Financial information

As a 501 (c) (3), City Youth Now is dedicated to the highest standards of operation and dedicated to using our funds to directly serve San Francisco's neediest youth. Below is a summary of our most recent fiscal year, which details our expenses and assets. You may also download a copy of our Annual Reports for the past three years, located on the right of this page. For further information on our fiscal accountability, please contact City Youth Now at 415-753-7576 or via email at ananda@cityyouthnow.org.

2012 REVENUE CURRENT YEAR HIGHLIGHTS
City Youth Now has provided over 4,000 opportunities to youth in 2012. Within each of our mandates, we have fulfilled requests as follows:
EMPLOYMENT AND INDEPENDENT LIVING
201 Youth on probation were provided with paid internships, helping them prepare for employment.
75 Youth received assistance to live independently.
PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT AND HEALTH
43 Youth received summer camp scholarships:
94% of campers say camp helped them make new friends; 96% of campers say that camp helped them feel good about themselves; 78% of our campers say that they tried things at camps that they were afraid to do at first; 90% of our campers say that they got to know adults who helped them and made them feel secure.
9 Dependent and delinquent youth received medical and dental assistance.
31 Youth were provided opportunities to participate in artistic pursuits, create healthier coping mechanisms and develop specific life skills by attending a variety of instructive classes.
67 Foster youth and youth on probation were provided recreation and sports opportunities in the form of classes, league registration fees, gym memberships and sports equipment.
EDUCATION AND LITERACY
489 Youth were provided education and literacy support, textbooks and tutoring services.
505 Youth in detention had the opportunity to be exposed to authors and speakers from around the Bay Area and beyond.
166 Youth were provided support to purchase caps and gowns, senior pictures and senior trips as well as given backpacks and alarm clocks as graduation gifts.
710 Youth were served by the library service and literacy programs, including reading groups, literacy tutoring, new books for the youth and library, and writing programs.
SOCIAL SERVICES, SAFETY AND CRITICAL NEEDS
84 Youth were provided with emergency clothing vouchers.

42 Youth participated in the WIMP program, designed to teach kids about the dangers of possessing a weapon.
450 Children removed from their homes and taken to the Child Protection Center were provided with duffle bags, backpacks and hundreds of articles of clothing.
640 Youth were provided holiday gifts, most of whom would likely not have received a gift if it were not for City Youth Now.

 2012 Revenue

2012-2013 Expenses

Expenditures by mandate

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