Appalachian Foothills Housing
Trying to outfit children with school shoes can be a daunting task for many Sandy Hook families Once again, volunteers and donations along with the special care of one of our community partners, Appalachian Foothills Housing, came through in fine style. They raised funds to buy new shoes for children including 15 families in Elliott County. Each child got a “goodie bag”with new socks to match their shoes.
Thanks to Appalachian Foothills for being a caring partner!
Annual Report 2011—2012
As part of our commitment to transparency and accountability, we have published our income and expenses for FY 2011-2012. We also have our 990 form posted on-line for you to see. www.guidestar.com
The IRS Form 990 is titled “Return of Organization Exempt From Income Tax.” It is submitted by taxexempt organizations and nonprofit organizations to provide the Internal Revenue Service with annual financial information. Public Inspection IRC 6104(d) regulations state that an organization must provide copies of its three most recent Form 990s to anyone who requests them, whether in person, by mail, fax, or e-mail.
Additionally, requests may be made via the IRS using Form 4506-A, and PDF copies can often be found online on sites such as Foundation Center’s 990 Finder and Guidestar.org.
LAST CHANCE TO ORDER!
ENGRAVE YOUR NAME INTO SARAH’S PLACE
CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER HISTORY
Simply download and fill out the order form
Then Mail to: Sarah’s Place Women’s Resource Center
P.O. Box 197
Sandy Hook, KY 41171
(Please make checks payable to Sarah’s Place)
Our Outreach Expands to The Hungry of Our County
The US Department of Agriculture operates the Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP) to distribute food to people over 60 years old. To qualify, a senior must have an income 130% below the federal poverty rate or $ 14,157.00 annually.
In Elliott County, there are 96 seniors who qualify, and 11 more on our waiting list for this food, a sign of these hard times. Our program is limited to 100 senior participants. The food boxes consist of canned food and dried goods or perishables, including fruit, vegetables, dried beans, canned meat, grains, legumes, fresh cheese, and ready to eat cereals.
November 3rd was our first month of distribution. Cadets from the Elliott
County High School JROTC, led by our Board Secretary, Sgt. Vaughda Wooten they stepped up. They volunteered to help us unload the God’s Food Pantry truck, package up the food, and help the seniors carry it out to their cars.
Local resident Wilma Fraley, a community volunteer who helps wherever she is needed, helped keep the distribution running smoothly.