YouthFront, Inc.
4600 Rainbow Blvd.
Kansas City KS 66103
Web and Phone Contact
Telephone (913) 262-3900
Fax 913- 262-1782
Mission Statement
To bring youth into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ.
Leadership
CEO/Executive Director Mr. Mike King
Board Chair Mr. Tim Smith
Board Chair Company Affiliation
History and Background
Year of Incorporation 1943
Former Names
Kansas City Youth for Christ
Volunteer Opportunities
Ways to donate, support, or volunteer
Donations can be mailed to 4715 Rainbow Blvd., Shawnee Mission, KS 66205. Online donations and in-kind donations can be made at www.youthfront.com/donate.
 
If you are interested in volunteering, sign up to be a part of our volunteer network at www.youthfront.com.
 
Financial Summary
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Statements
Mission Statement To bring youth into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ.
Background Statement

For more than 75 years, Youthfront has provided leadership and character-building programs for young people. Youthfront is a nondenominational faith-based nonprofit that serves more than 8,000 youth and their families each year.

Youthfront has several programs and ministries supporting youth and families. Youthfront operates two faith-based camps for youth in LaCygne and Edgerton, KS., that host thousands of kids each summer. High school and college students earn valuable experience serving and mentoring children for 10 weeks each summer at Youthfront Camps.

Youthfront’s community development site in Croc, Mexico, offers a unique missional journey service experience for youth. Youth and intergenerational teams also serve through Youthfront’s programs in the under-resourced Argentine neighborhood of Kansas City, KS.

Youthfront’s Imagine Argentine summer social entrepreneurship program for middle school students empowers them to develop solutions to neighborhood challenges. Three cohorts of students have proposed, launched and are striving to sustain much-needed neighborhood programs. Youthfront’s Snack Shack KC is now a social business run year-round by youth and volunteers, located by the South Branch library in Argentine.

Young people also serve those struggling with food insecurity through Youthfront’s Something to Eat™ meal-packing program. Youth, school groups and intergenerational groups can learn about food insecurity through Youthfront’s curriculum and help fight it directly by packaging meals. The meals are distributed to food pantries locally and through Youthfront’s partners nationally and internationally. Last year, youth and families packed more than 488,530 meals for the hungry through Something to Eat.

Impact Statement

Youthfront served more than 8,000 youth through its ministries in this past year and provided support and training to more than 100 youth pastors and youth workers/ministry leaders.

One of Youthfront's growing ministries is in the urban under-resourced Argentine neighborhood of Kansas City, KS. In the past three years, middle school entrepreneurs in Youthfront's Imagine Argentine program have proposed, launched and are striving to sustain much-needed neighborhood programs. In the inaugural cohort, students launched the Snack Shack KC, as a way to address the social isolation of youth and the blight of empty storefronts. Snack Shack is now a social business run year-round by youth and volunteers.

Youthfront has a new strategic plan as part of its participation in the Paterson Center's StratOp (Strategic Operations) planning process. Youthfront has been implementing StratOp Action Initiative Plans (all with measurable goals and timelines) in several key areas this past year, with additional to come this next fiscal year. Organizational goals in the next five years include expanding key church partnerships to 100+ ; expanding urban ministry through a Youthfront-led community development project; and doubling youth participation in programs.

Needs Statement

Donors can help Youthfront in several key ways.

Facility renovation and improvements: Youthfront’s facilities are a key focus in the coming year. As part of Youthfront’s StratOp strategic planning process, a master plan and capital improvement plan has been developed. Youthfront’s camps and facilities have specific renovation and maintenance needs, along with key capital additions to meet the needs of expanding programs. For example, Youthfront is focused on specific infrastructure updates at the LaCygne Camp location. Future plans include a facility to meet the unique needs of day camp for young children, a newer program that has seen tremendous growth.

Expanding program access and scholarships: Youthfront uses scholarship funds donated by friends of the ministry to support children who otherwise wouldn’t be able to attend camp or other programs in the ministry. Many are children in the Kansas foster care system or children of inmates at Lansing.

Investing in youth in the Argentine neighborhood of KC, KS: Youthfront’s Imagine Argentine social entrepreneurship program gives youth in the Argentine a chance to tackle neighborhood issues. Donors and companies can assist in underwriting or sponsoring the summer or year-round social ventures developed by youth in the program.

Service Categories
Youth Development-Religious Leadership
Alliances & Advocacy
Youth Development Programs
Areas of Service
KS - Wyandotte County Urban Core
KS - Wyandotte County
KS - Johnson County
MO - Jackson County
MO - Clay County
MO - Platte County
National
International
CEO/Executive Director/Board Chair Statement

As the President and CEO of Youthfront, I hear testimonies and comments from parents all the time. Often, when they share their stories about Youthfront’s impact on their children, the parents are overwhelmed with emotion. We all care about our children and grandchildren. But how well a culture invests in the emerging generations says a lot about the health of that culture.

Young people are designed by God to seek meaning and purpose for their lives. Youth long to be accepted and connected to a community where they can explore who they are, ask tough questions and be part of something bigger than themselves. This is essential for them to discover the “virtuous life” where they can become flourishing human beings. Jesus Christ promises to bring life to the full, unfortunately, too many look to other things to provide meaning and often the results are tragic. In today’s world, it’s not easy for young people to find examples of Christian faith that energize and inspire them to passionately pursue abundant life in Jesus Christ.
 
Youthfront provides a space where young people can explore who God calls them to be in a nurturing environment. Youth who experience Youthfront’s programs find a place where they can build relationships, learn, know they are loved, strengthen their faith, hone their values, and serve their communities.
 
Our biggest challenges relate to expanding our ministry and having the resources to reach the youth and families we need to serve. Each year, we have more young people from economically disadvantaged backgrounds applying for scholarship help to attend camp. Our social entrepreneurship program in Argentine (KCK) completed its third summer, and it's garnered so much enthusiasm and interest. We're continuing to seek ways to ensure sustainable year-round programming there through Snack Shack, and we know much more is ahead. Our other key focus is our facilities. We count on donor support to help us maintain our beautiful camp locations, but doing so is costly. We will be seeking to update and renovate our facilities to meet the needs of specific programs, such as our growing day camp.
 
We're full of hope and anticipation of what God has in store as we enter our 77th year or ministry. 
Programs
Description Youthfront has facilitated thousands of camping experiences for elementary school, middle school, and high school students at Youthfront Camp West and Camp LaCygne (formally Youthfront South). Known nationwide for unparalleled programming, expert staff, vibrant worship, fun activities, and exquisite grounds, Youthfront Camps are dedicated to making each student's experience a life-changing event.
Program Budget $1,255,500.00
Category Youth Development, General/Other Youth Development, General/Other
Population Served K-12 (5-19 years)
Short-Term Success Our campers will leave camp able to articulate at least two important truths about their faith and have a better understanding of God’s role in their lives and our world.
Long-Term Success Our campers will develop tools, skills and practices they need in order to live out their faith in ways that are sustainable, meaningful and beneficial to themselves, their communities and to the world. Camper surveys will indicate they felt support from staff and a safe sense of community in which to explore their faith.
Program Success Monitored By Online surveys, parent meetings and feedback, camper forums, student input/planning events, evaluations, and interviews.
Examples of Program Success Youthfront campers complete a survey about their camp experience and about the specific challenges they face today as middle or high schoolers. The survey and interviews gave the staff a solid sense of how programming is meeting the current needs of youth.
Description
Youthfront's Imagine Argentine program serves youth in the Argentine neighborhood of KCKS. Imagine Argentine includes a four-week summer social entrepreneurship program for youth, where youth come together to discuss and solve neighborhood issues. Imagine Argentine also has a year-round presence and programming for youth through Youthfront's Snack Shack KC, a youth-founded center in Argentine now run by young people and volunteers.
 
Youthfront’s Imagine Argentine social entrepreneurship program creates an opportunity for youth in an under-resourced neighborhood to bring creativity and innovative solutions to the most pressing challenges facing their community. Imagine Argentine serves middle schoolers in the Argentine neighborhood of Kansas City, KS, in Wyandotte County.
Program Budget $115,500.00
Category Youth Development, General/Other Youth Leadership
Population Served Adolescents Only (13-19 years)
Program is linked to organization's mssion Yes
Program Frequently Assessed Yes
Short-Term Success More than 45 youth regularly volunteer and participate at Snack Shack KC, which has become a neighborhood anchor for youth after school. Youthfront seeks to offer further leadership development to the committed youth volunteers. Ongoing volunteer and funding support is needed for this growing program and the social ventures the students are launching.
Long-Term Success
Through this program, youth in Argentine will be given the agency and the tools to tackle neighborhood issues. The program is a part of Youthfront’s mission to help youth discover their gifts and who God calls them to be.
 
The first year’s inaugural group established The Snack Shack KC, run by youth and volunteers, where young people in Argentine can gather. The second group proposed "Boredom Busters," which will serve as the programming arm for Snack Shack. The third group tackled the challenge of one swimming pool in Wyandotte County with their concept of a popup spray park for the neighborhood, called City Splash.
 
To date, three cohorts of students have proposed, launched and are striving to sustain much-needed neighborhood programs, of which City Splash is the latest. Argentine youth and families have responded enthusiastically, engaged as both clients and volunteers.
Program Success Monitored By
Youthfront evaluates each of its key programs. For Imagine Argentine, parent and volunteer feedback is critical, along with measures of how many students completed the program, and their ongoing involvement with Youthfront.
Examples of Program Success Parent feedback has been one indicator of the success of this program. A second is the interest of local school districts in adapting the program for their use. Youthfront is working with those partner schools on a pilot program in their districts in 2020.
Description Youthfront's ministry efforts provide for powerful cross-cultural ministry experiences. These efforts take young people to the next level in their spiritual maturity and formation. Students and groups have two options for Missional Journeys. Based in the desperately impoverished village of Croc, Mexico, outside of Monterrey, Youthfront gives youth groups, church teams and students the opportunity to see true need in a distinctively close up, personal way and the means to respond. Whether through home construction, children’s ministry, community outreach, or our after-school programs, students learn real world ways to make a significant difference in the lives of others in a distinctly different cultural environment. Youthfront also offers a local experience in Argentine, KS, where students can work with members of the Argentine community.
Program Budget $82,225.00
Category Youth Development, General/Other Youth Development, General/Other
Population Served K-12 (5-19 years)
Program is linked to organization's mssion Yes
Program Frequently Assessed Yes
Short-Term Success Missional Journeys teams support specific projects and programs in their communities. These can be construction/renovation projects, after school programs and other community outreach or needs. We seek to represent God’s love to the residents in a way that fosters a response to the Gospel and to the church. We also seek to have an on-going relationship with the church groups from the U.S. to challenge them throughout the year, not just for their week of service.
Long-Term Success
Missional Journeys programs seek to see the communities of Argentine and Croc changed, improved for the better. Participants come alongside the community to offer hope for a future by sharing in God’s love and plan for them and by providing manpower, assistance training and resources along with a ministry of presence. We want to see the youth and youth leaders from the U.S. who participate in our program changed with a better understanding of issue of poverty, justice, immigration, and our responsibility as Christians. We want them wrestle with the things they experience while reaching out with love to the people of Croc and Argentine.
Program Success Monitored By Participant evaluations along with host and site participant interviews and community surveys.
Examples of Program Success One of the pastors in La Croc said that what Youthfront has done in their community gives credibility to the Gospel. This is huge if you understand the history of Christianity in rural Mexico. We've seen children who came through the after school program in Croc become youth and now young adult leaders in the program.
Description “For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in," Matthew 25:35

Youthfront's Something to Eat™ is a meal packaging program that is designed as socially interactive, tangible way for youth to respond to relief efforts through packing low-cost, nutrient-dense meals.  It's a hands-on project perfect for youth groups, school groups and intergenerational/family/church service days. Meals are distributed to food pantries locally and through Youthfront's partnerships globally. 
Program Budget $275,000.00
Category Civil Rights, Social Action & Advocacy, General/Other Civil Rights, Social Action & Advocacy, General/Other
Population Served Poor,Economically Disadvantaged,Indigent, Adults
Program is linked to organization's mssion Yes
Program Frequently Assessed Yes
Short-Term Success Youth and families packed more than 488,533 meals for the hungry last year. Those meals were distributed to rural and urban pantries primarily throughout Missouri and Kansas.
Long-Term Success Something To Eat addresses the spiritual formation of young people by fueling the passionate pursuit of hungering for the righteousness of God. 

There are two types of hunger we are addressing:
  • A hunger for food.  This is a basic human need that when not met will lead to starvation and ultimately physical death.
  • The hunger for God and being in relationship with Jesus.  Satisfying this hunger is essential for spiritual life.  This hunger will never be fully satisfied until we see Jesus face to face.
Program Success Monitored By Youthfront has evaluation tools in place for key programs, and Something to Eat is evaluated on its impact (meals packed, distribution, number of parties, partnerships, churches reached) along with financial viability.
Examples of Program Success Something to Eat offers youth and others a unique opportunity to give back and learn about food insecurity. Companies, schools, churches and youth groups come together to make a difference through packing parties throughout the year. In 2018, Something to Eat held a packing party inside of Lansing State prison, where incarcerated individuals participating in the Brother in Blue Reentry program had the opportunity to give back by packing meals for the underserved. Many of the meals will help those in the communities where they are from. In addition, Youthfront campers have the opportunity to participate in a Something to Eat packing event during their camp sessions. This past summer, camp grandparents joined for that service opportunity.
Description Youthfront regularly partners with churches and Christian organizations to produce dynamic, one-of-a-kind, spiritual retreats. Our staff strives to make each getaway a unique space of worship, learning, and celebration – each experience tailored for the group’s specific needs and culture. Our primary aim is handling all logistical concerns so each retreat can be worry-free for our guests, allowing them to focus on the spiritual and relational growth of their students, youth workers and parents. In addition, Youthfront offers its spaces as retreat centers for churches and companies conducting their own retreats, as well as for special events.
Program Budget $108,750.00
Category Religion, General/Other Christianity
Population Served General/Unspecified, Adults
Program is linked to organization's mssion Yes
Program Frequently Assessed Yes
Short-Term Success The retreat program will be considered a short-term success if individual groups have fruitful experiences, supported by exceptional customer service, in a safe and attractive environment. 
Long-Term Success The retreat program fosters on-going relationships with area churches and denominational bodies, is financially sustainable, and affords guest groups unique times of worship, learning, and fellowship. 
Program Success Monitored By We monitor success throughout the weekend retreat by observations from staff and a post-event survey and participant feedback, and personal interactions with group leaders.
Examples of Program Success Evidence that retreats are successful include a stable client base of some of KC's most vibrant churches, unsolicited written affirmations from guest groups, high demand for available weekends. We will know the program is successful by increased participation at each annual event and from feedback from participants.
CEO Comments Youthfront continues its tradition of developing innovative youth ministry through its commitment to the development of youth ministry philosophy, theology, and practice. Our mission to bring young people into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ is best accomplished by modeling a passionate life and journey with Jesus; engaging in missional evangelism and discipleship. We believe that in order to facilitate transformational spiritual formation of adolescents, we must teach Christian practices and creatively develop environments where students encounter the presence of God. We are devoted to working strategically with those who are passionately committed to the Christian formation of young people—especially youth pastors, volunteer youth leaders, parents, churches, and denominations. These strategic partnerships are developed through deep relationships, training, content development, providing resources, youth ministry research, and quality programming.
Executive Director/CEO
Executive Director Mr. Mike King
Term Start Aug 2004
Experience Mike serves as President of Youthfront and has served in youth ministry for 44 years. Mike is a frequent speaker nationally at schools, churches, camps, conferences, and conventions. Mike is also the author of three books, the latest entitled Presence-Centered Youth Ministry: Guiding Students into Spiritual Formation (InterVarsity Press) 2006. Mike has traveled to more than forty foreign countries. Mike has led tours, mercy and mission trips to South and Central America, Western and Eastern Europe, Asia, the Caribbean, Africa, Australia, and the UK, including leading more than twenty trips to the Middle East. Mike and his wife, Vicki, live in Kansas City. They have two sons, a daughter, two daughter-in-laws, one son-in-law and eight grandchildren. Mike enjoys family, traveling, reading, theology, writing, blogging, history, music, art, movies, sports, scuba diving and running.
Former CEOs
NameTerm
Mr. Ronnie MetskerJan 1986 - Aug 2004
Mr. Al MetskerJan 1943 - Jan 1986
Senior Staff
Title President/CEO
Experience/Biography Mike serves as President of YouthFront and has recently completed his 33nd year in youth ministry. Mike is a frequent speaker at schools, churches, camps, conferences, and conventions. Mike is also the author of three books, the latest entitled Presence-Centered Youth Ministry: Guiding Students into Spiritual Formation (InterVarsity Press) 2006. Mike has traveled to more than forty foreign countries. Mike has led tours, mercy and mission trips to South and Central America, Western and Eastern Europe, Asia, the Caribbean, Africa, Australia, and the UK, including leading more than twenty trips to the Middle East. Mike and his wife, Vicki, live in Blue Springs, Missouri, a suburb of Kansas City. They have two sons, a daughter, two daughter-in-laws and a granddaughter. Mike enjoys family, traveling, reading, theology, writing, blogging, history, music, art, movies, sports, scuba diving and running.
Title Chief Operations Officer
Experience/Biography Topher Philgreen, Chief Operating Officer. Topher has been on staff for 22 years in many roles. As the COO he oversees all aspects of operating the organization including budgeting, personnel, and project development. He has a BA in Management and Human Relations from MidAmerica Nazarene University. Topher and his wife April have four children.
Title Director, Camp Operations
Experience/Biography Jim Newberry, Director of Camps and Staff Development is in his 27th year in youth ministry with 20+ years as a local church youth pastor and currently in his 7th year at Youthfront. Jim and his wife, Tina, live in Overland Park, KS. They have one adult and two teenage daughters.
Title Director of Resources
Title Director of Development
Staff
Paid Full-Time Staff 33
Paid Part-Time Staff 4
Paid Contractors 30
Volunteers 600
Retention Rate 96%
Formal Evaluations
CEO Formal Evaluation Yes
CEO/Executive Formal Evaluation Frequency Quarterly
Senior Management Formal Evaluation Yes
Senior Management Formal Evaluation Frequency Annually
Non-Management Formal Evaluation Yes
Non-Management Formal Evaluation Frequency Quarterly
Plans & Policies
Organization Has a Fundraising Plan Yes
Organization Has a Strategic Plan Yes
Management Succession Plan Under Development
Organization Policy and Procedures Yes
Nondiscrimination Policy No
Whistleblower Policy Yes
Document Destruction Policy Yes
Affiliations
AffiliationYear
Evangelical Council of Financial Accountability - Member2007
External Assessment and Accreditations
Assessment/AccreditationYear
American Camping Association (ACA) - Accreditation2007
Government Licenses
Is your organization licensed by the government? No
CEO Comments

We are proud of our more than 75 years of ministry, and we're excited to have undertaken a significant strategic plan in the past year with the Paterson Center. We're expanding our ministry in several key areas, including in the Argentine neighborhood of Kansas City, KS.  

In today’s world, it’s not easy for young people to find examples of Christian faith that energize and inspire them to passionately pursue abundant life in Jesus Christ. Youthfront provides a space where young people can explore who God calls them to be in a nurturing environment. Youth who experience Youthfront’s programs find a place where they can build relationships, learn, know they are loved, strengthen their faith, hone their values, and serve their communities. 
Board Chair
Board Chair Mr. Tim Smith
Term Oct 2019 to Oct 2020
Board Co-Chair
Term Sept to Aug
Board Members
NameAffiliation
Dr. Dean BlevinsNazarene Theological Seminary
Mrs. Renee Donoho Hall
Mr. Lou FrancisUnited National Real Estate
Mr. Ed GarlichFederated Insurance
Mr. Mike KingYouthFront, Inc.
Mr. Aaron Mitchum
Mrs. Cheryl ReinhardtZephyr Products
Mr. Tim SmithMuseum of the Bible
Mr. Grant WoodResonate Clinic
Board Demographics - Ethnicity
African American/Black 0
Asian American/Pacific Islander 0
Caucasian 9
Hispanic/Latino 0
Native American/American Indian 0
Board Demographics - Gender
Male 7
Female 2
Unspecified 0
Governance
Board Term Lengths 3
Board Term Limits 0
Board Meeting Attendance % 88%
Written Board Selection Criteria? Yes
Written Conflict of Interest Policy? Yes
Percentage Making Monetary Contributions 88%
Percentage Making In-Kind Contributions 50%
Constituency Includes Client Representation Yes
Number of Full Board Meetings Annually 5
Standing Committees
CEO Comments
Mike King serves as President/CEO of Youthfront. Topher Philgreen serves as COO (Chief Operations Officer) of Youthfront. King and Philgreen serve as part of the Executive Team, which makes all major decisions regarding mission, personnel, finances, and ministry priorities.
 
Over the last few years, Youthfront has experienced significant growth in our day camp program at LaCygne. An exciting challenge for us this year is to make key renovations to our Camp LaCygne location. We're also excited about the momentum in our Argentine programs in KC, KS.
Financials
Fiscal Year Start Sept 01, 2019
Fiscal Year End Aug 31, 2020
Projected Revenue $3,900,000
Projected Expenses $3,800,000
Endowment Value $10,000
Spending Policy Income Only
IRS Letter of Exemption
Foundation Comments
  • FYE 8/31/2017, 2016, 2015: Financial data reported using IRS Form 990. 
  • Foundation/Corporation revenue line item may include contributions from individuals.
Detailed Financials
 
Revenue SourcesHelpThe financial analysis involves a comparison of the IRS Form 990 and the audit report (when available) and revenue sources may not sum to total based on reconciliation differences. Revenue from foundations and corporations may include individual contributions when not itemized separately.
Fiscal Year201820172016
Foundation and
Corporation Contributions
$1,248,417$1,347,726$1,698,983
Government Contributions$0$0$0
Federal------
State------
Local------
Unspecified$0--$0
Individual Contributions------
$0--$0
$2,073,282$1,931,165$1,766,220
Investment Income, Net of Losses$52,546$23,344$1,375,875
Membership Dues$0--$0
Special Events$56,652$48,421$12,053
Revenue In-Kind$267,899$44,558$24,128
Other$278,079$32,399$12,136
Expense Allocation
Fiscal Year201820172016
Program Expense$3,224,632$3,089,728$2,674,834
Administration Expense$321,612$356,941$586,076
Fundraising Expense$200,611$234,569$203,508
Payments to Affiliates------
Total Revenue/Total Expenses1.060.921.41
Program Expense/Total Expenses86%84%77%
Fundraising Expense/Contributed Revenue------
Assets and Liabilities
Fiscal Year201820172016
Total Assets$7,244,097$7,443,960$7,481,047
Current Assets$333,696$944,858$1,199,403
Long-Term Liabilities$828,579$1,060,025$1,118,726
Current Liabilities$242,716$474,188$188,254
Total Net Assets$6,172,802$5,909,747$6,174,067
Short-Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201820172016
Current Ratio: Current Assets/Current Liabilities1.371.996.37
Long-Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201820172016
Long-Term Liabilities/Total Assets11%14%15%
Top Funding Sources
Fiscal Year201820172016
Top Funding Source & Dollar Amount --National Christian Foundation $366,000 --
Second Highest Funding Source & Dollar Amount --Sunderland Foundation $100,000 --
Third Highest Funding Source & Dollar Amount --First Reformed Church $41,000 --
Capital Campaign
Currently in a Capital Campaign? No
Capital Campaign Anticipated in Next 5 Years Yes
Organization Comments Youthfront is a member in good standing with ECFA (Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability), and is annually audited by Keller & Owens. Youthfront’s donors are a huge part of our family. Each of you matter to us and to the young people we are trying to reach. We take the stewardship of the funds you donate seriously and work to use each gift as you, the donor, and God intends it to be used. We believe that the trust you have put in us requires our absolute commitment to be transparent in the handling of our finances. We do not take this responsibility lightly and to that end we have established stringent accounting policies and procedures and undergo annual external audits. We have implemented internal controls that ensure each donation is handled responsibly from the opening of mail and the processing of receipts to the system used to pay our expenses.
Other Documents
Organization Name YouthFront, Inc.
Address 4600 Rainbow Blvd.
Kansas City, KS 66103
Primary Phone (913) 262-3900
Contact Email info@youthfront.com
CEO/Executive Director Mr. Mike King
Board Chair Mr. Tim Smith
Year of Incorporation 1943
Former Names
Kansas City Youth for Christ