Louis is helping the youth of our community on a day to day business.
Standard 1 Oversight of Operations and Staff Description Organizations shall have a board of directors that provides adequate oversight of the charity's operations and its staff.
Indication of adequate oversight includes, but is not limited to, regularly scheduled appraisals of the CEO's performance, evidence of disbursement controls such as board approval of the budget, fund raising practices, establishment of a conflict of interest policy, and establishment of accounting procedures sufficient to safeguard charity finances.
The organization meets this standard. Standard 2 Number of Board Members Description Soliciting organizations shall have a board of directors with a minimum of five voting members. Standard 3 Frequency and Attendance of Board Meetings Description An organization shall have a minimum of three evenly spaced meetings per year of the full governing body with a majority in attendance, with face-to-face participation.
A conference call of the full board can substitute for one of the three meetings of the governing body. For all meetings, alternative modes of participation are acceptable for those with physical disabilities.
Compensated members shall not serve as the board's chair or treasurer. Standard 5 Conflict of Interest Description No transaction s in which any board or staff members have material conflicting interests with the charity resulting from any relationship or business affiliation.
Factors that will be considered when concluding whether or not a related party transaction constitutes a conflict of interest and if such a conflict is material, include, but are not limited to: Measuring Effectiveness Standard 6 Board Policy on Effectiveness Description Have a board policy of assessing, no less than every two years, the organization's performance and effectiveness and of determining future actions required to achieve its mission.
Standard 7 Board Approval of Written Report on Effectiveness Description Submit to the organization's governing body, for its approval, a written report that outlines the results of the aforementioned performance and effectiveness assessment and recommendations for future actions.
Related contributions include donations, legacies, and other gifts received as a result of fund raising efforts. Standard 10 Ending Net Assets Description Avoid accumulating funds that could be used for current program activities.
To meet this standard, the charity's unrestricted net assets available for use should not be more than three times the size of the past year's expenses or three times the size of the current year's budget, whichever is higher.
Standard 11 Financial Statements Description Make available to all, on request, complete annual financial statements prepared in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles. Standard 12 Detailed Functional Breakdown of Expenses Description Include in the financial statements a breakdown of expenses e.
If the charity has more than one major program category, the schedule should provide a breakdown for each category. Standard 13 Accuracy of Expenses in Financial Statements Description Accurately report the charity's expenses, including any joint cost allocations, in its financial statements.
Standard 14 Budget Description Have a board-approved annual budget for its current fiscal year, outlining projected expenses for major program activities, fund raising, and administration. Appeals that omit a clear description of program s for which contributions are sought will not meet this standard.
A charity should also be able to substantiate that the timing and nature of its expenditures are in accordance with what is stated, expressed, or implied in the charity's solicitations.
Standard 16 Annual Report Description Have an annual report available to all, on request, that includes: Standard 17 Web Site Disclosures Description Include on any charity websites that solicit contributions, the same information that is recommended for annual reports, as well as the mailing address of the charity and electronic access to its most recent IRS Form Standard 19 Cause Related Marketing Description Clearly disclose how the charity benefits from the sale of products or services i.
Such promotions should disclose, at the point of solicitation:NOTICE: BGCGW is not affiliated with any on-foot individuals or street vendors that sell goods for the purpose of raising money for our clubs or related programs.
Boys & Girls Clubs of America operates after-school care programs nationally. It aspires to provide all young people with a safe place to learn and grow.
© Boys & Girls Clubs of South Alabama, All Rights Reserved. Government Street • Mobile, AL | Boys & Girls Clubs of America (BGCA) is a national organization of local chapters which provide after-school programs for young people.
The organization, which holds a congressional charter under Title 36 of the United States Code. The Boys & Girls Clubs of Tampa Bay is my family. Dr. Vondalyn Crawford - Mother of Boys & Girls Club Member When I was growing up in West Tampa, the Boys Club was my place for fun and sports besides the baseball fields.
How are The Salvation Army’s Boys & Girls Clubs similar to regular Boys & Girls Club Organizations. Both are designed to serve the local needs of children in the communities in which they operate and both are chartered by Boys & Girls Clubs of America.