 4,500 4,350 4,538 5,000 4,427 (111) -2.4%
Boy Scouts of America Volunteer Develop. 6,750 6,000 6,000 5,520 5,250 5,476 5,500 5,342 (134) -2.4%
Camp Sue Osborn Camping 41,200 37,687 37,687 37,700 37,700 37,700 37,700 37,700 - 0.0%
Child Care on the Square Child Care 65,000 57,850 57,850 64,080 64,080 64,080 66,500 62,507 (1,573) -2.5%
Fine Arts Association Scholarships 31,300 27,857 27,857 29,500 30,000 32,000 33,000 31,447 (553) -1.7%
Girl Scouts Leadership Experience 12,500 11,000 10,120 10,600 10,000 10,431 13,890 10,175 (256) -2.5%
Lake Academy Social Worker 6,550 6,550 6,550
Lake County Captain's Reading Program 5,535 8,000 8,000 8,000 - 0.0%
Sal. Army Citadel Youth Develop. 50,000 47,500 47,500 47,500 47,500 50,000 50,000 49,000 (1,000) -2.0%
Starting Point Child Care 5,000 5,000 5,000 5,000 9,000 9,000 9,000 8,779 (221) -2.5%
Starting Point Deveruex Program 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 15,000 10,000 - 0.0%
The YMCA Child Care 25,000 23,750 23,750 23,208 23,208 23,208 24,368 22,638 (570) -2.5%
The YMCA Scholarships 94,375 93,656 93,656 93,200 93,200 93,200 96,000 90,912 (2,288) -2.5%
The YMCA Teen Leadership 18,000 16,020 15,737 15,500 14,500 14,500 14,500 14,144 (356) -2.5%
The YMCA Girls in Real Life 12,000 9,300 8,556 7,700 5,150 5,150 5,150 5,024 (126) -2.4%
TOTAL: 542,608 $ 514,087 $ 508,180 $ 511,580 $ 517,750 $ 528,521 $ 547,658 $ 521,933 $ (6,588) -1.2%
New program from Solutions Panel
         Lake Academy was added to the E&I Panel from Solutions Panel
         Boy Scouts/Cub Scouts asked for 6.1% less than 2014
         Because of the 1.2% decrease, and the $6,550 addition of Lake Academy, there was a decrease of 2.5% overall to allocate
         The panel felt they would like to support organizations without national ties, and therefore took more from organizations with national budgets
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FY 2015 Funding Worksheet by Panel
AGENCY PROGRAM
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FY 2010
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FY 2011
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FY 2012
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FY 2013
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FY 2014
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FY 2015
Requested
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Beacon Health Counseling 62,500 58,720 59,020 59,020 59,020 60,000 60,000 59,252 (748) -1.2%
Beacon Health Train. Max. Indep. 20,000 18,000 18,000 18,000 18,000 18,000 18,000 17,776 (224) -1.2%
Catholic Charities. Latino Outreach 44,000 40,000 40,200 40,200 41,430 42,673 43,953 42,141 (532) -1.2%
Crossroads Bullying Prevention 25,000 10,000 9,000 9,000 9,000 - -
Crossroads PHP Program 10,000 23,864 30,000 23,567 (297) -1.2%
Lake-Geauga Recovery Out-Patient Couns. 57,750 55,000 55,500 55,500 55,500 55,500 55,500 54,808 (692) -1.2%
Lake-Geauga Recovery Residential Trt.Wom. 49,000 49,000 49,000 51,800 51,800 59,300 59,300 58,561 (739) -1.2%
Lake-Geauga Recovery Residential Trt.Mens 38,000 38,000 38,000 38,000 38,000 38,000 38,000 37,526 (474) -1.2%
West. Res. Counseling Counseling 107,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 102,000 104,000 104,000 102,704 (1,296) -1.2%
TOTAL: 320,750 $ 292,000 $ 291,700 $ 294,500 $ 384,750 $ 401,337 $ 408,753 $ 396,335 $ (5,002) -1.2%
         The panel felt all programs were rated the same, and took a straight 1.2% from each.
         Western Reserve Counseling is in discussions with Beacon Heath regarding a management agreement or merger.
o    The panel would like to make this a month to month contract until some agreement is reached.
o    We would evaluate the staff changes, particularly the Executive Director position, to see what funding would be required at that point
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United Way of Lake County
FY 2015 Funding Worksheet by Panel
AGENCY PROGRAM
FY 2009
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FY 2010
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FY 2011
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FY 2012
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FY 2013
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FY 2014
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FY 2015
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American Red Cross Health Services 90,000 67,500 63,450 63,450 57,100 8,000 (8,000) -100.0%
Arthritis Foundation Chronic Disease Mngt 7,000 6,405 6,400 6,400 6,400 7,255 7,625 7,255 - 0.0%
Free Medical Clinic Acute Clinic Program 105,600 97,600 109,986 114,862 58,279 72,973 82,000 72,973 - 0.0%
Free Medical Clinic Cronic Care 78,291 85,624 95,500 87,608 1,984 2.3%
Free Medical Clinic Dental Program 8,000 7,760 17,019 18,060 18,600 18,600 18,600 18,600 - 0.0%
Free Medical Clinic Prescriptions 5,000 4,850 5,000 5,000 6,000 9,675 12,492 9,675 - 0.0%
Hospice of the W.R. Hospice Service 53,000 51,410 51,410 51,410 51,410 60,349 60,349 60,349 - 0.0%
Kidney Foundation Financial Assist. 26,000 25,220 25,724 26,000 27,000 27,535 28,000 28,000 465 1.7%
Lake County General Health Drug Repository 15,000 40,000 15,000 - 0.0%
Lake Health Healthy Heart 11,039 10,487 10,000 10,000 10,159 11,997 10,160 1 0.0%
Lifeline Medication Assist 20,100 19,497 22,000 23,600 24,600 27,090 28,000 28,000 910 3.4%
The Y Phys.- Spec. Pop. 11,000 10,670 10,670 10,670 10,670 10,670 10,670 10,670 - 0.0%
The Y Youth Aquatics 20,000 19,400 19,400 19,400 19,400 19,400 19,400 19,400 - 0.0%
TOTAL: 345,700 $ 321,351 $ 341,546 $ 348,852 $ 367,750 $ 372,330 $ 414,633 $ 367,690 $ (4,640) -1.2%
         American Red Cross Health Services, decided not to accept the $8,000 awarded them in 2014.
o    In a Board vote, $5,000 of this amount was given back to the Red Cross for Flood relief
         The fact they decided not to request the $8,000 left the panel with money they did not expect, therefore, they did not have to cut funding
         Most agencies received the same as 2014, with Free Medical Clinic, Kidney Foundation and Lifeline receiving increases
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FY 2015 Funding Worksheet by Panel
AGENCY PROGRAM
FY 2009
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FY 2011
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FY 2012
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FY 2013
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FY 2014
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Council on Aging Congregate Meals 52,500 52,500 52,500 52,500 52,500 84,619 84,619 84,619 - 0.0%
Eastlake Senior Center Sr. Program 6,000 5,360 5,360 5,436 5,500 5,750 6,000 5,750 - 0.0%
Fairport Senior Center Extended Hours 8,400 7,682 7,682 8,000 8,000 8,200 8,250 8,250 50 0.6%
Kirtland Senior Centrer Sr. Program 5,000 4,467 4,467 4,543 5,000 5,000 5,000 5,000 - 0.0%
Madison Senior Center Transportation Program 7,200 5,360 10,000 10,000 8,000 4,000 6,000 4,000 - 0.0%
Mentor Senior Center Sr. Program 11,500 11,040 11,040 11,116 12,500 13,000 13,000 13,000 - 0.0%
Perry Senior Center Memory Class 2,080 2,018 2,024 2,080 2,052 2,066 2,066 2,066 - 0.0%
Perry Senior Center Senior Exercise 2,080 2,018 2,024 2,080 3,100 2,590 3,000 2,590 - 0.0%
Painesville Senior Center Sr. Program 5,000 4,850 4,850 5,893 5,420 5,654 7,000 5,654 - 0.0%
Sal. Army Citadel Social Adult 24,000 23,280 23,280 24,211 25,000 25,000 26,000 22,649 (2,351) -9.4%
Senior Independence Faith in Action 10,000 8,933 8,937 9,014 13,428 14,000 15,000 15,000 1,000 7.1%
Wickliffe Senior Center Sr. Program 6,400 5,717 5,717 6,532 6,500 6,500 6,500 6,500 - 0.0%
Willowick Senior Center Sr. Program 5,000 4,467 4,467 4,543 5,000 5,000 4,040 4,040 (960) -19.2%
TOTAL:
$ 145,160 137,692 $ 142,348 $ 145,948 $ 152,000 $ 181,379 $ 186,475 $ 179,118 $ (2,261) -1.2%
         Willowick Senior Center requested less funding than 2014, which left funding for other programs
         The Salvation Army Citadel reported programs for their Social Adult program that were not actually conducted.
o    The panel felt because of the erroneous reporting, they would cut the funding
o    They informed the Salvation Army that next year the panel expected an outcomes report that accurately reflected the program
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FY 2015 Funding Worksheet by Panel
AGENCY PROGRAM
FY 2009
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FY 2010
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FY 2011
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FY 2012
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FY 2013
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FY 2014
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FY 2015
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TOTALS BY PANEL Basic Needs 466,482 460,000 459,500 464,100 479,750 602,433 709,940 594,924 (7,509) -1.2%
Children & Families 542,608 514,087 508,180 511,580 517,750 528,521 547,658 521,933 (6,588) -1.2%
Health Counseling 320,750 292,000 291,700 294,500 384,750 401,337 408,753 396,335 (5,002) -1.2%
Health Services 345,700 321,351 341,546 348,852 367,750 372,330 414,633 367,690 (4,640) -1.2%
Supporting Seniors 145,160 137,692 142,348 145,948 152,000 181,379 186,475 179,118 (2,261) -1.2%
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TOTAL E&I: 1,820,700 $ 1,730,130 $ 1,743,274 $ 1,764,980 $ 1,902,000 $ 2,086,000 $ 2,267,459 $ 2,060,000 $ (26,000) -1.2%
TOTAL YUW: 10,000 9,000 10,000 10,000 10,000
All Programs
TOTAL CORE: 1,830,700 $ 1,827,000 $ 1,753,274 $ 1,774,980 $ 1,902,000 $ 2,086,000 $ 2,267,459 $ 2,070,000 $ (26,000) $
E&I Chair Bill Taylor
Basic Needs Panel Health Services Panel
Ron Traub City of Mentor - Chair Don Bartlett Community Volunteer - Chair
Amy Sabath Fine Art Association Andy Martorana USW Local 1-0966 (Morton Salt)
Barbara Joyce Howard Hanna Ann O'leary RICERCA
David Michel Community Volunteer Carole Cooper Lake Health
Dawn Johnston Johnston Roofing/Divine Home interventions Connie Eyman Emeritus at Newell Creek.
Dawn Skerness FirstEnergy Perry Nuclear Plant David Goldstein Mid-West Materials
Erv Will Community Volunteer Dick Frey Community Volunteer
Jen Roach Tompson Hine Ellen Chamberlin Community Volunteer
Susan Fasso DeNora Jill Korsok City Of Mentor
Tina Bene Community Volunteer Mary Bryner Progressive Insurance
Tom Podwoski TAPLYN Consultants Inc. Riene Albin Lake National Bank
Children & Families Panel Seniors Panel
Ken Sawicki Community Volunteer - Chiar Jay Hemphill Hemphill Insurance - Chair
Annie Zahradnik Painesville City Schools Amy Olbrysh Component Repair
Brian Humphriy Suncor Energy Carol Ramsay Lake Erie College
Carol Bacnik ABB Char Sine Meister Media
Gloria Majeski City of Willoughby Hills Dave Vuicich Cres Cor
Jeanette Meier Community Volunteer Denis Nowacki Keller Williams
Joe Rinella Lubrizol Keith Ramsay Community Volunteer
Linda Elegante Mentor Schools Lee A. Moran The News-Herald
Samual Boadu Lubrizol Rick Bumgardner Lubrizol Corporation
Tim Plunkett Lake Health Terry Rose Community Volunteer
Tina Wilson Lake County Auditors Office William Waldron Steris Corp.
Health Counseling Panel
Jim Tobin AT&T Retired - Chair
Alison Hughes Polychem
Christine Hartog Lake National Bank
Cindy Gorman Meister Media Worldwide
David Sarosy
Jason Lea Mentor Public Library
John Konrad Community Volunteer
Kenneth Marcinko Northwest Savings Bank
Michael DeLuca Meister Media Worldwide
Pat Cassella Lake Health
Agency Program Name
FY 2014
Funding
FY 2015
Funding
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FY 2014 -
FY 2015
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FY 2014 -
FY 2015
American Red Cross Health Services 8,000 0 -100.0% $ (8,000)
Disaster Relief 17,733 17,300 -2.4% $ (433)
Military Families 5,000 5,000 0.0% $ -
Total: 30,733 22,300 -27.4% $ (8,433)
Arthritis Foundation Chronic Disease Mngt 7,255 7,255 0.0% $ -
Total: 7,255 7,255 0.0% $ -
Beacon Health Counseling 60,000 59,252 -1.2% $ (748)
Train. Max. Indep. 18,000 17,776 -1.2% $ (224)
Total: 78,000 77,028 -1.2% $ (972)
Big Brothers/ Big Sisters Community Mentoring 51,000 49,746 -2.5% $ (1,254)
School-based Mentoring 39,000 38,042 -2.5% $ (958)
Total: 90,000 87,788 -2.5% $ (2,212)
Birthright, Lake Co. Infant Formula 5,750 6,000 4.3% $ 250
Total: 5,750 6,000 4.3% $ 250
Boy Scouts - GWRC Boy Scouts 15,647 15,000 -4.1% $ (647)
Cub Scouts 50,591 47,500 -6.1% $ (3,091)
Explorers 4,538 4,427 -2.4% $ (111)
Volunteer Develop. 5,476 5,342 -2.4% $ (134)
Total: 76,252 72,269 -5.2% $ (3,983)
Camp Sue Osborn Camping for Kids 37,700 37,700 0.0% $ -
Total: 37,700 37,700 0.0% $ -
Catholic Charities Services Emergency Services 31,044 31,400 1.1% $ 356
Latino Outreach 42,673 42,141 -1.2% $ (532)
Total: 73,717 73,541 -0.2% $ (176)
Child Care on the Square Child Care 64,080 62,507 -2.5% $ (1,573)
Total: 64,080 62,507 -2.5% $ (1,573)
Lake County Community Network Emergency Assistance 28,200 28,200 0.0% $ -
Total: 28,200 28,200 0.0% $ -
Council on Aging Congregate Meals 84,619 84,619 0.0% $ -
Total: 84,619 84,619 0.0% $ -
Crossroads Bullying Prevention $ -
PHP Program 23,864 23,567 -1.2%
Total: 23,864 23,567 -1.2% $ (297)
Eastlake Senior Center Senior Exercise 5,750 5,750 0.0% $ -
Total: 5,750 5,750 0.0% $ -
Fairport Senior Center Extended Hours 8,200 8,250 0.6% $ 50
Total: 8,200 8,250 0.6% $ 50
Fine Arts Association Scholarships 32,000 31,447 -1.7% $ (553)
United Way of Lake County
FY 2015 Core Program Funding by Alpha Agency
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Agency Program Name
FY 2014
Funding
FY 2015
Funding
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FY 2014 -
FY 2015
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FY 2014 -
FY 2015
United Way of Lake County
FY 2015 Core Program Funding by Alpha Agency
Total: 32,000 31,447 -1.7% $ (553)
Forbes House Shelter 98,000 96,100 -1.9% $ (1,900)
Total: 98,000 96,100 -1.9% $ (1,900)
Free Medical Clinic Acute Clinic Program 72,973 72,973 0.0% $ -
Chronic Care Program 85,624 87,608 2.3% $ 1,984
Dental Program 18,600 18,600 0.0% $ -
Prescriptions 9,675 9,675 0.0% $ -
Total: 186,872 188,856 1.1% $ 1,984
Girl Scouts Youth Enrich. 10,431 10,175 -2.5% $ (256)
Total: 10,431 10,175 -2.5% $ (256)
Hospice Hospice Service 60,349 60,349 0.0% $ -
Total: 60,349 60,349 0.0% $ -
Kidney Foundaton Financial Assist. 27,535 28,000 1.7% $ 465
Total: 27,535 28,000 1.7% $ 465
Kirtland Senior Center Sr. Program 5,000 5,000 0.0% $ -
Total: 5,000 5,000 0.0% $ -
Lakle Academy Social Worker 0 6,550 $ 6,550
Total: 0 6,550 $ 6,550
Lake County Captains Reading Program 8,000 8,000 0.0% $ -
Total: 8,000 8,000 0.0% $ -
Lake County Gen. Health Dist Drug Repository 15,000 15,000 $ -
Total: 15,000 15,000 $ -
Lake Geaug Furniture Bank Furniture Assistance 0 4,000 $ 4,000
Total: 0 4,000 $ 4,000
Lake-Geauga Recovery Center Out-Patient Counseling 55,500 54,808 -1.2% $ (692)
Oak House (women) 59,300 58,561 -1.2% $ (739)
Lake House (men) 38,000 37,526 -1.2% $ (474)
Total: 152,800 150,895 -1.2% $ (1,905)
Lake Health Healthy Heart Program 10,159 10,160 0.0% $ 1
Total: 10,159 10,160 0.0% $ 1
Lifeline Family Development 5,200 5,100 -1.9% $ (100)
211 102,000 100,324 -1.6% $ (1,676)
Prescription Assistance 27,090 28,000 3.4% $ 910
Security Deposits 20,900 20,500 -1.9% $ (400)
Total: 155,190 153,924 -0.8% $ (1,266)
Madison Senior Center Senior Transportation 4,000 4,000 0.0% $ -
Total: 4,000 4,000 0.0% $ -
Mentor Senior Center Special Elders Program 13,000 13,000 0.0% $ -
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Agency Program Name
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Funding
FY 2015
Funding
Recommen.
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FY 2014 -
FY 2015
$ Variance
FY 2014 -
FY 2015
United Way of Lake County
FY 2015 Core Program Funding by Alpha Agency
Total: 13,000 13,000 0.0% $ -
New Directions Transitional Housing 63,600 60,000 -5.7% $ (3,600)
Total: 63,600 60,000 -5.7% $ (3,600)
Painesville Senior Center Senior Exercise 5,654 5,654 0.0% $ -
Total: 5,654 5,654 0.0% $ -
Perry Senior Center Memory Class 2,066 2,066 0.0% $ -
Senior Exercise 2,590 2,590 0.0% $ -
Total: 4,656 4,656 0.0% $ -
Project Hope Shelter for Homeless 66,300 66,500 0.3% $ 200
Total: 66,300 66,500 0.3% $ 200
Salvation Army Citadel Emergency Assistance 65,200 63,900 -2.0% $ (1,300)
Homeless Drop-in Center 41,500 40,700 -1.9% $ (800)
Social Adult 25,000 22,649 -9.4% $ (2,351)
Youth Development 50,000 49,000 -2.0% $ (1,000)
Total: 181,700 176,249 -3.0% $ (5,451)
Salvation Army Service Units Emergency Assistance 44,800 43,900 -2.0% $ (900)
Total: 44,800 43,900 -2.0% $ (900)
Senior Independence Faith in Action 14,000 15,000 7.1% $ 1,000
Total: 14,000 15,000 7.1% $ 1,000
Starting Point Child Care 9,000 8,779 -2.5% $ (221)
Deveruex Program 10,000 10,000 0.0% $ -
Total: 19,000 18,779 -1.2% $ (221)
Western Reserve Counseling Counseling 104,000 102,704 -1.2% $ (1,296)
Total: 104,000 102,704 -1.2% $ (1,296)
Western Reserve Comm. Develop. Housing Rehab. 12,206 11,000 -9.9% $ (1,206)
Total: 12,206 11,000 -9.9% $ (1,206)
Wickliffe Senior Center Senior Exercise 6,500 6,500 0.0% $ -
Total: 6,500 6,500 0.0% $ -
Willowick Senior Center Senior Exercise 5,000 4,040 -19.2% $ (960)
Total: 5,000 4,040 -19.2% $ (960)
YMCA Child Care 23,208 22,638 -2.5% $ (570)
Phys.- Spec. Pop. 10,670 10,670 0.0% $ -
Scholarships 93,200 90,912 -2.5% $ (2,288)
Teen Leadership 14,500 14,144 -2.5% $ (356)
Girls In Real Life 5,150 5,024 -2.4% $ (126)
Youth Aquatics 19,400 19,400 0.0% $ -
Total: 166,128 162,788 -2.0% $ (3,340)
2,086,000 2,060,000
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AGENCY
FY 2014 Actual
Funding
FY 2015
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Funding
Proposed
Dollar Variance
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FY 14 - FY 15
American Red Cross $ 30,733 $ 22,300 (8,433) $ (37.8)
Arthritis Foundation $ 7,255 $ 7,255 - $ 0.0
Beacon Health $ 78,000 $ 77,028 (972) $ (1.3)
Big Brothers/ Big Sisters $ 90,000 $ 87,788 (2,212) $ (2.5)
Birthright, Lake Co. 5,750 $ 6,000 $ 250 $ 4.2
Boy Scouts - GWRC $ 76,252 $ 72,269 (3,983) $ (5.5)
Camp Sue Osborn $ 37,700 $ 37,700 - $ 0.0
Catholic Charities $ 73,717 $ 73,541 (176) $ (0.2)
Child Care on the Square $ 64,080 $ 62,507 (1,573) $ (2.5)
Lake County Community Network $ 28,200 $ 28,200 - $ 0.0
Council on Aging $ 84,619 $ 84,619 - $ 0.0
Crossroads $ 23,864 $ 23,567 (297) $ (1.3)
Eastlake Senior Center $ 5,750 $ 5,750 - $ 0.0
Fairport Senior Center $ 8,200 $ 8,250 50 $ 0.6
Fine Arts Association $ 32,000 $ 31,447 (553) $ (1.8)
Forbes House $ 98,000 $ 96,100 (1,900) $ (2.0)
Lake County Free Medical Clinic $ 186,872 $ 188,856 1,984 $ 1.1
Girl Scouts $ 10,431 $ 10,175 (256) $ (2.5)
Hospice of the Western Reserve $ 60,349 $ 60,349 - $ 0.0
Kidney Foundation $ 27,535 $ 28,000 465 $ 1.7
Kirtland Senior Center $ 5,000 $ 5,000 - $ 0.0
Lake Academy $ - $ 6,550 6,550 $ 100.0
Lake County Captains $ 8,000 $ 8,000 - $ 0.0
Lake County General Health $ 15,000 $ 15,000 - $ 0.0
Lake Geagu Furniture Bank $ - $ 4,000 4,000 $ 100.0
Lake-Geauga Recovery Center $ 152,800 $ 150,895 (1,905) $ (1.3)
Lake Health $ 10,159 $ 10,160 1 $ 0.0
Lifeline $ 155,190 $ 153,924 (1,266) $ (0.8)
Madison Senior Center $ 4,000 $ 4,000 - $ 0.0
Mentor Senior Center $ 13,000 $ 13,000 - $ 0.0
New Directions for Living $ 63,600 $ 60,000 (3,600) $ (6.0)
Painesville Senior Center $ 5,654 $ 5,654 - $ 0.0
Perry Senior Center $ 4,656 $ 4,656 - $ 0.0
Project Hope $ 66,300 $ 66,500 200 $ 0.3
Sal. Army Citadel $ 181,700 $ 176,249 (5,451) $ (3.1)
Sal. Army Service Units $ 44,800 $ 43,900 (900) $ (2.1)
Senior Independence $ 14,000 $ 15,000 1,000 $ 6.7
Starting Point $ 19,000 $ 18,779 (221) $ (1.2)
Western Reserve Counseling $ 104,000 $ 102,704 (1,296) $ (1.3)
WRCDC $ 12,206 $ 11,000 (1,206) $ (11.0)
Wickliffe Senior Center $ 6,500 $ 6,500 - $ 0.0
Willowick Senior Center $ 5,000 $ 4,040 (960) $ (23.8)
YMCA $ 166,128 $ 162,788 (3,340) $ (2.1)
Total Core Funding: 2,086,000 $ 2,060,000 $ (26,000) $ (1.3)
United Way of Lake County
Total Agency Core Funding Comparison FY 2014 vs FY 2015
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UNITYED WAY OF LAKE COUNTY
FY 2015 Core Funding by National Categories
Program Agency Allocation Program Agency Allocation Program Agency
BB-BS Prog. Big Brothers/Big Sisters 49,746 $ Emergency Assistance Catholic Charities 31,400 $ Infant Formula Birthright, Inc.
Sidekick Prog. Big Brothers/Big Sisters 38,042 $ Latino Outreach Catholic Charities 42,141 $ Disaster Relief American Red Cross
Boy Scouts Boy Scouts 15,000 Emergency Assistance Lake County Comm Network 28,200 Military Families American Red Cross
Cub Scouts Boy Scouts 47,500 Shelter Forbes House 96,100 Health Services American Red Cross
Explorers Boy Scouts 4,427 Furniture Lake Geauga Furniture 4,000 Chronic Disease Mngt Arthritis Found.
Volunteer Development Boy Scouts 5,342 Family Development Lifeline 5,100 Counseling Beacon Health
Camping Camp Sue 37,700 Security Deposits Lifeline 20,500 Train. Max. Indep. Beacon Health
Child Care Child Care on Sq. 62,507 Transitional Housing New Directions 60,000 Congregate Meals Council on Aging
Scholarships Fine Arts Assoc. 31,447 Homeless Shelter Project Hope 66,500 PHP Program Crossroads
Youth Enrichment Girl Scouts 10,175 Emergency Assistance Salvation Army Citadel 63,900 Senior Exercise Eastlake Senior Cntr.
Social Worker Lake Academy 6,550 Homeless Drop-in Cntr. Salvation Army Citadel 40,700 Extended Hours Fairport Senior Cntr.
Reading Program Lake County Captains 8,000 Emergency Assistance Salvation Army SU 43,900 Acute Clinic Program Free Medical Clinic
Youth Development Sal. Army Citadel 49,000 Faith in Action Senior Independence 15,000 Chronic Care Program Free Medical Clinic
Child Care Starting Point 8,779 Housing Rehab WRCDC 11,000 Dental Program Free Medical Clinic
Deveruex Program Starting Point 10,000 211 Lifeline 100,324 Prescriptions Free Medical Clinic
Child Care YMCA 22,638 Hospice Care Hospice of the WR
Scholarships YMCA 90,912 Financial Assistance Kidney Foundation
Teen Leadership YMCA 14,144 Senior Exercise Kirtland Senior Cntr.
Girls in Real Life YMCA 5,024 Drug Repository Lake County Gen Health
Out-Patient Counseling Lake-Geauga Recovery
Residential Trt.Wom. Lake-Geauga Recovery
Residential Trt.Mens Lake-Geauga Recovery
Healthy Heart Lake Health
Medication Assist Lifeline
Senior Transportaion Madison Senior Cntr.
Special Elders Prgm. Mentor Senior Cntr.
Memory Class Perry Senior Center
Senior Exercise Perry Senior Center
Senior Exercise Painesville Senior Cntr.
Social Adult Salvation Army Citadel
Counseling Western Res. Couns.
Senior Exercise Wickliffe Senior Cntr.
Senior Exercise Willowick Senior Cntr.
Phys.- Spec. Pop. YMCA
Youth Aquatics YMCA
TOTALS: 516,933 $ 628,765 $
EDUCATION INCOME HEALTH
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UNITYED WAY OF LAKE COUNTY
FY 2015 Core Funding by National Categories
Allocation
6,000 $
17,300
5,000
-
7,255
59,252
17,776
84,619
23,567
5,750
8,250
72,973
87,608
18,600
9,675
60,349
28,000
5,000
15,000
54,808
58,561
37,526
10,160
28,000
4,000
13,000
2,066
2,590
5,654
22,649
102,704
6,500
4,040
10,670
19,400
914,302 $
2,060,000 $
HEALTH
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FY 2015 Core Funding By Catagory
Education Income Health
Health $890,919
46.5%
Education $512,973
26.8%
Income $512,108
26.7%
Education 516,933 $ 25.1
Income 628,765 $ 30.5
Health 914,302 $ 44.4
2,060,000 $
United Way of Lake County
FY 2015 Funding by Type
Program Agency Allocation Program Agency Allocation Program Agency Allocation
Disaster Relief American Red Cross 17,300 BB-BS Prog. Big Brothers/Big Sisters 49,746 $ Military Families American Red Cross 5,000
Health Services American Red Cross - Sidekick Prog. Big Brothers/Big Sisters 38,042 $ Chronic Disease Mngt Arthritis Found. 7,255
Infant Formula Birthright, Inc. 6,000 $ Boy Scouts Boy Scouts 15,000 Counseling Beacon Health 59,252
Emergency Assistance Catholic Charities 31,400 $ Cub Scouts Boy Scouts 47,500 Train. Max. Indep. Beacon Health 17,776
Emergency Assistance Lake County Comm Network 28,200 Explorers Boy Scouts 4,427 Volunteer Development Boy Scouts 5,342
Shelter Forbes House 96,100 Congregate Meals Council on Aging 84,619 Camping Camp Sue 37,700
Financial Assistance Kidney Foundation 28,000 Senior Exercise Eastlake Senior Cntr. 5,750 Latino Outreach Catholic Charities 42,141 $
Furniture Lake Geauga Furniture Bank 4,000 Extended Hours Fairport Senior Cntr. 8,250 Child Care Child Care on Sq. 62,507
Homeless Shelter Project Hope 66,500 Scholarships Fine Arts Assoc. 31,447 PHP Program Crossroads 23,567
Emergency Assistance Salvation Army Citadel 63,900 Youth Enrichment Girl Scouts 10,175 Acute Clinic Program Free Medical Clinic 72,973
Emergency Assistance Salvation Army SU 43,900 Senior Exercise Kirtland Senior Cntr. 5,000 Chronic Care Program Free Medical Clinic 87,608
211 Lifeline 100,324 Reading Program Lake County Captains 8,000 Dental Program Free Medical Clinic 18,600
Healthy Heart Lake Health 10,160 Prescriptions Free Medical Clinic 9,675
Family Development Lifeline 5,100 Hospice Care Hospice of the WR 60,349
Senior Transportaion Madison Senior Cntr. 4,000 Social Worker Lake Academy 6,550
Special Elders Prgm. Mentor Senior Cntr. 13,000 Out-Patient Counseling Lake-Geauga Recovery 54,808
Memory Class Perry Senior Center 2,066 Residential Trt.Wom. Lake-Geauga Recovery 58,561
Senior Exercise Perry Senior Center 2,590 Residential Trt.Mens Lake-Geauga Recovery 37,526
Senior Exercise Painesville Senior Cntr. 5,654 Drug Repository Lake County Gen Health 15,000
Social Adult Salvation Army Citadel 22,649 Security Deposits Lifeline 20,500
Youth Development Sal. Army Citadel 49,000 Medication Assist Lifeline 28,000
Faith in Action Senior Independence 15,000 Transitional Housing New Directions 60,000
Senior Exercise Wickliffe Senior Cntr. 6,500 Homeless Drop-in Cntr. Salvation Army Citadel 40,700
Senior Exercise Willowick Senior Cntr. 4,040 Child Care Starting Point 8,779
Scholarships YMCA 90,912 Deveruex Program Starting Point 10,000
Girls in Real Life YMCA 5,024 Counseling Western Res. Couns. 102,704
Youth Aquatics YMCA 19,400 Housing Rehab WRCDC 11,000
Child Care YMCA 22,638
Phys.- Spec. Pop. YMCA 10,670
Teen Leadership YMCA 14,144
TOTALS: 485,624 $ 563,051 $ 1,011,325 $
2,060,000 $
Emergency/Crisis Prevention Intervention
2015 Core funding by Type
Emergency/Crisis Prevention Intervention
Intervention
52%
Emergency/Crisis
20%
Prevention
28%
Emergency/Crisis 485,624 $ 23.57%
Prevention 563,051 $ 27.33%
Intervention 1,011,325 $ 49.09%
2,060,000 $ 100%
Type
Crisis Prevention Intervention
FY 2009 449,482 $ 577,251 $ 895,267 $ 1,922,000 $ FY 2009
FY 2010 419,220 $ 546,784 $ 846,996 $ 1,813,000 $ FY 2010
FY 2011 416,674 $ 536,820 $ 870,506 $ 1,824,000 $ FY 2011
FY 2012 429,050 $ 534,820 $ 878,130 $ 1,842,000 $ FY 2012
FY 2013 436,739 $ 544,635 $ 918,626 $ 1,900,000 $ FY 2013
FY 2014 392,562 $ 575,695 $ 1,015,743 $ 1,984,000 $ FY 2014
FY 2015 485,624 $ 563,051 $ 1,011,325 $ 2,060,000 $ FY 2015
Crisis Prevention Intervention
FY 2009 23.4 46.6 30.0 100.0 FY 2009
FY 2010 23.1 46.7 30.2 100.0 FY 2010
FY 2011 22.8 47.7 29.4 100.0 FY 2011
FY 2012 23.3 47.7 29.0 100.0 FY 2012
FY 2013 23.0 48.3 28.7 100.0 FY 2013
FY 2014 19.8 51.2 29.0 100.0 FY 2014
FY 2015 23.6 49.1 27.3 100.0 FY 2015

Category
Education Income Health
563,741 $ 458,982 $ 899,277 $ 1,922,000 $
530,349 $ 450,182 $ 832,469 $ 1,813,000 $
522,890 $ 447,937 $ 853,173 $ 1,824,000 $
515,980 $ 491,814 $ 834,206 $ 1,842,000 $
531,973 $ 470,678 $ 897,349 $ 1,900,000 $
512,973 $ 512,108 $ 890,919 $ 1,916,000 $
516,933 $ 628,765 $ 914,302 $ 2,060,000 $
Education Income Health
29.3 23.9 46.8 100.0
29.3 24.8 45.9 100.0
28.7 24.6 46.8 100.0
28.0 26.7 45.3 100.0
28.0 24.8 47.2 100.0
26.8 26.7 46.5 100.0
25.1 30.5 44.4 100.0
Crisis Prevention
FY 2009 $449,482 $577,251
FY 2010 $419,220 $546,784
FY 2011 $416,674 $536,820
$-
$200,000
$400,000
$600,000
$800,000
$1,000,000
$1,200,000
Core Funding by Type FY 2009 - FY 2015
FY 2011 $416,674 $536,820
FY 2012 $429,050 $534,820
FY 2013 $436,739 $544,635
FY 2014 $392,562 $575,695
FY 2015 $485,624 $563,051
FY 2009 FY 2010 FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2013 FY 2014
Intervention
$895,267
$846,996
$870,506
$870,506
$878,130
$918,626
$1,015,743
$1,011,325
FY 2014 FY 2015
Crisis Prevention
FY 2009 23.4 46.6
FY 2010 23.1 46.7
FY 2011 22.8 47.7
FY 2012 23.3 47.7
FY 2013 23.0 48.3
FY 2014 19.8 51.2
FY 2015 23.6 49.1
0.0
10.0
20.0
30.0
40.0
50.0
60.0
Core Funding Percentages by Type FY 2009
FY 2009 FY 2010 FY 2011 FY 2012
Prevention Intervention
30.0
30.2
29.4
29.0
28.7
29.0
27.3
Core Funding Percentages by Type FY 2009 - FY 2015
FY 2012 FY 2013 FY 2014 FY 2015
Education Income Health
FY 2009 $563,741 $458,982 $899,277
FY 2010 $530,349 $450,182 $832,469
FY 2011 $522,890 $447,937 $853,173
FY 2012 $515,980 $491,814 $834,206
FY 2013 $531,973 $470,678 $897,349
FY 2014 $512,973 $512,108 $890,919
FY 2015 $516,933 $628,765 $914,302
$-
$100,000
$200,000
$300,000
$400,000
$500,000
$600,000
$700,000
$800,000
$900,000
$1,000,000
Core Funding by National Catagory FY 2009 - FY 2015
FY 2009 FY 2010 FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2013 FY 2014 FY 2015
FY 2009 FY 2010 FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2013 FY 2014 FY 2015
Education Income
FY 2009 29.3 23.9
FY 2010 29.3 24.8
FY 2011 28.7 24.6
FY 2012 28.0 26.7
FY 2013 28.0 24.8
FY 2014 26.8 26.7
FY 2015 25.1 30.5
0.0
5.0
10.0
15.0
20.0
25.0
30.0
35.0
40.0
45.0
50.0
Core Funding Percentages by National Catagory FY 2009
FY 2009 FY 2010 FY 2011 FY 2012
Health
46.8
45.9
46.8
45.3
47.2
46.5
44.4
Core Funding Percentages by National Catagory FY 2009 - FY 2015
FY 2012 FY 2013 FY 2014 FY 2015
Solutions Panels Grants Summary 2013 2014
Dollars Dollars
Program SPENT SPENT
Emergency - 2014
American Red Cross 5,000
Lifeline 3,500
Forbes House 2,320
SENIOR PANEL
OBJECTIVE Senior Independence
Council on Aging (Pending) 500 2,000
To Core
HEALTH & WELLNESS PANEL
OBJECTIVE Promoting Healthy Lifestyles
Lake County General Health District Narcan 1st year 10,000
Just run Lake County (LCGHD) 5,275 7,500
Lake Geauga Recovery 7,000
To Core
BASIC NEEDS PANEL
OBJECTIVE Financial Stability
Transfer to Food Bank One time 10,000
To Core
Lake - Geauga Furniture Bank To Core 4,000 4,000
CHILDREN & FAMILIES PANEL
OBJECTIVE Literacy - Education
Achievement Program Juvenile Court 3rd year (not to core) 3,400 3,400
YMCA Summer Lesarning Program 5,000
OSU Extension office Lake County Parent Project 400
Lake Academy - Transportation Volunteer Prog. Rejected 2,500
Painesville City Schools - Family Resource Center 10,000
To Core
Social Worker / Troubled Youth - Lake Academy To Core 3,250 6,550
29,745 65,850
TOTAL COMMUNITY IMPACT
Total Core Funding: 2,060,000 $
UWLC designation to member agencies 44,533 $
UWLC designations to non-member agencies 87,264 $
Raised here paid out by other UW'S: 263,522 $
FUNDING IMPACT TO CORE PROGRAMS 2,455,319 $
AGENCY
FY 2014 Total
Funding
FY 2015
Proposed
Funding
UWLC
Designation
Solution
Panel/One
Time
TOTAL UWLC
American Red Cross + Emergency $ 35,733 $ 22,300 440 $ 22,740 $
Arthritis Foundation $ 7,255 $ 7,255 7,255 $
Beacon Health $ 78,000 $ 77,028 614 $ 77,642 $
Big Brothers/ Big Sisters $ 90,000 $ 87,788 1,106 $ 88,894 $
Birthright, Lake Co. $ 5,750 $ 6,000 845 $ 6,845 $
Boy Scouts - GWRC $ 76,252 $ 72,269 5,028 $ 77,297 $
Camp Sue Osborn $ 37,700 $ 37,700 1,346 $ 39,046 $
Catholic Charities $ 73,717 $ 73,541 2,923 $ 76,464 $
Child Care on the Square $ 64,080 $ 62,507 390 $ 62,897 $
Lake County Community Network $ 28,200 $ 28,200 28,200 $
Council on Aging + Solutiion Panel $ 85,119 $ 84,619 897 $ 2,000 $ 87,516 $
Crossroads $ 23,864 $ 23,567 1,662 $ 25,229 $
Eastlake Sr. Ctr. $ 5,750 $ 5,750 5,750 $
Fairport Sr. Ctr. $ 8,200 $ 8,250 8,250 $
Fine Arts Assoc. $ 32,000 $ 31,447 1,331 $ 32,778 $
Forbes House + Emergency $ 100,320 $ 96,100 3,067 $ 99,167 $
Free Medical Clinic $ 186,872 $ 188,856 1,436 $ 190,292 $
Girl Scouts $ 10,431 $ 10,175 10,175 $
Hospice $ 60,349 $ 60,349 6,422 $ 66,771 $
Kidney Foundation $ 27,535 $ 28,000 1,840 $ 29,840 $
Kirtland Senior Center $ 5,000 $ 5,000 5,000 $
Lake Academy $ 5,750 $ 6,550 6,550 $ 13,100 $
Lake County Captains $ 8,000 $ 8,000 8,000 $
LC General Health + Solution Panel $ 20,275 $ 15,000 17,500 $ 32,500 $
Lake Geauga Furniture + Solution Panel $ 4,000 $ 4,000 4,000 $ 8,000 $
Lake-Geauga Recovery $ 152,800 $ 150,895 1,038 $ 7,000 $ 158,933 $
Lake Health $ 10,159 $ 10,160 1,780 $ 11,940 $
Lifeline, Inc. $ 158,690 $ 153,924 399 $ 154,323 $
Madison Senior Center $ 4,000 $ 4,000 75 $ 4,075 $
Mentor Sr. Ctr. $ 13,000 $ 13,000 13,000 $
New Directions $ 63,600 $ 60,000 60,000 $
Painesville Sr. Ctr. $ 5,654 $ 5,654 5,654 $
Perry Senior Center $ 4,656 $ 4,656 4,656 $
Project Hope $ 66,300 $ 66,500 2,487 $ 68,987 $
Sal. Army Citadel $ 181,700 $ 176,249 3,560 $ 179,809 $
Sal. Army Service Units $ 44,800 $ 43,900 43,900 $
Senior Independence $ 14,000 $ 15,000 1,040 $ 16,040 $
Starting Point $ 19,000 $ 18,779 18,779 $
Western Reserve Coun. $ 104,000 $ 102,704 102,704 $
W.R. Community Devel. $ 12,206 $ 11,000 11,000 $
Wickliffe Sr. Ctr. $ 6,500 $ 6,500 6,500 $
Willowick Sr. Ctr. $ 5,000 $ 4,040 390 $ 4,430 $
YMCA $ 166,128 $ 162,788 4,417 $ 5,000 $ 172,205 $
Juvenile Court Solution Panel $ 3,400 3,400 $ 3,400 $
OSU Extension Office Solution Panel 400 $ 400 $
Painesville City School Solution Panel 10,000 $ 10,000 $
2,115,745 $ 2,060,000 $ 44,533 $ 55,850 $ 2,160,383 $
UNITED WAY OF LAKE COUNTY
FY 2015 Total Community Impact
TOP TEN CORE PROGRAM FUNDED AGENCIES
1. Lake County Free Medical Clinic 190,292 $
2. Salvation Army Citadel 179,809 $
3. Lake County YMCA 172,205 $
4. Lake - Geauga Recovery Center 158,933 $
5. Lifeline 154,323 $
6. Western Reserve Counseling 102,704 $
7. Forbes House 99,167 $
8. Big Brothers/Big Sisters NEO 88,894 $
9. Council On Aging 87,516 $
10. Beacon Health 77,642 $
TOP TEN FUNDED PROGRAMS
1. Counseling (Western Reserve Counseling) 102,704 $
2. 211 (Lifeline) 100,324 $
3. Shelter from Domestic Violence (Forbes House) 96,100 $
4. YMCA Scholarships 90,912 $
5. Chronic Care Program (Lake County Free Clinic) 87,608 $
6. Congregate Meals(Council On Aging ) 84,619 $
7. Acute Clinic Program (Lake County Free Clinic) 72,973 $
8. Homeless Shelter (Project Hope) 66,500 $
9. Emergency Assistance (Salvation Army Citadel) 63,900 $
10. Child Care (Child Care on the Square) 62,507 $
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