As children and families become increasingly fragmented and victimized by poverty, disabilities, abuse and neglect, Judson Center steps up to the challenge by responding proactively to the community's needs. In 1979, the agency's budget was $500,000; today its budget exceeds $19.3 million. Assets over the past 20 years have grown from $700,000 to $19 million. These figures demonstrate that the agency is economically resourceful as well as financially sound, ensuring its future in serving the Southeastern Michigan community.
Judson Center is funded largely by grants from county, state and federal agencies. In addition, we receive gifts from individuals, corporations, foundations, and local community and religious organizations. We are proud that 89% of every dollar received goes directly toward programs and services for those in need.
Our current Annual Report, Audited Financial Statement and Form 990 give us the opportunity to report to you — the individuals and organizations who support us — on our recent achievements and financial status.
Audited Financial Statements