Financials

We believe in maintaining the highest standards of financial accountability and transparency. Details of our 2013-2014 revenues and expenses are listed below.

2015 Revenues1

Program specific operating grants

  • Federal - $9,698,149
  • State - $2,413,450
  • Local and Foundations - $680,764

Individual and corporate donations

  • Contributions - $335,596
  • In-kind - $104,028

Charges for services

  • Conferences and training - $57,959

General revenues

  • Investment earnings - ($41,115)
  • Other - $2,552
  • Total revenues - $13,296,380

2015 Expenses1

  • Prevention services - $9,735,897
  • Communications and development - $651,093
  • Education and professional development - $542,849
  • Monitoring and evaluation - $209,588
  • Advocacy and policy - $566,206
  • Program development and partnership convening - $1,139,921
  • Administration and strategy - $307,061
  • Total expenses - $13,152,615

Key financial highlights for fiscal year 2015

  • New grants and funding were added, increasing the budget from $11.2M to $14.4M
  • Distributed $10,284,718 in grants and contracts to organizations providing services throughout the state
  • Completed 52 trainings throughout the state with 1,733 participants, the majority of which were community prevention trainings working to prevent child maltreatment
  • Managed $2,220,912 in pass-through funding
  • Received $335,596 in individual and corporate contributions
  • Received $149,025 in in-kind donations, including a donation of cubicles valued at $33,000 for our new office space from Rogers Townsend & Thomas law office
  • Received community support from 142 volunteers who provided more than 904 hours valued at more than $18,586

1. Revenues and expenses increased significantly primarily due to full implementation of grants received in FY14.



Audited Financial Statements

IRS 990s