Financials

Income Sources – 2018

$1,69,752 …   68.2%      Grants & Foundations
$771,172 …..    31.3%     Gifts & Events 
$13,599 ……..   0.6%        Other
$2,464,523     TOTAL

Front Door Campaign gifts of $365,944.00 not included

Functional Expenses – 2018

$2,071,843..  84.5%        Program Services
$233,225…….. 9.5%       Management/General
$146,821……..  6.0%       Fundraising
$2,451,889      TOTAL

Learn how our financials impact youth and families.

FUNDERS
Fiscal Year 2018
(October 2017 – September 2018)

A3C Collaborative Architecture

ADP

Altruic Advisors

Ann Arbor Area Community Foundation

Ann Arbor Area Community Foundation – Youth Council

Ann Arbor Housing Commission

Ann Arbor State Bank

Ann Arbor Thrift Shop

Arbor Research

AT&T Employee Giving Program

Bank of Ann Arbor

Buhr Foundation

Comcast

Comerica Bank

Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan

Community Mental Health Partnership of Southeast Michigan

Domino’s

DTE Energy Foundation

Eastern Michigan University

Edward F. Redies Foundation

EmpowerHR

Ethel & James Flinn Foundation

Federal Emergency Management Agency

First Congregational Church of Ann Arbor

Food Gatherers

General Motors Foundation

Grow Detroit’s Young Talent

IBM Employee Charitable Contribution Campaign

Kiwanis Club of Ann Arbor

LAZ Parking

Learman Education Fund

Lee Family Fund

Liberty Dental, PLC

Masco Corporation

MAVD

Michigan Department of Health and Human Services

Miller Canfield

Molina Healthcare

O & W, Inc.

Old National Bank

Phoenix Contractors

PiperPartners

Probility Physical Therapy

Reinhart Charitable Foundation

Robert Bruce Dunlap Fund for Homeless and Foster Youth

Rotary Club of Ann Arbor

Salvation Army

Stieper & Brust Orthodontics

UMHS Community Health Services

UnitedHealth Group

United Way for Southeast Michigan

United Way of Metro Dallas

United Way of Washtenaw County

University Lutheran Chapel

US Department of Health and Human Services

US Department of Housing and Urban Development

Washtenaw Coordinated Funders

Washtenaw Intermediate School District

Zingerman’s Community of Businesses

Ozone House taught me how to problem solve. That it’s okay to need help and where to look for it. How to better myself and set goals.

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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