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  • Total Apportionment has remained relatively flat. Budget was reset in 2011 after steep drop off in Apportionment income in 2009.2012 Total Apportionment: $8.3 M2012 Budget: $6.8 M (82% collection rate--back to pre-recession level) (2013 Appt to budget will decrease to 80% collection rate)
  • Where will the 2012 Apportionment come from?Aurora & Elgin: over 50%Northwestern: 12Southern: 14 DeKalb: 11Rockford: 12
  • Only 16 churches (4%) are asked to contribute 25% of the total Apportionment9 of those churches are in Aurora DistrictTop church asked to contribute 50% of Appts.
  • Achievers (or loyalists): Have Paid 100% for 4 out the past 5 yearsFor all NIC: 55% are consistent 100% payers10% are consistently not supporters, paying less than 40% over the past 5 years and have not demonstrated improvement35% are somewhere in between: Variable Churches are our “Make or Break” churches. They’ll determine whether we reach our $6.8 Million goal.Q1Slacker (1): Naperville CommunityVariable (3) : Glen Ellyn First, St. Charles Baker, Wheatland SalemAchievers to watch (2): St. Mark, Wheaton Gary
  • Since 2001 churches that have been unable to pay their apportionment in full have paid smaller percentages overall. The number of churches paying less than 50% of their apportionment has doubled since 2001: from 55 churches in 2001 to 107 in 2009. 2009 also saw a record 10 churches pay zero apportionment dollars. To address this, we asked each DS to categorize around 25 under-performing churches in their district and this is what we learned:Here’s a look at the monetary impact of these root causes. Of the $2 Million in unpaid Apportionments in 2009:Over $750K due (primarily, according to D.S.’s) to indebtedness or financial management issues (~38%)$600K due to Church decline (~30%)$340K due to Disconnection (~16%)$340K due to Lack of Pastoral Support
  • After presenting this data to the Cabinet, several actions have taken place and others are planned.First, CCFA has convened special taskforce to address the Debt & Financial Management root causes. They’ll be working with each DCBL to standardized the guidelines for approving new construction or remodeling. Emotional/Cultural Disconnect:Provide Pastors“Connected to Transform” materialsAssign Lay SpeakersSchedule Ken Sloane presentationsRecognition of churches improving apportionment performance

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  • NIC Apportionments at a Glance
  • NIC Apportionment history8,500,0008,000,0007,500,0007,000,0006,500,000 Apportioned6,000,000 Budgeted Received5,500,0005,000,0004,500,0004,000,000 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012
  • Apportionment Income7,000,0006,000,0005,000,0004,000,0003,000,0002,000,0001,000,000 - Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Pre-crash ave (2005-08) Post-crash ave (2009-2011) 2012
  • 2012 Apportionment sources: Districts # of Churches 2012 Apportionment 999,972 Aurora 12% Rockford 63 67 2,363,88 941,076 0 11% 29% ElginDeKalb 65 69 1,166,52 0 14% 1,805,04 North- 1,020,13 0 Southern western 2 22% 51 52 12%
  • 2012 Apportionment sources: Quartiles100% 1 1 16 3 2 5 3 9 5 490% 40 13 8 1280% 10 10 79 1570% 1660% 18 Q150% Q2 56 Q340% 51 36 Q430% 232 30 3320% 2610% 0% NIC Aurora Elgin Northwestern Southern DeKalb Rockford
  • 2012 Apportionment sources: PaymentHistory100%90% 1880% 3070% 205 29 42 41 4560% 750% 8 Achiever40% 3 38 Slacker 330% 12 Variable 5 2620% 25 20 124 2310% 15 15 0%
  • 2012 Apportionment sources: PaymentHistory
  • Root Cause Analysis $800,000 Rockford $700,000 ElginUnpaid ‘09 Appt Dollars $600,000 DeKalb Southern $500,000 $400,000 $300,000 $200,000 $100,000 $0 Debt/Investment Church Decline Emotional/Cultural Pastoral Support in Disconnect Growth/Financial Management
  • Addressing Root Causes Cultural/ Financial Debt Emotional Management Disconnect District Committee CCFA Coaching Ken Sloane Visit on Building & • Pilot program with 3 • Promotion of Location Guidelines churches connectional giving Debt Structure Summer Interviews Lay Speakers Survey • Better discussion of • Identify candidates for church’s financial picture Connected to Transform • To identify how CCFA can assist Training
  • Apportionment Formula Support for Ordained Leadership  16% of local church spending on Pastoral Staff Mission & Evangelism  14% of local church spending on Programs & Operations Strengthening the Connection  1% of local church Grand Total spending (A+B+ benevolences)