Finances

Audited financial statement

The audit firm, Gelman, Rosenberg, and Freedman, Certified Public Accountants, conducted an audit of compliance in accordance with auditing standards generally accepted in the USA; the standards applicable to financial audits contained in Government Auditing Standards, issued by the Comptroller General of the United States; and OMB Circular A-133, Audits of States, Local Government, and Non-Profit Organizations. The audit firm stated that CORE, Inc. complied, in all material respects, with the requirements referred to above that are applicable to each of its major federal programs for the year ended September 30, 2016.

2016 2015
REVENUE
Government Grants $1,571,882 $1,478,333
Contributions and Private Grants $69,351 $9,813
Membership $160,327 $96,137
Workshop Fees $112,326 $96,981
Interest Income $7,478 $5,823
In-Kind Revenue $14,838
Other Income $16,395 $18,425
Total Revenue and Support $1,937,759 $1,720,350
2016 2015
EXPENSES
Maternal and Child Health $808,373 $649,413
Nutrition and Food Security $601,254 $663,183
Infectious Disease (Polio) $77,851 $108,107
CORE Member Services $172,514 $21,240
Total Program Services $1,659,992 $1,441,943
Management and General $186,324 $191,010
Total Expenses $1,846,316 $1,632,953
Change in Net Assets $91,443 $87,397
Net Assets at Beginning of Year $1,557,728 $1,470,331
NET ASSESTS AT END OF YEAR $1,649,171 $1,557,728

Grantors and donors

Grantors

Save the Children – The TOPS Program

Jhpiego – USAID’s Maternal and Child Survival Program

World Vision – CORE Group Polio Project

Save the Children – REAL Project

The Patricia Crown Family

Donors

  • Tom Davis
  • Antony Duttine
  • Eleanor Crook Foundation
  • Sonya Funna
  • Lisa Hilmi
  • Joseph Ichter
  • Judy Lewis
  • John McPhail
  • David Pyle
  • Richard Speck
  • Erin Stieber
  • Jennifer Weiss
  • James Wilkerson

Event Sponsors

Event Sponsors

CORE Group Contributors

Access to Nutrition Foundation Fulbright Scholar Program Partners in Health
ACDI/VOCA George Mason University Portland State University
AdaptivePurpose, LLC Global Financing Facility for Every Women Every Child Promundo
African Farmer Project Greenville Health System QED Group LLC
AgriProFocus Health Technologies for Women and Children Results for Development
Alive & Thrive HRH2030 Richard Lord Studio
Anthrologica Humanosphere Ryan Larrance
Arnold & Porter Immigrant & Refugee Community Organization Sarah Daglish
Arogya World INGENAES Project Savings Revolution
Aspen Management Partnership for Health Institute of Development Studies South Eastern Europe Health Network
Berkeley School of Public Health Karen LeBan SPRING
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Link NCA Stan Garfield
Busaino Fruit and Trees Management Sciences for Health TANGO International
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Mary Taylor TechnoServe
Center for Accelerating Innovation and Impact Medic Mobile The Institute of Healthcare Design Thinking
Community Enterprises Development Organization Mellen Duffy Tanamly True Nature Design
Connecting Organizations for Regional Disease Surveillance Metrics for Management Tufts University
Cornell University Minerva Strategies UNICEF
Denise Phelps Ministry of Health, Amman, Jordan University of California, Davis
Development Media International Ministry of Health, Ghana University of Connecticut
Devices and Tools Global Program Mississippi State University University of Nairobi
Drugs for Neglected Diseases Initiative Muso USAID Bureau for Global Health
Engility Corp Newborn and Child Health USAID Office of Foreign Disaster Assistance
Engineers without Borders: Portland Maine Professionals Open Road Alliance USDA
Famine Early Warning Systems Network Oregon Health Authority WHO
FANTA Palladium World Bank
Feed the Future Partnering for Innovation Pan American Health Organization World Food Program
FeverBee Park One Health Alliance