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Boys & Girls Club of Buena Park

 7758 Knott Avenue
 Buena Park, CA 90620
[P] (714) 522-7259
[F] (714) 522-3163
www.theplaceforkids.org
[email protected]
Todd Trout
FOUNDED: 1948
INCORPORATED: 1955
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Organization DBA --
Former Names --
Organization received a competitive grant from the community foundation in the past five years No
Employer Identification Number 95-1808525 00000

Summary


Mission StatementMORE »

The mission of the Boys & Girls Club of Buena Park is to enable all youth, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, responsible caring citizens. To accomplish this mission, the Boys & Girls Club of Buena Park is dedicated to supporting the educational, social and recreational needs of children in our community through a broad range of youth development programs in three core areas— Character & Leadership Development, Academic Success, and Healthy Lifestyles.


 

 

Mission Statement

The mission of the Boys & Girls Club of Buena Park is to enable all youth, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, responsible caring citizens. To accomplish this mission, the Boys & Girls Club of Buena Park is dedicated to supporting the educational, social and recreational needs of children in our community through a broad range of youth development programs in three core areas— Character & Leadership Development, Academic Success, and Healthy Lifestyles.


 

 


FinancialsMORE »

Fiscal Year 2019
Projected Expenses $1,004,220.00
Projected Revenue $1,055,000.00

ProgramsMORE »

  • Academic Success
  • Character & Leadership Development
  • Healthy Lifestyles
  • Capital Improvement

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Overview


Mission Statement

The mission of the Boys & Girls Club of Buena Park is to enable all youth, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, responsible caring citizens. To accomplish this mission, the Boys & Girls Club of Buena Park is dedicated to supporting the educational, social and recreational needs of children in our community through a broad range of youth development programs in three core areas— Character & Leadership Development, Academic Success, and Healthy Lifestyles.


 

 


Background Statement

Established in 1948, the Boys & Girls Club of Buena Park is the only after school youth development program operating in the city of Buena Park, California. To that end, the Boys & Girls Club of Buena Park strives to offer exceptional programming that makes a positive difference in the lives of the children in our community.  

Our Club provides children ages 6-18 with access to a new Education & Technology Center, Teen Center, Arts & Crafts, Game Room, Rock Wall, Woodshop and Outdoor recreation area. We offer a wide variety of age appropriate educational, social and recreational programs specifically designed to support Academic Success, develop Character & Leadership skills, and promote Healthy Lifestyles. For example: Power Hour is a comprehensive homework help and tutoring program designed to raise the academic proficiency of members ages 6-12; SMART Girls and Man Cave are gender specific groups that meet weekly to discuss life issues for children ages 12-18; and Kids in Control, helps members age 6-15 learn about healthy lifestyles, making good friends and smart decisions regarding tobacco and alcohol use.

Through each of these initiatives and many more, the Boys & Girls Club of Buena Park provides its members with a safe, supportive, and structured environment where they are encouraged to learn, explore and play. Because of our role as the only after school program in the community, the Boys & Girls Club of Buena Park has a unique responsibility to ensure that our children have access to high quality, comprehensive youth development programs. Offering these programs and providing such a vast selection of services would not be possible without the generosity and support of our community. We are fortunate to have long-standing, mutually beneficial collaborations with several local and regional corporations, organizations and volunteer groups. It is through these collaborations, our community partnerships and the dedication of our staff and volunteers that our Boys & Girls Club is able to positively impact lives and shape great futures for children Buena Park, California. 


Impact Statement

Recently the Boys & Girls Club of Buena Park's ability to achieve its mission has expanded. Over the past three years, Club membership has grown more than 37%. Each year we serve more than 1,000 economically disadvantaged youth ages 6-18. Several highlights from this past year include: 

  • 1070 registered members
  • New Academic Success program offerings including STEAM, Education & Technology Center, Reading Program
  • Enhanced Teen Programming to include extended teen hours
  • 500+ members participating in B&G Summer Programs 



Needs Statement

As the only youth development program operating in the city of Buena Park, our Boys & Girls Club has a tremendous responsibility to provide our community’s youth with a safe and supportive environment where they can participate in educational, social and recreational activities. The Club’s greatest need is for financial resources to maintain the facility, implement current programming, and to develop new initiatives that will continue to inspire and engage the diverse population of youth we serve each year.


    CEO Statement

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    Other Ways to Donate/Volunteer

    The Boys & Girls Club of Buena Park accepts donations by mail, over the phone and through our website www.theplaceforkids.org. We rely heavily on support from our community, with both monetary and in-kind donations.  We also welcome you to get involved with our Club by becoming a volunteer.  For more information on how you can support the Boys & Girls Club of Buena Park, contact us today. 

    Geographic Area Served

    North Orange County

    The Boys & Girls Club of Buena Park serves children, youth and young adults in the community of Buena Park, California.

    Organization Categories

    1. Youth Development - Boys and Girls Clubs (Combined)
    2. Youth Development - Youth Centers and Clubs (includes Boys/Girls Clubs)- Multipurpose
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    Programs


    Academic Success

    The Club's Academic Success Program initiatives include: 

    • Computer Club, a weekly technology and computer education program that provides youth ages 9-18 with opportunities to learn Internet Safety and navigation and the use of Microsoft Office products;
    • Power Hour/Power Hour Teens, a daily homework help and tutoring program for youth ages 6-18;
    • Fine Arts, a weekly fine arts program for youth ages 8-17 that includes instruction on different techniques, mediums, and art history;
    • Flavor of the Month, a weekly program that provides financial literacy education and teaches life planning skills;
    • Reading Program, a new daily reading initiative designed to encourage children to read at the Club and at home;
    • Spoken Word & Creative Writing, a weekly creative writing and performance preparation initiative that encourages self-expression through the arts for youth ages 12-17; and
    • Woodshop, a daily program supporting STEAM education through practical hands-on experiences with woodworking and building.

     

    Budget  $266,197.00
    Category  Youth Development, General/Other Youth Development, General/Other
    Population Served K-12 (5-19 years)
    Program Short-Term Success 

     Through their participation in Academic Success initiatives, Club members demonstrate the following outcomes:

    • 85% of participants turn in homework assignments on time;
    • 95% of participants maintain on-time grade progression;
    • 100% of Computer Club/Club Tech participants demonstrate understanding of Internet Safety and use of Microsoft Office products;
    • 100% of Fine Arts participants create at least three art projects using different mediums;
    • 90% of Flavor of the Month participants demonstrate understanding of basic financial literacy concepts including budgeting, income and expenses;
    • 100% of Reading Program participants increase their time reading outside of school;
    • 100% of Spoken Word Creative Writing participants learn basic creative writing techniques and gain confidence to perform written pieces in front of an audience; and
    • 100% of Woodshop participants will demonstrate increased knowledge of woodworking and the application of science, technology engineering and mathematics in woodworking.
    Program Long-Term Success 

    The long-term goal of all of our Academic Success programming is that 100% of participating students will improve their academic performance, achieve on-time grade progression through high school graduation, and have plans for their future that include continued education, trade school and/or employment. 

    Program Success Monitored By 

    Academic Success program outcomes are measured by tracking performance for each program and each individual participant. Program staff monitor grades throughout the school year through self-report and student report cards; assess attitudes towards school at the beginning of participation and upon completion through pre-and post tests/interviews; record student perception of organizational and time management skills and personal responsibility through pre-and post participation self-assessment; monitor in-school behavioral issues through self-report and communication with teachers; and track grade progression for each participating student. 

    Examples of Program Success 

     To incentivize members to complete their homework and maintain on-time grade progression, the Club hosts a Power Hour Holiday Party. Last year, several members barely qualified for the party. This year, those kids are performing exceptionally well, doing their homework every day and earning all of their points. When asked what was different this year, 9 year old Skye answered, “I didn’t like being stressed. It’s just easier if I do it when I’m supposed to.”

    Other initiatives such as Woodshop has had a lasting impact on our members, including 8 year old Joshua. Josh is in the shop from the minute it opens till it closes and has developed a strong friendship with the Club’s 80 year old woodworker, Bob. Being able to go to Woodshop has been an incentive for Josh to complete his homework and chores at home. In addition, his parents recently went through a divorce and they credit the Club, and in particular Woodshop, to giving Josh stability through such a difficult time.

     


    Character & Leadership Development

    The Club's Character & Leadership Program initiatives include: 

    • SMART Moves, a weekly prevention and education program for youth in grades 4-6 that addresses problems such as drug and alcohol use;
    • SMART Girls, a health, fitness, prevention/education and self-esteem enhancement program for girls ages 8-17;
    • Man Cave, a small-group program that engages boys 11-14 in discussions and activities that reinforce character, leadership and positive behavior;
    • Junior Staff, a nine-month job readiness and leadership skill development program for youth ages 15-18;
    • Torch Club, a service and leadership program that engages youth ages 9-12 in service projects at the Club and in the community; and
    • Keystone, a leadership development and service-learning experience that provides teens 14 to 18 with opportunities to participate in academic success, career preparation and community service activities that have a positive impact on themselves, the Club and the community.

     

     

    Budget  $182,259.00
    Category  Youth Development, General/Other Youth Leadership
    Population Served K-12 (5-19 years) Children and Youth (0 - 19 years)
    Program Short-Term Success 

     Through their participation in Character and Leadership Development Program initiatives, members demonstrate the following outcomes:

    • 95% of Man Cave and SMART Girls participants will (1) gain a minimum of two new skills to implement in making healthy lifestyle choices, demonstrating the knowledge gained throughout the 9-month program, (2) report improvements in peer relationships and mentor relationships as a result of program, and (3) report improvements in self-image, self-esteem and interpersonal relationships as a result of the program;
    • 100% of SMART Moves participants will demonstrate increased awareness of the dangers of alcohol and drug use;
    • 100% of Keystone and Torch Club participants will demonstrate leadership skills and good character in volunteerism and as role models to younger Club members; and
    • 100% of Junior Staff participants will gain job readiness and leadership skills.

     

    Program Long-Term Success 

    The long-term goal of Boys & Girls Club of Buena Park Character & Leadership programming is to provide 100% of participating students with education, support, resources and opportunities to become responsible, caring citizens by promoting the development of leadership skills, and encouraging community service. 

    Program Success Monitored By 

    Prior to participation in Character & Leadership Development Programming, the Club a baseline measurement of each member’s current knowledge, skill level, and/or attitude relevant to the program they are participating in. Surveys, interviews, self-report assessments as well as pre-tests are utilized to gather this data in accordance with the various initiatives the member has chosen to participate in. At the end of the curriculum or at the close of the session participants complete a post-test, survey and/or assessment to measure the impact of each intervention.

    Examples of Program Success 

    To demonstrate the impact of our Character and Leadership Development initiatives, we share the following impact statements:

    Taylor, a recent graduate was a member of SMART Girls for six years: “I can’t begin to describe how much SMART Girls has helped me. I was very insecure as a child and that followed me through puberty, but SMART Girls taught me confidence and helped me find self-love I didn’t know I had.”

    17-year old Lolani described the impact of participating in Junior Staff: “Junior Staff prepared me for the real world. As I was being interviewed for my job at the Pizza Studio, I remember thinking back to my Junior Staff experience and feeling confident going into the job interview knowing I had all the tools I needed to land the job.”


    Healthy Lifestyles

     The Club’s Healthy Lifestyles Program initiatives include:

     

    • Positive Sprouts, a weekly nutrition education and gardening program that strives to educate young people on the importance of eating nutritious foods and living health lifestyles by building and maintaining a community garden;
    • Climbing Club, a bi-weekly club for youth 6-18 interested in learning the basic technical skills of rock climbing, as well as working to improve their self-confidence and build communication skills;
    • Fitness Program, a weekly health and wellness program designed to help youth of all ages develop strength and stamina; and
    • Sports & Recreation, daily recreation activities including basketball, floor & field hockey, indoor/outdoor soccer, handball, dodge ball and yoga among others.

     

     

    Budget  $171,822.00
    Category  Youth Development, General/Other Youth Development, General/Other
    Population Served K-12 (5-19 years) Children and Youth (0 - 19 years)
    Program Short-Term Success 

    Through their participation in Healthy Lifestyle Program initiatives, members demonstrate the following outcomes:

    • 80% of Fitness Program participants will report (1) learning strength building and conditioning skills, (2) developing healthy relationships with peers and positive male role models; (3) increasing self-esteem and confidence, and (4) engaging in strength building exercises outside of the Club; and
    • 85% of Positive Sprouts participants will demonstrate: (1) increased understanding of basic principles of agriculture, planting and harvesting; and (2) increased knowledge of the natural sciences and their role within our society.

    Program Long-Term Success 

    The goal of the Boys & Girls Club of Buena Park's Healthy Lifestyles Program is to engage 100% of the members in positive behaviors and activities that nurture their physical, mental and emotional well-being.

    Program Success Monitored By 

    Prior to participation, baseline data is gathered to measure current knowledge, skill level, activity level and/or attitude towards nutrition and physical activity relevant to the Healthy Lifestyle initiative the member has chosen. Surveys, interviews, self-report assessments as well as pre-tests are utilized to gather this data. At the end of the curriculum, at the close of the session, or at predetermined intervals participants complete a post-test, survey and/or assessment to measure the impact of the intervention.  

    Examples of Program Success 

    The Club continues to expand and enhance its Healthy Lifestyle initiatives, including the ones highlighted below.

     In 2018 the Club launched a Fitness Program focused on strength training and conditioning. Our members learned to concentrate on the mental and social aspect of fitness and experienced the physical and social benefits of engaging in physical activity. In addition, members were taught the importance of cardio exercise and diet in maintaining a healthy heart and even learned how to read nutrition labels!

    Building on the success of the first garden, the Club recently expanded its Positive Sprouts program. In addition to the original garden which grows a variety of fresh fruit and vegetables, the Club now has grape vines and a mini orchard with fruit-bearing trees such as papaya and avocado. Through this program, the youth have developed a sense of ownership and a greater appreciation of the time and effort it takes to grow the food they eat each day.


    Capital Improvement

    Since opening in 1948, the Boys & Girls Club of Buena Park has served hundreds of thousands of children and families from Buena Park and the surrounding communities. The Club’s current 16,000 sq. ft facility was built in 1960 and is made up of a 6,169 sq. ft. gymnasium; a 1,377 sq. ft Teen Center; 720 sq. ft. Technology Center and Computer Lab; a 1,725 sq. ft. game room; and a 685 sq. ft. Arts & Crafts Center. The building’s exterior consists of a 1,000 sq. ft. grass field, covered patio and cement recreation area. Although the Club has maximized the use of space to adapt to the rapid expansion of programs and services, the building itself and outdoor recreation area are in dire need of capital improvements to better meet the needs of our community and maintain the safety of our members. These improvements include: New Roof ($60,000); Outdoor Fitness Center ($20,000);  Campus Beautification ($15,000).

    Budget  330,000
    Category  Youth Development, General/Other Youth Development, General/Other
    Population Served K-12 (5-19 years)
    Program Short-Term Success 

    With capital improvements the youth served by the Boys & Girls Club of Buena Park will have access to the safest possible facilities.

    Program Long-Term Success 

    The Boys & Girls Club of Buena Park strives to provide a world-class Club experience that assures success is within reach of every young person who comes through our doors, with all members on track to graduate from high school with a plan for the future, demonstrating good character and citizenship, and living a healthy lifestyle. To achieve this vision, we must invest in capital improvements to maintain our facility and meet the growing academic, social and recreational needs of our members. 

    Program Success Monitored By 

    The success of the Boys & Girls Club Capital Improvement Special Projects will be measured by the dollars raised for each initiative and completion of construction/beautification projects on time and within budget. 100% of funds dedicated to the Club’s Capital Improvement Special Projects will be utilized to complete the identified projects in a fiscally responsible and timely manner. 

    Examples of Program Success 

    The Boys & Girls Club of Buena Park has a demonstrated history of implementing and successfully completing fundraising campaigns. For example, in 2012, the Club raised $73,000, nearly doubling its $35,000 Annual Campaign goal. Most recently, the Club secured $100,000 grant for construction of the Woodshop from the Timkin Foundation. Utilizing this grant as leverage, the Club was able to secure an additional $10,000 from Auto Dealers Association of Buena Park, and $25,000 from Marion Knott to complete the construction of the space. Additionally, the Club is working with Amway Inc., to secure $100,000 in in-kind contributions for its Campus Beautification project. With this initial contribution, the B&G Club will have leverage needed to approach additional funders for funds to complete the scope of the project.


    Management


    CEO/Executive Director Mr. Todd Trout
    CEO Term Start June 1996
    CEO Email [email protected]
    CEO Experience

    Todd Trout has been with the Boys & Girls Club of Buena Park for 20+ years. He joined the Club of Buena Park in 1996 as Director of Teen Services and immediately started making an impact by creating and growing the Club’s teen programming. In 2000 he was promoted to Program Director, and worked to create a well-rounded system that quickly became a blueprint for several other Boys & Girls Clubs to follow.

    In spring of 2013, Todd was again promoted within the Club to the position of Director of Operations where he held responsibility for community outreach and resource development, organizing and implementing special events for fundraising and marketing, managing a staff of up to 25 members (depending upon season), overseeing human resources and personnel-related issues and decision-making, and overseeing all youth programming and events. His success in this position made him the most qualified and logical choice to assume the position of Interim Chief Professional Officer in late 2013.

    Todd assumed the role of Chief Executive Officer in 2014 and over the past five years he has been responsible for overseeing all aspects of club, including the management and growth of the organization's operating budget from $752,000 annually to $1,000,000. Through his leadership the Club has gown its membership exponentially, increased its program offerings, increased community partnerships and diversified its fundraising portfolio.  

    Former CEOs and Terms

    Name Start End
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    Senior Staff

    Name Title Experience/Biography
    Mr. Brian Reider Program Director --
    Mr. Todd Trout Director of Operations --
    Ms. Luz Valenzuela Program Director --

    Awards

    Award Awarding Organization Year
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    Affiliations

    Affiliation Year
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    External Assessments and Accreditations

    External Assessment or Accreditation Year
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    Collaborations

    The Club is fortunate to have long-standing, mutually beneficial collaborations with several local and regional organizations. As a member of the Buena Park Community Collaboration, the Club, surrounding non-profit agencies, and three School Districts provide support to each other and tackle community-wide issues. The Club also works directly with the Buena Park Police Department to support the Department’s goal to tackle the growth of gang activities in the surrounding area. Through our collaboration with the Gang Reduction Intervention Prevention (GRIP) Program, more than twenty Club members a year are given scholarships to keep them off the streets and doing positive after-school activities. In addition, in partnership with the Student Attendance Review Board (SARB), Club staff and community leaders meet with chronically truant students, and their guardians, to establish a plan of action to get these students back into the system.

    The Club is also a part of the North Orange County Public Safety Task Force which is governed by an Advisory Council that includes representatives from the City of Anaheim, Brea, Buena Park, Cypress, Fullerton, La Habra, La Palma, Placentia, Stanton and Yorba Linda.

    Staff Information

    Number of Full Time Staff 5
    Number of Part Time Staff 12
    Number of Volunteers 400
    Number of Contract Staff 2
    Staff Retention Rate % 80%
    Staff Professional Development Yes

    Staff Demographics

    Ethnicity African American/Black: 1
    Asian American/Pacific Islander: 2
    Caucasian: 8
    Hispanic/Latino: 6
    Native American/American Indian: 0
    Other: 0
    Other (if specified): 0
    Gender Female: 10
    Male: 7
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    Plans & Policies

    Organization has Fundraising Plan? Yes
    Organization has Strategic Plan? Yes
    Years Strategic Plan Considers 2
    Management Succession Plan Yes
    Organization Policies And Procedures Yes
    Business Continuity of Operations Plan No

    Risk Management Provisions

    Nondiscrimination Policy Yes
    Whistle Blower Policy Yes
    Document Destruction Policy No
    Directors and Officers Insurance Policy Yes

    Reporting and Evaluations

    Management Reports to Board? Yes
    CEO Formal Evaluation and Frequency Yes Annually
    Senior Management Formal Evaluation and Frequency Yes Annually
    Non Management Formal Evaluation and Frequency Yes Annually

    Government Licenses

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    CEO Comments

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    Foundation Comments

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    Governance


    Board Chair Ms Virginia Vaughn
    Board Chair Company Affiliation Buena Park City Council
    Board Chair Term Jan 2018 - Dec 2019
    Board Co-Chair --
    Board Co-Chair Company Affiliation --
    Board Co-Chair Term -

    Board Members

    Name Company Affiliations Status
    Mr. Frank Alverez Premier Jeep Dodger Chrylser Ram Voting
    Ms Stacy Bergman YH Advisors Voting
    Ms. Linda Burr EDCO Waste and Disposal Voting
    Mr. Anthony Cosio Attorney & Counselor of Law Voting
    Mr. Darren Frank Simpson GMC/Buick Voting
    Ms. Karla Galindo Union Bank Voting
    Mr. Michael Kim Brookhurst Towing Voting
    Mr. Wayne King Ganahl Lumber Voting
    Ms. Carmen Koo Applied Air Conditioning Voting
    Mr. Richard McAuley The Aztec Group Voting
    Mr. Kevin Norris Knott's Berry Farm Voting
    Ms. Sandy O'Day Nutrilite Voting
    Ms. Lanae O'Shields SoCalGas Voting
    Mr. Greg Parker JAMS Inc. Voting
    Ms. Lisa Rehnborg Nutrilite Voting
    Chief Corey Sianez Buena Park Police Department Voting
    Ms. Virginia Vaughn Buena Park City Council Voting

    Constituent Board Members

    Name Company Affiliations Status
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    Youth Board Members

    Name Company Affiliations Status
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    Additional Board Members and Affiliations

    Name Company Affiliations Status
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    Board Demographics

    Ethnicity African American/Black: 0
    Asian American/Pacific Islander: 2
    Caucasian: 10
    Hispanic/Latino: 5
    Native American/American Indian: 0
    Other: --
    Other (if specified): --
    Gender Female: 8
    Male: 9
    Not Specified 0

    Board Information

    Board Term Lengths 2
    Board Term Limits 0
    Board Meeting Attendance % 63%
    Written Board Selection Criteria Under Development
    Written Conflict Of Interest Policy Yes
    Percentage of Monetary Contributions 100%
    Percentage of In-Kind Contributions 100%
    Board Orientation Yes

    CEO Comments

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    Foundation Comments

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    Standing Committees

    • Board Development / Board Orientation
    • Building
    • Development / Fund Development / Fund Raising / Grant Writing / Major Gifts
    • Finance
    • Marketing

    Financials


    Revenue vs. Expense ($000s)

    Expense Breakdown 2017 (%)

    Expense Breakdown 2016 (%)

    Expense Breakdown 2015 (%)

    Fiscal Year Jan 01, 2019 to Dec 31, 2019
    Projected Revenue $1,055,000.00
    Projected Expenses $1,004,220.00
    Form 990s

    2017 Form 990

    2016 Form 990

    2015 Form 990

    2014 Form 990

    2013 From 990

    2012 Form 990

    Audit Documents

    2017 Audit

    2016 Audit

    2015 Audit

    2014 Audit

    2012 Audit

    2011 Audit

    2010 Audit

    IRS Letter of Exemption

    IRS Letter of Determination

    Prior Three Years Total Revenue and Expense Totals

    Fiscal Year 2017 2016 2015
    Total Revenue $862,584 $921,883 $830,669
    Total Expenses $824,394 $877,598 $795,126

    Prior Three Years Revenue Sources

    Revenue By Revenue Source
    Fiscal Year 2017 2016 2015
    Foundation and
    Corporation Contributions
    $346,867 $300,585 $324,427
    Government Contributions $20,278 $8,891 $11,355
        Federal -- -- --
        State -- -- --
        Local -- -- --
        Unspecified $20,278 $8,891 $11,355
    Individual Contributions -- -- --
    Indirect Public Support $1,177 $117 $3,689
    Earned Revenue $300,369 $353,401 $252,561
    Investment Income, Net of Losses $3,086 $1,582 $9,729
    Membership Dues -- -- $0
    Special Events $165,205 $183,676 $201,440
    Revenue In-Kind $22,588 $42,150 $28,309
    Other $3,014 $31,481 $42,043

    Prior Three Years Expense Allocations

    Expense By Type
    Fiscal Year 2017 2016 2015
    Program Expense $639,670 $671,363 $616,908
    Administration Expense $116,199 $141,894 $109,841
    Fundraising Expense $68,525 $64,341 $68,377
    Payments to Affiliates -- -- $7,669
    Total Revenue/Total Expenses 1.05 1.05 1.04
    Program Expense/Total Expenses 78% 77% 78%
    Fundraising Expense/Contributed Revenue 13% 13% 13%

    Prior Three Years Assets and Liabilities

    Assets and Liabilities
    Fiscal Year 2017 2016 2015
    Total Assets $633,886 $570,129 $553,651
    Current Assets $105,795 $166,099 $148,708
    Long-Term Liabilities -- -- $0
    Current Liabilities $66,503 $52,262 $62,774
    Total Net Assets $567,383 $517,867 $490,877

    Short Term Solvency

    Fiscal Year 2017 2016 2015
    Current Ratio: Current Assets/Current Liabilities 1.59 3.18 2.37

    Long Term Solvency

    Fiscal Year 2017 2016 2015
    Long-term Liabilities/Total Assets 0% 0% 0%
    Endowment Value --
    Spending Policy --
    Percentage(If selected) --
    Are you currently in a Capital Campaign? No
    Capital Campaign Purpose --
    Campaign Goal --
    Capital Campaign Dates -
    Capital Campaign Raised-to-Date Amount --
    Capital Campaign Anticipated in Next 5 Years? No

    CEO Comments

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    Foundation Comments

    Summary financial data is per the 990s and audited financial statements and consultation with the organization. Foundation/corporate and individual contributions are combined under Foundation and Corporation Contributions.

    Documents


    Other Documents

    No Other Documents currently available.