Family Partnership Center
602 3rd Street East, Suite A
Bradenton FL 34208
Mission
To strengthen families and prevent child abuse and neglect in at risk families through comprehensive parenting education and support services.
Leadership
CEO/Executive Director Mrs. Katrina J. Bellemare
Board Chair Mr. Steve Adams
Board Chair Affiliation Insurance
General Info
Organization DBA
DBA
Family Partnership Center
Exchange Club Family Partnership Center of Manatee County, Inc.
Supported Organization
Former Names
Tax Exempt Status Public Supported Charity
Incorporation Year 1996
Awarded competitive grant from Community Foundation in the last 5 years? Yes
State Charitable Solicitations Permit Yes Dec 2015
State Registration Yes Dec 2015
IRS Letter of Determination
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Financial Summary
 
 
Projected Revenue $372,890.00
Projected Expenses $372,890.00
Other Documents
Impact Statement

Last Year’s Accomplishments

 

  1. Our Parent Partner Program was recognized as Evidence-Based (National Exchange Club Parent Aide Model) showing effectiveness in child abuse prevention.
  2. Served 2,545 Parents and Children through a continuum of bilingual Parenting Education and Support Programs
  3. We are an active member of the newly formed Manatee Home Visitors Coalition designed to better coordinate service delivery, avoid duplication of services and share data.  These activities improve services and help secure additional funding by increasing donor confidence and awareness.
  4. 95% + outcome successes for all programs and populations (Outcomes are based on an increase of protective factors to reduce the risk of child abuse and to improve family strength and stability.)
  5. Served 224 parents and children in our  cost-effective ACT Parenting Program to offer a combination of our successful in home and group parenting programs to meet the complex needs of at-risk families.

 

 

This Year’s Goals

 

  1. Design a new website to more effectively meet the needs of both families and supporters
  2. Recruit 3 new Board Members to help us reach strategic goals
  3. Expand our in home program to reach under-served populations (i.e. adoptive parents)
  4. Implement our new, comprehensive Fund Development Plan and expand our strategic plan with robust goals through 2018 to help us meet the community’s growing need for quality parenting services that reduce child abuse and provide a stable, strong environment for children to reach their full potential.

 

Needs Statement
  1. Donations for Building renovation.($5,000.00 to expand training room and paint building exterior)
  2. Volunteer marketing coordinator with social media experience;  need to design and coordinate agency newsletter; need web site assistance; need annual campaign assistance 
  3. Volunteer needed in the office a few hours weekly to provide administrative assistance, such as: data entry, filing, answering phones, etc.
  4. A Board member with extensive Human Resources experience. 
  5. Financial support to provide services to single mother's and parents of children with special needs on our wait list ($2,000/family). 
Background Statement

The organization was founded in 1992 by a few caring professionals working in child welfare and education, and a local Exchange Club. Their mission was to provide education and support to at risk families in order to prevent child abuse and neglect. The mission remains unchanged today. They helped 3 families in 1993. In 1996 the organization became a 501 (c) 3 tax exempt corporation.

In 2003, Florida (DCF), based on successful outcomes, asked us to provide the primary parenting services for court assigned Manatee County residents. In 2006, Sarasota County residents were added; these contracts continue.

Family Partnership Center is now one of 80 Child Abuse Prevention Centers nationally (one of 6 in Florida) affiliated with the National Exchange Club (NEC). NEC has a strict accreditation process to ensure compliance with professional standards to maintain a high degree of quality in their programs and business operations. We pay no dues, yet have regular access to the latest research and best practices. Our in-home “Parent Partner Program” is their Evidence-Based “Parent Aide Program” designed to prevent child abuse and neglect. We received the highest rating possible (AAA) in our last accreditation review.

Factors that distinguish our organization:

1. FPC has focused solely on quality parenting education and support for families in our community for 23 years.

2. We have a highly Skilled and trained program team: all have a minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree, some with masters including: a substance abuse counselor, a former director of Easter Seals Child Development Center/ licensed special education teacher, a former Head Start teacher/home visiting supervisor, a master’s level psychologist, a Project HEART home school liaison, and a licensed social worker. 43% are bilingual (Spanish)

3. We offer customized programs (not “cookie cutter”) to meet the individual needs of each family and serve them as long as it takes parents to internalize their learning and thereby be able to permanently change inappropriate parenting behaviors. We assess every parent and draw from variety of curriculum to meet the needs each parent enrolled- an approach supported by research as most successful.

4. We offer a continuum of programs to meet the unique needs of each family: weekly in home visitation, weekly support groups, workshops and classes.

Areas Served
Areas Served
Area
FL- Manatee
FL- Sarasota
Service Categories
Primary Org Type Human Services
Secondary Org Type Human Services
Tertiary Org Type Human Services
Keywords
Child Abuse, Parenting, Children, Families, Child Safety
Statement from the Board Chair/Board President

I became introduced to Family Partnership Center (FPC) in 2006, when I joined the local Business Masters networking club, initially to help grow my IT consulting business.  Formerly from Ohio, I was aware of what Exchange Club was about, which made this a natural selection for me both personally and professionally. After soon learning about FPC, it became easy to support them and their mission as much as I could through the Exchange Club.

My passion for FPC’s mission continued to grow each week and as business grew, so did what I could do to help at FPC.  Soon, I found myself, as Club President and becoming even more involved personally in Exchange Club.  My business became more involved with FPC technology.  This was another avenue that I could give back to them.  Now, I am spending time in the office, seeing and hearing the inter-workings (to an extent) of what Family Partnership Center is all about.  When you hear the stories first hand, that simply fuels a passion even more. Soon, family life had a direct link with FPC, as my wife and I took custody of our newly born grandson.  A little over a year later, we adopted our second grandson.  Today, with a slightly autistic 5-year old grandson and a fully energetic 4-year old grandson, life is much more enthusiastic than we would have planned 6 years ago. 

 I was invited to join the FPC board. Joining the board as a director meant that I am in this, 110%.  This was beyond just a volunteer as an Exchangite or a business partner who was helping out a local non-profit.  As a director, the responsibilities and expectations increased immensely.  Aside from my family, and my business, there is now an organization, that helps thousands of families I am partially responsible for helping guide.  Not only was it an honor to be asked to become a Director, it was a personal commitment that I had to make sure I could make. 

Being elected as Vice-Chair and to become Chair, was unexpected. As Chair, the world has a different view.  I knew I would have a great board to help FPC.  Fundraising was the biggest challenge, and still is.  Two of my “personal” goals for the board were to improve fundraising and board engagement.  FPC staff needed this.  Cultural changes don’t happen overnight, or due to one person.  As we still work on our fundraising skills, ideas and events, we had a very successful first-time annual event this year.  Board engagement, enthusiasm and participant are at the highest in the last couple of years.  This is because of the board as a whole, the energy of new directors and because of the great work that the FPC staff does, that gives our personal passions something to support and believe in.

Going forward, as we work on the strategic plan with key directors and consultants, the challenges will continue.  The challenges will shift and morph, however, the underlying passion and goals remain the same.  We will continue to work to develop a very successful fundraising-capable board that will help FPC continue to grow through the coming years, enabling FPC to expand its reach in communities where services are needed.

I am very proud to know the staff at FPC, to call them my friends, and most of all, to know there are so many lives that have been improved from their touch.

Statement from the CEO/Executive Director
While the uniqueness of the Family Partnership Center is covered above, permit me to elaborate.

There is no degree in parenting. Babies do not come with instructions.

Parenting is one of the most important things you do. The "family unit" has changed so that moms and MIL's are no longer next door or nearby, in fact may be thousands of miles away. There are more single parents. Some feel that parenting is more difficult than ever before. 

At the Family Partnership Center, one motto is "Parenting, you do not have to do it alone". Our vision is to make parenting education and support accessible and available to all parents. Why do parents not avail themselves today of all parenting resources? Could it be there is a stigma associated with asking for parenting help? "My mom did it so I should be able to do it without help"

Our staff at FPC is amazing. Educated, skilled and dedicated. Changing inappropriate parenting behaviors takes time and skilled educators. We provide both. We are parenting education teachers. Research shows this is the best way to protect children is to improve the skills of the parent.

Children are 25% of our population and 100% of our future. Therefore, should we utilize available resources to be the best parent we can be.

FPC was founded to help parents seeking to become better parents. While we have expanded our programs to address abusive situations, our focus continues to be on Prevention. Research shows that for every $1 invested in prevention, up to $10 in treatment can be avoided.

FPC turns no parent away. FPC programs are free to parents. Total confidentiality is maintained on all clients.

At FPC we believe all parents want to do the best job possible. Whether you are a 75 year old grandparent who did not want to put her grandchild into foster care or a 13 year old parent, we can help.

Programs
Description
Parent Partner Program is an evidence-based in-home parenting education program designed to strengthen families and prevent child maltreatment through weekly sessions with a professional Parenting Educator. This program targets at risk families with children ages 0-12 in need of parenting skills and behavior coaching.  We use emergent, research-based curriculum (integrating a variety of standardized curriculum) that focus on protective factors which enable parents to understand their children and cope with negative child behaviors in a variety of positive, safe ways.
 
The U.S. Advisory Board on Child Abuse and Neglect has identified in home parenting education as the most promising method of preventing child maltreatment.  The program is customized to support the individual’s learning styles, interests, risk factors, and current needs.  A personalized case plan is prepared for each family with targeted outcomes that are constantly monitored and measured.
Budget $232,000
Category Human Services, General/Other Parenting Education
Program Linked to Organizational Strategy Yes
Population Served Families At-Risk Populations Children and Youth (0 - 19 years)
Short Term Success

90% of parents completing 20 home visits will increase safe and effective parenting skills and behaviors to reduce their assessed risk factors for child abuse.

A comprehensive risk assessment is completed and used to create a Family Support Plan focusing on protective factors (child safety, problem solving skills, parenting skills, and social supports) to reduce their assessed risks.

Long Term Success This evidence-based program is designed to strengthen families and prevent child abuse.  Research support these long term benefits for families and the community: “Effective parenting education programs have been linked with decreased rates of child abuse and neglect, better physical, cognitive and emotional development in children improved parent-child communication, reduced youth substance abuse, and more effective parental monitoring and discipline.” Small, S. A./ Mather, R. S. 2009

Programs like this will reduce devastating outcomes for children and save our community millions of dollars in treatment. Abused and neglected children often have attachment disorders, social adjustment difficulties and inadequate school readiness skills. As these young victims grow, they are at high risk for teen pregnancy, juvenile crime, gang involvement, substance abuse, school failure and health/mental health problems.  DCF estimates the cost of foster care to be $64,377/child/year.

Program Success Monitoring

The Center, as part of the National Exchange Foundation, has access to effective evaluation methods enabling program staff to exchange information on research and effective teaching tools and materials. Our staff has also participated in government and United Way outcomes training.  

 
Indicators of Program Success: (1) Ongoing Parenting Educator notes documenting parent’s reporting of information learned and demonstration of new skills; (2) parent’s reporting improvement in targeted areas and post test results: Eyberg Child Behavior Index; and (3) Post Program Survey completed by parent providing their written evaluation of what was learned, what environmental changes have occurred, and how they have used what they have learned.
Program Success Examples

Rosalba called the Family Partnership Center out of desperation. Her marriage was shaky and she could barely stand being with her four children.  Screaming and fighting had become their way of life. Rosalba felt trapped, isolated, and suicidal.

 

Her Parenting Educator helped her see the importance of setting rules and limits, having routines and logical consequences.  The home environment slowly became peaceful, loving and secure. She began to look forward to spending time with her kids.  No longer feeling alone, she relaxed enough to enjoy being a mom and truly nurture her children.

 

Simple words spoken by their oldest, Maria, gave testament to this family’s life-altering and successful transformation:  “Mommy, I thought you were a mean mommy because you yelled at me so much.  But your teacher has helped you become a good mommy and I wouldn’t trade you for all the toys in this world!”
Description

Musical Motion is unique class where parents and their preschoolers participate interactively while exploring music, sign and foreign language, as well as ABC’s and 123’s. Sessions of Musical Motion focus on creative activities to build preschoolers’ social skills and enhance brain development. Using puppets, parachutes and scarves, children learn about the Forty Developmental Assets, health, safety, and motor skill development – all while parents share information and tips for effective parenting. For many children this is the first time they are being introduced to a semi-formal structured class (free play, craft, book, and music/motion). The skills learned during this crucial developmental period, as well as the inherent love for literacy and learning will be a foundational cornerstone children will build on for the rest of their academic years and in their own careers.

Classes are offered in several locations throughout the community in English and Spanish.

Budget $21,500
Category Human Services, General/Other Parenting Education
Program Linked to Organizational Strategy Yes
Population Served Adults Infants to Preschool (under age 5) Families
Short Term Success

90% of parents will develop a better understanding of their children’s behavior and growth development. Parents will also learn and report using new parenting information, strategies and/or skills and help their children gain skills needed for school readiness, literacy and language development.

Long Term Success

Research shows many long-term benefits for this program model: “Toddlers in a program that encouraged interaction and play with their mothers, grew into adults with higher IQs, greater educational attainment and less involvement in violence than kids who did not receive the early stimulation.The most exciting finding was the reduction in violent behavior” said Dr. Susan Walker, the lead researcher and a professor at the University of the West Indies. Dr. Bernard Dreyer, a pediatrics professor at New York University School of Medicine, said “the results show that the benefits of early childhood stimulation can ripple for years – increasing the likelihood of excelling in school and avoiding violence. Children who were stimulated were also 65 percent less likely to be involved in fights and violent crime as adults, and they performed better in math and reading tests.”

Program Success Monitoring

Our outcomes are based on scientific factors that are shown to affect the health, safety, and early development of young children. Outcomes are measured through a combination of subjective assessments, observation, surveys and pre/post-tests.

Program Success Examples At one of our “Musical Motion” groups, Rhonda C. stayed to tell me about her participation in the program. She could not say enough about the impact this musical motion has had on her parenting and her life. Her experience with this program has been, in her own words, "life changing." She was so withdrawn and guarded the first few times she came to group, she barely spoke to me or the parents. We did learn that she has 3 children under the age of 3, the oldest being a very "spirited" boy who has, under his mother’s direction and with this group’s help, learned important social skills and how to settle into the “Musical Motion” routine. He was all over the place the first few times he came to Musical Motion and I can observe how much more consistent Rhonda is with him. She now routinely stays after the group to socialize with the other moms while the children play on the playground. She is no longer isolated and seems to be truly enjoying the supportive network of Musical Motion.
Description
Partners in Education and Support Programs are group-based parenting education sessions where parents are provided with information and participate in discussions on: child development, positive discipline skills, temperament, literacy and bonding activities, and self-care, stress management and communication skills. Parents are given information on special topics such as ADHD, early brain development, etc. Activity groups are tailored for parent’s individual need: some groups are in English, some in Spanish, are weekly, bimonthly or monthly. Some are offered in the daytime, some in the evenings or on Saturday. Parents in recovery, parents who are homeless, teen parents, parents of preschoolers, parents of 10-17 year olds, grandparents, and fathers of preschoolers are all served by our variety of programs which are designed to meet their family schedules and address their specific parenting issues. The core program curricula is researched-based and focuses on protective factors.
Budget $31,000
Category Human Services, General/Other Parenting Education
Program Linked to Organizational Strategy Yes
Population Served Adults Children and Youth (0 - 19 years) Families
Short Term Success

90% of parents will develop a better understanding of their children's growth and development; as well as increase their knowledge of community resources, reduced isolation, and increase their confidence in their parenting ability (risk factors).

Long Term Success

Group topics correlate to the 6 Protective Factors that research has shown to reduce risk factors for child abuse and neglect. All groups are tailored to the needs of parents with similar interests (teen moms, parents in recovery, Spanish Speaking parents, parents of newborns, parents of children with special needs, etc.). By offering several group formats, we are able to target and address risk factors common to the group and provide education and support to reduce these risks so children are safe and able to reach their full potential.

Program Success Monitoring

Post Program Surveys are completed by parents to provide their written evaluation of what was learned, what environmental changes have occurred, and how they have used what they have learned. Pre/Post Tests and Course Content Tests are also administered in programs offered in a series.

Program Success Examples Jose and Monica Perez, came to our group because their youngest child had been removed from them by the State. Their child had gotten hurt while at her babysitter’s but Jose and Monica did not seek prompt medical attention due to the fact that they did not think she was “that” hurt.

At first, their attitude was one of anger and fear. All they could talk about was how unfair the removal of their child was. They also thought that we were part of the State agency that had “taken” their child. Little by little, step-by-step, Jose and Monica came to see our group as a support group where they could learn and express their thoughts and feelings without being judged. Jose and Monica started participating more. They started joining conversations and discussions, and the rest of the group found their comments helpful. The group itself really appreciated their input and they started seeing them as “good role models.”

Description This is a group parenting education and support program offered to parents recovering from addiction. We work with parents who have been struggling with addiction and with parents who are parenting substance-exposed newborns. Parenting for families struggling with the added stress of addiction and/or early recovery can be overwhelming. Taking care of a substance exposed newborn is also challenging: babies lose their ability to self-regulate their bodies which makes them crankier, inconsolable, and unable to drink formula and many other "symptoms" that require the parent to have special skills and added coping/patience to handle the situation without ending in abuse and/or neglect. Referrals for families misusing/abusing prescription drugs throughout the County are at epidemic proportions. According to DCF, substance abuse is one of the top reasons for child abuse reports and removals.
Budget $12,500
Category Human Services, General/Other Parenting Education
Program Linked to Organizational Strategy Yes
Population Served Adults Children and Youth (0 - 19 years) Families
Short Term Success

90% of parents will increase confidence in parenting ability, (enabling parent to try new things and be in authority) and increased knowledge of child development. (risk factor), while increasing the positive behaviors of one child or decreased challenging behaviors of the child (risk factor).

90% of parents will learn pro-active methods to stay “clean” and learn to deal with their addiction while employing positive coping skills.

Long Term Success

Parents will have an increase in protective factors that research has shown to reduce risk factors for child abuse and neglect. Parents who are able to maintain their sobriety will be equipped to provide a safe nurturing environment for their children and enable them to reach their full potential.

Program Success Monitoring

Parent and Parenting Educator will evaluate each session at its conclusion as to what targeted indicators were learned and the parent’s intent to apply that information before the next scheduled group.

Parenting Educator will keep ongoing notes documenting parent’s reporting of information learned and demonstration of new skills.

Parents complete a Post Program Survey to provide their written evaluation of what was learned, what environmental changes have occurred, and how they have used what they have learned.

Program Success Examples Clare R. came to our agency referred by First Step of Sarasota. She had a history of drug abuse but had been clean for 18 months following her participation in the Mothers and Infants program. She is a single mom of a daughter, Ashley, 2 years old.  She was an abused child and admits that she got involved in drugs to numb the painful memories.  She is convinced that this support group is “her lifeline” and that when she attends meetings every week, it encourages, it makes her accountable and it reminds her how important she is to her child. In her own words, “it puts everything else into perspective.” She says it helps her “remember the reasons that she is remaining clean.” Clare is hungry to learn new parenting tools and is always open and honest in her shortcomings.  Sometimes she cannot wait until her scheduled weekly session and she calls the facilitator to share her challenges or successes with what she is learning! 
Description

This teen parenting program is offered in Manatee County middle/high schools. We go to the school 1 hour a week to provide the parenting education component of this group program. In Florida, it is estimated that 20% of girls will become mothers before their 20th birthday. Because of the parent’s age, lack of experience, and immaturity, a baby of a teen parent is at a significantly higher risk of abuse/maltreatment than a baby born of an adult. This higher risk signals a need for a program that is singularly unique in its ability to reach teen parents and address the risk factors head on.

As teen mothers adjust to the new role of motherhood, they struggle with economic stress, child care issues, the pressure of school performance, and the need for peers-- which does not diminish with motherhood. There is a tremendous need for these young mothers to work through the feelings and challenges of their circumstances and to get their own needs met.

Budget $12,500
Category Human Services, General/Other Parenting Education
Program Linked to Organizational Strategy Yes
Population Served Adolescents Only (13-19 years) Children and Youth (0 - 19 years) Families
Short Term Success

90% of parents report a better understanding of children’s behavior and growth; a larger support network (abuse risk factors).

Long Term Success

Research shows that when parents understand child development, they have more realistic expectations and more patience, and the risk of abuse lowers dramatically. These young girls frequently comment on how helpful it is to share concerns with each other and how less isolated they feel. Reducing these abuse risk factors will help provide a safe, nurturing environment where children can thrive and reach their full potential in life. 

Program Success Monitoring Post Program surveys are completed by parents to assess knowledge gained and how it was utilized. Parenting Educators observation is also used to assess increase in positive parenting skills and knowledge.
Program Success Examples

These young girls frequently comment on how helpful it is to share concerns with each other and how less isolated they feel. One mom stated: “I really feel comfortable talking about my problems because the other girls are sometimes going threw (sic) the same things. I can also ask Ms. Ellie any question about my parenting skills and she always tries her best to answer."

One TAPP participant stated: “I have learned tips on how to take care of my baby, how to play with him and at what ages to do so."
Comments
Program Comments by Organization
Program Comments by Foundation
CEO/Executive Director
CEO/Executive Director Mrs. Katrina J. Bellemare
CEO Term Start Apr 2013
CEO/Executive Director Email kbellemare@familypartnership.org
Experience
Katrina Bellemare joined the staff of Family Partnership Center in 2008.  She has a BSW and 14 years of experience in the social service field including direct and administrative services, management, and financial accounting.  She is passionate about helping children and families.  Her work history includes international adoption, children's crisis shelter, after school programs, and children's mental health facility.
 
Katrina has participated in numerous training programs in fundraising and leadership. She is also active in the community (Chamber of Commerce, Exchange Clubs).
Former CEOs/Executive Directors
NameTerm
David E. Potter June 2002 - Mar 2013
Senior Staff
NameTitle
Staff & Volunteer Statistics
Full Time Staff 2
Part Time Staff 4
Staff Retention Rate % 88
Professional Development Yes
Contractors 8
Volunteers 150
Management Reports to Board Yes
CEO/Executive Director Formal Evaluation Yes
Senior Management Formal Evaluation Yes
Non-Management Formal Evaluation Yes
Collaborations
Preventing child abuse and neglect in at risk families often involves a team of support. With 20 years of credibility, we are frequently asked to lead a team or to be a key player. Some of the providers we work with frequently are: Safe children Coalition (DCF), Habitat for Humanity, Hope Family Services (Domestic Violence), Public Libraries, Manatee County Government, Manatee and Sarasota County Schools, Jewish Children and Families, Manatee Glens (Mental Health), Coalition on Homelessness, Salvation Army, Healthy Start Coalitions, and Early Learning Coalitions. 
 
Providers we work less frequently with are: Boys and Girls Club, YMCA, Just for Girls, First Step, and Children First.
 
Collaborations are very helpful when they work for the betterment of the families and the agencies. They often require compromise and even concessions, but they can bring real synergy and effectiveness.
Affiliations
AffiliationYear
United Way Member Agency2008
Affiliate/Chapter of National Organization1994
External Assessments and Accreditations
Assessment/AccreditationYear
National Exchange Club Foundation2007
Awards & Recognition
Award/RecognitionOrganizationYear
Risk Management Provisions
Workers Compensation and Employers' Liability
Commercial General Liability
Professional Liability
General Property Coverage
Government Licenses
Organization Licensed by the Government No
Plans
Fundraising Plan No
Communication Plan No
Strategic Plan Yes
Strategic Plan Years 3
Strategic Plan Adopted Jan 2013
Management Succession Plan Yes
Policies and Procedures Yes
Continuity of Operations Plan Yes
Policies
Nondiscrimination Policy Yes
Whistle Blower Policy Yes
Document Destruction Policy No
Directors and Officers Insurance Policy Yes
Comments
Management Comments by Organization
Management Comments by Foundation
Board Chair
Board Chair Mr. Steve Adams
Company Affiliation Insurance
Board Term July 2014 to June 2015
Board Chair Email sha@adamsiac.com
Board Members
Board Members
NameAffiliation
Steve Adams Adams Insurance and Consulting
Nicholas Azzara Manatee County Government
Kevin Baylor Suncoast Business Technologies
Joey Brannon CPAAxiom CPA, P.A.
Barbara Brownell MA. Ed.Retired
Dr. Frank T. Clements Jr.State College of Florida
Valerie Filipski MSWDove
Veronica Huzzard Super Insurance
Don Ide The Trophy Case
Ann S. Johnson Law Office of Ann S. Johnson PA
Bill MacArthur Community Volunteer
Mindy Martin CPAMed X Change, Inc.
Dee Dee Maxwell Fifth Third Bank
Gregg Pead CPAArthritis Foundation
Julie Rothfeld MHScCommunity Volunteer
Student serving on the board through Community Youth Development? No
Board Demographics - Ethnicity
African American/Black 0
Asian American/Pacific Islander 1
Caucasian 14
Hispanic/Latino 0
Native American/American Indian 0
Other 0 0
Board Demographics - Gender
Male 8
Female 7
Unspecified 0
Governance
Board Term Lengths 3
Board Term Limits 2
Board Orientation Yes
Number of Full Board Meetings Annually 10
Board Meeting Attendance % 66
Board Self-Evaluation Yes
Written Board Selection Criteria Yes
Written Conflict of Interest Policy Yes
% of Board Making Monetary Contributions 100
% of Board Making In-Kind Contributions 100
Constituency Includes Client Representation Yes
Standing Committees
Advisory Board / Advisory Council
Board Development / Board Orientation
Communications / Promotion / Publicity / Public Relations
Development / Fund Development / Fund Raising / Grant Writing / Major Gifts
Program / Program Planning
Comments
Governance Comments by Organization
Governance Comments by Foundation
Fiscal Year Projections
Fiscal Year Begins 2015
Fiscal Year Ends 2015
Projected Revenue $372,890.00
Projected Expenses $372,890.00
Endowment Value
Endowment Spending Policy N/A
Endowment Spending Policy %
Capital Campaign
In a Capital Campaign No
Campaign Purpose
Campaign Goal
Campaign Dates 0 to 0
Amount Raised To Date 0 as of 0
Capital Campaign Anticipated in Next 5 Years? No
IRS Form 990s
9902014
9902013
9902012
9902011
9902010
9902009
9902008
Audit/Financial Documents
Audit2014
Audit2013
2012 Audit2012
Audit2011
Audit2010
Audit2009
Audit2008
Historical Financial Review
Expense Allocation
Fiscal Year201420132012
Program Expense$329,858$379,353$492,842
Administration Expense$44,490$50,029$70,525
Fundraising Expense$8,960$11,714$15,759
Payments to Affiliates$0$0$0
Total Revenue/Total Expenses1.060.991.03
Program Expense/Total Expenses86%86%85%
Fundraising Expense/Contributed Revenue5%7%9%
Assets and Liabilities
Fiscal Year201420132012
Total Assets$462,765$431,465$441,071
Current Assets$161,937$134,301$125,091
Long-Term Liabilities$235,964$228,019$248,290
Current Liabilities$25,854$25,375$8,582
Total Net Assets$200,947$178,071$184,199
Top Funding Sources
Fiscal Year201420132012
Top Funding Source & Dollar AmountContributions, gifts, grants $155,299Contributions, gifts, grants $165,990Parent Partner $266,297
Second Highest Funding Source & Dollar AmountParent Partner Program $68,853Care Coordination $105,059Contributions, gifts, grants $164,275
Third Highest Funding Source & Dollar AmountCare Coordination $67,789Parent Partner $85,627Care Coordination $104,000
CEO/Executive Director Compensation $0 - $50,000
Co-CEO/Executive Director Compensation
Tax Credits
Solvency
Short Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201420132012
Current Ratio: Current Assets/Current Liabilities6.265.2914.58
Long Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201420132012
Long-Term Liabilities/Total Assets51%53%56%
Financials Comments
Financial Comments by Organization
We strongly discourage deficit spending and also prefer to avoid debt. We also are committed to keeping our administrative costs below 13% by utilizing volunteers effectively, and by close adherence to budgetary spending. Also, gifts in kind are continuously solicited.

The goal is to allocate as much revenue directly to programs as possible.

80% of our operating costs are labor related (salaries, benefits, travel, training, and contractors)

We have been most successful in increasing government contracts and securing repeat private source donations.

Special events are always a challenge to produce a true net profit, after allocating staff costs.

Finally FPC is audited numerous times annually and we have never incurred a material control weakness issue, or a qualified audit opinion.
Financial Comments by Foundation Financial information taken from IRS Form 990s and audit documents.  Individual contributions include foundation and corporate support.  Federal tax returns and audited financial statements reconcile.
Nonprofit Family Partnership Center
Address 602 3rd Street East, Suite A
Bradenton, FL 34208
Primary Phone 941 756-3007

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