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===Purpose and Function===
===Purpose and Function===
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The [http://www.rpcv.org National Peace Corps Association] (formerly the National Council of Returned Peace Corps Volunteers) was founded in 1979 and incorporated in 1983 as the national association for the people who have served as volunteers and staff in the United States Peace Corps. The NPCA also welcomes the families and friends of the Peace Corps community to join as associate members. It is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization with over 12,000 members and 147 affiliated groups.
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The [http://www.peacecrpsconnect.org National Peace Corps Association] (formerly the National Council of Returned Peace Corps Volunteers) is the nation’s leading 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization connecting and championing Returned Peace Corps Volunteers and the Peace Corps community. It provides service and education opportunities that build on the Peace Corps experience, and is also the longest-standing advocate for an independent and robust Peace Corps. It was founded in 1979 and is headquartered in Washington, D.C. It is not a part of the United States Peace Corps, which is a federal agency.
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The NPCA and its affiliate groups produce global education programs and advocacy campaigns, and they provide community, national and international services. It is governed by a board of directors, and is managed by a professional staff with headquarters in Washington, DC. It is not a part of the United States Peace Corps, which is a federal agency.
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===Vision===
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The National Peace Corps Association strives for a world in peace, shaped by understanding and tolerance.
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The National Peace Corps Association envisions a more peaceful world shaped by greater cross-cultural understanding and lifelong engagement at home and abroad.
===Mission===
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The mission of the National Peace Corps Association is to lead the Peace Corps community and others to foster peace by working together in service, education and advocacy.
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The National Peace Corps Association connects and champions Peace Corps community members in “bringing the world home.
===Goals===
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* Promote the vitality of the Peace Corps and the application of its values
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* Develop essential networks and information resources for and about the Peace Corps community.
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* Establish the NPCA as the essential resource for and about the Peace Corps community
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* Provide National Peace Corps Association members and Groups with service and education opportunities that build on their Peace Corps experience and values.
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* Enable NPCA members to build upon and extend the Peace Corps experience and values by facilitating their engagement in global issues
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* Advocate for the Peace Corps and its values and for critical issues identified by National Peace Corps Association members.
===Affiliated Groups===
===Affiliated Groups===
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Over 150 Peace Corps alumni groups are affiliated with the NPCA. Most of the groups are based in local communities, and others are based on the country of Peace Corps service (called "Friends of" groups). In addition, some networks are based on shared interests. Groups promote global education, provide services in their communities and work with Peace Corps recruiting offices to support recently returned Peace Corps volunteers. Many support development projects overseas, and they sponsor forums and publications for information and issue discussions.
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Over 140 Peace Corps [http://www.peacecorpsconnect.org/resources/member-groups/ groups] are affiliated with the NPCA. Most of the groups are based in local communities, and others are based on the country of Peace Corps service (called "Friends of" groups). In addition, some networks are based on shared interests. Groups promote global education, provide services in their communities and work with Peace Corps recruiting offices to support recently returned Peace Corps volunteers. Many support development projects overseas, and they sponsor forums and publications for information and issue discussions.
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==Agency Funding==
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Source: [[FOIA_10065 | FOIA #10-065]]
Source: [[FOIA_10065 | FOIA #10-065]]
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==Salaries==
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==Guidestar Finanacial Documents==
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! '''Name '''<br> !! '''Position'''!! Average hours Worked !!2006<br> Reportable Compensation<br> from the Organization!!2007<br> Reportable Compensation<br> from the Organization!!2008<br> Reportable Compensation<br> from the Organization!! 2008 <br> Estimated Compensation <br>from Organizations and <br>related Organizations!!2009<br> Reportable Compensation<br> from the Organization!! 2009 <br> Estimated Compensation <br>from Organizations and <br>related Organizations
 
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|Kevin Quigley ||President|| 40 || $113,661|| $118,345 || $148,860 || $8,058 || $161,096 || $9,463
 
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|Anne Baker ||Vice President||40 ||$54,278 || $60,000 || $75,504 || $5,728 || $84,368 || $12,647
 
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*http://www.guidestar.org/FinDocuments//2006/581/431/2006-581431113-03714264-9.pdf
*http://www.guidestar.org/FinDocuments//2006/581/431/2006-581431113-03714264-9.pdf
*http://www.guidestar.org/FinDocuments//2007/581/431/2007-581431113-047bd8e2-9.pdf
*http://www.guidestar.org/FinDocuments//2007/581/431/2007-581431113-047bd8e2-9.pdf
*http://www.guidestar.org/FinDocuments//2008/581/431/2008-581431113-05a9527b-9.pdf
*http://www.guidestar.org/FinDocuments//2008/581/431/2008-581431113-05a9527b-9.pdf
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*http://www.guidestar.org/FinDocuments//2009/581/431/2009-581431113-06703be9-9.pdf
*http://www.guidestar.org/FinDocuments//2009/581/431/2009-581431113-06703be9-9.pdf
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==Revenue and Expenses==
 
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'''Revenue'''
 
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|Contributions || $689,099
 
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|Program Services || $276,894
 
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|Membership Dues || $211,640
 
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|Special Events || $0
 
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|11475 || $67,245
 
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'''Expenses'''
 
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|Program Services || $646,601
 
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|Administrative Costs || $144,148
 
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|Payments To Affiliates || $0
 
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|Total Expenses || $863,690
 
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Assets & Liabilities
 
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|Total Assets || $392,663
 
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|Total Liabilities || $179,247
 
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|Net Assets or Fund Balance at the end of year || $213,416
 
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*''Source: GuideStar, Search "NPCA" 990 FY 2009''
 
==Board of Directors==
==Board of Directors==
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For most up to date information, refer to the [http://www.peacecorpsconnect.org/about/board-of-directors/ NPCA website].
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|Jan Guifarro (Chair) || Colgate-Palmolive
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|Hope Johnson || Pyramid LLC
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|Joseph Hindman || International Development Executive
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|Jensy Patterson Richards || Teacher
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|Ben Bellows || Doctoral Candidate
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|Sharon Stash || Management Sciences for Health
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|Jan Guifarro || Colgate-Palmolive Company
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|Allegra Troiano|| ESL Consultant
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|Robert Graulich|| Former Energy Sector Executive
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|Sandra Lauffer || Former NGO Executive
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|Kevin Quigley|| National Peace Corps Association
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|David Magnani || EdAction Associates
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|Patricia Wand|| Zayad University
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|Michael Baldwin|| Attorney
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|Don Dakin || Attorney
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|Bruce McNamer|| TechnoServe
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|Mike Peter || Campus Advantage
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|Priscilla Goldfarb|| Consultant, Non-profit sector
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|James Gore || JBC International
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|Janet Greig || Former Insurance Industry Executive
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|Susan Solomon|| Sesame Street Workshop and WNYC
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==Former Board Members==
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|[[Chuck Ludlam]]
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|[[Aaron Williams]]
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==External Links==  
==External Links==  

Latest revision as of 20:21, 5 June 2013

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[edit] Purpose and Function

The National Peace Corps Association (formerly the National Council of Returned Peace Corps Volunteers) is the nation’s leading 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization connecting and championing Returned Peace Corps Volunteers and the Peace Corps community. It provides service and education opportunities that build on the Peace Corps experience, and is also the longest-standing advocate for an independent and robust Peace Corps. It was founded in 1979 and is headquartered in Washington, D.C. It is not a part of the United States Peace Corps, which is a federal agency.

[edit] Vision

The National Peace Corps Association envisions a more peaceful world shaped by greater cross-cultural understanding and lifelong engagement at home and abroad.

[edit] Mission

The National Peace Corps Association connects and champions Peace Corps community members in “bringing the world home.”

[edit] Goals

[edit] Affiliated Groups

Over 140 Peace Corps groups are affiliated with the NPCA. Most of the groups are based in local communities, and others are based on the country of Peace Corps service (called "Friends of" groups). In addition, some networks are based on shared interests. Groups promote global education, provide services in their communities and work with Peace Corps recruiting offices to support recently returned Peace Corps volunteers. Many support development projects overseas, and they sponsor forums and publications for information and issue discussions.

[edit] Agency Funding

NPCA receives part of it's finical support from Peace Corps. Records before 2003 don't exist. Below is the funding given by the Peace Corps to NPCA from 2003 to 2010. Grants are not included. Source: FOIA #10-065

Number
Description Supplier Supplier Site Currency Amount

PC-09-8-169 Worldview Ads (4) PCR National Peace Corps Assoc WASHINGTON WVM USD $10,720.00
PC-09-8-034 Worldview National Peace Corps Assoc WASHINGTON WVM USD $27,398.00
PC-08-5-010 National Peace Corps Assoc WASHINGTON WVM USD $75,000.00
PC-08-8-005 VRS Worldview Magazine National Peace Corps Assoc WASHINGTON USD $40,590.00
PC-07-6-021 NPCA Contract National Peace Corps Assoc WASHINGTON USD $100,000.00
PC-07-8-010 NPCA-Worldview Magazine National Peace Corps Assoc WASHINGTON USD $40,590.00
PC-06-6-028A NPCA Agreement National Peace Corps Assoc WASHINGTON USD $100,000.00
PC-06-8-016 Worldview Magazine National Peace Corps Assoc WASHINGTON USD $40,589.00
PC-05-6-016 NPCA agreement for FY2006 National Peace Corps Assoc WASHINGTON USD $99,994.00
PC-05-8-018 Worldview Magazine National Peace Corps Assoc WASHINGTON USD $32,256.00
PC-05-8-006 Worldview Magazine National Peace Corps Assoc WASHINGTON USD $9,163.00
PC-04-6-032 NPCA Contract National Peace Corps Assoc WASHINGTON USD $100,000.00
PC-04-8-051 Worldview Magazine National Peace Corps Assoc WASHINGTON USD $27,489.00
PC-04-8-012 Worldview Magazine Purchase National Peace Corps Assoc WASHINGTON USD $9,163.00
315030011250035 National Peace Corps Assoc WASHINGTON USD $205.69
03-726-2008-000 National Peace Corps Assoc WASHINGTON USD $68,318.75
03-726-2001-000 National Peace Corps Assoc WASHINGTON USD $9,163.00
Total $790,639.44

Source: FOIA #10-065

[edit] Guidestar Finanacial Documents

[edit] Board of Directors

For most up to date information, refer to the NPCA website.

[edit] External Links

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