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FACE Spay/Neuter Clinic

1505 Massachusetts Ave. Indianapolis, IN 46201

Phone: (317) 686-2839 Fax: (317) 638-0993

Web site: www.facespayneuter.org

Founded: 1999 Carter Robinson Huber Dubin

Paid employees: 25

Highest-paid staff member: Kathryn Carter, surgeon, $97,900

Top volunteers: Ron Fritz, volunteer since 1999 Vicki Dacquisto, volunteer since 1999

MISSION

End pet overpopulation in Indianapolis through high-volume, low-cost, and high-quality spay/neuter surgeries.

MANAGEMENT

Ellen Robinson, executive director

Jeanette Huber, business manager

Michelle Hogan, clinic manager

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Anne Dubin, president

Jeff Seidenfaden, secretary

Debbie MacLain, treasurer

PROGRAMS

Do More, Save More: Funded by the Nina Mason Charitable Trust and the Nicholas Noyes foundation, this program allowed FACE to hire a second surgeon in 2008. The surgeon will work on medium to large-size dogs, who produce larger litters and are euthanized in large numbers at Indianapolis shelters. The program also extends hours for wellness care. Revenue from the wellness clinics will allow FACE to maintain the program when grant funds have run out.

Lend a Hand, Help a Paw: The FACE Clinic operates a food and supply pantry for clients in need. Supplies are collected independently, and in conjunction with other businesses through promotions.

FUND-RAISER

None in the last few years, as all effort is focused on grant-writing for spay/neuter and targeting at-risk populations.

FINANCIAL PROFILE

2008 income: $1.4 million

2008 expenses: $1.3 million

2008 assets: $965,880

2009 projected income: $1.6 million 

2009 projected expenses: $1.7 million

Fiscal year begins: Jan. 1

2008 income

Vaccinations: 29%

Surgeries: 19% 

Individual donations and grants: 12%

Other services: 40%

 

2008 expenses

Surgery: 42&

Management and general: 13%

Fund-raising: 2%

Other program service and animal care: 43%

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Information was provided by FACE Spay/Neuter Clinic. Profiled organizations must be based in or serve the Indianapolis area, must have Internal Revenue Service tax-exempt status, and must be willing to provide IBJ with detailed financial information.

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