Title here

Text here

The Society of Saint Andrew, Inc.

AKA Society of St. Andrew

Big Island, VA

GuideStar Quick View Everything you need to know...

The Society of Saint Andrew, Inc.

Also Known As:
Society of St. Andrew
Physical Address:
Big Island, VA 24526 8517
EIN:
54-1285793
Web URL:
www.endhunger.org
Leadership:
Mr. Steven Michael Waldmann
Detailed Financial and People Data included in the GuideStar Premium Report Report Added To Cart

Legitimacy Information

  • This organization is registered with the IRS.
  • This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990 or 990-EZ.

Institutional funders should note that an organization’s inclusion on GuideStar.org does not satisfy IRS Rev. Proc. 2011-33 for identifying supporting organizations.

Learn more about GuideStar Charity Check, the only pre-grant due diligence tool that is 100% compliant with IRS Rev. Proc 2011-33.


Forms 990 from IRS Additional Information IRS Form 990 is an annual document used by approximately one-third of all public charities to report information about their finances and operations to the federal government. GuideStar uses data from Form 990 to populate its database with financial information about nonprofit organizations. Posting Form 990 images on the GuideStar Web site is an ongoing process.

Forms 990 for 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008 are included in the GuideStar Premium Report. Upgrade Now Report Added To Cart

A multi-year analysis of key balance sheet, income statement, profitability and liquidity measures is available for this organization. Financial SCAN includes a detailed financial health analysis and peer comparison and benchmarking tool. Learn More

Financial SCAN

Financial SCAN

Key Financial SCAN Features

  • Financial Health Dashboard: Highlights key financial trends and ratios for a selected nonprofit organization over a period of up to five years.
  • Peer Comparison Dashboard: Compares the organization's financials with up to five peer nonprofits that you select.
  • Graphical Analysis: Provides multi-year graphs and an interpretive guide in a format ready to present to your clients.
  • Printable PDF Report: Provides a complete analysis of the organization for your records. The full report tells you what to look for and why it matters.
  • Advanced Search: Allows you to search by EIN (Employer Identification Number), organization name, city, state, revenue, expenses, and assets.

Annual Revenue & Expenses Additional Information Financial information on GuideStar is either digitized from Form 990 images we receive from the IRS or submitted by the nonprofits themselves through the GuideStar Exchange (990 filers cannot override Form 990 financial data). If your organization does not file a Form 990, 990-EZ, or 990-PF and you would like to have your financial data displayed in this section, join the GuideStar Exchange today!

Fiscal Year Starting: Jan 1, 2013
Fiscal Year Ending: Dec 31, 2013
Revenue
Total Revenue $16,223,282
Expenses
Total Expenses $16,232,619

Is this information up-to-date?
Claim your report and update your GuideStar Exchange profile today!

Financial data from Forms 990 for Year 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008 are included in the GuideStar Premium Report. Upgrade Now Report Added To Cart

A multi-year analysis of key balance sheet, income statement, profitability and liquidity measures is available for this organization. Financial SCAN includes a detailed financial health analysis and peer comparison and benchmarking tool. Learn More

Financial SCAN

Financial SCAN

Key Financial SCAN Features

  • Financial Health Dashboard: Highlights key financial trends and ratios for a selected nonprofit organization over a period of up to five years.
  • Peer Comparison Dashboard: Compares the organization's financials with up to five peer nonprofits that you select.
  • Graphical Analysis: Provides multi-year graphs and an interpretive guide in a format ready to present to your clients.
  • Printable PDF Report: Provides a complete analysis of the organization for your records. The full report tells you what to look for and why it matters.
  • Advanced Search: Allows you to search by EIN (Employer Identification Number), organization name, city, state, revenue, expenses, and assets.

The Community Foundation Serving Richmond and Central Virginia


GuideStar Exchange Member

This organization is a Silver-level GuideStar Exchange participant, demonstrating its commitment to transparency.

Is this your organization's report?
Update your organization's information today!


Basic Organization Information

The Society of Saint Andrew, Inc.

Also Known As:
Society of St. Andrew
Physical Address:
Big Island, VA 24526 8517
EIN:
54-1285793
Web URL:
www.endhunger.org 
NTEE Category:
P Human Services 
P60 Emergency Assistance (Food, Clothing, Cash) 
K Agriculture, Food, Nutrition 
K31 Food Banks, Food Pantries 
K Agriculture, Food, Nutrition 
K30 Food Service, Free Food Distribution Programs 
Ruling Year:
1985 
How This Organization Is Funded:
Foundations and Corporations - $1,057,825
Individual Donors - $857,451
Churches and Church Agencies - $599,100

Sign in or create an account to see this organization's full address, contact information, and more!


Mission Statement

To introduce people to God's grace in Jesus Christ through meeting their hungers: Food for the body, God's word for the spirit, Community of love for the heart, Opportunity for those who desire action.

A multi-year analysis of key balance sheet, income statement, profitability and liquidity measures is available for this organization. Financial SCAN includes a detailed financial health analysis and peer comparison and benchmarking tool. Learn More

Financial SCAN

Financial SCAN

Key Financial SCAN Features

  • Financial Health Dashboard: Highlights key financial trends and ratios for a selected nonprofit organization over a period of up to five years.
  • Peer Comparison Dashboard: Compares the organization's financials with up to five peer nonprofits that you select.
  • Graphical Analysis: Provides multi-year graphs and an interpretive guide in a format ready to present to your clients.
  • Printable PDF Report: Provides a complete analysis of the organization for your records. The full report tells you what to look for and why it matters.
  • Advanced Search: Allows you to search by EIN (Employer Identification Number), organization name, city, state, revenue, expenses, and assets.

Financial Data

Sign in or create an account to view Revenue and Expense data for the most recent fiscal year.


Revenue and Expenses

Sign in or create an account to view this information for the most recent fiscal year.

Revenue and Expense data from Forms 990 for 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008 are included in the GuideStar Premium Report. Upgrade Now Report Added To Cart


Balance Sheet

Balance Sheet data from Forms 990 for Year 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008 are included in the GuideStar Premium Report. Upgrade Now Report Added To Cart

A multi-year analysis of key balance sheet, income statement, profitability and liquidity measures is available for this organization. Financial SCAN includes a detailed financial health analysis and peer comparison and benchmarking tool. Learn More

Financial SCAN

Financial SCAN

Key Financial SCAN Features

  • Financial Health Dashboard: Highlights key financial trends and ratios for a selected nonprofit organization over a period of up to five years.
  • Peer Comparison Dashboard: Compares the organization's financials with up to five peer nonprofits that you select.
  • Graphical Analysis: Provides multi-year graphs and an interpretive guide in a format ready to present to your clients.
  • Printable PDF Report: Provides a complete analysis of the organization for your records. The full report tells you what to look for and why it matters.
  • Advanced Search: Allows you to search by EIN (Employer Identification Number), organization name, city, state, revenue, expenses, and assets.


Forms 990 Provided by the Nonprofit

Sign in or create an account to view Form(s) 990 for 2011, 2010, 2009.

Forms 990 Provided by the Nonprofit for 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008 are included in the GuideStar Premium Report. Upgrade Now Report Added To Cart


Financial Statements

Financial Statements for 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007 are included in the GuideStar Premium Report. Upgrade Now Report Added To Cart


Annual Reports

Sign in or create an account to view this information.



Leadership (GuideStar ExchangeThe GuideStar Exchange allows nonprofits to regularly update key information directly to GuideStar. It provides richer and broader information about their programs, impact, finances, people and more. April, 2014)

Mr. Steven Michael Waldmann

Profile:

Retired Coast Guard officer with 20 years extensive experience in Command positions as well as operational and fiscal management. A volunteer with SoSA for 6 years before coming on staff in 1994. Since 1996 he has served as the Chief Operating Officer with responsibility for all day-to-day operations and was promoted to Executive Director in 2008.

Leadership Statement:

Society of St. Andrew is one of the most successful, effective, and efficient nonprofits in the country. SoSA addresses two very real and vital problems in our nation: hunger and nutrition, and does so in a way that "just makes sense". Our programs prevent waste and reduce our nation's landfills. SoSA engages tens of thousands of volunteers, thousands of farmers and produce growers, and thousands of essential feeding programs. As a result, we feed millions of hungry Americans at just pennies per pound. Everything that is needed to feed every hungry person in this country already exists. SoSA brings it all together in a remarkable way. And we do this with a total overhead cost of just 3.0%! By any standard imaginable, that is incredible success. In the recent years of economic challenges, the country and the hungry needed SoSA more than ever. SoSA is certainly not immune to the economic forces that challenge all organizations, but we found ways to increase our food distribution to meet the growing need. Millions of Americans were added to the rolls of our nation's hungry, and SoSA saved and distributed millions of pounds of additional food while trimming our own expenses. With distribution reaching into all 48 contiguous states, the Society of St. Andrew has a broad impact on a critical problem. Over 45 million people don't get enough to eat - in America! If just those Americans stood in a line, hand-in-hand, that line would stretch around the entire planet. In this country we simply aren't aware that we have a hunger problem. Hunger in America doesn't look like it does in Ethiopia or the Sudan; hungry Americans look just like everyone else. That fact often makes hunger an unrecognized problem. The importance of SoSA's ministry is highlighted by the fact that we are often the only source of fresh produce available to many of the poor in our land. Nutrition is essential in any diet, and especially so for those who may get just one meal a day. The fresh fruits and vegetables that SoSA provides are often the only highly nutritious food available to those in poverty. Food Banks, soup kitchens, and other feeding agencies also depend on SoSA as a source of fresh produce to balance the long shelf-life food donations they normally receive. The ministry of SoSA is so important, and in such demand, that we expanded our programs in VA and elsewhere. In 2012 we set all new records in all our important metrics. Achieving these accomplishments in the current economic environment is a hallmark of our success. The Gleaning Network, the Potato and Produce Project, and the Harvest of Hope all had a very successful year. That success was made possible by a wonderful network of thousands of farmers and growers, tens of thousands of volunteers, and thousands of feeding agencies; as well as individual, church, and corporate financial supporters in every state; and a remarkable staff and a dedicated and engaged Board of Directors. It all came together so that millions more hungry Americans could be fed.



Officers for Fiscal Year (IRS Form 990)

Report Added To Cart Officers for 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008 are included in the GuideStar Premium Report. Upgrade Now


Highest Paid Employees & Their Compensation (IRS Form 990)

Highest Paid Employee data is not available for this organization.


Program: The Gleaning Network

Budget:
$700,000
Category:
Human Services, General/Other
Population Served:

Program Description:

Whether harvested mechanically or by hand, millions of tons of produce that does not meet top market specifications are left behind in the fields during harvest. SoSA coordinates with hundreds of farmers across the country who generously donate their leftover crops to feed the hungry. We then coordinate and supervise field gleaning events where our tens of thousands of volunteers simply pick-up the good crops left behind. Each year, about 3,000 gleaning events are conducted that result in millions of pounds of nutritious produce being saved and distributed to the hungry. SoSA volunteers then take this fresh produce directly to hundreds of feeding agencies and programs right in the local area where the gleaning is conducted. SoSA provides all the coordination and supervision among farmers, volunteers, transportation, and vital feeding programs that receive the food at no cost. Those receiving this nutritious food include: Food Banks (large and small), soup kitchens, homeless shelters, AIDS hospice homes, Salvation Army feeding programs, Senior feeding centers, and a host of other essential feeding programs in local areas. All are in desperate need of the fresh produce that this program provides in order to meet the nutritional need of those they serve.

Program Long-Term Success:

Program Short-Term Success:

Program Success Monitored by:

Program Success Examples:

Program: The Potato and Produce Project

Budget:
$900,000
Category:
Population Served:

Program Description:

After being harvested, fresh produce is sent to a packing facility where it undergoes another ""grade out"" process before it is packaged for final shipping. Once again, millions of pounds of produce that is perfectly good to eat are discarded as not meeting top market grade. This excess bounty is normally dumped in our nation's landfills when it could be used to feed the hungry instead. SoSA intercepts as much of this food as possible and ships truckloads of this perfectly good, but rejected, produce to all 48 contiguous states. The produce is donated at no cost, but SoSA must pay the packing and freight cost associated with shipping it to feeding agencies across the country. Each truckload saved is about 45,000 pounds of produce that will result in over 135,000 nutritious servings.

Program Long-Term Success:

Program Short-Term Success:

Program Success Monitored by:

Program Success Examples:

Program: Harvest of Hope

Budget:
$300,000
Category:
Population Served:

Program Description:

Harvest of Hope is our education program. It is designed to inform people about the hunger problem while encouraging them to make lifelong commitments to becoming part of the solution. At Harvest of Hope, participants work in fields gleaning food for the hungry, study hunger issues, participate in Christian worship, and have fun! A variety of events take place throughout the year: week-long retreats for senior high youth (completed grades 9-12) and their adult sponsors; weekend retreats for junior high youth (completed grades 6-8) and their adult sponsors; a weekend retreat for college groups and young adults (ages 18-30); and weekend intergenerational retreats for ages 10 to 100. Harvest of Hope educates participants about the hunger problem domestically and globally and encourages them to make lifelong commitments to being part of the solution.

Program Long-Term Success:

Program Short-Term Success:

Program Success Monitored by:

Program Success Examples:


Impact Summary from the Nonprofit

1. SoSA saved over 33.5 million pounds of produce from going to waste in 2012. 2. SoSA provided over 100 million servings of food to the hungry in 2012. 3. SoSA had over 40,000 volunteers in 2012. 4. SoSA's overhead costs were just 3.0% in 2012 5. SoSA provided highly nutritious food into every county in the state of VA. 1. SoSA's goal is to increase the amount of fresh produce saved from going to waste and distribute that food to our state's increasing number of hungry citizens. 2. SoSA's goal is to increase the number of volunteers participating in these programs. 3. SoSA's goal is to expand our operations into underserved regions.

Organization Data Available

Adobe PDF Format A GuideStar Premium Report in PDF format is available for this organization

Price for this Report: $125.00

This Premium Report includes:

  • Financial Data for
  • Financial Charts for
  • Forms 990 for
  • Forms 990T for
  • Audited Financial Statement for
  • Annual Reports for
  • Letter of Determination
  • Form 1023 / 1024
  • Board Members
  • Officer, Director and/or Highest Paid Employee data for


Learn more about GuideStar Premium