Public Research and Reports

Financial Reports

Financial Statements and Reports

PEACE, Inc. is proud that our agency has received no audit findings or significant deficiencies for the last eighteen audited financial statements. In addition, PEACE, Inc. has qualified as a low-risk auditee for the last sixteen years.

Audited Financial Statements
PEACE, Inc.’s fiscal year runs from February 1 through January 31.  Below are our most recent audited financial statements:

1/31/2023 Audit
1-31-2022 Audit
1-31-2021 Audit
1-31-2020 Audit
1-31-2019 Audit
1-31-2018 Audit
1-31-2017 Audit
1-31-2016 Audit
1-31-2015 Audit
1-31-2014 Audit
1-31-2013 Audit
1-31-2012 Audit
1-31-2011 Audit
1-31-2010 Audit

Annual Summaries of Program Activities
2018/2019 Annual Report letter size
2016/2017 Summary
2015 Summary
2014 Summary
2013 Summary
2012 Summary
2011 Summary
2010 Summary
2009 Summary
2008 Summary

Head Start/Early Head Start Annual Reports
2018/2019 Head Start Annual Report
2017 Head Start Annual Report

2016 Head Start Annual Report
2015 Head Start Annual Report
2014 Head Start Annual Report

2013 Head Start Annual Report
2012 Head Start Annual Report
2010 /2011 Head Start Annual Report
2010 Head Start Annual Report

Public Research

Community Needs Assessments
Every five years, PEACE, Inc. conducts a Community Needs Assessment as part of its ongoing management and strategic planning efforts. The needs assessment provides a comprehensive look at life in Onondaga County and will be used to realign the programs and services of PEACE, Inc. with the needs of the community to ensure that PEACE, Inc. is fulfilling its mission.
2016 Community Needs Assessment
2014 Community Needs Assessment

COVID-19 Community Needs Chronicle and Assessment
In response to the changing conditions of the COVID-19 Pandemic, PEACE, Inc. released a COVID-19 Community Needs Assessment. 
2020 COVID-19 Community Needs Chronicle and Assessment

2020-2021 Media Series on Poverty in Central New York
With their first release in August 2020, Todd Goehle (Planning and Community Engagement Manager, PEACE, Inc.) and Ocesa B. Keaton LMSW (Executive Director of Greater Syracuse H.O.P.E. and OBK Strategic Engagement Strategies) have created a media series that explores poverty in Central New York. The essays, visuals, and media appearances seek to unpack topics and terms that are frequently discussed but perhaps not well understood. The series also presents accessible tools for community use, planning, and action.
August 2020: “What is Redlining? What is Urban Renewal? Inequality and Resistance in Mid-20th Century Syracuse.”
October 2020: “What is Rent Burden? Housing Instability and Hyper-Segregation in Central New York.”
October 2020: “Community Needs and Responses.” Syracuse Speaks Podcast Series. WAER Syracuse University, 88.3 FM.

Community Conversations: Returning to Work in 2021
Throughout the first 9 months of the COVID-19 Pandemic, PEACE, Inc. participated in the Syracuse Rapid Re-Employment Taskforce. Additionally, members of PEACE, Inc.’s community engagement department designed as well as analyzed focus groups consisting of unemployed and underemployed area residents. The focus group’s approach and findings can be found in the following report:
January 2021: Community Conversations Returning to Work in 2021