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KidSingers

 3947 E La Palma Avenue
 Anaheim, CA 92807
[P] (714) 612-5313
[F] --
www.kidsingers.org
[email protected]
Paul McNeff
FOUNDED: 1997
INCORPORATED: 1994
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Organization DBA KidSingers
Former Names Paul McNeff KidSingers (2003)
Organization received a competitive grant from the community foundation in the past five years Yes
Employer Identification Number 33-0634602 00000

Summary


Mission StatementMORE »

To empower at-risk youth to gain singing artistry, self-esteem, college scholarships, and a sense of community accomplishment through musical education and performance opportunities.

Mission Statement

To empower at-risk youth to gain singing artistry, self-esteem, college scholarships, and a sense of community accomplishment through musical education and performance opportunities.

FinancialsMORE »

Fiscal Year 2018
Projected Expenses $215,000.00
Projected Revenue $215,000.00

ProgramsMORE »

  • KidSingers

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Overview


Mission Statement

To empower at-risk youth to gain singing artistry, self-esteem, college scholarships, and a sense of community accomplishment through musical education and performance opportunities.

Background Statement

Since 1997, for the past 22 award-winning seasons, KidSingers has a single and simple purpose: To empower at-risk youth to gain self-esteem, self-expression and a sense of community accomplishment through the discipline of quality music training and performance opportunities. Though our primary demographic is situated in the midst of Orange County, one of America’s wealthiest geographical areas, Santa Ana’s “urban hardship” designation sets it apart as one of the poorest areas in the nation. One third of all the gangs in Orange County are within walking distance of KidSingers. This is the back-drop for the youth and families we serve. KidSingers has been able to offer a positive option to these vulnerable young people, many who have told us they feel that, without KidSingers, they would almost certainly fall prey to gangs and other destructive activities that are so prevalent in their neighborhoods. 
 

When I joined KidSingers, I didn’t know much about music. All I knew was that I liked it and it was catchy. KidSingers has helped my knowledge in music increase, also it has helped me appreciate and value music’s content for what it truly is. My family has always told me receiving a higher education will help me be successful in life in life. KidSingers has helped me come to the realization that my goal is not unreachable. They’ve presented me with the opportunity to not only attend college, but, to also make it affordable, causing my goal to be within grasp. This program has changed my outlook on many things and has made a believer and performer out of me. They have and will continue to change lives like mine for years to come, and, in the end, that’s all that matters. 

Alexis Parish: 7-year KidSinger, scholarship recipient, senior at Santa Ana High School

 

As a grass-roots organization, KidSingers not only educates our children about music and instills within them an attitude of empowerment and self-esteem, we provide them with instruction on conflict resolution and tools to help build leadership skills. A prime example is Itsai Casillas, now a graduate of the University of La Verne. When Itsai first came to KidSingers, he was shy and reserved. Throughout his six years in KidSingers, Itsai literally came out of his shell. Besides learning that it is “cool” to express himself through music, he also learned to believe in himself, in his abilities, and that he was worthy of respect. At age16, Itsai’s mother tragically passed away. The KidSingers’ community surrounded him and his family with love and support, which later prompted him to remark that he would not have made it, were it not for his KidSingers family. One year later, Itsai launched a community fund drive for the City of Hope cancer research. He is now an instructor and Production Manager with KidSingers and has become an inspirational leader for other children in our program. We are so proud of his life trajectory and how much he is already giving back. 

 
 
Our goal is to raise confident, goal oriented youth, who value themselves and want to be productive while giving back to the people of their community.  For many of our kids, KidSingers helps them break the cycle of poverty and ignorance. This service is too important to fail!
 

Impact Statement

KidSingers accomplishments revolve around our concert season as we strive to put everything we rehearse into actual live concerts. This is where we see sustained growth in our kids.  With a staff of 4 choral directors, 3 accompanists, 2 interns, 1 program director and 20 volunteers, more than two hundred (200) 1-hour rehearsals were administered to prepare for these concerts. Live performances will include: LA Angels Baseball Game singing the National Anthem in July, Festival of Children in September, Nixon Library Holiday Concert in December, Disneyland Community Arts in January, Plotkin Gallery in April, and Spring Concert and College Scholarships in May, and KidSingers Benefit in June.
 
At the Spring Concert, KidSingers awarded $8,250 in College Scholarships to 12 worthy KidSinger recipients. Since 2003 KidSingers has awarded a total of $131,000 in College Scholarship to more than 70 KidSingers. Many have completed their university or trade school degrees and are now gainfully employed, giving back to their community. Were it not for KidSingers scholarships, most of these kids would have never been able to go to college.These five accomplishments have translated to program impact as well which includes:
 
1) Virtually all KidSingers reported having learned new music, performed music in front of a live audience, made new friends, and visited new places because of KidSingers.
 
2) The participants' self-esteem increased significantly during the year as measured by both the Coopersmith Self Esteem Instrument (the gold standard of youth self esteem assessments) and the General Self scale.
 
3) 87% reported that the KidSingers program helped KidSingers become more confident about themselves. 
 
4) 85% reported having learned to respect people of other cultures because of KidSingers.
 
5) 65% reported greater confidence speaking in class because of KidSingers.
 
6) 75% increased their musical aptitude and performance skills
 
7) 75% increased in family unity.
 
 
 

Needs Statement

KidSingers five most pressing needs are: 1) funding the program 2) recruiting youth 3) producing annual Benefit 4) sustain the program 5) rehearsal venue.
 
The top need by far is to keep KidSingers funded. Unlike many other children's non-profit such as Boys and Girls Clubs, KidSingers is a grass roots organization and does not have any "umbrella" organization that assists in sustainable funding of the program. Each year, through our Adopt-A-KidSinger Challenge Grant, our corporate and foundation grant writing and our annual Benefit Fundraiser, we raise our annual program budget of $215,000. 
 
Recruitment of youth for the program involves disseminating 22,000 audition flyers each year to all Santa Ana Elementary schools. This requires calling each school, asking for the breakdown of classes, breaking down audition forms and including enough for each classroom and then hand delivering them to the schools so the teachers can pass them out to their students. Sustaining the enrollment of the kids is difficult due to a transient culture.
 
The annual Benefit has a budget of $16,000 to produce. Our annual Wine Tasting/Underwriting party helps to go directly to Benefit expenses, but it takes a lot of work to produce that and we usually still come up shy.
 

CEO Statement

The following information should give you some unique background into KidSingers as an organization. Our Executive Director, Paul McNeff, has his college degrees in choral/vocal music and had spent 45 years in his career devoted to professional singing and choral directing. In 1994, due to budget cuts at the Crystal Cathedral, a large Orange County TV church ministry, his position was cut. Instead of pursuing legal action against the mega-church, McNeff invested a little severance pay from the church into establishing his own non-profit community chorus. Following their performance of 50 music education outreach programs to the 42 elementary schools in Santa Ana, in 1997, McNeff saw a big gap, due to budget cuts in arts programs and in choral music education within the Santa Ana Unified School District. To address this issue, McNeff founded KidSingers.

Founder and Artistic Director, Paul McNeff still continues to lead rehearsals each week and maintains his up-front leadership with all KidSingers. Through his rehearsal leadership and “hands on” training, the children—but particularly boys—see that it is cool to sing and create beautiful music through live performances. Typically, boys think that music is not a “macho” thing to do but when they can look up to a man who is so devoted to the art of singing and performance, they want to develop those same traits within themselves.

A prime example is Itsai Casillas, now a junior at the University of La Verne. When Itsai first came to KidSingers, he was shy and reserved. Throughout his six years in KidSingers, Itsai literally came out of his shell. Besides learning that it is “cool” to express himself through music, he also learned to believe in himself, in his abilities, and that he was worthy of respect. At age 16 Itsai’s mother tragically passed away. The KidSingers’ community surrounded him and his family with love and support, which later prompted him to remark that he would not have made it, were it not for his KidSingers family. One year later, Itsai launched a community fund drive for the City of Hope cancer research. He is now an instructor with KidSingers and has become an inspirational leader for other children in our program. We are so proud of his life trajectory and how much he is already giving back.

 

And, after six years as a KidSinger, Huver Miranda graduated from KidSingers and Century High School, joined the Marines and donated back to the KidSingers’ program his $4,500 KidSinger college scholarship, citing that his G.I. Bill would take care of his college education. After returning to the U.S. from his first permanent assignment in Okinawa, Japan, Huver attended KidSingers’ annual Spring Concert. After being called up to say a few words about KidSingers to the concert audience, Huver eloquently went on about how KidSingers had already instilled many of the same values that the Marines had reinforced in him. He ended with a comment that blew us all away. “The Marines didn’t make me a man, KidSingers did.” We were so honored that Huver would look back at his time in KidSingers as an experience that had so shaped his development as a person and a man.

 

Board Chair Statement

I, Gaby Brown, have been involved on KidSingers Board of Directors for eleven years, the last five as President. As a Chief HR for Griswold Industries, I have witnessed the lasting impact that the KidSingers' program has had on the hundreds of kids, grades 3 - 12, whom have participated since my involvement. Our biggest success have to be contained within the fantastic concerts we produce each year that showcases the kid's solo and vocal talents and their capacity to reach out and touch an audience. I'm also very proud to point out that in the past twenty-two years, KidSingers has pinpointed three community issues and has documented in our annual program outcome surveys that this program is bringing about unique systemic changes to these issues.
 
1) According to Dr. Stefanie Phillips Ed.D., Superintendent of the Santa Ana Unified School District, were it not for KidSingers, the opportunity for youth in the SAUSD to participate in after-school music programs would not exist. Due to state budget crisis, in-school music programs have been eliminated in a wholesale manner.
 
2) According to the Santa Ana Police Department, crime is up in the after-school hours in which KidSingers rehearse. Due to a concerted effort by the SAPD in the late 90's, gang activity was greatly reduced. However, according to the O.C. Register: "The number of children between the ages of 8 and 17 who joined O.C. gangs increased 102 percent from 2009 - 2017." The SAPD has conjectured that this spike in gang activity is due to the fact that many of the gang leaders who were incarcerated in the early 2000's, are now being released from prison. They quickly fall back into their old destructive patterns. One third of all the gangs in Orange County are within walking distance of KidSingers. Due to negative economic and family issues, there is always a grave danger for our kids to fall prey to these gangs. For the past twenty years however, the KidSingers' program has stood in the gap providing the opportunity for kids to be part, as it were, of a "positive gang" experience, where they learn to value themselves and others.
 
3) The City of Santa Ana is located in the geographical center of Orange County, CA, one of the wealthiest counties per capita in the nation. By ironic contrast, Santa Ana was recently named, by the Rockefeller Institute of Urban Studies, as America's # 1 "urban hardship" city. This demographic profile serves as a back-drop for the youth and families we serve.
 
"I am confident that KidSingers plays an important preventive role in providing the kind of enrichment activities that could have prevented many of the problems I observed when children entered Orangewood Children's Home and the juvenile justice system."  -William G. Steiner - Former O.C. Supervisor and Founder of Orangewood Children's Home.
 
I am also proud to report that my company, Griswold Industries, of which I serve as Human Resources Manager, annually donates upwards of $20,000 to KidSingers general operations. Our company CEO, Martin Pickett, has been convinced of the program impact KidSingers is having on every student that is enrolled, year after year, and thus has been moved to support in this generous fashion.
 

Other Ways to Donate/Volunteer

Mail a check our office at 3947 E. La Palma Ave in Anaheim, CA 92807. We can also take credit cards over the phone by calling 714.630-3883. One can donate to KidSingers is by going online to www.kidsingers.org and click on donate to our secure donor service. In-kind donations are solicited for our annual Benefit/Auction which will be held on Saturday, June 23, 2018. A very popular campaign for private donations is our $20,000 Adopt-A-KidSinger Challenge grant which extends from October - December of each year. Volunteers are sought to help kids learn music and help prepare nutritional snacks for all rehearsals every Tuesday from 3:45pm - 7:15pm. Chaperoning is also needed for our seven public concert appearances each year. Help is also needed to disseminate 22,000 audition flyers to all 42 elementary schools in the Santa Ana Unified School District in the month of May. KidSingers College Scholarship donations are also sought in March and April each year. Since 2003, KidSingers has awarded $125,000 in college scholarship to 70 graduating KidSingers.

Geographic Area Served

Central Orange County
Even though the City of Santa Ana (92701 - 92707) is located in the geographical center of Orange County, one of the wealthiest counties per capita in the nation, it is ironic that it was recently named by the Rockefeller Institute Studies as America’s number one “urban hardship” city. This dubious distinction was formulated by using a city’s income level, crowded housing, education, unemployment and dependency – then, comparing these statistics with other cities with similar population and size. This demographic profile serves as a back-drop for the youth and families KidSingers' serves.  For more than two decades, KidSingers has been able to offer a positive option to these vulnerable young people.

Organization Categories

  1. Arts,Culture & Humanities - Singing & Choral Groups
  2. Youth Development - Single Organization Support
  3. Education - Scholarships & Student Financial Aid

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Programs


KidSingers

As a grass-roots children's charity, KidSingers innovatively responded to budget cuts in public school arts programs in Santa Ana, California. In 1997 veteran choral conductor Paul McNeff founded KidSingers as an after-school choral music program for low-income, at-risk kids. Targeting youth, ages 8 -- 18 from all 42 schools within the SASUD, KidSingers' teaches kids how to sing and perform and become better citizens. With an annual enrollment of more than 100 kids, this award-winning program has lifted thousands of kids from the streets to the heights of self-respect and hope. KidSingers concertizes at venues such as Angel Stadium and Disneyland and were featured on ABC TV's Good Morning America.

KidSingers consists of 5 choirs: KidSingers "Concert Choir" - all KidSingers grades 3 - 12; "ACT 1" - new incoming KidSingers; "ACT 2" - returning KidSingers grades 4 - 7; "ACT 3" - returning KidSingers grades 8 - 12; "MasterClass" - advanced KidSingers in grades 7 - 12.

Budget  $180,000.00
Category  Arts, Culture & Humanities, General/Other Musical Performances
Population Served Children and Youth (0 - 19 years) Adolescents Only (13-19 years) Children Only (5 - 14 years)
Program Short-Term Success 
KidSingers measures and monitors program outcomes by annually internal program impact surveys and the "Evaluation of KidSingers' After School Program" conducted by University of California Irvine's Center for Statistical Consulting, Dr. Anita Iannucci, administrator. Questions asked of KidSingers, their parents and teachers such as "Do you think KidSingers has had an impact on your (child) student?" and "Have you noticed positive changes in regard to your (child) student?" have documented an entire panoply of impressive results.

Five years ago, KidSingers implemented KidSingers MasterClass and Intern program so that kids who have graduated from KidSingers can still have a place to participate.

KidSingers College Scholarship, MasterClass and Internship programs are just a few examples of how KidSingers Impact Surveys and Evaluations have helped refine KidSingers' program to better address the specific needs and issues this program encounters.

Each year an internal impact survey is issued to KidSingers' parents, school teachers and administrators. The successes are:
 
Program Long-Term Success  Since 1997, the award winning KidSingers after-school program has provided nearly 1,400 at-risk kids with a highly disciplined, performing arts program. An enrollment of 105 youth, grades 3 -- 12, will participate in our 2012 -- 2013 season. KidSingers purpose is to provide low income youth with a quality choral/vocal music education and performance opportunities that not only culminates with dynamic concerts, but also builds their self-esteem, and confidence. Our goal is to raise confident, goal oriented youth. A total of five ensembles participate in at least five rehearsals per week which take place on Tuesdays and Thursdays in the after-school hours between 3:45 -- 6:30 pm. KidSingers concerts are: Festival of Children - September 22, 2012, Holiday Concert at Nixon Library on December 16, 2013, Disneyland Arts Showcase on January 19, 2013, and Spring Concert and Scholarship Awards on May 4, 2013. For many of our kids, KidSingers helps them break the cycle of poverty and ignorance.
Program Success Monitored By 
KidSingers' program outcomes are measured by University of California at Irvine's "Evaluation of KidSingers' After School Program" and KidSingers Internal Impact Survey administered each year to KidSingers' parents, teachers and all enrolled KidSingers.
 

Findings from these Evaluations can be summarized as follows:

All, or virtually all [KidSingers participants], reported having learned new music, performed music in front of a live audience, made new friends, and visited new places because of KidSingers.

The participants' self-esteem increased significantly during the year as measured by both the Coopersmith Self Esteem Instrument (the gold standard of youth self esteem assessments) and the General Self scale.
Examples of Program Success 
To prove the program is doing well, surveys are administered each year asking KidSingers' parents and teachers question such as: "Do you think KidSingers has had an impact on your (child) student?" and "Have you noticed positive changes in regard to your (child) student?"
Findings can be summarized as follows:

All have reported having learned new music, performed music in front of a live audience, made new friends, and visited new places because of KidSingers.

Results of survey shows: The participants' self-esteem increased by 87% each year

87% reported that the KidSingers program helped KidSingers become more confident about themselves.

85% reported having learned to respect people of other cultures because of KidSingers.

65% reported greater confidence speaking in class because of KidSingers.

75% increased their musical aptitude and performance skills

75% increased in family unity





Management


CEO/Executive Director Mr. Paul McNeff
CEO Term Start Dec 1994
CEO Email [email protected]
CEO Experience

Paul McNeff,  Executive Director,  A visionary in the field of performing arts education and in making the arts accessible to all youth, Paul McNeff has an extensive background in choral conducting, vocal performance and arts organization administration. With over 45 years of choral conducting and arts administration experience in Orange County, McNeff is well known for getting a vibrant performance out of his choruses and for a quality vocal sound. With a masters degree in Vocal Performance from Cal State Fullerton, he has done doctoral work at U.S.C. in choral conducting. Currently the Director of Music at First Presbyterian Church in Santa Ana, Mr. Paul was also the director of Choral Ministries for Robert Schuller’s Crystal Cathedral Hour of Power television choir, where his choir performed weekly to a television audience of 20 million. With his extensive background in directing all ages of choruses, he is sought after as a vocal clinician who takes great care in making sure his choruses use proper vocal technique. Administratively, he has guided KidSingers through twenty-two seasons of concerts, Benefits and annual fundraising campaigns.

 

Former CEOs and Terms

Name Start End
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Senior Staff

Name Title Experience/Biography
Ms. Sandy Brisbin Program Director Sandy Brisbin has 40 years experience in the professional arena and the last 10 as KidSingers Program Director
Mr. Paul McNeff M.A. Music Executive Director --

Awards

Award Awarding Organization Year
Pimco Excellence Award Pimco 2005
Disneyland Community Service Award Disneyland 1999

Affiliations

Affiliation Year
OC Partnership 2012
Arts OC 1999

External Assessments and Accreditations

External Assessment or Accreditation Year
US Department of Housing & Urban Development 1997

Collaborations

KidSingers has partnered with many other organizations to promote children's welfare and advocacy issues. They include: Miracle Distribution Center (office sharing space and rental) Festival of Children, Mind Research Institute, T.H.I.N.K, Nixon Library, Santa Ana Unified School District, Disneyland Teachers of the year awards, ABC TV Good Morning America, Public Television - Maya and Miguel children's program, Orange County Teacher of the Year Award, Santa Ana Boys and Girls Club, The Wooden Floor (formerly St. Joseph Ballet) Amigos (after school tutoring program) Bowers Museum Kidseum, Santa Ana Kiwaniis, First Presbyterian Church Santa Ana, St. Mark Presbyterian Church

Staff Information

Number of Full Time Staff 2
Number of Part Time Staff 0
Number of Volunteers 40
Number of Contract Staff 7
Staff Retention Rate % 100%
Staff Professional Development Yes

Staff Demographics

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

Plans & Policies

Organization has Fundraising Plan? Yes
Organization has Strategic Plan? Yes
Years Strategic Plan Considers 15
Management Succession Plan Yes
Organization Policies And Procedures Yes
Business Continuity of Operations Plan No

Risk Management Provisions

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

Reporting and Evaluations

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

Government Licenses

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CEO Comments

As Executive and Artistic Director since KidSingers inception, creating funding and revenue stream for KidSingers is by far the biggest challenge we face as a grass roots non-profit organization. We are proud of our twenty-two track record of providing an after school program that has changed hundreds of at risk inner-city (Santa Ana) kids lives for the better. We've also awarded over $135,000 in college scholarship money to 75 KidSingers graduates. But, fundraising remains the biggest nut to crack for us. Since we are grass roots, there are no "umbrella" organizations that trickle down funds to us such as other national organizations. Our $215,000 annual budget is attained by our annual $20,000 Adopt-A-KidSinger Challenge Grant (30%), Annual Gala (30%), Foundation and Corporate grants (35%) and other (5%).

Foundation Comments

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Governance


Board Chair Ms. Gaby Brown
Board Chair Company Affiliation HR - Griswold Industries
Board Chair Term Apr 2018 - Mar 2021
Board Co-Chair Mr. Bob Palazzola
Board Co-Chair Company Affiliation Community Leader
Board Co-Chair Term Apr 2015 - Mar 2018

Board Members

Name Company Affiliations Status
Ms Lianne Brewer -- --
Ms. Gaby Brown HR Griswold Industries Voting
Mr. Paul McNeff Executive Director, KidSingers Voting
Mr. Bob Palazzola Griswold Industries Voting
Ms Nora Perez -- --
Mr. Jerry Rief Retired - South Bay Abrams 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
Mr. Steve Physioc Kansas City Royals NonVoting
Mr. Bill Steiner Orangewood Children's Home NonVoting

Board Demographics

Ethnicity African American/Black: 0
Asian American/Pacific Islander: 0
Caucasian: 5
Hispanic/Latino: 1
Native American/American Indian: 0
Other: 0
Other (if specified): 0
Gender Female: 3
Male: 3
Not Specified 0

Board Information

Board Term Lengths 3
Board Term Limits 5
Board Meeting Attendance % 75%
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

It is challenging to grow a Board of Directors for a small non-profit as very influential professional people in the community want to be on a large non-profit board to receive more recognition. KidSingers went through a Board visioning process where we grew our board from twelve to twenty members. Unfortunately, with no real Board President oversight we lost some direction and our Board decreased back to six members.  Now KidSingers has achieved a sufficient size and has hit our stride of our number one goal and that is serving the underprivileged youth of Santa Ana with our choral performing arts program, live performances, college scholarship programs, internship programs, alumni outreach in MasterClass performances and seven to ten community concerts each season.

Foundation Comments

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Standing Committees

  • Advisory Board / Advisory Council
  • Development / Fund Development / Fund Raising / Grant Writing / Major Gifts

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 $203,851 $188,879 $182,607
Total Expenses $183,187 $169,164 $161,667

Prior Three Years Revenue Sources

Revenue By Revenue Source
Fiscal Year 2017 2016 2015
Foundation and
Corporation Contributions
$165,262 $153,096 $141,678
Government Contributions $0 $0 $0
    Federal -- -- --
    State -- -- --
    Local -- -- --
    Unspecified -- $0 $0
Individual Contributions -- -- --
Indirect Public Support -- $0 $0
Earned Revenue $3,084 $4,419 $4,058
Investment Income, Net of Losses $10 $8 $5
Membership Dues -- $0 $0
Special Events $35,495 $31,898 $36,866
Revenue In-Kind -- $0 $0
Other -- $-31,898 $-36,866

Prior Three Years Expense Allocations

Expense By Type
Fiscal Year 2017 2016 2015
Program Expense $148,112 $134,024 $129,549
Administration Expense $24,933 $24,758 $22,744
Fundraising Expense $10,142 $10,382 $9,374
Payments to Affiliates -- $0 $0
Total Revenue/Total Expenses 1.11 1.12 1.13
Program Expense/Total Expenses 81% 79% 80%
Fundraising Expense/Contributed Revenue 5% 6% 5%

Prior Three Years Assets and Liabilities

Assets and Liabilities
Fiscal Year 2017 2016 2015
Total Assets $135,144 $103,718 $78,300
Current Assets $121,944 $100,960 $77,132
Long-Term Liabilities $9,286 $0 $0
Current Liabilities $23,422 $21,946 $16,243
Total Net Assets $102,436 $81,772 $62,057

Short Term Solvency

Fiscal Year 2017 2016 2015
Current Ratio: Current Assets/Current Liabilities 5.21 4.60 4.75

Long Term Solvency

Fiscal Year 2017 2016 2015
Long-term Liabilities/Total Assets 7% 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? No

CEO Comments

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Foundation Comments

Summary financial data is per the  form 990s, compilations, audits and consultation with the organization.