Glasser-Schoenbaum Human Services Center Inc
1750 17th Street Bldg. J-1
Sarasota FL 34234
Our mission is to be the leader of a collaborative community providing high quality, accessible facilities and resources for the local human services nonprofit sector. 
CEO/Executive Director Dr. Kameron Partridge Hodgens
Board Chair Mr. Jack Kidd
Board Chair Affiliation Retired corporate exec
General Info
Organization DBA
The Glasser/Schoenbaum Human Services Center, Inc
Former Names
The Schoenbaum Human Services Center of Sarasota, Inc
Tax Exempt Status Public Supported Charity
Incorporation Year 1986
State Charitable Solicitations Permit Yes Apr 2017
State Registration Yes 0
IRS Letter of Determination
Financial Summary
Projected Revenue $601,117.00
Projected Expenses $550,418.00
Impact Statement


We are a campus of 14 buildings that house 18 human service nonprofit agencies. Today, we are at full capacity with a waiting list of 10 additional agencies. Over 50 agencies have called us home since opening our doors in 1990.


2015 Report Card:

  • Our organizations invested $14 million through 87 programs offered on campus via 149 staff members.

  • The Center served approximately 28,600 individuals, which was a 5% increase from 2014.

  • The agencies mobilized 742 volunteers to help with their community-wide efforts.

  • Approximately 7,368 visitors used SCAT’s services to come to our campus and to the surrounding area.

  • The Center saves the agencies approximately half a million dollars annually in overhead expenses. 

2016 Report Card:

  • We celebrate our 26th year of existence.

  • With board oversight and internal leadership, the organization completed a strategic plan that includes a communications and a development plan.

  • We’ve welcomed 9 new board members, increasing our reach across the community. 

  • Served as a community site for National Summer Learning Day distributing free books to children and families, in partnership with campus agencies and community partners such as All Faith’s Food Bank and Goodwill Manasota.

  • Will host a total of 3 campus socials for the agency staff to increase collaboration and opportunities for nonprofit partnership


From our Strategic Plan:


  1. Increase the awareness & impact of the Center – marketing & media

  2. Build a sense of community on campus – events & resources for our campus agencies

  3. Strengthen the role of the Board of Directors – ambassador & development training


Needs Statement
  • Upgrade and enhance the technology in our Conference Center for ease of use, enhanced connectivity, and group classes ($60,000)  
  • Promote community awareness of our Center (marketing support - $20,000)

    • Strengthen our endowment support for our long range sustainability ($20 million to cover annual operations)

      • Gifts to renovate dated offices, specifically for paint, flooring, and updated lighting ($10,000-$20,000 per building)


      Background Statement

      The Glasser Schoenbaum Human Services Center houses 18 nonprofit human service agencies, who provide a range of affordable, accessible, cost-effective and efficiently delivered programs and services to individuals and families. It was the first of its kind in Florida and the result of over a decade of volunteer effort which involved securing funding to build the 14 buildings which constitute the Center. It was built through an alliance of private and public philanthropy with a consortium of banking institutions to pay for the construction of the Center. No federal tax dollars were involved. It was conceived in 1984 and formally opened with all agencies in the Spring of 1990. The construction mortgage was eliminated in 1993. This year, we celebrate our 27th year of existence and are proud to say that we have saved the agencies on our campus more than $15 million dollars, as well as provided them with a professional venue in which they can share resources, ideas and initiatives in one central location.  As a result, they are able to deliver more programs and services to more clients, to the advantage of our entire community.

      Areas Served
      Areas Served
      FL- Sarasota
      FL- Manatee
      FL- DeSoto
      Areas Served Comments
      We mainly serve those in Sarasota County.  However, many of our agencies have programs that provide services to our circuit court system, which includes Sarasota, Manatee, and Desoto counties.
      Service Categories
      Primary Org Type Human Services
      Secondary Org Type
      Tertiary Org Type Human Services
      Statement from the Board Chair/Board President

      Statement from the CEO/Executive Director

      The Glasser Schoenbaum Human Services is excited to celebrate its 26th year of continuous service to our local nonprofit community and to those they serve. In 2015, our campus extended a helping hand to over 28,000 individuals and benefitted from over $14 million in program funding. The impact to our community is immeasurable.

      As members of the National Nonprofit Centers Network, we are able to access and learn from other "like" centers around the U.S. and Canada.  Keeping up with the changes and models of other nonprofit centers helps to ensure that we are keeping up with industry standards while meeting tenant expectation and community need.

      I welcome you to learn more about our Center. Please visit our website at or call (941) 365-4545 to schedule a campus tour. 

      Dr. Kameron P. Hodgens

      Executive Director/CEO

      Our program is to provide a campus of 14 buildings of affordable human service nonprofit office and conference space, charging only a small rent fee to defray the cost of maintenance and utilities. It is our mission to provide these agencies the support that they need to strengthen their impact while fulfilling their individual missions.  Equally important, these agencies have the benefit of onsite collaboration and shared resources, all of which ultimately benefits their clients and our community.

      Budget $730,000
      Category Human Services, General/Other Human Services, General/Other
      Program Linked to Organizational Strategy Yes
      Population Served Families Alcohol, Drug, Substance Abusers Children and Youth (0 - 19 years)
      Short Term Success

       With the addition of one nonprofit agency to our campus this year, and our projected ability to include 2 more in the coming year, we are confident that the need for our services will continue to grow, as will our ability to meet this need.

      Long Term Success

       The benefits our agencies combined services provide to our community are long ranging and widely varied. Each year, our annual agency survey continues to show an increased number of total clients and an increase in available services. This serves to enhance the quality of life for not only those that seek our help, but for all the residents of Sarasota County.


      Program Success Monitoring
      Each year, a survey is taken among the agencies to determine the number of programs they deliver and the number of clients they serve.  All agencies on campus have their own systems in place to measure the success of their programs.
      Program Success Examples

      Our recent survey tells us that agencies continue to experience an increased demand for services, as is evident in the daily number of visitors to our complex.  Our conference space, which includes 3 sizeable self-contained rooms with access to audio/visual equipment, is booked by multiple agencies on a daily basis. Our fundraising and development efforts have enabled us to largely fund the new Children's Health Center.  We actively interview potential nonprofit agencies who have applied for space at the Center as space become available.

      Program Comments by Organization

      Our mission is to meet the unanticipated and changing needs of our agencies, their clients, and the general human service needs of our community. We consider each visitor and all of our tenants as an opportunity to enhance our mission and to support our nonprofit partners.  We continue to work on the physical growth of our campus so that we can increase our capacity to do more. The current administration and board is inquiring about the vacant property to the south of our parking lot in hopes of adding additional buildings to our current footprint. Two local human service agencies have expressed interest in partnering with us to provide an additional building for their organizations.

      CEO/Executive Director
      CEO/Executive Director Dr. Kameron Partridge Hodgens
      CEO Term Start Oct 2014
      CEO/Executive Director Email
      Experience Kameron was previously the VP of Programs and Services for a large local non-profit whose mission was serving individuals with developmental disabilities.
      Former CEOs/Executive Directors
      Dr. Kay E Glasser Mar 1989 - June 2010
      Mr. Phillip D. King Jan 2009 - Oct 2014
      Senior Staff
      Ms. Charlene Altenhain Campus Administrator
      Staff & Volunteer Statistics
      Full Time Staff 3
      Part Time Staff 1
      Staff Retention Rate % 100
      Professional Development Yes
      Contractors 0
      Volunteers 50
      Management Reports to Board Yes
      CEO/Executive Director Formal Evaluation Yes
      Senior Management Formal Evaluation Yes
      Non-Management Formal Evaluation Yes
      We work in collaboration with all agencies at the Center, as well as the Community Foundation of Sarasota County, Gulf Coast Community Foundation, and the Patterson Foundation.
      Agencies: First Step, Early Learning, JFCS, Coastal Behavioral, AARP, Gulf Coast Legal, Suncoast Partnership to End Homelessness, Healthy Start, Bay Area Youth Services, Insight Counseling, Healthy Start, Unidos Now, More Too Life, Sarasota County's Children's Health Clinic, 2-1-1 Manasota, Epilepsy Services of Southwest Florida, The Salvation Army, and Children's Guardian Fund.
      AFP (Association of Fundraising Professionals)2014
      External Assessments and Accreditations
      Risk Management Provisions
      Fundraising Plan No
      Communication Plan No
      Strategic Plan No
      Strategic Plan Years
      Strategic Plan Adopted 0
      Management Succession Plan No
      Continuity of Operations Plan No
      Nondiscrimination Policy Yes
      Whistle Blower Policy Yes
      Document Destruction Policy Yes
      Directors and Officers Insurance Policy No
      Policies and Procedures Yes
      Management Comments by Organization
      In order to provide more opportunities for the agencies on campus, we maintain a limited staff and keep expenses at a minimum.  Our goal is to enhance the endowment to create more income to that we may provide low-cost space to the agencies on campus. Looking forward, we are hopeful to become more than just a "landlord" by offering free training seminars to the agencies staff, as well as facilitating networking events for the agencies.  
      Multi-Media Comments by Organization
      We update our Facebook profile regularly with current data, projects and pictures.  We also use Twitter .
      Other Documents
      Other Document 2
      Document Destruction
      Board Chair
      Board Chair Mr. Jack Kidd
      Company Affiliation Retired corporate exec
      Board Term July 2016 to June 2018
      Board Chair Email
      Board Members
      Board Members
      Mr. Robert Coppenrath Actively Retired
      Mr. Wayne Curtis Retired
      Mrs. Shon Ewens Healthy Start Coalition of Sarasota Co
      Ms. Renee Hamad Retired
      Mr. Michael Johsnon Edward Jones
      Mr. Nikhil Joshi Hultman Sensenig & Joshi
      Mr. Jack Kidd Retired
      Mr. John E. Kidd Retired
      Ms. Nelle Miller Biztank
      Mrs. Sheree Radakovich Bob Wenzel, CPA PA
      Mrs. Betty Schoenbaum The Schoenbaum Family Foundation
      Mrs. Robin Serbin Community Volunteer
      Mr. Sam Shapiro Retired
      Mr. Thomas Shapiro Sterling Manufacturing
      Ms. Bunny Skirboll Executive Consultant
      Mr. Thomas Towler Retired
      Mr. Bruce Zeitlin Retired
      Constituency Includes Client Representation Yes
      Board Ethnicity
      African American/Black 0
      Asian American/Pacific Islander 0
      Caucasian 16
      Hispanic/Latino 0
      Native American/American Indian 0
      Other 0 1
      Board Gender
      Male 7
      Female 10
      Unspecified 0
      Board Term Lengths 2
      Board Term Limits 3
      Board Orientation Yes
      Number of Full Board Meetings Annually 12
      Board Meeting Attendance % 86
      Board Self-Evaluation No
      Written Board Selection Criteria No
      Board Conflict of Interest Policy Yes
      % of Board Making Monetary Contributions 100
      % of Board Making In-Kind Contributions 100
      Standing Committees
      Board Governance
      Governance Comments by Organization
      Finding qualified, diverse, and committed Board members is always a challenge.  Each year, prior to our Annual Meeting the Governance Committee dutifully looks at new Board members.  Our Board matrix is well balanced to include individuals who are experts in all areas of business
      Fiscal Year Projections
      Fiscal Year Begins 2015
      Fiscal Year Ends 2016
      Projected Revenue $601,117.00
      Projected Expenses $550,418.00
      Organization has Endowment Yes
      Endowment Value $1,300,000.00
      Endowment Spending Policy Income Only
      Endowment Spending Policy % 4.75
      Capital Campaign
      In a Capital Campaign No
      Campaign Purpose
      Campaign Goal $0.00
      Campaign Dates 0 to 0
      Amount Raised To Date 0 as of 0
      Anticipate Campaign within 5 years? Yes
      IRS Form 990s
      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 Year201520142013
      Foundation and
      Corporation Contributions
      Government Contributions$0$0$0
      Individual Contributions$628,712$563,005$1,222,508
      Investment Income, Net of Losses$323,562$119,853$80,922
      Membership Dues$0$0$0
      Special Events$106,869$186,495$3,962
      Revenue In-Kind$0$0$506,557
      Expense Allocation
      Fiscal Year201520142013
      Program Expense$813,988$616,702$593,795
      Administration Expense$71,963$70,666$35,075
      Fundraising Expense$8,661$9,314$7,647
      Payments to Affiliates$0$0$0
      Total Revenue/Total Expenses1.571.712.56
      Program Expense/Total Expenses91%89%93%
      Fundraising Expense/Contributed Revenue1%1%1%
      Assets and Liabilities
      Fiscal Year201520142013
      Total Assets$10,185,938$10,285,172$8,699,094
      Current Assets$1,674,476$2,002,179$3,007,705
      Long-Term Liabilities$0$0$0
      Current Liabilities$32,309$414,885$44,210
      Total Net Assets$10,153,629$9,870,287$8,654,884
      Top Funding Sources
      Fiscal Year201520142013
      Top Funding Source & Dollar AmountContributions, gifts, grants $628,712Contributions, gifts, grants $563,005Contributions, gifts, grants $1,222,508
      Second Highest Funding Source & Dollar AmountRents $341,890Rents $322,864Rents $324,277
      Third Highest Funding Source & Dollar AmountInvestment Income $323,562Fundraising $186,495Investment Income $80,922
      CEO/Executive Director Compensation $75,001 - $100,000
      Tax Credits No
      Short Term Solvency
      Fiscal Year201520142013
      Current Ratio: Current Assets/Current Liabilities51.834.8368.03
      Long Term Solvency
      Fiscal Year201520142013
      Long-Term Liabilities/Total Assets0%0%0%
      Financials Comments
      Financial Comments by Organization
      Although we have an endowment, we must increase it and fundraising is always a challenge.  The only way we can do more for our agencies on campus or expand our services is by increasing the fund.  The interest from the endowment and the rent fee paid by the agencies help to defray the cost of maintenance and utilities create our budget. By supporting the Center, one gift benefits all agencies on campus.
      Financial Comments by Foundation Foundations and corporations are included with individual contributions as they are not separated in the 990 or audit.  Financial figures taken from IRS Form 990.  990 and audit are reconciled.
      Nonprofit Glasser-Schoenbaum Human Services Center Inc
      Address 1750 17th Street Bldg. J-1
      Sarasota, FL 34234
      Phone 941 365-4545