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WebWhispers Semi-Annual Reports

WebWhispers officers are required by the bylaws to file semi-annual reports to the membership.  You will find the history of our growth in these current and past reports.

 

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2016 reports

 


WebWhispers, Inc. 

2016

 

 

Semiannual Officers' Report to the Membership

July 1 - December 31, 2016

 

 

President's Report: July 1 - December 31, 2016 – Tom Whitworth

MEMBERSHIP

We welcomed 105 new members in the past six months. WebWhispers ended 1996 with ten members and wrapped up 2016 with a total of 3675.

WHISPERS ON THE WEB, Our monthly newsletter

Though in several different names and formats over the years, what grew into our current monthly newsletter is now in its 22nd year!
Donna McGary is doing an excellent job as Managing Editor, as are Editor Jack Henslee and our entire team of writers, contributors, and columnists. We really appreciate the comments, accolades, and encouragement from our readers, and always welcome your input and suggestions.

Responses to our monthly Speaking Out question should go to : speakingout@webwhispers.org
For other comments and suggestions, email us at: editor@webwhispers.org

Personally, I often peruse our index of previous issues and highly recommend it.
The link to our index is: http://webwhispers.org/news/WotWIndex.asp

WEBSITE

Our website continues to generate a high volume of activity.
The top 10 search terms during this period were:
TEP Prothesis
Text to Speech
Stoma Covers and Patterns
Electrolarnyx
Hypothyroidism
Neck and Shoulder Dysfunctiontopics
Library
Post Laryngectomy
Stroke/Vascular issues related to radiation
Esophageal Speech

These and other topics comprised 45,036 search sessions.

WebWhispers continues to serve laryngectomees and others worldwide. Our site was visited most frequently from these ten locations:
United States
United Kingdom
Canada
Australia
India
Ireland
South Africa
Phillipines
New Zealand
Germany

ELECTIONS & OFFICERS


In November, Mike Rosenkranz was re-elected VP-Website Information, and Jack Henslee was elected VP-Finance & Admin.

Our current Board of Directors is as follows:

Tom Whitworth, President
Jack Henslee, VP- Finance & Admin
Jeff Vanden Hogen, VP- Internet Activities
Mike Rosenkranz, VP Website Information
Scott Sysum, VP- Member Services
Donna McGary, Director
Michael Csapo, Director
Terry Duga, Director

CRUISE

On October 2nd, thirteen of us set sail to the Carribean aboard Royal Carribean’s Freedom of the Seas. We will get some photos of the cruise posted to this report and elsewhere on the website soon. Information on future cruises will be publicized as they become available.

WW DINNER


Our annual dinner will take place in conjunction with the IALs Annual Meeting and Voice Institute this year in Newport News, VA June 14-17. All available information for this event is available on the IAL website, theial.com and we will be posting scholarship and dinner reservation information in the next few weeks. I do hope you can join us.

It is truly a pleasure and privilege to serve our community and I thank you for the opportunity to do so.

Tom Whitworth, President

 


 


VP Internet Activities: July 1 – December 31, 2016 – Jeff Vanden Hogen

EMAIL DISTRIBUTION LISTS:

On our Regular WW list, we have 214 active subscribers and 9 on the vacation list. Our Digest list consists of 1830 active subscribers and 42 on the vacation List. Total count of subscribers on these lists which we often refer to as “The Daily Whispers” totals 2095 unique email addresses. As usual the numbers would be considerably greater due to numerous shared email accounts.
Our Daily Whispers digest list still arrives in subscriber’s mailboxes twice daily on a typical day, whenever there is activity to trigger its release

If there is no activity, then no emails will be generated and/or distributed until activity is resumed.


During the period from July 1 through December 31, 2016, there were a total of 741 messages distributed on our “Daily Whispers” list which would average to be just around 4 messages a day.
Our announcement or “Notices List” currently has 840 subscribed enrolled in it. This list is for those who wish to be WebWhispers Membersyet do not wish to actively participate on our Daily Whispers List. The “Notices List” sends subscribers an announcement once or twice a month.

PROJECTS:

Now that the first of the year has arrived it’s time to start planning for the IAL. I started looking for a good deal on airfare and a shuttle serviceto and from the airport hopefully they have some sales coming up. We have a lot to do between now and June but with have Tom Olsavicky’sclub hosting the event things should go smooth.
My Eye Doctor for years said I had cataracts but it would be years before they would have to remove them, well when I could not tell him what the largest letter on the chart was with my right eye he said it is time. So, my computer time will be limited for a while.
Remember this year the IAL will be held June 14th to the 17th in Newport News VA. Tom Olsavicky local club will be the host club.

We hope to see you there.

LIST MANAGERS:

I would like to thank David Kinkead for the job he does he just spent 7 days in the hospital having his esophagus rebuilt so he can swallow and the day he got home he wrote and said he was ready take back his duties. I would like to thank Scott Sysum who is also going through some things yet keeps our Database up to date. I would like to thank Michael Csapo for being a backup and for being there when I need him.
If you have any list management questions, please address them to listmgr@webwhispers.org and we will do our best to answer them.

MODERATORS:

We presently have twelve moderators, who are receiving messages. Tom Olsavicky, our Chief Moderator, is much appreciated for his work in training new Moderators. setting up the monthly Moderating Schedules, and keeping our moderated List running smoothly.
All 12 moderators serve on the Moderator Advisory Committee. Any compliments, criticisms, suggestions or comments concerning the moderators may be addressed to moderator@webwhispers.org .
I would like to wish you all a Healthy and Prospers New Year. I hope to see you all at the IAL this June in Newport News, VA.
Sincerely,

Jeff Vanden Hogen – VP Internet Activities

 



VP Website Info – July 1, 2016 – December 31, 2016 - Mike Rosenkranz

WW Library – http://webwhispers.org/library/library.asp

THE WW Library has all the information you need on how to live following a laryngectomy. It will teach you the best way to continue to live a full life while you adapt to your new lifestyle. Volunteers have spent years compiling this information, so do not try to absorb it all at once.

It is best to set aside short periods of time in your daily schedule to visit, read and remember all this new information. Scroll down the left sideof any page, click on the subject of your choice and start reading. Ron Mattoon, our Library Chair, needs volunteers to contribute library items and to do the vital work of keeping our library updated.

Anyone with basic computer skills can join us in this effort. You can work at your own pace, and often on the very subjects that interest you the most.

To volunteer, please write to library@webwhispers.org

WW Forum: Click on http://forums.delphiforums.com/webwhispers/start to log into or join the WW Forum. When joining, you will choose your own

Forum ID and password. Save that information to your computer for fast Forum access.
From the earliest days, when Dutch founded WebWhispers, the Forum has been the main socializing area of our website. More recently, it has evolved into the place to post specific questions and problems. You will receive replies from those who have been on this journey before you. Get to know the Forum by reading the messages that are already there. Click reply at the bottom of any message to join that discussion. Start a new discussion by clicking

NEW in one of our sixteen folders. The joy of the Forum is that, unlike Facebook, when you want to look for an item, you will know exactly where to look every time. The Forum is our haven from that busy outside world. We invite you to join us, and make a visit to the Forum a daily habit.
William Cross is your Forum Host, ably assisted by John Isler, Anne Rinaldi Ammenti, and Mike Rosenkranz. Please send all questions, comments and suggestions to forummgr@webwhispers.org

The WebWhispers Facebook Group, our newest entity, is the most popular of our support venues. It has grown from only a few members only two years ago to the 657 we have today. When someone posts a request for help or support, or posts encouraging words of support or inspiration, we see an almost instant response which quickly grows into a steady stream of responses. You will have support even in the middle of the night.
We are a Secret Facebook Group. Our Group, and its members cannot be seen by anyone who is not a member. What is said within the Group remains within the Group. This allows our members to talk about their most intimate feelings when seeking support in the fight against cancer that is so much a part of our lives.

The one problem we have is adding new members to our Secret Facebook Group. New laryngectomees and caregivers surfing the Internet cannot see our secret Group. We ask every laryngectomee and caregiver to tell all others about our Group and how to join. To join us,

SEND A FRIEND REQUEST AND FB MESSAGE to one of our administrators at the FB page of William Cross at william.cross.752, Shmuel Mitchell, John Isler or Anne Rinaldi Ammenti. Tell us if you've had cancer, (details please), or are a caregiver or professional.

Please include your email address. Thank you for getting involved.

Respectfully submitted,
Mike Rosenkranz, VP Website Information

 


 

 

VP Member Services: June 30, 2016 – January 1, 2017 - Scott Sysum
SalesForce Database Records - Stop Date Jan 1, 2017


Account Name: I-CRG (3 records)
Account Name: I-MED (1 record)
Account Name: I-PAT (44 records)
Account Name: I-SLP (3 records)
Account Name: N-CRG (258 records)
Account Name: N-FOW (15 records)
Account Name: N-MED (23 records)
Account Name: N-PAT (702 records)
Account Name: N-SLP (187 records)
Account Name: N-VEN (15 records)
Account Name: W-CRG (364 records)
Account Name: W-FOW (1 record)
Account Name: W-MED (30 records)
Account Name: W-PAT (1,779 records)
Account Name: W-SLP (205 records)
Account Name: W-VEN (45 records)

Grand Totals (3,675 records)

I - is Inactive
N - is on Notices List and received infrequent reports
W - is on one of the WebWhispers list and received emails daily.

THANK YOU DONATION LETTERS

Jody Black is helping with the Sustaining Members list and also with Neckbreather pins provided by Bruce Medical to those donating $15 or more.

Marilou Percival continues to do an excellent job with our donor thank you and confirmation letters.

BROCHURES

Harry and Gail Jensby are sending out brochures upon request and do an incredible job with a quick response time, often the following day.

We seem to have a run on brochures lately and provided 150 to the recent event at MD Anderson. It is my understanding that all were used.

LOAN CLOSET

Carol and Roger Johnson are continuing excellent work running our loan closet and being sure those who need to borrow an instrument can get one.

We currently have a good inventory of ELs available.

Scott Sysum. VP Member Services Jan 5, 2017

 



VP of Finance and Administration - Financial Report July 1, December 31, 2016 - Jack Henslee

First let me say that it is certainly an honor to be elected as your VP of Finance and Administration. The report below is the semi-annual financial report which covers the last 6 months of 2016. All of the bank balances and the table below represent our QuickBooks record as of December 31, 2016.
Our fiscal year 2016 bottom line was a net profit of $777 thanks to some generous end of year donations. All revenue received last year was from the donations of our members and other supporters, with exception of payments for the annual WW dinner. A big thank you to all of you that helped support us.

Wells Fargo Checking- $12,592.86
Wells Fargo Savings-available funds $30,922.32
The savings account also includes these special funds:
Dutch Helms Emergency Fund - $10,666.10
Buck Martin Bequest - $7,750

WebWhispers, Inc.
Statement of Activity
July - December, 2016

Revenue

Donations 4,710.21
IAL Dinner 300.00
Non Profit Income 0.00
PayPal Income 361.21
Refunds-Allowances 3.85
Sales 0.00
Uncategorized Revenue 792.75
Unrestricted Donations 498.79
WW 2016 Dinner 87.72

Total Revenue $ 6,754.53
Gross Profit $ 6,754.53

Expenditures

Bank Charges 18.00
Mail List 569.85
Office Expenses 262.27
PayPal Fees 10.43
Postage 9.07
Shipping 268.91
Software 9.99
Travel 66.90
Uncategorized Expenditure 516.69
Web Hosting 345.00

Total Expenditures $ 2,077.11
Net Operating Revenue $ 4,677.42
Other Revenue
Interest Earned 6.25
Total Other Revenue $ 6.25

Other Expenditures

Reconciliation
Discrepancies 221.50

Total Other Expenditures $ 221.50

Net Other Revenue $ 215.25

Net Revenue $ 4,462.17

 

Semiannual Officers' Report to the Membership
January 1 - June 30, 2016


President's Report: January 1 - June 30, 2016 – Tom Whitworth


WHISPERS ON THE WEB

Things in general became challenging for us when we lost Pat and we continue to handle that as best we can. As hard as Pat strived to pass down things to us, she nor any of us knew that her passing was eminent. Among these challenges, she was one of only three that could post to our website, including the newsletter. Due to an issue with our software company, we got down to only one person with access to website posting, that being Ron Matoon. For the months of March and April, Ron personally entered all website updates and our issues of WotW. I refuse to consider where we would have been without Ron’s dedication to keeping us afloat. We are in the process of replacing the cause of that problem and now have both Stacy and Ron operational for the time being. Donna McGary is now Managing Editor of Whispers on the Web, with Jack Henslee, Editor and coordinator of Speaking Out. Kim Almand is coordinator of the monthly professional column, VoicePoints. Other monthly contributors, Len Hynds, the British poet, and Noirin Sheahan, a fabulous writer in Ireland. Frank Klett continues to share information on the technology front and also works with the WW Forum to answer questions about computers. My column, the Scuttlebutt, so far is truly ship on a variable course. We have others who write for us occasionally and we always welcome new contributors. We publish the newsletter, the first of every month.
WEBMASTER
For the first 6 months of the year, our website had 127,300 page views, an average of more than 21,000 hits per month. The most frequent information sought is indicated below:

Hypothyroidism - 8,325 TEP Prosthesis - 6,779 Suppliers - 5,813

Text to Speech - 4,828 Electrolarynx - 4,608 Neck & Shoulder Dysfunction - 4,406

Stoma Covers & Patterns – 4,405


Stoma Covers and patterns is still a very popular part of our site.


ELECTIONS & OFFICERS
The election will be coming up in November and notices will be on the list regarding any offices being voted on. All sustaining members are eligible to vote in our elections.

WW AT THE IAL
This year, the IAL ANNUAL MEETING AND VOICE INSTITUTE , co-sponsored by the TEXAS LARYNGECTOMEE ASSOCIATION (TLA) was held in June in Dallas, TX. The reception for the 17th Annual WW Dinner, hosted by Richard Najarian of Bruce Medical was wonderful, as always, and we seated 96 for dinner. We recognized the efforts of 28 officers, volunteers, and vendors, with award plaques. Guests of honor were Scott & Ruthie Schram, son and daughter-in-law of Pat Sanders. Scott was our guest speaker and presented a delightful slide show as he spoke with a theme of things you may not have known about Pat Sanders. His presentation proved that our dear Pat was even more of a servant than any of us ever knew.
Our WW Table was well placed in front of the IAL registration room and donned a brand new tablecloth with our logo that looked really good, thanks to Jeff Vanden Hogen. We had enough room to visit with several members and guests at the same time and ours became a quite popular gathering area, at times. Plenty of promotional items were available for our contributors, including a sharp new WW briefcase that Jeff also had developed for us.
The table was consistently staffed with volunteers from our leadership, including David Kinkead, Jeff Vanden Hogen, Jack Henslee, Donna McGary and yours truly. It is always a pleasure to meet new members and visit with vendors and other old friends at events like this.
WebWhispers was well represented at the meeting of delegates held Saturday morning, our delegation being eight of the twenty present. The official announcement was made that IALs AM/VI for next year will take place in Newport News, VA in mid-June. More will be published on that as details become available.
This past Spring, we welcomed two new members to our board of directors. Jack Henslee is now our VP- Finance, and Donna McGary also joined our board, both being elected by the existing board to fill vacancies. We currently have eight slots filled of our total of nine available. We welcome your help.
Tom Whitworth, President

January 1- June 30, 2016 – Jeff Vanden Hogen


EMAIL DISTRIBUTION LISTS:

On our Regular WW list we have 220 active subscribers and 9 on the vacation list. Our Digest list consists of 1795 active subscribers and 30 on the vacation List. Total count of subscribers on these lists which we often refer to as “The Daily Whispers” totals 2054 unique email addresses. As usual the numbers would be considerably greater due to numerous shared email accounts.
Our Daily Whispers digest list still arrives in subscriber’s mailboxes twice daily on a typical day, whenever there is activity to trigger its release. If there is no activity, then no emails will be generated and/or distributed until VP Internet Activities: January 1 activity is resumed.
During the period of time from January 1 through June 30, 2016, there were a total of 642 messages distributed on our “Daily Whispers” list which would average to be just around 3 ½ messages a day.
Our announcement or “Notices List” currently has 844 subscribed enrolled in it. This list is for those who wish to be WebWhispers Members yet do not wish to actively participate on our Daily Whispers List. The “Notices List” sends subscribers an announcement once or twice a month.


PROJECTS:
One of the projects we had in the first six months of this year was getting things ready for the IAL. I think we all underestimated the things Pat did to getting ready for this event. So between Donna McGary, Tom Whitworth, and myself (it took three of us to do what Pat took care of) we pulled it off. Scott and Ruthie Schram (Pat’s son and daughter in law) were at the dinner and Scott gave a touching Slide show of his mother’s life. Next year the IAL will be held June 14th to the 17th in Newport News VA. Tom Olsavicky local club will be the host club. We hope to see you there.


LIST MANAGERS:
I would like to thank List Manger David Kinkead for taking over the List Manager duties, David is doing the New Member applications and helping were he can. And Scott Sysum who is entering new member data in our Database along with also being our VP-Member Services. I would like to thank Michael Csapo who also receive List Manager emails and is there to back up as needed.


MODERATORS:
We presently have nine moderators, who are receiving messages. Tom Olsavicky, our Chief Moderator, is much appreciated for his work in training new Moderators. setting up the monthly Moderating Schedules, and keeping our moderated List running smoothly.
All 9 moderators serve on the Moderator Advisory Committee. Any compliments, criticisms, suggestions or comments concerning the moderators may be addressed to moderator@webwhispers.org .
I am truly blessed to be able to serve as your VP Internet Activities the last six months, and looking forward to the next six. Enjoy the rest of the summer. It is going fast and so is the rest of 2016. The IAL June 2017 will be in Newport News VA. and I hope to see you all there.


Sincerely,
Jeff Vanden Hogen – VP Internet Activities

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BOD & List Manager January 1 – June 30, 2016 – Michael Csapo


Greetings Webbies!
Medical issues in the form of a brain aneurysm late in January have forced me to scale back in my participation as list manager. I am recovering fairly well with high function but some days are still considerably far more difficult than others. Most of my sight has returned but I still have issues with balance and stability which I hope in time will continue to improve. Either way, it is good to awaken every morning to a new day, even with all the challenges which may materialize.
Today, I remain attached to WebWhispers as a Board Member and I am thankful to possess the ability to contribute to the board in an advisory capacity. Seems the years I have served as a volunteer in various positions have blessed me with a great knowledge of the history of WebWhispers. I was fortunate to have been trained by our founder "Dutch" who had the vision to create WebWhispers and I believe he would be proud of how WebWhispers has evolved. Many volunteers have worked and continue to work diligently to keep WebWhispers going and they deserve much praise for their efforts as we evolve with the times and advancements in technology.
I would like to once again take this opportunity to welcome our new members with hopes they will find our website and membership privileges as beneficial as I did when I first became a laryngectomee and a WW member nearly 16 years ago.
If I/we can ever assist you with concerns over navigating our site or other membership related matters, simply send an email to:
listmgr@webwhispers.org

I may also be reached privately at:

mcsapo58@gmail.com

Sincerely,

~Michael Csapo


________________________________________

VP Member Services: January 1 - June 30, 2016 - Scott Sysum

SUMMARY REPORT - DATABASE
Account Name: I-CRG (1 record)
Account Name: I-PAT (24 records)
Account Name: I-SLP (2 records)
Account Name: N-CRG (259 records)
Account Name: N-FOW (15 records)
Account Name: N-MED (23 records)
Account Name: N-PAT (705 records)
Account Name: N-SLP (187 records)
Account Name: N-VEN (15 records)
Account Name: W-CRG (345 records)
Account Name: W-FOW (1 record)
Account Name: W-MED (27 records)
Account Name: W-PAT (1,721 records)
Account Name: W-SLP (201 records)
Account Name: W-VEN (44 records)

Grand Totals (3,570 records)


I - is Inactive
N - is on Notices List and received infrequent reports
W - is on one of the WebWhispers list and received emails daily. TAX DEDUCTIBLE AND

THANK YOU DONATION LETTERS
Jody Black is helping with the Sustaining Members list and also with Neckbreather pins provided by Bruce Medical to those donating $15 or more. Marilou Percival continues to do an excellent job with our donor thank you and confirmation letters.
BROCHURES
Harry and Gail Jensby are sending out brochures upon request and do an incredible job with a quick response time, often the following day. We seem to have a run on brochures lately and provided 150 to the recent event at MD Anderson. It is my understanding that all were used.
LOAN CLOSET
Carol and Roger Johnson are continuing excellent work running our loan closet and being sure those who need to borrow an instrument can get one. We currently have a good inventory of ELs available.


Scott Sysum. VP Member Services


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VP Website Info – January 1, 2016 - June 30, 2016 - Mike Rosenkranz

WW Library – http://webwhispers.org/library/library.asp
THE WW Library has the finest and most comprehensive information on how to live following a laryngectomy. You need go no further than these pages to learn the best way to adapt to your new lifestyle and to live a full life as a member of the hole-in-the-neck club. Volunteers have spent countless hours and many years compiling and categorizing this vast abundance of knowledge. All you have to do is allocate time in your daily schedule to absorb that information. Create the habit of visiting and reading. You are the one who can best decide how much time to allocate from your daily schedule.
The library is very well organized, and broken down by category, which makes it a simple matter to find the information you need. To access the library, simply go to http://webwhispers.org/library/library.asp. Scroll down the left side of the page and click on the subject of your choice.
Ron Mattoon, our Library Chair, has created and added slide-show pictures of all of the past WW cruises. Click on http://webwhispers.org/activities/ww-cruises.asp Ron has worked on several other sections to rearrange and add information and photos. We need more volunteers to contribute library items, to gather hints from the mail-list, to do the vital work of keeping our library updated. Anyone who has basic computer skills can join us in this effort. VOLUNTEERS are the key to the survival and growth of our library. You can work at your own pace, and often on the very subjects that interest you the most. To volunteer, please write to us at library@webwhispers.org

WW Forum: Click on http://forums.delphiforums.com/webwhispers/start to log into or join the WW Forum. When joining, you will choose your own Forum ID and password. Save that information to your computer and you will never forget them.
From the earliest days, when Dutch founded WebWhispers, the Forum has been the main socializing area of our website. More recently, it has evolved into the place to post specific questions and problems, knowing you will receive answers from those who have been on this journey before you. Get to know us by reading the messages that are already there. Join any discussion by clicking Reply at the bottom of the message. Do you have a question/problem? Start a new discussion by clicking NEW in one of our sixteen folders. After you post your new message, you will receive multiple replies, The Forum is our haven from that busy outside world. We invite you to join us, and make a visit to the Forum a daily habit.
I have been your Forum Host for the past six years, ably assisted by William Cross and John Isler. William Cross is your new Forum Host, and John and I will continue to be on hand to assist you.
Send your questions, comments and suggestions to forummgr@webwhispers.org Your message will be acted on promptly.

The WebWhispers Facebook Group is our newest entity, and it is now the most popular of our support venues. Our many members on Facebook continually monitor our Facebook Group. When someone posts a request for help or support, or posts encouraging words of support or inspiration, we invariably see an almost instantaneous reply from a few members, which quickly grows into a steady stream of responses. We are a Secret Facebook Group and cannot be seen by anyone who is not a member. This means that everything said within the Group remains within the Group, and allows our members to talk about their most intimate feelings when seeking support in the fight against cancer that is so much a part of our lives.
That brings us to the one problem we have, which is adding new members to our Secret Facebook Group. Since laryngectomees and caregivers surfing the Internet cannot see our secret group, we ask every laryngectomee we know to tell all others about our Group and how to join. To join the Group, send a friend request to the FB Page of John Isler or William Cross at william.cross.752 or Shmuel Mitchell. Also, send a separate message to their FB page to tell us if you are a caregiver, cancer survivor, or laryngectomee.

Thank you for getting involved!

Respectfully submitted,
Mike Rosenkranz, VP Website Information

Financial Report January 1 - June 30, 2016 - Tom Whitworth

What a pleasure it has been to meet so many of you, whether online or at the IAL Annual Meeting & Voice Institute. The information, encouragement, and support provided by WebWhispers is priceless to me and I am proud of what we do for so many every day. Thank you for allowing me to serve.
As of June 30, 2015, WebWhispers bank balances were as follows:
Wells Fargo Checking- $ 6,822.88
Wells Fargo Savings-available funds $30,916.07
The savings account also includes these special funds:
Dutch Helms Emergency Fund= $10,666.10
Interest Earned= $7.49
Balance= $10,658.61
Buck Martin Bequest
Balance= $8,500.00

Income:
Donations $4,700.52
Dinner $2,770.00

Total = $7,470.52
Expenses:
Web Hosting/ Site Maintenance $ 759.00
ISP Charges $ 490.00
Delphi Forum $ 39.50
Phone Charges $ 600.00
PayPal fees $ 124.65
Office Supplies $ 128.83
PO Box /Postage $ 150.52
Software & Eqpt $ 368.95
Promotional Items $ 554.51
IAL Membership Dues $ 175.00
Buck Martin Scholarships $ 750.00
IAL Table/Expenses $1,700.00
WW Dinner @ The IAL $2,879.82
Awards $ 327.41

A charitable organization, WebWhispers operates with an all-volunteer staff and is sustained by financial contributions mainly from our membership.
Donations may be made on-line using Visa, MasterCard or Discover thru PayPal:
http://www.webwhispers.org/donations/online-donations.asp
Checks should be made payable to WebWhispers, Inc. and mailed to:
WebWhispers, Inc.
P.O. Box 1275
Powder Springs, GA 30127

Respectfully,

Tom

NOTE: Jack Henslee is our new VP- Finance and will be doing this in the future.

 

 


 

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