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I.Generations Total Care Network(GTCN) Non-Profit Organization Executive Summary

   A.Mission

      i.In order to combat...
telecommunications) up to date local venues highlighting new and improved

      institutional, governmental and private-s...
counsel to targeted and identified community members impacted by the disease. GTCN

      will weekly canvass the communit...
provision and tracking of measurable outcome data for the level of impact that the provided

services has on the successfu...
They also often contribute services in kind for counsel and referrals as well as provision

   of needed goods and materia...
•Orientates-trains    staff, designs procedures and forms, approves outreach and

      referrals.

      •Prepare     and...
a)Management

  •Executive   Director: Minimum of BS/BA [ Masters study] with significant and

  relative Non Profits expe...
W.E.S.T. Summary Expense Budget for Board Review
Categories
Statement of Activities West
Englewood Support & Training
(W.E...
Start-Up Expenditures:

                     Supplies (e.g. Equipment Leases)

                           $2500 Vehicle le...
GTCN Costs/Expense projections
Occupancy                                   1500     18000
Salaries                        ...
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  1. 1. I.Generations Total Care Network(GTCN) Non-Profit Organization Executive Summary A.Mission i.In order to combat lack of education access-related services for the inner-city disabled; GTCN exists to provide education information and advocacy, self help support facilitation, and education related training referrals for Chicago’s Englewood community inner-city population suffering from the disenfranchisement effects of poverty, homelessness, failed educational programming and domicile-related familial instabillity. B.Program 1- GTCN Education Information and Assertive self-help Facilitation Services i.Goals a)This program shall increase awareness for the quality of life issues relevant to community residents suffering from a lack of program activities, access to supportive educational networking, transient family housing. b)It shall provide and develop adequate problem solving options that address negative systemic access to care restrictions upon the 's victims within the Englewood area. c)It shall enlighten the general community as to the primary issues related to treatment of educational deficiencies related to issues of homelessness and educational deprivation, quality of life and public health policy impacting those community members at large. d)The program shall empower those residents and families impacted by the through energetic facilitation and leadership development of self-help groups. ii.Objectives a)The program shall provide neighborhood outreach via community focus groups, forums, round-table discussions and public service agendas which will encompass a minimum of 24-30 events per year. b)It shall liaison and communicate (via face to face, direct mail, telephone and public
  2. 2. telecommunications) up to date local venues highlighting new and improved institutional, governmental and private-sector programs which seek to increase care access. c)It will give bi-weekly forums, distribute publications, public service announcements and update residents as to what new policy initiatives are under consideration by public education, social health and governmental research-related agencies. It will also provide a monthly newsletter that focuses on issues relevant to those suffering from the impact of the disease. C.Program 2-Education training/Referral and Advocacy i.Goals a)The program shall routinely and actively seek out community entities and individuals to form partnerships and liaisons whom seek to contribute to this organizations mission. The organization will routinely provide leadership development, administrative and volunteer support and facilitation for fledgling groups who share in its advocacy. b)It shall canvass the community and give outreach referrals for those impacted families seeking to improve their ability to care for those afflicted with the disease. c)It shall enlighten and inform the impacted community by communicating referral options and legislative contacts sympathetic to improving the knowledge and active treatment modalities available. d)It shall seek to formulate and execute strategies that shall impact and modify current - related policy and legislative initiatives. ii.Objectives a)Program officials will routinely attend and contact the community in which it serves with opportunities for the organization's intervention, guidance and collaboration. b)GTCN shall initiate training and development initiatives, workshops and individual
  3. 3. counsel to targeted and identified community members impacted by the disease. GTCN will weekly canvass the community in support of developing data to serve this end. It will also conduct bi-weekly forums with educational, medical, legal, social service and other related nonprofit organizations in seeking to advance its service based knowledge core. c)The program will routinely contact empowered legislative, social service, public health and faith-based organizations, in order to formulate an agenda that supports its shared mission. D.Operational Details i.Program 1 operates it's office Monday-Friday 9am -5 pm and now serves 20 clients. It utilizes U of I and NU professional urban educational research as a consultantcy [to offer their services pro bono on an as needed basis] for educational seminars, focus groups, etc. These consultancies are welcome. ii.A primary staff of 2 hourly workers and 2 trained volunteers give crises referral and intervention, computer skills training and community outreach to identify give liaison to those residents not normally accessed such as shut-ins. iii.Active liaisons with area social service vendors are a must for referral/impact purpose. GTCN must serve the wants of the key, external stakeholder and add value to such. iv.Searching through outreach, door-to-door contact, and local social service agency referrals or via word of mouth inquiry within the targeted community. This identification process entails vigorous assessment of health condition-related joblessness, impoverished economic status, inadequate living arrangements and food needs. v.As well, assessment of the affected population’s educational status and possible need for job skills training along with evaluation of psycho-social status to determine the of their levels of need. This also allows GTCN to establish a meaningful baseline for level of care
  4. 4. provision and tracking of measurable outcome data for the level of impact that the provided services has on the successful progress towards the realization of GTCN’s mission. vi.Both the State of Illinois, CPS and private/public health institutes like Northwestern Hospital and U of I-Med Center actively and financially support community-based programs that assist in their outreach missions such as the VA's Homeless Vets Reintegration Program. Initial indicators for measurement of mission outcomes will be decreased instance of failed access and intervention for those affected residents within the community, successful transition of serviced vets into maintained self help programs and their facilitation to job training or employment that impacts community information impoverishment, neglected health education and improved access to care networks and group facilitation advocacy. Instances of referrals to other social services can address GTCN’s increased effectiveness required a clear strategic plan and a need for an infrastructure. That infrastructure should be philanthropically orientated. This will be conducive to the organization’s start-up commitment to its vision and destiny to become a learning organization. vii. Project 2 - The project proposal for which we shall include the concepts of strategic planning with our fiscal concerns shows that our organization is a non-profit, social services-related start-up called GTCN-Englewood Support & Training. a)GTCN has a quantitative goal to increase its client base by 10-25% within 9 months of this budget approval. b)an open-ended fee per service allotment from the State of Illinois Department of Human Services for companion and homemaker provider-vendors. c)There are a total of 3 board members. The other two members include a local business leader of the 15th ward and a local minister, both of whom supply donations of 100-400 dollars each month. These donations are included in the $3500/month figure.
  5. 5. They also often contribute services in kind for counsel and referrals as well as provision of needed goods and materials intermittently. d)As well, GTCN’s mission is to provide services that relieve, address and/or identify elderly community residents suffering from the effects of disenfranchisement and minimal access to care networks and health education resources related to 's disease. Of particular focus is the devastation among affected veterans with a special focus on those residing in the GTCN Englewood area. e)It also operates it's office Monday-Friday 9am -5 pm and now serves 20 clients. f)A primary staff of 2 hourly workers and 2 trained volunteers allow community outreach to identify give liaison viii. Staffing a)Executive Director •The executive director is responsible for the programmatic and financial performance of the business. He answers to the board for providing leadership in ensuring that the organization's financial allocations, direction and activities are relevant to the mission. He must set the tone of transparency and financial accountability, strengthen the relationship between strong infrastructure and programs, cultivate financial leadership on staff and the board and move the organization past mission versus money mentality. b)Program Managers: •Consult with the Executive Director, staff workers and Chief Financial Officer to develop specific priorities, expense/resource projections, line item allocations, policy implementations relative to measurable program outcome and goals, and program budget development. •Acts as project directors and recruits, hires and screens staff
  6. 6. •Orientates-trains staff, designs procedures and forms, approves outreach and referrals. •Prepare and submit final program evaluations and financial reports. c)Program Workers •Execute outreach, administrative program record keeping, assist in special events •Assist in fund raising activities as deemed by Executive Director. d)Administrative workers/Volunteers •Provide support to all mission related activities inclusive of reception, security, maintenance. e)Funding Development •Cultivate, maintain and implement past current and future funding opportunities, records and intra-departmental needs assessments/allocations. f)Financial Manager •Engages in the Non-profit's transactional and operational interface •Payroll administration •Budgeting development process oversight ix.Physical Plant a)GTCN, currently operating out of the 900 square foot basement of a three-flat Brownstone that also houses a home health agency at 62nd and Justine, has a promise of support in the way of greater office space and small loan pledges in the amount of $500/ month from it’s founder. b)Occupancy costs are projected at $18,000 per year. c)Both programs operate their activities out of the facility on a time shared basis for mutually used areas and have small areas for their specific initiatives. x.Management Qualifications and Governance
  7. 7. a)Management •Executive Director: Minimum of BS/BA [ Masters study] with significant and relative Non Profits experience. Desired experience in fund raising, education environments. •Program Managers: Minimum of AA/AS with significant and relative Non Profits experience. Desired experience in fund raising, education environments. b)Governance •Three board members {to be expanded to Eight} •Extensive financial management, public policy, service, fund raising and education advocacy. •Communications, Ethics and Legal expertise desired. •Minimum board member donations range from $1500-25000 c)Start Up Expenditures •GTCN has a quantitative goal to increase its client base by 10-25% within 9 months of this budget approval. GTCN has two executive representatives; one who serves as founder and chairperson and the other as executive director. The organization has modest current revenues, donations and grants. Revenues amount to $2500/month, donations account for an average of $3500 per month, grant dollars are $12000 each fiscal period on an open-ended fee per service allotment from the State of Illinois Department of Human Services for companion and homemaker provider-vendors.
  8. 8. W.E.S.T. Summary Expense Budget for Board Review Categories Statement of Activities West Englewood Support & Training (W.E.S.T.) For the 12 months Ending July 15, 2009 Healthcare Information & Direct care Administrative Parkinson Categories Self Help Support Svcs training/referral Services Advocacy Fundraising Salary $23,700.00 $23,700.00 $168,300.00 $23,700.00 $17,700.00 Benefits $7,111.00 $7,111.00 $50,490.00 $7,111.00 $3,555.00 Occupancy Costs $18,000.00 Information Technology $6,000.00 $3,000.00 $6,000.00 $6,000.00 $6,000.00 PR Production $6,000.00 $6,000.00 $12,000.00 $6,000.00 $6,000.00 Equipment leasing $2,400.00 $1,200.00 $3,000.00 $12,000.00 $3,000.00 Special Events/Forums $12,000.00 $3,000.00 $6,000.00 $12,000.00 $24,000.00 Training and Development $6,000.00 Program Outreach $2,400.00 $2,400.00 $2,400.00 $2,400.00 Transportation $3,000.00 $12,000.00 $12,000.00 $3,000.00 $6,000.00 Consultant Costs $6,000.00 $1,500.00 $3,000.00 $3,000.00 Desktop Publishing $1,200.00 $1,200.00 $3,000.00 $3,000.00 $1,200.00 Maintenance $1,200.00 $1,200.00 $3,000.00 $600.00 $600.00 Client-Program Interface $1,200.00 $3,000.00 $1,200.00 $600.00 Insurance-Bonding $1,200.00 $1,200.00 $6,000.00 $600.00 $600.00 Accreditation/Certification $1,500.00 $600.00 $600.00 Quality Assurance $1,200.00 $6,000.00 $3,000.00 $1,200.00 $3,000.00 Contingency $12,000.00 Communications $1,500.00 $1,500.00 $3,000.00 $3,000.00 $6,000.00 Salary Overtime Projection $1,200.00 $1,200.00 $3,000.00 $1,200.00 $1,200.00 Cost for generating Future Income $6,000.00 $77,311.00 $81,211.00 $312,090.00 $85,411.00 $90,855.00 ###
  9. 9. Start-Up Expenditures: Supplies (e.g. Equipment Leases) $2500 Vehicle lease and License3 Furnishings-$1500, Maintenance-$500 Sub-Total-$4500+3200=$7700 +$3000 (Rent/Utilities)= $10700 Initial Funding Activity Services Revenue-$2500 Donations/Grants/Fee per Service= $62000
  10. 10. GTCN Costs/Expense projections Occupancy 1500 18000 Salaries Monthly Yearly Executive Director 3000 36000 CEO 4000 48000 CFO/HR 2500 30000 Program Manager/Development Director 2000 24000 Administration Supervisor 1750 21000 Program Worker-Hourly (5) 7400 89000 Finance Worker-Transactions (PT) (1) 800 9600 Trained Volunteers (5) 0 0 Supplies 500 6000 Equipment/Lease 250 3000 Production 500 6000 Adm 450 5400 Fundraising 500 6000 Program 400 4800

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