IRS 501(c)(3) Determination Letter
Foster Kinship Conflict of Interest Policy
Most Recent Financial Statements
There is simply no other organization in Nevada that does the targeted family stability work for kinship families- the work we do. After ten years we can demonstrate a proven track record of client success. We are constantly increasing our sustainability through cultivating diverse funding streams. We are accountable. We work well within our own budgets and are growing sustainably. While have won several grants in the past years, like most non-profits we do not rely solely on grants for the work we do.
We extend needed services and help to our clients, and are endorsed by the fact of our partnership with Clark County Department of Family Services, Nevada Department of Children and Family Services, Nevada Division of Welfare and Supportive Services and many other nonprofit and social service partners. We are a consistent presence in the city as direct help givers and as advocates for our kinship families. We helped administer a “State of the State Survey” in collaboration with UNLV in order to understand the kinship population in Nevada.
Our evidence-based model provides a solid foundation for our growth. We are here to stay, and we welcome feedback regarding ways we can demonstrate to you our successful first decade of services and our goals for the next ten years.