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1 STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION TEMPORARILY TOTAL ACCT DESCRIPTION GENERAL RESTRICTED FUNDS CURRENT ASSETS ASSETS 1030 Cash in Bank - Wells Fargo Operating 44,053 44, Deposits in transit 1045 First Bank 1,331 1, Petty Cash First Bank ,006 1, CD - IFCS Gen Ops Reserve 4,257 4, First Bank Capital Account 6,640 6, Checking - SF & FL Money Market SF & FL 1,226 1, Edward Jones Investment 207, ,683 Total Cash in Banks $266,480 $266, Accounts Receivable 1115 Grants Receivable 13,345 13, Gift Certificates 17,617 17, Prepaid Expenses PLANT AND EQUIPMENT TOTAL CURRENT ASSETS $297,442 $297, Buildings & Improvements 226, , Accum Depr - Buildings & Improvements -188, ,442 Total Buildings & Improvements $38,555 $38, Furniture & Fixtures 2,102 2, Accum Depr - Furniture & Fixtures -1,393-1,393 Total Furniture & Fixtures $709 $ Computer & Office Equipment 50,412 50, Accum Depr - Comp & Office Equipment -45,548-45,548 Total Computer & Office Equipment $4,864 $4,864 TOTAL PLANT AND EQUIPMENT $44,127 $44,127 OTHER ASSETS 1710 Deposits TOTAL OTHER ASSETS TOTAL ASSETS $341,569 $341,569 Management Partners, Inc. (TM) MP-RPT-01 3/13/2017 Unaudited - For Internal Use Only Page 1

2 STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION TEMPORARILY TOTAL ACCT DESCRIPTION GENERAL RESTRICTED FUNDS CURRENT LIABILITIES 2010 Trade Accounts Payable 2020 Payroll Taxes Payable 204* Employee Benefits Payable OTHER LIABILITIES LIABILITIES & NET ASSETS TOTAL CURRENT LIABILITIES 2210 Accrued Salaries 2220 Accrued Vacation 11,575 11, Capital Lease - Copier 8,819 8, Deferred Revenue 21,488 21,488 TOTAL OTHER LIABILITIES $41,881 $41,881 TOTAL LIABILITIES $41,881 $41,881 NET ASSETS 2900 Beginning Net Assets 359, , YTD Excess (Deficiency) -60,296-60,296 TOTAL NET ASSETS $299,687 $299,687 TOTAL LIABILITIES & NET ASSETS $341,569 $341,569 Management Partners, Inc. (TM) MP-RPT-01 3/13/2017 Unaudited - For Internal Use Only Page 2

3 STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES YEAR TO DATE ANNUAL BUDGET % ACCT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET VAR ACTUAL BUDGET VAR BUDGET REMAINING EXPENDED REVENUES 3010 Reimbursements , , % 3110 Individual Contributions 1,224 14,167-12,942 70,434 85,000-14, ,000 99, % 3115 TVI Savers , % 3116 Mile High Donor 3117 Sunshine Fund % 3120 Corporate Contributions ,667-2,547 1,127 10,000-8,873 20,000 18, % 3125 Career Center 3130 Church Contributions 950 2,083-1,133 7,435 12,500-5,065 25,000 17, % 3131 Ready, Set, School Income ,344 10, % 3135 School Contributions Memorials/Bequests ,350 5,000-3,650 10,000 8, % 3150 Payroll Designation ,109 1, , % 3160 Service Clubs ,110 2, ,000 1, % 3161 Gift of Hearing Nibbles and Sips Sponsor 45,247 6,667 38,581 51,778 40,000 11,778 80,000 28, % 3165 Grant Admin Fee - VALE 1,056-1,056 6,332 6, ,666 6, % 3167 Grant Admin Fee - EOC , ,080 2, % 3169 Grant Admin Fee - HPAP 3170 Grant Admin Fee - CDBG Arapahoe ,664 1, ,000 1, % 3171 Grant Admin Fee - CDBG Doug.Co Grant Admin Fee - Eastern Plains Arapa ,151-1,598 4,301 3, % 3173 Grant Admin Fee - Arap. Cnty Disaster ,625-1,625 3,250 3, Grant Admin Fee - CCH ,535 1,535-1, Senior Reimbursement EFSP Arapahoe County 3,750-3,750 22,500-22,500 45,000 45, EFSP Arapahoe County Food Purchase ,000-1,000 2,000 2, EFSP - Douglas County 1,500 1,500-1, EFSP Douglas County Food Purchase 3216 CDBG Arapahoe County 3,325 2,083 1,242 16,748 12,500 4,248 25,000 8, % 3217 CDBG Douglas County 3218 Arapahoe Cnty Eastern Plains 2,750-2,750 2,416 16,500-14,084 33,000 30, % 3219 CDBG Arap.Cnty Disaster Assist. 1,965-1,965 11,793-11,793 23,586 23, CCH Grant 3,473 4, ,069 24, ,400 23, % 3224 HPAP Income 3230 Local Grants 13,333 9,958 3,375 67,668 59,750 7, ,500 51, % 3231 VALE Grant 3,945-3,945 23,668 23, ,334 23, % 3241 EOC Grant 3,667-3,667 17,500 22,000-4,500 44,000 26, % 3242 HudShp 3245 Accrued Grants -3,255-3,255-4,576-4,576 4, Other Grants Foundations 9,167-9,167 26,900 55,000-28, ,000 83, % 3420 Sargent Fund Income 3510 IFCS Summer Event Nibbles and Sips Income 17, , ,615 20, , , , , % 3530 Mini Golf Tournament ,000 34, % 3531 Mothers Day Income Winter Event Income 1,000 1,000-1, Interest Income Investment Income ,943 4,000 1,943 8,000 2, % 3612 Unrealized Gain/Loss on Investment 4,459 4,459 1,062 1,062-1, Gain/Loss Asset Disposal 3910 Miscellaneous Income 1,250-1,250 2,339 7,500-5,161 15,000 12, % 3960 Nibbles and Sips Sponsor Holding -37,747-37, Nibbles and Sips Income Holding -1,319-1, Mini Golf Holding 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000-1,000 REVENUES $48,165 $206,981 -$158,816 $359,809 $566,884 -$207,075 $1,044,111 $684, % OTHER INCOME 3830 IK-Services 34,680 58,333-23, , ,000 75, , , % 3840 IK- Donations 66,667-66,667 10, , , , , % TOTAL OTHER INCOME $34,680 $125,000 -$90,320 $435,958 $750,000 -$314,042 $1,500,000 $1,064, % TOTAL REVENUE $82,845 $331,981 -$249,136 $795,767 $1,316,883 -$521,117 $2,544,111 $1,748,344 $0 EXPENSES CURRENT MONTH LABOR COSTS 5010 Salaries 35,873 37,315 1, , ,889 15, , , % 5110 Payroll Taxes 3,016 3, ,637 19,404 2,767 38,808 22, % 5131 Employee Health Benefits 2,002 3,314 1,313 9,030 19,886 10,855 39,771 30, % 5132 Employee Dental Insurance Employee Life Insurance ,169 1, , % 5134 Employee 403B 1,412 1,412 5,011 8,473 3,461 16,945 11, % 5140 State Worker's Compensation ,114 3,300-1,814 6,600 1, % TOTAL LABOR COSTS $42,227 $46,041 $3,814 $246,523 $276,246 $29,723 $552,491 $305,968 $3 OPERATING EXPENSES 5210 Education Development ,500 1, Staff Development , % 5225 Staff Recruitment % 5230 Board Development % 5310 Utilities Expense ,230 4,500 1,270 9,000 5, % 5360 Building Maintenance ,865 5, ,000 5, % 5365 Building Repair ,500 1,500 3,000 3, Office Supplies ,131 1, ,000 1, % 5420 Dues & Subscriptions , ,000 2, % 5430 Telephone Expense ,983 3, ,500 3, % 5440 Postage & Shipping ,124 2,500 1,377 5,000 3, % Unaudited - For Internal Use Only Page 3

4 STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES CURRENT MONTH YEAR TO DATE ANNUAL BUDGET % ACCT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET VAR ACTUAL BUDGET VAR BUDGET REMAINING EXPENDED 5450 Bank Charges & Fees , % 5460 Equipment Leasing & Maintenance ,395 4, ,000 4, % 5470 Printing ,336 3,500 2,164 7,000 5, % 5471 Copier Expense , ,000 1, % 5472 Rebranding ,300 1,000-1,300 2, % 5480 Computer Supplies & Services ,564 3, ,000 4, % 5490 Database Expense ,508 2,850 1,342 5,700 4, % 5491 Client Database Expense ,000 3, ,200 4, % 5492 Volunteer HUB Expenses , , % 5510 Accounting Services ,403 5,450 1,047 10,900 6, % 5515 Payroll Expense ,840 1, ,500 1, % 5520 Auditing Services ,000 4, ,000 5, % 5530 Professional Fees ,700 1, Other Contract Services 2,667 2, ,000 16, ,000 16, % 5610 Mileage, Travel & Meetings ,166 1, ,500 2, % 5620 Meetings % 5710 D & O Insurance ,594 2, ,600 3, % 5712 Property & Liability Insurance ,267 3, ,500 4, % 5720 Interest Expense Taxes & Licenses % 5740 Late Fees & Penalties 5820 Donations & Gifts ,100 1, , % 5910 Miscellaneous Expense ,000 1, % TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES $8,934 $13,508 $4,574 $64,325 $81,050 $16,725 $162,100 $97, % PROGRAM EXPENSES 4020 Gas & Oil , % 4030 Vehicle Maintenance , , % 4035 Vehicle Insurance , % 4110 Development Expense % 4115 TVI Savers , ,100 1, % 4163 Nibbles and Sips Expense 24,762 4,444-20,318 36,933 29,664-7,269 43,000 6, % 4164 N&S/Mini Golf VIP 4210 Advertising/PR ,100 1, , % 4410 Volunteer Expenses % 4510 IFCS Summer Event Expense 4530 Mini-Golf Tounament Expense ,000 1, Mothers Day Expense Ready, Set. School Expense General Assistance ,000 2,000 4,000 4, GA - EFSP 4723 GA - VALE 3,149 3, ,671 23, ,334 24, % 4724 GA - EOC 3,085 3, ,541 22,000 6,459 44,000 28, % 4726 Gift of Hearing Senior Program Expense 4729 HPAP Expense 1,083 1,083 6,500 6,500 13,000 13, Medical Assistance ,500 1,424 3,000 2, % 4732 GA-EFSP-AR 3,750 3,750 22,500 22,500 45,000 45, EFSP Arapahoe Food Purchase ,000 1,000 2,000 2, EFSP Douglas County 4735 EFSP Douglas County Food Purchase 4736 CDBG Arapahoe County 3,217 2,083-1,134 17,481 12,500-4,981 25,000 7, % 4737 CDBG Douglas County 4738 CCH Grant Expense ,613 2, ,400 2, % 4739 HUDSHP Expense 4740 Food Clothing % 4741 Holiday Expense 227 4,000 3,773 4,000 3, % 4742 Sargent Fund Expense , % 4743 Other Grant Expense % 4746 Arapahoe County Eastern Plains 2,750 2,750 3,415 16,500 13,085 33,000 29, % 4747 CDBG Arapahoe County Disaster 1,966 1,966 2,840 11,793 8,953 23,586 20, % TOTAL PROGRAM EXPENSES $35,602 $26,029 -$9,573 $106,983 $163,174 $56,191 $306,020 $199, % TOTAL EXPENSES $86,763 $85,578 -$1,185 $417,831 $520,470 $102,639 $1,020,611 $602, % CAPITAL PURCHASES 6100 Equipment Purchases Furniture Purchases ,000 1, Computers & Software ,000 1,000 2,000 2, Capital Improvements Building Improvements ,500 2,500 5,000 5, Fixed Asset Offset TOTAL CAPITAL PURCHASES $708 $708 $4,250 $4,250 $8,500 $8,500 OTHER EXPENSE 4830 IK-Services 35,330-58,333-93, , ,000-81, , , % 4840 IK-Donations -66,667-66, , , , , Depreciation Expense 1,040-1,250-2,290 6,255 7,500 1,245 15,000 8, % 5950 Overhead Allocation TOTAL OTHER EXPENSE $36,370 $126,250 -$162,620 $438,232 $757,500 $319,268 $1,515,000 $1,076, % EXCESS (DEFICIENCY) -$40,288 $119,444 -$159,732 -$60,296 $34,663 -$94,960 -$1 Management Partners, Inc. (C) MP-RPT-02 03/13/17 Unaudited - For Internal Use Only Page 4

5 Unaudited - For Internal Use Only Page 5 CURRENT MONTH SUMMARY OF PROGRAM OPERATIONS PROGRAM OPERATIONS GENERAL FUND- GENERAL VALE TOTALS ACCT DESCRIPTION & ADMIN RAISING PROGRAMS HOLIDAYS CCH REVENUES 3010 Reimbursements 3110 Individual Contributions 1, , TVI Savers 3116 Mile High Donor 3117 Sunshine Fund 3120 Corporate Contributions Career Center 3130 Church Contributions Ready, Set, School Income 3135 School Contributions 3140 Memorials/Bequests Payroll Designation 3160 Service Clubs 3161 Gift of Hearing 3163 Nibbles and Sips Sponsor 45,247 45, Grant Admin Fee - VALE 3167 Grant Admin Fee - EOC 3169 Grant Admin Fee - HPAP 3170 Grant Admin Fee - CDBG Arapahoe Grant Admin Fee - CDBG Doug.Co Grant Admin Fee - Eastern Plains Arapahoe 3173 Grant Admin Fee - Arap. Cnty Disaster 3174 Grant Admin Fee - CCH Senior Reimbursement 3211 EFSP Arapahoe County 3212 EFSP Arapahoe County Food Purchase 3214 EFSP - Douglas County 3215 EFSP Douglas County Food Purchase 3216 CDBG Arapahoe County 3,325 3, CDBG Douglas County 3218 Arapahoe Cnty Eastern Plains 3219 CDBG Arap.Cnty Disaster Assist CCH Grant 3,473 3, HPAP Income 3230 Local Grants 13,333 13, VALE Grant 3241 EOC Grant 3242 HudShp 3245 Accrued Grants 574-3,830-3, Other Grants 3320 Foundations 3420 Sargent Fund Income 3510 IFCS Summer Event 3520 Nibbles and Sips Income 17,385 17, Mini Golf Tournament Mothers Day Income 3535 Winter Event Income 3610 Interest Income Investment Income Unrealized Gain/Loss on Investment 4,459 4, Gain/Loss Asset Disposal 3910 Miscellaneous Income 3960 Nibbles and Sips Sponsor Holding -37,747-37, Nibbles and Sips Income Holding -1,319-1, Mini Golf Holding 1,000 1,000 REVENUE $19,740 $24,666 $4,693 -$935 $48,165 OTHER INCOME 3830 IK-Services 34,680 34,680

6 Unaudited - For Internal Use Only Page 6 CURRENT MONTH SUMMARY OF PROGRAM OPERATIONS PROGRAM OPERATIONS GENERAL FUND- GENERAL VALE TOTALS ACCT DESCRIPTION & ADMIN RAISING PROGRAMS HOLIDAYS CCH 3840 IK- Donations TOTAL OTHER INCOME $34,680 $34,680 TOTAL REVENUE $19,740 $24,666 $39,373 ($935) $82,845 EXPENSES LABOR COSTS 5010 Salaries 3,592 10,041 17,208 3,725 1,308 35, Payroll Taxes , , Employee Health Benefits 1, , Employee Dental Insurance Employee Life Insurance Employee 403B 5140 State Worker's Compensation TOTAL LABOR COSTS $6,711 $10,885 $19,048 $4,159 $1,423 $42,227 OPERATING EXPENSES 5210 Education Development 5220 Staff Development Staff Recruitment Board Development Utilities Expense Building Maintenance Building Repair 5410 Office Supplies Dues & Subscriptions 5430 Telephone Expense Postage & Shipping 5450 Bank Charges & Fees Equipment Leasing & Maintenance Printing Copier Expense 5472 Rebranding 5480 Computer Supplies & Services Database Expense 5491 Client Database Expense 5492 Volunteer HUB Expenses Accounting Services Payroll Expense Auditing Services 5530 Professional Fees 5590 Other Contract Services 2,667 2, Mileage, Travel & Meetings Meetings 5710 D & O Insurance Property & Liability Insurance Interest Expense 5730 Taxes & Licenses Late Fees & Penalties 5820 Donations & Gifts 5830 Sunshine Fund Expense 5910 Miscellaneous Expense TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES $5,341 $1,369 $2,194 $30 $8,934 PROGRAM EXPENSES 4020 Gas & Oil 4030 Vehicle Maintenance 4035 Vehicle Insurance Development Expense 4115 TVI Savers Nibbles and Sips Expense 24,762 24,762

7 Unaudited - For Internal Use Only Page 7 CURRENT MONTH SUMMARY OF PROGRAM OPERATIONS PROGRAM OPERATIONS GENERAL FUND- GENERAL VALE TOTALS ACCT DESCRIPTION & ADMIN RAISING PROGRAMS HOLIDAYS CCH 4164 N&S/Mini Golf VIP 4210 Advertising/PR 4410 Volunteer Expenses 4510 IFCS Summer Event Expense 4530 Mini-Golf Tounament Expense 4531 Mothers Day Expense 4710 Ready, Set. School Expense 4720 General Assistance 4721 GA - EFSP 4723 GA - VALE 3,149 3, GA - EOC 2, , Gift of Hearing 4727 Senior Program Expense 4729 HPAP Expense 4730 Medical Assistance 4732 GA-EFSP-AR 4733 EFSP Arapahoe Food Purchase 4734 EFSP Douglas County 4735 EFSP Douglas County Food Purchase 4736 CDBG Arapahoe County 3,217 3, CDBG Douglas County 4738 CCH Grant Expense HUDSHP Expense 4740 Food Clothing Holiday Expense 4742 Sargent Fund Expense Other Grant Expense 4746 Arapahoe County Eastern Plains 4747 CDBG Arapahoe County Disaster TOTAL PROGRAM EXPENSES $24,762 $8,992 $1,847 $35,602 CAPITAL PURCHASES 6100 Equipment Purchases 6101 Furniture Purchases 6102 Computers & Software 6103 Capital Improvements 6104 Building Improvements 6200 Fixed Asset Offset TOTAL EXPENSES $12,053 $37,016 $30,234 $6,036 $1,423 $86,763 TOTAL CAPITAL PURCHASES OTHER EXPENSE 4830 IK-Services ,680 35, IK-Donations 5810 Depreciation Expense 1,040 1, Overhead Allocation -11,782 3,665 6,280 1, TOTAL OTHER EXPENSE -$10,717 $4,290 $40,960 $1,360 $477 $36,370 EXCESS (DEFICIENCY) $18,405 -$16,640 -$31,821 -$935 -$7,396 -$1,901 -$40,288 Management Partners, Inc. (C) MP-RPT-03

8 Unaudited - For Internal Use Only Page 8 YEAR TO DATE SUMMARY OF PROGRAM OPERATIONS PROGRAM OPERATIONS GENERAL FUND- GENERAL TOTALS ACCT DESCRIPTION & ADMIN RAISING PROGRAMS HOLIDAYS CCH VALE REVENUES 3010 Reimbursements 1,066 1, Individual Contributions 24, ,545 41,177 70, TVI Savers Mile High Donor 3117 Sunshine Fund Corporate Contributions , Career Center 3130 Church Contributions 5,636 1, , Ready, Set, School Income School Contributions Memorials/Bequests , Payroll Designation 2,109 2, Service Clubs 1,090 2,020 3, Gift of Hearing 3163 Nibbles and Sips Sponsor 1,661 50,117 51, Grant Admin Fee - VALE 6,332 6, Grant Admin Fee - EOC Grant Admin Fee - HPAP 3170 Grant Admin Fee - CDBG Arapahoe 1,664 1, Grant Admin Fee - CDBG Doug.Co Grant Admin Fee - Eastern Plains Arapaho Grant Admin Fee - Arap. Cnty Disaster 3174 Grant Admin Fee - CCH 1,535 1, Senior Reimbursement 3211 EFSP Arapahoe County 3212 EFSP Arapahoe County Food Purchase 3214 EFSP - Douglas County 1,500 1, EFSP Douglas County Food Purchase 3216 CDBG Arapahoe County 16,748 16, CDBG Douglas County 3218 Arapahoe Cnty Eastern Plains 2,416 2, CDBG Arap.Cnty Disaster Assist CCH Grant 25,069 25, HPAP Income 3230 Local Grants 47,668 20,000 67, VALE Grant 23,668 23, EOC Grant 17,500 17, HudShp 3245 Accrued Grants 3,291-7,868-4, Other Grants 3320 Foundations 26,900 26, Sargent Fund Income 3510 IFCS Summer Event 3520 Nibbles and Sips Income 20,398 20, Mini Golf Tournament Mothers Day Income 3535 Winter Event Income 1,000 1, Interest Income Investment Income 5,943 5, Unrealized Gain/Loss on Investment 1,062 1, Gain/Loss Asset Disposal 3910 Miscellaneous Income 2,339 2, Nibbles and Sips Sponsor Holding 3970 Nibbles and Sips Income Holding 3981 Mini Golf Holding 1,000 1,000 TOTAL REVENUES $121,737 $73,120 $101,248 $44,967 $18,736 $359,809 OTHER INCOME 3830 IK-Services 287, , ,680

9 Unaudited - For Internal Use Only Page 9 YEAR TO DATE SUMMARY OF PROGRAM OPERATIONS PROGRAM OPERATIONS GENERAL FUND- GENERAL TOTALS ACCT DESCRIPTION & ADMIN RAISING PROGRAMS HOLIDAYS CCH VALE 3840 IK- Donations 10,278 10,278 TOTAL OTHER INCOME $10,278 $287,680 $138,000 $435,958 TOTAL REVENUE $132,015 $73,120 $388,928 $182,967 $18,736 $795,767 EXPENSES LABOR COSTS 5010 Salaries 20,025 65,380 95,371 19,315 8, , Payroll Taxes 1,650 5,189 7,613 1, , Employee Health Benefits 4,852 1,743 2, , Employee Dental Insurance Employee Life Insurance 1, , Employee 403B 4, , State Worker's Compensation 4, ,114 TOTAL LABOR COSTS $38,086 $70,569 $105,275 $23,638 $8,956 $246,523 OPERATING EXPENSES 5210 Education Development 5220 Staff Development Staff Recruitment Board Development Utilities Expense 488 2,742 3, Building Maintenance 3,593 1,272 4, Building Repair 5410 Office Supplies , Dues & Subscriptions Telephone Expense ,806 3, Postage & Shipping , Bank Charges & Fees Equipment Leasing & Maintenance 238 3,157 3, Printing 1, , Copier Expense Rebranding 2,300 2, Computer Supplies & Services 200 2,364 2, Database Expense 1,508 1, Client Database Expense 3,000 3, Volunteer HUB Expenses 1,003 1, Accounting Services 4,403 4, Payroll Expense 1,840 1, Auditing Services 4,000 4, Professional Fees 5590 Other Contract Services 16,000 16, Mileage, Travel & Meetings , Meetings D & O Insurance 1,594 1, Property & Liability Insurance 2,267 2, Interest Expense Taxes & Licenses Late Fees & Penalties 5820 Donations & Gifts 1, , Miscellaneous Expense TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES $37,955 $9,097 $16,745 $401 $127 $64,325 PROGRAM EXPENSES 4020 Gas & Oil Vehicle Maintenance 101 1,095 1, Vehicle Insurance Development Expense TVI Savers Nibbles and Sips Expense 36,933 36, N&S/Mini Golf VIP

10 Unaudited - For Internal Use Only Page 10 YEAR TO DATE SUMMARY OF PROGRAM OPERATIONS PROGRAM OPERATIONS GENERAL FUND- GENERAL TOTALS ACCT DESCRIPTION & ADMIN RAISING PROGRAMS HOLIDAYS CCH VALE 4210 Advertising/PR 1,100 1, Volunteer Expenses IFCS Summer Event Expense 4530 Mini-Golf Tounament Expense 4531 Mothers Day Expense 4710 Ready, Set. School Expense 4720 General Assistance 4721 GA - EFSP 4723 GA - VALE 22,671 22, GA - EOC 14,034 1,507 15, Gift of Hearing 4727 Senior Program Expense 4729 HPAP Expense 4730 Medical Assistance GA-EFSP-AR 4733 EFSP Arapahoe Food Purchase 4734 EFSP Douglas County 4735 EFSP Douglas County Food Purchase 4736 CDBG Arapahoe County 17,481 17, CDBG Douglas County 4738 CCH Grant Expense 2,613 2, HUDSHP Expense 4740 Food Clothing Holiday Expense Sargent Fund Expense Other Grant Expense Arapahoe County Eastern Plains 3,415 3, CDBG Arapahoe County Disaster 2,840 2,840 TOTAL PROGRAM EXPENSES $101 $37,355 $64,119 $1,287 $4,120 $106,983 TOTAL EXPENSES $76,141 $117,021 $186,140 $1,689 $27,885 $8,956 $417,831 CAPITAL PURCHASES 6100 Equipment Purchases 6101 Furniture Purchases 6102 Computers & Software 6103 Capital Improvements 6104 Building Improvements 6200 Fixed Asset Offset TOTAL CAPITAL PURCHASES OTHER EXPENSE 4830 IK-Services , , , IK-Donations 5810 Depreciation Expense 6,255 6, Overhead Allocation -74,592 25,916 38,252 7,316 3,108 0 TOTAL OTHER EXPENSE -$67,542 $26,819 $327,066 $141,465 $7,316 $3,108 $438,232 EXCESS (DEFICIENCY) $123,416 -$70,720 -$124,278 $39,813 -$16,464 -$12,064 -$60,296 Management Partners, Inc. (C) MP-RPT-04

11 BUDGETED CASH FLOW FORECAST * * * * * * TOTAL DESCRIPTION SEP OCT NOV DEC JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG 12 MO INCOME 30** Reimbursements ,566 31** Contributions 4,304 14,678 11,361 49,275 22,575 47,312 28,396 28,396 30,982 30,982 30,982 30, ,222 32** Grant / Contract Revenue 17,417 22,971 22,903 17,498 52,328 16,876 32,360 32,360 32,360 32,360 32,360 32, ,153 33** Foundations 4,000 10,000 7,500 5,400 9,167 9,167 9,167 9,167 9,167 9,167 81,900 34** Sargent Fund 35** Development / Event Income ,980 1,100 1,232 17,485 10,058 7,058 6,058 6,058 6, ,348 36** Interest & Investment Income 333-2,976-1,019 1,555 4,558 4, ,008 39** Miscellaneous & Event Holding 1,659 3,339 2,000 13,747 20,660-38,066 1,250 1,250 1,250 1,250 1,250 1,250 10,839 Cash Income Sub-Total 27,813 48,544 37,226 91, ,986 48,165 81,981 78,981 80,567 80,567 80,567 74, ,036 38** In-Kind Income 51,239 82,205 58, ,340 46,074 34, , , , , , ,000 1,185,958 TOTAL INCOME PER STATEMENTS 79, ,749 95, , ,060 82, , , , , , ,566 $2,022,994 INCOME ADJUSTMENTS: 11* ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE CHANGES 4,236-10,616 12,701-4,318 4,345-3,255 3,092 TOTAL CASH INCOME $74,816 $141,366 $82,945 $258,734 $148,715 $86,100 $206,981 $203,981 $205,567 $205,567 $205,567 $199,566 $2,019,902 EXPENSES 40** Program Support , ,337 41** Development ,528 24,904 4,661 4,661 4, ,908 42** Advertising & Development 1, ,100 44** Volunteer Expenses ** Fundraising / Event Expenses ** Hud Expenses 47** Program Distributions 2,962 17,062 11,531 11,885 11,209 10,556 21,527 21,527 21,527 21,527 21,527 21, ,365 50** Salaries & Wages 35,196 35,180 33,719 33,095 35,063 35,873 37,315 37,315 37,315 37,315 37,315 37, ,015 51** Payroll Taxes & Benefits 6,515 5,782 6,866 6,695 6,184 6,354 8,726 8,726 8,726 8,726 8,726 8,726 90,753 52** Other Personnel Expenses ,766 53** Occupancy Expenses 1,298 1,249 1,058 1,498 2, ,833 1,833 1,833 1,833 1,833 1,833 19,095 54** Office Expenses 2,941 4,518 4,921 3,748 3,661 2,856 4,975 4,975 4,975 4,975 4,975 4,975 52, Accounting and Payroll Services 268 1,165 1,164 5,163 1,318 1,165 2,092 2,092 2,092 2,092 2,092 2,092 22, Contract Services 2,667 2,667 2,667 2,667 2,667 2,667 2,667 2,667 2,667 2,667 2,667 2,667 32,000 56** Travel, Meetings & Reimbursement ,367 57** Taxes, Insurance & Interest 7 0 2, ,778 58** Other Operating Expenses 1,043 1,043 1,043 3,143 1,043 1,040 1,500 1,500 1,500 1,500 1,500 1,500 17,355 59** Miscellaneous Expenses *** Capital Purchases ,250 Cash Expenses Sub-Total 54,829 69,333 65,413 68,794 77,913 87,803 88,370 88,370 88,374 83,926 83,926 83, ,977 48** In-Kind Expenses 47,869 82,242 60, ,393 41,370 35, , , , , , ,000 1,181,977 TOTAL EXPENSES PER STATEMENTS $102,698 $151,576 $126,186 $233,187 $119,283 $123,133 $213,370 $213,370 $213,374 $208,926 $208,926 $208,925 $2,122,954 EXPENSE ADJUSTMENTS: 13** Credit Unions 15** Property & Equipment 3, ,353-1,053 4, ,250 1,250 1,250 1,250 1,250 1,250 11, Prepaids & Deposits ,795 (3,158) 20** Accounts Payable 4, ,126 22** Accrued Expenses 26** Deferred Revenue 5810 Depreciation -1,043-1,043-1,043-1,043-1,043-1,040-1,250-1,250-1,250-1,250-1,250-1,250 (13,755) TOTAL CASH EXPENSE $108,767 $150,517 $122,790 $231,091 $122,944 $118,648 $213,370 $213,370 $213,374 $208,926 $208,926 $208,925 $2,121,648 NET CASH EXCESS (DEFICIENCY) ($33,951) ($9,151) ($39,846) $27,642 $25,771 ($32,548) ($6,389) ($9,389) ($7,807) ($3,359) ($3,359) ($9,359) ($101,747) BEGINNING CASH BALANCE $328,562 $294,611 $285,460 $245,614 $273,256 $299,027 $266,479 $260,090 $250,700 $242,893 $239,534 $236,174 $328,562 ENDING CASH BALANCE $294,611 $285,460 $245,614 $273,256 $299,027 $266,479 $260,090 $250,700 $242,893 $239,534 $236,174 $226,815 $226,815 Page 12

12 DIRECT REVENUE ACTUAL BUDGET ANNUAL ACCT DESCRIPTION SEP OCT NOV DEC JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG YTD YTD BUDGET INCOME 3010 Reimbursements , , Individual Contributions 1,828 5,140 7,619 41,199 13,423 1,224 70,434 85, , TVI Savers , Mile High Donor 3117 Sunshine Fund Corporate Contributions , (880) 1,127 10,000 20, Church Contributions 1,129 2, ,411 1, ,435 12,500 25, Ready, Set, School Income , Ready, Set. School Expense (250) (500) 3140 Memorials/Bequests 25 1, ,350 5,000 10, Payroll Designation ,109 1,500 3, Service Clubs 1, ,110 2,500 5, Gift of Hearing Nibbles and Sips Sponsor 1,225 2, ,225 45,247 51,778 40,000 80, Local Grants 13,333 27,190 (5,121) 18,933 13,333 67,668 59, , IFCS Summer Event Nibbles and Sips Income 1,880 1,132 17,385 20, , , Nibbles and Sips Expense (620) (219) (11,332) (24,762) (36,933) (29,664) (43,000) 3530 Mini Golf Tournament , Mini-Golf Tounament Expense (500) (1,000) 3610 Interest Income Investment Income , ,943 4,000 8, Miscellaneous Income 2, ,339 7,500 15, Nibbles and Sips Sponsor Holding 1,000 1,000 2,000 13,747 20,000 (37,747) 3970 Nibbles and Sips Income Holding (1,319) 3981 Mini Golf Holding 1,000 1,000 TOTAL $20,216 $14,963 $41,006 $61,238 $48,107 $14,650 $200,180 $333,661 $593,994 Management Partners, Inc. (TM) MP-RPT-07 PRIOR YEAR ACTIVITY: ,260 17,145 22,997 94,270 60,188 29, ,903 11,578 27,196 32,396 18,824 27, , ,081 21,058 31, ,359 50,242 36,367 89,631 41,584 31,457 39,312 23,295 72, , ,490 57,743 69, ,771 80,077 91,074 15,370 36,064 38,190 26,382 45,306 28, , ,195 47,974 31, ,707 51,526 11, ,173 41,025 41,517 26,018 47,774 20, , ,410 5,723 72,222 52,793 76,159 92,477 32,796 42,314 40, ,024 31,830 15, , ,534 57, ,763 73, , ,862 31,783 39,971 34,022 57,706 34,464 48, , ,635 34,554 58, ,950 59,492 67,594 60,252 41,596 40,591 26,082 22,174 35, , ,954 31,693 23, ,273 69,931 72,323 58,545 23,317 68,009 20,926 29,936 54, ,436 Page 13

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