Better Business Bureau Report for
Neighborhood House

Better Business Bureau Report issued December 2016
Better Business Bureau Report expires December 2018


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Charity Contact Information

Name: Neighborhood House
Address: 201 N. 25th Street
  Louisville, KY 40212
Phone: 502-774-2322
Web Address: www.nhky.org
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Better Business Bureau Comments

Year, State Incorporated: 1955, Kentucky
Affiliates: None
Stated Purpose: Neighborhood House is a private, non-profit community center in the Portland neighborhood of west Louisville. Our agency's mission is to provide individuals with opportunities to enhance the quality of their lives.

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Evaluation Conclusions

              

Neighborhood House meets the 20 Standards for Charity Accountability.
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Programs

              

Neighborhood House serves as a community center in the Portland neighborhood by Meeting Life Needs, Teaching Life Skills and Inspiring Life Dreams. Programs are provided for infants through senior adults living in Portland and surrounding West Louisville neighborhoods. 1) Our Child Development Center provides a safe, nurturing, early learning environment for children ages 6 weeks through 12 years old. Our focus is to ensure our children are on track developmentally, develop a life-long love of learning, and that our preschooler graduates are ready for success as they start kindergarten. 2) Our Youth Development Program provides an “out-of-school time” environment where youth (ages 6-18) grow socially and developmentally and have opportunities to improve their educational successes. Youth learn character development skills, life skills and educational skills through academic support, recreation, the arts, college and career activities and leadership opportunities. Kids Cafe - provides any child a nutritious meal six days each week in addition to breakfast and lunch during the summer. 3) Through “Family Services”, we strengthen the impact on a child by also serving the parents/ adults in their lives. We have an array of opportunities for parents to be engaged with their children. Individual services are provided in the way of “coaching” parents to overcome obstacles and achieve their goals. Services include leadership training, parenting support groups and workshops, financial literacy and health-focused activities. Programming is provided for senior adults to improve the quality of their lives. Emergency food assistance is also available.

For the fiscal year ended June 30, 2016, Neighborhood House's program expenses were:

  
Child Development Center 782,071
Youth Development Program 436,133
Family Services 168,058
Four Seasons Program 30,839
Total Program Expenses: $1,417,101
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Governance

              

Chief Executive : Pam Rice, Executive Director
Compensation*: 

Chair of the Board: Kevin Fuqua
Chair's Profession / Business Affiliation: Mountjoy Chilton Medley LLP

Board Size: 17

Paid Staff Size: 44

*Compensation includes annual salary and, if applicable, benefit plans, expense accounts, and other allowances.
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Fund Raising

              

Method(s) Used:

Direct mail, invitations to fund raising events, print advertisements, television, grant proposals, internet, and cause-related marketing.

In addition, Neighborhood House is a Metro United Way member agency.

Fund raising costs were 17% of related contributions. (Related contributions, which totaled $1,134,225, are donations received as a result of fund raising activities.)
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Tax Status

              

This organization is tax-exempt under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. It is eligible to receive contributions deductible as charitable donations for federal income tax purposes.
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Financial

              

The following information is based on Neighborhood House's audited financial statements for the fiscal year ended June 30, 2016.

Ending net assets as reported below include $1,948,799 in unrestricted net assets and $515,417 in temporarily restricted net assets.

Total assets as reported include $1,987,297 invested in property, land, and equipment.


Source of Funds  
Contributions and grants 1,038,489
Program fees 404,143
Special event income, net 95,736
Rental income 70,308
Interest and miscellaneous income 17,964
Total Income $1,626,640


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Uses of Funds as a % of Total Expenses

Programs: 77%  Fund Raising: 11%  Administrative: 12% 

Total income $1,626,640
Program expenses $1,417,101
Fund raising expenses 195,572
Administrative expenses 210,840
Total expenses $1,823,513
Expenses in Excess of Income (196,873)
Beginning net assets 2,661,089
Ending net assets 2,464,216
Total liabilities 95,456
Total assets $2,559,672


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