The Service Boardannualreport2012
the service board mentors teenstoconquer personal &cultural challengestHROUGHpublic service &outdoor adventure
yourimpact in2012Dear friends,Thank you so much for your support over the last year. We are very proud of ouraccomplishments and the community that we have built together.Organizationally, we grew tremendously in 2012. We expanded our summerprogram to include skateboarding by collaborating with Skate Like a Girl. Wepartnered with the University of Washington School of Social Work to improve ourevaluation tool and better understand the results of our programs. We are active inthe Youth Development Field and are working with Youth Development Executivesof King County to align our outcomes with our peers. As a participant in the YouthProgram Quality Initiative, we have made major program quality improvements. Withsupport from the Raikes Foundation, we continue to strengthen our curriculum.On the ground, your impact was even bigger. We worked with 58 students in 2012and all of them completed our program with a community of people to support them.Our students gained confidence, self-awareness and became more comfortabletalking about the challenges they face. They learned to set goals and became moreoptimistic about their future.From our youth to our mentors to the person who signs up to cook a meal for aSunday service project, people who participate in tSB believe that they can make adifference in their community. Thank you for being a part of that difference.With gratitude,Ashley Miller, Executive Director
financial healthEarned income (0.8%)Corporate support (1.4%)Misc. income (1.5%)Revenue 209,047Individual (36%)Fundraising events (33%)Grants (28%)Expenses 192,318inside the numbers6grantsawardedProgram Staff (63%) Program (13%)Admin (13%)Fundraising (10%)Marketing (1%)560donationsreceived50snowboardsdonated byMervin Mfg.95%of youth onscholarship1new staffmember3,100individualmealsprepared
what we didExceededfundraisingexpectationstSB achieved ﬁnancial health by diversifying funding sourcesand building our donor base. More than 2/3 of tSB’s budget in2012 was raised by our community members throughindividual gifts and events. At our annual Soiree, we ran out ofchairs and exceeded our fundraising goal by 15,000!Expandedprograms &partnershipstSB has joined a collective impact movement to close theopportunity gap for students of color and low income studentsin the NW through participation in the Roadmap Project andYouth Development Executives of King County.We partnered with Skate Like a Girl to introduce skateboardingto our Arts in Service Program to align with our mission ofproviding outdoor adventure to help youth build courage andconﬁdence.Staff developed Mentors for Mentors program to utilize theexpertise of retired mentors to support new volunteers in ourCore Program.Developedour datacenterWe raised our understanding of data and outcomes byworking with the UW School of Social Work to build a newprogram evaluation tool and logic model.Staff participated in the Raikes Foundation Youth ProgramQuality Initiative to undergo an evidence-based assessment oftSB programs. While the results indicated that tSB programsscore higher than the national average in all measurements ofprogram quality, we have also developed an ongoing programimprovement plan.
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One of the greatest things I got from tSB is to“push your growing edges.”you had to step out of your own bubble.you need to try new things,& it was okay through the process TO fail & fallbecause that’s how you learn togrow & better yourself. I am extremely fortunate to learnto push my growing edges in tSB becauseevery single person in that programcares about your well being.they were there to support youevery single step of the way &they made you feel safe.tSB did not only give me a program to be involved with,they gave me a community.- Maryyah T. ‘11
tSB serves youth between the agesof 14-18, primarily recruiting from thesouth and southwest areas ofSeattle; neighborhoods with the mostdiversity and strongest need. tSBrecruits and receives referrals fromlocal high schools which report highdropout rates, and have largenumbers of students with EarlyWarning Indicators.Many of our participants share thecommon challenges of residence inlow income neighborhoods, lack ofyouth programs, enrollment inunder-funded schools, lack ofparental involvement and minimalaccess to non-urban areas.unsupervisedyouth are6xmore likelyto drop out250 hrs.of mentor contactper youthin tSB31%of Washingtonyouth areunsupervisedafter school105 & 60 & 53hours of outdooradventure & servicelearning & life skillscurriculum per tSB youth8%of at-risk youth inWashington have anidentifiable mentor90%of tSB youth saythey have a positiveadult role model
gratitudeAt tSB we end our programnights with Gratitude, anopportunity for our youth,mentors & guests to expresstheir thanks for people, food,love, support. whatevermakes them grateful.tSB is grateful every day forall of you who support ourefforts. Without you, tSBwouldn’t be.Corporate partnersAbsinthe FilmsAmerigroup CorporationCaffé VitaCoal HeadwearEJK AccountingevoFoster Pepper PLLCHestraHoldenJP Morgan ChaseMervin g Savings BankStevens PassSummit at Snoqualmie686Foundation/Grant supportAriel FundChenSteinO'MalleySven FoundationLucky Seven FoundationMayor's Ofﬁce of Arts & Cultural AffairsRaikes FoundationUnited Way of King CountyWe aregratefulfor you!
individual donorsAA'yana Carroll-CedergreenAaron ManganaroAaron Robertson & Emily GrayAdam & Katy ChristopulosAdam CoadyAdrienne McCollAlex & Christian SarasonAlex WakemanAllison RabbittAmanda JustenAmber CaskaAmy HyunAh Pak & Daniel PakAmy NgAnn NortonAnna CulottiAnna GoykhmanAnne Van WagenerAntasia ParkerAnthony KolbAparna Rae & Viral MehtaApril Surgent & Zak HinderyckxAram DagavarianArnab ChoudhuryAshley CostanzoAshley Wells & Sonya GoykhmanAustin Miller & Samatha StorkBBarbara CravenBarbara DarlingBeth Van FossanBob FiksoBob PrinceBrennan SmithBrian Abeel and Leticia LopezBrianna FelixBritt BergBryan Helfer & Dawn TaniguchiBryant SimCCarol Peoples-ProcterCasey StoneCatherine & Gabriel NandaCathy & Tim KernsChanmali LivChiloe BarreraChimie YuthokChris ScavoneCindy BoltonCindy GantzClint LundeConnor HaffeyConrad MullerCyrus MalapajoDDan AdamsDanielle Franks
individual donorsDavid & Kelly CarpenterDavid KnauerDawn & Richard DavisDeborah BowlerDena RigbyDenise HazlickDon and Patti DillEEdward BrownEdward MabantaEJ KimEli SteffenEllen SteinEmma MargrafEstevan Munoz-HowardEvann Strathern & Ashley MillerFFaisal NaqviFleur LarsenFrani AdairFulton StrathernGGeorge MartinGiancarlo SotilHHen ChungHilary RaapHoa NguyenIIan BrousseauIrene GomezJJackie HaggertyJane MauserJean KruzichJed SmithsonJeffery SerdeniaJenifer McIntyreJennifer & Brandon TrimbleJennifer LarsonJennifer SizemoreJenny DomotoJenny FranklJeremy EckertJeremy McWhirterJesse & Christina BurtnerJessica GreenJill Reece & Will SmithsonJillian NiederJim & Devon SurgentJoe NeeseJoel HughesJohn Logic & Lisa BessoloJohn MorrisonJohn SteinJolene Zimmerman & DarrellSandersJon EytingeJosh AyalaJudy Tobin & Michael BakerJulie Edsforth & Jabe BlumenthalJulie WhiteJustin Chan
individual donorsJustin LawJustin Wortman & MargaretYoungKKaren JohansonKate EliasKathleen & George EdwardsKaye TimmKimberly DaugsKoshal ThirumalaiKriss & Barbie ChaumontKristine KumangaiKristine PottleKyle EvansLLace LawrenceLance CorbinLauren ChristmanLauren CrandallLeah BuiLeanna PatricioLinda MullenLindsay & Maxx von MarbodLisa BarbosaLisa CorbinLisa Sholley & John BrecherLloyd & Joan TakasugiLorena AbenojarLuzviminda CarpenterLydia RezeneLynn TranMMadeleine AndersonMalcolm ProcterMaly OudommahavanhMargaret CorneliusMarlon TorresMary SetiaoMaryyah TrodepMatt HendricksonMatthew LewisMatthew TherrienMax HeighMax MacCamyMazvita MaraireMelissa ChinMelissa FengMelissa RaapMeredith FrolioMichael & Jessica TurnerMichael HaydenMichael HodappMichael LynneMike & Crystal GeeMike McConnell & Liz Weber
individual donorsNNadiya ShecklerNancy WardNancy WhitlockNaomi GoodfellowNate Parker & Sarah O'BrienParkerNathaniel & Jessica MoxleyNicholas PeytonNick AadlandNikhil BavariyaPPai PongsupahtPaola Maranan & Paul WirsingPatricia DavidsonPatrick & Ali De ArmasPatrick JordanPeter EvichPeter Grieshaber IIIPhilippe JohnsonPtarmigan TealRRachel AndersonRebekah GibbonsReid WinklerRichard BarnsleyRichard TamRichard YangRomy TisSSamantha BeadelSandra DunnSarah InselSarah NasonSaul Tran CornwallSavitha PathiScott Nurmi & KathrynBarnhouseSonya OhSri Remala KamdarStacy ArbuckleStacy ChatﬁeldSteven ChouSusan & John SkovronTThe Holzer-Ames FamilyTheresa AndersonThomas Caldwell IIIThomas GoldsteinTim ChangTim MorelliTim ZimmermanTisha SatowToby Bright
individual donorsTracey BuddenTrevor PhillipsTroy HoganVVanessa GibbonsVu LeWWendy Cho Ripp
Board of DirectorsAshley Wells - ChairAaron RobertsonAparna RaeBryan HelferChanmali LivChristine LessardConnor HaffeyDanielle FranksDena RigbyEJ Kim - TreasurerLauren CrandallLindsay von Marbod - SecretaryLisa SholleyTracey BuddenMentorsJoseﬁno Sanchez SalazarChris Castaneda BarajasJenny FranklMarquise RobersonMeng YuMunir AbdolRachel WhiteBin NguyenRobin ParkRosa NguyenViral MehtaPeer LeadersBaati NagawoCarlos NietoKimberly SuazoLeonard TranMickey SuwanchoteSidney Reel AxtellStephanie HernandezPhotographersAvi Loudhttp://aviloud.com/Justin Chanhttp://jaychanphoto.com/
From our youth to our mentors to the person who signs up to cook a meal for a Sunday service project, people who participate in tSB believe that they can make a . Michael & Jessica Turner Michael Hayden Michael Hodapp Michael Lynne Mike & Crystal Gee . Tim Morelli Tim Zimmerman Tisha Sato