Sexual Assault Center
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101 French Landing Drive
Nashville, TN 37228
Organization Details

Fiscal Year

Fiscal Year Start

07/01/2020

Fiscal Year End

06/30/2021

Projected Revenue

$4,038,882.00

Projected Expenses

$4,081,165.00

Organizational Budgets and Other Documents

2020-2021 2021
2019-2020 Budget 2020
2018 - 2019 Profit & Loss Budget Overview 2019
2017-2018 Budget 2018
2016-2017 Projected budget 2017
Sexual Assault Center 2015-2016 2016
Sexual Assault Center 2015 2015
Sexual Assault Center 2014 Budget 2014
Sexual Assault Center 2013 Budget 2013
Sexual Assault Center 2012 Budget 2012
Sexual Assault Center 2011 Budget 2011
sexual assault center /rape and sexual abuse center 2010 budget 2010
sexual assault center /rape and sexual abuse center 2009 budget 2009
sexual assault center /rape and sexual abuse center 2008 budget 2008
sexual assault center /rape and sexual abuse center 2007 budget 2007
sexual assault center /rape and sexual abuse center2006 budget. 2006
sexual assault center /rape and sexual abuse center 2005 budget 2005

IRS Letter of Exemption

sexual assault center /rape and sexual abuse center irs ltr

Detailed Financials

Revenue and Expenses
Fiscal Year202020192018
Total Revenue $3,909,097.00$3,110,442.00$4,881,551.00
Total Expenses $3,860,620.00$3,424,587.00$2,966,231.00
Revenue Less Expenses $48,477.00($314,145.00)$1,915,320.00

Revenue Sources
Fiscal Year202020192018
Foundation and Corporation Contributions $0.00$0.00$0.00
Government - Federal $0.00$0.00$0.00
Government - State $0.00$0.00$0.00
Government - Local $0.00$0.00$0.00
Government - Unspecified $2,175,306.00$1,750,847.00$1,384,864.00
Individual Contributions $1,030,763.00$717,177.00$3,014,208.00
Indirect Public Support $150,000.00$183,200.00$181,500.00
Earned Revenue $313,592.00$243,399.00$189,995.00
Investment Income, Net of Losses $30,353.00$49,431.00$5,314.00
Membership Dues $0.00$0.00$0.00
Special Events $209,083.00$166,388.00$105,670.00
Revenue In-Kind $0.00$0.00$0.00
Other $0.00$0.00$0.00

Expense Allocation
Fiscal Year202020192018
Program Expense $3,161,066.00$2,989,515.00$2,545,120.00
Administration Expense $459,376.00$192,932.00$121,005.00
Fundraising Expense $240,178.00$242,140.00$300,106.00
Total Revenue/Total Expenses 101%91%165%
Program Expense/Total Expenses 82%87%86%
Fundraising Expense/Contributed Revenue 6%7%10%

Top Funding Sources
Fiscal Year202020192018
Top Funding Source & Dollar Amount Government Grants
$2,175,306.00
Government Grants
$1,750,847.00
Contributions, Gifts and Grants
$3,014,208.00
Second Highest Funding Source & Dollar Amount Contributions, Gifts and Grants
$1,030,763.00
Contributions, Gifts and Grants
$717,177.00
Government Grants
$1,384,864.00
Third Highest Funding Source & Dollar Amount Program Revenue
$313,592.00
Program Revenue
$243,399.00
Program Revenue
$189,995.00

Assets and Liabilities
Fiscal Year202020192018
Total Assets $7,223,625.00$6,743,296.00$7,137,833.00
Current Assets $1,995,538.00$1,433,284.00$1,776,372.00
Long-Term Liabilities $0.00$174,463.00$174,463.00
Current Liabilities $649,175.00$89,648.00$219,116.00
Total Net Assets $6,574,450.00$6,479,185.00$6,744,254.00

Endowment Info

Do you have an endowment?

Yes

What is the value of the endowment?

$1,605,042.00

What is the spending policy for your endowment?

Percentage

Capital Campaign Info

Are you currently in a Capital Campaign?

No

Do you anticipate a campaign in the next 5 years?

No

Solicitation Permit Info

State Charitable Solicitations Permit

Yes

Permit Expiration Month

December

Permit Expiration Year

2021

Form 990s

Sexual Assault Center 2020 2020
Sexual Assault Center 2019 2019
Sexual Assault Center 2018 2018
Sexual Assault Center 2017 2017
Sexual Assault Center 2016 2016
Sexual Assault Center 2015 990 2015
Sexual Assault Center 2014 990 2014
Sexual Assault Center 2013 990 2013
Sexual Assault Center 2012 990 2012
Sexual Assault Center 2011 990 2011
sexual assault center /rape and sexual abuse center 2010 990 2010
sexual assault center /rape and sexual abuse center 2009 990 2009
sexual assault center /rape and sexual abuse center 2008 990 2008
sexual assault center /rape and sexual abuse center 2007 990 2007
sexual assault center /rape and sexual abuse center2006 990 2006
sexual assault center /rape and sexual abuse center 2005 990 2005
sexual assault center /rape and sexual abuse center 2004 990 2004

Audit Documents

FY20 SAC Audited Financial Statement 2020
FY19 SAC Audited Financial Statement 2019
Sexual Assault Center Audit 2018 2018
Sexual Assault Center Audit 2017 2017
Sexual Assault Center Audit 2016 2016
Sexual Assault Center 2015 audit 2015
Sexual Assault Center 2014 audit 2014
sexual assault center 2013 audit 2013
sexual assault center 2012 audit 2012
sexual assault center 2011 audit 2011
sexual assault center /rape and sexual abuse center 2010 audit 2010
sexual assault center /rape and sexual abuse center 2009 audit 2009
sexual assault center /rape and sexual abuse center 2008 audit 2008
sexual assault center /rape and sexual abuse center 2007 audit 2007
sexual assault center /rape and sexual abuse center2006 audit 2006
sexual assault center /rape and sexual abuse center 2005 audit 2005
sexual assault center /rape and sexual abuse center 03-04 audit 2004

CEO/Executive Director/Board Comments


The Sexual Assault Center continues to be very strong and stable financially. Despite canceling a major fundraiser last year, we still managed to end the most recent fiscal year with income over expenses. This was a primary goal in our current strategic plan, and we successful achieved it, as well as balancing our budget moving into this new fiscal year. We have a healthy endowment that continues to perform well, and approximately 3 months of cash in reserves. We have been fortunate to receive several COVID-related grants this past year that have enabled us to pivot to remote operations without skipping a beat and create a safe environment for staff and clients who are in the building.

We had a capital campaign in 2016 to renovate our building, that we own in full, to build the SAFE Clinic and add 9 new offices to make space for our growing staff. Pledges will continue to be paid through the end of next fiscal year, and we fully expect to receive all pledged donations. When we embarked on the capital campaign, we wanted to raise enough money to build the SAFE Clinic and renovate the building ($1.5 million), and also raise an additional $1 million to set aside for continued operations of the Clinic. At that time, we anticipated the additional $1 million would last 5-8 years. We have since learned that it costs more to operate the clinic than originally anticipated, and the volume of clients is nearly twice as high as expected, also increasing expenses. Therefore, the capital campaign funds will be exhausted in another 2-3 years. To adjust to the increased expenses in operating a clinic, we have successfully and progressively begun increasing our fundraising goals and efforts, and we are expanding our search and network of grant opportunities. We have also been the fortunate recipients of new funding from Tennessee's Office of Criminal Justice Programs. This funding has allowed us to create the Statewide Hotline, expand our training team, and support much of our clinical and advocacy work. We continue to have a small fee-for-service model with partner organizations and through client insurance or sliding scale self-pay revenue (less than 5% of our overall budget).

We are extremely grateful for the financial support and contributions of individual friends, donors, foundations and grantors. Without these contributions, we would not be able to operate. Because of these contributions, we are able to provide unique, individualized and specialized care to every person who comes to SAC. Continued fundraising and development is more important now than ever before, because of the anticipated surge in demand for our services as the City continues to reopen. Despite our significant growth in recent years, we still maintain a wait list of over 60 individuals waiting for an individual therapist. We are actively working to adapt our treatment and service delivery model to decrease wait time. Our agency has doubled in staff size and budget in under 4 years, yet the demand still grows. For this reason, we must continue to not only secure funding for direct client care, but also prevention, training and outreach services so that we can ultimately prevent future incidents of sexual violence and future need for our services.

Foundation Staff Comments


Financial figures taken from 990. Financial documents prepared by Cherry Bekaert, LLP. Comments provided by Kathryn Bennett 3/11/2021. *The endowment is housed at The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee.