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The financials demonstrate organizational efficiency combining with highly effective programs to yield great impact — 92% average to program goods and services to the troops, their spouses, and their kids 2007-2012.

The financials demonstrate organizational efficiency combining with highly effective programs to yield great impact — 92% average to program goods and services to the troops, their spouses, and their kids 2007-2012. On behalf of the active duty troops and their families we thank the American people and patriotic American companies for their support which was clearly evident in 2012. Support Our Troops delivered over 98% percent of its resources to program goods and services for the troops, their spouses, and their kids.

2013 Snapshot

 
     
Programs (p. 10, ln. 25b) $17,364,173   2013 chart snapshot
Administrative (p. 10, ln. 25c) $157,864  
Fundraising (p. 10, ln. 25d) $21,499  
     
     
     

 

Five Year Trend (2009-2013)

 
     
Programs (p. 10, ln. 25b)     5 year trend 2009-2013
Administrative (p10, ln. 25c)    
     
     
     
     
     

 


2012 Snapshot

 
     
Programs (p. 10, ln. 25b) $21,406,344   2012-chart-snapshot
Administrative (p. 10, ln. 25c) $122,461  
Fundraising (p. 10, ln. 25d) $21,499  
     
     
     

 

 

Calendar Year 2012

Form 990 and Audited Financial Statements
Revenue | Expenses

Prior Year

Current Year

2011-Form-990
     
Total Revenue (p.1, ln. 12) $20,665,387 $18,213,267
Programs (p. 10, ln. 25b) $23,891,087 $21,406,344
Administrative (p. 10, ln. 25c) $169,712 $122,461
Fundraising (p. 10, ln. 25d) $5,877 $21,499
Total Expenses (p. 1, ln. 18) $24,066,676 $21,550,304
     

 

Form 990 and Audited Financial Statements
Assets | LiabilitiesBeginningEnding 2012-asset-liab
     
Total Assets (p1, ln. 20) $6,401,792 $3,065,501
Total Liabilities (p. 1, ln. 21) $1,388,019 $1,075,237
Net Assets (p.1, ln. 22) $5,013,773 $1,990,264
     
     
     

2011 Snapshot

 
     
Programs (p. 10, ln. 25b) $23,891,000   2011-chart-snapshot
Administrative (p. 10, ln. 25c) $169,712  
Fundraising (p. 10, ln. 25d) $5,877  
     
     
     

2011 Annual Report

 
View or Download the Support Our Troops® 2011 Annual Report (10.5MB)  

Calendar Year 2011

Form 990 and Audited Financial Statements
Revenue | Expenses

Prior Year

Current Year

2011-Form-990
     
Total Revenue (p.1, ln. 12) $13,519,703 $20,665,387
Programs (p. 10, ln. 25b) $12,693,290 $23,891,087
Administrative (p. 10, ln. 25c) $214,512 $169,712
Fundraising (p. 10, ln. 25d) $7,670 $5,877
Total Expenses (p. 1, ln. 18) $12,915,472 $24,066,676
     

 

Form 990 and Audited Financial Statements
Assets | LiabilitiesBeginningEnding 2011-asset-liab
     
Total Assets (p1, ln. 20) $9,697,542 $6,401,792
Total Liabilities (p. 1, ln. 21) $1,282,480 $1,388,019
Net Assets (p.1, ln. 22) $8,415,062 $5,013,773
     
     
     

Calendar Year 2010

Form 990 and Audited Financial Statements
Revenue | Expenses

Prior Year

Current Year

2010-Form-990
     
Total Revenue (p.1, ln. 12) $10,931,290 $13,519,703
Programs (p. 10, ln. 25b) $7,336,984 $12,693,290
Administrative (p. 10, ln. 25c) $140,439 $214,512
Fundraising (p. 10, ln. 25d) $2,524 $7,670
Total Expenses (p. 1, ln. 18) $7,479,947 $12,915,472
     

 

Form 990 and Audited Financial Statements
Assets | LiabilitiesBeginningEnding 2010-asset-liab-lg
     
Total Assets (p1, ln. 20) $9,004,474 $9,697,542
Total Liabilities (p. 1, ln. 21) $1,193,643 $1,282,480
Net Assets (p.1, ln. 22) $7,810,831 $8,415,0623
     
     
     

Calendar Year 2009

Form 990 and Audited Financial Statements
Revenue | Expenses

Prior Year

Current Year

2009-Form-990-lg
     
Total Revenue (p.1, ln. 12) $6,979,605 $10,931,290
Programs (p. 10, ln. 25b) $6,441,579 $7,336,984
Administrative (p. 10, ln. 25c) $190,503 $140,439
Fundraising (p. 10, ln. 25d) $41,612 $2,524
Total Expenses (p. 1, ln. 18) $6,673,694 $7,479,947
     

 

Form 990 and Audited Financial Statements
Assets | LiabilitiesBeginningEnding 2009-Form-990-lg
     
Total Assets (p1, ln. 20) $5,616,231 $9,004,474
Total Liabilities (p. 1, ln. 21) $1,256,743 $1,193,643
Net Assets (p.1, ln. 22) $4,359,488 $7,810,831
     
     
     

Calendar Year 2008

Form 990 and Audited Financial Statements
Revenue | Expenses

 

Current Year

2008-Form-990-lg
     
Total Revenue (p.1, ln. 12)   $6,979,605
Programs (p. 10, ln. 25b)   $6,441,579
Administrative (p. 10, ln. 25c)   $190,503
Fundraising (p. 10, ln. 25d)   $41,612
Total Expenses (p. 1, ln. 18)   $6,673,694
     

 

Form 990 and Audited Financial Statements
Assets | LiabilitiesBeginningEnding 2008-asset-liab-lg
     
Total Assets (p1, ln. 20) $4,969,705 $5,616,231
Total Liabilities (p. 1, ln. 21) $916,703 $1,256,743
Net Assets (p.1, ln. 22) $4,053,002 $4,359,488
     
     
     

Notes:

  1. In the above charts and tables, the following terms have the following meanings:
    • Programs -- this is what goes to our programs for the troops and their families.
    • Administrative -- this pays for the behind the scenes work that makes it all happen and without which it is not possible.
    • Fundraising -- this is it takes to get the money to do both of the above and in the end deliver all these awesome programs.
  2. A printed copy of the following documents are available by US Mail upon proper written request to Support Our Troops, Inc. for the years presented:
    • Form 990
    • Audited Financial Statement
  3. The financials are reported and presented on the accrual basis of accounting.
  4. Page and line citations refer to Form 990 positions from which displayed data is drawn.
  5. Assets first rise and then decline annually because this is a 501(c)(3) public benefit charity, not a foundation. Foundations accumulate assets in order to periodically disgorge the earnings. Charities passed them through to their beneficiaries via their programs. When a charity's assets rise it means good people and good companies are moving assets into the Organization to be used for its programs. When the charity's assets decline it shows they are being moved into the programs benefiting the Organization's beneficiaries in the ratios shown.

The record of growth of Support Our Troops® results from successful execution of a sound business plan built upon strong fundamentals and financial acumen. Looking to the future we will continue to build upon those same principles to maximize charitable revenue from existing centers, while leveraging our expertise to identify additional charitable revenue opportunities so that we can do the maximum amount of good for the troops and their families. The stage continues to be set for stable, long term success and service. We are uniquely positioned and enjoy significant visibility and financial stability and growth due to the sound business model we put in place and continue to steadfastly execute. Continuing this approach will enhance operations and further position SupportOurTroops.Org for exceptional long term service to America's amazing troops and their families.

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