Can Zephir be trusted to manage anything?

Nov 27 2017

Candidate for State Senate Sue Chalifoux Zephir needs to explain some management decisions as Executive Director of the non-profit Ginny’s Helping Hand.

According to the IRS 990’s reports in 2015 while Zephir was Executive Director, Ginny’s Helping Hand had total expenses of $131,000 with over $64,000 going to salaries and staff compensation and only $18,000 going to ‘program expenses.  That’s about half of the money going to compensation and only 18% going to services.

From October 2013 to present, Chalifoux Zephir has been the Executive Director of Ginny’s Helping Hand, Inc., a nonprofit food pantry.

Here’s what’s in the 990 reports.

Fiscal Year Total Expenses Total Program Service Expenses Percent of Total Expenses
2015 $131,376 $23,781 18.1%
2014 $80,937 $23,127 28.5%

(Ginny’s Helping Hand Inc., 2015 990-EZ Form, ProPublica Website, Signed 6/16/16; Ginny’s Helping Hand Inc., 2014 990-EZ Form, ProPublica Website, Signed 6/11/15)

 

Fiscal Year Total Expenses Salaries, other compensation, & employee benefits Percent of Total Expenses
2015 $131,376 $64,459 49%
2014 $80,937 $17,916 22%

(Ginny’s Helping Hand Inc., 2015 990-EZ Form, ProPublica Website, Signed 6/16/16; Ginny’s Helping Hand Inc., 2014 990-EZ Form, ProPublica Website, Signed 6/11/15)

As President of Ginny’s Helping Hand, Chalifoux Zephir did not report any compensation.