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COLL 148 Professor Murray February 21, 2005 Final Presentation CPC Services Ansley House - Transportation Problem Team Pentagon John S, Chris J., Mike M., Jennifer S.
Mission Statement Operated by CPC Services, a non-profit agency, Ansley House is a residential/educational facility for individuals with physical limitations. Our mission is to provide an enriched and integrated living and learning environment that responds to the needs of the whole person. It develops the skills necessary to live a balanced lifestyle through education, group home living, the development and appreciation of spirituality and culture, and the promotion of personal growth and self-esteem.
Ansley House Transportation Problem Vehicles used to transport residents and staff are beyond repair. Current annual budget of $10,000.00 is not enough to maintain vehicles. 90 days to replace current vehicles and implement a new transportation plan.
ANSLEY HOUSE FINANCE COMMITTEE MEETING CPC MANAGEMENT MUST ACT QUICKLY!!!
Team LeaderField of Research John S.Fundraising Chris J.Leasing and Purchasing Mike M.Public Transportation Jennifer S.Grants/Endowments
PROSCONS An Ansley House Website and Information Flyer will create public awareness and interest in helping Ansley House residents It will take some time for the public to learn about Ansley House and they may not be interested in making donations to support the services provided to the residents of Ansley House. Contributors can make donations from the comfort of their own homes Donations projected at $100.00 per day which will assist in meeting Ansley House Transportation expenses as well as help with other expenses. John S. - Fundraising
Chris J. – Vehicle Leasing/Purchase PROSCONS Immediately solves the Ansley House Transportation Problem New Vehicle cost exceeds yearly Budget Insurance and Maintenance expenses are high and fluctuate from year to year Special Class D License Required to operate New Vehicle
Mike M. – Public Transportation PROSCONS Most Affordable Solution to Ansley House Transportation Problems Residents must file for their own metrocards and must wait for it to arrive in the mail – this will take weeks before all residents receive their cards Ansley House Residents will enjoy a newfound sense of independence, riding the trains and buses to and from the center Much harder to organize activities and field trips using Public Transportation due to scheduling and ticketing issues.
Jennifer S. – Grants/Endowments PROSCONS Funds received from Grants/Endowments would assist with Purchasing New Vehicle, Insurance and Maintenance expense Any Delay in receiving Grants/Endowments may exceed the 90 Day Deadline for vehicle replacement causing great inconvenience and hardship for Ansley House Residents and Staff. Funds received from Grants/Endowments allows Ansley House to Partner with reputable Charitable Organizations and have access to financial and other resources to support future growth and expansion of services offered by Ansley House Absolute Denial of Request for Grants/Endowments by Charitable Organizations.
DATEChrisJohnMikeJenniferGroup 02-01-06 WEEK 1 NEW VEHICLE 2 WEEKS FUNDRAISING 2 WEEKS PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION 2 WEEKS GRANTS ENDOWMENTS 6 WEEKS ELECTS TEAM LEADERS 02-10-06 WEEK 2 PROS CONS T-CHART PROS CONS T-CHART PROS CONS T-CHART PROS CONS T-CHART PROS CONS T-CHART REPORT 02-17-06 WEEK 3 TEAM LEADER IMPLEMENTS DECISION 02-24-06 WEEK 4 NEW VEHICLE ACQUISITION PROGRESS REPORT FUNDRAISING PROGRESS REPORT PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION PROGRESS REPORT GRANTS ENDOWMENTS PROGRESS REPORT PROGRESS REPORTS 03-03-06 WEEK 5 NEW VEHICLE ACQUISITION REPORT FUNDRAISING PROGRESS REPORT PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION PROGRESS REPORT GRANTS ENDOWMENTS REPORT PROGRESS REPORTS CREATING AN IMPLEMENTATION PLAN – PERT CHART
Develop and Sustain public awareness of Ansley House Mission and Goals through the development of an Informational Flyer strategically distributed within the Ansley House immediate geographic and later through the use if Mailing Lists. Use Web/Internet based capabilities to deliver updates on Ansley House activities and more importantly facilitate online Donations. Cost Informational Flyer - $0.00/Donated by Neighborhood Printer Web Page Development and Maintenance - $0.00 – Diaz Inc. Electronic Processing of Donations – 5% deducted at time of Transcation/PayPal John - Fundraising
Chris – Vehicle Leasing/Purchase Purchase of Customized Bus with Wheelchair Ramp, Flexible Seating, Climate Control Cost $40,000.00 5% Downpayment - $2000.00 Monthly Installment - $1266.00 over 60 months. Insurance, Fuel and Maintenance inclusive.
Mike – Public Transportation Provides a Back-up for the Transportation needs of Ansley House Residents
Stephanie – Grants/Endowments Identified and Contacted Charitable Organizations that support Ansley Houses Mission and secured Short, Medium and Long Term Financial and Other Resources. Short to Medium Term Secured a $2000.00 Monthly Grant from Variety – The Childrens Charity of New York Long Term Commitment from Ronald McDonald House Charities for Technical and Financial Support for expansion of Ansley House Programs.