Grillo Health Information Center – 2012 Expense Budget
For a budget of only $66,000, the Grillo Health Information Center is able to train and oversee 30 volunteer health researchers, provide community education and outreach, and offer the community a minimum of six high quality lecture/forums (Stahl Lecture Series).
Our patrons may meet with a volunteer one-on-one, email questions, or call in their questions. After a question has been researched the Grillo Health Information Center has health professionals review each question before sending back to the patron for quality control.
Grillo Health information Center is an independent 501c3 tax-exempt non-profit organization completely dependent upon donations from the public (individual, corporations, and grants).
|Books, Subscriptions, Reference||700.00|
|Conference, Convention, Meeting||100.00|
|Equip Rental and Maintenance||500.00|
(Stahl Lecture Series)
|Insurance Non-Employee Related||1,000.00|
|Outside Computer Services||1,000.00|
|Postage & Shipping||300.00|
|Printing and Copying||700.00|
|Stahl Health Series||6,000.00|
|Community Health Fairs||2,000.00|
|It,Website,Programing,DB — 2,400.00|
|Rent,Parking,Other Occupancy — 9,000.00|
|Utilities — 600.00|
|Total In-Kind Expenses||12,000.00|
|Total Program Services||59,500.00|
|Management & Administration||6,000.00|
|Total Supporting Services||7,000.00|
It takes six hours to train new researchers. The average research request takes 3.5 hours.
True cost of Researchers per market rates, including training, supervision, program coordination, service delivery and quality control: 40 hours per week X $75.00/hr X 50 weeks = $150,000.00 Budget