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					Central Missouri
Humane Society


       Our Challenges:
       From A to Zootoo
History of CMHS

The Columbia Humane Society was formed by
  concerned citizens outraged by the drowning and
  clubbing to death of stray animals in the community.
 1943 Columbia Humane Society formed
 1968 Recognized as a non-profit
 1968 Renamed the Central Missouri Humane
  Society
 1976 New shelter built at 616 Big Bear Blvd
 1988 Building addition to house more kennels
Our Mission and Vision

The Central Missouri Humane Society (CMHS) is a
  private, non-profit organization founded in 1943 to
  prevent cruelty to and alleviate the suffering of all
  animals. We are committed to responsible pet
  ownership and elevating the welfare of all animals
  through our adoption, education, and intervention
  programs.

The Central Missouri Humane Society envisions a time
  when no animal is homeless or neglected.
The Perfect Storm

   Chronic lack of leadership within the shelter
   Staff empowerment minimal
   Building in disrepair
   Shelter programs not thriving
   Severe lack of funding
   Weak commitment to saving lives
   New work chart and positions put in place
CMHS Financial Woes

Trying to do much with too little, CMHS
  operated in a deficit for several years.

YEAR        DEFICIT
2005        $127,000
2006        $248,000
2007        $ 98,823
 By the numbers 2005 to 2008
Budget Item s             2005               2006               2007               2008
Cotnracted Services   $     104,172      $     110,748      $     122,956      $     142,830
Shelter Income        $     202,259      $     222,597      $     220,095      $     277,655
Veterinary Income     $      13,626      $      41,584      $      54,729      $      86,084
Donations             $     104,172      $     110,748      $     261,989      $     268,731      96% increase over 2005
Grants                $          2,835   $          1,000   $      17,000      $          2,645
Development           $      47,534      $      52,065      $      61,672      $     107,002
PR/Fundraising        $          7,953   $      19,523      $      15,903      $      76,892
Investment Income     $          7,778   $      31,559      $          6,742   $          2,837
                      $     490,329      $     589,824      $     761,086      $     964,676


Budget Item s         $          2,005   $          2,006   $          2,007   $          2,008
Adoption Expense      $          7,405   $          8,415   $      19,223      $      17,955
Animal Care           $      12,705      $      21,798      $      24,060      $      27,112      44% increase over 2005
Board Expense         $          4,627   $          4,205   $            27    $          1,284
Building Occupancy    $      37,600      $      46,922      $      35,458      $      39,757
Development Expense   $      22,464      $      43,219      $      20,526      $      26,289
Shelter Operations    $      19,527      $      24,814      $      25,496      $      22,646
Personnel             $     333,861      $     452,390      $     474,750      $     487,352
Personnel Fees        $      87,297      $     115,538      $     137,738      $     114,174
Professional          $      14,326      $      19,043      $      21,780      $      16,495
PR/Fundraising        $          2,797   $          3,807   $          1,408   $      24,036
Vehicle Expense       $          4,730   $          5,378   $          3,084   $          2,972
Veterinary Supplies   $      69,899      $      91,942      $      96,359      $     108,894
                      $     617,238      $     837,471      $     859,909      $     888,966
                      $   126,909.00     $     247,647      $      98,823      $      75,710
The Recovery Plan 2008

PHASE I
 Seek assistance
     –   SCORE analysis
     –   MU Image and comparative studies
   Reduce expenses
     –   Close 2 days every week, reduce hours
     –   Leave shelter operations position vacant
     –   Ask employees to pay partial premium for health
   Consider the mission
     –   Open door vs. closed door
     –   Mandatory fee
     –   Geography, clients, adoptability
     –   Alerting donors and the community
   Identify Resources
     –   Municipal contract value
     –   Donor development and large scale events
Seeds for Success
   Collaborative voucher program between CMHS and the
    City of Columbia to sterilize pets
   Inspiring donor and community support through the media
    –   Increase in donations
    –   Third-party fundraising
    –   Zootoo shelter makeover
   CMHS Friends for Animals (CFA)
    –   Works under our 501 (c) 3
    –   Has their own website and steering committee
    –   Holds large scale events
    –   Sponsors donor luncheons to present development programs
   Able to meet our budgetary needs for 2008
   Entered the contest for a Zootoo.com Makeover
State of the Shelter 2009


What is the mission?
Where does the money go?
Where does it come from?
What’s Phase II for CMHS?
How can you help?
The Mission in Action
   We never turn an animal away!
   Adoption, foster care, rescue programs
     –   Collaboration with Columbia Second Chance and other local groups
     –   Sends animals nationwide to adopters and to rescues.
     –   Volunteer and humane education programs
   Partnerships with the MU Veterinary School
     –   Walk a Hound, Lose a Pound
     –   Senior Pets for Senior Partners
     –   CPE exams and spay/neuter by students
   Lost and found
   Low-cost, low-income veterinary services
     –   Spay and neuters
     –   Vaccinations
     –   Micro-chipping
Budget Information

   Total budget is $876,500 for 2008
    –   Produced through Budget committee using
        expense and income history and current year
        projections
    –   Correlates to the number of animals received
    –   Reduced from $938,114 last year
    –   Three budget expense categories; administration,
        programs, operations.
Budget Expense Categories


                  20%
28%

                        Administration
                        Programs
                        Operations



            52%
Administrative Expenses $173,400

              2%
             1%
       12%         1%2%         Board Expense
                                Admin Support
10%
                                Personnel
                                Personnel Fees
                                Professional Fees
                                Development
 14%                      58%   Fundraising
                                Vehicle
                                            Progams


Program Expenses $454,455


                 14%
 5%
                                                                             Veterinary
5%
                                                             50%             Adoption
                                                                             Volunteer/Humane Ed
                                                                             Foster/Rescue
                                                                             Personnel Fees
         26%



     Our Veterinary department is our largest program expense costing CMHS over $220,000
     each year. Our veterinarians spayed or neutered more than 4,000 dogs and cats last year.
     The also invest hundreds of hours each year in treating sick and injured shelter animals.
Operational Expenses $248,645


      12%   12%

                   18%   Animal Care
                         Building Occupancy
                         Shelter
                         Personnel
                         Personnel Fees
                  8%
50%
Projected Income for 2009


                      6%      0%               18%                          Contracted Services
     15%                                                                    Shelter Income
2%                                                                          Veterinary Income
                                                                            Donations
                                                                            Grants
                                                                            Development
15%                                                     34%                 Fundraising
                  10%                                                       Investments



     Shelter income consists mainly of adoption fees and other fees collected for services.
     Development income includes a projected gift of $50,000 from our friends group-CFA
Donation Details

                  3%
               0%
      10%                  1%              15%                     Court Order
                                                      2%           Bequests
                                                                   Snoopy Boxes
                                                                   MSECC
                                                                   Goodwill
                                                          15%      In Honor
                                                                   TLC Fund
    54%                                                            Misc


 Unsolicited or goodwill donations is the largest category here.
Planning the Future of CMHS

   We’ve discussed the following:
    –   History of CMHS
    –   Challenges for the past three years
    –   Recovery plan (Phase I) and the seeds we
        planted for future success
    –   The mission, vision and budget
   What does the future hold?
Phase II begins

   Organizational Improvements
     – Further analysis of MU studies
     – Strategic planning with Board of Directors
     – Transfer existing staff person into Shelter Operations role
     – Clearly define Executive Director relationships and role
     – Review of adoption policies
     – Step-up efforts to increase adoptions and decrease
       euthanasia
Phase II begins

   Secure CMHS Financial Future
     – Negotiate 2010 AC contract
     – Propose 2010 program for Municipal Shelter Services to
       City of Columbia
     – Increase the number of contracts with other municipalities
     – Affirm CFA’s role in fundraising and development
     – Replenish financial reserves with one year’s operating funds
CMHS wins                                                        makeover!

                                             Amanda Huhman and Libby Burkes found
                                              the contest in the back of a magazine.
                                             They started 4 months behind the other
                                              shelters in 859th place with about 9
                                              affiliates.
                                             Grassroots movement really works! CMHS
                                              now has 11,864 affiliates and a Zootoo
                                              Fan Club.
                                             CMHS has received $20,000 total from our
 Photo of Amanda and Libby in blue for
Zootoo taken by Traptlight Photography.
                                              participation in the contest.
                                             You can teach an old executive director
                                              new tricks!
CMHS wins                      makeover!

            Our shelter just
            won a MILLION
             DOLLARS!          Oh NO..
                               we didn’t!
Operation
   A two-part challenge to makeover the Central Missouri Humane
    Society and establish financial support from the community to
    operate the shelter.
    –   Physical Makeover
            CMHS project committee will over see those participating in
             the shelter makeover
            Shelter plans designed for two phases; Zootoo.com makeover
             and capital campaign renovation
            Improving the quality of life for our shelter animals will have
             high priority
            We will need a variety of donated or discounted goods and
             services.
Operation

 –   Financial Makeover
         Fulfill the Operation Zootoo pledge by raising or donating $100
         Decorate a wall tile to be used in the makeover
         To meet our financial goals, no funds can be earmarked for
          building renovations at this time.
          Goal #1   Meet monthly expenses
          Goal #2   Replenish cash reserves ~ $900,000
                                                         In honor of our
          Goal #3   Plan and execute capital campaign
                                                              cat, Tiger
CMHS needs your support
   Join CMHS Friends for Animals (CFA)
    –   Help secure funds through donor development, grants, and large-
        scale fundraisers.
    –   Spread the CMHS message through donor luncheons and
        marketing activities.
    –   Promote Operation Zootoo-assist Board in seeking goods and
        services.
   Join the CMHS volunteer group
    –   Help host a variety of friend and fundraisers
    –   Work directly with the animals
    –   Help with other shelter duties inside the shelter and out.
    –   Promote Operation Zootoo- assist shelter personnel with physical
        challenges of the makeover
Make the Pledge!

           You are powerful!
 You can make wonderful things happen!
     You can revitalize our shelter!


      10,000 of you X $100 =


     ONE MILLION
      DOLLARS!                           The Chipster- adopted 2007

				
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