Annual Report for Fiscal Year 2012
DOROT’s mission is to enhance the lives of Jewish and other elderly in the greater New York metropolitan area through a dynamic partnership of volunteers, professionals, and elders; to foster mutually beneficial interaction between the generations; and to provide education, guidance, and leadership in developing volunteer–based programs for the elderly.
Every year, as the number of frail older adults grows and with it the need for society to help sustain and embrace them, DOROT is thankful for the donors who enable us to provide the elderly with essential services and a warm, welcoming community. The generous support of these donors enabled DOROT to serve a diverse population of seniors and volunteers with distinction in Fiscal Year 2012. We responded to a variety of needs among the older adults who rely on our services and continued to expand our volunteer opportunities in order to engage the many individuals who wish to join in our work.
View the full FY2012 Annual Report
The following is an overview of DOROT, Inc.’s income and expenses for the fiscal year which ended June 30, 2012, our latest audited statements available.
Audited Financial Statement 2013
How We Use The Funds Raised
Source: 2012 Audited Financial Statements
Form 990 FY 2012
Nancy Rankin, President
Sandra Edelman, Esq., Vice President
Diane Katzin, Vice President
Diane Oshin, Vice President
Rodney A. Cohen, Treasurer
Barbara I. Ellis, Secretary
Mark L. Meridy, Executive Director