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The Salvation Army Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Atlanta:  The Salvation Army Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Atlanta Bellwood, Fuqua, Griffin, Peachcrest and West End Units Program Demographics/Capacity:  Program Demographics/Capacity 5 Dedicated Youth Facilities, in low-income/high risk areas in the Greater Atlanta Provide after-school pick-up transportation to 25 schools Youth Served: 1890 in Membership [54% males/46% females] 2625 other Youth Served 4515 total youth served Teens Served, of the above 1663 are teens Average Daily Attendance: School Year-472, Summer-601 High Priority Population :  High Priority Population 95% of the Youth Served are on free and reduced lunch program 80% are members of single-parent households 97% are African-Americans Youth served are between 6 to 18 years old Majority are at-risk due to the neighborhoods and schools [struggling]in which they reside Required Program Components After-School Youth:6-18:  Required Program Components After-School Youth:6-18 Balanced Program providing numerous activities in Six Core Program Areas: Education & Career Development Character & Leadership Development Health & Life Skills The Arts Sports, Fitness and Recreation Spiritual Development [voluntary] Required Program Components After-School Youth:6-18:  Required Program Components After-School Youth:6-18 2. Meets the Needs of Working Parents Reasonable Cost Member/Parent Orientation Guide After-School Pick-up Parent Permission Slips Convenient Operating Days & Hours Early Morning Summer Program Parent Surveys Parent Club Required Program Components After-School Youth:6-18:  Required Program Components After-School Youth:6-18 3. Meet the need of the neighborhood and community Match staff with Community Culture Celebrate Holidays Offer Special Events and Field Trips Support local school activities Have parent involvement in special activities Required Program Components After-School Youth:6-18:  Required Program Components After-School Youth:6-18 4. Utilize Trained Staff & Volunteers Staff and Advisory Council sign Code of Ethics Clear Policies & Procedures Manual Required Background Checks Staff/volunteer Orientations Written Job Descriptions & Performance Appraisals In-Service Training Annual Training Opportunities for Professional Staff Required Program Components After-School Youth:6-18:  Required Program Components After-School Youth:6-18 5. Program Logic Model built upon a Youth Development Strategy, Time-Tested Diversified Programs and meeting the National standards of two of America’s most trusted and effective non-profit organizations. 6. Consumers satisfaction reflected through Parent Surveys, Advisory Council over-site, Property Committee reviews, outside group inputs 7. Comply with all local, state and federal regulations for programs, staff, vehicle and facilities Preferred Program Components After-School Youth:6-18:  Preferred Program Components After-School Youth:6-18 Operate Monday through Friday… School Year: 2:30 PM to 8:30 PM School Closing Days 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM Summer: 9:00 AM to 6 PM with early morning program 7:30 to 9:00 AM and late pick-up 6:30 PM Age-Group Programming: Champs 6-9, Juniors 10-12, and Keystoners 13-18 Operate 229 Days a Year Membership Fee: $25 a year Transportation Cost: $5 per family Summer Fee: Year Round Member: $200 New Summer Member:$400 Scholarships Provided Supervision Ratio-1-25 Summer: Breakfast/Lunch Program School : Snacks Provided Parent Survey: February 2007 -292 Parents/461 Youth- In general, I rate the quality of the services and programs the Club provides::  Parent Survey: February 2007 -292 Parents/461 Youth- In general, I rate the quality of the services and programs the Club provides: Superior 170 Good 111 Adequate 11 Poor 0 No Response: 0 The Salvation Army Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Atlanta supports reasonable and affordable [within budget and staffing constraints] accountability and utilizes the following standards and evaluations::  The Salvation Army Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Atlanta supports reasonable and affordable [within budget and staffing constraints] accountability and utilizes the following standards and evaluations: Boys & Girls Clubs of America’s Annual Report The Salvation Army’s Annual Audits and Program Monitoring Reports B&GCA’s Standards of Organizational Effectiveness- assesses the overall operation of our Organization B&GCA’s Commitment to Quality- annual evaluation of our offered programs and services Funded Grant Program Evaluations-responding to how well we meet the objectives of individual grants Parent Survey-a survey of a random sample of member’s parents to rate their opinions of our services Selected Outcome Measurement Results-utilizing a random sample approach Understanding the Program Logic Model:  Understanding the Program Logic Model The Boys & Girls Club difference… Commitment to Quality/Impact Assessment Evaluates the key elements which drive lasting impact on youth: A Safe, Positive Environment Fun Supportive Relationships Opportunities and Expectations Recognition Program Logic Model Inputs:  Program Logic Model Inputs 5 Dedicated Youth Facilities in low-income/high-risk areas Open Daily [Mon. thru Fri.] after-school and all day during summers Professional Staff 12 full-time, youth development professionals supplemented by 33 trained part-time staff and over 365 volunteers 10 temporary Summer Workers plus Summer Youth Workers Available/Affordable to all Youth boys and girls age 6 thru 18 from all racial, religious, ethnic and income backgrounds Time-Tested, Diversified Programs that appeal to young people’s needs and interests 7 Vans providing after-school pick-up transportation at 25 schools An operating budget of $ 2,028,034 plus Griffin-$200,000 Program Logic Model Activities:  Program Logic Model Activities Building-Centered in a safe, fun, positive environment promoting supportive relationships with peers and adults; and providing opportunities, expectations and recognition Youth Development Strategy is utilized to promote and enhance a sense of belonging, competence, influence and usefulness to enhance self-esteem and responsible behavior Resulting in numerous activities in Six Core Program Areas: Education and Career Development Character and Leadership Development Health and Life Skills The Arts Sports, Fitness and Recreation Spiritual Development [voluntary] Program Logic Model Outputs:  Program Logic Model Outputs Special emphasis to low-income/at-risk youth: 1890- Members Served 2625-Other Youth Served 1663- Teens Served Average Daily Attendance-472 school year, 601 summertime Over 365 Volunteers 229 Days of Operation 108 activities offered per day during the school year and 162 during the summer Over 3522 hours per year of direct program activity Numerous Family/Community Collaborations Program Logic Model Initial Outcomes:  Program Logic Model Initial Outcomes Awareness and Learning Basic Knowledge and Skills: Foundation Building in Youth… Developing confidence in themselves [I Can] Accepting responsibility for their behaviors Improving their social interaction skills Respecting others Understanding limits Utilizing resistance skills Resolving conflict in positive ways Program Logic Model Initial Outcomes Continued:  Program Logic Model Initial Outcomes Continued Commitment to learning and achievement Becoming computer literate Nurturing their talents Developing positive health, fitness & nutrition habits Setting personal and career goals Developing high personal expectations and standards Program Logic Model Intermediate Outcomes:  Program Logic Model Intermediate Outcomes Attitude & Life Skills Development: What kids need in order to succeed! Positive Self-Identity Competencies in the following areas: Educational Employment Social Emotional Cultural Program Logic Model Intermediate continued:  Program Logic Model Intermediate continued Community and Civic Involvement Health and Well-Being A Moral Compass Program Logic Model Long Term Outcomes:  Program Logic Model Long Term Outcomes Character Development and Positive Functioning: Resulting in Youth Members who will… have hope and opportunity, value and utilize lifetime learning skills, realize their full potential and become caring, productive, and responsible citizens A Moral Compass:  A Moral Compass The importance of standards is it allows us to effectively and efficiently transform lives by making our mission a reality not just a dream. Our kids deserve no less!!! The Salvation Army Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Atlanta:  The Salvation Army Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Atlanta

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