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Louisville, Kentucky Wayside Christian Mission: Net Assets $27,770,565 Compensation: Rev Timothy H Moseley - $ 132,000 President/CEO? Or Tina Moseley - COO? www.charitynavigator.org/index.cfm?bay=search.summary&amp... REVENUE Contributions Contributions, Gifts & Grants $1,865,499 Federated Campaigns $18,088 Membership Dues $0 Fundraising Events $50,823 Related Organizations$0 Government Grants $571,625 Total Contributions $2,506,035 Program Service Revenue $1,691,801 Total Primary Revenue $4,197,836 Other Revenue $2,458,180 TOTAL REVENUE $6,656,016 EXPENSES Program Expenses $4,758,348 Administrative Expenses $282,822 Fundraising Expenses $125,786 TOTAL FUNCTIONAL EXPENSES $5,166,956 Payments to Affiliates $0 Excess (or Deficit) for the year $1,489,060 Net Assets $27,770,565 Back to Top ▲ Financial Charts Contributions Breakdown (FYE 09/2015) Contributions, Gifts & Grants Federated Campaigns Fundraising Events Government Grants 22.8% 74.4% SourceDollars Contributions, Gifts & Grants$1,865,499 Federated Campaigns$18,088 Fundraising Events$50,823 Government Grants$571,625 Expenses Breakdown (FYE 09/2015) Program Administrative Fundraising 92.1% ExpenseDollars Program$4,758,348 Administrative$282,822 Fundraising$125,786 Revenue/Expenses Trend Program Expenses Primary Revenue YearProgram ExpensesPrimary Revenue 2012$4,305,170$5,166,291 2013$4,604,606$4,618,997 2014$5,209,317$5,354,366 2015$4,758,348$4,197,836 Back to Top ▲ Compensation of Leaders (FYE 09/2015) Compensation% of ExpensesPaid toTitle $132,0002.55%Rev Timothy H MoseleyPresident/CEO Back to Top ▲ Mission The purpose of the Wayside Christian Mission is to respond to human need of the poor and homeless by providing temporary housing, shelter, food, clothing, nurturing, spiritual and social enrichment. We also provide support services and skills that would permit and encourage a return to a state of self sufficiency so that human dignity can be restored and the love of God can be shared. Charity Contact Info Wayside Christian Mission 120 West Broadway Louisville, KY 40202 tel: (502) 742-6166 EIN: 61-0667139 Mail donations to: P.O. Box 7249 Louisville, KY 40257 Visit Web Site Board Leadership Rev. Timothy H. Moseley President CEO Rev. Timothy H. Moseley Chief Executive Officer moxietalk.com/episodes/nina-moseley/ Episode 186. Nina Moseley – Chief Operating Officer, Wayside Christian Mission When Nina Moseley talks about her work helping those in poverty, her eyes light up with hope and her enthusiasm fills the room. Since 1988, Moseley has been the chief operating officer of Wayside Christian Mission. The organization helps Louisville’s homeless population “not with a hand-out, but with a hand up.” The organization has grown from an overnight shelter for the homeless, to a center for hope with education and skills training as well. Along the way, they’ve taken on the city, enlisted HUD and the Louisville community at large. Moseley traded in a career in finance and collections at local department stores to take the leap into the unknown at Wayside. She met her husband there, and has contributed to many lives turning around. Moseley earned her J.D. from U of L’s Brandeis School of Law in 1999, and is a member of the Board of the Coalition for the Homeless, a board member and past president of Metrobon Kiwanis Club, and a past board member of the Flaget Alumni Association. She has been a licensed member of the Kentucky Bar, Indiana Bar, and Arkansas Bar. Moseley was also the recipient of the Leadership Award from Mercy Academy, as well as the Spirit of Flaget Award. In 2011, she and her husband were honored with the Blanche B. Ottenheimer Award for going above and beyond to improve life in the Louisville community. moxietalk.com/episodes/nina-moseley/ www.waysidechristianmission.org/Wayside_Staff.php wcm1.weebly.com/meet-charlie-koch.html Meet the Tireless Charlie Koch! For twenty-six years, Charlie Koch has led a Bible study at Wayside Christian Mission. At eighty-four, his busy lifestyle bespeaks of someone much younger, but Charlie Koch was never one to pursue idleness. he is on a mission to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ with anyone who will listen. His trademarks: a powerful voice, a heavily- marked Bible, and the ever-present bag of candy, attract women and men in our shelter to his weekly study. "I never know who is coming," explained Charlie, "but I khnow God will send people who need to hear the message". He treats everyone like they are family -- an attribute that explains why he is so well liked in the Mission. By the way, Charlie and his wife belong to Southeast Christian Church. May the Lord give Charlie another twenty-six years of Ministry at Wayside Christian Mission. wcm1.weebly.com/meet-charlie-koch.html Wayside Christian Mission loses part of emergency shelter to make way for renovation Posted: Jul 11, 2014 11:39 AM EDT Updated: Jul 11, 2014 5:49 PM EDT LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Wayside Christian Mission is losing part of its emergency shelter on Jefferson Street -- but neither the shelter, nor the hundreds of people who live there are complaining. It's all part of the Ohio River Bridges Project. Wayside is losing the west wing of the shelter, but gaining an $11.5 million upgrade. The renovation started several months ago. The shelter is paying for part of the renovation with more than $10 million from the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. The Cabinet purchased the west side of the shelter to make way for an entrance ramp for the bridges project. Meanwhile, the renovation will allow Wayside to nearly double in size. The new wayside will include more beds and a much needed new kitchen. "We do have to demolish a portion of our emergency shelter here, but we are going to be able to rebuild in the back as you can see," said Nina Moseley, of Wayside Christian Mission. "So it will actually be better for the folks. We will have more square footage per person here than we do right now. Right now it's like sardines when the shelter is full." Wayside still has to raise a portion of that money itself -- about $1.3 million. The project is scheduled to be finished by March of next year. Andy Barber is project manager for the Downtown Crossing, he says the Wayside land will be used for an entrance ramp. "It will take traffic coming off of Liberty and Muhammad Ali and get them up onto the interstate and send them to either 64 or 65 or 71," he said. "In Kentucky, in the Kennedy interchange, we acquired 24 parcels," Barber added. "And a parcel doesn't necessarily mean a full piece of property, but we had acquisitions." Copyright 2014 by WDRB News. All rights reserved. www.wdrb.com/story/25996523/wayside-christian-mission-los...



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