United Way Elgin Middlesex
London, ON N6B 1S5
CEO: Andrew Lockie
Board Chair: Elizabeth Maccabe
Charitable Reg. #: 11926 0503 RR0001
Grade: B+The grade is based on the charity's public reporting of the work it does and the results it achieves.
Need for Funding
Cents to the Cause
Full-time staff #27
Avg. Compensation $69,290
Top 10 Staff Salary Range
|$300k - $350k||0|
|$250k - $300k||0|
|$200k - $250k||0|
|$160k - $200k||1|
|$120k - $160k||0|
|$80k - $120k||5|
|$40k - $80k||4|
About United Way Elgin Middlesex:
The United Way Elgin Middlesex (formerly United Way London Middlesex and United Way Elgin-St. Thomas) is dedicated to improving the quality of life in its community, and raises funds to address human service needs in London and Middlesex and Elgin Counties. The organization funds many agencies, specifically focusing on poverty, mental health, and beginnings and transitions (children and immigrants). It raises funds primarily through the annual Community Campaign, which includes donations from company payrolls, corporations and individuals. In addition, it organizes programs, including youth engagement and labor services.
United Way of London and Middlesex did not report its individual grants in F2016. However, in F2014, the United Way of London and Middlesex made grants to 81 programs, with more than 50 partners. The top 5 grant recipients in F2014 were Family Service Thames Valley ($511,000 or 9% of funds allocated to funded agencies), Boys' & Girls' Club of London ($482,500 or 8%), Big Brothers Big Sisters of London & Area ($412,500 or 7%), Canadian Mental Health Association - London & Middlesex ($368,000 or 6%) and the John Howard Society of London & District ($358,500 or 6%).
In F2016, United Way of London & Middlesex invested 39% of total investments into the Beginnings & Transitions programs, 25% to Mental Health programs, 23% towards Poverty and 12% to donor-designated uses and capacity building. Because of these investments, more than 4,000 households accessed basic needs supports such as food, clothing and health vouchers. Additionally, almost 10,000 children in London and Middlesex accessed United Way funded free or low-cost summer camps and after-school programs. Almost 7,000 people accessed United Way funded individual counselling or group workshops to address mental health concerns.
In F2016, United Way of London & Middlesex received $9m in donations and grants, of which $2m came from other United Way chapters. The charity does not disclose fundraising and administrative costs separately which accounted for 20% of revenues in F2016. For every dollar donated, 80 cents goes towards the cause, falling within Ci’s reasonable range. The charity has $3.3m in funding reserves, including $676k in donor-endowed funds. Excluding donor-endowed fund this covers less than 5 months of program costs and grants, indicating a need for funding.
This charity report is an update that has been sent to United Way of London & Middlesex for review. Changes and edits may be forthcoming.
Updated May 30th 2017 by Josh Lam.
Financial RatiosFiscal year ending March
|Fundraising & admin costs as % of revenues||20.2%||19.1%||19.2%|
|Program cost coverage (%)||47.6%||48.7%||56.3%|
Summary Financial StatementsAll figures in $000s
|Fundraising & administrative costs||1,864||1,767||1,698|
|Cash flow from operations||(168)||(147)||(488)|