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Community Boating, Inc.

 21 David G Mugar Way
 Boston, MA 02114
[P] (617) 523-1038
[F] (617) 523-6959
http://www.community-boating.org
[email protected]
Charles Zechel
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INCORPORATED: 1946
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EIN 04-2084042

LAST UPDATED: 05/30/2016
Organization DBA --
Former Names --
Organization received a competitive grant from the Boston Foundation in the past five years No

Summary

Mission StatementMORE »

The mission of Community Boating, Inc. is to enable “Sailing for All”. We offer sailing and other water sports to people of all ages, abilities, and means in the greater Boston area. We promote an accessible and welcoming environment that encourages learning, volunteerism, and community spirit.
 
As a cherished and historic asset in Boston, Community Boating will flourish as a recognized center of sailing excellence, delivering water-sports programs of quality that appeal to our diverse community of members.  

    Mission Statement

    The mission of Community Boating, Inc. is to enable “Sailing for All”. We offer sailing and other water sports to people of all ages, abilities, and means in the greater Boston area. We promote an accessible and welcoming environment that encourages learning, volunteerism, and community spirit.
     
    As a cherished and historic asset in Boston, Community Boating will flourish as a recognized center of sailing excellence, delivering water-sports programs of quality that appeal to our diverse community of members.  

      FinancialsMORE »

      Fiscal Year Jan 01, 2016 to Dec 31, 2016
      Projected Income $1,859,907.00
      Projected Expense $1,801,440.00

      ProgramsMORE »

      • Junior Program
      • Universal Access Program

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      Overview

      Mission Statement

      The mission of Community Boating, Inc. is to enable “Sailing for All”. We offer sailing and other water sports to people of all ages, abilities, and means in the greater Boston area. We promote an accessible and welcoming environment that encourages learning, volunteerism, and community spirit.
       
      As a cherished and historic asset in Boston, Community Boating will flourish as a recognized center of sailing excellence, delivering water-sports programs of quality that appeal to our diverse community of members.  

        Background Statement

        Community Boating, Inc. operates the oldest and largest public sailing program in the United States. Located on the banks of the Charles River in Boston, CBI was founded by Joseph Lee, Jr., a member of a wealthy Brahmin family with strong philanthropic values. Mr. Lee’s specific goal was to teach the general public, but especially youth, important life-skills and how to sail. In 1937, on the roof-tops of Boston’s West End neighborhood, Joseph Lee gathered urban youth and helped them first build simple sailboats and then sail them on the Charles. In 1941 the Boathouse was built, and in 1946, Community Boating, Inc. was incorporated as a 501(c) (3) educational non-profit organization to operate the Junior Program and offer adults affordable sailing during the times when the Juniors were not using the boats. Today, CBI offers classes and boat usage at all skill levels and various boat types including kayaking and windsurfing to kids, adults and individuals with special needs.

        The Junior Program teaches hundreds of children aged 10 to 17 to sail, windsurf, and kayak each summer. The competitive race team participates in regional and national events, and the Instructor-In-Training program develops instructional skills and responsibility. In recent years CBI has added spring and fall programming and integrated environmental stewardship and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) education into the program. More than 1,500 children participate in the Junior Program each year.

        The Adult Program operates from April through October, offering affordable memberships that include classes and instruction and unlimited sailing, windsurfing, and kayaking. Members also participate in formal and informal racing, and a wide variety of social events and volunteer opportunities. Each year approximately 3,500 adult members join CBI.

        In CBI’s Universal Access Program, adults and children with disabilities and their guests have the use of specialized, accessible sailboats and transfer equipment, dedicated staff assistance to get in and out of the boats, and sailing instruction. Reserved sessions, usually one to two hours in length, can be customized to meet individual needs, and staff are trained in assisting those with special needs. Sessions range from a short sailboat ride for therapeutic recreation to a more in-depth, learn-to-sail class structure, leading to ratings and expanded sailing privileges. Annually, the UAP serves about 250 members and their guests.


        Impact Statement

        In 2014, Community Boating successfully raised $30,000 in its #Cheers4Chairs Indiegogo Campaign to complete the design and building of an adaptive seating system for patients with paraplegia to enable independent maneuvering of a 24 foot racing sailboat in competitive sailing events for its Universal Access Program members. 

        CBI’s Junior Program has also expanded beyond the traditional ten week summer session, offering spring and fall weekend classes, as well as a winter educational and community service program for Instructors In Training. Since 2013, additional environmental stewardship and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) education, using US Sailing’s REACH curriculum, has been integrated into the program.

        The five-year strategic plan adopted in August 2010 included following goals:

        Program Goal

        Deliver high-quality programming that advances members’ skills in sailing and other water sports across multiple levels of age and capability  

        Membership Goal

        Build and sustain an enthusiastic membership through the value of our program offerings and through attractive opportunities for social and volunteer participation

        Fleet and Facilities Goal

        Program long-term investment in our fleet and facilities to support full access and functionality and to meet members’ evolving interests and needs

        Finance Goal

        Strengthen and diversify our financial base through an intentional balance of membership contributions, corporate support, individual gifts, and grants

        Governance Goal

        Ensure that CBI benefits from committed professional staffing, the oversight of an engaged Board, and an active and representative Corporation
         

         

         


        Needs Statement

        Expand development activities to increase revenues generated by fundraising events by $250,000 by 2017 and an increase in grant funding to support the Junior and Universal Access Programs.

        Invest up to $500,000 in vital fleet and capital replacements in order to provide the highest level of professional programming.

        Create a significant, long-term, and stable support mechanism to fund operational costs for the Universal Access Program of approximately $80,000 annually.

        Expand Junior Program outreach activities to children who would otherwise not have the opportunity to sail. An investment in outreach initiatives could include providing transportation or partnering with organizations who could contract transportation to those future members.

        Incorporate more formal environmental and STEM activities into the Junior Program. Additionally, beyond the existing spring and fall classes, develop after-school and high school sailing, with the potential of hosting a high-school sailing league at Community Boating, at a cost of approximately $20,000 annually.


        CEO Statement

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        Board Chair Statement

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        Geographic Area Served

        Greater Boston Region-All Neighborhoods
        Community Boating members come from nearly every city and town within what is classically defined as "Greater Boston" or within the 95/128 ring. 

        Organization Categories

        1. Recreation & Sports - Swimming, Water Recreation
        2. Education - Special Education
        3. Youth Development - Youth Centers and Clubs (includes Boys/Girls Clubs)- Multipurpose

        Independent research has been conducted on this organization's theory of change or on the effectiveness of this organization's program(s)

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        Programs

        Junior Program

        Community Boating’s Junior Program operates for 10 weeks each summer, with additional sessions during spring vacation week and on Saturdays in May and September. The program is open to any child aged 10 to 17 who can capably swim, and includes access to all classes, boat usage, and instruction. Membership fees are determined by an income-based, sliding scale and range from $1 - $300. Not only do the kids learn to sail, but they also gain important life-skills such as independence, self-confidence, and community-involvement. Juniors build their own social networks with children outside their regular communities, and every kid learns that they can take on new challenges and succeed, all in the fun and recreational activity of sailing. The program has grown to include a wide array of components including competitive racing, empowerment and job-training, and environmental stewardship and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) education.

         

        Budget  $277,500.00
        Category  Recreation & Sports, General/Other Boating
        Population Served Children and Youth (0 - 19 years)
        Program Short-Term Success  Immediate outcomes of the Junior Program are that members show an active and excited appreciation of the sport of sailing, community spirit, camaraderie and awareness of the environment. Sailors return for multiple sessions and multiple seasons to continue to grow their skills and engage in the organization as volunteers, staff members, and eventually as members of other programs. We project a growth of the Instructor-In-Training program, resulting in more members contributing to teaching and helping new members through the program. Additionally, with the expansion of race-team activities, more CBI sailors will participate in competitive activities as well as recreational sailing beyond their experiences in our summer program.
        Program Long-Term Success  The first and most attainable long-term goal of the Junior Program is to build life-long sailors through the appreciation of water-sports, boats, and boating. The practical skills learned in our program are absolutely transferable to other types of boats or types of sailing, and we project that Junior members will continue this activity throughout their lifetime. Additionally, by participating in our program and maturing in their lives, we know that the program will have a significant positive impact on many areas, including life-skills such as self-confidence, responsibility, working as a member of a team as well as problem-solving independently, and leadership skills. And finally, members of the Junior Program will have a respect for community involvement and volunteerism and act as stewards of the environment.
        Program Success Monitored By 

        CBI measures the success of the Junior Program in a number of ways. Outreach efforts are evaluated primarily on the number of children who join through our partner groups. Our application form requests basic information so that we can keep track of the populations we serve. The overall success of the Junior Program can be evaluated by participation and retention rates.

         

        We also measure the success of each of our members, tracking classes attended and ratings awarded. Our database records all boats that come and go from the dock, who’s on board, and what they are doing on the water, such as sailing, racing, and teaching, and our annual program report presents this in tabular form.

        The most valuable measures come directly from the members and their families. When you look out at the dock or out on the water, and see the smiles, laughing and excitement on the faces of the members, and hear from their parents that they can’t wait to come back again, we know that the program is a success.

         

        Examples of Program Success 

        The Instructor in Training (IIT) program has grown both in number of participants and overall hours in the past five years; each year about seventy-five Junior members complete around 1,500 hours of service in teaching and class time. IITs also give back by participating in community service projects such as collaborating with Boston Family Boatbuilding to help urban youth build wooden rowboats. The Instructor in Training program and the Junior Program Race Team have been very successful in generating future staff. Historically, over 60% of the most-committed IITs or race-team members have become paid instructors at CBI or other programs, and many have continued on in sailing, boating, or teaching through their education and careers.

         


        Universal Access Program

        Community Boating’s Universal Access Program, launched in 2007 in partnership with the DCR’s Universal Access program, the Executive Office of Environmental Affairs Office of Public Private Partnerships, and Genzyme Corporation, is open to anyone who requires adaptive equipment or special assistance to be able to sail. Adults and children with disabilities and their guests have the use of specialized, accessible sailboats and transfer equipment, dedicated staff assistance to get in and out of the boats, and sailing instruction, all for a low membership rate of $50, or as little as $1 for those in need of scholarships. Reserved sessions, usually one to two hours in length, can be customized to meet individual needs, and UAP staff are trained in assisting members in a variety of boats, equipment, and situations. Sessions can range from a short sailboat ride for therapeutic recreation to a more in-depth learn-to-sail class structure, leading to ratings and expanded sailing privileges.

        Budget  $72,000.00
        Category  Recreation & Sports, General/Other Boating
        Population Served People/Families with of People with Disabilities People/Families with of People with Physical Disabilities People/Families with People of Developmental Disabilities
        Program Short-Term Success 

        Every member of the Universal Access Program, even with just one sailing session, gains concrete new skills and strengths, both physical and emotional, and socialization. This supports CBI’s goals of self-confidence, empowerment, and quality of life. At the outset of the program, one of our goals was not to offer just single sailboat ‘rides’ for therapy but to create true sailors as members of the community. This has already been realized with a number of members who attained more advanced sailing privileges that transcended their reserved sessions. One of the most exciting developments is the expansion of the Sonar racing series. With the goal of integrating UAP members more fully into the wider CBI community, racing is offered to both UAP and Adult Program members, making this a “co-able” series. Sailors of all abilities and skill levels participate, with UAP instructors on board to assist, coach and maintain safety, and sail alongside both beginner and experienced AP racers.

        Program Long-Term Success  The success of the Universal Access Program stems from the dedicated, individualized approach to each sailor, their needs, goals, and abilities. The recreational and therapeutic benefits of the program have immediate outcomes for member’s self-confidence and markedly improve quality of life. The UAP expands people’s horizons and challenges the notion of disability isolation by socializing in a much broader community. This leads to such empowering things as future employment opportunities and participation in other ‘adventurous’ activities. For instance, a UAP member related that it’s because of this program that he finally purchased a computer, got an email address, and began to use the internet. Members will represent CBI in the growing sailing community, at competitive events, and in waters beyond our Basin.
        Program Success Monitored By  CBI measures the success of the Universal Access Program in a number of ways, both quantitative and qualitative. One quantitative measure of success is the number of people we reach, and another is their diversity. We seek feedback from our members, and work with them to craft a program that better meets their needs.

        Primarily, however, we measure the success of each of our members. Not every UAP member is able to sail independently, but those who can, take the same rating tests as the rest of our members, and earn the same sailing privileges. Our database records all boats that come and go from the dock, who’s on board, and what they are doing on the water, and our annual program report presents this information in tabular form.

        Finally, we use simple evaluation of our success by supervising all aspects of the program, speaking with instructors at our regularly scheduled staff debriefs, and looking at the smiling faces on the dock or in the boats.

        Examples of Program Success  Community Boating programs thrive on the member-teach-member history, and more experienced UAP members also share their knowledge on the water. Dennis Brady, an all-star UAP member since the program’s founding in 2007, was very gracious in assisting other UAP members in their sailing education last season. Dennis, a blind Sonar sailor, joined a young 7 year old visually impaired boy on a sail with his family in hopes of giving him some pointers on how to use his other senses to sail. Although there was some shyness from his young student at the beginning, upon landing back on the dock, the whole boat was smiling and Dennis promised of his student “He’s gonna be a great sailor one day!!” Pairing up members with each other as well as chosen volunteers from the Junior and Adult program will be a cornerstone of Universal Access instruction in the future.

        CEO/Executive Director/Board Comments

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        Management


        CEO/Executive Director Mr. Charles Zechel
        CEO Term Start Oct 2002
        CEO Email [email protected]
        CEO Experience

        Charles Zechel has served as Executive Director of Community Boating, Inc. (CBI) since October 2002. During his tenure as Executive Director, Mr. Zechel has led the organization to develop the nationally recognized Universal Access Sailing Program (UAP). Commencing in 2007 in partnership with the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation, CBI began offering programming to sailors with disabilities. In 2011 over 400 sailors were participants. Additionally CBI expanded youth outreach by providing low cost sailing memberships and partnering with other youth service organizations. In 2011 CBI provided over 600 full season sailing memberships at a nominal cost of $1, and an additional 400 memberships at less than $100. Today CBI’s youth programming takes advantage of the uniqueness of sailing to include environmental education and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) learning.

        Commencing in the spring of 2004, CBI was faced with a severely deteriorating pier. Mr. Zechel led a process of advocacy with the Dept. of Conservation and Recreation, government leaders, and interested parties to fully replace the Community Boating piers. In April 2010, Governor Patrick announced the Commonwealth’s commitment to replace the piers. The project was started in September 2010 and completed in May 2011.

        Prior to becoming Executive Director, Mr. Zechel served as CBI’s Adult Program Director. His sailing experience includes around the buoy and long distance racing and extensive coastal passage making. Before launching his career in sailing, Mr. Zechel worked in several family owned enterprises. Mr. Zechel is a graduate of Reed College.
        Co-CEO --
        Co-CEO Term Start --
        Co-CEO Email --
        Co-CEO Experience --

        Former CEOs and Terms

        Name Start End
        Mr. Hart Kelley Sept 1997 Aug 2002
        Mr. Peter Lyons June 1995 July 1997

        Senior Staff

        Name Title Experience/Biography
        Mr. Andrew Alletag Adult Program Director Andrew Alletag grew up sailing at Community Boating and has served in a variety roles from Junior instructor and Junior Race Team Coach to Adult Program Dockstaff and a member of the shop staff. Since 2011, Andrew has managed adult learn to sail memberships, racing, harbor trips and the volunteers and instructors as the Director of the Adult Program. Additionally, he serves as the head sailing coach to the International School of Boston.
        Mr. Paul Gammons Director, Fleet and Facilities Paul Gammons has been working in the boating community his entire life, and has served on the maintenance staff for over ten years. Paul is expertly experienced in fiberglass repair, all aspects of engine repair, metal working and fabrication. And he strives to continue to provide the best equipment available working at all times for the programs. 
        Ms. Ginger Leib Director of Youth Programs Ginger has worked at Community Boating since 2010, first as an instructor in the youth program and then as the Youth Program Assistant Director. She has worked at sailing programs for seven years, previously working at the Waterfront Center and Seawanhaka Corinthian Yacht Club on the Long Island Sound and Hudson River Community Sailing in Manhattan. She has a B.S. in Geology from the College of Charleston.
        Ms. Jenney Szeto Director of Marketing & Community Relations --

        Awards

        Award Awarding Organization Year
        Volunteer of the Year: Diane Brancazio US Sailing 2016
        Outstanding Organizational Leader: Charlie Zechel US Sailing 2012
        Community Sanctioned Program US Sailing 2011
        Outstanding Director of a Seasonal Program US Sailing 2011
        Esplanade Centennial Luminary The Esplanade Association 2010
        Outstanding Director of a Seasonal Program US Sailing 2010
        Outstanding Leadership US Sailing 2010
        Outstanding Outreach and Inclusion US Sailing 2010
        Prosser Award for Excellence in Training and Teaching US Sailing 2010
        Outstanding Program or Service Perkins School for the Blind 2009
        Outstanding Program for Disabled Sailors US Sailing 2008

        Affiliations

        Affiliation Year
        American National Red Cross --
        US SAILING --
        Member of state association of nonprofits? No
        Name of state association --

        External Assessments and Accreditations

        External Assessment or Accreditation Year
        US SAILING 2011

        Collaborations

        DCR

        Mass Bay League

        The Esplanade Association

        Charles River Conservancy

        Environmental Protection Agency

         

        MGH/ Partners Healthcare

         

        Perkins School for the Blind

        Spaulding Rehab

        Paralympics USA 

        Special Olympics of Massachusetts

        Children’s Hospital of Boston

        Door2Door

        Home Base

         

         

        Union Boat Club

        Head of the Charles Regatta

        Dragon Boat Club of Boston

         

        Boston Family Boatbuilding

         

        Cape Cod Bay Challenge/ Challenge on the Charles

         

        Courageous Sailing Center

         

        Save the Harbor, Save the Bay

        Rozalia Project

        Home Energy Efficiency Team

        The Green Streets Initiative

        SUN Aware

         

        ABCD Summer Works

        Mayor’s Summer Youth Employment Program, Cambridge

         

        YMCA

        Boys and Girls

        Boston Centers for Youth and Families

        Cambridge Community Center

        United South End Settlements

        The Learning Project

        Phillips Brooks House Association

        Wilmington Rec

        Burlington Rec

        Brookline Rec
         
        EF Education First 
        Polar Beverages 
        Sea Bags Maine

        CEO/Executive Director/Board Comments

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        Foundation Comments

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        Staff Information

        Number of Full Time Staff 9
        Number of Part Time Staff 65
        Number of Volunteers 350
        Number of Contract Staff 4
        Staff Retention Rate % 78%

        Staff Demographics

        Ethnicity African American/Black: 0
        Asian American/Pacific Islander: 0
        Caucasian: 0
        Hispanic/Latino: 0
        Native American/American Indian: 0
        Other: 75
        Other (if specified): 75
        Gender Female: 0
        Male: 0
        Not Specified 75

        Plans & Policies

        Organization has Fundraising Plan? Yes
        Organization has Strategic Plan? Yes
        Years Strategic Plan Considers 5
        Management Succession Plan No
        Business Continuity of Operations Plan No
        Organization Policies And Procedures Yes
        Nondiscrimination Policy Yes
        Whistle Blower Policy Yes
        Document Destruction Policy No
        Directors and Officers Insurance Policy Yes
        State Charitable Solicitations Permit Yes
        State Registration Exempt

        Risk Management Provisions

        Accident and Injury Coverage
        Automobile Insurance
        Boiler and Machinery
        Business Income
        Commercial General Insurance
        Commercial General Liability
        Commercial General Liability and D and O and Umbrella or Excess and Automobile and Professional
        Computer Equipment and Software
        Crime Coverage
        Directors and Officers Policy
        Extra Expense Insurance
        General Property Coverage
        Inland Marine and Mobile Equipment
        Liquor Liability
        Property in Transit and Off Premises
        Water Craft and Aircraft
        Workers Compensation and Employers' Liability
        Employment Practices Liability
        Disability Insurance
        Medical Health Insurance

        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 Semi-Annually

        Governance


        Board Chair Ms. Karyn Brudnicki J.D. and M. Be.
        Board Chair Company Affiliation Executive Office of Health and Human Services
        Board Chair Term Oct 2008 - Oct 2017
        Board Co-Chair --
        Board Co-Chair Company Affiliation --
        Board Co-Chair Term -

        Board Members

        Name Company Affiliations Status
        Ms. Karyn Brudnicki J.D. and M.Be Executive Office of Health and Human Services for Massachusetts Voting
        Mr. Gary DuMoulin Genzyme Corporation Voting
        Mr. Clifford A. Gaysunas Jr. Santander Voting
        Ms. Lauren Graber Collora LLP Voting
        Mr. Andrew Griesinger Braver Wealth Management, LLC Voting
        Mr. Scott Kline Philips Electronics, NA Corp Voting
        Mr. Jay Kronfeld Kronfeld & Associates Voting
        Mr. Brian McManus Latham & Watkins LLP Voting
        Mr. Gus Simiao Brown University Voting

        Constituent Board Members

        Name Company Affiliations Status
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        Youth Board Members

        Name Company Affiliations Status
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        Advisory Board Members

        Name Company Affiliations Status
        Mr. Colin Angle iRobot, Inc. NonVoting
        Mr. Steve Burrington Former DCR Commissioner NonVoting
        Mr. Gene Clapp Former President, Union Boat Club NonVoting
        Mr. Herb Nolan Solomon Fund NonVoting
        Ms. Renata von Tscharner Charles River Conservancy NonVoting

        Board Demographics

        Ethnicity African American/Black: 0
        Asian American/Pacific Islander: 0
        Caucasian: 100
        Hispanic/Latino: 0
        Native American/American Indian: 0
        Other: 0
        Other (if specified): 1 Disabled
        Gender Female: 22
        Male: 78
        Not Specified 0

        Board Information

        Board Term Lengths 3
        Board Term Limits 0
        Board Meeting Attendance % 92%
        Written Board Selection Criteria Yes
        Written Conflict Of Interest Policy Yes
        Percentage of Monetary Contributions 100%
        Percentage of In-Kind Contributions 100%
        Constituency Includes Client Representation Yes

        Standing Committees

        • Advisory Board / Advisory Council
        • Board Governance
        • Compensation
        • Finance
        • Investment
        • Strategic Planning / Strategic Direction

        CEO/Executive Director/Board Comments

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        Foundation Comments

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        Financials


        Revenue vs. Expense ($000s)

        Expense Breakdown 2014 (%)

        Expense Breakdown 2013 (%)

        Expense Breakdown 2012 (%)

        Prior Three Years Total Revenue and Expense Totals

        Fiscal Year 2014 2013 2012
        Total Revenue $1,738,168 $1,695,338 $1,620,616
        Total Expenses $1,563,320 $1,501,301 $1,471,461

        Prior Three Years Revenue Sources

        Fiscal Year 2014 2013 2012
        Foundation and
        Corporation Contributions
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        Government Contributions $0 $0 $0
            Federal -- -- --
            State -- -- --
            Local -- -- --
            Unspecified -- -- --
        Individual Contributions $289,852 $336,547 $343,213
        Indirect Public Support -- -- --
        Earned Revenue $2,827 $-29,289 $166
        Investment Income, Net of Losses $63,709 $189,890 $91,928
        Membership Dues $1,052,679 $972,988 $903,871
        Special Events -- -- --
        Revenue In-Kind -- -- --
        Other $329,101 $225,202 $281,438

        Prior Three Years Expense Allocations

        Fiscal Year 2014 2013 2012
        Program Expense $1,298,218 $1,238,245 $1,225,422
        Administration Expense $140,900 $150,184 $176,144
        Fundraising Expense $124,202 $112,872 $69,895
        Payments to Affiliates -- -- --
        Total Revenue/Total Expenses 1.11 1.13 1.10
        Program Expense/Total Expenses 83% 82% 83%
        Fundraising Expense/Contributed Revenue 43% 34% 20%

        Prior Three Years Assets and Liabilities

        Fiscal Year 2014 2013 2012
        Total Assets $1,918,964 $1,679,929 $1,545,701
        Current Assets $439,613 $311,378 $322,901
        Long-Term Liabilities $0 $0 $0
        Current Liabilities $289,271 $225,084 $284,893
        Total Net Assets $1,629,693 $1,454,845 $1,260,808

        Prior Three Years Top Three Funding Sources

        Fiscal Year 2014 2013 2012
        1st (Source and Amount) -- --
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        2nd (Source and Amount) -- --
        -- --
        -- --
        3rd (Source and Amount) -- --
        -- --
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        Financial Planning

        Endowment Value $1,000,000.00
        Spending Policy Percentage
        Percentage(If selected) 5.0%
        Credit Line No
        Reserve Fund Yes
        How many months does reserve cover? --

        Capital Campaign

        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? --

        Short Term Solvency

        Fiscal Year 2014 2013 2012
        Current Ratio: Current Assets/Current Liabilities 1.52 1.38 1.13

        Long Term Solvency

        Fiscal Year 2014 2013 2012
        Long-term Liabilities/Total Assets 0% 0% 0%

        CEO/Executive Director/Board Comments

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        Foundation Comments

        Financial summary data in the charts and graphs above is per the organization's audited financials. Contributions from foundations and corporations are listed under individuals as the breakout was not available.

        Documents


        Other Documents

        No Other Documents currently available.

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