Gratitude report 2022
On January 2, 2003, Maranatha-Carlisle settled into the corner of an office at the United Way of Carlisle and Cumberland County to launch a new service to area residents in need of financial guidance and education.
Twenty years on, Maranatha has grown, but helping people make sense of their finances so they can be free to live fuller, less stressful lives is still at the core of what we do.
In the past year, we’ve continued to emerge from the pandemic, holding our first fundraising gala since 2019. We also launched a new fundraiser, Maranatha in Motion, to encourage people to take a walk and enjoy our community while raising funds for our mission.
Most importantly, we’ve continued to serve our clients. We’ve added a position dedicated to assisting with Social Security issues and our account managers continue to provide services above and beyond writing checks and watching budgets. As we look ahead to the next 20 years, we’re thankful for the vision of people like Hugh and Joan Jones, Dr. David Masland and others who built the foundation of our organization. And, we’re thankful for you – the volunteers, donors, staff and supporters who continue to make their vision a reality.
By the Numbers
Average number of clients served in 2022
Average cost to provide services for one client each month.
Average fee paid by clients each month
Earn less than $25,000 a year, more than half earn less than $15,000
Of clients are over the age of 55
One full-time and nine part-time employees
Volunteers who serve in the office or as a member of our board of directors.
Payments made on behalf of our clients.
Number of donors supporting our mission
Total all donations and grants
Foundation and nonprofit grants