Being a non-profit means we offer services that earn no profit, serve those who could not otherwise afford, and according to need or necessity retain a program/activity, even if it falls short financially.
Being a non-profit means we exist solely for the benefit of the people we serve.
Being a non-profit means we are not revenue driven as we have no stockholders to satisfy. Revenue remaining after expenses is re-invested back into programs and services.
Being non-profit means that our revenue comes from a combination of government, private and charitable sources and fund raising.
Being non-profit means that the Board of Directors, the sole governing body of The Council that execute its strategic vision, determine policies, manage and supervise its business affairs, make major financial planning decisions, and oversee the paid employees of The Council is voluntary—serves without pay.