YouthFront, Inc.
4715 Rainbow Blvd.
Shawnee Mission KS 66205
Web and Phone Contact
Telephone (913) 262-3900
Mission Statement
To bring youth into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ.
Leadership
CEO/Executive Director Mr. Mike King
Board Chair Steve Davis
Board Chair Company Affiliation Harvesters
History and Background
Year of Incorporation 1943
Former Names
Kansas City Youth for Christ
Financial Summary
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Statements
Mission Statement To bring youth into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ.
Background Statement

We love teenagers. We do. We have dedicated our lives to teenagers and love working with them day in and day out. They have so many temptations, obstacles and influences that offer a way to live which, too often, causes brokenness and despair. Did you know 86% of students today suffer from or, know someone who suffers from mental illness? Or that over 31% say they suffer from extreme stress? Our hearts burn with passion to help teenagers live on a different trajectory. We want to work together to empower them to be leaders in our community. We want them to be excited about their futures and not overwhelmed with the pressures that surround them.  We won’t accept that today’s teens are “lazy” and “disrespectful”. In fact, 88% of teens feel like they have the power to make a difference in the world and want to see change. More importantly, they want to be part of that change.  We believe we have to empower students to reach their potential through unconditional love, mutual respect, compassion and education.

We believe teenagers are leaders. While Youthfront has been best known for its camp locations, now known as Youthfront West and Youthfront LaCygne, the experiences at Camp are catalysts for students to begin their development as community leaders. Through our camp Leadership Development Mentoring programs such as, Teen Staff, Summer Staff and Internship opportunities in the Argentine neighborhood of KCK, we are helping teens narrate a different story. These programs aim to provoke youth into thinking about a better tomorrow. Whether serving in an under-resourced, immigrant neighborhood or, in a well-established, thriving community we attempt to unite all socio-economic statuses in the name of understanding, community, and culture. Our teens are the link that makes this mission possible.

 

We believe teenagers care. Youthfront has received national recognition for its food packaging initiative, Something to Eat.™ This program encourages fundraising and meal provision for the hungry, often igniting passion in today’s youth for social justice. Many teens will rally their neighborhoods, family and friends to participate in a packaging event and this year alone, we are working to package one million meals! 
Impact Statement
This past year:  
  • Youthfront staff has provided 3,026 hours of Coaching, Advising and Counseling Youth.
  • Youthfront staff has provided 1,228 hours of Coaching, Advising and Counseling Parents and Youth Workers.
  • Youthfront staff has provided 2,730 hours of teaching, training and preaching at camp, programs, conferences, seminars, colleges, seminaries and churches.
  • Youthfront’s Something to Eat program has hosted 46 food packing events and packaged over a half million meals, involving more than 2,000 people. Something to Eat meals have been distributed around the world through our strategic partnerships. We are also focusing more and more on domestic food insecurity by working with local food banks and organization working to alleviate hunger in the US.
This year's goals:
  • We have been busting at the seams at Camp West for years, and are so happy to announce that in 2017, we will be offering middle school and kids camp sessions at Camp LaCygne! Our goal is to fill this camp location with 8 sessions of camps. 
  • In addition, Youthfront's Something to Eat has partnered with Pack Shack, another non-profit, to expand our reach to help bring awareness to the hunger issues here in Kansas City. Working together, we are bringing public packing events to area businesses and organizations in the effort to help provide more meals to local food banks. Our goal is to host more than 60 packing parties this year, to increase our food distribution to one million meals! 
  •  We are expanding our high school teen staff program and high school ministry this year and hope to have more than 600 positions for local high school to serve at our various camp locations. 
We feel blessed by the generosity of our donors this year. We wouldn't be able to complete these accomplishments without your support. Thank you for considering Youthfront as a place to give your resources. 
Needs Statement
As every non-profit, we are dependent on monthly donations. We are always looking for donors who are willing to join our Friends of Youthfront and become monthly contributors. This year, monthly contributions and one-time donations will go towards a few of our rapidly growing programs. We have some great needs this year!
 
Camp LaCygne renovations.  We are expanding our Middle School and Kids' Camp to our Camp LaCygne. We need to renovate at least 4 cabins and add some attractions/activities. The overall cost for this is $200,000. We are also looking for people willing to donate time to volunteer and donate gifts in kind to help with the project.  
 
Something to Eat. Our Something to Eat program is growing! Our goal is to host 5 public events, packing 50,000 meals per event. Meals will stay local and help provide awareness of the food insecurity right here in Kansas City. One in five suffer from hunger in the KC Metro area. We need to raise $10,000 per event. We are also looking for volunteers to help us at each event.
 
Teen Staff. Our high school ministry program, Teen Staff, saw rapid growth this past summer. We are filling over 400 positions this upcoming summer and need to raise $20,000 to help offset the cost of this program.
 
For more information, visit www.youthfront.com.
Service Categories
Youth Development-Religious Leadership
Alliances & Advocacy
Youth Development Programs
Areas of Service
International
National
MO - Jackson County
MO - Clay County
MO - Platte County
KS - Wyandotte County
KS - Johnson County
CEO/Executive Director/Board Chair Statement

We started our ministry as a way to connect with teenagers who were getting overlooked in the church. Today, many churches have strong programs for adolescents, teens and young adults. We had to figure out how we could partner with the Church. Our programs have spanned the community. Last year, we:

 

  • provided 3,026 hours of Coaching, Advising and Counseling Youth and provided 1,228 hours of Coaching, Advising and Counseling Parents and Youth Workers.
  • administered 2,730 hours of teaching, training and preaching at camp, programs, conferences, seminars, colleges, seminaries and churches.
  • Youthfront’s Something to Eat program hosted 46 food packing events and packaged over a half million meals, involving more than 2,000 people. Something to Eat meals have been distributed around the world through our strategic partnerships. We are also focusing more and more on domestic food insecurity by working with local food banks and organization working to alleviate hunger in the US.
  • facilitated 1,548 prayer gatherings at our ministry sites, offices, camps, conventions, conferences, retreats, schools, and other special events.
  • deepened the impact of youth ministry and helping shape the future of youth ministry practice, not only in the USA, but also around the world. Youthfront trained 2,620 youth workers this year.
  • completed a four-year, $4.5 million capital campaign at Youthfront Camp West, enabling us to serve hundreds more young people, giving them an opportunity to be transformed by Jesus Christ and equipping them to serve God to make a difference in their world. This project also insures that Youthfront Camp West will have amazing facilities for decades to come.
  • produced, hosted and/or facilitated 267 events this year involving our programs, retreats, training, Something to Eat, ministry outreach and service, etc.
  • partnered with nearly 30 organizations, businesses and ministries. Youthfront also directly serves more than 350 churches.
  • hosted 98 spiritual retreats in this last year.
  • have 23,993 social media connections and views this as a significant part of our ministry plan given the world in which we live in today.
  • provided advanced servant leadership and discipleship training for 605 older high school and college young people this year.
  • worked with 180 high school students who give significant time in servant leadership. and with 105 college students who give significant time in servant leadership.
  • ministered to more than 5,100 young people who participated in Youthfront programs this year. Hundreds of these young people share a testimony that Jesus Christ transformed their lives through the ministry of Youthfront.

 

More important than the statistics are the stories. Here's what some of our students had to say: 
  • "I have spent my past 5 summers at Youthfront and these summers hold some of the most amazing memories of my life. My time spent as a camper and also a teen staffer have taught me so much about myself and also about the Lord. Coming into Teen Staff my freshman year, I was so shy and insecure, but slowly the love and the contagious joy of the community at Youthfront began to form me into a more confident and loving person myself." 
  • "Youthfront is its own little world to me, where I learn how to be a better person wherever I am."  
 
 
Programs
Description Youthfront has facilitated more than 178,000 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 $722,000.00
Category Youth Development, General/Other Youth Development, General/Other
Population Served K-12 (5-19 years), ,
Short-Term Success Short Term success: Our campers will leave camp able to articulate at least two important truths about why Faith is important and have a better understanding of God’s role in their lives and our world.
Long-Term Success Long Term success defined: Our campers will demonstrate that they have developed the 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 for their entire lives.
Program Success Monitored By Success monitored by: Online Surveys, Parent’s meetings, Camper Forums, Student Input/Planning Events, Evaluations, and Interviews.
Examples of Program Success Success examples: This past year we had a sharp increase in the number of e-mails from students who attended our camps. It's not just that they were positive in nature and lavished praise on our programming and staff, rather it is how specific these e-mails were about how we helped them grow closer towards their goals.
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 Journey's. Based in the desperately impoverished village of Croc, Mexico, outside of Monterrey, Youthfront gives 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 new 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 $300,000.00
Category Youth Development, General/Other Youth Development, General/Other
Population Served K-12 (5-19 years), ,
Short-Term Success Our short term success is determined by changed lives. We build 10-15 houses per year as well as repair others. We seek to develop relationships with local churches and are involved with helping with two congregations in the village. We provide the people with clothing, school supplies, food, and counseling and encouragement. 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 in Mexico.
Long-Term Success
Our goals are two-fold. 
  1. We want to see the community of Croc changed, improved for the better. We seek to reverse the effect of poverty by building and repairing houses. We want to give the community hope for a future by sharing God’s love and plan with them and provide training and resources to help them build a better life for their family. 
  2. We want to see the youth and youth leaders from the U.S. who participate in our program changed. We want students to understand 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.
 
 
Program Success Monitored By Although success is hard to monitor, we have seen quite a huge positive change in the community by witnessing many people loving each other and helping each other as we model this through our program. Our enrollment in our after-school program continues to grow as we are able to teach or help them with their own school work if they are in school. We also see many of our churches from the U.S. return every year, adopting this community. Many of the students are more aware of things that need changed in their own communities and are doing something about it.
Examples of Program Success One of the pastors in La Croc said that what we do gives credibility to the Gospel. This is huge if you understand the history of Christianity in rural Mexico. One of the young men who we built a house for, spent half his summer helping us build other houses. He wanted to help others in the same fashion that God had helped him through us.
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, & parents.
Program Budget $104,900.00
Category Religion, General/Other Christianity
Population Served General/Unspecified, Adults,
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 & attractive environment. Short-term success for the Altar retreat specifically, is defined by participants resting over the weekend, engaging in conversation and spending significant time in solitude.
Long-Term Success The retreat program will be considered a long-term success if it fosters on-going relationships with area churches & denominational bodies, is financially sustainable, and affords guest groups unique times of worship, learning, and fellowship. Long-term success for the Altar retreat specifically, is defined by participants learning how to rest, and have contemplative spiritual rhythm in their daily lives.
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.
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 initiative has grown over the past year. This past year, we packed 472,574 meals.  Something to Eat™ is a crisis response, meal packaging program that binds together the privileged and the poor. It is designed as socially interactive, tangible way for youth to respond to relief efforts through responsible, low-cost, nutrient-dense meals.  Last year, we provided meals internationally but also worked to create strong distribution partners here in Kansas City to distribute food to our local food banks in Kansas City metro area. Youthfront hosts a variety of food-packing events, including Pack Friday (held on Black Friday) and Peasants' Day Feast (held on President's Day). In addition to these events, groups host packing events throughout the year to provide meals to those in need.
Program Budget $100,000.00
Category Civil Rights, Social Action & Advocacy, General/Other
Population Served General/Unspecified, Adults,
Short-Term Success This past summer we successfully raised the necessary funds and packaged nearly 60,000 meals. Approximately 75% of the needed funds for our long-term goal has already been pledged or has already been given.
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.

We have of a potential of packaging 250,000 meals locally to send overseas in the next 24 months.
Program Success Monitored By President Mike King and the Executive Leadership Team.
Examples of Program Success This past summer we successfully raised the necessary funds and packaged nearly 60,000 meals. Approximately 75% of the needed funds for our long-term goal has already been pledged or has already been given.
CEO Comments Youthfront shall continue its tradition of developing innovative youth ministry around the world 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 recently completed his 41st 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, one son-in-law and a granddaughter. Mike enjoys family, traveling, reading, theology, writing, blogging, history, music, art, movies, sports, scuba diving and running.
Co-CEO/Executive Director
Term Start
Compensation Last Year
Former CEOs
NameTerm
Mr. Ronnie Metsker Jan 1986 - Aug 2004
Mr. Al Metsker Jan 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
Staff
Paid Full-Time Staff 28
Paid Part-Time Staff 2
Volunteers 600
Paid Contractors 0
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 No
Organization Policy and Procedures Yes
Nondiscrimination Policy No
Whistleblower Policy Yes
Document Destruction Policy Yes
Collaborations
Recently, Youthfront has collaborated with Pack Shack, a 501c3 headquartered in Arkansas, to bring food packing events to corporations and other organizations where a faith neutral experience is needed. 
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

While our projects are making significant progress, we need our giving to increase to further grow our programs. Renovations, new attractions and resources to grow staff are much needed. With an increase in insurance, food and other resources needed to do effective ministry, we are always in needs of a stronger fund base.  

The sad truth is that most ministries have a hard time making it financially. We don’t really like to talk about finances but our lives are connected to money.  Regardless of what is happening here in the states, we still live in one of the most prosperous cultures the world has ever known. Compared to the rest of the world and the annals of history we are living in an environment of affluence the world has rarely experienced. We are working diligently in the area of Development to nurture our donors and increase our current donor base. Last year, we showed a 7 percent increase in our non-revenue contributions. We are anticipating another increase this year. We have created new fundraising opportunities to bring in new donors. 
Board Chair
Board Chair Steve Davis
Company Affiliation Harvesters
Term Sept 2016 to Aug 2018
Email stevedavis.102@gmail.com
Board Members
NameAffiliation
Dr. Dean Blevins Nazarene Theological Seminary
Mr. Steve Davis Harvesters
Mr. Lou Francis United National Real Estate
Mr. Ed Garlich Federated Insurance
Mr. Mike King YouthFront, Inc.
Mrs. Cheryl Reinhardt Zephyr Products
Mr. Tim Smith Museum of the Bible
Mr. Mike Wilhoit Benninghven Elementary Principal at Shawnee Mission School District
Mr. Grant Wood Resonate Clinic
Board Demographics - Ethnicity
African American/Black 0
Asian American/Pacific Islander 0
Caucasian 9
Hispanic/Latino 0
Native American/American Indian 0
Other 0
Board Demographics - Gender
Male 8
Female 1
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, 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 Camp West program. An exciting challenge for us this year is to expand our Camp West ministry to our Camp LaCygne location. With this, comes great renovation and staffing challenges. We are actively looking for additional staff to fill the positions necessary to run a successful program. Further, we are reaching out to funders and volunteers to help offset the costs of renovating camp and adding attractions. 
 
Financials
Fiscal Year Start Sept 01, 2016
Fiscal Year End Aug 31, 2017
Projected Revenue $3,200,000
Projected Expenses $3,200,000
Endowment Value $10,000
Spending Policy Income Only
IRS Letter of Exemption
Foundation Comments
  • FYE 8/31/2014, 2013, 2012:  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 Year201420132012
Foundation and
Corporation Contributions
$895,995$1,463,871$1,707,746
Government Contributions$0$0$0
Federal--$0$0
State--$0$0
Local--$0$0
Unspecified$0$0$0
Individual Contributions--$0$0
$0$0$0
$1,586,456$1,551,729$1,757,350
Investment Income, Net of Losses$2,081,314$38,835$23,787
Membership Dues$0$0$0
Special Events$9,747($35,380)($8,866)
Revenue In-Kind$88,487$55,232$119,658
Other$131,981$215,397$63,543
Expense Allocation
Fiscal Year201420132012
Program Expense$2,359,052$2,220,768$2,562,530
Administration Expense$540,103$603,927$581,009
Fundraising Expense$225,205$264,634$261,044
Payments to Affiliates--$0$0
Total Revenue/Total Expenses1.531.061.08
Program Expense/Total Expenses76%72%75%
Fundraising Expense/Contributed Revenue25%19%15%
Assets and Liabilities
Fiscal Year201420132012
Total Assets$5,987,295$4,599,227$4,042,845
Current Assets$124,050$175,434$146,225
Long-Term Liabilities$810,131$928,362$1,026,327
Current Liabilities$296,158$682,299$325,025
Total Net Assets$4,881,006$2,988,566$2,691,493
Short-Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201420132012
Current Ratio: Current Assets/Current Liabilities0.420.260.45
Long-Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201420132012
Long-Term Liabilities/Total Assets14%20%25%
Top Funding Sources
Fiscal Year201420132012
Top Funding Source & Dollar AmountAnonymous $150,000Anonymous $606,550Anonymous $691,675
Second Highest Funding Source & Dollar AmountAnonymous $24,000Anonymous $39,116Anonymous $46,683
Third Highest Funding Source & Dollar AmountAnonymous $20,000Anonymous $25,000Anonymous $20,340
Capital Campaign
Currently in a Capital Campaign? No
Campaign Purpose Our capital campaign is to fund a renovation project on the current Chapel structure. This will allow us to host more than 200 additional campers each summer. This project will be completed by June of 2015.
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.
Organization Name YouthFront, Inc.
Address 4715 Rainbow Blvd.
Shawnee Mission, KS 66205
Primary Phone (913) 262-3900
Contact Email info@youthfront.com
CEO/Executive Director Mr. Mike King
Board Chair Steve Davis
Board Chair Company Affiliation Harvesters
Year of Incorporation 1943
Former Names
Kansas City Youth for Christ