Covia Communities

Organization Overview

Covia Communities is located in Walnut Creek, CA. The organization was established in 1966. According to its NTEE Classification (P75) the organization is classified as: Supportive Housing for Older Adults, under the broad grouping of Human Services and related organizations. As of 03/2020, Covia Communities employed 1,417 individuals. This organization is an independent organization and not affiliated with a larger national or regional group of organizations.

For the year ending 03/2020, Covia Communities generated $147.8m in total revenue. This represents relatively stable growth, over the past 6 years the organization has increased revenue by an average of 1.8% each year. All expenses for the organization totaled $144.0m during the year ending 03/2020. While expenses have increased by 1.4% 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

2020

Describe the Organization's Mission:

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COVIA COMMUNITIES PROVIDES HOUSING AND OTHER SUPPORTIVE SERVICES TO SENIORS OF ALL ECONOMIC MEANS.

Describe the Organization's Program Activity:

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SEE SCHEDULE OCOVIA COMMUNITIES IS A PIONEERING LEADER IN HEALTH CARE AND SENIOR RETIREMENT LIVING SINCE 1965. COVIA COMMUNITIES HAS BUILT, OPENED, AND OPERATES FIVE LIFE PLAN COMMUNITIES ON A NONPROFIT AND NON-DENOMINATIONAL BASIS, WHICH ARE LICENSED BY THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA. THE COMMUNITIES OFFER ITS RESIDENTS SECURITY AND ROBUST SERVICES WHICH INCLUDE: (1) THE PROMISE OF CARE FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE RESIDENT'S LIFE; (2) INDEPENDENT LIVING WITH A WIDE RANGE OF RESIDENT AMENITIES AND BENEFITS; (3) A COMPREHENSIVE APPROACH TO LONG TERM HEALTH CARE; AND THE OPPORTUNITY TO CONTINUE LIVING IN THE COMMUNITY EVEN IF THE RESIDENT HAS EXHAUSTED THEIR FINANCIAL RESOURCES THROUGH NO FAULT OF THEIR OWN.


SEE SCHEDULE OFOR MORE THAN 50 YEARS, COVIA HAS BEEN A LEADING NONPROFIT PROVIDER OF HOUSING AND SERVICES FOR OLDER ADULTS IN THE BAY AREA. OUR MISSION IS TO PROMOTE POSITIVE AGING BY CULTIVATING HEALTHY AND ENGAGED COMMUNITIES WITH A CONTINUUM OF INNOVATIVE SERVICES THAT ACTIVELY SUPPORT THE WHOLE PERSON. IN ADDITION TO PROVIDING HOUSING THROUGH OUR 13 COMMUNITIES, 8 OF WHICH ARE AFFORDABLE COMMUNITIES, COVIA SERVES MORE THAN 18,000 OLDER ADULTS THROUGH OUR COMMUNITY SERVICES DIVISION'S INNOVATIVE PROGRAMS, INCLUDING: (1) HOME MATCH - SHARED HOUSING PROVIDES ECONOMIC STABILITY AND ENHANCED WELLBEING FOR OLDER ADULT HOME PROVIDERS WHO OFFER ROOMS IN THEIR HOMES IN EXCHANGE FOR ADDITIONAL INCOME, HELP AROUND THE HOUSE IN RETURN FOR LOWER RENTS, AND/OR COMPANIONSHIP. CURRENTLY AVAILABLE IN MARIN COUNTY, SAN FRANCISCO, CONTRA COSTA COUNTY, AND ALAMEDA COUNTY (FREMONT). (2) WELL CONNECTED - OFFERS MORE THAN 80 WEEKLY ACTIVITIES, CLASSES AND SUPPORT GROUPS THROUGH FREE TELEPHONE CONFERENCE AND VIDEO CALLS IN ENGLISH AND SPANISH. NATION-WIDE PROGRAM. (3) SOCIAL CALL IS A FRIENDLY VISITING PROGRAM THAT BEGAN IN SF IN 2009. SC MAKES THOUGHTFUL AND PRECISE MATCHES BETWEEN COMMUNITY VOLUNTEERS AND OLDER ADULTS 1:1 FOR WEEKLY SOCIAL VISITS, IN-PERSON OR BY PHONE. PHONE VISITS ANYWHERE IN THE US, IN-PERSON VISITS IN SF, ALAMEDA, MARIN & SONOMA COUNTIES. SC KNOWS OLDER AGE IS A TIME OF CREATIVE GROWTH AND WE WANT VOLUNTEERS (OFTEN MUCH YOUNGER) AND PARTICIPANTS TO FIND EQUITY AND MEANINGFUL CONNECTION DURING THEIR VISITS, WITH THE ULTIMATE GOAL OF REDUCING LONELINESS. (4) MARKET DAY - 24 WEEKLY MARKETS ARE LOCATED AT SENIOR CENTERS, AFFORDABLE SENIOR HOUSING COMMUNITIES, COMMUNITY CENTERS, AND FAITH-BASED ORGANIZATIONS ACROSS CALIFORNIA THAT PROVIDE FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETABLES AT WHOLESALE PRICES - ALONG WITH VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES AND A SOCIAL GATHERING. (5) SENIOR RESOURCES PROVIDES INFORMATION AND REFERRAL ASSISTANCE AND EMERGENCY FUNDING IN SEVEN COUNTIES. EMERGENCY FUNDS ARE DESIGNED TO BE DISBURSED ON A ONE-TIME BASIS, TO PROVIDE SAFETY NET FUNDING FOR EXPENSE SUCH AS; RENT, UTILITIES, CAR REPAIR, HOUSEHOLD REPAIRS, MEDICAL/DENTAL EXPENSES ETC. THREE COUNTIES HAVE ADDITIONAL UNIQUE PROGRAMS TAILORED TO THE SPECIFIC NEEDS OF EACH COUNTY I.E. ROTARY HOME TEAM IN CONTRA COSTA COUNTY AND PANTRY OF HOME IN ALAMEDA COUNTY. (6) CREATIVE SPARK A NEW PROGRAM INSPIRED BY RUTH'S TABLE AT BETHANY CENTER IN SAN FRANCISCO WHICH IS FOUNDED ON CREATIVE AGING PRINCIPLES OF CULTURE SHIFT, BE WELL, GROW, AND CONNECT. CREATIVE SPARK INTENDS TO PACKAGE THE SUCCESS AND IMPACT OF RUTH'S TABLE, AND BRING IT TO A LARGER COMMUNITY - OTHER RESIDENCES, AGING SERVICES, AND OLDER ADULTS - THROUGH STAFF TRAINING AND CONSULTATION, CREATIVE AGING CURRICULUM, ART KITS, AND VIRTUAL CLASSES WITH OLDER ADULTS.


SEE SCHEDULE OCOVIA COMMUNITIES PROVIDES FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE TO OVER 40 RESIDENTS IN ITS LIFE PLAN COMMUNITIES WHO HAVE EXHAUSTED THEIR FUNDS AND CAN NO LONGER AFFORD TO PAY THEIR MONTHLY SERVICE FEES. THESE RESIDENTS RECEIVE PARTIAL OR FULL CREDITS OF THEIR MONTHLY FEES DEPENDING ON THEIR FINANCIAL NEED. IN SOME INSTANCES, THEY ALSO RECEIVE A STIPEND SO THAT THEY CAN PAY FOR THEIR MEDICATIONS OR HEALTH CARE EXPENSES WHICH ARE NOT OTHERWISE COVERED BY INSURANCE.


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Outside Vendors & Contractors

Vendor Name (Service)Compensation
Morrison Senior Dining
Dining Services
$9,679,692
Adp Insurance Agency
Medical Services
$7,896,985
Nelson T Lewis Construction Co
Construction Services
$3,515,910
City Building Inc
Construction Services
$3,629,855
Rehab Alliance
Medical Services
$3,199,078
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Financial Statements

Statement of Revenue
Total Revenue from Contributions, Gifts, Grants & Similar$5,160,986
Investment income $3,574,504
Tax Exempt Bond Proceeds $0
Royalties $0
Net Rental Income $366,214
Net Gain/Loss on Asset Sales $7,024,941
Net Income from Fundraising Events $0
Net Income from Gaming Activities $0
Net Income from Sales of Inventory $0
Miscellaneous Revenue$0
Total Revenue $147,771,280

Grants Awarded

Over the last fiscal year, Covia Communities has awarded $895,177 in support to 2 organizations.

Grant RecipientAmount

EPISCOPAL SENIOR COMMUNITIES FOUNDATION

Org PageRecipient Profile

Walnut Creek, CA

PURPOSE: SUPPORT FOR ESCF

$880,177

EPISCOPAL COMMUNITIES SERVICES OF SAN FRANCISCO

Org PageRecipient Profile

San Francisco, CA

PURPOSE: support for services of escsf's programs

$15,000
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Grants Recieved

Over the last fiscal year, we have identified 5 grants that Covia Communities has recieved totaling $128,250.

Awarding OrganizationAmount
California P E O Home

La Canada, CA

PURPOSE: TO FUND THE ELDERLY OUT REACH PROGRAM.

$56,250
Leonard & Beryl Buck Foundation

San Francisco, CA

PURPOSE: IMPROVE FOOD SECURITY IN MARIN COUNTY

$30,000
Leonard & Beryl Buck Foundation

San Francisco, CA

PURPOSE: IMPROVE FOOD SECURITY IN MARIN COUNTY

$30,000
Schwab Charitable Fund

San Francisco, CA

PURPOSE: HUMAN SERVICES

$6,000
Schwab Charitable Fund

San Francisco, CA

PURPOSE: HUMAN SERVICES

$6,000
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Endowment Analysis

Beg. Balance$664,420
Earnings-$9,950
Ending Balance$654,470

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