Financial Results For the Period Ended January 31,

Financial Results For the Period Ended January 31,

Financial Results For the Period Ended January 31, 2017 Table of Contents Executive Summary Metrics Statement of Revenues & Expenditures Consolidated By Program/Department Balance Sheet Cash Flow Statement 2 Executive Summary Revenue Lower than anticipated Residential occupancy ($16K) Shortfall in Kids First Revenue ($11K) Lower than expected Grant revenue ($11K) Expenses Operating Expenses approximated budget for January Gain/(Loss) from Operations Thru January = $70K loss vs budgeted loss of $33K and $27K loss in 2016 High Priority Items Communication Implementation of 2017 Strategy/Priorities Strong focus on expense management across all Programs/Departments, with emphasis on support areas Other Continued monitoring of cash position/investment performance 3 Metrics Key Performance I ndicators Jan-17 2016 2015 2014 Goal Operating Reserve Percentage 43% 38% 32% 28% 25% - 75% Days of Cash on Hand 127 109 87 67 91 Support Services % 19% 19% 19% 20% < 25% Operating Revenue Breakdown Operating Expense Analysis 0% 10% 12% 29% 12% 7% 4% 81% 45% Program Fees - Kids First Operating Contributions/Special Events Other Grants Program Fees - Other Government Grants Miscellaneous Program

Fundraising Management & General Days in Accounts Receivable 78 77 76 76 74 74 72 70 70 68 66 2014 2015 2016 YTD 2017 4 Statement of Revenues & Expenditures (Consolidated - Unrestricted ONLY) 2017 Annual Budget 2017 YTD Actual as of J an 31 2017 YTD Budget as of J an 31 Variance % Variance 2016 YTD Actual as of J an 31 2015 YTD Actual as of J an 31 2014 YTD Actual as of J an 31 Operating Revenue Program Fees Operating Contributions/Special Events Government Grants Other Grants Miscellaneous Total Operating Revenue 8,939,702 1,305,500 1,202,310 1,235,617 132,000 12,815,129 668,591 34,494 104,554 94,067 3,127 904,833 692,853 34,792 102,924 104,219 11,001 945,789 (24,262) (298) 1,630 (10,152) (7,874) (40,956) -3.5% -0.9% 1.6% -9.7% -71.6% -4.3% 628,687 20,004 114,063 103,408 6,901 873,063 850,132 65,918 110,396 105,561 2,161 1,134,168 797,316 162,494 55,489 107,401 5,490 1,128,190

Operating Expense Salaries & Benefits Other Operating Expenses Total Operating Expense 9,127,967 3,686,895 12,814,862 692,453 282,778 975,231 689,281 289,133 978,414 (3,172) 6,355 3,183 -0.5% 2.2% 0.3% 664,681 235,358 900,039 856,898 295,373 1,152,271 775,319 281,177 1,056,496 267 (70,398) (32,625) (37,773) -115.8% (26,976) (18,103) 71,694 100,000 100,000 200,000 32,171 37,757 69,928 8,333 8,333 16,666 23,838 29,424 53,262 286.1% 353.1% 319.6% 4,616 (64,138) (59,522) 6,758 (15,584) (8,826) 3,256 (52,846) (49,590) Other Bequests/Restricted Contributions Depreciation Bad Debt Expense Total Other 0 (528,000) (50,000) (578,000) 0 (39,301) 0 (39,301) 0 (44,000) 0 (44,000) 0 4,699 0 4,699 0.0% 10.7% 0.0% 10.7% 0 (43,487) 0 (43,487) 95,000 (46,490) 0

48,510 0 (48,494) 0 (48,494) Net Gain (Loss) (377,733) (39,771) (59,959) 20,188 33.7% (129,985) 21,581 (26,390) Net Gain (Loss) from Operations I nvestment Activity I nterest and Royalty I ncome Gain (Loss) on I nvestments Total I nvestment Activity 5 Statement of Revenues & Expenditures (By Program/Department) Through J anuary 31, 2017 Residential Community Services Older Youth Services Foster Care/ CPP Family Support Network Progressive Youth Connection/ TOP Psych Services Development / Special Events Admin/ Support Total Operating Revenue Program Fees Operating Contributions/Special Events Government Grants Other Grants Miscellaneous Total Operating Revenue 162,222 0 3,286 26,250 0 191,758 172,412 600 52,750 0 0 225,762 20,476 700 32,927 3,209 0 57,312 204,690 0 0 0 0 204,690 47,569 0 0 31,680 0 79,249 18,725 0 15,591 17,088 0 51,404 42,497 0 0 0 1,800 44,297

0 27,319 0 13,978 0 41,297 0 5,875 0 1,862 1,327 9,064 668,591 34,494 104,554 94,067 3,127 904,833 Operating Expense Salaries & Benefits Other Operating Expenses Total Operating Expense 165,868 6,563 172,431 99,981 60,455 160,436 53,852 9,504 63,356 63,328 75,244 138,572 63,050 4,593 67,643 37,116 713 37,829 31,386 2,395 33,781 32,280 2,546 34,826 145,592 120,766 266,358 692,453 282,779 975,232 19,327 65,326 (6,044) 66,118 11,606 13,575 10,516 6,471 (257,294) (70,399) 85,451 54,456 18,996 21,284 14,852 8,203 6,023 11,010 (220,275) 0 YTD Net Gain(Loss) from Operations (66,124) 10,870 (25,040) 44,834 (3,246) 5,372 4,493 (4,539)

(37,019) (70,399) YTD Budgeted Net Gain(Loss) from Operations (17,447) 28,841 (24,928) 60,539 (1,392) (5,199) (9,964) (23,136) (39,939) (32,625) YTD Budget Variance (48,677) (17,971) (112) (15,705) (1,854) 10,571 14,457 18,597 2,920 (37,774) -279% -62% 0% -26% -133% 203% 145% 80% 7% -116% YTD Net Gain(Loss) from Operations (prior to allocations) Allocated Expenses YTD Budget Variance % 6 Balance Sheet As of As of As of 1/31/2017 1/31/2016 12/31/2016 ASSETS Cash 1,872,865 1,182,927 1,668,950 Investments - Board Designated 2,127,786 1,986,320 2,089,501 Investments - Endowments 3,302,324 3,099,933 3,243,755 Client Accounts Receivable, net 783,276 805,700 919,918 Pledges Receivable, net

891,059 1,062,270 1,099,979 Other Receivables 371,650 877,545 376,193 Prepaid Expenses 145,649 133,133 184,421 Property & Equipment, net 4,302,547 4,686,514 4,336,771 Beneficial Interest in Trusts 2,838,934 2,838,934 2,766,036 Other Assets 222,426 99,246 222,426 Total ASSETS 16,858,516 16,699,624 16,980,848 LIABILITIES Accounts Payable 165,982 29,652 184,308 Accrued Expenses 435,653 457,571 477,195 Note Payable 334,108 350,370 335,468 81,502 65,014 78,422 1,017,245 902,607 1,075,393 Unrestricted 9,037,195 9,122,967 9,122,967 Temp Rest 2,260,945 2,427,689 2,427,689 Perm Rest 4,607,316 4,555,609 4,555,609 Change in Unrest Net Assets (39,771) (129,985) (362,038) Change in Temp Rest Net Assets

(24,414) (179,263) 109,521 0 0 51,707 Total NET ASSETS 15,841,271 15,797,017 15,905,455 Total LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS 16,858,516 16,699,624 16,980,848 Other Liab Total LIABILITIES NET ASSETS Change in Perm Net Assets 7 Cash Flow Statement One Month Ended 1/1/2017 Cash Flow s from Operating Activities: Change in net assets (64,184) Adjustments to reconcile change in net assets to net cash provided by (used in) operating activities: Depreciation Change in allowance for accounts receivable Change in beneficial interest in trusts Net unrealized (gains) losses on investments Net realized (gains) losses on investments 39,301 (94,800) (285) Change in assets and liabilities: (Increase) decrease in assets: Accounts receivable Prepaids and other assets Other Assets 350,105 38,772 0 Increase (decrease) in liabilities: Accounts payable (18,326) Accrued expenses (41,542) Other liabilities Net cash provided by (used in ) operating activities 3,080 212,121 Cash Flow s from Investing Activitie s: Proceeds from sale of property and equipment 0 Purchases of property and equipment (5,077) Net Investment Activity (1,769) Net cash provided by (used in) investing activities (6,846) Cash Flow s from Financing Activities: Increase (Decrease) in Note Payable Net cash provided by (used in) financing activities Net Increase (De crease) in Cash and Cash Equivalents (1,360) (1,360) 203,915 Cash and Cash Equivalents, beginning of period 1,668,950 Cash and Cash Equivalents, end of period 1,872,865 8

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