Northside Outreach Center, Inc.
3076 Meadowbridge Road
P.O. Box 16129
Richmond VA 23222
Mission Statement Compelled by the love of God and the compassion of Christ, we are uniting those working in the community to bring positive and lasting change to Highland Park. Through dynamic partnerships we provide tutoring, mentoring, intentional discipleship and community outreach programs which meet the holistic needs of those we serve.
Web and Social Media
Back to School Event 2010
CEO/Executive Director Mr. Butch Johnson
Board Chair Ms. Mary Beth Heath
Board Chair Company Affiliation M. B. Hair
Contact Information
Address 3076 Meadowbridge Road
P.O. Box 16129
Richmond, VA 23222
Telephone 804 321-3181
Fax 804 321-3181
History and Background
Year of Incorporation 2005
Financial Summary
Revenue vs Expense Bar Graph - All Years
Expense Breakdown Bar Chart - All Years
Projected Revenue $127,821.00
Projected Expenses $54,015.00
Mission Compelled by the love of God and the compassion of Christ, we are uniting those working in the community to bring positive and lasting change to Highland Park. Through dynamic partnerships we provide tutoring, mentoring, intentional discipleship and community outreach programs which meet the holistic needs of those we serve.
In 2016 we were able to:
  1. Provide 100 full Thanksgiving meal boxes to low-income families in Highland Park through our food pantry.
  2. Provide high quality items at a low cost to hundreds of individuals in Highland Park through our Thrift Store.
  3. Enable 190 families to purchase over 700 brand new gifts at 80% off of their original retail price, through our Community Christmas Store.
  4. Partner with others in the community, including Boaz & Ruth, Youth Life Foundation of Richmond, and Richmond Guardian Angels to impact hundreds of lives and help bring positive, lasting change to Highland Park.
In 2015 we are:
  1. Continuing to raise funds for our building expansion project.
  2. Beginning construction of our new facility that will house many new and expanded programs to benefit the community.
  3. Assist in bringing unity and community back to Highland Park.
  4. Triple the number of youth that we are currently serving in our tutoring/mentoring programs.
  5. Increase our donations for operational support by 20% 
  6. Restock the teacher's supply room at Overby-Sheppard Elementary School with new school supplies and book bags in 2015.

  1. $750,000 to build an 9,000 sq. ft. community center that will house a full spectrum of services that we and our partners will deliver to improve the lives of Highland Park residents.
  2. Tutors/mentors to work with our elementary and middle school youth
  3. Volunteers for community outreach events and projects
  4. Our new upcoming after-school program will need a teacher. We need $40,000 for the teachers salary.
Background Since 2004, the Northside Outreach Center (NOC), a non-denominational Christian -based 501(c)3 organization, has been working in Highland Park within the Northside of Richmond by assisting low-income families, providing opportunities for underprivileged children, and revitalizing the local economy. In addition to providing a number of our own programs, the NOC leverages skills and services of other organization through formal and informal partnerships. We identify needs and build connections with community members, which in turn, enable other nonprofit organizations to provide services more effectively. The NOC's stable presence in the community positions us to serve the residents with consistency. We have seen that the commitment to stand by families who desire to make a better life for themselves and their children is making a lasting difference. We are committed to the improvement of the quality of life for the residents of Highland Park.
CEO Statement
The NOC is unique in that we are an on-the-ground resource connection for our community. We partner and network with other organizations working in the area to insure that no individual need is left unmet. We seek out those who are already successfully addressing various needs within the community, and whenever possible, work in partnership with those organizations, thereby eliminating any duplication of efforts.
Areas of Service
Areas Served
Richmond, City
Highland Park
Board Chair
Board Chair Ms. Mary Beth Heath
Company Affiliation M. B. Hair
Term Aug 2017 to Aug 2020
Board of Directors
Board Members
Mr. Michael Dodson Jr.Community Volunteer
Ms Mary Beth Heath Community Volunteer
Mr. Butch Johnson Northside Outreach Center
Mr. Dan Lapham Community Volunteer
Mr. Mark Ratliff CPA
Ms Jo White Community Volunteer
Board Demographics - Ethnicity
African American/Black 2
Asian American/Pacific Islander 0
Caucasian 3
Hispanic/Latino 0
Native American/American Indian 0
Board Demographics - Gender
Male 4
Female 1
Board Term Lengths 3
Board Term Limits 2
Written Board Selection Criteria? No
Written Conflict of Interest Policy? Yes
Percentage Making Monetary Contributions 100
Percentage Making In-Kind Contributions 100
Number of Full Board Meetings Annually 6
Standing Committees
Capital Campaign
Development / Fund Development / Fund Raising / Grant Writing / Major Gifts
Other Boards
The tables below contain information about other groups that advise this nonprofit on operations and projects.
Executive Director
Executive Director Mr. Butch Johnson
Butch Johnson is the Founder and CEO of the Northside Outreach Center. He has overseen the growth of the ministry from humble beginnings in 2004 to the summit of its current expansion.  He has over fifteen years experience in residential construction. Butch served as the general contractor during the renovation of our current facility and leads the property development project for the future Northside Outreach Community Center. He is active in all aspects of the Northside Outreach Ministry and is currently pursuing ministerial credentials from the Assemblies of God.


Prior to founding the Northside Outreach Center, Butch served the community for thirty years as a firefighter, officer, and chaplain with the Henrico County Fire Department. He now brings the same dedication, self-sacrificing heart, and concern for the well being of others to the residents of Richmond’s Northside. 

Full Time Staff 1
Volunteers 15
Retention Rate 100
Organization has a Fundraising Plan? Under Development
Organization has a Strategic Plan? Under Development
Management Succession Plan? No
Organization Policy and Procedures No
Nondiscrimination Policy No
Whistleblower Policy No
Document Destruction Policy No
Directors and Officers Insurance Policy No
The NOC believes strongly that there is power in unity and works in partnership with other organizations to maximize our efforts to effect change in our community. Our learning center and Youth Life at Night program are provided in partnership with the Youth Life Foundation of Richmond. This partnership brings a proven academic after school model to the Highland Park neighborhood. We also collaborate with several churches including Mechanicsville Christian Center and Fresh Anointing Cathedral to provide various community outreach events. Within the community we collaborate with other local non-profits including Boaz and Ruth and Saving Our Youth. In addition, we work with the Gang Reduction Intervention Program (GRIP), the local police force, the Richmond Truancy Department, and the staff at Overby Sheppard Elementary.
JSS is a discipleship program for at-risk teen girls. Through the development of close, continuous mentoring relationships, our ultimate goal is to enable these girls to see their true value through Jesus Christ and to develop healthy lifestyle habits and leadership skills. JSS is also designed to teach and encourage the girls to develop their God-given abilities and build self-esteem through scriptural truth.
Budget $1,000.00

Overcomers Outreach (OO) is a Christ-centered 12-step program for individuals affected by any type of addiction. Overcomers' mission is to bring the gospel of Jesus Christ to the hurting, and to meet human needs in His name.The support group participants, whatever their need, find the extra care and encouragement necessary to grow beyond the wounds of life’s battles, the difficulties in family relationships, the bondage of addictive habits and behaviors, and the isolation caused by shame. Our meetings are filled with the faith, hope, and love that only God can provide.

Budget $1,000.00
Description The Community Christmas Store provides parents and guardians with limited income the opportunity to purchase new toys and gifts for children in their care. The Northside Outreach Center asks churches to purchase new gifts to donate to the store. The gifts are priced at 20 percent of their purchase price. A Community Store is set up in a tent with gifts grouped by age-level. Shopper are greeted and checked in to ensure that they are from the neighborhood. The person is given two tickets for each child for whom they are shopping. A shopping guide volunteer works with the parent/guardian to select appopriate gifts. There are refreshments and music to make it a festive occasion. The shopper then checks out and pays for the gifts. Money received from the shoppers is used to purchase Christmas meals for families that cannot afford a holiday feast. This event relies heavily on volunteers, using about 50 to make sure the store is a success.
Budget $1,000.00
Description Takin' It To The Streets is our monthly community outreach! We pull out the grills, hand out delicious free food, and share the love of Jesus with anybody who happens to be walking by. We also provide games for the kids and time for parents, families, and individuals to relax and enjoy themselves in a safe, non-threatening environment. This event gives us an opportunity to serve our neighbors in a fun and practical way, and our partnering churches/organizations a way to connect to the community face-to-face. 
Population Served Families
Budget $800.00
Short Term Success 150-200 residents from Highland Park in attendance monthly. Individuals and families returning month-to-month and sharing their positive experience with others. Churches and other organizations volunteer to serve food and help with the event.
Long Term Success This program encourages safe, friendly community gatherings for the future. It will instill a sense of belonging and loyalty to Highland Park as individuals grow to know and love one another and their home. Churches and organizations from around Richmond will provide continual support for Highland Park because of their positive experience in the neighborhood and advocate for change and renewal.

The Highland Park food pantry is open on the 3rd Saturday of each month. Our close relationship with Destiny City Fellowship Church and our next door neighbor, Boaz and Ruth, allows us to provide the pantry as a registered partner of FeedMore. Residents from Highland Park who have registered with us, and meet the federal poverty standards, are able to come get the food that they need for free from the pantry. As with our other ministries, the food pantry is run solely by volunteers and depends heavily on the food and financial contributions of our partners to sustain it. Consider volunteering on a Saturday, or donating non-perishable food items to keep this vital resource fully stocked.

Population Served At-Risk Populations
Long Term Success

The food pantry assists this low income community with needed food which normally includes fresh meat as well.

CEO/ED/Board Comments
Our greatest opportunity is to reach more kids by bringing them into the after school programs we have in partnership with the Youth Life Foundation of Richmond. We are constantly approached by parents/grandparents in the community as to how they can get their kids into our program. Unfortunately we can not capitalize on this wonderful opportunity due to the limited space in our current facility. We are busting out at the seams as it is and have no ability to accomodate any more kids. We continue to seek partnerships within the Highland Park community that may allow us an opportunity to expand, but have thus far not been able to establish. Therefore, our emphasis is on developing the property we have acquired into a 8,000 sq. ft. community center which will not only provide enough space for us to expand, but will also be able to house new programs, either our own or through partnership with other organizations, that will address some of the unmet needs in our community.
Fiscal Year
Projected Revenue $127,821.00
Projected Expenses $54,015.00
Spending Policy N/A
Form 990s
IRS Letter of Exemption
Detailed Financials
Expense Allocation
Fiscal Year201620152014
Program Expense$55,351$45,020$23,583
Administration Expense$3,644$5,822$21,185
Fundraising Expense$2,015$4,613$5,862
Payments to Affiliates------
Total Revenue/Total Expenses2.313.732.45
Program Expense/Total Expenses91%81%47%
Fundraising Expense/Contributed Revenue2%3%7%
Assets and Liabilities
Fiscal Year201620152014
Total Assets$767,854$663,025$514,270
Current Assets$433,123$324,374$180,190
Long-Term Liabilities$57,121$57,121--
Current Liabilities$0$0$63,545
Total Net Assets$710,733$605,904$450,725
Short Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201620152014
Current Ratio: Current Assets/Current Liabilities----2.84
Long Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201620152014
Long-Term Liabilities/Total Assets7%9%0%
Capital Campaign
Currently in a Capital Campaign? Yes
Campaign Purpose We are raising funds for an 8,000 sq.ft. building that will become a vital community center in Highland Park. Based on the model of what used to be called Partnerships for Families Northside, this space will be used to increase the number of people served directly by Northside Outreach Center or by our partners. For example, our kitchen storage will double the number of families who receive food provided by FeedMore, one of our partners.
Goal $1,000,000.00
Dates Sept 2010 to Sept 2017
Amount Raised To Date $350,836.77
Capital Campaign Anticipated in Next 5 Years? Yes
State Charitable Solicitaions Permit
Solicitations Permit
Solicitations Permit 11/2016View
Solicitation Permit 11/2017View
Organization Comments
Since its founding, the NOC has relied on volunteer support in order to provide the programs and outreach to the community that we have. Because of this, our expenses for these programs is extremely low. Often we receive financial contributions to fund specific events. In addition, our learning center is operated in partnership with the Youth Life Foundation of Richmond, which provides the majority of the financial support to this program, including funding the teacher salaries. The NOC provides building space rent free for the learning center, as well as pays for all utilities incurred in its daily operation. The NOC also provides a volunteer base that works with the learning center kids as mentors and tutors.
Foundation Comments
  • Financial information provided from IRS 990s.
  • IRS 990s prepared by Overby & Woo, LLC.
  • Revenue from "Individuals" also includes support from foundations, corporations, and churches.
  • The organization does not conduct an audit at this time.
  • Profit and loss statements, prepared by the organization, are available for your review.