Toronto Kiwanis Boys & Girls Clubs
Toronto, ON M5A 2J3
Executive Director: Ian Edward
President: Lynn Lavallee
Charitable Reg. #: 10757 3149 RR0001
Grade: CThe grade is based on the charity's public reporting of the work it does and the results it achieves.
Need for Funding
Cents to The Cause
Full-time staff #14
Avg. Compensation $58,769
Top 10 Staff Salary Range
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About Toronto Kiwanis Boys & Girls Clubs:
Founded in 1921, Toronto Kiwanis Boys and Girls Club (TKBGC) runs programs for children and youth in 4 locations in Toronto’s priority
Many working parents struggle to find quality care for their children when school is out. To some youth, Boys and Girls Club is not just a building but a “home away from home” – a safe place after school where kids can get homework help and extracurricular programs like dance, chess, leadership training, and public speaking. Nearly 70% of children and youth come from families earning less than $20,000 a year. The $6 million capital campaign in 2010 to expand the Spruce Street
Programs: Toronto Kiwanis Boys and Girls Club is a local, frontline charity. In 2016 it served 525 children and youth each day through before- and after-school programs, walking children to and from school, serving after-school meals. In addition to the programs during the school year, Toronto Kiwanis Boys and Girls Club has day camps during the school holidays. Approximately 1,300 children and youth use Toronto Kiwanis Boys and Girls Club programs each year. RBC funded an after-school project for 90 kids providing homework help. In 2015, 78 youth alumni of the program work as paid program and camp
In February 2017, Boys and Girls Clubs America released an extensive program evaluation. External impact assessment shows a high impact SROI of 10:1. It is highly likely that some Canadian Boys and Girls Clubs have
Donations to Toronto Kiwanis Boys and Girls Club for 2015 were $1.5m, making it a medium-sized charity. Administrative costs are 14% of total revenues and fundraising costs are 2% of donations. For every dollar donated, 84 cents goes towards the charity's programs. These overhead costs are within Charity Intelligence's reasonable range.
In 2012, Toronto Kiwanis opened the new clubhouse in Regent Park after a $7m renovation. To cover the costs not covered by donations, Toronto Kiwanis took on debt. This results in funding reserves having a negative balance of $57k showing a need for donations.
Toronto Kiwanis’s total operating costs are $2.4m (not including depreciation of $640k). This represents an estimated $1,850 for each of the 1,300 children served in a year. Fees paid by parents and others are about 6% of these costs with the remainder funded by donors, the Ontario Government and the City of Toronto.
Toronto Kiwanis Boys and Girls Club reports using an external fundraiser on its government filing. This is minor; $8,945 is paid to an external fundraiser included in fundraising costs, the revenue raised is not disclosed.
This charity report is an update that is being reviewed by Toronto Kiwanis Boys and Girls Club. Changes and edits may be forthcoming.
Updated May 17,
Financial RatiosFiscal year ending December
|Administrative costs as % of revenues||13.7%||12.9%||12.0%|
|Fundraising costs as % of donations||1.9%||1.9%||2.6%|
|Program cost coverage (%)||(2.9%)||(10.8%)||(40.7%)|
Summary Financial StatementsAll figures in $s
|Fees for service||147,442||183,153||148,388|
|Cash flow from operations||(10,890)||172,647||413,504|