Boys & Girls Clubs of Manatee County Inc (Boys and Girls Clubs of Manatee County)
PO Box 280
Bradenton FL 34206-0280
Mission
Mission Statement: To enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.
Leadership
CEO/Executive Director Ms. Dawn Stanhope
Board Chair Marti King
Board Chair Affiliation Community Advocate
General Info
Tax Exempt Status Public Supported Charity
Incorporation Year 1946
Awarded competitive grant from Community Foundation in the last 5 years? Yes
State Charitable Solicitations Permit Yes Mar 2017
State Registration Exempt 0
IRS Letter of Determination
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Financial Summary
 
 
Projected Revenue $3,388,742.00
Projected Expenses $3,388,742.00
Impact Statement

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Manatee County deliver nationally acclaimed programming designed to help children read at grade level, annually progress in school and ultimately graduate from high school. We also teach our members to avoid unhealthy behaviors such as: criminal activities, early sexual activity and abuse of drugs, alcohol and tobacco. The slate of programs is constantly changing to meet the needs and desires of our members. We have members from 36 of the Manatee School District’s 63 schools. Additionally, we provide transportation from 22 schools thereby expanding our outreach and access. No child is turned away due to the inability to pay. At our Clubs, children are in a safe environment where they have fun and get to be kids. Members are surrounded by caring adult professionals who provide opportunities and inspire hope for a Great Future.

Accomplishments: .

84 cents of every dollar donated goes to providing enriching programs;

4,100 members' lives are positively impacted. 

 

  • Teen Club -  The Programming for teens is conducted in the evening hours on Tuesdays, Thursdays  and Fridays at the DeSoto & Palmetto Clubs.  Activities to ensure that we create a fun & engaging atmosphere include; music, dance, sports, game tournaments, film, photography and community service activities which bring the teens together to create positive change.  Life skills programming will focus on finding their personal career & educational path to success (including access to scholarships). Programming includes such items as; how to look for a job, how to interview, how to hold a job, developing a resume, writing cover letters, applying to college and improving verbal & written communication skills to name just a few.

Recent surveys of our teen members indicated that:

90 percent would recommend the Club for Teens to their Friends;
90 percent state the Club has been a positive place for them;
More than 80 percent indicate they are having fun at the Club; they have friends at the Club; the feel safe and cared about at the Club and intend on continuing to participate in the Club. 


  • Youth of the Year competition: The 2016 Youth of the Year was recently selected: Lourde Blanc is a junior at Southeast High School and will compete in the Florida Youth of the Year program in spring 2016. 

Goals for 2016:

Complete an agency-wide strategic plan initiative;
Celebrate the agency's 70th anniversary of service to Manatee County youth;
Retool the organization's website and continue to enhance social media outreach;
Continue outreach to underserved youth in Manatee County. 


 
Needs Statement
1)  Scholarships - More than 80% of our current membership is eligible for free and or reduced lunch.  No child is turned away therefore, we need scholarship dollars to support these current members and to serve more children in the community who need us most.
 
 2)  Volunteers - it takes a village.  We need volunteers to read to club members; play sports and games; teach a unique skill such as sewing, knitting, painting;  mentoring; assist with Club events; assist with our fundraising events.
 
3)  Transportation:  We pick up our Club members from 23 school sites. Our buses are very old and are in constant need of repair.  Our asset, the children we serve, need a safe and clean form of transportation to get to our Clubs from school.
 
 4)  Replacing an Old Club - Our Club members need a place they feel safe in and looks and feels like a fun environment.  We have a Club that is very tired and needs to be updated and expanded to serve the children in the community who need us most.
 
 5)  Unmet Needs Fund - A variety of requests come from our Club programs.  Some of these requests include: school supplies, swimming lessons, money for a leadership conference, craft supplies, specialty class supplies - culinary, sewing, crocheting, music; new school shoes; Christmas gifts. These are just a few. 
Background Statement

The Boys Clubs of Manatee County, under the guidance of the Kiwanis Club of Bradenton commenced operation in February

1946. The Club was housed in a wooden frame building which had been used as a field house for major league baseball teams

training in Bradenton.

A part time Palmetto Club was established in 1957 with a baseball program. By 1960, full time operations were conducted in a

small frame building, which was acquired from the First United Methodist Church of Bradenton.

The DeSoto Club (formally the Bayshore Club) was first established in 1965 in an empty storefront in the Bayshore Gardens

Shopping Center to serve the developing South County area. In 1968, the DeSoto Club was moved into new facilities which were

constructed specifically for the Boys Club. These facilities continue in house the Bayshore Club today.

In 1992 membership was opened to both Boys & Girls and our name was officially changed to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Manatee

County.

In 2003, the Harllee Middle School Club was opened marking the first time the organization established a Boys & Girls Club

within a public school building in Manatee County. Over the next decade, five more school based clubs were established;

Daughtrey Elementary, Orange Ridge ‐ Bullock Elementary, Johnson Middle School, Lincoln Middle School, and Southeast High

School came online soon after.

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Manatee County deliver nationally acclaimed programming designed to help children read at grade

level, annually progress in school and ultimately graduate from high school, while also teaching our members to avoid

unhealthy behaviors such as; criminal activities, early sexual activity and abuse of drugs, alcohol, and tobacco.

In 2016, we offer 59 different programs including; dance, cooking, job skills and homework tutoring.

Over time, the programming offered at our Clubs expanded from sports based programming only for boys to a comprehensive

program of afterschool and summer activities for girls and boys, ages 5 – 17. The slate of programs is constantly changing to

meet the needs and the desires of our members.

In 2015, these programs reached more than 4,000 children. We have members from 36 of the 63 school facilities in Manatee

County. Additionally, we provide transportation from 22 schools thereby expanding our outreach and access. No child is turned

away for inability to pay.

At our clubs, children are in a safe environment where they have fun and get to be kids. They are surrounded by caring adult

professionals who provide opportunities and inspire hope for their Great Future.

Areas Served
Areas Served
Area
FL- Manatee
Areas Served Comments
Manatee County Florida
Locations of member residences at our Club locations were in the following zip codes:
34203, 34208, 34210, 34221, 33570, 33598, 33610, 34202, 34205, 34207, 34209, 34211, 34212, 34214, 34217, 34219, 34220, 34222, 34228, 34232, 34234, 34235, 34236, 34237, 34241, 34243, 34250, 34264, 34270, 34282, 34286, 34287
Service Categories
Primary Org Type Youth Development
Secondary Org Type Youth Development
Tertiary Org Type Youth Development
Statement from the Board Chair/Board President

 

Investing in the Boys & Girls Clubs of Manatee County as leader, board member, contributor, teacher, and volunteer brings me Great Joy!  Leading the Board of Directors is a privilege and an honor.  With great respect for the past and confidence in the future, our energized board will strive to expand the commitment of our community,  fuel the dynamic, dedicated staff, and make resourceful connections in the community in order to increase the impact of the Club on young lives throughout Manatee County.  The Club’s talented staff provide valuable life-experiences in a fun and safe environment. Our programs encourage academic success, citizenship and leadership, and healthy lifestyles.  Our 7 facilities serve 4000 member. Club Kids become productive, caring, responsible citizens who impact their own families, friends, neighborhoods, churches, schools, and workplaces – their community .

 Experiencing the successes of the Club firsthand fuels my passion for investing in it.  As a former staff , I am pleased to meet Club Kids who have grown up to become teachers, professionals, and business owners who testify with great gratitude for the influence the Club and staff had on their lives.  They are proud to be contributing to their own communities.

 As a weekly volunteer teacher, I see the excitement and feel the love of the kids. In my Good Eats Class, Kids learn about and eat food that is Goood-n-Good-for you! They have fun learning about food and the basic skills to prepare it.     

 Supporting the Club is a financial priority for me.  As a donor, I am certain the resources I share are used efficiently and can confidently ask others to join me in support.  Individual donors, community foundations, and corporate sponsors are highly valued; the relationships are cultivated; commitments respected; and successes are celebrated!

 After a thoughtful strategic planning process, the board is contemporizing its structure, increasing expectations for giving, development and participation, and strengthening its system of accountability.  The board and staff are becoming an effective team, each with unique roles, to face the challenges of a growing organization.  We strive to increase the impact of meaningful relationships and quality programming in existing clubs for current members as well as determine how and where to create new sites in order to serve more children and teens throughout the community.

 As we improve facilities and expand programming, we must continually find talented staff to work with the Kids in reasonable ratios, who can build meaningful relationships, teach life-skills and offer fun opportunities.

Serving thousands of kids requires an enormous investment in transportation.  We will update and maintain our fleet of vehicles and will work toward partnering with the school system to utilize resources wisely.

Join us in this Great Movement as an INVESTOR of time, resources, leadership, partnership. Impacting the lives of Club Kids together, we will build a healthier community for all.

 Marti King

Chairman of the Board of Directors


 


 

Statement from the CEO/Executive Director

Boys & Girls Clubs of Manatee County is much more than an out of school time and summer program.  It is THE positive place for kids to develop lifelong friendships, build character and citizenship, enjoy a healthy and active lifestyle, and achieve academic success.  Our keys to success are met by bringing the kids who need us most into an environment where they can have a magical Club experience which then leads towards changing and even saving their lives.  Our Clubs are safe, affordable and FUN for all school-age children.  While we do not define “those that need us most” by socioeconomic terms (since we strongly believe kids from all backgrounds can utilize and benefit from our programs), we ensure that no children are ever turned away for lack of ability to pay. 

As we strive for excellence in all of our Club programs and facilities which currently serve more than 4,000 Manatee County children, we ask for your support to grow and reach even more kids.  Our board and staff are committed to making the most impact possible with the resources available to us, and have been working hard to strategically map our growth and outreach efforts for long-term sustainability.

Please join us by taking a tour, getting involved as a volunteer and/or donor, and spreading the word about our Clubs.  Great futures start here!

Dawn Stanhope,
President/CEO

Programs
Description
Project Learn is composed of the following key components:
  • Power Hour (homework help and tutoring)
  • High-yield learning activities
  • Goal setting & recognition
  • Parent involvement

Homework help daily to Project Learn participants stimulates development of the daily habit of completing homework and class preparation in a safe, quiet space, with staff and volunteer encouragement and tutorial assistance. After a snack, completion of homework is 1st priority, before the youth can participate in other club activities.

High-yield learning activities help Project Learn participants to plan self-directed learning enrichment that focuses on practical application of lessons taught in the classroom
 
  • Writing activities
  • Leisure reading
  • Discussions with knowledgeable adults
  • Playing games that sharpen cognitive skills
  • TSA (Technology Student Association)

Through Project Learn members receive the recognition they need to build confidence as well as tangible rewards for work well done.
Budget $78,000
Category Youth Development, General/Other Youth Development, General/Other
Program Linked to Organizational Strategy Yes
Population Served K-12 (5-19 years) K-12 (5-19 years) K-12 (5-19 years)
Short Term Success Outcome #1:  85% of participants in Project Learn and attending 3 or more days per week, will report that they were not involved in risky behavior in the past 30 days as measured by a randomly administered Behavioral Survey.
 
Outcome #1 Indicator:  120 Club Members will report no or minimal use of alcohol, tobacco or drugs in the past 30 days.
 
Outcome #2:  85% of participants in Project Learn and attending 3 or more days pe week will demonstrate a positive attitude toward school as measured by a randomly administered Behavioral Survey.
 
Outcome #2 Indicator:  120 Club members will demonstrate a positive attitude toward school.
 
 ** See A Copy of the Survey on our profile under additional documents.
Long Term Success
The Project Learn model has proven effective for hundreds of children and youth annually. Project Learn provides a multi-faceted after-school opportunity to transform the BGCMC setting into a dynamic arena for educational advancement and to engage children and youth in a diverse compendium of activities to facilitate individual learning. The project is unique in providing participants, teachers, parents and families, and BGCMC staff and volunteers opportunities to develop lasting relationships that promote learning in and out of the classroom setting.

Annually, children and youth served have demonstrated an 80% increase in learning in math and reading. Additionally, youngsters served by Project Learn evidence more control and responsibility for homework AND exhibit less behavioral problems in school.
Program Success Monitoring  

Identify and describe who will be conducting evaluations and why selected

We have selected the Club staff to conduct the evaluations due to their professional educational qualifications.

State how the evaluation will be used to make improvements

Analysis of surveys allows staff to fine-tune and/or revise their methodology used to deliver quality programming to participants.

Program Success Examples A recent success story due to the collaboration of the school staff and our club staff took place in February. A 12 year old Harllee Middle School Student and Boys & Girls Club Member who is currently enrolled in the schools “gifted” program is about to have a dream come true. This young lady entered the contest “Young Innovator” on February 11th, 2011. Out of 400 entries, her innovation was ranked in the top 5. A patent attorney sitting in the audience was so impressed with her fashion innovation that he immediately contacted the Fashion Department at Home Shopping Network (HSN) and set up an interview with their Fashion Merchandise Team.
Description
SMART Moves helps participants to master skills and acquire attitudes that are necessary in order to avoid risk behaviors including premature sexual activity and abuse of alcohol, tobacco, drugs. SMART Moves is delivered through age-specific courses.

Be SMART: training that provides staff and volunteers with an overview of the program.
SMART KIDS: skills development  for boys and girls ages 6 to 9. Focus is self awareness, decision making and interpersonal skills.
 
Start SMART: A resistance skills program for youth ages 9 to 12  focuses on ways to identify and resist peer, social, and media pressures to use alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs or to become sexually involved.
 
Stay SMART: A  program for adolescents 13 to 15 teaches resistance skills, stress reduction techniques, communication skills, assertiveness training, and life planning.

Act SMART:  emphasizes sexual abstinence and the avoidance of drugs as the most effective ways to prevent HIV/AIDS transmission and infection.
Budget $82,508
Category Youth Development, General/Other Youth Development, General/Other
Program Linked to Organizational Strategy Yes
Population Served K-12 (5-19 years) K-12 (5-19 years) K-12 (5-19 years)
Short Term Success
Boys & Girls Clubs members are breaking away from obstacles and taking steps toward a great future for themselves and for our Manatee County communities. We are pleased to present  their progress, from our most recent anonymous youth survey,  a sample of 220 of our participants at all locations. Four of every five respondents are of ethnic minority.
96% of youth responding report that they know what to do when someone pressures them to make a bad choice, and 93% of youth report staying out of serious trouble.
 
94% = I stayed out of fights. 97% = I stayed away from drinking alcohol. 99% = I stayed away from illegal drugs. 98% = I stayed away from smoking. 99% = I stayed away from weapons, like knives and guns.

High school students surveyed recorded 100% positive responses to statements regarding staying away from alcohol, illegal drugs, and smoking.
 
98% of youth surveyed agreed that “it is important for me to do well at school,” and “I need to finish school to get a good job.”
Long Term Success SMART Moves is a specific curriculum that is nationally recognized as best practice in deterring youth risk behaviors, over both the short and longer term. Young people targeted by SMART Moves are those at highest risk of perpetuating or contributing to the problems indicated by these conditions, either now, or in their future adult lives, or both. As these most at-risk young people engage in the SMART Moves program, they are equipped not only to meet today's challenges, but also to contribute to the stability of our community over the longer term. Each of the above indicators of the problem either improves or is mitigated as at-risk young people acquire the skills, knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors fostered by the dynamic SMART Moves program.
Program Success Monitoring Outcome 1:  85% of participants, ages 6-17, completing a 10 week SMART Moves course, will increase knowledge and understanding of the negative consequences of involvement in risky behaviors.

 
Outcome #1 Indicator:  800 participants in SMART Moves will report that they have not been involved in risky behavior in the past 30 days.
 
Outcome Collection Measures:  Pre and Post Tests Methods  (see additioinal documents at the end of our profile)
 
Outcome #2:  85% of participants, ages 6-17, completing the 10 week SMART Moves course, will affirm that they feel safe at the Club and feel a sense of belonging to the Club.
 
Outcome #2 Indicator:  800 participants in SMART Moves will affirm that they feel safe at the Club and a sense of belonging to the Club.
 
Outcome #2 Collection Methods:  Subject Specific Survey
Program Success Examples Proven effectiveness, among high risk young people in Manatee County, is our primary reason for our continued commitment to the SMART Moves program. Of our most recent 149 SMART programming participants: 100% of participants gained and/or retained the types of understanding, knowledge, and risk-behavior-resistance abilities SMART Moves is designed to deliver. A number of participants experienced dramatic gains from the beginning of the curriculum to the end. Not only are these young people now equipped, at the basic level, to resist the negative trends in their neighborhoods, they may help to reverse them. These better-informed young people who are now more highly skilled in resisting substance abuse and premature sexuality have been transformed by SMART Moves magic into positive influences for other young people grappling with similar high risk behaviors.

SMART Moves works!
Description
The CLUB - Teens Only offers a comprehensive, multi-faceted approach to assisting Manatee County teenagers to grapple effectively with tough social problems. The program is intimately consistent with the holistic, positive youth development focus of all BGCMC programs. The goal is to provide timely, responsive, and comprehensive intervention and support services to gear Manatee County teens with what they need when they need it and to build their capacity for problem-solving in both the short term and the longer term.
 
TEEN Supreme offers a repertoire of BGCMC proven-effective academic enhancement and self-development programs developed especially for teens, ages 12-17. By providing dedicated areas and programming for teens, the teens recognize that they are unique members of BGCMC. BGCMC’s overture that teens are special sets the stage immediately for enhanced self-esteem.
Budget $116,145
Category Youth Development, General/Other Youth Development, General/Other
Program Linked to Organizational Strategy Yes
Population Served K-12 (5-19 years) K-12 (5-19 years) K-12 (5-19 years)
Short Term Success
Proven success is at the heart of our rationale for chosen activities and programs of TEEN Supreme. Because teens ARE unique and because they are perhaps the most high risk population served by BGCMC, available programming is creative, flexible, and extremely responsive to meet the needs and changing interests of teens served. Over the years, BGCMC has often quickly developed supplemental programming to meet the self-directed interests of teens served.
 
Parent and Caregiver Summer Survey Summary Results:

“Since my son has been here, his attitude is more positive.”
 
Among the highlights of results of this survey of  parents and caregivers is the 98% positive agreement with the survey statement, “the Club helps my child stay away from dangerous things.”

Parents and caregivers also noted the Boys & Girls Clubs’ impact on their children’s academic success. 95% agree with the statement, “the Club helps my child do better in school.”
Long Term Success BGCMC is proud of all its hard work and exemplary programming to gear children and youth with what they need to succeed. But, over the years, of all its programming for Manatee County children and youth, BGCMC is perhaps proudest of the wonderful impact of some of its teen programming. We have enabled teens to make the transition from rule-breaker to rule-maker, from being a perpetual behavior problem to becoming a peer leader. We have helped teenage girls to expect more from life than raising babies and to seek to achieve a meaningful career. We have been a key factor in teens graduating from school instead of graduating to a career of crime. We have held families together when parental capacities were cracking from the stress of adolescent acting out. We have been there over the long term, hung in when the pressure was toughest, and we have prevailed, for ourselves as a highly effective youth development program. 
Program Success Monitoring
1. A nationally developed  youth development strategy that consists of a menu of dozens of scientifically evaluated and results documented curricula and activities, grouped into five core areas of service.
 
2. Educated, skilled, caring youth development professionals who receive ongoing training and mentoring to provide the daily caring adult contact every child needs.

 
Outcome #1:  85% of participants in TEEN Supreme, attending 3 or more days per week, will progress in school annually.
 
Outcome #1 Indicator:  250 teens will progress in school annually.
 
Outcome #1 Collection Methods:  Official School Reports
 
Outcome #2:  85% of participants in TEEN Supreme will report no or minimal involvement in risky behavior in the past 30 days.
 
Outcome #2 Indicator:  200 teen participants in TEEN Supreme will report no or minimal involvement in risky behavior in the past 30 days.
Program Success Examples TEEN Supreme provides programming that has proven to address complex conditions like these with notable effectiveness, both short-term and enduring. The young people BGCMC targets are those at highest risk of perpetuating or contributing to the problems indicated by these conditions, either now, or in their future adult lives, or both. As these most at-risk teens engage in the individual components and curricula of the nationally proven, holistic Boys & Girls Club youth development strategy, they are empowered not only to meet today's challenges, but also to contribute to the stability of our community over the long term. Each of the above indicators of the problems either improves or is mitigated as at-risk young people engage in the state-of-the-art programming and bond to the culture of high expectations of the TEEN Supreme program.
Comments
Program Comments by Organization Identifying potential partnerships and/or modifying existing relationships. Expanding the role of board members in fundraising to achieve established priorities.
CEO/Executive Director
CEO/Executive Director Ms. Dawn Stanhope
CEO Term Start Sept 2014
CEO/Executive Director Email dawn.stanhope@bgcmanatee.org
Experience

Dawn Stanhope has more than twenty years of non-profit experience in a variety of industries including healthcare, housing and hospitality. As the  President for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Manatee County, she seeks to inspire those around her to take action to ensure that kids have the opportunity for a great future that is full of possibilities.

Prior to joining the Boys & Girls Club movement, Dawn was the Executive Director for David’s House, a home-away-from-home for families with children needing medical treatment at the Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, New Hampshire. With Dawn’s leadership, the organization completed a highly successful capital campaign and doubled their net assets while increasing their capacity to handle the demands for service.

From 1997 – 2005, Dawn was the Deputy Director for Operations for Manchester Neighborhood Housing Services, a leading affordable housing developer in the state of New Hampshire. Her strong financial acumen and systems-thinking approach guided the organization in developing several new approaches to their work as well as opening doors to additional capital. Prior to Manchester NHS, Dawn worked for Catholic Medical Center as an accounting analyst.

Dawn’s passion for supporting children has been evident with her fifteen year involvement as a member of Kiwanis, an international organization which seeks to change the world by serving children, one child and one community at a time. She has served in every executive leadership role, most recently as Treasurer and Secretary of the Upper Valley Club.

Dawn has been a panelist for the Healthcare Hospitality Network and NeighborWorks America. She holds a Master’s Degree in Community Economic Development from Southern New Hampshire University, and currently lives in Bradenton with her husband, Bob. They have two grown children and enjoy traveling and going to live music shows.

Former CEOs/Executive Directors
NameTerm
Marc Dosogne Jan 2013 - Aug 2014
Carl Douglas Weeks Aug 2000 - Sept 2012
Senior Staff
NameTitle
Ms. Francine Diemer Development Director
Ms. Catrese Estes Driector of Program Services
Barb Lewis CFREChief Development Officer
Ms. Beth Work Vice President of Operations
Staff & Volunteer Statistics
Full Time Staff 22
Part Time Staff 92
Staff Retention Rate % 81
Professional Development Yes
Contractors 2
Volunteers 176
Management Reports to Board Yes
CEO/Executive Director Formal Evaluation Yes
Senior Management Formal Evaluation Yes
Non-Management Formal Evaluation Yes
Collaborations

  • Manatee County Substance Abuse Coalition (MCSAC): The Lead Prevention Specialist now sits on the Coalition
  • 21st Century Community Learning Centers: in partnership with BGCMC at our school-based Club at Southeast High School
  • Law enforcement agencies
  • Juvenile Justice System
  • School District of Manatee County: individual school referrals from counselors, teachers and principals; partnerships for school-based BGC at Harllee Middle School and Southeast High School; Project Learn emphasis for youth from Title 1 and underperforming schools; Teenage Pregnancy Prevention Specialists with the It’s yoUR Choice Program
  • Collaboration/referrals: Early Learning Coalition; Family Resource Center; Manatee Glens; Legal Services; HOPE Family Services; Manatee County Health Department
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters: linking youth with adult mentors
  • Manatee County Pregnancy Prevention Task Force – Staff are members
  • Manatee Regional Juvenile Detention Center: Gang Prevention Taskforce – staff are members
  • Various government agencies and other municipal, county and community agencies
  • Faith-based organizations
  • YMCA, Prodigy and Amer-I-Can - program partners
  • Anna Maria Island Community Center
  • Just for Girls
  • Tallevast Community Center
  • Myakka Community Center
  • PAL
  • Publix
  • Brighthouse Networks
  • Bradenton Herald
  • Manatee Players
  • Visionary Men Academy
  • Junior Achievement
  • United Way
Affiliations
AffiliationYear
United Way Member Agency
External Assessments and Accreditations
Assessment/AccreditationYear
Awards & Recognition
Award/RecognitionOrganizationYear
Marketing Award for Our WebsiteBoys & Girls Clubs of Manatee County2008
Civic Partner of the YearManatee Chamber of Commerce & The School Board of Manatee County2010
Risk Management Provisions
Automobile Insurance and Umbrella or Excess Insurance
Directors and Officers Policy
Special Event Liability
Risk Management Provisions
Government Licenses
Organization Licensed by the Government No
Plans
Fundraising Plan Yes
Communication Plan No
Strategic Plan No
Strategic Plan Years 3
Strategic Plan Adopted Mar 2011
Management Succession Plan Yes
Continuity of Operations Plan Yes
Policies
Nondiscrimination Policy Yes
Whistle Blower Policy Yes
Document Destruction Policy Yes
Directors and Officers Insurance Policy No
Policies and Procedures No
Board Chair
Board Chair Marti King
Company Affiliation Community Advocate
Board Term Jan 2015 to Dec 2016
Board Chair Email martiking@verizon.net
Board Members
Board Members
NameAffiliation
Arif Abdulla Harvard Jolly Architecture
Austin Boyd Boyd Investments & Insurance
Mr. Dee Dix Carr, Riggs & Ingram
Omar Edwards Manatee Technical College
Brian Ellerson BDE
Manson George Manson Roofing
Mr. Kevin Henault Veteran Air Conditioning
Ross Hodges First Bank of Manatee
Clayton Johnson Manasota Commercial Construction
Marti King Farm Owner
Tim Knowles Porges, Hamlin, Knowles & Prouty
Michael Moschella Hancock Bank
Thomas A Moseley Thomas A Moseley Chartered Inc, PA
Whiting Preston Mr.Manatee Fruit Company
Dr. Eddy Regnier Pyschologist
Thomas C Sifrit Henry Schein Inc
Kenneth Thomas Mauldin & Jenkins CPA's
Student serving on the board through Community Youth Development? No
Constituency Includes Client Representation Yes
Board Ethnicity
African American/Black 3
Asian American/Pacific Islander 1
Caucasian 14
Hispanic/Latino 0
Native American/American Indian 0
Other 0 1 Middle Eastern
Board Gender
Male 17
Female 1
Unspecified 0
Governance
Board Term Lengths 3
Board Term Limits 2
Board Orientation Yes
Number of Full Board Meetings Annually 11
Board Meeting Attendance % 65
Board Self-Evaluation Yes
Written Board Selection Criteria Yes
Board Conflict of Interest Policy Yes
% of Board Making Monetary Contributions 100
% of Board Making In-Kind Contributions 80
Standing Committees
Board Governance
Finance
Endowment
Comments
Governance Comments by Organization

It is both an honor and a privilege to serve as the current Vice-Chairman of Governance for the Board of Directors of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Manatee County. The Boys and Girls Club of Manatee County, founded in 1946, provides a rich history for thousands and thousands of young people that have walked through those blue doors. With this great history also comes great responsibility. A responsibility that we have remained steadfast in for over 70 years: to provide an opportunity, no matter their background, to every boy and girl in our community to grow up and reach their fullest potential. Through the generations different challenges have come and gone, but our responsibility to be here for the young people of this community has always been the same. Today, that responsibility is as great as it has ever been. We live in a world where connectivity is at an all-time high, yet it is increasingly more difficult to make those meaningful, impactful and life-long connections. With the continued help and support of this community, we can continue to provide a safe place for our young people to learn and grow. We can give them hope and opportunity, while helping build character. We can foster an environment where academic success and healthy lifestyles are achieved. Most importantly, we can nurture meaningful relationships with our boys and girls of this community, so that they can continue to develop into wonderful citizens and future leaders of this county and beyond. We thank you for your interest in the Boys and Girls Clubs of Manatee County, and we sincerely appreciate both your time and financial resources that make this opportunity a possibility.

With Warm Regards,

Austin H. Boyd

Vice Chairman of Governance

Boys & Girls Club of Manatee County

Fiscal Year Projections
Fiscal Year Begins 2016
Fiscal Year Ends 2016
Projected Revenue $3,388,742.00
Projected Expenses $3,388,742.00
Organization has Endowment Yes
Endowment Value $267,356.00
Endowment Spending Policy Percentage
Endowment Spending Policy % 10
Capital Campaign
In a Capital Campaign No
Campaign Purpose
Campaign Goal
Campaign Dates 0 to 0
Amount Raised To Date 0 as of 0
Anticipate Campaign within 5 years? Yes
Historical Financial Review
Revenue SourcesHelpThe financial analysis involves a comparison of the IRS Form 990 and the audit report (when available) and revenue sources may not sum to total based on reconciliation differences. Revenue from foundations and corporations may include individual contributions when not itemized separately.
Fiscal Year201420132012
Foundation and
Corporation Contributions
$784,596$811,391$0
Government Contributions$1,152,073$547,043$503,402
Federal$0$0$0
State$0$0$0
Local$1,152,073$547,043$503,402
Unspecified$0$0$0
Individual Contributions$1,949,131$918,126$698,823
$35,581$55,807$49,846
$211,636$242,599$175,650
Investment Income, Net of Losses$1,281$1,880$1,243
Membership Dues$5,200$5,000$41,340
Special Events$68,976$175,153($17,881)
Revenue In-Kind$0$0$0
Other$1,396$3,141$3,790
Expense Allocation
Fiscal Year201420132012
Program Expense$2,575,088$2,450,115$2,115,221
Administration Expense$277,658$272,754$230,470
Fundraising Expense$203,609$182,228$154,515
Payments to Affiliates$10,643$9,502$0
Total Revenue/Total Expenses1.380.951.03
Program Expense/Total Expenses84%84%85%
Fundraising Expense/Contributed Revenue5%7%13%
Assets and Liabilities
Fiscal Year201420132012
Total Assets$18,445,502$16,954,112$16,787,334
Current Assets$1,882,083$726,275$1,039,855
Long-Term Liabilities$0$0$0
Current Liabilities$427,704$182,263$450,011
Total Net Assets$18,017,798$16,771,849$16,337,323
Top Funding Sources
Fiscal Year201420132012
Top Funding Source & Dollar AmountContributions, gifts, grants $1,949,131Contributions, gifts, grants $918,126Related Organizations $931,673
Second Highest Funding Source & Dollar AmountGovernment Grants - Local $1,152,073Related Organizations $811,391Contributions, gifts, grants $698,823
Third Highest Funding Source & Dollar AmountFoundation & Corporate Support $784,596Government grants - Local $547,043Government Grants - Local $503,402
CEO/Executive Director Compensation $100,001 - $125,000
Tax Credits No
Solvency
Short Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201420132012
Current Ratio: Current Assets/Current Liabilities4.403.982.31
Long Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201420132012
Long-Term Liabilities/Total Assets0%0%0%
Financials Comments
Financial Comments by Organization Please note: As of July 8, 2016, our 2015 audit and IRS 990 were in draft stage. They will be published as soon as possible.
Financial Comments by Foundation Financial figures taken from 990.  Federal 990s and audits are reconciled.
Nonprofit Boys & Girls Clubs of Manatee County Inc (Boys and Girls Clubs of Manatee County)
Address PO Box 280
, FL
Phone 941 761-2582

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