Charity ReviewIssued: February 2014 Expires: February 2016
Standards for Charity Accountability
- 1. Board Oversight
- 2. Board Size
- 3. Board Meetings
- 4. Board Compensation
- 5. Conflict of Interest
- 6. Effectiveness Policy
- 7. Effectiveness Report
- 8. Program Expenses
- 9. Fund Raising Expenses
- 10. Accumulating Funds
- 11. Audit Report
- 12. Detailed Expense Breakdown
- 13. Accurate Expense Reporting
- 14. Budget Plan
Fund Raising & Info
- 15. Truthful Materials
- 16. Annual Report
- 17. Website Disclosures
- 18. Donor Privacy
- 19. Cause Marketing Disclosures
- 20. Complaints
Children Inc. meets the 20 Standards for Charity Accountability.
To advance the success of young children by partnering with families, professionals, and the community through exemplary services, training, research, and advocacy. [Children, Inc] accomplishes [its] mission within a culture of innovation, collaboration and shared leadership.
Business incorporated: 05/11/1977 in KY
Also Known As: VISIONS Community Services
Children, Inc. operates Child Development Centers that promote the welfare and development of children. All of Children, Inc.’s centers for preschool age children provide literacy-rich learning environments, and playgrounds. The charity offers programs to promote healthy children and families, including free annual vision and hearing screenings, a dental health program, and healthy meals and snacks approved by the USDA Food Program. The charity also provides school age service that includes out of school time child care programs for school children kindergarten through age 11. The charity has both before and after school care programs, while also having summer and interim care. These programs provide a variety of opportunities to extend learning and keep brain power growing in fun, safe, well-supervised environments. According to the charity, it has on-site programs at 29 schools throughout Northern Kentucky. Finally, Children, Inc. offers a program for the children of employees of Toyota Motor Engineering and Manufacturing America. This child development center is for children age infant through kindergarten.
CEO: Mr. Rick Hulefeld, Executive Director Compensation:* $162,122.00
Board Chair: Mr. Mark Silbersack, Attorney Business Affiliation: Dinsmore & Shohl LLP
Board Size: 21
Staff: 250* Compensation includes annual salary and, if applicable, benefit plans, expense accounts and other allowances.
% of Related Contributions on Fundraising: 0.92%
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.
The following information is based on Children Inc.'s Audited Financial Statements for the fiscal year ending Monday, December 31, 2012.
A BBB Accredited Charity since 04/02/2008.
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