So, CRA has fixed the glitch whereby they had probably posted the Annual Return of a small Congo.
At first glance, there was disappointment that the GB's begging has been paying off. So, donations are at an all-time high, up by 10% (line 4500).
More staggering, gifts from Other Charities exploded to $33.5 million (line 4510).
As a result, Total Revenue is at a staggering $83.3 million (line 4650).
However, Expenses are still high, with Supplies increasing by $5 million (line 4891). (Really explains the push to digital, and discontinued publications.)
As a result, the deficit has remained, and is at $6.8 million. Much better than the previous 3 years, but still very sickly compared to 2010's $20 million surplus.
Also notable, Canada sent $35.9 million to Brooklyn (or offshore) in 2014. 2015 is down to $3.5 million (line 5050). (For future reference - 2011, $82,420 - 2012, $2,045,845 - 2013, $216,022 - 2014, $35,921,399 - 2015, $3,485,726 )
Synopsis - arresting the hemorrhaging is important - but, they are still negative. Will next year be a break-even year? Looks like 2016 will be a make-or-break year. Meantime, you goddamn kids better not buy any more ice cream in your life - ToMo is getting tired of hotdogs.