FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY

Family League leverages funding from a variety of private and public sources to invest in initiatives that can lead to positive outcomes for children and families in Baltimore.

 

Through investments in healthy communities, education, and youth, we strive to improve institutions so that individuals can grow and learn and build a better community in a Baltimore where everyone thrives.

 

 

Guidestar Gold Transparency 2021 Badge

GuideStar Gold Seal

Family League has received the recognizing our commitment to transparency around finances, leadership, and governance.

Family League is certified with the Standards of Excellence: An Ethics and Accountability Code for the Nonprofit Sector, recognized by the Maryland Nonprofits, the state’s leading authority on nonprofit compliance.

FY20 FINANCIALS

PROGRAMS
$21,854,417 – 93.6%

GENERAL & ADMINSTRATION
$1,485,626 – 6.4%

BRAIDING FUNDS

BRAIDING FUNDS MAXIMIZES INVESTMENTS IN KEY INITIATVES

Braid of funding

Family League braids funding from state, city, and private investments to increase resources, capacity, quality, and services, maximizing the collective impact on community. As the designated local management board, Family League leverages support from private and public sources to invest in initiatives that can lead to positive outcomes for children and families in Baltimore.

 

In Fiscal Year 2022, Family League provided $21.4M to 81 funded partners, benefiting more than 25,000 children, youth, and adults in Baltimore.

 

Family League invests funding into a broad cross section of community-based organizations to realize our vision. Through investments in healthy communities, education and youth, we strive to improve institutions so that individuals can grow and learn and build a better community in a Baltimore where everyone thrives.

OUR FINANCIALS

STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES & CHANGES IN NET ASSETS FOR THE YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2021

CHANGES IN NET ASSETS WITHOUT DONOR RESTRICTION

REVENUE & SUPPORT

$27,491,632

Revenue and Support Pie Chart

$9,348,685

Federal Direct & Passed Through Grants

 

$17,494,695

Other Governmental Grants

 

$303,333

Corporate Grants, Contracts & Awards

 

$111,738

Contributions

 

$226,415

Fee for Service

 

$6.766

Other Income

EXPENSES

$27,640,211

Expenses Pie Chart

$26,071,759

Total Program Services

 

$1,568,452

General & Administrative

PROGRAM SERVICES

$26,071,759

Program Services Pie Chart

$12,508,054

School Age & High School Programs

 

$5,770,246

Early Childhood Programs

 

$4,019,874

Food Access Programs

 

$3,773,585

Childhood Stability Emergency Funds

AUDITED FINANCIALS & FORM 990S

RECENT FINANCIAL DISCLOSURES

As a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, Family League conducts annual audits and submits updated Form 990s each year.

OUR FUNDERS

GREATER THAN $5,000,000

The Mayor and City Council of Baltimore City

$1,000,000 - $4,999,999

Baltimore City Health Department

Maryland Governor’s Office for Children

Maryland State Department of Education

Maryland State Department of Social Services

$100,000 - $499,999

Baltimore City Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice

Baltimore City Public Schools

Maryland State Department of Juvenile Services

Open Society Institute Baltimore

$500,000 - $999,999

The Annie E. Casey Foundation

Baltimore City Mayor’s Office of Human Services

Maryland State Department of Housing and Community Development

Maryland State Department of Human Services

$25,000 - $99,999

Share Our Strength

$1,000 - $24,999

Comcast

The Earle & Annette Shawe Family Foundation

PNC

T. Rowe Price

Wright, Constable, and Skeen

$999 AND UNDER

Justin Bowers

Howard Tech Advisors

Stevenson Universitv Online

Sue Ann’s Office Supply, Inc.