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Why David Sometimes WinsLeadership, Strategy and the Organization in the California Farm Worker Movement$

Marshall Ganz

Print publication date: 2009

Print ISBN-13: 9780195162011

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DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195162011.001.0001

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Table A.1. Labor Market

Year

Hired Farm Workers

Irrigated Acreage

Ratio

Year

Hired Farm Workers

Irrigated Acreage

Ratio

1870

16,231

58,273

3.6

1900

67,493

1,567,913

23.2 *

1871

16,994

85,084

5.0

1901

72,549

1,689,712

23.3

1872

17,756

111,896

6.3

1902

77,606

1,811,511

23.3

1873

18,519

138,707

7.5

1903

82,662

1,933,310

23.4

1874

19,281

165,518

8.6

1904

87,718

2,055,109

23.4

1875

20,044

192,330

9.6

1905

92,775

2,176,908

23.5

1876

20,806

219,141

10.5

1906

97,831

2,298,707

23.5

1877

21,569

245,952

11.4

1907

102,887

2,420,506

23.5

1878

22,331

272,764

12.2

1908

107,944

2,542,305

23.6 *

1879

23,094

299,575

13.0

1909

113,000

2,664,104

23.6 *

1880

23,856

370,041

15.5

1910

120,000

2,819,598

23.5

1881

26,624

440,507

16.5

1911

126,000

2,975,091

23.6 *

1882

29,391

510,972

17.4

1912

134,000

3,130,585

23.4

1883

32,159

581,438

18.1

1913

141,000

3,286,078

23.3

1884

34,926

651,904

18.7

1914

148,000

3,441,572

23.3

1885

37,694

722,370

19.2

1915

155,000

3,597,066

23.2

1886

40,462

792,836

19.6

1916

166,000

3,752,559

22.6

1887

43,229

863,301

20.0

1917

172,000

3,908,053

22.7

1888

45,997

933,767

20.3

1918

171,000

4,063,546

23.8

1889

48,764

1,004,233

20.6 *

1919

174,000

4,219,040

24.2 *

1890

51,532

1,048,421

20.3

1920

187,000

4,271,799

22.8

1891

53,128

1,092,609

20.6

1921

191,000

4,324,558

22.6

1892

54,724

1,136,797

20.8

1922

193,000

4,377,318

22.7

1893

56,320

1,180,985

21.0

1923

196,000

4,430,077

22.6

1894

57,916

1,225,174

21.2

1924

196,000

4,482,836

22.9

1895

59,513

1,269,362

21.3

1925

200,000

4,535,595

22.7

1896

61,109

1,313,550

21.5

1926

196,000

4,588,354

23.4*

1897

62,705

1,357,738

21.7

1927

201,000

4,641,114

23.1

1898

64,301

1,401,926

21.8

1928

206,000

4,693,873

22.8

1899

65,897

1,446,114

21.9

1929

206,000

4,746,632

23.0*

1930

208,000

4,699,624

22.6

1951

246,000

6,682,214

27.2

1931

187,000

4,652,616

24.9

1952

242,000

6,804,159

28.1

1932

163,000

4,605,609

28.3

1953

241,000

6,926,104

28.7

1933

153,000

4,558,601

29.8

1954

236,000

7,048,049

29.9

1934

143,000

4,511,593

31.5

1955

231,000

7,117,553

30.8

1935

136,000

4,464,585

32.8 *

1956

232,000

7,213,278

31.1

1936

137,000

4,417,577

32.2

1957

226,000

7,309,002

32.3

1937

159,000

4,370,570

27.5

1958

227,000

7,404,727

32.6 *

1938

150,000

4,323,562

28.8 *

1959

232,000

7,395,570

31.9

1939

149,000

4,276,554

28.7

1960

228,000

7,436,196

32.6

1940

150,000

4,411,821

29.4 *

1961

230,000

7,476,821

32.5

1941

159,000

4,547,089

28.6

1962

216,000

7,517,447

34.8

1942

167,000

4,682,356

28.0

1963

205,000

7,558,072

36.9

1943

171,000

4,817,624

28.2

1964

190,000

7,598,698

40.0 *

1944

172,000

4,952,891

28.8

1965

190,000

7,526,985

39.6

1945

176,000

5,249,978

29.8

1966

187,000

7,455,271

39.9

1946

176,000

5,547,064

31.5

1967

170,000

7,383,558

43.4 *

1947

184,000

5,844,151

31.8

1968

190,000

7,311,844

38.5

1948

188,000

6,141,237

32.7

1969

187,000

7,240,131

38.7

1949

190,000

6,438,324

33.9 *

1970

197000

7,341,847

37.3

1950

247,000

6,560,269

26.6

Note: Major peak years for the ratio of irrigated land to workers are indicated in boldface, with box and asterisk. Minor peaks of the ratio are indicated with box and asterisk.

Source: California irrigated acreage reported in U.S. Census 1870–1949 at 10-year intervals, subsequently at 5-year intervals. Intervening years are extrapolated. California hired farm workers 1870–1900 based on U.S. Census data at 10-year intervals reported by Fuller, “Supply of Agricultural Labor,” table 33. Intervening years are extrapolated. Subsequent figures on hired labor were reported yearly by the California Agricultural Statistics Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture, California Department of Food and Agriculture, Agricultural Statistics Branch, Sacramento, CA.

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Table A.2. Biographical Information

AWOC LEADERSHIP

Name

Age

Race/Ethnicity

Religion

Regional Background

Position

Family Background

Family

Education, Work, Organizing Experience

FW Organizing Interest

Networks

Repertoires

George Meany

66

White Irish American

Roman Catholic

New York, DC

President, AFL-CIO

construction union officials

M, 3C

high school; elected officer, Plumbers, Building Trades, AFL

occupational

AFL-CIO, Democrats, Roman Catholics

union politics, legislative lobbying, national politics

John Livingston

52

White

Protestant

St. Louis, Detroit, DC

Director of Organizing

Missouri farm family

M

high school; organizer, elected official, UAW

occupational

UAW, Democrats

CIO 1930s-1940s, auto organizing, union politics

Norman Smith

62

White

Protestant

St. Louis, Detroit, DC

AWOC Director

Missouri farm family

S

high school (?); organizer, UAW, industrial supervisor

occupational

UAW, Democrats

CIO 1930s, auto organizing

C. Al Green

60

White

Protestant

Modesto

AWOC Director

S

high school (?); elected officer, Plasterers; director, California COPE

occupational

building trades, Democrats

building trades, COPE

Walter Reuther

52

White German American

Lutheran

West Virginia, Detroit

Vice President, AFL-CIO President, UAW

German immigrant, skilled trades

M

Wayne State, Brookwood; organizer, negotiator, elected officer, UAW, CIO

vocational

UAW, ADA, Democrats, liberals, Kennedy, farm worker advocacy

organizing, bargaining, legislative national politics, union politics

AWOC STAFF

Name

Age

Race/Ethnicity

Religion

Regional Origins

Position

Family Background

Family

Education, Work, Organizing Experience

FW Organizing Interest

Networks

Repertoires

Ernesto Galarza

54

Mexican

Roman Catholic

Nayarit, Mexico; Sacramento; DC

Assistant Director

immigrated from Mexico

M, 2C

Occidental College, Stanford, Columbia Ph.D.; researcher, Pan American Congress, NFLU

personal, vocational

NFLU, farm workers, labor, Chicanos, farm worker advocacy

research, advocacy, organizing

Clive Knowles

48

White

Unitarian

Pennsylvania, New England Iowa, California

UPWA organizer

coal miner

M

Bates College, University of Chicago, Harvard Divinity School; minister, Unitarians; organizer, CIO

vocational

UPWA, socialists, liberals, farm worker advocacy

ministry, political and union organizing

Dolores Huerta

30

Mexican American

Roman Catholic

New Mexico, Stockton

organizer

mining family, father (New Mexico) small business family, (Stockton)

M

College of Pacific; teacher; organizer, CSO

personal, vocational

CSO, liberals, farm workers, Democrats, farm worker advocacy

community organizing, lobbying

Henry Anderson

32

White

Menlo Park, Berkeley

AWOC Research Director

professional

M

Pomona College, Stanford, UC Berkely, Ph.D; researcher, UC Berkeley

vocational

liberals, students, farm worker advocacy

research, advocacy

Larry Itliong

46

Filipino

Roman Catholic

Philippines, Stockton, Delano

organizer, business representative

Philippines, small farming

M

sixth grade; organizer, CAIWU, UCAPWA, ILWU; Filipino community organizations

personal, vocational

Filipino community, union organizers, crew leaders

union, community organizing

DeWitt Tannehill

45

White

Protestant

Oklahoma, California

organizer, business representative

Mexican immigrant farm workers

M

Oklahoma migrants M high school (?); farm worker, organizer, AWOC

personal, vocational

Anglo farm workers

farm work

Maria Moreno

35?

Mexican American

Roman Catholic

Tulare County

organizer

farm work

M

high school (?); Texas, migrant farm workers F farm work

personal, vocational

Mexican farm workers

farm work

Fr. Tom McCullough

37

White Irish American

Roman Catholic

Bay Area, Stockton

volunteer organizer

blue collar, trade union

S

vocational

Missionary apostolate, farm workers, CSO community organizers

religious community, mutual benefit assn.

TEAMSTER LEADERSHIP

Name

Age

Race/Ethnicity

Religion

Regional Origins

Position

Family Background

Family

Education, Work, Organizing Experience

FW Organizing Interest

Networks

Repertoires

Raul Aguilar

?

Mexican American

Roman Catholic

Stockton

organizer business representative

farm work

S

high school (?); farm workers, organizer, NAWU, AWA

vocational

NAWU, Mexican farm workers

advocacy, community organizing

Ben Gines

?

Filipino

Roman Catholic

Philippines, Stockton, Delano

organizer business representative

Philippines, small farming

M

high school (?); farm workers, contractor

personal, professional

Filipino community, crew leader

union, community leadership

James Hoffa

48

White German Irish

Roman Catholic

Indiana, Detroit

International Brotherhood of Teamsters, President

blue collar

M

ninth grade; organizer; President, Local 299, Central Conference, Vice President, Teamsters

occupational

Teamsters, Democrats, business associates

organizing, negotiating, politics

Einar Mohn

55

White Norwegian American

Lutheran

Washington, California

President, Western Conference of Teamsters

minister, teacher

M

University of Washington; microbiologist, organizer, negotiator, officer, Teamsters

occupational

Teamsters, Democrats, business associates

organizing, negotiating, politics

Peter Andrade

55?

White Portuguese American

Roman Catholic

San Francisco, Salinas

Director, Cannery Division

blue collar

M

high school; truck driver, organizer, business representative, Local 85; president, local 890

occupational

Teamsters, Democrats, produce industry

organizing, negotiating, politics

William Grami

40

White Italian American

Roman Catholic

Kentucky, Italy, San Jose

Director of Organizing, Western Conference of Teamsters

Italian immigrant, small business, police

M

Santa Clara College, Law School; U.S. Army; organizer, Local 912; president, local 624

occupational

Teamsters, Democrats, produce industry

negotiating, politics, organizing, military

TEAMSTER STAFF

Name

Age

Race/Ethnicity

Religion

Regional Origins

Position

Family Background

Family

Education, Work, Organizing Experience

FW Organizing Interest

Networks

Repertoires

Al Brundage

46

White

Jewish

Bay Area

General Counsel, Western Conference of Teamsters

professional

M

UC, Berkeley, BA, MA; University of Chicago, Law School; Member, War Labor Board, Pacific Labor Bureau

occupational

labor lawyers, Teamsters, Democrats

negotiations, representation, politics

Bud Kenyon

50?

White

Salinas

high school; business representative, Local 890

occupational

Salinas produce industry, cannery local, Teamsters

negotiations, organizing

Jim Smith

50?

White

Salinas, Modesto

organizer

high school (?); president, UPWA Local 78; organizer, Teamsters

occupational

Salinas, Modesto produce industry, cannery locals

negotiations, representation, organizing

Oscar Gonzales

37

Mexican American

Roman Catholic

San Jose

President, Local 964

Mexican immigrants

M

high school (?); autoworker; community activist, cursillo member, farm worker associations

personal, occupational

Cursillo, Roman Catholics, farm workers, OEO network

religious community, mutual benefit assn., some union organizing

Albert Rojas

28

Mexican American

Roman Catholic

Tulare County, Oxnard

Vice President, Local 964

Mexican immigrant farm workers

M

high school; city worker; community organizer

personal, occupational

farm workers, Roman Catholics, OEO network, community organizers

community organizing, community work, some union organizing

UFW LEADERSHIP (1962–1965)

Name

Age

Race/Ethnicity

Religion

Regional Background

Position

Family Background

Family

Education, Work, Organizing Experience

FW Organizing Interest

Networks

Repertoires

Cesar Chavez

35

Mexican American

Roman Catholic

Yuma, San Jose, Delano

General Director, FWA, NFWA, UFWOC; Board Member, Credit Union

immigrant small farmers, farm workers

M, A, 8C

eighth grade; farm worker; U.S. Navy; laborer; organizer, CSO

personal, vocational

family, farm workers, CSO, Roman Catholics, Democrats, farm worker advocacy, Chicanos

community organizing, political organizing, farm work, military

Dolores Huerta

33

Mexican American

Roman Catholic

New Mexico, Stockton

Vice President, FWA, NFWA, UFWOC; Board Member, Credit Union

miners (NM), small business (Stockton)

M, D, 6C

College of Pacific, teacher, organizer, CSO, AWA, AWOC

personal vocational

family, CSO, Democrats, Chicanos farm worker advocacy

community organizing, political lobbying

Antonio Orendain

35

Mexican

Roman Catholic

Jalisco, Mexico; Hanford

Secretary-Treasurer, FWA, NFWA, UFWOC; Board Member, Credit Union

M, A, 2C

sixth grade; construction farm worker, worker, organizer, CSO

personal vocational

family, farm workers, CSO

community organizing, farm work

Gilbert Padilla

35

Mexican American

Roman Catholic

Los Banos, Hanford

Vice President, FWA, NFWA, UFWOC; Board Member, Credit Union

farm workers

M, 4C

sixth grade; farm worker, U.S. Army, small business, organizer, CSO

personal vocational

family, farm workers, CSO

community organizing, farm work, military

Manuel Chavez

37

Mexican American

Roman Catholic

Yuma, San Ysidro, Delano

Secretary-Treasurer, FWA; organizer, NFWA, UFWOC

immigrant small farmers, farm workers

M, D, 3C

fifth grade; farm worker, U.S. Navy, produce sales, car sales, prison

personal occupational

family, farm workers, business associates

business, sales, farm work, military

Rodrigo Terronez

28

Mexican American

Roman Catholic

Mexico, Corcoran

Vice President, FWA; Board Member, Credit Union

M, 2C

high school (?); farm worker, organizer, CSO

personal

family, farm workers, CSO

farm work, community organizing

Julio Hernandez

41

Mexican

Roman Catholic

Sonora, Mexico; Corcoran

Vice President, FWA, NFWA, UFWOC; Board Member, Credit Union

barber, carpentry, farming

M, A, 9C

high school (?); barber, carpenter, contractor, organizer, CSO

personal

family, farm workers, CSO

farm work, labor contractor, community organizing

Chris Hartmire

29

White

Presbyterian

New York, Los Angeles

Director, CMM

professional

M, 2C

Princeton; Union Theological Seminary, U.S. Navy, minister, East Harlem Churches; organizer, California Migrant Ministry

vocational

CMM, church leadership, UTS, farm worker advocacy

seminary, community organizing, military

Jim Drake

24

White

UCC

Oklahoma, Indio, New York

organizer, CMM

professional, ministry, teaching

M, A, 2C

Occidental College; Union Theological Seminary, minister, organizer, California Migrant Ministry

vocational

CMM

seminary, community organizing

UFW LEADERSHIP (1966–1967)

Name

Age

Race/Ethnicity

Religion

Regional Background

Position

Family Background

Family

Education, Work, Organizing Experience

FW Organizing Interest

Networks

Repertoires

Fred Ross

56

White

Agnostic

Los Angeles

Organizing Director, NFWA, UFWOC

professionals

M, 3C

University of Southern California; community worker, Farm Security Administration; organizer, Civic Unity League, CSO

vocational

Alinsky, CSO, liberals

organizing, training organizers

LeRoy Chatfield

31

White

Roman Catholic

Colusa County, Bakersfield, San Francisco

Director, NFWSC

farmers, business

M, A

St. Mary’s College, Christian Brother, teacher, vice-principal

vocational

Catholic religious, liberals

religious community, teaching

Larry Itliong

34

Filipino

Roman Catholic

Philippines, Stockton, Delano

Vice President, UFWOC; Board Member, Credit Union

Philippines small farming

M

fifth grade; farm worker; organizer, CAIWU, UCAPWA, ILUW, Filipino community organizations

personal, vocational

Filipino community, union organizers, crew leaders

union, community organizing

Andy Imutan

35?

Filipino

Roman Catholic

Philippines

Vice President, UFWOC; Board Member, Credit Union

Philippines

M, A, 3C

high school; U.S. Army, organizer, AWOC

personal, professional

Filipino community, AWOC

military, AWOC

Phillip Veracruz

62

Filipino

Agnostic

Philippines, Washington, Chicago, Delano

Vice President, UFWOC; Board Member, Credit Union

Philippines small farming

S

Gonzaga University; cannery worker, farm worker, restaurant worker; organizer, NFLU; crew leader, AWOC

personal vocational

Filipino community

crew leader, union organizing

Jerry Cohen

26

White Irish Jewish

Upper South, California, Washington, Tokyo, DC

General Counsel, UFWOC

professional, medical, military

M, 1C

Amherst College, UC Berkeley Law School; lawyer, California Rural Legal Assistance

vocational

legal activists, lawyers

legal advocacy, antiwar protests, student organizing

William Kircher

51

White German Irish

Roman Catholic

Ohio, California, DC, Michigan

Organizing Director, AFL-CIO

professionals

M, 2C

Ohio State University; journalist, education director, organizer, administrator, UAW; organizing AFL-CIO

vocational

AFL-CIO, UAW, Democratic politics

union education, organizing, union politics, national politics

UFW Volunteers

Name

Age

Race/Ethnicity

Religion

Regional Background

Position

Family Background

Family

Education, Work, Organizing Experience

FW Organizing Interest

Networks

Repertoires

Helen Chavez

35

Mexican American

Roman Catholic

Delano

Administrator, Credit Union

immigrant farm workers

M, A, 8C

high school; farm worker

personal

family, farm workers, CSO

bookkeeping, farm work

Wendy Goepel

25

White

Protestant

New York

Administrator, FWA, NFWA

professional

S

Mt. Holyoke, UC Berkeley, Stanford; researcher

vocational

students, CFL, SCAL

grant writing, academic research

Bill Esher

25?

White

Roman Catholic

Oakland

Editor, El Malcriado

S

high school; Catholic Worker, Citizens for Farm Labor

vocational

Oakland Catholic Worker, CFL

editing publications, writing

Alex Hoffman

35?

White

Jewish

Berkeley

Lawyer, NFWA

S

UC, Berkely Law School; Free Speech Movement, lawyer

vocational

legal activists, lawyers, socialists

legal advocacy, antiwar protests

Eliseo Medina

18

Mexican

Roman Catholic

Zacatecas, Mexico; Delano

organizer/boycotter, NFWA, UFWOC; Board Member, Credit Union

immigrant farm workers

S

eighth grade; farm worker

personal, vocational

family, farm workers

farm work

Marcos Munoz

23

Mexican

Roman Catholic

Mexico, Bakersfield

organizer/boycotter, NFWA, UFWOC

immigrant farm workers

M, 1C

sixth grade (?); farm worker

personal

family, farm workers

farm work

Roberto Bustos

25?

Mexican American

Roman Catholic

Delano

organizer/boycotter, NFWA, UFWOC

immigrant farm workers

M, 1C

high school; farm worker

personal

family, farm workers

farm work

Maria Saludado

22

Mexican American

Roman Catholic

Delano

organizer/ boycotter, NFWA, UFWOC

immigrant farm workers

S

seventh grade; farm worker

personal

family, farm workers

farm work

Tony Mendez

22

Mexican American

Roman Catholic

Delano

organizer/boycotter, NFWA, UFWOC

farm workers, labor contractor

M, A

Seminary; farm worker

personal

family, farm workers

farm work

Luis Valdez

23

Mexican American

Roman Catholic

Delano, San Jose

Teatro Campesino

farm workers, laborers

S

San Jose State; organizer, SNCC; artist, SF Mime Troop

personal, vocational

family, student activists, liberals

student organizing, community theater

Marshall Ganz

22

White

Jewish

Bakersfield

service provider, NFWSC; negotiator, boycotter, NFWA, UFWOC

professional, ministry, teaching

S

Harvard; organizer, SNCC

vocational

civil rights groups, student groups

civil rights organizing

Jessica Govea

18

Mexican American

Roman Catholic

Bakersfield

organizer, social services boycotter

bracero, immigrant railroad, farm workers

S

Bakersfield College; community worker, CSO

personal, vocational

family, CSO

CSO

Notes: Age = time at which persons undertook farm worker organizing. For example, Huerta is listed twice: at 30, when she began working with AWOC, and at 33, when she began working with the UFW. Family abbreviations: M (married); A (active spouse); S (single); D (divorced); and C (number of children).

Sources: Anderson 1996, Brown 1972, Chatfield 1996, Cohen 1995, Daniel 1987, Drake 1997, Fink 1974, Hartmire 1996, Jenkins 1985, Levy 1975, London and Anderson 1970, Mathiessen 1969, Medina 1998, Meister and Loftis 1977, Mitchell 1979, Nelson 1966, Padilla 1999, Reuther 1976, Ross 1989, Scharlin and Villanueva 1992, Smith 1987, Taylor 1975.

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Table A.3. UFW Financial Information

YEARS

1969

1971

1974

1978

1982

1986

1992

1996

2000

2003

2006

ASSETS:START

$

195,962

$

590,046

$

1,032,266

$

1,779,990

$

5,189,238

$

5,394,662

$

6,629,563

$

3,656,656

$

3,129,133

$

2,794,978

1,904,729

ASSETS:END

$

352,548

$

961,591

$

792,535

$

1,702,790

$

4,878,835

$

4,810,615

$

5,517,847

$

4,351,346

$

3,439,847

$

2,752,690

1,829,042

LIABILITIES: START

$

1,314

$

133,508

$

159,045

$

133,686

$

1,683,653

$

569,878

$

1,839,899

$

292,065

$

243,304

$

418,926

541,980

LIABILITIES END

$

707

$

2,847

$

129,690

$

93,225

$

1,404,832

$

362,443

$

1,108,619

$

291,325

$

382,458

$

537,136

611,173

NET ASSETS: START

$

194,648

$

456,538

$

873,221

$

1,646,304

$

3,505,585

$

4,824,784

$

4,789,664

$

3,364,591

$

2,885,829

$

2,376,052

$

1,362,749

NET ASSETS: END

$

351,841

$

958,744

$

662,845

$

1,609,565

$

3,474,003

$

4,448,172

$

4,409,228

$

4,060,021

$

3,057,389

$

2,215,554

1,217,869

NET GAIN/LOSS

$

157,193

$

502,206

$

(210,376)

$

(36,739)

$

(31,582)

$

(376,612)

$

(380,436)

$

695,430

$

171,560

$

(160,498)

$

(144,880)

81%

110%

24%

2%

1%

8%

8%

19%

6%

7%

11%

REVENUE

$

745,151

$

1,852,405

$

3,533,485

$

2,426,535

$

4,527,951

$

4,331,036

$

3,587,898

$

5,093,260

$

7,252,944

$

6,711,849

6,373,269

DUES

$

238,551

$

1,109,453

$

515,281

$

1,477,348

$

2,990,568

$

2,208,802

$

971,849

$

1,429,838

$

1,797,558

$

2,001,466

2,261,405

Dues%

32%

60%

15%

61%

66%

51%

27%

28%

25%

30%

35%

FEES

$

-

$

-

$

150

$

-

$

-

$

99,189

$

515,484

$

1,476,281

$

768,234

12,849

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

3%

10%

20%

11%

0%

FUNDRAISING

$

403,154

$

461,898

$

2,332,375

$

594,373

$

378,230

$

2,064,062

$

1,121,640

$

2,785,619

$

3,327,141

$

3,762,939

3,960,207

Fundraising%

54%

25%

66%

24%

8%

48%

31%

55%

46%

56%

62%

SALE OF SUPPLIES

$

-

$

6,046

$

179,398

$

2,607

$

-

$

-

$

1,150,748

$

100,005

$

397,671

$

124,875

111,095

0%

5%

0%

0%

0%

32%

2%

5%

2%

2%

OTHER

$

103,446

$

275,008

$

506,431

$

352,057

$

1,159,153

$

58,172

$

244,472

$

262,314

$

254,293

$

54,335

27,713

14%

15%

14%

15%

26%

1%

7%

5%

4%

1%

0%

EXPENSES

$

593,569

$

1,368,670

$

3,685,917

$

2,455,927

$

4,233,422

$

4,545,195

$

4,363,756

$

4,688,013

$

6,819,840

$

6,607,587

6,624,551

PERSONNEL

$

203,725

$

490,292

$

2,352,310

$

586,360

$

648,346

$

527,629

$

581,016

$

1,215,585

$

1,900,311

$

1,723,146

2,295,165

PERSONNEL

34%

36%

64%

24%

15%

12%

13%

26%

28%

26%

35%

PROFESSIONAL

$

-

$

41,076

$

73,031

$

42,076

$

202,260

$

173,036

$

216,059

$

419,148

$

663,976

$

1,042,693

976,071

PROFESSIONAL

0%

3%

2%

2%

5%

4%

5%

9%

10%

16%

15%

OFFICERS

$

21,248

$

29,982

$

21,182

$

20,270

$

49,606

$

53,934

$

49,562

$

108,720

$

328,625

$

375,421

481,918

OFFICERS

4%

2%

1%

1%

1%

1%

1%

2%

5%

6%

7%

PRESIDENT

$

1,992

$

2,371

$

2,260

$

3,070

$

7,445

$

5,140

$

5,767

$

11,347

$

32,882

$

77,704

82,082

# officers

$

8

$

8

$

9

$

9

$

9

$

9

$

5

$

8

$

11

$

8

9

AVERAGE

$

2,656

$

3,748

$

2,354

$

2,252

$

5,512

$

5,993

$

9,912

$

13,590

$

29,875

$

46,928

$

53,546

ADMINISTRATIVE

$

1,158

$

285,377

$

868,996

$

781,800

$

1,753,515

$

2,010,653

$

1,425,657

$

2,026,532

$

2,313,446

$

2,137,030

2,555,126

0%

21%

24%

32%

41%

44%

33%

43%

34%

32%

39%

PER CAPITA

$

2,859

$

42,300

$

29,259

$

55,079

$

96,927

$

81,587

$

103,317

$

138,471

$

159,505

$

169,827

125,707

Dues%

1%

4%

6%

4%

3%

4%

11%

10%

9%

8%

6%

OTHER

$

364,579

$

479,643

$

341,139

$

970,342

$

1,482,768

$

1,698,356

$

1,988,145

$

779,557

$

1,453,977

$

1,159,470

190,564

61%

35%

9%

40%

35%

37%

46%

17%

21%

18%

3%

Off, Prof, Adm

4%

26%

26%

34%

47%

49%

39%

54%

48%

54%

61%

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