Your gift to the Great Plains Food Bank has an amazing impact!
For every charitable dollar we receive we can provide food for three meals. Dollar for dollar, this is one of the most cost effective ways you can fight hunger.
The Great Plains Food Bank is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and solicits and receives in-kind food resources and charitable financial contributions from individuals, corporations, churches, civic organizations, government entities and private foundations. Ninety-six percent of donations to the Great Plains Food Bank are applied directly to our programs and services. Illustrated below is a breakdown of the sources of revenue and areas of expense for fiscal year 2018.
Statement of Financial Position
For year ended June 30, 2018
PUBLIC SUPPORT AND REVENUE
Private contributions and events ($3,508,259)
Government contracts and grants ($213,700)
United Way and private grants ($479,812)
Program revenues ($882,593)
Investments and other incomes ($13,828)
USDA food received ($2,248,788)
Donated food received ($21,844,452)
TOTAL PUBLIC SUPPORT AND REVENUE ($29,191,432)
Programs and services ($27,102,845)
Administrative and general ($386,604)
TOTAL EXPENSES ($28,388,578)
CHANGE IN NET ASSETS ($802,854)
Net assets, beginning of year ($3,917,020)
Net assets, end of year ($4,719,874)
SOURCES OF FUNDING
Government contracts and grants (4%)
United Way and private grants (9%)
Program revenues (17%)
Private contributions (69%)
Investments and other income (1%)
Administrative and general (1%)
Programs and services (96%)
*Includes the value of donated food.