OCJP - (FVPSA)
OCJP – (SASP)
Housing and Urban Development (HUD)
Baptist Healing Trust Grant (BHT)
Unrestricted / General Donations
Victims Assistant Assessment
United Way of Maury County
Emergency Food and Shelter (EFSP)
Tennessee Bar Foundation - IOLTA
The TJX Foundation, Inc.
City of Columbia
Maury County Government
TN Coalition - PHHSBG
Community Foundation Grant Total support & revenue
Center of Hope uses the revenue based on requirements of the grants and needs of those we serve. Below is a general list of expenses Center of Hope incurs on a yearly basis.
Operating expenses cover the administrative salaries and benefits, as well as administrative office telephone systems, utilities and rent. It also covers insurance expenses, travel, office supplies and postage for administrative personal.
Program expenses cover our advocate’s salary, benefits, telephone lines, portion of utilities and rent as well as training and seminars, travel, crisis and language telephone lines. This also covers food, furnishings and maintenance to ensure our shelter and transitional housing units are adequate and comfortable, utilities for clients transitioning from the shelter into their own homes, fuel, public transportation, and counseling services.
Fundraising expenses cover the cost of our fundraising events.
Direct client benefit expenses cover the cost of money directly spent on the client. These expenses usually consist of filling prescriptions, gas for personal vehicle, retrieving personal documents, clothing, utility deposits and money for fleeing.
Center of Hope was founded in 1989 shortly after the Tennessee Coalition to End Domestic & Sexual Violence determined that there was a need for emergency shelter and counseling for victims of domestic violence in Maury County.
Beginning as a grassroots movement in Columbia, Maury County’s largest city, Center of Hope first came about when the Columbia Business and Professional Women’s Association (BPW) teamed together with the Coalition to bring services to local victims of domestic violence.