Longboat Island Chapel Inc dba Aging in Paradise Resource Center (AIP, AIPRC)
6200 GULF OF MEXICO DR
2nd Floor
LONGBOAT KEY FL 34228-1511
Mission
Aging in Paradise Resource Center provides quality solutions and exciting opportunities for local seniors, enabling them to live with dignity and the highest possible level of health, independence and quality of life.
Leadership
CEO/Executive Director Ms. Donna K. Dunio
Board Chair Richard M. Pelton
Board Chair Affiliation Community Volunteer
General Info
Organization DBA
DBA
Aging in Paradise Resource Center
AIP
AIPRC
Tax Exempt Status Public Supported Charity
Incorporation Year 1966
State Charitable Solicitations Permit Exempt 0
State Registration Yes Dec 2020
IRS Letter of Determination
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Financial Summary
 
 
Projected Revenue $342,872.00
Projected Expenses $334,419.00
Impact Statement

Accomplishments:

  1. Dramatically increased the number of high quality useful programs and services and number of seniors served. We are the only Resource Center on LBK. We provide Health and Wellness, Education, Counseling & Referrals.

  2. Bringing SILL, Sarasota Institute of Lifetime Learning to Aging in Paradise Resource Center (AIPRC) so residents of W. Bradenton, Anna Maria Island, Longboat Key and Lido Key could enjoy a world-class lecture series without having to drive in city traffic (extremely difficult for seniors who don’t like to drive or to have to park far from an event). It’s easy for residents from W. Bradenton and the Keys to get to AIPRC and we have plenty of free parking.

  3.  Finding a donor to cover the cost of hiring a p/t assistant. We’re basically a volunteer organization that relies on incredibly gifted and dedicated volunteers, but we do need additional staff. 

  4. Hosting another sold-out fundraising event at the SBC called Cinema Paradiso greatly enhancing our sustainability.

Goals:

  1. Make the Aging Mastery Program, a Patterson Foundation initiative, a core AIPRC program partnering with the National Council on Aging. This is a cumulative 10-part series presented during season. It is designed to enable seniors to navigate the future by knowing the steps to take to enhance longevity, improve health, strengthen financial well-being and improve the quality of their lives.

  2. To raise an additional $100,000 from individual donors to cover the costs of new programs and services and an additional seasonal p/t employee to ensure the same high quality for future programs. We touched over 4,000 lives last year. We would like to double that number to 8,000 people served!

  3. To complete our Planned Giving program so donors are able to leave a legacy that ensures Aging in Paradise Resource Center will always be here to provide quality solutions and exciting opportunities for local seniors, enabling them to live with dignity and the highest possible level of health, independence and quality of life.

Needs Statement
  1. Program funding $3,000 for specific projects like the 10-day Aging Mastery Program on the art of living well throughout our lives.  $25,000 is needed for several major projects we'd like to implement.  Establishing a Caregiver Program at our Center would be a priority.  These programs would be yearly ongoing donor opportunities.

  2. Staff needed:  We could use a P/T Seasonal Employee at $15 an hour for 15 hours a week, October through March = $6,000 annually to assist with heavy volume of Workshops, Computer/Social Media, Clerical work or $15 an hour for 20 hours a week for six months = $7,800 annually.

  3. Two Quality laptop Computers $5,000 for staff – one-time need

  4. Volunteers Needed: 
  • One or two 1/2 days per week to assist with Workshops, Constant Contact, Facebook, Web expertise, Data Input and other clerical work.
  • Volunteer Grant researcher and writer, Fundraising and Phoning Assistance. 
  • Volunteer Media Coordinator/Writer.
Background Statement

Aging in Paradise Resource Center (AIPRC) is an expanded community service initiative of the Longboat Island Chapel (LBIC) begun in 2008. It is designed to provide workshops, programs, counseling and other services for all seniors and their families in West Bradenton, Longboat Key, Anna Maria Island, Lido and surrounding communities. Aging in Paradise Resource Center is the only resource specifically serving these communities. This past year we touched the lives of over 4,000 seniors.

 

Our continuing goal is to give more peace of mind, more joy, more comfort, more knowledge, more security, and good health to seniors on the islands and the surrounding area so that, in addition to feeling younger, they can live independently with more dignity and vitality.

 

The populations of Longboat Key, Anna Maria Island and surrounding areas daily face the opportunities and challenges that come with aging. These include staying healthy and vital, aging-in-place, navigating through the medical system, financial planning, finding quality caregivers and service providers; and dealing with the diverse transitions that will affect all of us throughout our lives.

Our approach is holistic — body, mind, and spirit — and is rooted in a caring community where friendship and support sustain our efforts.

MISSION: Aging in Paradise Resource Center provides quality solutions and exciting opportunities for local seniors enabling them to live with dignity and the highest possible level of health, independence and quality of life.

OUR FOCUS: Aging in Paradise Resource Center’s focus is on education, care-giving, wellness, socialization, memory, mobility and age-related transition support for seniors on Longboat Key, Anna Maria Island and the surrounding communities.

CORE VALUES: We do not promote any religious community. All who wish to take part in our activities or need assistance are welcome. Peace, freedom, love and humanity are the cornerstones of all Aging in Paradise Resource Center activities. 
Areas Served
Areas Served
Area
FL- Manatee
FL- Sarasota
Areas Served Comments Aging in Paradise Resource Center serves Manatee and Sarasota Counties with the majority of our participants coming from West Bradenton, Anna Maria Island, Longboat Key, Lido Key and downtown Sarasota. But, we do have a few participants from Lakewood Ranch and even Tampa, that attend some of our educational workshops. 
Service Categories
Primary Org Type Human Services
Secondary Org Type Education
Tertiary Org Type Recreation & Sports
Statement from the Board Chair/Board President

My wife was diagnosed with mild cognitive impairment in 2008. Subsequently, dementia began to erode her "normal" living as she struggles today to hang on to vestiges of life in the now. My home at the time, on Longboat Key with an older demographic, opened up my eyes to aging in general reinforced by worldwide issues discussed by author Ted Fishman in his book Shock of Gray.

As a member of an organizing group of members at Longboat Island Chapel, a committee was formed to focus on all aspects of aging with a goal of making it "positive" - hence we called it Aging in Paradise. Having been active in SCOPE I learned much about senior issues and programs occurring in the area. Subsequently, my family become one of the original contributors of Institute for the Ages. Mentors in this learning process included Tom Waters at Community Foundation of Sarasota County, Tim Dutton (SCOPE) and Tom Esselman (I4A).

Our (AIP) mission, sponsored by Longboat Island Chapel had a community focus to provide education, wellness, socialization and emotional support for seniors in an area from Sarasota to West Bradenton - our model being Sarasota's Friendship Center with somewhat more focus on learning and education than SFC.

Our groups efforts ebbed and flowed due to depending on volunteers with a lot of enthusiasm but limited time and skill in running a professional not-for-profit "business".

Our prayers were answered when we reached out and hired a part time Executive Director with complete mastery in organization, motivation, fund raising and the like plus a passion to make Aging in Paradise Resource Center all that it can be.

Today, AIPRC headed up by ED Donna Dunio and a paid assistant is using the second floor of the Chapel but self sufficient in terms of use and source of funds. This independence broadens our reach with the communities we serve yet our physical space is attractive, sizeable and ideally located.

Our successes include beginning self funding in 2014; running 26 different programs with 53 sessions over the recent twelve months and completing a major fundraiser in Sarasota resulting in much broader exposure to the mission of AIPRC.

Our challenges relate to broadening our reach, awareness and participation in the areas we serve while managing our financial and volunteer resources. Also, we must be diligent in supporting, growing and recognizing our partners, sponsors and participants. 

Richard M. Pelton 
Statement from the CEO/Executive Director

Dear Friends,

We are thrilled to be a part of The Giving Partner and to share a little about Aging in Paradise Resource Center (AIPRC)!  AIPRC provides quality solutions and exciting opportunities for seniors including Health & Wellness programs and services, Educational Workshops, Counseling and vetted Referrals. They range from workshops like a Mini Heart-Health Fair with free Screenings, Complimentary Lunch and Workshop on the newest techniques in Heart Health by Enrique Rivera, MD, to practical workshops like Joan Breiner's "Who is Smarter - You or Your iPhone?", to Refresher Bridge, to the NCOA 10-part Aging Mastery Program, to Lunch and Learns, to on-site diverse medical screenings!  We are able to provide these and dozens of other workshops and services thanks to our wonderful volunteers, our donors, the in-kind gift of space from the Longboat Island Chapel, and our many sponsors and community partners - thank you all!

Shifting Sands, facilitated by MiMi Horwitz, is free and open to seniors going through difficult transitions.  It provides a confidential supportive setting where you can discuss personal and health concerns and where you can give and receive emotional, spiritual and practical support.  Also, there's Gentle Yoga, Zumba, Tai Chi, Memoirs Group, Book Club, and AIPRC has two donated FDA approved JUVENT therapy devices that aid bone health, circulation, balance and wound healing.  Finally, Aging in Paradise Resource Center offers Quality Vetted Referrals:  doctors, dentists, caregivers, lawyers, senior/assisted living facilities, etc.  All we ask is that you let us know if you were satisfied with the service you received.  To date, we have 100% satisfaction from those referred!
 
Scientists and medical experts agree that we haven’t begun to mine the gold that having an older adult population provides our community. And, a 40-year study concluded there are three things that enable us to live a higher quality of life and a longer life: *Being engaged with others *Continually learning new and useful information *Having a purpose (making a difference).

At Aging in Paradise Resource Center we are truly blessed.  What could be more rewarding than enabling others to enjoy a higher quality of life and to live a longer life! As an AIPRC volunteer, donor, sponsor or legacy member, that is exactly what you are doing and we thank you!

Warmly,
Donna 
Programs
Description Aging in Paradise Resource Center provides a wide variety of Healthy Living options. Among them, Yoga for Cancer Survivors, Yoga for those with Neuro-Challenges, many types of Tai Chi, diverse medical doctors provide complimentary screenings, i.e., for heart-health, circulation, skin cancer, memory loss, etc. In addition, we have the largest bi-annual Health Fair on LBK, with over 30 vendors, 4 RVs (vision, hearing, emergency services and the Bloodmobile). A large percent of our 40+ workshops and programs are focused on maintaining the highest level of mental and physical health.  AIP is the only Resource Center on LBK and we are the only location that provides 2 FDA approved Juvent platform therapy devices that are available to the general public!
Budget $30,000
Category Human Services, General/Other Senior Services
Program Linked to Organizational Strategy Yes
Population Served Aging, Elderly, Senior Citizens Adults People/Families with of People with Disabilities
Short Term Success Enhanced both the quality of life and the number of years lived. To provide quality solutions and exciting opportunities that enable those we serve to live with dignity and the highest possible level of health, independence and quality of life.
Long Term Success Many testimonials related to improvement in overall health and quality of life. Testimonials explaining that surgery is no longer required for bone issues, reduced BP, better bone density, and improved health due to being engaged with other human beings and learning how to live better related to nutrition, exercise, balance, medication, etc.
Program Success Monitoring Testimonials, Evaluation Forms, Surveys and the dramatic growth in numbers of participants. A 600% increase in the last 18 months.
Program Success Examples

My experience with the Juvent. I started using the Juvent at Aging in Paradise Resource Center, Longboat Island Chapel this past January....I decided to try it because of the problem I was having with my ankle due to a previous injury. I have been getting steroid shots for the past several years-the last one I had gotten was in the Fall of 2013 which had no effect on relieving the pain. Because of a subsequent X-ray and MRI, the doctor determined an operation was necessary. Since I was leaving for Florida the first of the year, the operation was to be postponed until I returned to Massachusetts and if I continued to have moderate to severe pain while in Florida, to "take Advil and do the best you can until you return". After having used the Juvent 5 times for 20 minutes each time, the pain disappeared. This past Monday, I saw my doctor to schedule the operation, but as a result of his examination, he was totally amazed and said "I cannot recommend any medical procedure for you at this time".

Another result of having used this machine, the neuropathy I have had in my left foot for many years is gone and I now have complete feeling in that foot.

3rd benefit from having used the Juvent is that I have been able to bike two to three days in a row with no pain--something I had not been able to do because of two total knee replacements.

Alden Lumbard

Description Aging in Paradise Resource Center provides over 36 educational workshops/events yearly. These workshops provided cutting-edge information on Financial Options, Legal Q&A with respected attorneys like Rick Gans who provide our participants with concise, usable clear information, Medicare Updates annually, Safety, Healthy Living, Refresher/Beginners Bridge, Brain Strengthening workshops, Updates on the Latest Medical Advances, programs like, "Is Your iPhone Smarter than You?" and many on different aspects of Nutrition, Cooking Healthy, Maintaining Balance, and so many more. This keeps our participants mentally and physically challenged and living at their highest possible level of health and independence. We also offer the Sarasota Institute of Lifetime Learning (SILL) a 12-part state-of-the-art international lecture series on world issues. All programs/workshops require participants to fill-out a detailed Evaluation Form. To date, we have almost 99% rated in the highest category.
Budget $30,000
Category Education, General/Other Adult Education
Program Linked to Organizational Strategy Yes
Population Served Elderly and/or Disabled Aging, Elderly, Senior Citizens Aging, Elderly, Senior Citizens
Short Term Success Short-term goal was to provide 24 quality, relevant workshops to benefit seniors and their families, mentally, physically and spiritually. We have greatly exceeded this goal.  
Long Term Success The ultimate long-term goal is for our participants to live healthier, longer lives with the highest level of education, health, independence and quality of life possible. Based on our growth in number of participants, the satisfaction of our participants (thousands of Evaluation forms rated in the highest category), the opportunity to be engaged with others and the world around them (reducing the number of people who felt isolated was a major concern), and finally, a greatly enhanced quality of life due to having the knowledge and tools to live to the best of their ability.
Program Success Monitoring Detailed Evaluation Forms are a part of every program/workshop, on-line and in-person Surveys, Testimonials, On-going Feedback via our diverse networking, individual meetings with new and ongoing participants to provide them with a warm and friendly environment to share their personal goals, accomplishments, brainstorming sessions with diverse representation and focus groups.
Program Success Examples Testimonials range from telling us that they are now able to understand their doctor and the prescriptions they are taking, to having been able to make informed decisions about their finances and Medicare, to loving to challenge their brains (with Marvelous Mind Games, Beginner-Refresher Bridge, to better understanding the onset of dementia due to presentations by medical experts from area hospitals and the Roskamp Institute, to enhancing their understanding of world issues through SILL, to learning how to maintain their balance and move correctly! 
Description Aging in Paradise Resource Center's Shifting Sands, led by MiMi Horwitz. Shifting Sands provides individual and group therapy and is open to any senior going through a difficult transition. The group therapy provides an opportunity to discuss issues related to personal and health concerns, to give and receive emotional, spiritual and practical support, and to exchange information in a confidential and welcoming environment. 
Budget $25,000
Category Human Services, General/Other Senior Services
Program Linked to Organizational Strategy Yes
Population Served Aging, Elderly, Senior Citizens Elderly and/or Disabled Adults
Short Term Success After participating in Shifting Sands all those interviewed said they were more involved in their community, more likely to seek medical care, when needed and more confident in their decisions. 80% felt less depression and all said they "felt better physically and emotionally". Most members of the group therapy choose to continue due to the friendships and support the program provides. 
Long Term Success Most members of the group therapy choose to continue due to the friendships and support the program provides. As new members join a therapy group, new groups are established. Definitely a sign that the program is needed. All group therapy sessions are at no cost to the participants.
Program Success Monitoring Evaluation forms indicate a 100% satisfaction with Shifting Sands.
Program Success Examples Group therapy sessions continue to grow.
Description Aging in Paradise Resource Center provides vetted referrals to seniors and their families. A few of the types of services we've vetted include doctors, attorneys, dentists, caregivers, companion services, independent and assisted living facilities, and so many more. The only requirement we make is that anyone using one of our vetted referrals, must call us to let us know, from the first person they spoke with to the service they received, if they were satisfied. To date, we have 100% client satisfaction!
Budget $5,000
Category Human Services, General/Other Senior Services
Program Linked to Organizational Strategy Yes
Population Served Adults Elderly and/or Disabled Elderly and/or Disabled
Short Term Success That those calling for referrals are satisfied with the services received.  
Long Term Success Local seniors receiving the services they need to live with dignity, and the highest possible level of health, independence and quality of life. Seniors knowing that we have vetted the services we recommend. A continued 100% satisfaction rating.
Program Success Monitoring By continually monitoring the satisfaction of our participants and by annually re-vetting the organizations on our referral list. 
Program Success Examples 100% satisfaction from participants. 
Comments
Program Comments by Organization

Aging in Paradise Resource Center (AIPRC) provides unlimited opportunities to be engaged with others, to continually learn new and useful information and to make a positive difference for others (to have a purpose). A recently completed 40-year-old study showed that the top 3 things that add to both the quality of life and to the number of years lived are: being engaged with other human beings, continually learning new and useful things and having a purpose (caring and thinking about something beyond ourselves)! This is exactly what AIPRC is doing and I can think of nothing more rewarding than helping others to live a higher quality of life and to add years to their lives. In addition to engagement and learning opportunities, AIPRC also provides the convenience of on-site medical screenings, free counseling and diverse types of physical exercise for all levels of health. And, we are the only facility that provides two FDA approved Juvent therapy devices, used for bone strengthening, enhanced circulation and wound healing!

 

AIPRC is the only Resource Center on the keys making it possible for many isolated seniors to participate in Health and Wellness programs, Educational workshops, group and individual Counseling and Vetted Referrals. Many residents on the keys moved here over 20 years ago and are now facing the same financial and health challenges and transitions that are a part of life. Many are unable to drive into downtown Bradenton or Sarasota, and if they can drive, must hunt for suitable parking, often having to park in areas requiring them to walk long distances (which may be impossible due to physical limitations). Many are isolated and living alone or they are caring for a loved one with physical or mental disabilities. The majority are in they are in their 70s, 80s, 90s and beyond. Won’t you please help us to enhance the number of years they are able to live with dignity and the highest possible level of health, independence and quality of life.

CEO/Executive Director
CEO/Executive Director Ms. Donna K. Dunio
CEO Term Start Oct 2013
CEO/Executive Director Email donnadunio@aginginparadise.org
Experience

Donna K. Dunio is the Executive Director of Aging in Paradise Resource Center (AIPRC) a program initiated by the Longboat Island Chapel (LBIC) to serve all local seniors. AIPRC is responsible for raising its budget through fundraising. The AIPRC offices, kitchen, Juvent room, board room and educational center are located on the 2nd floor of the LBIC, 6200 Gulf of Mexico Drive, LBK.  All programs, workshops and services are open to the community. The primary focus of AIPRC is to provide educational workshops, health and wellness programs, counseling and vetted referrals enabling local seniors to successfully navigate their future. 

Donna is a long-time resident of Sarasota with 25 years of executive leadership in the nonprofit and corporate world. She graduated Summa Cum Laude, first in her class, from the Jesuit University of Scranton with a triple major in business administration, health and human services and communications. Donna also holds numerous advanced certifications, among them, a year-long business initiative from the Pennsylvania Chamber of Commerce, advanced certifications in Executive Coaching and Leadership from Penn State and the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator advanced teaching certification from the University of Florida.  

Donna was the first female executive director of the interfaith United Churches of Northeastern PA. In addition, she served as executive director of ITNSarasota, as senior director for the American Red Cross SW FL Chapter and as senior vice president for Nelson Publishing, a national publishing company. She provided consulting/executive coaching for dozens of local and national businesses, nonprofits, government and schools as the CEO and owner of Leadership Solutions.  She is the immediate past president of the SWFL Association of Fundraising Professionals, is a member of Giving Matters and the Sarasota County Aging Network.

Donna and her husband Phil live in Sarasota. They have two adult children.

Former CEOs/Executive Directors
NameTerm
Senior Staff
NameTitle
Staff & Volunteer Statistics
Full Time Staff 1
Part Time Staff 1
Staff Retention Rate % 100
Professional Development Yes
Contractors 0
Volunteers 75
Management Reports to Board Yes
CEO/Executive Director Formal Evaluation Yes
Senior Management Formal Evaluation N/A
Non-Management Formal Evaluation Yes
Collaborations
Aging in Paradise Resource Center (AIPRC) collaborates with many organizations to strengthen and enhance its programs and services for area seniors. There is not enough space allowed to include them all, but among our many community collaborations are: The Town of Longboat Key, LBK Chamber of Commerce, LBK Community Foundation, Longboat Island Chapel, Matt & Lisa Walsh, The Observer Media Group, The Arnold Simonsen Family Foundation, LBK Fire and Rescue, Community Foundation of Sarasota County, Roskamp Institute, the Sarasota Bay Club, Association of Fundraising Professionals, SW FL Chapter, the Sarasota Institute of Lifetime Learning (SILL), Christopher Pinckney & Johanna Gustaffson (Merrill Lynch), Cannons Marina, The LBK Education Center, The American Cancer Society (Making Strides Against Breast Cancer), The Alzheimer Association,  Triple AAA South, NeuroChallenge, Giving Matters, Comfort Keepers, Right at Home, Blake Hospital, Meals on Wheels Plus, Friendship Center, Tidewell Hospice, Sci-Brain, Senior Blue Books, SCAN (Sarasota County Aging Network), Sarasota Herald-Tribune Digital Media, Juvent, First Bank, Alan Hazley Financial, Liz Yerkes/Longboat Massage, Bob & Ruth German, Lexus On the Park, Becky Jones and Nutrition Wellness Center, Dr. Martin, to name a few!  
Affiliations
AffiliationYear
AFP (Association of Fundraising Professionals)2013
Greater Sarasota Chamber of Commerce2010
External Assessments and Accreditations
Assessment/AccreditationYear
Awards & Recognition
Award/RecognitionOrganizationYear
Donna Dunio, Executive Director as "Amazing Suncoast Woman"ABC 72015
Risk Management Provisions
Government Licenses
Organization Licensed by the Government No
Plans
Fundraising Plan No
Communication Plan No
Strategic Plan No
Strategic Plan Years
Strategic Plan Adopted 0
Management Succession Plan No
Continuity of Operations Plan No
Policies
Nondiscrimination Policy Yes
Whistle Blower Policy Yes
Document Destruction Policy Yes
Directors and Officers Insurance Policy Yes
Policies and Procedures No
Board Chair
Board Chair Richard M. Pelton
Company Affiliation Community Volunteer
Board Term Feb 2016 to Feb 2019
Board Chair Email rmpdee@verizon.net
Board Members
Board Members
NameAffiliation
Donna Dunio Executive Director, AIPRC
Rev. Bill Friederich Senior Minister, Longboat Island Chapel
Barbara Koetsier Community Volunteer
Vicki Lyons Community Volunteer
Julie Mailliard Community Volunteer
Margaret Noble Retired
Richard M. Pelton Community Volunteer
Carol Peschel Retired
Christopher Pinckney Merrill Lynch, Gustafsson Pinckney Group
Arnold Simonsen Community Volunteer
Rick Skerrett Community Volunteer
Constituency Includes Client Representation No
Board Ethnicity
African American/Black 0
Asian American/Pacific Islander 0
Caucasian 11
Hispanic/Latino 0
Native American/American Indian 0
Other 0 0
Board Gender
Male 5
Female 6
Unspecified 0
Governance
Board Term Lengths 3
Board Term Limits 2
Board Orientation Yes
Number of Full Board Meetings Annually 12
Board Meeting Attendance % 90
Board Self-Evaluation Yes
Written Board Selection Criteria No
Board Conflict of Interest Policy Yes
% of Board Making Monetary Contributions 100
% of Board Making In-Kind Contributions 100
Comments
Governance Comments by Organization The leadership of the Aging in Paradise Resource Center includes a paid Executive Director, and an incredible group of volunteer Advisory Board members whose dedication to the mission of our organization is responsible for its success.   
Fiscal Year Projections
Fiscal Year Begins 2016
Fiscal Year Ends 2016
Projected Revenue $342,872.00
Projected Expenses $334,419.00
Organization has Endowment No
Capital Campaign
In a Capital Campaign No
Campaign Purpose
Campaign Goal
Campaign Dates 0 to 0
Amount Raised To Date 0 as of 0
Audit/Financial Documents
Historical Financial Review
Expense Allocation
Fiscal Year201520142013
Program Expense$256,243$294,296$134,969
Administration Expense$77,722$2,436$705
Fundraising Expense$454$3,555$0
Payments to Affiliates$0$0$0
Total Revenue/Total Expenses1.031.061.25
Program Expense/Total Expenses77%98%99%
Fundraising Expense/Contributed Revenue0%1%0%
Assets and Liabilities
Fiscal Year201520142013
Total Assets$72,143$63,690$46,208
Current Assets$47,556$30,331$5,256
Long-Term Liabilities$0$0$0
Current Liabilities$0$0$0
Total Net Assets$72,143$63,690$46,208
Top Funding Sources
Fiscal Year201520142013
Top Funding Source & Dollar AmountContributions, gifts, grants $323,420Contributions, gifts, grants $274,474Contributions, gifts, grants $167,813
Second Highest Funding Source & Dollar AmountFundraising $18,992Sponsorships $22,041Fundraising $945
Third Highest Funding Source & Dollar AmountFacility Fees $460Special Events $17,968Facility Fees $348
CEO/Executive Director Compensation $0 - $50,000
Tax Credits No
Solvency
Short Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201520142013
Current Ratio: Current Assets/Current Liabilities------
Long Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201520142013
Long-Term Liabilities/Total Assets0%0%0%
Financials Comments
Financial Comments by Organization

1.      To seek the funds needed to implement the Aging Mastery Program partnering with the National Council on Aging and Patterson Foundation. This is a cumulative 10-part series presented once in the fall and spring. It is designed to enable seniors to navigate the future by knowing the steps to take to enhance longevity, improve health, strengthen financial well-being and improve the quality of their lives.

2.      To raise an additional $100,000 from individual donors to cover the costs of new programs and services and p/t staff to ensure the same high quality for future programs. We touched over 4,000 lives last year. We would like to double that number to 8,000 people served!

3.      To complete our Planned Giving program so donors are able to leave a legacy that ensures Aging in Paradise Resource Center will always be here to provide quality solutions and exciting opportunities for local seniors, enabling them to live with dignity and the highest possible level of health, independence and quality of life.

Financial Comments by Foundation Financial information taken from unaudited compilations.  Contributions include foundation and corporate support.
Nonprofit Longboat Island Chapel Inc dba Aging in Paradise Resource Center (AIP, AIPRC)
Address 6200 GULF OF MEXICO DR
2nd Floor
LONGBOAT KEY, FL 1511
Phone 941 383-6493

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