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					Executive Presentation
Agenda

• Mission & Background
• Hallmarks of a good charity
• How do we measure up?
• Want to help change someone’s life?
• Outlook
   Mission and Background

• Pathways to Independence commits to catalyzing profound and productive
changes in the lives of young women in Long Beach and Orange County who
have been abused by their families and neglected by society.

• 260+ young women have entered the program. 80% successfully graduate.

• Heal trauma from dysfunctional families & provide a college education.

• Leverage what’s right with the world:
     • 16 board members, 300+ volunteers & thousands of donors
     • Full payment for the costs of tuition & books
     • Monthly rent stipend
     • Mentoring and free counseling, access to medical care, dental care, etc.
Mission & Background
38 young women currently in the program:
    •Poor by federal/state standards.
    •Many come from alcoholic families.
    •Have experienced abuse ranging from incest to violence.
    •Some spent years in foster care or became indigent.

  Orange County Demographics                        Pathways Demographics
           Black Other                             Asian / Black Other
            1%    3%                               Pacific  4% 2%
                                                  Islander
                                                     6%

     Asian / Pacific
        Islander         Hispanic
                           31%
                                                                         Hispanic
          14%
                                                                           38%




                                                          White
             White
                                                          50%
             51%
   Meet Johanna

• Johanna was raised in a family in with a father who was in and out of recovery,
a mother who was a prescription drug user and a brother involved in gangs.
• She was homeschooled until 8th grade & sexually abused as a teenager.
• At the age of 14, she began to use drugs and alcohol heavily for a few years.
• She moved out of the home after high school and found Pathways.
• Johanna has graduated from CSULB with a B.A. in Social Work. She has three
years of sobriety. She plans to pursue her Master’s Degree to become a
Licensed Clinical Social Worker.
Hallmarks of a Good Charity:

• Community Impact
• Efficiency
• Financial Strength & Stability
• Active Board of Directors
 How Do We Measure Up?
 Community Impact:

Helping those who expect it the least, and need it the most.

 •   80% graduation rate. 260+ clients served.
 •   Many of the graduates pursue professions that greatly
     benefit society (teaching, social work, etc.)
 •   Engaging 300+ volunteers from the local community.
 •   Many professionals in the 40-60 year age range crave an
     opportunity to use their gifts for the greater good.
How Do We Measure Up?
Efficiency:
                                          Program              2009 CEO        FY 2009
                                       Expense Ratio*        Compensation      Revenue

      American Red Cross*                   92.1%              $996,000     $3,587,775,430
      United Way of Greater Los
      Angeles*                              84.6%              $294,391      $61,260,242
      Habitat for Humanity of
      Greater Los Angeles*                  88.2%              $143,546      $13,103,655
      Big Brothers Big Sisters of
      Orange County*                        74.6%              $166,916      $2,327,991
      Pathways to Independence
      (2009)                                95.1%                $0          $2,135,246
      Pathways to Independence
      (2010)*                               90.5%                $0          $1,287,727
*Program Expense Ratio = Program Expenses / Total Expenses
*The Pathways to Independence Revenue number is for 2010
*Source: Charity Navigator
  How Do We Measure Up?
  Efficiency:
          $20,000
                         Cost Per Client vs. Inflation Trends                         25.0%


          $18,000
                                                                                      20.0%
          $16,000


          $14,000                                                                     15.0%


          $12,000
                                                                                      10.0%

          $10,000                                                                                      Cost Per Girl*

                                                                                      5.0%             U.S. Tuition Inflation*
           $8,000                                                                                      % Change in Cost Per Girl

           $6,000                                                                     0.0%

           $4,000
                                                                                      -5.0%
           $2,000


              $-                                                                      -10.0%
                         2005      2006          2008      2009      2010
*Pathways Revenue Growth in 2005-2006 is 2007 avg. growth for presentation purposes. Actual 2005-2006 growth was +402%
                                         2 year
and -63% respectively.
*US Tuition Inflation estimate from DOE.
How Do We Measure Up?
Financial Strength & Stability:
How Do We Measure Up?
Financial Strength & Stability:
 • Ongoing commitments from two large family foundations.
 • Winning new grant awards.
 • Continued growth in Fundraising Revenue.
How Do We Measure Up?
Financial Strength & Stability:
• Strong Balance Sheet with 10% of Assets in Cash and virtually no Liabilities.
• 2010 Liabilities (accounts payable) as a % of Total Assets < 1%.
• Multi-million dollar gift enabled acquisition and development of an apartment
      complex that now houses 16 clients.
How Do We Measure Up?
Active Board Members:
                     2003        2004      2005    2006    2007    2008    2009    2010


     Board
                      12          12        12      14      15      16      16      16
    Members


    Board
  Members who         10          10        11      13      15      16      16      16
    Mentor
  % of Members
                     83%         83%       92%     93%     100%    100%    100%    100%
   who Mentor


                                  2005      2006    2007    2008    2009    2010

           Board Members
            who were Past              2     3       3       4       4       4
               Clients

             Past Client
           Board Members               2     2       3       4       4       4
            who Mentor
              % of Past Client
              Members who         100%      100%    100%    100%    100%    100%
                 Mentor
Want to help change someone’s life?
• DONATE
   • With 38 young women enrolled, we still have 40+ on the waitlist.
   Our primary constraint is funding. Every dollar matters!

• VOLUNTEER
   • Donate your skills as a professional. Join 50+ medical professionals,
   40+ licensed therapists, 10+ dentists, etc. and forever change a
   young woman’s life.

• MENTOR
   • Feel good every week by interacting with a young woman in need
   of guidance, support, and love.


When you give, you receive.
Outlook:
• Demand vastly exceeds Supply.
    • 38 clients in the program and 40+ on the waitlist and we’ve never
    advertised.

•Primary growth constraints are funding & human capital.
    • Hired a grant writer, pursuing government funds, foundation
    involvement continues to grow.
    • Seeking additional land/building gifts to house more clients.
    • Creating subsidiary management teams to increase capacity.

•Sensitivity to Economic Downturn.
    • Historically, haven’t seen much effect but it’s different every time. Saw
    very little impact from last economic slowdown in 2001-2002.
    • Individual Donations & Fundraising proceeds seem most exposed (each
    represents 20% of 2007 cash contributions).
    • Recent multi-year commitment from new foundation will somewhat
    mitigate economic sensitivity.
    • Can control expenses by slowing/stopping enrollment of new clients.
    • Rental Expense is 40% of total cash expenses and in 2009-2010 it will fall
    dramatically as 16 clients move into our new building.
5111 Dunbar Avenue, Huntington Beach, CA
• Thanks to the Bickerstaff Family Foundation, 16 of our clients
have a new home!
• 2007 rent expense was 40% of total cash expenses.
• A common living area increases the sense of community and
makes clients more accountable.
• Clients that regress and drop out tend to first begin isolating
themselves from fellow enrollees, mentors, and staff.
Pathways Officers
No Officers or Board Members receive any compensation whatsoever.

                                                                                   David Bishop,
                                                                                    President




                                     Stephen Burlingame,                                                 Patsi Wagner,
                                                                                                                                   Dr. Jeff Barke,
                                     Chief Financial Officer
                                                                                                    Secretary/Director/Me         Medical Director
                                                                                                       ntor Coordinator



Renee Banchiere,   Dave Wagner,      Roy Kanemoto              Carol McAllister,
   Treasurer        Treasurer           Treasurer                 Treasurer




   Peggy Dawson,      Aileen Cruz,     Carol McAllister,       Angelica Torres,            Diana Hill,          Mara Figueroa,     Lisa Fluke,       Susan Gowin,
       Mentor           Mentor         Director/Mento               Mentor                  Mentor                  Mentor       Director/Mentor       Mentor
     Coordinator      Coordinator       r Coordinator             Coordinator             Coordinator             Coordinator      Coordinator       Coordinator
Pathways Board of Directors
No Officers or Board Members receive any compensation whatsoever.
Appendix: U.S. Nonprofit Sector:
                           Number & Expenses of Reporting Public Charities, 2005
           $10M or more

           $5M to $9.9M

         $1M to $4.99M                                                                                              Public Charities

  $100,000 to $499,999

  $500,000 to $999,999

        Under $100,000

                               0%               20%               40%              60%     80%         100%
         Source: Urban Institute, The Nonprofit Sector in Brief 2007


                        Charitable Contributions by Type of Recipient Organization, 2006
               Religion Related
                      Education
            Gifts to foundation
               Human services
                    Unallocated                                                                                         % of Charitable Contributions
    Political & societal benefit
                         Health
   Arts, culture & humanities
International & foreign affairs
     Environmental & animals
                                      0%           5%         10%            15%     20%   25%   30%          35%
               Source: Urban Institute, The Nonprofit Sector in Brief 2007

				
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