ASU Not for Profit Accounting Voluntary Health and Welfare Organization Report
- January 30, 2022/ Uncategorized
Your city has a voluntary health and welfare organization (VHWD) that provides musical opportunities for inner-city youth. It does not use fund accounting, but it does identify all revenues by their net asset class. The following transactions have occurred in the past year:
The VHWD received gift pledges from donors in the amount of $25,000, which were to be used however they were needed. History shows that 95% of the pledges were collected.
After 1 month, $24,000 of the pledges was collected. There was $1,000 written off as uncollectible.
The VHWD received a gift of 1,000 shares of stock. The donor of the gift of shares stated that the money was to be used to buy musical instruments for the program.
- Fair value of the stock on the date of the gift was $15 per share.
Sale of the stock yielded $17,000.
The VHWD purchased 2 violins at the cost of $2,000 each, 2 cellos for $3,000 each, and a small harp for $5,000 for the program, using the proceeds from the stock sale.
- The VHWD billed the city for $5,000 of contracted costs.
- The VHWD spent $10,000 on the following:
- Instrument maintenance
- Administrative expense
Please make a journal entry for each of the transactions. The main areas for information on financial reporting for not-for-profit organizations (NFPOs) and VHWOs can be found in Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) statements 116 and 117. For your VHWO, you will have to make an additional report that is not required for NFPOs.