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National Relief Charities (NRC)

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NRC was a food bank based in Addison, TX that was founded in 1989. As of 2015 they had $42 million in revenue and $20 million in assets.

National Relief Charities has been serving Native Americans for nearly 25 years. They are the only Native-serving charity to work on about 65 reservations year-round.

Previous legal names or variations of their name include: American Indian Relief Council.

National Relief Charities (NRC) appears to no longer be active. It has probably been dissolved or terminated. The IRS revoked this organization's federal tax exemption on 2017-05-15, for not filing a Form 990-series annual return or notice for three consecutive tax years.
EIN:
58-1888256
City:
State:
Metro:
Website:
Phone:
(800) 416-8102
Facebook:
Twitter:
Founded:
1989
Type:
501(c)(3)
NTEE:
Revenue:
$42,043,036
Assets:
$20,991,748
Employees:
123
Fiscal year end:
December
Revenue trends:
Asset trends:

Program areas at NRC

HEALTH: PURPOSE OF THE PROGRAM: To support preventative care and health education initiatives by reservation programs serving tribal members, and to help them motivate healthy involvement in community service. SITUATION: The people NRC serves on remote and isolated reservations rely on limited Indian Health Services (IHS) for medical care. Transportation is a major problem because of the long distances to clinics and the lack of transportation. Severely underfunded and understaffed for the size and location of the populations it serves, IHS focuses on healthcare crises rather than preventive care. Due to higher infant mortality, lower life expectancy, diabetes at epidemic levels, tuberculosis seven times higher for Native Americans, and cancer-related disparities higher than for any minority group in the U.S., NRC supports reservation programs that address preventative and long-term healthcare needs. In addition, a long history of oppression has contributed to the limited view of opportunities many Native Americans envision ...

HOLIDAY: PURPOSE OF THE PROGRAM: To help our reservation partners spread community cheer and participation at times when many families are experiencing more stress and disenfranchisement. SITUATION: Native American Elders and children on the reservations assisted by NRC are certainly aware of holidays celebrated across the U.S., but frequently their families cannot afford special holiday gifts or extras. Up to 43% of Native American children live in poverty, many of them raised by grandparents on severely limited, fixed incomes. Poverty rates on the 60 reservations served by NRC range from 38% to 63%. NRC RESPONSE: During the 2014 holidays, 50,225 children, teens and Elders received holiday gift stockings filled with practical items to meet immediate needs, and 14,916 children and families received incentives and prizes when they came together to participate in spring, Easter and other community gatherings. These types of holiday events also help partners and local volunteers develop ...

FOOD & WATER: PURPOSE OF THE PROGRAM: To ease food insecurity among Native American Elders, children and families on the reservations we serve. SITUATION: Nearly one in four (23%) Native American households experience low food security, meaning not enough food quality, variety, or desirability of dietary intake. Because low food security is an everyday issue on the reservations NRC serves, nutrition-related disease rates are high. Contaminated drinking water is also an issue in many of the communities served by NRC. Although many food banks operate within NRC's service area, a study by America's Second Harvest shows that the majority of food banks lack an adequate supply of food to meet demand. NRC RESPONSE: NRC helped meet immediate needs by increasing our overall food support again in 2014. Our food boxes helped food pantries feed 66,376 people. NRC supplied staple foods for Elderly Nutrition Programs and soup kitchens, feeding an additional ...

Form 990s for NRC

Fiscal year endingDate received by IRSFormPDF link
2015-06Dec 16, 2015990View PDF
2014-12Jul 22, 2015990View PDF
2013-12Oct 21, 2014990View PDF
2012-12Jan 13, 2014990View PDF
2011-12Oct 22, 2012990View PDF
...and five more Form 990 PDFs

Financials for NRC

Field2014
Total grants, contributions, etc.$41,545,002
Program services$0
Investment income and dividends$4,309
Tax-exempt bond proceeds$0
Royalty revenue$0
Net rental income$0
Net gain from sale of non-inventory assets$0
Net income from fundraising events$0
Net income from gaming activities$0
Net income from sales of inventory$0
Miscellaneous revenues$493,725
Total revenues$42,043,036

Vendors for NRC

VendorServicesAmount paidDate
BlackbaudFundraising software; CRM software; Marketing software2020-09-07
██████Fundraising software; Payment processing2020-09-07
█████████Content management system software2020-09-07
█████████ ████████Software2020-09-07
███ ███Tax accounting2015-07-22
██ ██████ █████Credit Card Services$669,4442014-12-01
██████████████ ███████████ ██ ███████Printing$1,732,0072014-12-01
█████████ ██████████Printing$1,492,0002014-12-01
...and three more vendors

Personnel at NRC

NameTitleCompensationMost recent data
Mario PorroChief Financial Officer$142,011Sept. 18, 2017
Rodney TrahanVice President - - Development / Board Member$0Sept. 18, 2017
███████ █████Fundraising Director$126,848Sept. 18, 2017
████ ████Development Director-Sept. 18, 2017
████ █████Human Resources Director$117,243Sept. 18, 2017
█████ █████Public Relations Manager-Sept. 18, 2017
█████ ████████Chairman$0Aug. 8, 2019
█████ ████████Secretary$0Aug. 8, 2019
█████ ████ ████████NRC President$225,846Sept. 18, 2017
█████ ████Chairman of the Board$0Sept. 18, 2017
...and four more key personnel

Peer food banks and pantries

 NameTypeRevenueLocation
1Food For The Hungry501(c)(3)$125 millionPhoenix, AZ
2Partnership With Native Americans501(c)(3)$27 millionAddison, TX
3Islamic Relief USA501(c)(3)$106 millionAlexandria, VA
4Central Texas Food Bank501(c)(3)$95 millionAustin, TX
5High Plains Food Bank501(c)(3)$17 millionAmarillo, TX
6Regional East Texas Food Bank501(c)(3)$32 millionTyler, TX
7South Plains Food Bank (SPFB)501(c)(3)$16 millionLubbock, TX
8Tarrant Area Food Bank (TAFB)501(c)(3)$65 millionFort Worth, TX
9North Texas Food Bank501(c)(3)$142 millionPlano, TX
10San Antonio Food Bank (SAFB)501(c)(3)$150 millionSan Antonio, TX
11West Texas Food Bank (WTFB)501(c)(3)$12 millionOdessa, TX
12World Food Program USA (WFP)501(c)(3)$18 millionWashington, DC
13Sacramento Food Bank and Family Services501(c)(3)$49 millionSacramento, CA
14The Action Center501(c)(3)$11 millionLakewood, CO
15Community Action Partnership of San Bernardino County (CAPSBC)501(c)(3)$35 millionSan Bernardino, CA
16Community Action Partnership of Orange County (CAPOC)501(c)(3)$33 millionGarden Grove, CA
17Freestore Foodbank501(c)(3)$58 millionCincinnati, OH
18Operation Homefront501(c)(3)$45 millionSan Antonio, TX
19Caritas of Waco501(c)(3)$15 millionWaco, TX
20Society of St Vincent de Paul Archdiocese of Galveston Houston501(c)(3)$14 millionHouston, TX
21Lions Clubs International Foundation (LCIF)501(c)(3)$66 millionOak Brook, IL
22Mercy Without Limits501(c)(3)$19 millionOverland Park, KS
23Life For Relief and Development501(c)(3)$19 millionSouthfield, MI
24Iris Global501(c)(3)$11 millionRedding, CA
25International Orthodox Christian Charities (IOCC)501(c)(3)$38 millionBaltimore, MD