Cornerstone Assistance Network

Fort Worth, TX

Founded: 1992

Tel: (817) 632-6005

Website: http://www.canetwork.org

Top LeaderMr. Mike Doyle

Donor Contact: Mr. Mike Doyle

Member Since: December 20, 2000


Financial Data

Revenue  
   Cash Donations $3,570,441
   Noncash Donations $86,807
   Other Revenue $836,126
   Total Revenue $4,493,374
Expenses  
   Total Expenses $4,044,892
Excess (or Deficit)
   for the Year
$448,482
Other $0
Total Change
   in Net Assets
$448,482
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Total Assets $6,056,324
Total Liabilities $94,965
Net Assets $5,961,359
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Cornerstone is a Christian nonprofit ministry, dedicated to sharing the love of Christ in practical ways, while empowering the local church and other Networking Partners to meet needs in their communities.

Cornerstone Assistance Network was established to meet the needs and restore the hope of individuals and families suffering under the burden of poverty. Cornerstone serves thousands each year with emergency food, clothing and furniture; free medical, educational and employment services. Cornerstone’s vision is to complete renovations and continue expanding and creating needed services. Please help us to complete Phase II of this project. An additional $2,766,000 will complete the renovation.
Cornerstone Health Services offers a free Medical Clinic serving the uninsured in Tarrant County. The newly expanded clinic provides non-emergency care to families ineligible to obtain healthcare through other services. The mission is to provide quality comprehensive healthcare to our patients, diabetic and healthy heart education, cooking classes and a fitness facility. Now available is a vision clinic for cataract and other eye procedures for Tarrant Co. residents.
Reentry Services Division is dedicated to serving men and women released from prison to Tarrant County. It provides case management and supportive services in order to transition previously incarcerated persons to the community through spiritual accountability by helping them attain self-sufficiency, improved relationships and personal responsibility. The Reentry Services team utilizes mentoring, supportive services, job training, job placement and transitional housing to accomplish this.
Provides emergency food, clothing, furniture and appliances through a voucher to the Cornerstone Thrift Store. The Thrift Store is open to the public as well as to clients, three days per week and serves as a job-training site for retail industry trainees.
Transitional and Permanent Housing is offered through scattered site housing which provides up to 24 months of rental and utility assistance to homeless families. All participants receive intensive case management services. The New Life Center offers 18 homeless men a seamless transition from rehabilitation services as they emerge from drug addiction. The Promise House offers housing to women as a part of re-entry services. The Housing Dept. builds low income housing for those who qualify.
  • Environment/Disaster/Relief
  • Ministry
  • Missions
  • Support Services (primary)
  • Financial Services
  • Prison and Post-Prison Ministry
  • Senior Care
  • Children's Ministry
  • Literacy Program
  • Relief and Development
  • Women's Ministry
  • Community Development
  • Medical, Dental and Health Services
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