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YWCA of North Orange County

 215 E Commonwealth Avenue, #D, E & F
 Fullerton, CA 92832
[P] (714) 871-4488 x 200
[F] (714) 871-4709
www.ywcanoc.org
[email protected]
Diane Masseth-Jones [email protected] [email protected]
FOUNDED: 1926
INCORPORATED: 1949
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Organization DBA YWCA of Orange County
Young Women Christian Association of North Orange County
Former Names --
Organization received a competitive grant from the community foundation in the past five years Yes
Employer Identification Number 95-1687482 00000

Summary


Mission StatementMORE »

YWCA is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all.  We accomplish our mission by identifying, connecting, and addressing the changing needs of  generations of women Through strategic partnerships, we equip individuals to achieve and maintain social, physical, financial, intellectual, and spiritual well- being.

Mission Statement

YWCA is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all.  We accomplish our mission by identifying, connecting, and addressing the changing needs of  generations of women Through strategic partnerships, we equip individuals to achieve and maintain social, physical, financial, intellectual, and spiritual well- being.

FinancialsMORE »

Fiscal Year 2019
Projected Expenses $466,786.00
Projected Revenue $486,378.00

ProgramsMORE »

  • Neighborhood Early Breast Cancer Screening for Medicallyl Unserserved, Multicultural Women
  • Youth Employment Services (YES)
  • Prom Project
  • YWSafe Self Defense Workshop

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Overview


Mission Statement

YWCA is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all.  We accomplish our mission by identifying, connecting, and addressing the changing needs of  generations of women Through strategic partnerships, we equip individuals to achieve and maintain social, physical, financial, intellectual, and spiritual well- being.

Background Statement

Since 1926 the YWCA of North Orange County has provided programs and services throughout the Depression, world wars and throughout dramatic social changes. In 1926 the Placentia Presbyterian Church, and the YWCA, formed the Girls Reserves. This program focused on building a strong mind, body and spirit of women at a time where the woman’s right to vote was being instituted. In the 1940’s the YWCA formed the Servicemen’s Wives’ Club, a place for women to seek fellowship, support and camaraderie. A childcare program was established to help women who needed to go back to work during the war. In 1950’s the Y-Wives Club was formed along with the Latin Y-Wives Club and Club Los Amigos. The same decade the YWCA formed the International Student’s Service Program helping young international college students to transition into college life. In 1968 the first Youth Employment Services program was developed winning recognition from the Department of Labor. In 1973 the first Career Fair for girls was held at Fullerton College. In 1984 the program moved to the City of Anaheim, located in the Downtown Community Center.To date the Youth Employment Services program has touched the lives of over 33,600 youth, 550 local businesses, and collaborates with the North Orange County Community Colleges, Regional Occupational Program, and Job Corps. In the mid 1990’s the early breast cancer screening program was created for multicultural, uninsured women. To date the program serves over 56 neighborhoods in Orange County, held in churches, temples, mosques, community and senior centers. A total of 120,000 multicultural, uninsured or underserved women received life saving early breast cancer screenings. In 2,000 the Thurmond Scholarship Program was established providing scholarships to re-entry women, 24 years or older. To date 114 women have received Thurmond Scholarships to attend Fullerton or CSUF, to achieve their academic goals. In 2006 the Prom Project and Marine Wives program was born. These programs were created to give girls and women free or gently used formals to attend their formal events with dignity, pride and self-confidence. A total of approx. 2,400 girls and wives of Enlisted Marines at Camp Pendleton have benefited from the program. Time may change our programs but not our values. We value Interfaith principles and embrace diversity, inclusiveness, respect, and acceptance welcoming people of all faiths to join our interfaith movement to better the lives of women and girls everywhere.


Impact Statement

Since 1995, we have provided over 120,000 early breast cancer screenings to low-income, at-risk, women, many immigrant women. Today we are the largest neighborhood early breast cancer detection program in Orange County,  annually screening over 4,000 poor, multicultural, uninsured or medically underserved women 40 years and older. These are women who fall through the cracks of the medical care system, go undiagnosed or diagnosed at a later, more life threatening stage. A total of 31 breast cancers were diagnosed last year. 
 
Youth employment services reach 2,100 at-risk, low income multicultural youth 14-22 yrs. These are youth who have separated from traditional high schools and are attending independent study or have dropped out of high school altogether.  A total of 89% are from low to extremely low family income, 41% from female headed households. YES provides navigation services for job search, employment, resume building, interview skills, applying on-line and career navigation to community colleges and/or regional occupational programs. 
 
Since 2007, we have provided over 1,400 new or gently used formals to high school senior girls from low income families and over 1,200 formals to enlisted Marine wives based at Camp Pendleton to attend formal events with pride, dignity and self-confidence. Over 25 high schools in O.C., participate. We support enlisted Marine wives of the First Battalion at Camp Pendleton. A simple program that brings glimpses of empowering moments to many building positive self esteem and self confidence.
 
To date we have distributed over $100,000 in college scholarships to re-entry adult women, 24 years or older, to attend Fullerton College or California State University, Fullerton. The scholarships helps both Bachelor and Graduate re-entry students reach their academic goals. 
 
In collaboration with the Family Violence Coalition in coordination with the Family Law Courts, County of Orange, we present professional workshops focusing on Generational Violence. Our goal is to provide a platform for agencies addressing family violence from birth to senior years, drawing in animal abuse agencies to identify, understand and prevent family violence. Our primary outcome is to draw together in a central resource all of the agencies to create one voice to coordinate, and network resources to end family violence.

Needs Statement

We provide services to medically underserved, at-risk women, many immigrant women. Our neighborhood link to breast cancer screening program provides direct, culturally sensitive access to early breast cancer screening modalities, overcoming obstacles to care such as lack of transportation, language barriers, childcare, education (32% of the women we serve have no formal education) and fear of institutions due to their immigration status. This outreach annually costs $320,000 to fund. Our most pressing need is direct funding or grant opportunities. Our second most pressing need is underwriting or funding of our Youth Employment Services that provide direct one-on-one assistance to at-risk, low-income students, 14-22 years, in the East Anaheim area. Approx. 80% of our youth are from extremely low income families, 40% are from female headed households, 60% are from independent study and many are experiencing the technological gap leaving them behind in applying for jobs. The program's budget is $80,000 and help to underwrite this program is requested.  The third most pressing need is underwriting the Prom Project that helps high school girls from low income families attend their prom with dignity, self-confidence and pride. It is the moments in time that help build self-confidence and the prom is one of those milestones, especially in this media driven society. Both donations and in-kind contributions of accessories, formals, shoes are needed. The forth and fifth most pressing need is human capacity building. Our staff multi-tasks and we are in need of hiring a Marketing/Public Relations Director and a full-time Development Director. We would need an underwriting capacity of $50,000 for each position

CEO Statement

The YWCA of North Ornage County is unique because it is a grassroot organization and seperately incorporated. It can effectively respond to the local needs of women and families living in Orange County.  Programs and services are overseen by a multicultural staff and volunteers who think, feel and believe in the mission of the organization. The mission is driven by passion and belief that we can make a difference in the lives of others.  The YWCA of North Orange County saves lives through early breast cancer screening programs for uninsured or underserved women and provides opportunities for higher education, economic and personal growth. We are a good steward of the public trust and it is because of our staff, our quality governance and the checks and balances instilled in our management that makes me proud to lead this organization as its Executive Director.

Board Chair Statement

The YWCA of North Orange County faces many challenges as a small grassroots organization and it had to reinvent itself to continue to grow. In 2009, the organization elected the first male on the board in 86 years and worked hard toward achieving financial sustainability. We created the Grace Dodge Heritage Society with the help of the Orange County Community Foundation and rolled up our sleeves to enter into social media. We created an organizational  facebook, twitter, updated our webpage, created electric newsletters through Constant Contact, and updated our financial tools accepting credit card donations. We have been able to blend generations into action with a presence on Facebook and Twitter while maintaining strong relationships with our donors who have supported us for over 30+ years. I continue to support the YWCA of North Orange County because I believe in its mission and get direct results. It is my personal investment, my passion for changing the quality of lives of the people that live in my community that I stay involved.

Other Ways to Donate/Volunteer

You can make donations to support our programs and outreach activities b mailing a check to 215 E. Commonwealth Avenue, Suite F, Fullerton, CA 92832. We also accept in-kind donations of new or gently used formals for our Prom Project helping high school girls from low income families. Volunteers are welcome in all areas, program, marketing, fundraising, and public relations.

Geographic Area Served

Central Orange County
South Orange County
West Orange County
North Orange County

Aliso Viejo, Anaheim, Anaheim Hills, Brea, Buena park, Capistrano Beach, Corona Del Mar, Costa Mesa, Dana Point, Fountain Valley, Fullerton, Garden Grove, Huntington Beach, Irvine, La Habra, Laguna Beach, Laguna Hills, Laguna Niguel, Laguna Woods, Lake Forest, Los Alamitos, Midway City, Mission Viejo, Newport Beach, Placentia, Rancho Margarita, San Clemente, San Juan Capistrano, Santa Ana, Seal Beach, Stanton, Tustin, Villa Park, Westminster, Yorba Linda

Organization Categories

  1. Human Services - Human Services NEC
  2. Education - Scholarships & Student Financial Aid
  3. Health Care - Community Health Systems

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Programs


Neighborhood Early Breast Cancer Screening for Medicallyl Unserserved, Multicultural Women

The YWCA has the largest neighborhood, multicultural early breast cancer screening program in Orange County. Since 1995, over 100,000 medically underserved, low income women, 40 years or older, have received free or low cost early detection breast cancer screening including mammograms, clinical breast exams, and breast self awareness education. This program makes quality breast cancer screening and breast self awareness available to women in their own neighborhoods and in a manner consistent with their cultural beliefs. Screenings and workshops are held in local churches, temples, senior centers, and other community sites. Educational events include health fairs, cultural festivals, and women’s groups. Our neighborhood screenings overcome barriers such as linguistic isolation, lack of transportation, lack of childcare and fear of large clinical settings. We serve many of the county’s hardest to reach women with access to quality breast care. 

Budget  $264,936.00
Category  Health Care, General/Other Early Intervention & Prevention
Population Served Females At-Risk Populations People/Families of People with Cancer
Program Short-Term Success 
Educate and screen 5,000 women to get annual mammograms, clinical breast exams and open the door for uninsured or underserved women to receive low cost or free screening, diagnostic and treatment services, resulting in approximately 30 cancer diagnosed that would otherwise have gone undetected or detected at a later and more deadly stage.
 
Open the door for 900 women who do not qualify for YWCA and navigate them to breast cancer screenings, diagnostic and treatment services through other resources appropriate to their individual eligibility.
 
65% of women educated through YWCA events will demonstrate an increased understanding of the impact breast self-awareness including  knowing the risk, getting annual mammograms, what is normal, and make healthy lifestyle choices. Women will be motivated to make screening appointments either through the YWCA or with their own providers. 
 
Provide 300-400 neighborhood diagnostic services in neighborhood settings reducnig the time between the discovery of abnormal findings to diagnostic studies to surgery to treatment.  
Program Long-Term Success 

The goal of the early breast cancer detection program is to save lives by reducing barriers to quality breast cancer early detection screening, diagnosis and treatment through culturally sensitive and dignified multi-ethnic education and outreach. We navigate women to breast health screening and diagnostic programs. Since 1995, over 100,000 medically unserserved women participated in our neighborhood screening program who would have otherwise fallen through the cracks, gone undiagnosed or diagnosed at a later, more expensive and live threthening stage. We received national recognition in 2014 by the Avon Foundation on the Avon Breast Health Outreach Grantee Spotlight presenting our neighborhood outreach program. 

Our outreach with Alinea Medical Imaging has enabled us to provide neighborhood diagnostic services to women who present abnormal in the same neighborhoods where the women live. This approach adresses the timeliness of care as women who are diagnosed with an abnormal mammogram still face obsticles to care such as lack of transportation, language barriers, childcare and fear of large medical centers.  Many women delay diagnostic tests, especially in at-risk, low income communities which results in late-stage cancer diagnosis. Providing timely services in neighborhoods where medically underserved women live will reduce the time gaps if cancerous tumors are found, to surgery and treatment. Our most recent achievemen was being profiled in the Center for Effective Philantrophy's national study, "Assessing To Achieve High Performance: What Nonprofits Are Doing and How Foundations Can Help."  We were only 1 of 3 non-profits highlighted nationwide and we were recognized for our high level evaluation strategy to track timeliness of care. 
 
Program Success Monitored By 
Number of women screened:  crew chief reports, physician reports and Avon Client Intake Forms.  Number of diagnostic referrals: physician and mammography vendor reports. Number of cancer diagnosis: physician reports.  Number of referrals to other resources: phone log reports. Education: Pre-post tests taken by clients.
 
Number of diagnostic tests referred by physician reports and screened by Alinea Medical Imaging.  
Examples of Program Success  In 2014, the YWCA screened or led to screening over 5,410 multicultural, uninsured women, 40 years or older. who were uninsured or underserved  Our multicultural staff, Korean, Spanish, and Vietnamese, reached out  with culturally sensitive early breast cancer screenings and education that addressed cultural fears, anxieties and sensitive navigation into the medical care system. Speaking the language, having physicians of the same culture,and hosting screenings in trusted community neighborhood sites such as churches, temples, mosques, senior, community and breast centers drew at-risk women who would not have been reached. Obstacles such as lack of transportation, language barriers, childcare and fear of large medical centers were overcome. Last year, 6,100 uninsured or underserved women were screened, that is our success story. These are women who would go undiagnosed or diagnosed at a later and more deadly stage. A total of 31 women were diagnosed, saving lives. 

Youth Employment Services (YES)

Youth Employment Services (YES) program is designed to foster pride, dignity and self-worth with at-risk youth, 14-22 years, by navigating youth to employment, providing pre-employment preparation,  career opportunities, resume building, interview skills, computer on-line employment searches, volunteer opportunities, job placement, financial management and computer literacy skills. We also provide high school presentations and workshops on employment prepardness, resume building, interview skills, career opportunities, and financial management. The technology gap is also addressed as many of our clients use technology not to advance their career but for entertainment purposes. Real life applications such as downloading resumes, on-line job application, and job seeking research is taught one-on-one. Our computer lab helps youth access e-mail as many youth do not have e-mail addresses and access to e-mail correspondance from employers. They also use our technology lab for homework.
Budget  $81,421.00
Category  Youth Development, General/Other Youth Business
Population Served Adolescents Only (13-19 years) At-Risk Populations Immigrant, Newcomers, Refugees
Program Short-Term Success 
By the end of our 2013 fiscal year, we will reach 500 unduplicated at-risk, low income youth, 14-22 years with job navagation, resume building, interview skills, career opportunities and job placement resulting in 41% employment or career training placement in job corps, North Orange County Regional Occupational Programs, Community Colleges.
 
By the end of our 2013 fiscal year, we will provide 2,100 points of service including job fairs, high school presentations, workshops, computer navatation sessions, resume updates, interview skill demonstration/return demonstration resulting in a better educated youth employment populations that can compete in todays job market.  
Program Long-Term Success 
Youth utlizing our program will engage in economic empowering activities including job navagation skills, resume building, interview skills, career opportunities training, computer skills and job placement activities, resulting being better prepared and competitive in today's job market.
Program Success Monitored By 
HUD applications, number of resumes developed, number of interview skill demonstrations held, number of youth utilizing computer on-line job listings, daily sign in sheets, number of jobs secured by youth, number of youth enrolled in Job Corps, Community Colleges, Regional Occupational Programs referred by YES, computer time monitored and used by each youth.
Examples of Program Success 
Zaira M was a determined 20 year old young woman and needed a job to help support her family. Zaira was struggling as she has a felony. She came to the YES office often, developed a resume, conducted on-line job searches, and learned interview skills, how to dress, and how to follow up with employers. Zaira did not have access to computers and came in to check often. She found a job at Anna's Linens. Zaira shared, "I wanted a job in retail, in walking distance of my home, I don't have a car, and shorter hours of opperation. I want to thank YES for the resources and their time.YES support and advice helped me stay encouraged and determined. I appreciated  that YES helped me with my resume, gave me information on how to interview and showed me how to follow up with my applications. My family is excited about my new job and lifted a burden. I feel accoplished. I'm still in school full-time and my manager is willing to work with my class schedule, which is another reason I love this job."

Prom Project

The Prom Project is designed to promote self-esteem, and self-confidence in high school senior girls from low income families to attend their prom or winter formal with dignity and pride. This is a day where professional hair stylists, make up artists and personal shoppers help make 180 high school girls' dreams come true. Over 25 high schools paraticipate. Counselors and/or activity directors refer girls who qualify throughout North Orange County to participate in the program. In addtion  girls from the National Charity League, College Sororities, and the community-at-large donate dresses, shoes and accessories, creating a network of caring individuals focused on that special expreience that for many, lasts a lifetime. 
Budget  $13,000.00
Category  Human Services, General/Other Personal Enrichment
Population Served Adolescents Only (13-19 years) Poor,Economically Disadvantaged,Indigent Females
Program Short-Term Success 
Each high school girl and enlisted Marine wives will experience a day of beauty and treated with care receiving a new or gently used formal, professional makeup consultation, professional hair consultation, and accessories to attend their special event with dignity and pride.
Program Long-Term Success 
A total of 360 high school girls and enlisted Marine Wives' to attend the Marine Birthday Ball from families earning low incomes or 200% below the poverty level will receive a new or gently used formal to attend their prom or fomal event with dignity, pride and self-confidence. These are girls that otherwise cannot afford to attend the prom and are given formals that cost average $300 per dress.
Program Success Monitored By 
Number of formals donated. Number of girls receiving formals. Number of application forms. Number of volunteers, professional makeup designer, hairstylist, tailors, personal shoppers, accessories, families reached.
Examples of Program Success 
Sue, a high school junior, attended the Prom Project with hesitation. She was disabled and in a wheelchair. She was from a single female headed household with two sisters. Her mom could not afford a formal for Sue to attend her prom and Sue was hesitant to go shopping in her wheelchair. Once at the Prom Project, Sue received a personal shopper that helped her look for a dress. The personal shopper stayed with Sue and she found the perfect dress. Sue was then pampered by the hairstylist and makeup designer. Her mom waited outside as the personal shopper pampered Sue. When Sue was finished, her mom was invited in to see her dress and new makeover. Sue's mom cried and said, "I didn't think we could afford this, thank you. My daugher looks beautiful." Sue just smiled.

YWSafe Self Defense Workshop

YWSafe Self Defense Workshop is designed for girls and women who use public transportation for work or school. The YWSafe Self Defense Program focuses on the following skills: 1) Learning to be aware about your surroundings; 2) Recognizing potential dangerous situations; 3) Avoiding Potential Dangerous Situations; and 4) Learning Self-Confidence and Defense skills. The workshop is taught by certified Rape, Agression and Defense Instructors. 
Budget  $56,000.00
Category  Public Safety, Disaster Services, General/Other Safety Education
Population Served Poor,Economically Disadvantaged,Indigent Other Economic Level At-Risk Populations
Program Short-Term Success 
Short term successes include:
1) The ability to demonstrate 10 self-defense techniques to implement when in danger;  2) The ability to identify potential dangerous situations through role play activities; 3) The abilitly to understand how to report crimes to the police regarding battery, sexual harrassment and sexual assult; 4) Developing self-confidence within a safe environment.
 
 
Program Long-Term Success 
Long term success is 100% of the girls and women who participate, develop self-confidence and reduce their fear of using public transportation for school or work. According to a survey conducted by the Los Angeles Metropolitan Transportation Authority one if five passengers who use buses felt unsafe due to sexual harrassment or other forms of "unwanted sexual attention."
 
The second long term success is 100% of the women will be able to use language and judgement to report crimes to the police. According to the Rape Abuse and Incest National Network 60% of sexual assults are not reported to police. 
Program Success Monitored By 
Pre-post tests measuring the ability to recognize dangerous situations, how to report to the police if exposed to battery, sexual harrassment and sexual assult.  The self-defense skills are measured by one-on-one with the self-defense instructor, deomonstration/ return demonstation.
Examples of Program Success 
Over 150 girls and their mothers participated in the YWSafe Self Defense Workshops implemented the Downtown Community Center and at the West Anaheim Youth Center, both at-risk, high crime areas.  Evaluations indicated that 97% learned self-defense modalities, felt more confidence when taking public transportation and felt that they were better able to talk to police should an incidence happen. At all of the workshops there were several cases of reported crimes that happened to the participants or friends. These emotional testimonies helped bond the participants together in realizing how important it is to learn not to be a victim. 

Management


CEO/Executive Director Mrs. Diane Masseth-Jones M.S.
CEO Term Start Sept 2002
CEO Email [email protected]
CEO Experience
Diane Masseth-Jones began her tenure with the YWCA in September, 2002. Diane has her Master Degree in Community Health Education from California State University, Long Beach. She has over 39 years experience in the nonprofit sector. Prior to coming to the YWCA, she held the position of Executive Director at the American Lung Association of Orange County. She is a Certified Grant writer and experienced in all areas of fundraising including special events, planned giving, membership campaigns, and corporate giving. 
 
In 2006, Diane was named as one of the top 25 most influencial people in North Orange County by the North Orange County Magazine. She was selected as a Woman of Honor in 2012 by Farmers and Merchant's Bank and as a 2013 Woman of Distinction in Business by Assemblywoman Sharon Quirk-Silva.   Diane is the President of the  National Association of NAYE Executives and the 2018 Chairwoman of the 2018 NAYE National Conference, scheduled for November 2018 in Newport Beach, CA.  She is a member of the Rotary Club of Fullerton. In 2014 the YWCA of North Orange County, under Diane's leadership, the YWCA of North Orange County was selected by the Fullerton Chamber of Commerce for the Quality of Life Award.  Also under her leadership, the YWCA of North Orange County participated as a member of a national panel addressing safety net outreach for medically under served, at-risk, low income, multicultural women at the 2017 Avon Breast Cancer Crusade held in Miami Beach, Florida. The YWCA of North Orange County was also a member of the 2017-2018 National Community of Practice Network of Organizations selected by the Avon Foundation.
 
 
 
 
 

Former CEOs and Terms

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Senior Staff

Name Title Experience/Biography
Grace Min Kim Manager, Korean Outreach Grace Kim has provided 17 years of experience in reaching medically unserved Korean women with our Early Breast Cancer Screening services. She provides multicultural outreach for Korean/Chineese/English women who participate in our program. 
Rose Ruiz Manager, Hispanic Outreach Rose Ruiz has 12 years experience with the YWCA of North Orange County providing outreach and services for our Neighborhood Link to Breast Cancer Screening Program. Rose provides multicultural outreach for the English/Spanish clients. 
Mrs. Susana Torres Neighborhood Link Navigator Susana has 7 years experience in navigating low-income, at-risk, multicultural women into accessing breast health care and screening. She is bilingual English/Spanish, born in Mexico, she provides culturally sensitive outreach to our Latina women. 

Awards

Award Awarding Organization Year
Quality of Life Award Fullerton Chamber of Commerce 2014

Affiliations

Affiliation Year
Affiliate/Chapter of National Organization (i.e. Girl Scouts of the USA, American Red Cross, etc.) - Affiliate/chapter 1948

External Assessments and Accreditations

External Assessment or Accreditation Year
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Collaborations

Collaborative partnerships are part of our rich history. We organize over 150 early breast cancer detection screening each year for multicultural, uninsured, women. Early breast cancer screenings are held in over 54 neighborhoods throughout Orange County in sites such as Catholic, Presbyterian, Baptist Churches, Buddhist Temples, Mosques, breast, senior, and community centers. We collaborate with the breast cancer community, foundations, physicians, and mammography vendors to assure that women who fall through the cracks receive life saving early prevention screening.
 
The Thurmond and McGarvey Scholarship Programs network with key Adult Re-entry staff at Fullerton and CSUF to identify scholarship candidates.
 
Our Prom Project/ Marine Wive's Program bring together over 30 high schools throughout Orange County and families of Marines stationed at Camp Pendleton so that girls and women can attend their formal events with dignity, pride and self-confidence.
 
We collaborate with Fullerton College and the Women's Reentry Center at California State University Fullerton for the disbursing of  adult reentry scholarships.
 
We collaborate with the City of Anaheim on the Youth Employment Services Outreach program. We also partner with the Orange County Regional Occupational Program, North Orange County Community College District, Anaheim Union School District, Fullerton Union School District, Job Corp., Job Conservation Corps., Taller Jose, and 300 local employers in the Anaheim area. We collaborate with the Orange County Family Violence Coalition in planning an annual Generational Violence Conference (birth to senior life) focusing on prevention and services.

Staff Information

Number of Full Time Staff 4
Number of Part Time Staff 4
Number of Volunteers 130
Number of Contract Staff 1
Staff Retention Rate % 90%
Staff Professional Development Yes

Staff Demographics

Ethnicity African American/Black: 0
Asian American/Pacific Islander: 2
Caucasian: 0
Hispanic/Latino: 3
Native American/American Indian: 1
Other: 0
Other (if specified): 0
Gender Female: 8
Male: 0
Not Specified 0

Plans & Policies

Organization has Fundraising Plan? Yes
Organization has Strategic Plan? Under Development
Years Strategic Plan Considers 3
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 Yes
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

Thank you for this opportunity to highlight our organization. We stand proud as good stewards of the public's trust and for the work we do in the communities we serve

Foundation Comments

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Governance


Board Chair Ms. Amee Laxpati COO
Board Chair Company Affiliation Alinea Medical Imaging Inc.
Board Chair Term July 2018 - June 2019
Board Co-Chair Mrs. Noel Burch Branch Manager
Board Co-Chair Company Affiliation Credit Union of Southern California
Board Co-Chair Term July 2018 - June 2019

Board Members

Name Company Affiliations Status
Ms. Cynthia Aguirre M.A. Budget Analyst La Habra School Board Member Voting
Mr. Davis Barber Owner Video Services Voting
Mrs. Noel Burch Branch Manager Southern California Credit Union Voting
Miss Roslina Camacho M.A. WoMan and Reentry Center, California State University Fullerton Voting
Ms Iris Cortes Police Corporal California State University Fullerton Voting
Mrs. Rosamaria Gomez-Amaro Retired Voting
Ms. Katie Gonzales CPA, CFO St. Jude Medical Center Voting
Mr. David Hoeltzer Owner Celerity Systems Inc. Voting
Mrs. Linda Holman Enlightened Growth Center Voting
Ms Judy Karsting Global media Panasonic Voting
Mrs. Amee Laxpati Chief Operating Officer Alinea Medical Imaging, Inc. Voting
Ms. Sheila Marwaha M.S. Community Volunteer Voting
Mrs. Diane Masseth-Jones CEO YWCA of North Orange County NonVoting
Mrs. Rosa Perez-Wozab Counselor Eastside Christian High School Voting
Mrs. Teresa Ramos Retired, Panasonic Retired. Panasonic Voting
Ms. Genna Ramos Silletta Leasing Agent Satellite Management Voting
Ms. Teresa Rodriguez Dir. Miraloma Center City of Anaheim Voting
Miss Ashley Sung Student Representative Student Representative NonVoting
Mrs. Tina Sung Community Volunteer Voting
Mrs. Clair Takeda M.A. Ivey Crest Montessori Voting
Mr. Don Thurmond Ret. Procurement Officer -- Voting
Mrs. Lisa Wozab VP Sales American Window Coverings Inc. 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
Kae Ja Pai M.D. Physician, Priviate Practice Exofficio

Board Demographics

Ethnicity African American/Black: 0
Asian American/Pacific Islander: 3
Caucasian: 6
Hispanic/Latino: 9
Native American/American Indian: 1
Other: --
Other (if specified): Eastern Indian 2
Gender Female: 18
Male: 3
Not Specified 0

Board Information

Board Term Lengths 3
Board Term Limits 3
Board Meeting Attendance % 95%
Written Board Selection Criteria Yes
Written Conflict Of Interest Policy Yes
Percentage of Monetary Contributions 100%
Percentage of In-Kind Contributions 100%
Board Orientation Yes

CEO Comments

We are a small but passionate, grassroots, human service, nonprofit organization.  If you look at our organization, it is made up of people who both serve and receive services from our organization. Passion is what drives the work that we do and  how we are governed. Our passion is coupled with a belief that we are making a difference in the lives of others. In direct alignment with a person's passion and values, is the  challenge to help move the YWCA into a more powerful and focused direction. We need to find generations of passionate individuals, young adults, adults, and seniors, who believe in our mission and ask them to chose the YWCA as their charity of choice. Right now we are at a tipping point and our challenge is to find individuals to continue to move the YWCA forward into the future as an effective efficient and successful nonprofit. We need people with a diversified skill base, multi-level experiences, and compassion for others. Look at our webpage www.ywcanoc.org or call your Executive Director, Diane Masseth-Jones, at (714) 871-4488 to learn more about the YWCA or to volunteer, make a donation or participate in our board or committee governance.

Foundation Comments

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Standing Committees

  • Audit
  • Executive
  • Nominating

Financials


Revenue vs. Expense ($000s)

Expense Breakdown 2017 (%)

Expense Breakdown 2016 (%)

Expense Breakdown 2015 (%)

Prior Three Years Total Revenue and Expense Totals

Fiscal Year 2017 2016 2015
Total Revenue $345,481 $359,229 $358,873
Total Expenses $391,590 $375,460 $386,793

Prior Three Years Revenue Sources

Revenue By Revenue Source
Fiscal Year 2017 2016 2015
Foundation and
Corporation Contributions
$258,407 $270,237 $282,481
Government Contributions $0 $15,000 $15,000
    Federal -- -- --
    State -- -- --
    Local -- -- --
    Unspecified -- $15,000 $15,000
Individual Contributions -- -- --
Indirect Public Support -- $0 $0
Earned Revenue $13,044 $325 $689
Investment Income, Net of Losses $20,493 $7,821 $17,487
Membership Dues $7,965 $7,292 $7,207
Special Events $36,052 $31,724 $35,546
Revenue In-Kind -- $0 $0
Other $9,520 $26,830 $463

Prior Three Years Expense Allocations

Expense By Type
Fiscal Year 2017 2016 2015
Program Expense $302,609 $300,885 $314,833
Administration Expense $81,446 $67,536 $65,230
Fundraising Expense $7,535 $7,039 $6,730
Payments to Affiliates -- $0 $0
Total Revenue/Total Expenses 0.88 0.96 0.93
Program Expense/Total Expenses 77% 80% 81%
Fundraising Expense/Contributed Revenue 3% 2% 2%

Prior Three Years Assets and Liabilities

Assets and Liabilities
Fiscal Year 2017 2016 2015
Total Assets $734,808 $772,521 $809,783
Current Assets $136,776 $549,856 $532,320
Long-Term Liabilities -- $0 $0
Current Liabilities $14,412 $13,529 $19,543
Total Net Assets $720,396 $758,992 $790,240

Short Term Solvency

Fiscal Year 2017 2016 2015
Current Ratio: Current Assets/Current Liabilities 9.49 40.64 27.24

Long Term Solvency

Fiscal Year 2017 2016 2015
Long-term Liabilities/Total Assets 0% 0% 0%
Endowment Value --
Spending Policy Income Only
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? --

CEO Comments

Our largest program is our Neighborhood Early Breast Cancer Screening Program for the medically underserved.  The challenge this year is the transitional phase of the National Healthcare Program or Covered California and how it has affected our program. Because there is an impression that everyone has access to medical insurance or care, and will qualify, funding for our Early Breast Cancer Screening program for the medically underserved has declined. In reality, we are reaching the poorest, at-risk women who do not qualify for Covered California and still need help. We have also seen a steep rise in breast cancers in this population. The standard is 5 breast cancers per 1,000 women screened. We screened 2,045 women from January 1 to June 30 and have found 14 breast cancers. This is our opportunity to assure that no woman falls through the cracks and goes undiagnosed, diagnosed at a later, more life thretening stage.
 
We are good stewards of the public's trust. We are a small, grassroots organization where 99.4% of what we raise stays in Orange County. Only 0.6% goes to our National Office, the YWCA of the USA to pay for advocacy and branding services. We have a Finance and Audit Committee that meets rountinely and our financial status is reviewed by the board at every board meeting. We are transparent, adhearing to our internal controls, financial and investment policies.

Foundation Comments

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

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