SENIOR HOUSING CRIME PREVENTION FOUNDATION INC | CRA PARTNERS

MEMPHIS, TN | Shelby County
CRA Category: Community Services

CRA Overview

Community Services
NTEE Code
I20
NTEE Category
I - Crime, Legal Related
NTEE Description
Crime Prevention
IRS Activity Codes
Not Applicable
NAICS Code
541199
NAICS Category
All Other Legal Services
CDFI
No
NMTC Recipient
No
LIHTC Recipient
No
SBA SBIC
No
HUD Counseling Agency
No

CRA Alignment

LowHigh
Affordable Housing

Economic Development

Revitalize/Stabilize

Community Services to LMI Individuals

Services in LMI Areas

CRA Programs & Services Overview

COVID-19 RESPONSE & RECOVERY EFFORTS

Community Services to LMI Individuals
Elder Abuse Prevention
National

Through their Senior Sentry program, helps to prevent elder abuse and other scams that affect senior citizens and senior housing residents, including scams related to COVID-19 relief and support.

SENIOR CRIMESTOPPERS PROGRAM

Community Services to LMI Individuals
LMI Senior Housing Residents
National

Senior Crimestoppers is a nationwide program safeguarding senior housing residents (along with their family members, visitors, and facility staff) against theft, abuse, neglect, fraud, financial exploitation, and other crimes and harmful conduct. It currently serves senior living facilities in nursing homes, HUD communities, state Veterans homes, as well as assisted living and independent living communities throughout the nation. For facilities that have 51% or more Medicaid-certified or LMI residents, Senior Crimestoppers is funded completely by the banking industry through SHCPF’s CRA Partners program. Key program components include a toll-free Tips Line for anonymous crime/incident reporting, personal in-room lockboxes for each resident, sponsor bank’s charter plaque and crime awareness signage placed throughout the facility, and continuing education for facility management and staff.

WISH COMES TRUE PROGRAM

Community Services to LMI Individuals
LMI Senior Housing Residents
National

This program grants a lifelong or current wish for one or more residents at a bank sponsored facility. Gifts may include travel expenses for visiting loved ones, construction of a wheelchair-accessible garden, purchasing a new motorized wheelchair, purchase of a video gaming system for the common area, or a field trip to an athletic or cultural event.

TIME OF YOUR LIFE PROGRAM

Community Services to LMI Individuals
LMI Senior Housing Residents
National

This entertainment program provides senior housing venues with a first-class event for residents, staff, family members and other invited guests. The video presentation, which can be introduced by a sponsor bank’s representative, invokes memories from the past and attendees a chance to relive some of the more prominent events from our elders’ heyday.

IRS Information

Organization Type
Corporation
Basis for Foundation/Public Charity Status
Organization which receives a substantial part of its support from a governmental unit or the general public 170(b)(1)(A)(vi)
Affiliation Classification
Independent Organization
Ruling Date
2004-03
Deductibility Status
Deductible
Organization Tax Filing Status
990 (all other) or 990EZ return
Foundation Tax Filing Status
990-PF not required by IRS
Last Year Taxes Filed
2018

Nonprofit Location

5100 POPLAR AVE STE 711
MEMPHIS, TN 38137
Shelby County
32820
MSA/CBSA
47
State
157
County
0096.00
Tract
Upper
Income Level
MSA/CBSA Title
Memphis, TN-MS-AR
Metro or Micro
Metropolitan Statistical Area
Metropolitan Division Title
-
CSA Title
Memphis-Forrest City, TN-MS-AR
LMI Census Tract
No
Underserved Area
No
Distressed Area
No
Poverty
Unemployment
Population Loss
Opportunity Zone
No
Majority Minority Census Tract
No
10.64%

Geography Demographics | Census Tract 0096.00

Total Persons
5,261
Total Households
2,040
Median Age
46
Total Minority
560
Total Seniors (65+)
1133
2010 MSA Median Family
$58,214
2019 Est. MSA MFI from Census
$63,700
2019 Est. MSA MFI from FFIEC
$63,700
2010 Tract Median Family
$128,047
Tract Income %
219.95%
Self-Employed Households
418
Unemployed %
2.25%
Below Poverty %
6.69%
Households with Public Assistance
0
Total Housing Units
2,154
Median Home Age (Years)
48
1-4 Family Housing Units
2,037
Multi-Family Housing Units
117
Owner-Occupied Units
1,759
Renter-Occupied Units
281
Vacant Units
114