Project PATCH

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Summary

Restoring Hope to Teens, Building Thriving Families, and Empowering Supportive Communities.


Contact information

Mailing address:
Project PATCH
PO Box 820209
Vancouver, WA 98682

Website: www.projectpatch.org

Phone: (360) 690-8495

Email: [email protected]


Organization details

EIN: 930929618

CEO/President: Chuck Hagele, MBA

Chairman: Rick Claridge

Board size: 7

Founder: Tom Sanford

Ruling year: 1996

Tax deductible: Yes

Fiscal year end: 12/31

Member of ECFA: No

Member of ECFA since:


Purpose

It is our vision to be the recognized leader in providing specialized services to adolescents in crisis and families facing challenges, with excellence in teamwork, relationships, and performance.


Mission statement

Organizational Mission: Project Patch is passionately committed to restoring hope to teens, building thriving families, and empowering supportive communities.

Youth Program Mission: Project Patch Youth Program is passionately committed to reaching out to at-risk young people to help them realize their self-worth and potential and the significance of God's love for them.

Family Program Mission: Project Patch Family Program is passionately committed to equipping families to thrive in the midst of life's challenges.


Statement of faith

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Transparency grade

D

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Financial efficiency ratings

Sector: Community Development

CategoryRatingOverall rankSector rank
Overall efficiency rating499 of 102142 of 82
Fund acquisition rating593 of 102442 of 82
Resource allocation rating238 of 102428 of 82
Asset utilization rating689 of 102158 of 82

Financial ratios

Funding ratiosSector median20202019201820172016
Return on fundraising efforts Return on fundraising efforts =
Fundraising expense /
Total contributions
8%10%4%8%6%6%
Fundraising cost ratio Fundraising cost ratio =
Fundraising expense /
Total revenue
5%3%2%3%4%4%
Contributions reliance Contributions reliance =
Total contributions /
Total revenue
83%25%51%45%62%62%
Fundraising expense ratio Fundraising expense ratio =
Fundraising expense /
Total expenses
5%2%4%3%3%3%
Other revenue reliance Other revenue reliance =
Total other revenue /
Total revenue
17%75%49%55%38%38%
 
Operating ratiosSector median20202019201820172016
Program expense ratio Program expense ratio =
Program services /
Total expenses
80%82%72%81%84%83%
Spending ratio Spending ratio =
Total expenses /
Total revenue
87%115%55%113%117%111%
Program output ratio Program output ratio =
Program services /
Total revenue
68%95%39%91%98%92%
Savings ratio Savings ratio =
Surplus (deficit) /
Total revenue
13%-15%45%-13%-17%-11%
Reserve accumulation rate Reserve accumulation rate =
Surplus (deficit) /
Net assets
14%-9%43%-8%-10%-7%
General and admin ratio General and admin ratio =
Management and general expense /
Total expenses
13%15%24%16%13%14%
 
Investing ratiosSector median20202019201820172016
Total asset turnover Total asset turnover =
Total expenses /
Total assets
0.750.540.470.530.580.51
Degree of long-term investment Degree of long-term investment =
Total assets /
Total current assets
2.162.592.738.1822.6916.63
Current asset turnover Current asset turnover =
Total expenses /
Total current assets
1.691.411.304.3513.178.47
 
Liquidity ratiosSector median20202019201820172016
Current ratio Current ratio =
Total current assets /
Total current liabilities
11.2020.3022.236.431.020.41
Current liabilities ratio Current liabilities ratio =
Total current liabilities /
Total current assets
0.080.050.040.160.982.42
Liquid reserve level Liquid reserve level =
(Total current assets -
Total current liabilities) /
(Total expenses / 12)
6.368.128.852.330.02-2.02
 
Solvency ratiosSector median20202019201820172016
Liabilities ratio Liabilities ratio =
Total liabilities /
Total assets
12%16%9%25%15%26%
Debt ratio Debt ratio =
Debt /
Total assets
2%0%0%14%0%1%
Reserve coverage ratio Reserve coverage ratio =
Net assets /
Total expenses
117%154%191%140%146%146%

Financials

Balance sheet
 
Assets20202019201820172016
Cash$1,776,580$1,676,894$168,628$17,400$80,425
Receivables, inventories, prepaids$427,904$402,947$342,990$157,784$205,892
Short-term investments$0$0$0$0$0
Other current assets$0$0$0$0$0
Total current assets$2,204,484$2,079,841$511,618$175,184$286,317
Long-term investments$0$0$0$0$0
Fixed assets$1,587,189$3,572,635$3,529,763$3,652,835$4,334,788
Other long-term assets$1,919,624$33,417$141,545$147,595$141,095
Total long-term assets$3,506,813$3,606,052$3,671,308$3,800,430$4,475,883
Total assets$5,711,297$5,685,893$4,182,926$3,975,614$4,762,200
 
Liabilities20202019201820172016
Payables and accrued expenses$108,576$74,358$74,241$132,782$174,811
Other current liabilities$0$19,196$5,336$38,762$519,141
Total current liabilities$108,576$93,554$79,577$171,544$693,952
Debt$0$0$579,000$10,712$26,338
Due to (from) affiliates$0$0$0$0$0
Other long-term liabilities$824,377$434,236$403,856$417,351$502,141
Total long-term liabilities$824,377$434,236$982,856$428,063$528,479
Total liabilities$932,953$527,790$1,062,433$599,607$1,222,431
 
Net assets20202019201820172016
Without donor restrictions$4,701,824$5,080,780$2,982,176$3,263,204$3,403,790
With donor restrictions$76,520$77,323$138,317$112,803$135,979
Net assets$4,778,344$5,158,103$3,120,493$3,376,007$3,539,769
 
Revenues and expenses
 
Revenue20202019201820172016
Total contributions$673,726$2,521,778$896,354$1,227,643$1,361,996
Program service revenue$1,934,219$2,322,850$962,661$644,051$673,722
Membership dues$0$0$0$0$0
Investment income$0$0$0$0$279
Other revenue$79,808$81,385$111,376$105,703$152,379
Total other revenue$2,014,027$2,404,235$1,074,037$749,754$826,380
Total revenue$2,687,753$4,926,013$1,970,391$1,977,397$2,188,376
 
Expenses20202019201820172016
Program services$2,552,784$1,942,068$1,795,756$1,931,705$2,013,641
Management and general$476,067$656,116$362,175$303,197$330,143
Fundraising$68,661$95,831$67,974$72,660$81,082
Total expenses$3,097,512$2,694,015$2,225,905$2,307,562$2,424,866
 
Change in net assets20202019201820172016
Surplus (deficit)($409,759)$2,231,998($255,514)($330,165)($236,490)
Other changes in net assets$0$0$0$0$0
Total change in net assets($409,759)$2,231,998($255,514)($330,165)($236,490)

Compensation

NameTitleCompensation
Chuck HageleExecutive Director$87,920

Compensation data as of: 12/31/2019


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History

Tom and Bonnie Sanford started Project Patch with the dream of helping lost youth. They knew that troubled teens are hurting teens and they longed to give them safety and a new chance at life. The changed lives of hundreds of young people served by Project Patch continues to be an inspiration to the many people that consistently support this cause.

Project Patch began in 1984 as a referral and foster placement program. From 1984 to 1993, Project Patch made nearly 1,800 foster care referrals and placed just under 400 young people in loving, Christian foster care homes. As the need to place youth escalated and it became increasingly difficult to find enough foster homes, the Patch Board of Trustees began to pray for a place to house young people.

In 1989, a gift of 116 acres in southern Idaho, including riverfront acreage, along with the purchase of an adjacent 53 acres, provided the possibility of fulfilling this dream of a place for hurting teens.

In 1990, Project Patch placed a trailer on the property and began praying for more miracles. Many miracles, many volunteers, and many generous donors later, construction was completed on residence halls and the main lodge with beautiful views of the river.

Maranatha Volunteers International and various youth groups across the Northwest helped to develop the Project Patch youth ranch into an impressive and modern campus. Eventually, a school, gymnasium, workshop, and chapel were added to the campus.

Since 1993, over 1,000 teenagers have been physically, emotionally, and spiritually renewed at the Project Patch Youth Programs. The teens spend an average of 14 months working their way up through a four-level program to the point of completion.

Just a few minutes outside of Goldendale, Wash., the Project Patch Family Life and Conference Center sits on almost 500 acres of beautiful land. With views of Mt. Adams and Mt. Hood, canyons, rivers, and a couple of waterfalls, the completed facility has something for everyone. But it didn't just happen overnight.

The Tupper family came to the valley in 1963 and began farming. Through the years they helped many young people attain Christian education. Their heart for young people and families led them to give just under 500 acres to Project Patch.

They were able to be present at the dedication ceremony of the family and conference center in 2010, and were given the honor of cutting the ceremonial ribbon. In late 2010 we bade goodbye to Dr. Elsie Tupper when she passed away. Pictured below are Elsie and Clarence Tupper and Marjorie (Tupper) Wentland at the dedication ceremony in May 2010. Clarence Tupper passed away in October 31, 2016.

During 2004 and 2005, Patch thinned over 50 acres of the pine forest around the areas where buildings were planned. This was done to promote forest health and to provide protection from fire.

Fencing was constructed along almost two miles of driveway and along the border with neighbors. Many volunteers came and helped complete this task. Among the volunteers were some of the teens from the youth ranch in Idaho.

From standard framing to foam and concrete, from small to large, from complex to simple, all of the buildings that now stand are the product of dedication and effort by a lot of people who deeply care about helping young people and their families.

Every building was planned, erected, and finished by talented and generous people. Most of them were volunteers from various churches and service organizations who worked with a core group of paid staff to construct the buildings that now make up our Family Life and Conference Center.

After overcoming many challenges by steady efforts, fervent prayers, and continuous faith in God's ability to provide miracles, Project Patch is now able to offer the Family Experience to parents and their teens (12-17 years old) who want to find the best possible ways to get through the challenges that have come their way. Patch believes that God provided so many miracles for Patch so that He could provide many more miracles for families.


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