Catholic Charities Of Santa Clara County

Organization Overview

Catholic Charities Of Santa Clara County is located in San Jose, CA. The organization was established in 1946. According to its NTEE Classification (P20) the organization is classified as: Human Service Organizations, under the broad grouping of Human Services and related organizations. As of 06/2021, Catholic Charities Of Santa Clara County employed 568 individuals. This organization is a subordinate organization within an affiliated group for tax-exemption purposes. Catholic Charities Of Santa Clara County is a 501(c)(3) and as such, is described as a "Charitable or Religous organization or a private foundation" by the IRS.

For the year ending 06/2021, Catholic Charities Of Santa Clara County generated $52.7m in total revenue. This represents relatively stable growth, over the past 6 years the organization has increased revenue by an average of 9.4% each year. All expenses for the organization totaled $51.1m during the year ending 06/2021. While expenses have increased by 7.2% per year over the past 6 years. They've been increasing with an increasing level of total revenue. You can explore the organizations financials more deeply in the financial statements section below.

Mission & Program ActivityExcerpts From the 990 Filing

TAX YEAR

2021

Describe the Organization's Mission:

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SOCIAL SERVICES PROVIDING A NUMBER OF SERVICES SUCH AS: MENTAL HEALTH FOR ADULT, YOUTH AND OLDER ADULTS, REFUGEE PROGRAM, REFUGEE FOSTER CARE, IMMIGRATION LEGAL SERVICES, INMATE SERVICES, CORAL AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS, YOUTH CENTER, SENIOR NUTRITION PROGRAM, AND DISASTER RELIEF RECOVERY FROM FLOOD DAMAGE AND SHARED HOUSING.

Describe the Organization's Program Activity:

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CHILDREN, YOUTH AND FAMILY DEVELOPMENT:THE CHILDREN, YOUTH AND FAMILY DEVELOPMENT SERVES ALL AGES THROUGH A COMMUNITY BASED APPROACH. CHILDREN, YOUTH AND FAMILYSERVICES UNDER THIS SEGMENT EMPOWERS PARTICIPANTS TO IMPROVE THEIR EDUCATION, HEALTH, AND FAMILY RELATIONSHIPS TO STRENGTHEN THEIR RESILIENCY AND PREVENT POVERTY.CORAL (COMMUNITIES ORGANIZING RESOURCES TO ADVANCE LEARNING) IS AN AFTER-SCHOOL ENHANCED LEARNING PROGRAM AT OVER TWENTY SAN JOSE PUBLIC SCHOOLS. CORAL FOCUSES ON IMPROVING STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT THROUGH BALANCED LITERACY AND ENRICHMENT ACTIVITIES, INCLUDING STEM.FAMILY RESOURCE CENTERS (FRC) THE ORGANIZATION RUNS ELEVEN FRCS FOR FIRST 5 SANTA CLARA COUNTY TO SUPPORT FAMILIES AND THE HEALTHY DEVELOPMENT OF THEIR CHILDREN AGES 0-5 YEARS. THE PROGRAM INCLUDES PARENTING WORKSHOPS PLUS COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT AND EDUCATION ACTIVITIES.NEW BEGINNINGS PROVIDES OPPORTUNITIES FOR PARENTS OF CHILDREN AGES 0-3 TO ENJOY INTERACTIVE EARLY LEARNING ACTIVITIES WITH THEIR NEWBORNS/INFANTS.THE FRANKLIN-MCKINLEY CHILDREN'S INITIATIVE IS A PLACE-BASED ANTI-POVERTY STRATEGY FOCUSED ON HELPING EVERY CHILD IN THE SANTEE AND SEVEN TREES NEIGHBORHOODS SUCCEED FROM CRADLE TO CAREER THROUGH CREATING A STRONG AND SAFE NEIGHBORHOOD, STRENGTHENING EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES, AND STRENGTHENING FAMILIES THROUGH A COMMUNITY-BASED COALITION.YOUTH EMPOWERED FOR SUCCESS PROVIDES SERVICES TO STRENGTHEN RESILIENCE OF YOUTH AND YOUNG ADULTS THROUGH DIFFICULT LIFE CIRCUMSTANCES. PROGRAMS INCLUDE BEST, PROGRIP/SES, WUYC AND SPARTAN-KEYES.BUILDING EVERYONE'S STRENGTHS TOGETHER (BEST) PROVIDES GANG PREVENTION AND INTERVENTION SERVICES TO AT RISK YOUTH. THIS PROGRAM WORKS WITH COMMUNITY PARTNERS TO CONDUCT ONGOING PREVENTION/INTERVENTION AND TRUANCY OUTREACH TO IDENTIFY YOUTH WHO EXHIBIT HIGH-RISK BEHAVIORS INCLUDING GANG INVOLVEMENT, CONFLICT/VIOLENCE, SCHOOL ABSENCE AND DROP OUT, SUBSTANCE ABUSE, AND OTHER NEGATIVE BEHAVIORS.PROBATION - GANG REDUCTION INTERVENTION SERVICES/SES IN COLLABORATION WITH BHS PROVIDES INTENSIVE CASE MANAGEMENT TO YOUTH ON PROBATION TO PREVENT REENGAGEMENT WITH THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM.WASHINGTON UNITED YOUTH CENTER (WUYC) AND SPARTAN-KEYES YOUTH CENTER OFFER STRUCTURED AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMMING AND A CARING ENVIRONMENT TO YOUTH AND THEIR FAMILIES THROUGH RECREATION, GROUP EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES AND CULTURAL ENRICHMENT PROGRAMS. ALSO AVAILABLE ARE INFORMATION AND REFERRAL SERVICES FOR FAMILIES IN CRISIS AND LIVING IN POVERTY. ON-SITE SERVICES WERE SUSPENDED IN MARCH 2020 DUE TO THE PANDEMIC.CATHEDRAL SOCIAL MINISTRIES INCLUDES THE WINDOW AND BRIDGES OF HOPE. THE WINDOW PROVIDES FREE MAILBOXES, SANDWICHES, INFORMATION AND REFERRAL AND CONNECTIONS FOR UNHOUSED INDIVIDUALS TO APPLY FOR SHELTER. BRIDGES OF HOPE IS A POST-RELEASE SERVICE THROUGH A FAITH-BASED COLLABORATIVE THAT ASSISTS THOSE RELEASED FROM INCARCERATION WITH RE-INTEGRATING INTO SOCIETY WITH JOBS, HOUSING, AND A FAITH COMMUNITY WHILE IN TRANSITION AND REBUILDING THEIR LIVES.OLDER ADULT SERVICES:OLDER ADULT SERVICES ASSISTS SENIORS TO MAINTAIN HEALTH AND WELLNESS THROUGH MULTIPLE PROGRAMS.LONG-TERM CARE OMBUDSMAN PROGRAM ADVOCATES FOR FRAIL, CHRONICALLY ILL RESIDENTS IN ALL NURSING HOMES AND RESIDENTIAL CARE/ASSISTED LIVING FACILITIES IN SANTA CLARA COUNTY. THIS PROGRAM RESPONDS TO, INVESTIGATES, AND SEEKS FAIR RESOLUTION OF COMPLAINTS, INCLUDING ALLEGATIONS OF ELDER ABUSE AND VIOLATIONS OF RESIDENTS' RIGHTS.SENIOR NUTRITION PROGRAM OFFERS SOCIALIZATION AND HOT NUTRITIOUS MEALS FOR SENIORS (AGE 60 AND OVER) FIVE DAYS A WEEK AT CATHOLIC CHARITIES EASTSIDE NEIGHBORHOOD CENTER AND JOHN XXIII MULTI-SERVICE CENTER IN SAN JOSE. PROGRAMS SHIFTED TO GRAB AND GO MEALS IN MARCH 2020 DUE TO PANDEMIC RESTRICTIONS.SENIOR PROGRAMS AT NEIGHBORHOOD CENTERS OFFERS EDUCATIONAL CLASSES, RECREATION AND WELLNESS ACTIVITIES FOR OLDER ADULTS IN A CULTURALLY RESPONSIVE ENVIRONMENT. SERVICES INCLUDE ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGECLASSES, CITIZENSHIP INFORMATION AND REFERRAL, HEALTH SCREENING AND MONITORING, WELLNESS EDUCATION, COMPUTER TRAINING, DAILY NOON MEALS, WEEKLY GROCERY BAGS, EXERCISES SUCH AS TAI CHI, DANCES, HEALTH EDUCATION, AND CULTURAL CELEBRATIONS AT JOHN XXIII AND EASTSIDE NEIGHBORHOOD CENTER. ON-SITE SERVICES WERE SUSPENDED IN MARCH 2020 DUE TO PANDEMIC RESTRICTIONS. WELLNESS CALLS AND OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES CONTINUED.


EMERGENCY PROGRAMS AND HOUSING SERVICES:HOUSING SERVICES PROVIDES EMERGENCY RENTAL ASSISTANCE AND ENROLLMENT ASSISTANCE TO PREVENT EVICTIONS AND PREVENT HOMELESSNESS. SINCE THE ONSET OF THE PANDEMIC THE PROGRAM HAS BEEN PROVIDING RENTAL ASSISTANCE AND ENROLMENT ASSISTANCE TO FAMILIES AFFECTED BY THE PANDEMIC AND ECONOMIC CRISIS. THE HOUSE SHARING PROGRAM IS DESIGNED TO EXPAND AFFORDABLE HOUSING OPTIONS FOR SANTA CLARA COUNTY RESIDENTS THROUGH THE USE OF UNDERUTILIZED HOMES, PROVIDING STABILITY FOR COMMUNITY MEMBERS WITH VARYING INCOME LEVELS, SUCH AS SENIORS, PERSONS ON FIXED INCOMES, WORKING INDIVIDUALS, TRANSITIONAL YOUTH, STUDENTS, AND VETERANS. SERVICES SIGNIFICANTLY DECLINED DUE TO THE PANDEMIC. DISASTER RECOVERY SERVICES SERVES PEOPLE OF ALL AGES AND BACKGROUNDS THROUGH A CLIENT-CENTRIC APPROACH DURING EMERGENCIES, INCLUDING BOTH NATURAL AND MANMADE DISASTERS, AS WELL AS VULNERABLE COMMUNITIES IMPACTED BY THE HOUSING CRISIS IN SANTA CLARA COUNTY. THE PROGRAM ASSISTS DISASTER SURVIVORS WITH EMERGENCY AND TRANSITIONAL HOUSING ASSISTANCE, FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE, AND ASSISTANCE WITH TRANSPORTATION AND CASE MANAGEMENT SERVICES TO RESTORE THEM TO SELF-SUFFICIENCY. SINCE MARCH 2020 AND THE ONSET OF THE PANDEMIC, THE PROGRAM HAS ASSISTED WITH SIGNIFICANTLY EXPANDED FOOD DISTRIBUTION TO FAMILIES AFFECTED BY THE PANDEMIC AND ECONOMIC CRISIS.


REFUGEE FOSTER CARE:REFUGEE FOSTER CARE TRAINS AND SUPPORTS PERSONS WHO WANT TO BECOME FOSTER PARENTS. THE PROGRAM MATCHES UNACCOMPANIED REFUGEE MINORS WITH HOST FOSTER FAMILIES IN SANTA CLARA COUNTY AND NINE COUNTIES IN THE BAY AREA.


ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT SERVICES:ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT SERVICES ENABLES PARTICIPANTS TO MOVE OUT OF POVERTY AND TOWARD SELF-RELIANCE.EMPLOYMENT NETWORK PROVIDES COMPREHENSIVE JOB READINESS, PRE-EMPLOYMENT, JOB PLACEMENT, JOB RETENTION, AND JOB UPGRADE SERVICES TO PEOPLE WITH MENTAL ILLNESS AND THOSE FORMERLY INCARCERATED THROUGH FOCUS FOR WORK AND RIGHT DIRECTIONS PROGRAMS.FOCUS FOR WORK PROVIDES INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP EMPLOYMENT PREPARATION SERVICES, JOB DEVELOPMENT SERVICES, AND POST-EMPLOYMENT SUPPORT FOR ADULTS DIAGNOSED WITH MENTAL ILLNESS.RIGHT DIRECTIONS PROVIDES INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP EMPLOYMENT PREPARATION SERVICES, JOB DEVELOPMENT SERVICES, AND POST-EMPLOYMENT SUPPORT FOR ADULTS RE-ENTERING FROM JAIL OR PRISON.FINANCIAL EDUCATION SERVICES ENABLES CLIENTS TO ACQUIRE BASIC FINANCIAL LITERACY AND MOVE TOWARD ESTABLISHING ECONOMIC STABILITY THROUGH EFFECTIVE MONEY MANAGEMENT AND BUDGETING. IT INCLUDES FREE FINANCIAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS FOR LOW-INCOME INDIVIDUALS AND FAMILIES.SUPPORTIVE HOUSING SERVICES AT CHARITIES HOUSING DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (CHDC) PROVIDES SERVICE COORDINATION, SUPPORTIVE SERVICES AND REFERRALS FOR RESIDENTS OF CHDC UNITS.IMMIGRATION LEGAL SERVICES ARE FULLY ACCREDITED BY THE FEDERAL BOARD OF IMMIGRATION APPEALS TO PROVIDE PROFESSIONAL LEGAL CONSULTATIONS AND A FULL RANGE OF IMMIGRATION LEGAL SERVICES FOR LOW-INCOME PEOPLE THROUGHOUT SANTA CLARA COUNTY. SERVICES INCLUDE FAMILY VISAS, FIANC/E-VISA, ADJUSTMENT OF STATUS, EMPLOYMENT AUTHORIZATION, RE-ENTRY PERMIT AND ADVANCE PAROLE, POLITICAL ASYLUM, SPECIAL IMMIGRANT JUVENILE, RELIGIOUS VISA, FAMILY UNITY, TEMPORARY PROTECTED STATUS (TPS), VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN'S ACT (VAWA), NICARAGUAN ADJUSTMENT AND CENTRAL AMERICAN RELIEF ACT (NACARA), INADMISSIBILITY WAIVERS, REMOVAL DEFENSE, REPRESENTATION, FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT REQUESTS, CITIZENSHIP INFORMATION AND APPLICATIONS, PHOTOS AND FINGERPRINTING, DACA SERVICES AND EDUCATION, AND LEGAL SERVICES TO UNACCOMPANIED IMMIGRANT CHILDREN.SOUTH COUNTY CITIZENSHIP SERVICES OFFERS SLIDING SCALE CITIZENSHIP SERVICES IN GILROY, MORGAN HILL AND SAN MARTIN, CALIFORNIA. CITIZENSHIP SERVICES INCLUDE APPLICATION ASSISTANCE, INTERVIEW PREPARATION, LEGAL ASSISTANCE OR REFERRAL TO LEGAL ASSISTANCE. FREE SOUTH COUNTY CITIZENSHIP DAYS ARE HELD TWICE A YEAR.BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES: BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES WORKS TO IMPROVE THE WELLBEING OF OUR PARTICIPANTS THROUGH MENTAL HEALTH AND CASE MANAGEMENT SERVICES.CALWORKS HEALTH ALLIANCE IS A MULTICULTURAL OUTPATIENT MENTAL HEALTH AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE PROGRAM FOR CALWORKS PARTICIPANTS THAT HELPS IMPROVE PERSONAL AND FAMILY ISSUES THAT MAY KEEP THEM FROM FINDING ECONOMIC AND EMOTIONAL SELF-SUFFICIENCY.FAMILY AND CHILDREN SERVICES OFFERS OUTPATIENT SERVICES FOR CHILDREN WHO ARE SERIOUSLY AND EMOTIONALLY DISTURBED AND THEIR FAMILIES. SERVICES INCLUDE PSYCHIATRIC EVALUATIONS, MEDICAL MONITORING, THERAPY, PREVENTION AND EARLY INTERVENTION, CASE MANAGEMENT AND FAMILY SUPPORT, INCLUDING SUPERVISED AND HOME VISITS. PROGRAMS INCLUDE: CHILDREN'S COUNSELING; KINDRED SOULS, PREVENTION AND EARLY INTERVENTION, AND BABY STEPS.OLDER ADULT SERVICES: GOLDEN GATEWAY PROVIDES CASE MANAGEMENT AND MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES, INCLUDING MEDICATION SUPPORT, TO OLDER ADULTS WHO ARE EXPERIENCING CHRONIC EMOTIONAL PROBLEMS. GOLDEN GATEWAY ALSO DEVELOPS SUPPORT GROUPS AND EDUCATES FAMILY MEMBERS AND COMMUNITY SERVICE PROVIDERS ABOUT HELPING OLDER ADULTS WITH MENTAL HEALTH CONDITIONS.KINSHIP RESOURCE CENTER PROVIDES COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES AND SUPPORT TO GRANDPARENTS AND OTHER RELATIVES WHO ARE RAISING THE FAMILY'S CHILDREN. SERVICES INCLUDE CASE MANAGEMENT, HEALTH ASSESSMENTS, SUPPORT GROUPS, RESPITE CARE, RECREATION, INFORMATION AND REFERRAL, EDUCATION SEMINARS AND ASSISTANCE WITH LEGAL GUARDIANSHIP PACKETS, AS WELL AS AN INDEPENDENT LIVING PROGRAM FOR YOUTH MOVING OUT OF KINSHIP CARE.INMATE SUPPORTIVE SERVICES (ISS) AT THE COUNTY'S TWO ADULT CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES RESPONDS TO INMATE REQUESTS FOR BOOKS, EYEGLASSES, NOTARY SERVICES, PROBATION-REQUIRED LEGAL DOCUMENTS, REQUESTS FOR FAMILY CONTACTS, FAMILY REQUESTS FOR INFORMATION OR ITEMS FOR THE INMATES, INFORMATION FROM COMMUNITY/OTHER LEGAL SERVICES AND RESOURCE INFORMATION.TRANSITIONING OFF AND PREVENTING PLACEMENT (TOPP) PROVIDES MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES TO YOUTH AGES 5 TO 18 IN SANTA CLARA COUNTY. CLIENTS CANNOT HAVE MEDI-CAL AND MUST EITHER BE UNINSURED OR HAVE PRIVATE INSURANCE THAT DOES NOT MEET THEIR NEEDS.PROGRIP/SES - PROBATION - GANG REDUCTION INTERVENTION PROGRAM AND SUPPORT ENHANCEMENT SERVICES PROVIDES MENTAL HEALTH AND CASE MANAGEMENT SUPPORT FOR YOUTH ON PROBATION.ADVOCACY AND COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT:ADVOCACY AND COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT COORDINATES THE ORGANIZATION'S PARTNERSHIPS WITH PARISHES, VOLUNTEER SERVICES, SUPPORT FOR ADULTS WITH DISABILITIES, AND ADVOCACY EFFORTS.PARISH ENGAGEMENT CONVENES AND TRAINS PARISH LEADERS AND PEER VOLUNTEERS TO STRENGTHEN THE NETWORK OF PARISH-BASED SERVICES WITH THE ORGANIZATION'S RESOURCES AND OTHER PARISHES IN ORDER TO ALLEVIATE, PREVENT, AND REDUCE POVERTY. PARISH ENGAGEMENT SEEKS TO SERVE THE RESIDENTS OF 95122 THROUGH ACCOMPANIMENT SERVICES WHERE VOLUNTEERS SPEND 4 HOURS OF THEIR MONTH WITH RESIDENTS WHO ARE IN NEED OF SERVICE NAVIGATION AND A LOVING COMMITTED PRESENCE IN THEIR LIVES. THROUGH A MUTUALLY TRANSFORMATIVE EXPERIENCE, VOLUNTEERS AND CLIENTS WORK TOGETHER TO OVERCOME BARRIERS TO POVERTY - TOGETHER. SINCE THE PANDEMIC, THE PROGRAM HAS EXPANDED TO MULTIPLE PARISHES.HANDICAPABLES PROVIDES PEER SUPPORT, SPIRITUALITY AND ENRICHMENT FOR ADULT DISABLED INDIVIDUALS.VOLUNTEER SERVICES RECRUITS, ON BOARDS AND CONNECTS VOLUNTEERS WITH THE ORGANIZATION'S MULTIPLE VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES.


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Outside Vendors & Contractors

Vendor Name (Service)Compensation
Moonchef Llc
Catering Services
$451,912
Swenson Development & Construction
Cleaning Services
$276,200
Valley Teen Ranch
Social Services
$168,420
St Andrew's Residential Programs For Yo
Transitional Housing For Refugee Kids
$419,483
Abbott Stringham & Lynch
Audit And Tax
$176,995
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Financial Statements

Statement of Revenue
Federated campaigns$8,381
Membership dues$0
Fundraising events$177,567
Related organizations$0
Government grants $30,973,650
All other contributions, gifts, grants, and similar amounts not included above$18,371,176
Noncash contributions included in lines 1a–1f $11,534,081
Total Revenue from Contributions, Gifts, Grants & Similar$49,530,774
Total Program Service Revenue$2,376,046
Investment income $212,768
Tax Exempt Bond Proceeds $0
Royalties $0
Net Rental Income $115,261
Net Gain/Loss on Asset Sales -$760
Net Income from Fundraising Events $49,313
Net Income from Gaming Activities $0
Net Income from Sales of Inventory $0
Miscellaneous Revenue$0
Total Revenue $52,659,902

Grants Awarded

Over the last fiscal year, Catholic Charities Of Santa Clara County has awarded $537,326 in support to 10 organizations.

Grant RecipientAmount

DIOCESE OF SAN JOSE THE CHANCERY

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San Jose, CA

PURPOSE: General support

$66,141

SANTA CLARA UNIVERSITY

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Santa Clara, CA

PURPOSE: General support

$60,000

INTERNATIONAL RESCUE COMMITTEE

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New York, NY

PURPOSE: General support

$51,720

CENTER FOR EMPLOYMENT TRAINING

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San Jose, CA

PURPOSE: General support

$51,670

ASIAN LAW ALLIANCE

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San Jose, CA

PURPOSE: General support

$51,670

PANGEA LEGAL SERVICES

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San Francisco, CA

PURPOSE: General support

$51,670
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Grants Recieved

Over the last fiscal year, we have identified 53 grants that Catholic Charities Of Santa Clara County has recieved totaling $6,927,449.

Awarding OrganizationAmount
David And Lucile Packard Foundation

Los Altos, CA

PURPOSE: LOCAL GRANTMAKING

$1,350,000
Silicon Valley Community Foundation

Mountain View, CA

PURPOSE: Human Services

$984,850
Catholic Charities Of California

Sacramento, CA

PURPOSE: GENERAL PROGRAM SUPPORT

$857,041
Sourcewise

Santa Clara, CA

PURPOSE: Title III-B, E, VIIIA & VIIIB,Other

$544,543
Destination Home Sv

Mountain View, CA

PURPOSE: Human Services

$388,408
Local Initiatives Support Corporation

New York, NY

PURPOSE: SEE PART IV

$269,410
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Endowment Analysis

Beg. Balance$10,900,498
Earnings$2,789,005
Net Contributions$15,193
Other Expense$655,690
Ending Balance$13,049,006

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