Financials

Income Sources – 2016

  • Grants & Foundations
    Gifts & Events (net)
    Other

    TOTAL

  • $1,539,528 ………  65.2%
    $808,962 ………..   34.3%
    $9,959 …………….   0.5%

    $2,358,449

Functional Expenses – 2016

  • Program Services
    Management/General
    Fundraising

    TOTAL

  • $1,686,725 …….. 83.6%
    $190,658 ………..   9.4%
    $139,612………….  6.9%

    $2,016,995


Learn how our financials impact youth and families.

FUNDERS
Fiscal Year 2016

Ann Arbor Area Community Foundation – Youth Council

Ann Arbor Housing Commission

Ann Arbor State Bank

Anonymous

AT&T United Way Giving Program

Austin Memorial Foundation

Bank of Ann Arbor

Buhr Foundation

Comerica Bank

Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan

Community Mental Health Partnership of Southeast Michigan

CSIG Holding Company

De Galan Fund for Excellence in Education

Detter Family Foundation

Dexter Family Dentistry

Domino’s

DTE Energy Foundation

 

Eastern Michigan University

Edward F. Redies Foundation

Federal Emergency Management Agency

First Congregational Church of Ann Arbor

Food Gatherers

Galens Medical Society

General Motors Foundation

Grow Detroit’s Young Talent

IBM Employee Charitable Contribution Campaig

J.F. Ervin Foundation

Kapnick Insurance Group

Kerrytown Market & Shops

KeyBank Foundation

Learman Education Fund

Lee Family Fund

Liberty Dental, PLC

Lucky’s Market

Masco Corporation

Michigan Department of Health and Human Services

Michigan State Housing Development Authority

Miller Canfield

Molloy Foundation

Oxford Companies

Probility Physical Therapy

Robert Bruce Dunlap Fund for Homeless and Foster Youth

Rotary Club of Ann Arbor

Salvation Army

Speckhard-Knight Charitable Foundation

Stieper & Brust Orthodontics

United Way for Southeastern Michigan

United Way of Greater Milwaukee

United Way of Massachusetts Bay and Merrimack Valley

United Way of Metro Dallas

United Way of the Greater Triangle

United Way of Washtenaw County

United Way Suncoast

US Department of Health and Human Services

US Department of Housing and Urban Development

Washtenaw Coordinated Funders

Washtenaw Intermediate School District

XPO Charitable Foundation

Zingerman’s Community of Businesses

 

Ozone House helps a lot but they mostly help you to help yourself and get you going on the right path. Then it’s up to you.

Former Ozone House client August 6, 2016

Your generous support ensures that we can offer a safe place and support – free of charge –
to hundreds of homeless and runaway youth in our community.

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