Creating a Social Program

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Creating a

Creating a Social Program
Axia College
HSM 240

It takes the collaboration of many different agencies and organizations to ensure that all U.S. citizens enjoy healthy and fruitful lives. Through these planned, ongoing collaborative efforts, available resources can be maximized to provide the greatest benefit and support for all of our communities. Disaster programs are particularly important in bringing stability back to families and allowing the affected communities to continue to thrive after the chaos of the initial trauma. The phrase ‘it takes a community to raise a child’ has been used to indicate that we all have to work together to raise productive, healthy children. The same proves true for our country
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Without allowing for overtime, as staff would be rotated to prevent overexertion, the total annual budget for staffing would be $307,200. No allowance is made for cleaning supplies and repair equipment as these are to be raised through in-kind donation of goods. Estimate is made of 500 families in need of baby supplies at $20 per person for this equipment comes to an estimate for this item of $10,000. Travel costs for staff and movement of equipment to the site is estimated at $40,000 for a vehicle, and gas up to $500. Shelter is to be provided in coordination with local agencies on site to lower the overall cost. Donation warehousing and business site location is estimated at $200,000 per year. $25,000 per family will be garnered for each family that does not have adequate insurance to help them recover. At 500 families, this benefit would cost $12,500,000. This insurance benefit would be held in a revolving loan program that would help individuals in future disasters. These line items total a budget of $13,057,700. Ongoing donations and grants will be sought to fund the program. All donations and grants would be managed in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and filings made in compliance with all state, local and federal regulations. These filings include the annual, publically available, federal IRS form 990. If the organization failed to survive, grants and donations that remain would

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