1390 Olivia Lane
Lexington KY 40511
Contact Information
Address 1390 Olivia Lane
Lexington, KY 40511
Phone (859) 254-9176
Fax 859 225-5435
Contact Name Bradley Stevenson
At A Glance
IRS Ruling Year 1996
Other ways to donate, support, or volunteer
Donations to the Child Care Council may be made through:
  • checks (made out to the CCC of KY.)
  • credit card (Visa and Mastercard) online at
  • purchase of Kids Matter products(website sales)

Volunteer opportunities are available several times a year during annual fundraising events. Watch the CCC website for information or contact the CCC directly by phone. 

Financial Summary
Revenue vs Expenses - All Years
Expense Breakdown - Recent Year
Mission Statement

The Child Care Council of Kentucky (CCC) is a visible community resource, committed to offering access to affordable, quality early care and education. Our pledge is to promote, expand and enhance services that improve the quality of life for all families, children and early care professionals in Kentucky.

Background Statement

As a Resource and Referral (CCR&R) Agency located in central Kentucky since 1984, the CCC is the only local R&R serving the 17 counties of the Bluegrass Area Development District and currently holds the contract management of the Child Care Assistance Program (CCAP) in all 120 counties in Kentucky. CCAP is a social service program that provides assistance to low income, working families to pay the high cost of child care. The CCC serves 35,742 families and children through the CCAP program. The Resource and Referral Program serves 3000 families and 8000 providers annually in the Bluegrass Area Development District alone, as well as providing services in two other areas, Lincoln Trail and FIVCO.

Our pledge is to promote, expand, and enhance services that improve the quality of life for all families, children and early care professionals in Kentucky.

Services provided include:

·       Development of a smartphone app to search for and learn about quality child care,

·       Education of parents on what to look for in quality care for their children,

·       Professional Development training for early care and education teachers on a wide variety of developmentally appropriate, educational topics

·       Educational technical assistance directly to child care programs

·       Determining eligibility for low income, working families to access funding through the Child Care Assistance Program (CCAP subsidy) to help pay for child care 

·       Determining eligibility for child care assistance for those parents who do not meet the qualifications for CCAP, through the Kentucky Motor Vehicle Registration Child Care Fund.

CCC has been locally recognized by receiving the Bluegrass Tomorrow Vision Award 2010 for outstanding service provided to families and children in Central Kentucky. The Child Care Council takes great pride in being a leader in the field of early care and education across the state of Kentucky and continually strives to create a better community for children, parents and providers.

Impact Statement

Over the past year the Child Care Council has continued to successfully managed the Child Care Assistance Program (CCAP) through a contract awarded by the state of Kentucky. This program provides assistance to eligible low income families to help pay a portion of their child care. CCAP is available in all 120 counties and serves approximately 20,000 families.

Training is provided to early care professionals with well over 10,000 training hours being offered in three regions of Kentucky.

The Child Care Council of Kentucky has developed an innovative smart phone application and is currently marketing this across the country; already being tested in a few states and very well received. Keeping up with current trends, this app will provide parents easily accessible information and the opportunity to make informed decisions when choosing quality child care.                                                                                              

Needs Statement

When looking at the status of the Child Care Council of Kentucky (CCC) it is important to understand that the agency is a non-profit, 501 3c, and a human service organization. Although the operating budget is large, 95% of those dollars are restricted to meet federal and state requirements on contracts awarded through the Division of Child Care and the University of Kentucky. This money cannot be used for any other purpose. However, the CCC also provides low to no cost trainings for early care professionals and parents through the CCC Professional Development department. Many people access this training face to face and/or online. Developing and enhancing services in this area is important in providing children with the best early care and education available. Donations are used to provide these services as the CCC continues to meet the high demand for quality training. Unrestricted funding help provides the resources to meet the high demand and ever changing needs in this important field. Annually, approximately $350,000 is needed to provide professional development services.


CEO/Executive Director Statement
The Child Care Council of Kentucky is a local resource and referral agency dedicated to offering access to affordable, quality early care and education. Through partnereships the staff and board work to expand, enhance and improve services offered to all families, with a special interest in low income families and children.  Education for those who teach in the early care field is a priority because all children deserve quality child care.
The Child Care Council developed an ongoing campaign several years ago designed to bring awareness regarding issues that are faced by children all over the world including, but not limited to, health, education, domestic violence, child abuse, nutrition, safety and well being. This campain is known as Kids Matter - Invest Early-Invest Often.  
Learning begins at birth and it is imperative that children receive the best of care in their early years so that they are prepared to enter school ready to succeed. 
Service Categories
Secondary Organization Category Education / Educational Services
Tertiary Organization Category Education / Parent & Teacher Groups
Geographic Areas Served

The administrative offices of the Child Care Council are located in Lexington, Kentucky with satellite Child Care Assistance Program offices located in 120 counties across Kentucky. CCC also has Child Care Aware staff in Elizabethtown Kentucky.

Impact Questions
GoalsHelpWhat is the organization aiming to accomplish? This is the organization's ultimate goal for intended impact.   The Child Care Council of Kentucky (CCC) is the trusted leader in the field of early care and education. Annually the CCC Professional Development Program offers approximately 900 classes and trains an average of 13,000 participants face to face. In addition 25+ online classes are generally offered and 1800 or more participants took advantage of the convenience of distance learning to meet their personal schedules. These professional development hours of training annually reach over 3,000! All classes meet the state requirements and regulations related to child care. 

When educating child care providers it is imperative that they receive the best in training. Knowledge gained through training is directly applied into the classroom to improve quality. As a non-profit the CCC actively raises funding to keep the cost of training at low cost or no cost to the participant. The majority of early care classes are offered by the CCC.

Research shows that the education of the child care provider is directly related to the success of the children in their care. Children deserve the best in early care and education. The Child Care Council of Kentucky works diligently to stay current on topics of educational interest to providers. CCC staff spend hours researching trends and developing new trainings on topics related to social and emotional well-being, literacy, math, science, art, music, nutrition and family involvement. 

Involving the family in the child’s early care is a crucial factor in determining success when entering school for the first time. It goes hand in hand with the education of early care providers.

 Educating parents on how to choose quality child care is an on-going goal of the Child Care Council of Kentucky. Resources for parents are available through the CCC website, at community resource fairs, educational events, and through parenting classes. Parent resources regarding quality child care are also distributed through the Child Care Assistance Program offices located in 120 counties in Kentucky.

The Child Care Assistance Program (CCAP) is a human service program made available through funding from the Cabinet for Health and Family Service, Division of Child Care. This program assists low income parents with the high cost of child care. The CCC was awarded a contract to administer this program and funds are restricted 100% to program management. 

Other restricted funding to the CCC is provided through a sub-contract with the University of Kentucky, Human Development Institute, which includes the Child Care Aware services of technical assistance for child care centers, coordination of training and community outreach.

As the local Resource and Referral Agency since 1984, the CCC can provide assistance with any questions regarding child care.

StrategiesHelpWhat are the organization's strategies for its stated long-term goals?  

The Child Care Council of Kentucky (CCC) has been educating central Kentuckians on the importance of quality child care since 1984.  Under the current leadership, staff at the CCC work as a team to “think outside of the box” when setting goals for the future. Through constant research and monitoring of trends the CCC continues to stay ahead of the game when developing new and innovative ideas. 

With the information highway right in the palm of your hand it makes sense to recognize that information on locating and choosing quality care should be easily accessible to parents. The CCC took this into consideration and developed a smartphone application called the Child Care Finder. This is the first application of its kind in the country. 

Technology dictates the world and the ease of online websites have made resources available around the clock, 365 days a year. The CCC has built a website that offers a variety of resources to parents, child care providers and the community at-large. Distance learning allows providers to train at their own pace on their own time.

The ability to build computer programs relating to organizational operations gave the Child Care Council of Kentucky an edge when submitting the Request for Proposal for the statewide contract for Child Care Assistance. Having been awarded the contract the CCC was able to streamline and formulate methods that make in house procedures operate more efficiently, thereby providing better customer service to those served.

By applying the approach of staying well informed and ahead of the game the CCC has been able to expand services for families, children and child care providers.

In 1984 CCC served people in 17 counties and today serves people in all 120 of Kentucky. Long term goals have always been to educate child care providers, parents and community partners. All children of Kentucky deserve to have access to quality child care and to become prepared to succeed.


CapabilitiesHelpWhat are the organization’s capabilities for doing this? What resources, capacities, and connections support its progress towards long-term goals?  

A proven track record with 30 years of experience gives the Child Care Council of Kentucky (CCC) the ability to remain a leader in the field of early care and education. The CCC searches for and employs the best people for each and every job throughout the agency. 19 staff members have been employed with the agency for over 10 years and several of those have been employed since 1997. When the CCC was awarded the contract for management of the statewide contract for the Child Care Assistance Program (CCAP) administrative staff hired many staff that had been with the program for 10 plus years and several who had been with CCAP program since 1997.

The CCC benefits from a strong Board of Directors made up of highly visible community members who, guided by the CCC mission, are committed to strategically leading the agency to long term success.

With thirty years of experience the CCC has built many strong relationships in the child care field. These include but are not limited to:

·       The Cabinet for Health and Family Services, Department for Community Based Services, Division of Child Care,

·       The University of Kentucky, Human Development Institute, Child Care Aware of Kentucky,

·       Fayette County Public Schools,

·       United Way of the Bluegrass,

·       PNC Foundation,

·       Community Action Council,

·       Community Early Childhood Councils

·       National Association of Child Care Resource and Referral Agencies, and

·       Partners for Youth

The budget of the CCC consists of dollars that are directly dedicated to the operation of certain programs. These contract dollars cannot be spent for any other purpose. The CCC general fund generates unrestricted funds that can be used to promote, enhance and expand services to families, children and child care providers. Funds are produced through grants, donations, fundraising events and fees from the Professional Development Program.


IndicatorsHelpHow will the organization know if it is making progress? What are the key qualitative and quantitative indicators against which the organization assesses its progress toward its intended impact?  

Because the Child Care Council of Kentucky holds a major contract with the state of Kentucky and a sub contract with the University of Kentucky and CCC is monitored on a regular basis using tools provided. A site visit is also required to monitor the progress of these contracts.

Additionally, funding provided through grant awards from the United Way of the Bluegrass, the PNC Foundation and Partners for Youth, Fayette County Public Schools and others require reporting and monitoring of progress. Reports on numbers of participants, agency contacts, demographics, quality control, program evaluation, staffing, and customer satisfaction are required on a quarterly basis. 

As an agency the CCC monitors all website activity and generates reports on a monthly basis to assess and improve services. The agency has built systems to track CCAP claims and file reviews.

The Board of Directors receives a statistical report, reviews all monitor reports and any plans of action that may occur. In addition, the Board of Directors receives a monthly copy of the financials to monitor progress and to assure that the agency is fiscally sound.

ProgressHelpWhat has and hasn’t been accomplished so far?  

The Child Care Council of Kentucky is deliberate in its approach to long term impact as indicated through the steady growth of the agency. In 1984 CCC had a staff of two people. With vision and insight leadership chose to move forward. The agency began to apply for funding to increase the ability to provide training to child care providers in 17 counties of the Bluegrass Area Development District. In 1997 a program for assistance to low income parents to help pay for quality child care became available and the agency began to build a foundation for later success when awarded the contract to provide these services in 22 counties. With the successful management of 22 counties, leadership in the organization took the knowledge learned through success and failures, applying that experience when the contract became available again. In 2009 CCC was awarded additional contracts for northern and eastern Kentucky. 

Encouraged with the continuing success of program management, CCC used a more aggressive and innovative approach when completing the 2011 RFP that would eventually award the program management for the entire state of Kentucky, which is held today. 

With proven CCAP management success the CCC applied best practice models and was awarded two additional ADD regions in Kentucky for management of the Child Care Aware of Kentucky program and has expanded the Professional Development Program into Lincoln Trail and FIVCO, as well as Jefferson County. Advancing technology makes the field wide open for exciting possibilities like the Child Care Finder App that was developed by CCC for smartphones.

It has always been and continues to be the long term goal of the CCC that all children have access to quality child care. As the CCC grows, the impact of parents demanding quality child care continues to drive the agency forward when educating child care providers. Knowledge learned through training sessions is directly applied to early childcare classrooms, helping to assure that children are prepared to succeed when entering school. There will always be early care providers who need a quality education and ultimately the success of children is the future of Kentucky.



Board Chair
Board Chair Mr. Dan Mason
Company Affiliation Traditional Bank
Term July 2010 to July 2016
Board Members
Mr. Wallis Brooks Kentucky BankVoting
Ms. Sandra Noble Canon SteinGroupVoting
Mr. Chris Chaffin Traditional BankVoting
Ms. Connie Fromm Traditional BankVoting
Ms. Carolyn Greene Retired LawyerVoting
Mr. Dan Mason Traditional BankVoting
Mrs. Shirley Pace Retired Registered NurseVoting
Ms. RuthAnn Palumbo State LegislatorNonVoting
Mrs. Whitney Schlansky Child Care Director/ High Street Neighborhood CenterVoting
Ms. Whitney Vitatoe Triple A (AAA)Voting
Board Demographics - Ethnicity
African American/Black 2
Asian American/Pacific Islander 0
Caucasian 8
Hispanic/Latino 0
Native American/American Indian 0
Other 0 0
Board Demographics - Gender
Male 3
Female 7
Unspecified 0
Board Term Lengths 3
Board Term Limits 2
Board Meeting Attendance % 59%
Written Board Selection Criteria? Yes
Written Conflict of Interest Policy? Yes
Percentage Making Monetary Contributions 100%
Percentage Making In-Kind Contributions 95%
Constituency Includes Client Representation Yes
Number of Full Board Meetings Annually 11
Board Co-Chair
Board CoChair Mrs. Sandra Noble Canon
Company Affiliation Community Ventures
Term Jan 2013 to July 2017
Standing Committees
Board Development / Board Orientation
Human Resources / Personnel
Special Events (Golf Tournament, Walk / Run, Silent Auction, Dinner / Gala)
CEO Comments   Over the past several years the Child Care Council of Kentucky (CCC) has made a concentrated effort to build a stronger board. The growth and subsequent impact of the agency spurred a new and renewed interest in the good work that the CCC accomplishes on an annual basis. All members are dedicated to the mission of the organization and, most importantly, fiscally sound oversight. Each one has taken on the challenge. 

New members with strong community presence and a commitment to making life better for families, children and early care providers have added a “new energy” to the board. The board now includes bankers, lawyers, marketing executives, technology specialists, business owners, retired medical personnel, and child care directors. With the team that has been assembled the opportunities for partnerships are excellent. 

With that said the rapid growth of the agency presents a challenge when trying to assure that all areas of the state served by the CCC have representation on the board. Technology offers the possibility of virtual meetings and the board has accepted that challenge. 

The board is currently searching for additional members to fill representation from northern, eastern, and western Kentucky. 

Bradley Stevenson, Executive Director

CEO/Executive Director
Executive Director Mr. Bradley S. Stevenson
Term Start Sept 1997

Bradley Stevenson is a 2001 graduate of the University of Kentucky holding a Bachelor of Science Degree in Family Studies, Individual and Family Development. Mr. Stevenson has worked in every department of the Child Care Council of Kentucky having been employed since 1997. He currently holds the position of Executive Director managing two prominent state contract budgets with oversight of 190 staff. He has been instrumental in the development of a smartphone app for parents, Child Care Finder. 

Under his direction the agency has grown to include management of the Child Care Assistance Program throughout the 120 counties of Kentucky, as well as services to child care providers through the Child Care Aware program in three regions of Kentucky.

Mr. Stevenson is a member of several national associations directly related to children and families and is an active community member. Locally, he has volunteered on committees related to serving the needs of children and families through the Fayette County Public Schools, UK CCR&R, United Way, and Immanuel Baptist Church.  Mr. Stevenson sat on Leadership Lexington 2013-2014. Currently he has been nominated for a seat on Leadership Kentucky 2015-2016.




Full Time Staff 180
Part Time Staff 0
Volunteers 10
Contractors 0
Retention Rate 90%
Management Reports to Board? Yes
Staff Demographics - Ethnicity
African American/Black 24
Asian American/Pacific Islander 1
Caucasian 123
Hispanic/Latino 3
Native American/American Indian 1
Other 0 (3) 2 or more races
Staff Demographics - Gender
Male 14
Female 137
Unspecified 0
Former CEOs
Mrs. Carolyn Covington - Aug 2003
Senior Staff
Title Special Projects Director
Betty Ann Rice Allen


A lifetime of experience working with children and families from volunteerism to teaching, from teaching to administration. Experience in resource development with a strong background in non-profit organizations. Extensive YMCA experience, training, and Senior Director Certification.

1969-1973   EasternKentuckyUniversity 

Bachelor of Science Degree in Elementary Education and Early Childhood Development

                              1965-1969  Graduate of Paris High School

  Level 3 Kentucky Early Care and Education Credential



             2012- Present   Special Projects Coordinator Child Care
                                      Council of Kentucky
             2005-2012        Assistant Director   Child Care Council of
             2003-2005        Resource Development Specialist  Child Care
                                      Council of Kentucky
             1997-2003        Field Office Supervisor Child Care Council of 
                1991-1997     Executive Director    Paris-Bourbon County
                1987-1991    Marketing/Public Relations Director   Paris-
                                      Bourbon Co. YMCA
                1986-1987    Child Care Director  Paris-Bourbon County 
                1977-1987      Small Business Owner/    
                                      Homemaker/Community Volunteer
              1974-1977       Teacher  Saint Mary School  Paris,             

Title CCAP Director

Pamela Beall Burns

 2006-Present:  CCC of Kentucky Child Care Assistance Program Director

2002-2006:      CCC of Kentucky Child Care Assistance Regional Site Supervisor

1997-2002:      CCC of Kentucky Child Care Assistance Field Office Supervisor

1986-1997:     Animal Krackers Discovery Center, Inc. Co-Director/Owner

1980-1986:     ABC House Child Care – Director/Owner

1976-1979:     Glenway Lodge, Inc. – Office Manager



George Rogers Clark High School, Winchester, Kentucky

Fugazzi Business College – Business/ART Medical Records

University of Kentucky – Early Childhood Education courses

Title Human Resources Director


12/2011  Human Resource Certification Institute


1994 – 1996 University of Kentucky Master of Science in Family Studies


1988-1992 Berea College BAChild and Family Studies Emphasis on Child Development


Tammy Abbott Spivey



Professional experience

7/2009 – Present        Child Care Council of Kentucky, Inc.


 10/2005-7/2009           Child Care Council of Kentucky, Inc.


8/2003-10/2005           Child Care Council of Kentucky, Inc.                             



10/2000-8/2003          Child Care Council of Kentucky, Inc.



6/1998-10/2000          Child Care Council of Kentucky, Inc.



/1996-07/1998             Faith Lutheran Child Care


Level 5  Kentucky Credentialed Trainer

Title Accounting Director
Formal Evaluations
CEO Formal Evaluation Yes
CEO/Executive Formal Evaluation Frequency Annually
Senior Management Formal Evaluation Yes
Senior Management Formal Evaluation Frequency Annually
NonManagement Formal Evaluation Yes
Non Management Formal Evaluation Frequency Annually

The Child Care Council of Kentucky (CCC) is dedicated to helping parents find child care that is appropriate for the family. The high cost of quality child care takes up a great part of a parent’s income. The Child Care Assistance Program (CCAP) in Kentucky provides assistance with payment for child care on a sliding fee basis for eligible parents/guardians. The purpose of this program is to enable families to gain employment and to remain employed. Based on the eligibility requirements a parent many times has a co-pay. A co-pay is the amount a family is required to contribute toward the cost of care. Co-pay is determined on a sliding scale that is based on income, family size and the number of children receiving child care assistance benefits.

The CCC successfully managed the Child Care Assistance Program regionally covering 22 counties beginning in 1997, expanded to cover 71 counties, and in 2009 was awarded the contract for management of all 120 counties in Kentucky.

Budget $7,912,240.00
Category Human Services, General/Other Family-Based Services
Population Served Families, Poor,Economically Disadvantaged,Indigent,
Program Long term Success  

The goal of the child care assistance program is to provide access to quality child care that allows low income parents to work, attend education and training programs and/or to participate in the Kentucky Temporary Assistance Program (K-TAP).

Child care subsidies are also available for child protective services. Child care services through the CCAP are purchased from licensed, certified and registered providers.

The CHFS' Division of Child Care contracts with the Child Care Council of Kentucky to provide CCAP application and eligibility determination services. 100% of  CCAP contract dollars are strictly designated to the operation of this program.
The CCAP program is directly fits the mission of the CCC by serving as a resource for parents, children and early care professionals who want to improve the lives of people across Kentucky.
Examples of Program Success  

This is a story of success. The names are changed due to confidentiality.

Mary Jones was a young mother with two children. Mary worked a low income job with varying weekly schedules. She could barely afford to feed her family, much less pay for child care. Mary was embarrassed to apply for assistance. She thought it made her a failure but she knew her family depended on her. She had to work, she needed child care and she had to have help paying for that care. She simply did not have the $150 a week that it cost.  When Mary came into the local office to apply she learned that her income was so low that she qualified and would have minimal weekly copays. Mary literally burst into tears of joy. Over the course of two years, Mary was able to attain another job with better pay and better hours. She still qualified for assistance, but she gave it up. She wanted to let another family take advantage of the fund that had helped her achieve a better life for her children.


The Child Care Council of Kentucky contracts with the University of Kentucky (Human Development Institute) to provide training and technical assistance services in 2 Area Development Districts (ADD) in Kentucky. The 2 regions include Bluegrass, Lincoln Trail. Each region employs a Training Coordinator and a Technical Assistance Coordinator to provide services to local early care and education professionals. The Bluegrass region also employs a Technical Assistance (TA) Specialist that covers approximately 1/2 of Kentucky for specialized TA services. Staff is employed by the Child Care Council but provide services through a Child Care Aware contract from the University.

Category Education, General/Other
Population Served , ,

Annual Professional Development is required by the state of Kentucky in order to maintain a child care license. Professional development keeps teachers up-to-date on current curriculum resources, new early education research, changing technology, and so much more. The best professional development is ongoing with practical application directly into the classroom. The Child Care Council is committed to providing professional development to providers that encourages the developmental growth of children by offering training prior to, and during the providers’ career as a quality early care professional. CCC professional development courses are currently offered on a regular basis in the Bluegrass and Lincoln Trail , as well as Jefferson County. CCC also offers online classes that are easily accessible 24/7. Specialized on site trainings are also part of the wide range of professional development available.

Population Served , ,
Program Comments
CEO Comments  

The main challenge encountered by our non-profit is one that we began to face on a regular basis as we grew and expanded services across the state, and that is fundraising. As an agency, the Child Care Council of Kentucky works within an organizational budget of almost $8 million dollars. As you can imagine, when trying to raise money, the question is always why an agency with a budget of this size would need to raise additional dollars. And that is a very legitimate question. The answer is simple….95% of the total budget is designated/restricted for use only in the management of the CCAP program, and to services provided through the Child Care Aware Program. 

When the CCC determines a need for additional services, enhancements and expansions to programs that address the needs of low income families, children and child care providers it is imperative to raise the dollars to accomplish this. 

CCC works diligently within the community to raise these funds through special events, donor solicitations and grant writing. The CCC always welcomes the opportunity to work with other non-profit agencies to accomplish our goals. With a freeze currently in place for child care assistance it is urgent that families have additional options. And, as with any non-profit, the CCC is dedicated to our mission of improving the lives of families, children and child care professionals. To accomplish this takes experience, partnerships, expertise and community support. Kids Matter-Invest Early and Invest Often.

Bradley Stevenson, Executive Director

Plans & Policies
Organization has a Fundraising Plan? Yes
Organization has a Strategic Plan? Yes
Years Strategic Plan Considers 2
Date Strategic Plan Adopted 2013
Management Succession Plan? Yes
Organization Policy and Procedures Yes
Nondiscrimination Policy Yes
Whistleblower Policy Yes
Document Destruction Policy Yes
The Child Care Council of Kentucky proudly collaborates with:
  • The Cabinet for Health and Family Services, Division of Child Care
  • The University of Kentucky Human Development Institute
  • The United Way of the Bluegrass
Kentucky Nonprofit Network2013
Commerce Lexington2013
United Way Member Agency2013
Kentucky Nonprofit Network2014
Commerce Lexington2014
United Way Member Agency2014
National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC)2014
Revenue vs Expenses - All Years
Expense Breakdown - Recent Year
Fiscal Year
Fiscal Year Start July 01, 2015
Fiscal Year End June 30, 2016
Projected Revenue $7,932,171.00
Projected Expenses $7,893,692.00
Endowment Value $0.00
Spending Policy Income Only
Detailed Financials
Revenue and ExpensesHelpFinancial data for prior years is entered by foundation staff based on the documents submitted by nonprofit organizations.Foundation staff members enter this information to assure consistency in the presentation of financial data across all organizations.
Fiscal Year201520142013
Total Revenue$6,958,613$8,082,599$8,859,187
Total Expenses$7,159,139$8,014,425$8,841,982
Revenue Less Expenses($200,526)$68,174$17,205
Revenue SourcesHelpThe financial analysis involves a comparison of the IRS Form 990 and the audit report (when available). Revenue from foundations and corporations may be included in individual contributions when not itemized separately.
Fiscal Year201520142013
Foundation and
Corporation Contributions
Government Contributions$0$0$0
Individual Contributions$2,095$995$3,271
Investment Income, Net of Losses--$43$11
Membership Dues------
Special Events$2,188($6,388)($4,508)
Revenue In-Kind------
Expense Allocation
Fiscal Year201520142013
Program Expense$7,015,094$7,963,945$8,715,179
Administration Expense$141,853$48,419$120,186
Fundraising Expense$2,192$2,061$6,617
Payments to Affiliates------
Total Revenue/Total Expenses0.971.011.00
Program Expense/Total Expenses98%99%99%
Fundraising Expense/Contributed Revenue51%-38%-614%
Assets and Liabilities
Fiscal Year201520142013
Total Assets$1,080,792$1,378,202$967,310
Current Assets$1,032,329$1,317,946$911,587
Long-Term Liabilities$778,639$678,863$22,729
Current Liabilities$142,605$339,264$652,680
Total Net Assets$159,548$360,075$291,901
Capital Campaign
Currently in a Capital Campaign? No
State Registration No
Address 1390 Olivia Lane
Lexington, KY 40511
Primary Phone 859 254-9176
CEO/Executive Director Mr. Bradley S. Stevenson
Board Chair Mr. Dan Mason
Board Chair Company Affiliation Traditional Bank