Central Financing of Social Agencies; "May Central Financing of Social Agencies Be Accomplished with Social, Educational, and Financial Advantages to the Community, and Without Limiting or Impairing the Freedom of Purpose and of Action of

Central Financing of Social Agencies; "May Central Financing of Social Agencies Be Accomplished with Social, Educational, and Financial Advantages to the Community, and Without Limiting or Impairing the Freedom of Purpose and of Action of

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1922 edition. Excerpt: ...(c)--Includes $T,67, expended for permanent equipment. (d)--The matter of interest earned on bank balances is worthy of note. It is claimed to represent a clear gain inasmuch as prior to central financing1 the agencies because of irregular income were con-stantly borrowing money and paying interest as a part of their maintenance expense. This is now more than saved. (e)--Part of this expense is for the Central Building housing sixteen agencies. (t)--In Rochester the item for services rendered coveIN expenditures for only a part of the year; it is being developed. III. APPORTIONMENT OF COLLECTED FUNDS After the campaign the annual appropriations are made to the social agencies participating. If the financial goal has been reached, then to each agency will be appropriated the full amount of its budget, as allowed. If there is an undersubscription each agency may receive a uniform percentage of its budget, or some other measure may be adopted to meet the situation. The agencies, however, are informed promptly of the financial means at their disposal. 1. Apportionment Is Made By The Community Fund In Cleveland and in Detroit, the Community Funds appropriate to the agencies, but pay the money monthly to the Community Councils which control the disbursement of these monthly installments. The responsibility of the Community Fund in this respect is described by Mr. Paul L. Feiss, Chairman of the Investigating Committee of the Cleveland Community Fund, as follows: "The Cleveland Community Fund, due to the prominence achieved by its annual campaign, is often considered by Clevelanders to be solely a moneyraising agency. Its efforts to insure the wise expenditure of funds raised are an equally vital factor in the life and progress of the organization....show more

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  • English
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  • 1236489926
  • 9781236489920