Samaritan's Feet International

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Summary

Over 30 years ago, a young Nigerian boy, Manny Ohonme, received his first pair of shoes at the age of nine. It changed his life and now he wants give others that same opportunity for change and impact. Samaritan's Feet wants to inspire hope through the gift of shoes, the act of washing feet, and encouragement to those who need it most.
Samaritan's Feet is a humanitarian aid organization that serves and inspires hope by providing shoes to those around the world.


Contact information

Mailing address:
Samaritan's Feet International
4808 Chesapeake Dr
Charlotte, NC 28216

Website: samaritansfeet.org

Phone: 980-939-8150

Email: [email protected]


Organization details

EIN: 141880905

CEO/President: Manny Ohonme

Chairman: Manny and Tracie Ohonme

Board size: 14

Founder: Manny and Tracie Ohonme

Ruling year: 2004

Tax deductible: Yes

Fiscal year end: 12/31

Member of ECFA: No

Member of ECFA since:


Purpose

There are 734 million people living in poverty who can't afford education and basic articles of clothing like shoes (World Bank, 2015). Over 1.5 billion people are infected with diseases that are transmitted through contaminated soil (World Health Organization, 2020). Shoes and socks are reported to be in the "Top 5 Items Needed" by students in school (Champions for Kids, 2015).

Samaritan's Feet believes that a new a pair of shoes and the act of foot-washing can:

Provide a tangible foundation of hope and the opportunity for a better life.

Prompt children to focus in school and families not to worry.

Protect feet and decrease the possibility of getting a foot-borne disease.


Mission statement

Samaritan's Feet serves and inspires hope in children by providing shoes as the foundation to a spiritual and healthy life resulting in the advancement of education and economic opportunities.


Statement of faith

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Transparency grade

C

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Financial efficiency ratings

Sector: Foreign Missions

CategoryRatingOverall rankSector rank
Overall efficiency rating324 of 103336 of 124
Fund acquisition rating180 of 103526 of 124
Resource allocation rating328 of 103533 of 124
Asset utilization rating738 of 103386 of 124

Financial ratios

Funding ratiosSector median20202019201820172016
Return on fundraising efforts Return on fundraising efforts =
Fundraising expense /
Total contributions
5%2%2%10%7%7%
Fundraising cost ratio Fundraising cost ratio =
Fundraising expense /
Total revenue
4%2%2%10%7%7%
Contributions reliance Contributions reliance =
Total contributions /
Total revenue
98%100%100%99%100%100%
Fundraising expense ratio Fundraising expense ratio =
Fundraising expense /
Total expenses
5%4%2%7%10%7%
Other revenue reliance Other revenue reliance =
Total other revenue /
Total revenue
2%0%0%1%0%0%
 
Operating ratiosSector median20202019201820172016
Program expense ratio Program expense ratio =
Program services /
Total expenses
84%91%95%89%82%89%
Spending ratio Spending ratio =
Total expenses /
Total revenue
93%52%78%148%70%102%
Program output ratio Program output ratio =
Program services /
Total revenue
77%47%74%131%57%91%
Savings ratio Savings ratio =
Surplus (deficit) /
Total revenue
7%48%22%-48%30%-2%
Reserve accumulation rate Reserve accumulation rate =
Surplus (deficit) /
Net assets
11%50%65%-173%58%-10%
General and admin ratio General and admin ratio =
Management and general expense /
Total expenses
10%5%3%5%8%3%
 
Investing ratiosSector median20202019201820172016
Total asset turnover Total asset turnover =
Total expenses /
Total assets
1.140.512.114.241.124.50
Degree of long-term investment Degree of long-term investment =
Total assets /
Total current assets
1.291.001.001.011.011.01
Current asset turnover Current asset turnover =
Total expenses /
Total current assets
1.630.512.124.291.134.57
 
Liquidity ratiosSector median20202019201820172016
Current ratio Current ratio =
Total current assets /
Total current liabilities
20.9889.4840.3315.0911.197.33
Current liabilities ratio Current liabilities ratio =
Total current liabilities /
Total current assets
0.050.010.020.070.090.14
Liquid reserve level Liquid reserve level =
(Total current assets -
Total current liabilities) /
(Total expenses / 12)
6.7023.125.522.619.672.27
 
Solvency ratiosSector median20202019201820172016
Liabilities ratio Liabilities ratio =
Total liabilities /
Total assets
9%4%7%21%16%22%
Debt ratio Debt ratio =
Debt /
Total assets
0%1%5%14%7%9%
Reserve coverage ratio Reserve coverage ratio =
Net assets /
Total expenses
77%187%44%19%75%17%

Financials

Balance sheet
 
Assets20202019201820172016
Cash$2,958,565$378,195$403,085$573,921$503,959
Receivables, inventories, prepaids$10,163,935$3,984,251$1,005,594$3,062,818$1,145,324
Short-term investments$0$0$0$0$0
Other current assets$0$0$0$0$0
Total current assets$13,122,500$4,362,446$1,408,679$3,636,739$1,649,283
Long-term investments$0$0$0$0$0
Fixed assets$20,286$10,167$9,519$17,164$17,376
Other long-term assets$6,778$6,600$6,600$6,600$6,600
Total long-term assets$27,064$16,767$16,119$23,764$23,976
Total assets$13,149,564$4,379,213$1,424,798$3,660,503$1,673,259
 
Liabilities20202019201820172016
Payables and accrued expenses$53,806$73,064$71,254$187,307$143,107
Other current liabilities$92,842$35,105$22,100$137,698$81,831
Total current liabilities$146,648$108,169$93,354$325,005$224,938
Debt$100,000$202,590$202,590$251,322$150,000
Due to (from) affiliates$0$0$0$0$0
Other long-term liabilities$323,634$14,909$0$0$0
Total long-term liabilities$423,634$217,499$202,590$251,322$150,000
Total liabilities$570,282$325,668$295,944$576,327$374,938
 
Net assets20202019201820172016
Without donor restrictions$869,926$130,606$205,199$665,360$249,962
With donor restrictions$11,709,356$3,922,939$923,655$2,418,816$1,048,359
Net assets$12,579,282$4,053,545$1,128,854$3,084,176$1,298,321
 
Revenues and expenses
 
Revenue20202019201820172016
Total contributions$13,026,836$11,851,801$4,026,000$5,895,279$7,409,233
Program service revenue$0$0$0$0$0
Membership dues$0$0$0$0$0
Investment income$13,817$10,797$4,943$1,175($703)
Other revenue$20,575$5,092$56,050$0$0
Total other revenue$34,392$15,889$60,993$1,175($703)
Total revenue$13,061,228$11,867,690$4,086,993$5,896,454$7,408,530
 
Expenses20202019201820172016
Program services$6,146,087$8,797,675$5,348,860$3,387,330$6,731,543
Management and general$338,100$272,208$290,055$311,849$251,077
Fundraising$250,010$181,421$403,400$411,420$549,895
Total expenses$6,734,197$9,251,304$6,042,315$4,110,599$7,532,515
 
Change in net assets20202019201820172016
Surplus (deficit)$6,327,031$2,616,386($1,955,322)$1,785,855($123,985)
Other changes in net assets$0$0$0$0$0
Total change in net assets$6,327,031$2,616,386($1,955,322)$1,785,855($123,985)

Compensation

NameTitleCompensation
Emmanuel T OhonmePresident$132,159
Tracie OhonmeExecutive Vice President$75,438

Compensation data as of: 12/31/2019


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History

Welcome to Rower Park in Lagos, Nigeria- the beginning of our story.
A missionary from Wisconsin, Dave, was hosting games in the park that day.
Nine-year-old Manny Ohonme was selling bottled water there and noticed the basketball contest and decided to join in, despite never playing basketball.
He won the contest and the prize was a pair of canvas tennis shoes. This was his very first pair of shoes.
Manny received so much more than a pair of shoes that day.
Dave also gave Manny the encouragement to believe in his dreams, reach for the sky, and never give up.
This gift of hope propelled Manny to work hard at developing his talents and skills, including basketball.
This hard work and confidence earned Manny a basketball scholarship to a college in the United States, where he met his wife, Tracie.
Tracie grew up in North Dakota and also knew the impact of encouragement.
She understood the stigma of sometimes being treated less than, as she and her family were often on welfare.
Tracie participated in the Big Brothers Big Sisters of America which was life-changing for her in more ways than one.
From these experiences, Tracie began to see the impact that encouragement and hope can have on someone's life.
Manny and Tracie went to visit family in Nigeria. That trip changed everything.
They noticed things were still the same- children were still walking around barefoot and families were still struggling to provide.
And in that moment, their passions and life-experiences collided and became a vision for Samaritan's Feet.
Determined to make a difference in both of their homes, Manny and Tracie began Samaritan's Feet in 2003.
It began in their garage in Charlotte, NC and grew into a global movement.
With help from friends and family, they began organizing shoe donations and readying them for distribution in the local community.
They hosted shoe distributions were volunteers would wash the feet of recipients, taking that time to serve and encourage them, just as Dave had done to Manny and volunteers had done with Tracie in the Big Brothers Big Sisters program. The distributions began to grow and spread.
Today, through the efforts of Samaritan's Feet and its partners, millions of people have been served around the world with a pair of shoes and a message of hope.
And it all started with one person giving one child a new pair of shoes.


Program accomplishments

108 countries served
8,772,236 people served worldwide
530+ U.S. cities served


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