2011-2012 - Young Horizons

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2011-2012 - Young Horizons
Young Horizons Child Development Centers
501 Atlantic Avenue
Long Beach, CA 90802
www.YHCC-LB.com
To Our Friend:
Annual Report FY 2011-2012
YOUNG
HORIZONS
CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTERS
Investing in children since 1969
“Success Starts Here”
Annual Report 2011-2012
July 1, 2011 through June 30, 2012
Contributors and Supporters
Serving Children from 6 months old...
WE ARE GRATEFUL FOR OUR CONTRIBUTORS & SUPPORTERS
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Review and Forecast
3
About YH and Who We Serve
4
Why Early Education is Important
5
Young Horizons Locations
6
Literacy Program
8
How Parents Feel About YH
9
Audited Financial Statement
10
All American Crane
Anthony J Ursano
Brian Borst
Caldwell Insurance
Capri Realty
Captain Jack Restaurant
Caught In The Moment Photography
Citibank
Ed Ludloff
Erin Sullivan (formerly Allen)
Farmers & Merchants Bank
Foasberg Dry Cleaners
Frank Picarelli
Gold Coast Insurance
J&L Jewelers
Jack Humphrey
Jean and William Crampton
Joe Jost's
Josephine Gumbiner
Keesal, Young and Logan
LB Youth Advocates
Machine Tool Factory
Mario and Julia Picarelli
Maureen Oak/Rhyme University
Michael Mais
National Charity League
Peter and Joanne Ursano
Port of Long Beach
Reginald Harrison
Ron and Loretta Whittaker
Sally Coker
Suzette Ludloff
Timmons Group
Todd Buchner
Western Growers
Windes & McClaughry
WKS Restaurant
*Partial List
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Contributors and Supporters
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Founder: Dr. Gerhard Kohn
Board Chair—Ron Kulek
Treasurer—Cindy Schmidt
Vice Chair—Mario Picarelli
Secretary—Sally Coker
BOARD MEMBERS
William Todd Bradford
David Campbell
Jessica Frier
Jack Humphrey
Ed Ludloff
Jared Ludloff
Michael Mais
Kimberly Marsh
Gary Rodgers
Erin Sullivan
Douglas Tice
Ron Whittaker
“Success Starts Here”
YOUNG HORIZONS
Child Development Centers
Administration Office
501 Atlantic Avenue
Long Beach, CA 90802
...to Preschool Graduation
Phone: 562 437-8991
Fax: 562 436-8847
www.YHCC-LB.com
Like us on FaceBook/Young Horizons
Printed with funds from the Department of Education, Child Development Division.
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Review and Forecast
Audited Financial Statement
SUMMARY STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION
MESSAGE FROM THE BOARD CHAIR & EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2012
Dear Friends and Supporters,
ASSETS
Assets
Cash and cash equivalents
Investments
Grants receivable
Deposits and prepaids
Property and equipment, net
$
TOTAL ASSETS
$
2011-2012
271,877
2,704
52,153
13,730
1,154,032
1,494,496
$
$
LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS
Liabilities
Accounts payable and accrued liabilities
$
289,053
Deferred revenue
30,000
State reserve liability
160,971
Notes payable
653,955
Total liabilities
1,133,979
UNRESTRICTED NET ASSETS
360,517
TOTAL LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS
$
1,494,496
2010-2011
672,036
2,967
82,574
14,730
1,140,564
1,912,871
273,654
323,998
206,978
689,086
1,493,716
419,155
$
1,912,871
STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES AND CHANGES IN NET ASSETS
REVENUE
Government contracts
Parent fees
Grants, Special events and contributions
$
Other
Total Revenue
3,521,748
180,587
92,828
$
3,520,690
152,907
62,615
7,193
3,802,356
3,680
3,739,892
3,422,499
438,495
3,860,994
*(58,638)
419,155
3,620,979
112,117
3,733,096
6,796
419,155
EXPENSES
Programs
Support services
Total Expenses
CHANGE IN NET ASSETS
BEGINNING UNRESTRICTED NET ASSETS
ENDING UNRESTIRCTED NET ASSETS
$
* See note on page 3
360,517
$
Young Horizons Child Development Centers has accomplished much this year.
Through funding from the Department of Education and our friends and supporters,
along with additional funds from our fun-filled Casino Night annual auction/dinner
fundraising event, more than 550 children benefited from daily early care and education in a caring, loving and learning environment. We provided well over 200,000
healthy, nutritious meals served family-style. Our children are happy and healthy,
but most importantly, they are prepared for lifelong learning.
The 2011-12 fiscal year brought challenges due to the continued erosion of state
subsidies for early care and education. Between 2009 and 2012, we experienced a
22% cut to our budget. We adjusted to these budget cuts by closing one center to
help bring our costs into alignment. Fortunately we were able to transfer a majority
of the children to our other centers. Our leadership examined our funding strategies and ways to diversify new income options.
After careful consideration, in August 2012, the board of directors launched an
aggressive, long-term, and systematic foundation-relations development plan. They
implemented a grantsmanship plan and increased our overall fundraising activities
to provide our organization with greater financial security. Our goal is to ensure
continued services to children and families that are so critically in need.
Several foundation grants have been identified and requested. A new collaboration, involving community leaders, has begun for revenue-producing activities. We
invite you to join our efforts. Provide us with your contact information and we will
share opportunities as they arise.
We are making use of social media through our website and a presence on Face
Book. Visit us on our website, www.yhcc-lb.com, and hopefully you will “Like” us
and become our new friend.
We thank those who support us and those who volunteer their time and talent
to assure our success. With your enduring support, we look forward to continue
providing outstanding services to children and families for decades to come.
378,740
Ron Kulek
Board Chair
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Sarah M. Soriano
Executive Director
3
About Young Horizons and Who We Serve
ESTABLISHED IN 1969
Young Horizons (YH) was founded in 1969 as a service provider for
children with behavioral challenges and developmental disabilities in
Orange County. In 1984, YH moved to Long Beach and shifted our mission to provide early childhood care and education for low-income
children. Today, YH’s mission is to provide quality early care and education programs in a caring, loving and learning environment.
We provide full-day childcare and half-day preschool to more than 550
low-income children, ages 6 months to 5 years, whose parents are
employed or enrolled in a higher education or vocational program . All
YH families fall below 75% of the State Median Income level, and almost 70% are single-parent households.
YH ensures that low-income children are prepared socially and academically for kindergarten, enabling them to compete with their
more affluent peers.
Our curricula are age-appropriate and incorporate the latest in teaching methods and environments to stimulate and challenge the children. We excel at eliminating the behavioral problems and academic
challenges that frequently hinder low-income children. In fact, teachers at Lafayette Elementary School, where students from three of our
six centers enroll, consistently praise YH, stating that our graduates
are socially and academically ready for kindergarten.
The services we provide are vital building blocks which lead to success
in school and life. Please join us in preparing these vulnerable children and help break the cycle of poverty through education.
“Success Starts Here”
The mission of Young Horizons Child Development Centers
is to provide quality childcare and preschool programs
in a caring, loving and learning environment.
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How Parents Feel About Young Horizons
“I love the security of the facility and the way
the teachers interact with children.”
North Pacific Center Parent
“I love the staff, thank you all for being there
for my son and for your help.”
Ludloff Center Parent
“A mi me gusta por el cuidado a los niños, la educación y la protección y
además es bueno el horario para mi trabajo.” (The reason I like it is
for the child care, the education and protection, also, the
hours of operation are good for my work schedule.)
Central Pacific Center Parent
“The communication between parents and teachers.”
Grisham Center Parent
“I love everything! This school has been a blessing to me.”
South Pacific Center Parent
“I like how well the teachers interact will all the students and are
always really friendly and helpful. I really appreciate all that
teacher Lety has taught my son throughout the years.”
South Pacific Center Parent
“What I like about Young Horizons is the way the teachers
organize everything, how they work with the kids,
and the patience they have with the kids.”
Central Pacific Center Parent
“Young Horizons staff and teachers are awesome! Very
caring for the kids and experienced. My daughter
loves Miss Rosa and Miss Diana.”
Ludloff Center Parent.
“Es una buena, escuela aprenden mucho y lo mas importante que
se divierte mucho.” (It is a good school, they learn a lot
and most important is that they have a lot of fun.)
Kohn Center Parent
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Reading Starts Early
YOUNG HORIZONS LITERACY PROGRAM
gives children and parents the joy
of reading-- at home! Each week,
children “check out” a book bag
filled with a variety of books to
read at home with their parents
and/or siblings. At the end of the
12-week program, the child, parent
and each siblings receive a certificate
of participation upon completion of
the program.
Why Early Education is Important
HERE ARE FIVE REASONS
95% of Brain development
occurs before the age of five
Daily structure builds
a solid foundation for future learning
Essential social skills are learned
Academics are now emphasized
more in kindergarten
Early education contributes to success in school
resulting in more high school graduates
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CENTRAL PACIFIC CENTER
GRISHAM CENTER
KOHN CENTER/ADMIN OFFICE
1840 Pacific Avenue, Long Beach, CA 90806
Half Day Preschool Program
AM Session: 7:45 - 11:15 a.m.
PM Session: 12:00 - 3:30 p.m.
562 599-3136
Site Supervisor: Alba Claunch
License: 198006417
168 children & 14 staff
11A W 49th Street, Long Beach, CA 90805
Full Day Child Care: Infant/Toddler/Preschool
7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
562 984-3801
Site Supervisor: Niceta Tandoc
Licenses: 198011010 / 198011011
48 children & 9 staff
501 Atlantic Avenue, Long Beach, CA 90802
Full Day Child Care: Infant/Toddler/Preschool
7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
P: 562 437-8991 F: 562 436-8847
Site Supervisor: Emelita Swider
Licenses: 198000638 / 198000639
100 children & 25 Staff
YOUNG HORIZONS
LOCATIONS
LUDLOFF CENTER
SOUTH PACIFIC CENTER
2650 Pacific Avenue, Long Beach 90806
Full Day Child Care: Preschool
7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Half Day Preschool
AM Session: 7:45 - 11:15 a.m.
PM Session: 12:00 - 3:30p.m.
562 988-5799
Site Supervisor: Maria Cortez
License: 198013045
124 children & 15 staff
507 Pacific Avenue, Long Beach, CA 90802
Full Day Child Care: Preschool
7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Half Day Preschool:
AM Session: 7:45 - 11:15 a.m.
PM Session: 12:00 - 3:30 p.m.
562 437-8367
Site Supervisor: Chhum Ken
License:191671328
84 children & 7 staff
NORTH PACIFIC CENTER
2418 Pacific Avenue, Long Beach, CA 90806
Full Day Child Care: Preschool
7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
562 424-6933
Site Supervisor: Elaine Triplett
License: 191609482
32 children & 5 staff
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1028 healthy meals and snacks are served daily
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Over 550 children receive
care each day
7
Young Horizons employs over 110 people
We potty train too!
Infant Care Begins at 6 months
247 children graduated in June 2012
We provide 3,322 hours of childcare each day
All Employees are Pediatric/Adult CPR & First Aid Certified

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