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Seeking Director of Volunteer and
Community Services

Do you fall asleep at night dreaming of a community laboratory to design and build high impact, creative social services and programs for the aging population? Do you have ideas about how to leverage community assets as a method itself for enhancing social engagement, mental acuity, and physical fitness among older citizens? Do you think of volunteerism as a central program pillar to improve services, programs and outcomes? If so, we want to meet you . . .

Click here to read the full announcement for the new Director of Volunteer
and Community Services.

CHV Audit Shows Solid Foundation, Sound Stewardship

At its March 10 meeting, the Capitol Hill Village’s Board of Directors officially accepted and approved the completed fiscal year 2014 audit report. I am pleased to share with our members, donors, volunteers, and other friends that CHV received a “clean audit” for the second year in a row.

The audit, by Thomas Jenkins & Company, reveals an organization that, despite its relative youth and size, is on firm financial ground and evidences sound stewardship by its administrative staff, the finance committee, and its Board of Directors. Here are some highlights of the audit and of recent operations:

• Even with infrastructure investments, some increase in payroll, and significant enhancement of organizational insurance coverage, CHV closed Fiscal Year 2014 (October 1, 2013, to September 30, 2014) with an excess of $45,000 in revenue over expenses, very much on par with FY 2013 results.

• Again, somewhat remarkably for a not-for-profit of its size, at the close of FY 2014, CHV had more than $443,000 in net assets, split almost evenly between the Capitol Hill Village Endowment Trust and the “regular” operating and reserve accounts. Stated in other terms, CHV had approximately eight months of working capital, exclusive of funds in the endowment. This situation provides comforting assurance that CHV could continue to meet its members’ needs, even in the face of some potential future decline in membership and philanthropic revenue.

Click here to read more about the audit, along with an Introduction to Molly Singer, the new Interim Director in the April 2015 Capitol Hill Village News.

Thank you to our 2015 Gala sponsors! Click this link to see them.

The Capitol Hill Village CFC number is 55474

Contributing to Capitol Hill Village just makes common sense; it's an investment for a more livable community and a personal investment in our own future well-being

CHV is proud to have been selected for the 2011-2012 Catalog for Philanthropy

The Capitol Hill Village United Way number is 8066

Valuable Benefit for CHV Members!
CHV Partners with RESULTS the GYM.
Starting October 1, CHV members (subject to validation)
will receive a 25 percent discount on
Results membership fees.
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Contact us: 202-543-1778 | info@capitolhillvillage.org
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