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FY2016-2017 IMPACT REPORT


Every child deserves… • to be loved and cared for • to be respected • to have dreams • to have their gifts recognized and valued • to achieve their potential

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One hundred years from now, it will not matter what my bank account was, the sort of house in which I lived, or the kind of car I drove. But the world may be different because I was important in the life of a child. — Forest E. Witcraft

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Voices for Children: Changing Lives, One Child at a Time

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4,700 This year, approximately

children will spend time in the foster care system in San Diego County, and

4,800 in Riverside County. Child abuse is the

third leading cause of death of American children under the age of four.

73%

of foster youth in California spend two or more years in foster care.

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The CASA Program: A Lifeline for Children in Need

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‘EYES AND EARS’ FOR THE COURT, ‘VOICES’ FOR CHILDREN

Here are just a few of the things for which our CASAs have advocated during the past year: • medical and developmental treatment for a child with multiple medical conditions • removal from a foster care placement that was not healthy for the child • funding for siblings to attend summer camp together • moving forward with adoption of siblings by wonderful foster parents • transfer of educational rights to the CASA so they could be more involved with the child’s tutoring and Individualized Education Program (IEP) • a trial visit for a child to stay with his mother, who completed all court-required services and was ready to care for him again, which ultimately led to successful reunification

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Early Intervention: The Case Liaison Program

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SAN DIEGO COUNTY Children Served with CASAs

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CASAs Serving Foster Children


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RIVERSIDE COUNTY Children Served with CASAs

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CASAs Serving Foster Children


Emma and CASA Sandra


A Strong Foundation

3,434 3,190

2,581

2,025

1,605

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2017

2016

2015*

2014

2011

FY

2013

1,105

2012

1,119

2010

1,039

2008

2007

941

2009

1,343 1,138


Leslie and Chloe, CASA Melinda


Devin and CASA Jesus


STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES FY2015-2016 & FY2016-2017 REVENUES FY2015-2016 FY2016-2017

EXPENSES FY2015-2016 FY2016-2017

FY2016-2017 REVENUES

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GIFTS AND CONTRIBUTIONS 58.25% SPECIAL EVENTS 28.28% GOVERNMENT FUNDING 11.95% CONTRIBUTED GOODS, SERVICES, AND FACILITIES 1.28% NET REALIZED/UNREALIZED GAIN ON MARKETABLE SECURITIES 0.14% OTHER INCOME 0.10%

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FY2016-2017 EXPENSES

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PROGRAM 76.03% MANAGEMENT AND GENERAL 4.15% FUNDRAISING 19.82%


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STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION FY2015-2016 & FY2016-2017 ASSETS FY2015-2016

LIABILITY AND NET ASSETS

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Isaac and CASA Leeanne

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Our Donors Believing in our vision and making it a reality

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Children are one-third of our population, and all of our future. – Author unknown


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