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Get Creative! Tapping Into Alternative Funding Sources for Camps May 22, 2012 Natasha Dresner Get Creative! Tapping Into Alternative Funding Sources for Camps May 22, 2012 Natasha Dresner Mentor Grinspoon Institute for Jewish Philanthropy

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What’s Today All About? § Presentations § Other ideas § Resources § Q&A 3 What’s Today All About? § Presentations § Other ideas § Resources § Q&A 3

Habonim Dror Camp Moshava – Street, MD Gene Meyer President Rick Glaser Vice-President for Habonim Dror Camp Moshava – Street, MD Gene Meyer President Rick Glaser Vice-President for Facilities 4

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Camp 6 Camp 6

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Master Plan 8 Master Plan 8

Cam Faci p litie s 9 Cam Faci p litie s 9

Conservation Easement Programs 1. County $ From Real Estate Transfer Taxes » Dried up Conservation Easement Programs 1. County $ From Real Estate Transfer Taxes » Dried up in recession 2. Maryland Department of Agriculture $ from Real Estate Transfer Taxes 3. Rural Legacy Program » Maryland General Assembly to the State’s Dept. of Natural Resources 10

Harford County, MD agricultural preservation program administrator presents Rural Legacy check for $1, 326, Harford County, MD agricultural preservation program administrator presents Rural Legacy check for $1, 326, 000 to Habonim Dror Camp Moshava 11

Challenges § Paperwork! » Proposals are lengthy and require backup documentation § Consider restrictions Challenges § Paperwork! » Proposals are lengthy and require backup documentation § Consider restrictions on future of camp » Received assurances we could continue our Master Plan § Can’t foretell the future » Will our successors rue this decision? 12

Ba t h. H ou s e 13 Ba t h. H ou s e 13

Lessons Learned § Needed staff (Executive Director) to complete applications § Apply early » Lessons Learned § Needed staff (Executive Director) to complete applications § Apply early » Additional money was available in a stronger economy § Pursue all possible options § Farmland Information Center » http: //www. farmlandinfo. org/ 14

Camp JORI – Wakefield, RI Michael Schuster Finance Committee Chair Rob Stolzman Board President Camp JORI – Wakefield, RI Michael Schuster Finance Committee Chair Rob Stolzman Board President 15

§ 1909 - Founded as the Jewish Orphanage of Rhode Island § 1937 - § 1909 - Founded as the Jewish Orphanage of Rhode Island § 1937 - Camp opened in Narragansett § 1943 - Orphanage closed § 1998 - ACA accreditation § 2003 - New camp facility opened in South Kingstown

JORI Almanac JORI’s mission is to provide a quality overnight Jewish camping experience, while JORI Almanac JORI’s mission is to provide a quality overnight Jewish camping experience, while holding true to our core values that “no child will be denied an opportunity to attend due to an inability to pay” and that the camp be affordable to full-paying families § § § Number children served: Budget: $ 1, 100, 000 Scholarship assistance: Endowment: $ 1, 300, 000 Assets: Land, Buildings, Infrastructure 400 $ 253, 000 $17, 200, 000

The Jewish Experience Jewish experience appeals to: • Reform • Conservative • Reconstructionists However, The Jewish Experience Jewish experience appeals to: • Reform • Conservative • Reconstructionists However, JORI is not exclusively Jewish: • interfaith • nonaffiliated • non Jewish children

Total Funds Raised RI Jewish Community Funds Raised Outside RI Jewish Community Spent $4. Total Funds Raised RI Jewish Community Funds Raised Outside RI Jewish Community Spent $4. 2 million $8. 2 million $3. 1 million New Camp Construction Sale Old Camp* $1. 5 million Endowment $1. 2 million Card’s Camp Profit from Operations $. 200 million Camp Operations $. 300 million Total $9. 3 million *Includes profit from sale of waterfront property

Funds Raised From Outside RI Jewish Community Champlin Foundations Weinberg Foundation Kresge Foundation RI Funds Raised From Outside RI Jewish Community Champlin Foundations Weinberg Foundation Kresge Foundation RI Clean Water Finance Bafflin Foundation US Department of Agriculture Other: Winter rental to Middlebridge School Other off season rentals Providence Rotary Corporate Gifts (CVS) Fogarty Foundation RI Foundation

Non-Traditional Fundraising § Strategic & master planning anticipated off season uses § Leverage Nature Non-Traditional Fundraising § Strategic & master planning anticipated off season uses § Leverage Nature Conservancy partnership and NC brand to seek environmental support § Leverage serving economically disadvantaged population. Stress scholarship support § Leverage disabled population § Aggressively look for eligible government programs § Stay connected to donors by reporting currency

JORI Successes 1995 -2011 Camp saved from closing 133% increase in enrollment Six-fold increase JORI Successes 1995 -2011 Camp saved from closing 133% increase in enrollment Six-fold increase in scholarship assistance Annual Campaign is up 250% Quality management process ACA accreditations Substantial enhancements in Jewish content Program improvements in athletics and the arts Record enrollment and record scholarships New camp opens on time to record enrollment

Other Ideas for Alternative Sources of Funding § Gifts in Kind § Local Community Other Ideas for Alternative Sources of Funding § Gifts in Kind § Local Community § Volunteers § How You Do Business § “Growing” your Board § Be Creative! ü Forest thinning ü e. Bay www. ebaygivingworks. com/nonprofit-info. html 23

Want To Connect Further? Gene Meyer President Habonim Dror Camp Moshava gene. meyer 64@gmail. Want To Connect Further? Gene Meyer President Habonim Dror Camp Moshava gene. meyer [email protected] com Rick Glaser Vice-President for Facilities Habonim Dror Camp Moshava [email protected] com 410 876 -2179 (work) Robert I. Stolzman, Esq. Board President Camp JORI [email protected] com Phone 401. 274. 7200 (work) Michael H. Schuster, J. D. , Ph. D. Finance Committee Chair Camp JORI [email protected] net 401 -789 -3498 (work) Natasha Dresner Mentor, Grinspoon Institute for Jewish Philanthropy [email protected] org 413 -439 -1961 24

Resources on our Knowledge Center § Webinar Archives – www. gijp. org/Webinars » Presentation Resources on our Knowledge Center § Webinar Archives – www. gijp. org/Webinars » Presentation and Recording of Today’s Webinar § How Was This Letter to Harold Grinspoon Different from Other Letters? !? (Includes link to Camp JORI Letter to Harold) » http: //gijp. org/Knowledge-Center/Fundraising/Cultivations-and. Stewardship/How-Was-This-Letter-to-Harold-Grinspoon-Different-from. Other-Letters. aspx § You can find additional resources on Fundraising, Governance, Strategic Planning, and Technology in our Knowledge Center » www. gijp. org/Knowledge. Center Google Group – Jewish Camp Professionals and Lay Leaders Share Expertise: https: //groups. google. com/group/jewishcamps

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