Sarasota Manatee Jewish Housing Council Inc d/b/a Kobernick Anchin Benderson
1951 N Honore Ave
Sarasota FL 34235


As a not-for-profit organization with a reverence for life and a belief in its dignity, we create and sustain non-exclusionary communities where seniors can live life to its fullest, answering their needs for quality housing, financial peace of mind, wellness, safety and spiritual fulfillment.

CEO/Executive Director Ms. Heidi Brown
Board Chair Mr. Randy Mallitz
Board Chair Affiliation Entrepreneur
General Info
Organization DBA
Kobernick Anchin Benderson
Supported Organization Kobernick Anchin Benderson
Former Names
Tax Exempt Status Public Supported Charity
Incorporation Year 1988
Awarded competitive grant from Community Foundation in the last 5 years? Yes
State Charitable Solicitations Permit Yes June 2016
State Registration Yes 0
IRS Letter of Determination
Financial Summary
Projected Revenue $16,302,000.00
Projected Expenses $14,732,000.00
Other Documents
Impact Statement

Brain health is an important strategic objective this year on the Kobernick-Anchin-Benderson campus. To help our residents achieve optimal brain health and prevent cognitive decline, we have contracted with Sci-Brain of Roskamp Institute to offer an effective, science-based brain health program. The Get Thinking program is a series of memory-improving and mind strengthening classes led by the Rehabilitation Therapy Director. Get Thinking classes are complimentary, open to the public, and have been filled with people who live in nearby communities of The Meadows and University Park. The Dakim Brain Fitness program continues to be enjoyed by residents and remains a vital part of our goal to foster effective programs that support brain health. The goal is to open the Sci-Brain of Roskamp program to the public in the future.

Multisensory therapy continues to be one of the innovative modalities available in Anchin Pavilion. It opened in November of 2013, and it continues to be used during rehabilitation therapy sessions and as a sensory-therapy activity for individuals who have Alzheimer’s disease, dementia and other neurological conditions. Documented positive results include uplifting people who suffer with Sundown Syndrome and other types of depression, stimulating appetite, calming agitation and anxiety, evoking positive memories that spark conversations, improving body awareness, balance and stability through vestibular and proprioceptive therapies, modifying negative behaviors and enhancing quality of life. A portable system for taking sensory therapy to the bedside of residents in skilled nursing continues to be a need. Multisensory therapy is available to all residents campus-wide and open to the public by appointment for outpatient therapy. The multisensory room was made possible through grants awarded by The Community Foundation of Sarasota County from the Verna L. Grauel Fund, The Jewish Federation of Sarasota-Manatee, Jill and Scott Levine and The Gettinger Family Foundation.

Kobernick University was launched in September, 2013. Since that first class, 3,587 participants have enjoyed 221 classes at Kobernick House, through partnerships with Lifelong Learning Academy, Suncoast Technical College, SILL and other faculty sources. Examples of popular classes offered include iPad Rookies iPad Pros, History of Jewish Humor, the Mystique of Jazz.

Benevolent Care Program is a charitable abatement program, funded by philanthropic gifts. It is available to qualified residents of Kobernick House and Anchin Pavilion who have outlived their resources. As long as funds are available, the Benevolent Care Program continues to provide assistance to qualified applicants when resources have been depleted. The goal is to ensure that individuals can age in place with dignity on the campus they call home.
Needs Statement
  1. Establishment of an endowment for Benevolent Care Program continues to be a major need, as diminished financial reserves dovetail with increased longevity due to medical advances.The Jewish Housing Council sustains its moral commitment to help residents who are experiencing financial challenges, apply for abatement and qualify for that assistance by meeting program requirements, as long as funding is available. Since its inception, the Benevolent Care Program has provided more than $5-million in charitable financial assistance to our residents, helping them stay in their homes on our campus just as the founders dreamed. Your gift ensures that qualified residents can stay in their homes and age in place with dignity. 
  2. Expansion and renovations to enhance existing buildings to better meet the needs of current and future residents. $10-million
  3. Funding for technology resources and campus Wi-Fi. $250,000
  4. New wellness equipment (rehabilitation and independent exercise equipment) to support our proactive approach for healthy living. $100,000
  5. Sponsorship of Kobernick University's life-enriching courses for residents and outside community. Lifelong Learning Academy fees are $2,500 per quarter.Additional office supplies, refreshments and promotional costs of direct mail and advertising for courses offered average $1500 monthly.
Background Statement
In 1987 in response to the needs of the Sarasota-Manatee community, the Sarasota Manatee Jewish Housing Council had a vision to create an affordable senior lifestyle community providing a full continuum of care. The community grew from Kobernick House active independent living to include Anchin Pavilion; assisted living with person-centered memory care and Benderson Family Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. Our goal is ensuring that residents experience peace of mind and dignity as they age in place with independence and on-site healthcare services if needed. 
Areas Served
Areas Served
FL- Manatee
FL- Sarasota
Service Categories
Primary Org Type Human Services
Secondary Org Type Health Care
Tertiary Org Type Health Care
Kobernick, Anchin, Benderson Family Skilled Nursing Rehabilitation, Independent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Care, Rehabilitation and Nursing
Statement from the Board Chair/Board President
"It is not enough to simply stay abreast of the latest innovations, and be aware of the needs of those we serve. We must be proactive in creating the senior living campus of the future." --Dr. Larry Haspel, Immediate Past President of the Jewish Housing Council Board of Directors.
The Jewish Housing Council dream to provide the full continuum of care was realized in April of 2011, with the opening of the Benderson Family Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation  Center. These services add the care that is needed as age advances.
Other examples of firsts for our community include our partnership with Sarasota Memorial Health Care System, resulting in the Anti-coagulation Clinic for residents and people outside the community. 
We have developed additional partnerships with The Jewish Federation of Sarasota-Manatee,  Jewish Family and Childrens Services, LECOM, St. James United Methodist Church, The Alzheimer's Association, Institute for the Ages, Roskamp Institute, NeuroChallenge, The Friendship Center, Lifelong Learning Academy, Adult & Community Enrichment at SCTI, Sarasota Memorial Health Care Systems, Help at Home Homecare and Doctor's Choice Home Care, ORT Volunteers and more. With a collaborative approach through community outreach, we resolve challenges more effectively. 
Statement from the CEO/Executive Director

Assuring the continued legacy of extraordinary care for our residents is of paramount importance to the Sarasota Manatee Jewish Housing Council.  We are known as the senior living community that feels like family, with the security of on-site healthcare services, 24/7 Security staff and a Wellness Center staffed by RNs daily in Kobernick House independent living. This is above and beyond the typical wellness program offered in most independent living communities. The goal is fostering a feeling of a caring family where help is available when needed. 

Our commitment to continue care for all, regardless of their ability to pay, is steadfast. Struggling to manage finances in a sluggish economy, all must carefully evaluate every decision regarding philanthropic commitments to each organization considered. We ask you to consider the Sarasota Manatee Jewish Housing Council as an organization that honors, respects and cares for our parents and grandparents when they need it most. And we hope you will decide that supporting that endeavor is worthy of your gift. We are grateful for the ongoing support through philanthropic gifts from generous community partners.

Your contribution directly affects the lives of our seniors who worked hard and now, due to a faltering economy and through no fault of their own, have outlived their resources.

Designated gifts to support our infrastructure improve the lifestyle for current residents and maintain optimal marketability  to prospective residents in the future.

We strive to continue to earn your trust and respect by achieving financial stability, continuing to manage our wonderful facilities, and above all, providing high quality services for our residents.

Thank you for your financial support to help us achieve our mission.

Description The Dakim Brain Academy is designed with seniors and their care givers in mind. This program is being used in Kobernick House by independent living residents and in Anchin Pavilion by assisted living residents. Dakim Brain Academy offers an interactive approach to stimulating the brain. Twice a week, residents gather for Brain Academy in our Activities Room. On a large screen, participants watch thought-provoking stories, math games and memory puzzles appear. The goal is to solve the puzzles and respond correctly to questions on a broad range of topics, for example, sports and current events. Each week it presents different activities. The residents collaborate to solve the problems and celebrate their high scores. They are very proud of getting the right answers!
Budget $10,000
Category Health Care, General/Other Preventive Health
Program Linked to Organizational Strategy Yes
Population Served Aging, Elderly, Senior Citizens Elderly and/or Disabled
Short Term Success
Providing the Dakim Brain Academy on our campus has several short term advantages.
  1. Keeping senior residents mentally active and challenged through the broad range of Brain Academy exercises.
  2. Helping residents with mental recollection for brain stimulation.
  3. Providing a time for the seniors to be social and interact with each other in a stimulating way.
Long Term Success
The Dakim Brain Academy has several positive and lasting effects.

  1. Preventive program giving essential tools to maintain brain health and get the most out of life.
  2. Reducing the threat of memory loss. 
  3. Improving sense of achievement, competence and overall well-being. 
  4. More than two decades of medical research document that regular, comprehensive brain exercise can reduce the risk of cognitive decline by up to 63%. Dakim Brain Fitness provides a fun,comprehensive brain workout in just 20 minutes.
Program Success Monitoring At each Brain Academy session, the scores are shared with participants.Weekly scores and cumulative scores are tracked, providing the facilitators and residents with a historical tracking of each participant’s progress.
Program Success Examples

"BrainAcademy is a terrific program that helps residents process and recall information and exercise brain function regularly.They are competitive with their weekly score and continuously try to improve their skills." – Tammy Geraldson, Director of Resident Services, Kobernick House


Medical research has documented that verbal communication can be challenging for people who have been diagnosed with memory-related disorders. However, patients with dementia may blossom when given the opportunity to explore the Expressive Arts Programs on the campus. The three components of our Expressive Arts Program include Laughter Unlimited, in collaboration with Circus Sarasota, Music Therapy and Art Therapy.  The program enhances well-being, distracts residents from discomfort, anxiety and feelings of isolation and re-directs their thoughts to the art project at hand – listening to, singing along, or strumming along with music and painting with watercolors. We believe that activity promotes wellness and that inactivity is harmful to mind, body and spirit. All programs are based on the fact that our residents are adults, deserving dignity and respect, and, are capable of making decisions and choices, preserving their independence for as long as possible. Participants in the Expressive Arts Program maintain their highest level of independent functioning, enjoying opportunities to remain physically and mentally active.These programs help residents cope with complex age-related issues including mental and physical illness or limitation, lifestyle transition, end-of-life decisions, grief and self expression. Expressive Arts Programs have been documented to help build self esteem, offer socialization, and help express individuality and creativity.

Budget $15,000
Category Human Services, General/Other Senior Residential Facilities Programs
Program Linked to Organizational Strategy Yes
Population Served Aging, Elderly, Senior Citizens Elderly and/or Disabled People/Families of People with Health Conditions
Short Term Success
Expressive art therapies have several short term advantages.

  1. Engaging participants mentally and creatively 
  2. Increased socialization during watercolor painting class or other art activities and projects offered in small groups 
  3. Distraction from discomfort anxiety and other negative feelings and behaviors.
Long Term Success
Expressive Arts has several positive and lasting effects.

  1. Sense of achievement, helping seniors feel purposeful again. 
  2. Discovery of a creative talent or interest that was not apparent in younger years.
  3. Improved sense of well-being
Program Success Monitoring The program is facilitated by and monitored by the directors of resident services and activities at Kobernick House and Anchin Pavilion, and by the contract experts in the field of art, music and laughter therapy. Participants are tracked on the number of times they participate in each program, improvements made and how they are feeling overall, short-term and long-term.
Program Success Examples “Residents enjoy expressive art therapies, and they experience a sense of achievement. The therapeutic part is in the process of creating. It’s not about the end product.” April Moschini, Activity Director for Anchin and Benderson.
Description Research documents the health benefits of activity and staying engaged physically, mentally and spiritually - and staying connected socially. Our Smart Moves Wellness Program leader is an exercise physiologist, and she integrates in her activities the six dimensions of wellness: physical, social, intellectual, nutritional, community and spiritual. Aging does not have to lead to decreased mobility and resulting painful stiffness. Aging does not have to mean living in isolation. SMART MOVES wellness activities are available every weekday. Classes, assessments and opportunities to work out with weights and bands, participate in water aerobics in the heated pool, join an indoor and/or outdoor walking group, take Movement Magic and other dance classes to stimulate cardiovascular health, intellectual challenges and social interaction.
Budget $97,000
Category Health Care, General/Other Early Intervention & Prevention
Program Linked to Organizational Strategy Yes
Population Served Aging, Elderly, Senior Citizens At-Risk Populations People/Families with of People with Physical Disabilities
Short Term Success
SMART MOVES fitness program has shown several short term advantages.
  1. Engaging participants mentally and physically
  2. Increased socialization during fitness classes 
  3. Increased stability and balance, whether walking with a cane, walker or unassisted.
Long Term Success
SMART MOVES offers several positive and lasting effects.

  1. Safer, more comfortable and more confident mobility, long term.
  2. Increased circulation and respiration. 
  3. Socialization during classes
  4. Sense of achievement, helping seniors feel purposeful again. 
  5. Greater muscle strength, which helps protect bones and prevent falls.
Program Success Monitoring
SMART MOVES fitness activities are led by a trained exercise physiologist.  Participants are monitored before, during and after each class or session determining if there are improved psychical signs.  In addition, these participants are tracked to see if their participation in other activities increases.
Program Success Examples “We work with bands, medicine balls and weights – whatever it takes to be safe and keep exercising. We start out with a fitness assessment in the fitness room, so we know where each person’s strengths are and what they wish to/need to improve. I remind them that improved mobility has practical benefits, like greater flexibility helps you reach into the top of a closet or cabinet and greater upper body strength helps you carry your packages when you go shopping. Better balance can prevent a fall. Most important, I keep the classes fun so they don’t get bored.” – Melinda Zarzycki, Smart Moves Coordinator

In the Anchin Pavilion’s Memory Care wing, the Multisensory Room and the 1950s Kitchen both encourage reminiscent-based activities. 

The Multisensory Room opened in November, 2013, adding more options in the innovative person-centered care provided at Anchin Pavilion. Both the Multisensory Room and the 1950s Kitchen offer different pathways to achieve specific goals based on the individual's plan of care. Both use positive memories to spark interaction and conversation, modify negative behaviors, provide positive focal points and enhance overall sense of happiness and well-being, which improves quality of life. The Multisensory therapy includes stimulation of visual, olfactory, auditory, vestibular and proprioceptive senses.Since the Multisensory Room opened, 10 Super Users have been trained and 10 residents have been assessed and have benefited from 33 Multisensory Room sessions for activities. Now being explored is another option for delivering sensory therapy to the residents of the Benderson Family Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Center via portable therapy carts that can be taken to the person's bedside.


More than 5 million Americans are believed to suffer from Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia, with the number expected to triple by 2050. Cures and prevention remain elusive goals, but as more is learned about what parts of the brain are most afflicted, behavioral therapies are developing.
Budget $16,000
Category Human Services, General/Other Senior Residential Facilities Programs
Program Linked to Organizational Strategy Yes
Population Served Aging, Elderly, Senior Citizens Other Health/Disability Aging, Elderly, Senior Citizens
Short Term Success
Short-Term Success is measured by
  1. mood improvements
  2. improved signs of comfort
  3. increased socialization
  4. increased verbal skills
Long Term Success
The long-term success can be measured by:
  • Improved, more positive mood
  • Fewer instances of disruptive behaviors
  • Decreased feelings of anxiety and fear
  • Improved communication skills and enhanced interpersonal interactions.
  • Less dependency on anti-anxiety medications.
  • Increased appetite for "Sundowners"
  • Increased ability to express wants and needs
  • Increased positive verbal interactions


Program Success Monitoring

Program success is monitored by documenting outcomes and modified behaviors

  1. the number of times the residents participate in activities. 
  2. the growth in the participation groups
  3. interactions during activities 
  4. residual effects of modified behaviors following activities
Program Success Examples

“When you bring them into a space like this, it triggers something,” says April Moschini, certified activity director. “It awakens their memories; it brings them back to maybe their first home as a married woman or married man. I've even had a couple of gentlemen who've said, ‘You know, you didn't do this part right.' ”

“Last night we had so many people sitting out here,” she adds, smiling. “We had old records on the stereo from the '50s, and they were just hanging out for the sunset and enjoying the outdoor porch. Maybe about four or five years ago was the last time I saw anyone doing that here.”

Anna Kulbersh, who grew up in the Dorchester-Roxbury area of Boston, joyfully describes the stove. “I remember the electric stove, because they had just come out,” she says. “I was baking in an electric oven and it was beautiful; the cakes came out super. You turned the pan over and out came the cake! Then came the frosting — beautiful chocolate frosting.”


Her mention of chocolate launches some spirited table talk about a kosher candy store that another resident owned in Brooklyn.
Description Kobernick University began in August 2013. It offers life-enriching classes to our residents and to the community. We partner with Lifelong Learning of USF, Sarasota County Technical Institute, SILL, Senior Friendship Center and speakers from the arts organizations and other faculty and presenters to bring a wealth of classes into Kobernick House and Anchin Pavilion. Our agreement with Lifelong Learning Academy of USF costs $2,500 per quarter, and we spend about $1,500 per month to promote the classes with direct mail pieces to targeted zip codes. Other expenses include refreshments and supplies and copies for some of the instructors. Actress Nan Colton charges $400 per presentation, and her portrayals of Agatha Christie, Georgia O'Keeffe and Berthe Morisot are among our most popular presentations. Finding a sponsor to underwrite this program would be a tremendous benefit for our residents and surrounding community participants.
Budget $30,000
Category Education, General/Other Adult Education
Program Linked to Organizational Strategy Yes
Population Served Adults Elderly and/or Disabled Families
Short Term Success At the end of a series of classes, 50% of participating residents have learned something new, made new friends or connected with someone they know about a new subject, enhancing their socialization and quality of life.Surveys indicate the classes are popular with residents and community participants.
Long Term Success Increased engagement of residents and social stimulation for residents, families and outside community.
Program Success Monitoring Surveys, faculty documentation, comments from residents and their desire to keep signing up again for more classes.
Program Success Examples The program is doing well because lass sizes are growing and feedback is favorable.
Program Comments by Organization
Program Comments by Foundation
CEO/Executive Director
CEO/Executive Director Ms. Heidi Brown
CEO Term Start Apr 2014
CEO/Executive Director Email

Chief Executive Officer Heidi Brown brings to the Jewish Housing Council and the campus of Kobernick-Anchin-Benderson more than 17 years of experience in leadership roles with senior living communities. Outstanding achievements include managing the construction of a new $7-million building, Cohen-Rosen House for Alzheimer’s/Dementia Care. While serving as Administrator of Landow House and Cohen-Rosen House on the campus of Charles E. Smith Life Communities in Rockville, Maryland, she maintained 100 percent occupancy in both facilities. Ms. Brown earned her Masters of Social Work at University of Maryland at Baltimore and her undergraduate degree in Psychology at State University of New York at Albany.

Former CEOs/Executive Directors
Ms. Darlene Arbeit June 1997 - Jan 2014
Senior Staff
Ms. Elaine Boyer Administrator Anchin Pavilion and Benderson Family Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Center
Ms. Frances R. Covalt Sarasota Manatee Jewish Housing Council, Kobernick House Administrator
Mr. David Larson CFO
Terry Marks Vice President of Philanthropy
Stacy Prouty Director of Sales, Marketing and Communications
Staff & Volunteer Statistics
Full Time Staff 135
Part Time Staff 65
Staff Retention Rate % 92
Professional Development Yes
Contractors 5
Volunteers 106
Management Reports to Board Yes
CEO/Executive Director Formal Evaluation Yes
Senior Management Formal Evaluation Yes
Non-Management Formal Evaluation Yes
  1. Sarasota Memorial Health Care System
  2. Friendship Centers
  3. JFCS: Jewish Family and Children's Services
  4. SCTI:Sarasota County Technical Institute
  5. Goldie Feldman Academy of Temple Beth Sholom
  6. Jewish Federation of Sarasota Manatee
  7. St. James Church
  8. St. Judes Catholic Church
  9. Riverview High School
  10. Publix
  11. Alzheimer's Association
  12. Lecom
  13. National Council of Jewish Women
  14. ORT
  15. Neuro Challenge
  16. Lifelong Learning Academy
  17. Detweiler's
  18. Roskamp Institute
External Assessments and Accreditations
Awards & Recognition
Innovative Program of the YearAJAS: Association of Jewish Aging Services2010
Innovative Program of the YearAJAS: Association of Jewish Aging Services2011
Innovative Program of the YearAJAS: Association of Jewish Aging Services2012
Risk Management Provisions
Government Licenses
Organization Licensed by the Government Yes
Fundraising Plan No
Communication Plan No
Strategic Plan No
Strategic Plan Years 3
Strategic Plan Adopted Sept 2013
Management Succession Plan No
Continuity of Operations Plan No
Nondiscrimination Policy Yes
Whistle Blower Policy Yes
Document Destruction Policy Yes
Directors and Officers Insurance Policy No
Policies and Procedures Yes
Management Comments by Organization
Management Comments by Foundation
Board Chair
Board Chair Mr. Randy Mallitz
Company Affiliation Entrepreneur
Board Term June 2014 to June 2017
Board Chair Email
Board Members
Board Members
Dr. Larry Haspel Retired Physician; Health Facilities Accreditation Program, Chair
Mr. Randy Mallitz Retired Businessman, Entrepreneur, Accountant
Mr. Martin Marcus Retired Businessman
Mr. Henry Mason Engineer
Mr. Hyman Polakoff Retired Accountant
Mr. Kenneth Stock Retired CFO
Student serving on the board through Community Youth Development? No
Constituency Includes Client Representation Yes
Board Ethnicity
African American/Black 0
Asian American/Pacific Islander 0
Caucasian 5
Hispanic/Latino 0
Native American/American Indian 0
Other 0 1
Board Gender
Male 6
Female 0
Unspecified 0
Board Term Lengths 3
Board Term Limits 2
Board Orientation Yes
Number of Full Board Meetings Annually 10
Board Meeting Attendance % 73
Board Self-Evaluation No
Written Board Selection Criteria Yes
Board Conflict of Interest Policy Yes
% of Board Making Monetary Contributions 93
% of Board Making In-Kind Contributions 100
Standing Committees
Board Governance
Strategic Planning / Strategic Direction
Governance Comments by Organization

The greatest opportunity one can receive is being given the honor of service to your community. I am proud to be in the role of leading Kobernick-Anchin-Benderson, a rental senior lifestyle community with a proud heritage and a future directed towards growth. Kobernick-Anchin-Benderson was founded with a vision to serve the needs of seniors in the community, and I look forward to continuing that tradition. My focus is simple: Provide a culture and team that are motivated to providing quality care with a dedication to service excellence  - every time, with every touch.

Governance Comments by Foundation
Fiscal Year Projections
Fiscal Year Begins 2015
Fiscal Year Ends 2016
Projected Revenue $16,302,000.00
Projected Expenses $14,732,000.00
Endowment Value
Endowment Spending Policy N/A
Endowment Spending Policy %
Capital Campaign
In a Capital Campaign No
Campaign Purpose
Campaign Goal
Campaign Dates 0 to 0
Amount Raised To Date 0 as of 0
Anticipate Campaign within 5 years?
Historical Financial Review
Revenue SourcesHelpThe financial analysis involves a comparison of the IRS Form 990 and the audit report (when available) and revenue sources may not sum to total based on reconciliation differences. Revenue from foundations and corporations may include individual contributions when not itemized separately.
Fiscal Year201420132012
Foundation and
Corporation Contributions
Government Contributions$0$0$0
Individual Contributions$870,310$673,038$3,009,539
Investment Income, Net of Losses($3,467)$26,553$24,974
Membership Dues$0$0$0
Special Events$0$0$0
Revenue In-Kind$0$0$0
Expense Allocation
Fiscal Year201420132012
Program Expense$13,443,612$9,034,077$7,798,635
Administration Expense$3,218,598$6,723,830$8,502,755
Fundraising Expense$0$0$0
Payments to Affiliates$0$0$0
Total Revenue/Total Expenses1.021.071.03
Program Expense/Total Expenses81%57%48%
Fundraising Expense/Contributed Revenue0%0%0%
Assets and Liabilities
Fiscal Year201420132012
Total Assets$27,037,616$27,007,977$26,471,746
Current Assets$5,103,790$4,760,578$3,469,356
Long-Term Liabilities$36,924,252$37,318,836$38,132,804
Current Liabilities$2,378,470$2,207,871$2,061,405
Total Net Assets($12,265,106)($12,518,730)($13,722,463)
Top Funding Sources
Fiscal Year201420132012
Top Funding Source & Dollar AmountRental Revenue $10,523,757Rental Revenue $9,966,758Rental Income $9,260,930
Second Highest Funding Source & Dollar AmountNet Patient Service Revenue $4,948,023Net Patient Service Revenue $5,645,929Net Patient Service Revenue $3,876,449
Third Highest Funding Source & Dollar AmountContributions, gifts, grants $870,310Contributions, gifts, grants $673,038Contributions, gifts, grants $3,009,539
CEO/Executive Director Compensation $150,001 - $175,000
Co-CEO/Executive Director Compensation
Tax Credits Yes
Short Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201420132012
Current Ratio: Current Assets/Current Liabilities2.152.161.68
Long Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201420132012
Long-Term Liabilities/Total Assets137%138%144%
Financials Comments
Financial Comments by Organization
Financial Comments by Foundation Financial figures were taken from the combined financial statements of The Obligated Group, which is comprised of the Sarasota-Manatee Jewish Housing Council, Inc. and the related Foundation. 
Nonprofit Sarasota Manatee Jewish Housing Council Inc d/b/a Kobernick Anchin Benderson
Address 1951 N Honore Ave
Sarasota, FL 34235
Phone 941 377-0781