The Rhode Island Community Food Bank is a registered 501c(3) non-profit organization. Our tax identification number is 05-0395601. We encourage you to review our most recent financials our annual report. If you have any questions regarding financial accountability, please contact Chief Financial Officer Christine Cannata at email@example.com.
Recent Financial Statements
Recent Annual Reports
Sources of Public Support and Revenue
The Food Bank is funded primarily by gifts from individuals, corporate donations and foundation grants.
The chart below demonstrates that the value of donated food represents 55% of the Food Bank's total public support and revenue for fiscal year 2013. The next largest source of funding is individual contributions, which accounts for 19%. Corporate and foundation grants contribute 9%, and corporate and organizational contributions (non-grant) account for an additional 5% of funding.Government funding accounts for just 3% of the operating budget.
The following chart shows that 89% of the Food Bank's expenditures in fiscal year 2013 were allocated toward the acquisition and distribution of food to people in need. Expenses for the Food Bank's Kids Cafe program, which provides after-school meals to children in low-income communities, accounted for 3% of expenses. One percent of expenses supported the Food Bank's Community Kitchen, a culinary job training program for low-income and unemployed adults. Fundraising expenses were held to 7%, and administrative and general expenses were 5% of total expenditures.