Thaise Educational And Exposure Tours Inc
PO BOX 1184
1751 Martin Luther King Jr. Way
SARASOTA FL 34230-1184
Mission

MISSION

Our mission is to empower, educate, enhance and improve the quality of life for youth through weekly Counseling, Case Management Services, Mentoring, Enrichment Classes, Tutoring, Seminars/Workshops, College and Exposure Tours.

GOAL

The goal is to work with youth to reduce or eliminate high school dropout, teen pregnancy, drug and alcohol abuse, tobacco use, juvenile crime and sexually transmitted diseases.

VISION

Our vision is to make each youth a productive, law- abiding, well-rounded citizen of the United States of America.

Leadership
CEO/Executive Director Mrs. Teresa Ann Clove MS
Board Chair Mr. Quintin Clark BS
Board Chair Affiliation State of Florida Environmental Service - Supervisor
General Info
Organization DBA
DBA
TEET, Inc. or Thaise
Tax Exempt Status Public Supported Charity
Incorporation Year 2003
State Charitable Solicitations Permit Yes Jan 2015
State Registration Yes Nov 2014
Financial Summary
 
 
Projected Revenue $220,000.00
Projected Expenses $220,000.00
IRS Letter of Determination
Thaise IRS Determination Letter of Tax ExemptView
Other Documents
Thaise Board of DirectorsView
Theresa Carnegie TestimonialView
Emergency and Disaster PlanView
Impact Statement

 Thaise Educational and Exposure Tours, Inc. worked with 196 youth in 2012 - 2013. Twenty Eight (28) were seniors in high school and out of the twenty eight youth twenty six (26) graduated, twenty one (21) are attending college and six (6) became employed.  These youth were able to attend college and exposure tours throughout Florida, Atlanta, Georgia, Washington, D. C., Bowling Green, Kentucky and the Bahamas. These college and exposure tours are broadening the youth horizons, is causing them to desire more out of life and is motivating them to pursue a higher learning degree after high school. Most of the youth are the first in their family to graduate and the first to attend college.

One of our major accomplishments for the year was working with an 18 year old high school senior. She had been on our case load since the beginning of the school year. She lived in a dysfunctional household and was the oldest of 8 children. One day the student came home from school and her family was gone. She was left alone in the city with no support system.  Thaise Program became a support system to her and assisted her in finding part-time employment, finding housing, and assisted her in completing high school.  She did not pass the Reading portion of the FCAT so Thaise Program put her in a private school to assist her in meeting her high school requirements.  She graduated from high school over the summer and within one week of graduating she was accepted into college and was given financial aid.  Thaise Program paid for her housing and application fee for the Fall & Spring terms, purchased the supplies and clothing she needed to attend college and transported her there.  Without Thaise Program being in her life this student would have been lost, with no hope. Now the student is enrolled in college and is doing well.

Thaise top goals for the current year are;
  • to increase revenue 
  • graduate more youth and enter them into a higher learning institute
  • do more seminars and workshops
  • increase the media exposure
 
Needs Statement

Thaise needs are;

  1. to increase revenue to hire more staff in order to work with more youth  (3 Case Managers and one Clerk @ $100,000.00),
  2. to purchase two new vans (12 to 15 passenger vans – ($70,000.00) and 12 lap top computers ($8,000.00),
  3.  to assist youth in getting into college, trade school, technical school by providing scholarships ($20,000.00),
  4. and to take youth on college and exposure tours throughout the year  ($15,000.00).
Background Statement

Thaise Educational and Exposure Tours, Inc. (TEET, Inc.)  is a grass-root program founded in 1995 and did not become a 501(C) 3 organization until 2003.  It is in its 18th year of operation.  TEET, Inc. saw a need for additional services in the African American and Hispanic communities due to the fact that the students in those communities were dropping out of high school at an alarming rate, drug, alcohol abuse, teen pregnancy and juvenile crime were increasing. As a result TEET, Inc. started working with at-risk youth, no matter of their race, community or ethnic background. They began empowering, educating, and improving the quality of  their lives through weekly Counseling, Mentoring, Case Management Services, Enrichment Classes, Tutoring, Workshops, Seminars, the Speaker’s Bureau, College and Exposure Tours.  TEET, Inc. wants every youth to understand and realize that the possibilities in life are limitless if they put forth the effort.

TEET, Inc. operates year round and is closed during national holidays. The program’s time frame is from January to December of each year.  They serve youth 10 to 18 years of age and are giving them opportunities they would not have had.  Most of the youth are from low income families or families residing in the Federal Housing Communities. The youth attend Tutoring two days a week and the Enrichment Class one day a week after school for 3 hours each day.  The Speaker’s Bureau is offered during the Enrichment class where guest speakers would speak to the youth in reference to their profession.  Case Management Services, Counseling and Mentoring are offered throughout the week in school and in the home. The college and exposure tours are scheduled around their school schedule and are offered during Spring Break and the summer. Since the conception of the program TEET, Inc. has taken youth on exposure tours to visit historical sites, art galleries, museums, colleges and universities throughout Florida, Georgia, South & North Carolina, Virginia,  Washington, DC, Alabama, Tennessee, Louisiana, Mississippi, Kentucky, California, Nevada, New York,  Illinois, Paris France, Toronto and Niagara Falls, Canada and Nassau, Bahamas. Due to the efforts of TEET, Inc. and their staff, they are seeing an increase in high school graduates among their at-risk youth and an increase in the same population attending a higher learning institute after graduation. TEET, Inc. is broadening their horizons and causing them to reach for the SKY. 

Areas Served
Areas Served
Area
FL- Sarasota
FL- Manatee
Areas Served Comments

 

TEET, Inc. serves at-risk youth in Sarasota and Manatee Counties dwelling in the 34234, 34287, 34293, 34208, 34203, 34221 high-risk zip codes. In these zip codes African Americans 10-17 are overly represented in intake, detention, judicial handing, committed and transfer to adult disposition statistics.  Zip code 34234 and 34208 have the majority of African American and Hispanic populations who have the highest crime rate, the lowest household income, and the lowest rate of high school graduation in the counties. 

Service Categories
Primary Org Type Youth Development
Secondary Org Type Education
Tertiary Org Type Arts,Culture & Humanities
Statement from the Board Chair/Board President

Successes:  Thaise Educational and Exposure Tours has research and noted statistics effecting today’s youth: 1). Juvenile crime peaks between 3-6 pm on school days, as do car crashes involving youth. Unsupervised youth are more likely to drink alcohol, smoke cigarettes, engage in sex, and use drugs. 2). Participation in after-school programs is correlated with a variety of positive educational effects, ranging from improved attitudes about school, higher parent participation rates for school events or meetings, improved test scores, and higher attendance rates. 3). A survey of 5 cities found that participants in 1 educational after-school program were half as likely to drop out of high school and 2.5 times more likely to continue education after high school. 4). Participants in after-school programs had a graduation rate of 63 percent, compared with 42 percent for non-participants.

Thaise Educational and Exposure Tours understands the importance and offers After-school programming that includes: care, enrichment classes and tutoring; which are designed to fill the gap, giving families a cost-effective way to keep children safe, and also providing children with additional learning opportunities that extend beyond the classroom.

Challenges:  Thaise Educational and Exposure Tours has a great need for additional assistance in the area of Grant Writing.  Our Program Director/Coordinator, Mrs. Clove, is overwhelmed in her many tasks of developing Thaise Educational and Exposure Tours in Sarasota and Manatee Counties, programming, staffing, etc.; to increase her work load with the tedious responsibility of Grant Writing. Thaise Educational and Exposure Tours benefits from a Grant Writer in the following areas: 1). A Grant Writer allows Thaise Educational and Exposure Tours to create innovative programs, fill service gaps, expand their services to under served populations, and address a public purpose. 2). Preparing grants takes time and skill with grant guidelines being specific, at times confusing and complex. A qualified, professional Grant Writer takes the burden off the CEO/ Ex. Director and the Program Director which would ensure a technically sound proposal. 3) The Grant Writer can also provide guidance as to Thaise Educational and Exposure Tours’ purpose and idiosyncrasies in the application process, as well as bring objectivity to the development process.
I consider it a privilege to sow voluntarily, financially and intellectually into Thaise Educational and Exposure Tours. As an Educator, former Program Director in a Crisis Management Center and Youth Activist, this program births vision and inspiration through its impactful programming on today’s youth; implanting images of higher education, values and family – all principles reflecting the foundation of this country. Thaise Educational and Exposure Tours redefine the mindset of youth towards possibilities; shining the light of hope.
 Sennika Todd – Thaise Board Secretary

 

 

Statement from the CEO/Executive Director

The organization seeks to provide opportunities for college bound students to participate in standardize work shop to improve college entrance exams scores. Secondly, we work with students who have previously failed the FCAT with remediation, problem solving, and critical thinking skills. We provide after school tutoring to enhance written expressions, improve reading, and develop high level math skills.

Thaise Program is unique in that it is a full service agency that not only includes high school students that need additional help but includes teen parents. Teen parents face difficulties and challenges on a daily basis. Not only do the teen parents have to function on the highest level at school, they also must provide the basis need and care for their offspring.

The program also avails itself to the high school athlete by extending the time frame of the program after the sports event practice sessions. We offer transportation to the students after tutoring on a daily basis and after school snacks.

The program hires a highly qualified team of staff and administrators who works with the youth one on one, in group or in a family setting. The tutoring program is housed in a new facility at Riverview High School which provides an atmosphere conducive to learning. The program’s office location is accessible to the community at large including the at-risk areas.

The college and exposure tours afford the students the opportunity to interact with presidents of universities, professors, students, college administrators and other professionals at many prestigious colleges and universities in the United States and abroad. Students meet with business executives, middle managers, and entrepreneurs at their places of business to discuss pathways to a career in business or administration.

The exposure tours also included opportunities to visit cultural, artistic, and historical sites which enhance the students understanding of the world around them. For many of these students the exposure tours provided many first time opportunities, such as first time out of the state of Florida, flying on an airplane, staying in a hotel, dining in a 5 star restaurant, visiting a college or museum.

Programs
Description

 The program serves at-risk youth 10 to 18 years of age. The youth attend Tutoring three hours a day two days a week and attend the Enrichment Class three hours a day one day a week.  The Speaker’s Bureau is offered during the Enrichment classes where guest speakers speak to the youth in reference to their profession or occupation.  Case Management Services, Counseling and Mentoring are offered throughout the week in school and in the home. The college and exposure tours are scheduled around their school schedule and are offered during Spring Break and the summer.   Thaise Educational and Exposure Tours, Inc. offer and provide the following;

Thaise Program screens the youth who are interested in participating in the program.
The youth are TABE Test for academic deficits .
Once the youth agrees to participate in the program, the parent or guardian will began the intake and orientation process. 
Thaise staff establishes and maintains a close working relationship with assigned  youth and family.
Thaise Program provides individual, family and group counseling, case management, career counseling, and Job skills.
Referrals are made to appropriate services and community resources as needed.
Thaise offers  tutoring after school to improve the youth’s academics, increase their SAT & ACT scores and to aid the student in passing the FCAT or the end of the semester exam.
Thaise offers family support groups, family education groups, continuing care, and parenting classes.
Thaise offers local, state wide or out of state recreational activities such as their college and exposure tours.
Thaise Program assists youth in employment, college and/or scholarship applications.
Thaise Program maintains face-to-face and telephone contact with the youth and their families as long as they are enrolled into the program.
Thaise Program transports youth to tutoring, school, their place of employment, home, enrichment classes and to the college and exposure tours.
Budget $350,000
Category Youth Development, General/Other Youth Leadership
Program Linked to Organizational Strategy Yes
Population Served K-12 (5-19 years) At-Risk Populations Poor,Economically Disadvantaged,Indigent
Short Term Success

The short term achievements for youth participating in this program on a regular basis will be as follows;

Goal 1: 80% of the youth will attend tutoring and the  enrichment program weekly.

Goal 2: 100% of the youth will receive case management services, mentoring,  and counseling.

Goal 3: 75% of the youth will attend the college and exposure tours.

Goal 4: 80% of youth remains drug and crime while participating in the program.

Long Term Success

Ultimate long term changes in youth lives as a result of completing this program will be as follows;

Goal 1 : 85% Of youth will complete the program.

Goal 2:  80% Of youth completing the program shall remain drug and crime  free.

Goal 3: 75 %will graduate from high school.

Goal 4: 75 % of the youth will graduate from college or technical school.

Goal 5: 80% of the youth will become employed.  

Program Success Monitoring

We know that the program is working because youth are graduating from high school and are attending college or becoming employed. 

The tools we use to measure the success of the program are the following;

Weekly attendance sheets (Youth who participate in the program are monitored for attendance daily)

Counselors case notes (Counselors will document information in the youth’s case file as necessary)

Pre and Post TABE Test Score (This test measures where a student is academically when they enters the program and where they are when exiting the program.)

High School Diplomas (We receive a copy of the youth’s diploma when they graduate from high school)

College Degrees and/or Technical School Certificates (We receive a copy of the youth’s degree or certificate when they graduate or complete a program)

Random drug test (This is for youth abusing drugs and/or alcohol)

Employers Verification Letter (When a youth becomes employed we receive a signed letter from their employer verifying their employment.)

Grade Point Average or High School Report Card (We measure academic improvement by receiving a copy of the youth’s report card or midterm progress note.)

For the female youth- They will self report that they are not pregnant and if we suspect that the youth is pregnant we will request a pregnancy test completed by a physician or the health department.

For the male youth – (They will self report that they do not have a youth pregnant.)           

Program Success Examples
 Thaise Program had 27 – 12thgraders to participate in the program last year and out of these youth twenty five graduated from high school, twenty are attending college and 6 became employed.
 
Here is a testimonial of a youth who have completed the program.
Thaise Educational Exposure Tours, Inc. provided me with the experience and resources I needed to pursue my dreams. I am forever in debt to Ms. Teresa Clove for inviting me to be a part of this program from 2003 to 2007. In this program, we learned life skills, received tutoring and visited colleges locally and nationally. In 2007, I entered Florida A&M University in Tallahassee as an incoming freshman.  I was able to confidently choose this university after visiting the campus with the Thaise program in 2005. In 2011, I graduated Magna Cum Laude from FAMU with a Bachelor of Social Work degree. I later attended Florida Gulf Coast University in Fort Myers and received a Master of Social Work degree. I am currently working at Sarasota Memorial Hospital and preparing to start the process to become a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Shekeena Rosier, MS
 
Comments
Program Comments by Organization

I have been evolved with Thaise Educational and Exposure Tours, Inc. (Thaise) for several years as an employee and now as a Board Member. Over the years Thaise has had much success.  Thaise is well known in the community, this organization has provided opportunities for many youths to attend college who otherwise may have not had the chance to be exposed to college life. Thaise is well known in Sarasota and Manatee Counties, where Ms. Clove and her staff get actively involve with their students’ education.  They attend teacher/student school conference, parents trust them and provide written consent to talk to teachers with school related issues.  Thaise is represented at high school graduations.  Thaise has a great reputation with the community as well.   In efforts of supporting her students, Ms. Clove and her staff attend community events to encourage their student’s evolvement.   Even though Thaise has had much success, there are certainly some challenges.

I believes the main challenge for Thaise is reaching the youth before a tragedy occur.  It takes time to win the confidence of youth.  Sometimes in the midst of working with teens they already have peers encouraging poor behaviors. Many times our youth gets into trouble because they do not have a trusting ear to listen to their inner feelings.  As a parent, I love the idea that my youth has someone other than me to talk to.  Many times they can share deep secrets to a third party.   Working with our youth today is and will always be a challenge, but we continue to be that one person who makes the connection with them. I think it goes back to if the student feel supportive and being heard.  One way Thaise has made a difference in the community is by being visible and available.
Over the years I have seen some success stories, but one that stands out with me.   I had the privilege to work with a young lady.  Currently, I’m in school and participated in a research study.   Without sharing confidentially information this Thaise ex-client participated in the research study and talked about her experience with Thaise. She stated that she would have surely have been lost in the juvenile system if the staff of Thaise had not been involve.  When enrolled in Thaise, she was nearly a teenager.  She did not have a strong family support system at home, as she believed. She shared that she was a very angry teen, with just cause.  However, with the support and guidance of Thaise she was able to work through many of her issues and connect with other positive peers within the community.  She enrolled in Thaise at the age of 13 and she is currently 23 years old.  She has a Bachelor Degree in Social Worker and has plans of enrolling into a Master’s program.  She believes that Thaise has made a difference in her life and she is most thankful.  
 Sharon Hooker, MS
CEO/Executive Director
CEO/Executive Director Mrs. Teresa Ann Clove MS
CEO Term Start Jan 1995
CEO/Executive Director Email teresaclove2@gmail.com
Experience

Teresa Clove is the founder, CEO and Executive Director of Thaise Educational and Exposure Tours, Inc. Mrs. Clove received her Bachelor's Degree in Psychology with a Minor in Corrections from Florida A & M University and a Master's Degree in School Psychology from a joint program from Florida A & M and Florida State Universities. Her career expands over thirty years providing case management services, counseling, mentoring and mental health therapy to youth and their families in Leon, Sarasota, Manatee, Charlotte, Desoto, Pinellas and Orange Counties. 

In servicing youth in Sarasota and Manatee counties, Mrs. Clove saw a greater need to reach youth in the high risk areas due to the fact that they were dropping out of school at an alarming rate, that teen pregnancy was on the rise, that youth were entering the juvenile justice system at a young age and that drugs were entering the schools as well as the home of the youth. She felt that mentoring and exposing youth to new horizons outside of their community, alone with teaching them the importance of an education could change the direction of their lives.

Mrs. Clove understands what it means to change a child's life. She is a prime example of how mentoring and exposing a child to new horizons can change one's life. Her fifth grade teacher (Mrs. Everly) took her class on a college and exposure tour from Anderson, South Carolina to Tuskegee Institute in Tuskegee, Alabama.  After returning from that tour her life was changed forever. She ran home to inform her mother that she was going to attend college after high school.  Her mother patted her on her back and said, “Okay” not knowing that it would become a reality.  Teresa Clove stayed focused throughout the years, maintained above average grades, graduated from high school and became the first in the history of her family to attend college. As a way of giving back, Mrs. Clove has dedicated her life to mentoring and exposing youth to Life’s Possibilities.

Former CEOs/Executive Directors
NameTerm
Senior Staff
NameTitle
Mrs. Angela Patton MSProgram Manager
Staff & Volunteer Statistics
Full Time Staff 2
Part Time Staff 0
Staff Retention Rate % 100
Professional Development Yes
Contractors 5
Volunteers 2
Management Reports to Board Yes
CEO/Executive Director Formal Evaluation Yes
Senior Management Formal Evaluation Yes
Non-Management Formal Evaluation Yes
Collaborations
Thaise collaborates with the following agencies:
YMCA Family Management Services - Sonya Santiago
Newtown Goodwill - Shirley Walker
Suncoast Workforce Board - Fedora Ford Hendricks
Greater Newtown Redevelopment - Che Barnett 
Atty David Goldman 
Cashel Foundation - Mary Ellen Cooney
Coastal Recovery - Helen Dixon
First Step - Bill Carter
Florida Network of Youth and Family Services - Stacy Gromatski
Riverview High School - Linda Nook 
 
Affiliations
AffiliationYear
External Assessments and Accreditations
Assessment/AccreditationYear
Awards & Recognition
Award/RecognitionOrganizationYear
Top Performer AwardFlorida Network of Youth and Family Services2009
Top Performer AwardFlorida Network of Youth and Family Services2010
Risk Management Provisions
Accident and Injury Coverage
Automobile Insurance
Commercial General Liability
Life Insurance
Medical Health Insurance
Government Licenses
Organization Licensed by the Government No
Plans
Fundraising Plan No
Communication Plan No
Strategic Plan Yes
Strategic Plan Years 7
Strategic Plan Adopted June 2013
Management Succession Plan Yes
Continuity of Operations Plan Yes
Policies
Nondiscrimination Policy Yes
Whistle Blower Policy Yes
Document Destruction Policy No
Directors and Officers Insurance Policy
Policies and Procedures Yes
Comments
Management Comments by Organization
Testimonials
I am grateful to Thaise Educational and Exposure Tours, Inc. for helping me get better grades in school. They also help me get into college at Western Kentucky University and took me on a college tour to visit the college.  Without them I would not be in college today.  I am eternally grateful to Mrs. Clove and her staff.  DeAndre Sanders - Freshman at WKU
 
 
Thaise Educational and Exposure Tours, Inc. helped me broaden my horizons due to the trips we took.  Before Thaise Educational and Exposure Tours, Inc. I hadn’t been out of the state of Florida. With this program I was able to travel to the Bahamas, Washington, D.C. and on college tours which was a learning experience.  I would like to thanks Thaise Educational and Exposure Tours, Inc. for the fun and learning experiences I’ve had with them.  I am now a freshman in college at Florida State University.      Willie Smith
 

Thaise Educational and Exposure Tours, Inc. was definitely a blessing in our lives. Not only were students talked to about college but actually exposed to different colleges and universities during the various trips they took. I am a single parent of 7 children. Mrs. Clove is and angel and has help my children.  My daughter (Lauren Lord) is now a freshman at Florida A & M University and my son (Giorgio Lord) went to Valencia College. They were the first in the family to attend college.     Laretha Lord-Parent


 
Board Chair
Board Chair Mr. Quintin Clark BS
Company Affiliation State of Florida Environmental Service - Supervisor
Board Term June 2012 to June 2016
Board Chair Email qaclark@hotmail.com
Board Members
Board Members
NameAffiliation
Mr. Quintin Clark BSSupervisor-Department of Enviromental Services
Mrs. Sharon Hooker MSAcademy Preparatory School - Counselor
Mr. Talmadge Morton BSQuality Cartridges - Business Specialist
Mrs. Sennika F. Todd AAThe Children's School -Finance & Development Dept.
Mr. Alvin Todd MSMath Chair at McNair Middle School (Fulton County Schools) and a Adjunct Professor at Atlanta Technical College and Clayton State University
Constituency Includes Client Representation Yes
Board Ethnicity
African American/Black 5
Asian American/Pacific Islander 0
Caucasian 0
Hispanic/Latino 0
Native American/American Indian 0
Other 0
Board Gender
Male 3
Female 2
Unspecified 0
Governance
Board Term Lengths 2
Board Term Limits 99
Board Orientation Yes
Number of Full Board Meetings Annually 2
Board Meeting Attendance % 100
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 100
Standing Committees
Special Events (Golf Tournament, Walk / Run, Silent Auction, Dinner / Gala)
Comments
Governance Comments by Organization

The challenges facing Thaise program are critical to the success of the program. Mainly, we need a facility to house the program. This year we are housed at Riverview High School. Secondly, transportation is an issue. Presently, we have one (1) 15 passenger vehicle that is 14 years old with close to 200,000 miles. We are seriously in need of 2 new vans in order to transport our youth to and from the program, school, home, and  college and exposure tours. The van will also save us a tremendous amount of money as we rent vans and cars on a regular basis to meet our transportation needs.

 Thaise is facing the challenges by addressing them in the board meetings and staff meetings.  We are not just top heavy but we allow our staff to make suggestions or come up with solutions to the problems at hand. We work together as a team.

 

Testimonials

I would like to thank Angela Patton and Thaise Educational and Exposure Tours, Inc. for all that they have done for my family. I was really in need of housing assistance for me and my family so Angela referred me to a wonderful organization, the United Way. I was approved for the program and now I am going through a great program that helps families to become stable. If it had not been for Angela, Thaise Educational and Exposure Tours, Inc., their assistance and referrals, I don't know what I would have done. I am also grateful to the United Way Organization for all of the work that they do.  I am now a part of a 12 month program that helps me with finding a place to live and that teaches me how to budget my finances. I also love Angela who is a part of Thaise Educational and Exposure Tours, Inc. She calls and checks on me regular to see how the program is working out for me. I just really appreciate that because not only did she refer me but she cares if the program was a right fit and is working for me.  I would like to send a Big Thank You to Thaise Educational and Exposure Tours, Inc. and Angela Patton for all that they have done for me!!!!  Do not stop doing what you are doing.  Keep changing families’ lives!  Thank     Gloria Washington- Parent


Thaise Program had an amazing impact on my life. In the program I was not only able to develop educationally but also emotionally.  The time poured into my life kept me on track to seek out and fulfill my dreams.  Through the program I was exposed to a better way of thinking, a better way of life, and a broad view of the world outside of my neighborhood. Thaise Program is like none other because the program works with the complete person and has helped formed me into the successful young adult I am today. I am a Psychology graduate of Florida A & M University and is presently working on my Masters Degree.  Lakesia Wimberly

 



 
Governance Comments by Foundation
Board attendance reflects only 1 board meeting during the year.
Fiscal Year Projections
Fiscal Year Begins 2013
Fiscal Year Ends 2013
Projected Revenue $220,000.00
Projected Expenses $220,000.00
Organization has Endowment No
Endowment Spending Policy N/A
Capital Campaign
Currently In a Capital Campaign No
Campaign Purpose
Campaign Goal
Campaign Dates 0 to 0
Amount Raised To Date 0 as of 0
Audit/Financial Documents
Historical Financial Review
Expense Allocation
Fiscal Year201420132012
Program Expense$240,254$241,763$231,751
Administration Expense$0$0$8,125
Fundraising Expense$0$0$0
Payments to Affiliates$0--$0
Total Revenue/Total Expenses1.160.910.99
Program Expense/Total Expenses100%100%97%
Fundraising Expense/Contributed Revenue0%0%0%
Assets and Liabilities
Fiscal Year201420132012
Total Assets$63,759$32,379$42,877
Current Assets$56,711$32,131$42,877
Long-Term Liabilities$10,593$14,215$0
Current Liabilities$28,127$32,521$37,326
Total Net Assets$25,039($14,357)$5,551
Top Funding Sources
Fiscal Year201420132012
Top Funding Source & Dollar AmountContributions, gifts, grants $279,650 --Contributions, gifts, grants $238,589
Second Highest Funding Source & Dollar Amount0 $0 --0 $0
Third Highest Funding Source & Dollar Amount0 $0 --0 $0
CEO/Executive Director Compensation $75,001 - $100,000
Co-CEO/Executive Director Compensation N/A
Tax Credits No
Solvency
Short Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201420132012
Current Ratio: Current Assets/Current Liabilities2.020.991.15
Long Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201420132012
Long-Term Liabilities/Total Assets17%44%0%
Financials Comments
Financial Comments by Organization
The last two years have been difficult due to the economy. The donations were down and the government were cutting cost where ever they could.  A lot of the cuts have been in the youth programs.  The youth are our future therefore it is imperative that we spent our time and money in developing and training our future leaders.  Thaise Program has continued to do this even on a shoestring budget.
Testimonial
 
Financial Comments by Foundation Financial information taken from IRS Forms 990 and 990-EZ.  Individual contributions include foundation and corporate support.
Nonprofit Thaise Educational And Exposure Tours Inc
Address PO BOX 1184
1751 Martin Luther King Jr. Way
SARASOTA , FL 1184
Phone 941 587-5958

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