Interfaith Outreach & Community Partners
The mission of IOCP is to engage the heart and will of the community to respond to emergency needs and create opportunities for all to thrive.
Review Completed: 9/26/2013
1605 County Road 101 N
Plymouth, MN 55447
||LaDonna Hoy, Executive Director
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Tags / Keywords
Housing & Homelessness, Children & Families, Hunger
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Most Recent 990
Most Recent Audit
FY 13 was a year of significant growth in program, partnerships, and organizational capacity building toward the goal of heightening community impact:
1) 1,777 households were provided services, a 6% increase over FY 12.
2) 1,365 households received brief or extended case management services.
3) 729 students received school supplies; 637 families received holiday gifts.
4) 693,720 pounds of food were distributed to 4,250 individuals, 40% of whom were children.
5) The Caring for Kids Initiative provided 152 pre-school children of low-income families scholarships for quality early childhood care and education, and 230 parents of preschoolers multiple family support services. 100% of the children entering kindergarten served by CfKI were assessed kindergarten ready by the Wayzata School District.
6) 178 individuals were provided employment services; 73 jobs were secured at an average wage for full-time employment of $15.37. Partnerships with Hennepin Tech, the Hennepin County Work Force Center, the DEED program have expanded capacity for employment training, and networking of IOCP clients.
7) CONECT, an outreach to residents of 7 multi-unit apartment neighborhoods comprised of 700 units, provided on site homework help to 218 children, a summer camp for 170 school-age children, dinners and informal support networks, and strong links with multiple community resources available to residents of those neighborhoods.
8) Senior service providers were convened to assess and create a plan for providing senior services focused on health and nutrition, transportation and community connection. The plan will be finalized in October 2013.
1) Create and resource a staffing structure to effectively advance IOCP fundraising capacity
2) Increase organizational capacity for managing program and operational growth, leveraging partnerships, and heightening community impact
3) Upgrade information systems to more effectively analyze trends, evaluate programs, and track outcomes
4) Structure for building a strong organizational bench and succession planning
Community or Constituency Served
low-income families, children, and individuals in eight west suburban communities of the Twin Cities.
Geographic Area Served
Hamel, Long Lake, Medicine Lake, Medina, Minnetonka Beach, Orono, Plymouth and Wayzata
Impact and Programs
3 Year Average Expenses
Unrestricted Net Assets
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|Based on information provided on 2011 to 2013