NBC Community Development Corporation
745 Walker Avenue
Kansas City KS 66101
Web and Phone Contact
Telephone (913) 2811993
Fax 913- 2811448
Mission Statement
Empower our youth for a greater future, cherish our seniors to honor the past, increase quality life in health, education, business, and hope, honoring our God so residents are celebrating life, the community is strengthened, and we foster reconciliation.
Leadership
CEO/Executive Director Mr. Broderick R. Crawford
Board Chair Mr. LaShone Releford
Board Chair Company Affiliation Sprint
History and Background
Year of Incorporation 2002
Volunteer Opportunities
Ways to donate, support, or volunteer Tax deductible contributions can be made via check to NBC Community Development Corporation, P.O. Box, Kansas City, KS 66101 or via our website www.nbccdc.org. Donations of time and/or materials can be coordinated by calling 913-281-1993 or email admin@nbccdc.org
Financial Summary
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Statements
Mission Statement
Empower our youth for a greater future, cherish our seniors to honor the past, increase quality life in health, education, business, and hope, honoring our God so residents are celebrating life, the community is strengthened, and we foster reconciliation.
Background Statement
NBC Community Development Corporation was created in July 16, 2002 as the outreach arm of the New Bethel Church of Wyandotte County, Kansas City, Kansas. The organization was originally called New Bethel Community Outreach Ministry, Inc. though it was not complete and therefore was not active for several years. During that time New Bethel Church continued to provide outreach efforts. In December 7, 2007 the organization was renamed NBC Community Development Corporation and amended articles of incorporation were filed with the state of Kansas.
 
In the 2011 the corporation was moved forward by receiving a separate 501(c)(3) awarded by the US federal government.
Impact Statement
  • 400 Walkers participated in 5th Annual Family 101 5K Walk, promoting health and unity in Wyandotte County. 
  • Continued support of KC Community Health Worker Collaborative including instructors and students & the Kansas CHW Coalition
  • Participated in research and awareness of HIV, Breast Cancer, Prostate Cancer and Colorectal Cancer Screening in the Faith Based community. 
  • Participated in several research CAB's including HPV, antibiotics in children and genetics with CMH.
  • Initiated Every Baby to 1, a 3yr Pilot to address Safe Sleep, Safe Space and Social Support in a Faith Based setting to address Fetal Infant Mortality in Wyandotte County(funded by SMH & CMH).
  • Continued the ongoing process to secure a sustainable plan for indirect cost funding
  • Led in recruitment of A.C.A. sign ups in Wyandotte County,
  • Increased capacity building for Jersey Creek Park & Trail Renovation and Expansion to increase physical activity.
Needs Statement
  1. 3 projectors total cost of $880 - Community and Health Workers Education and Training
  2. 2 laptops Microsoft Surface $300 for Community Health Advocate use
  3. Secure file cabinet for confidential information $395
  4. Funding for operating support
Service Categories
Community & Neighbourhood Development
Community Health Systems
Economic Development
Areas of Service
KS - Wyandotte County
CEO/Executive Director/Board Chair Statement
NBC Community Development Corporation has been a beacon of light in the Wyandotte area. The greatest achievements have been in the area of research, education, interventions and care in the area of health. These are collaborations include researchers at Univ. of Kansas Medical Center, UMKC School of Medicine, St. Luke’s Mid America Heart Institute, Shawnee Mission Health and Children’s Mercy Hospital. Local collaborations with Latino for Health, Healthy Communities Wyandotte, MOCSA, KU Center for Community Health & Development, YMCA, Historic Northeast Midtown Association, KU School of Architecture, KU Dotte Agency, Kansas Leadership Center and Community Health Council of Wyandotte County. Our first experience with Community Based Participatory Research resulted in a medical emergency department education card that allows someone to make an informed decision of treatment for strokes that increase the chance of full recovery by 67%. This education card has now been piloted in over 5 emergency room departments.
  
Our challenges now are to create sustainable funding streams for not only programs but also the operations that support them to continue good work. 75% of the time and effort is volunteered which has been sustained due to the conviction of those who work with the organization. Recently we participated in the launch of the Violence Prevention Program of Wyandotte County, hosted the report of the Wyandotte County Community Health Status Assessment and continued to support the recruitment and enrollment of residents in health insurance. We have also participated in the Community Health Improvement Plan of Wyandotte County with our volunteers staff serving on the Steering Committee and all 4 of the sub committees. We have also continued our effort to support and encourage physical activity by leading walking clubs at Parkwood and Jersey Creek Parks.
 
We also participate with the HEAT CAB as a member to the support team, co-chair the CAB and several volunteer staff are members of the collaborative. 
Programs
Description Community Health Worker Wyandotte is an extension of the organization's commitment to providing advocacy for the underserved, uninsured or underinsured, low income, and minority populations in the elimination of health disparities. This program is scaling by collaboration with the Metropolitan Community College funded by a HRSA grant to educate 400 persons to be Community Health Workers in the next two years.
Category Education, General/Other Adult Education
Population Served Minorities
Short-Term Success Increase in patient participation in the health care system at insured and uninsured levels. Reduction of emergency department use for non-emergent illness. Increase in use of primary care physicians. Increases in health insurance.
Long-Term Success
To disperse Community Health Workers throughout the community to create a trusting relationships between direct/indirect healthcare systems and residents of the KC metro. A system that is navigable and engenders the patients willing participation from among those outside of the system. Moving from post illness to preventative behaviors.
Program Success Monitored By Monitoring changes in insurance enrollment. Use of safety net clinics. Repeat emergency department usage. Greater health care participation by minorities, underserved, and uninsured persons.
Examples of Program Success 4 out 5 persons engaged over a month period time with a Community Health Worker believe they receive better treatment. Physicians and clinicians once apprehensive about Community Health Workers over 2-3 interactions now treat them as part of the health team. Community Health Workers many times foster persons becoming a team member in there own health.
Description
S.N.A.P.B.A.C.K. has provided support and assistance to youth in the area with specific focus at Northwest Middle School. The organization's efforts have received acknowledgements from youth, parents, faculty, and school district officials. To further partner with the educational system in Wyandotte County our organization has observed the need for after school programs with targeted areas for youth maturation and development. We are proposing to make this time focused on “soft skills” to compliment the academic training. 
  
Snapback’s mission is to promote behavioral emotional and social growth in youth by providing knowledge through the introduction of the latest psychological, research studies and finding.
  
Learning social & emotional skills is a missing piece of education. The evidence continues to mount that developing social and emotional intelligence transforms the lives of young youth.
Category Education, General/Other Afterschool Enrichment
Population Served Adolescents Only (13-19 years)
Short-Term Success
Youth will demonstrate personal decision-making skills. They will know how to identify alternative actions and their consequences. They will develop empathy: the ability to understand other people’s nonverbal and verbal emotional messages. These youth will be able to identify relationship components creating quality relationships and not participating in unwholesome interactions.
Long-Term Success
Help disadvantaged youth and prepare them to deal with social challenges that allow them to break the cycle of poverty, unhealthy behaviors, and increase the use of life skills to increase life span and quality of life for their future.
Program Success Monitored By The programs success is monitored by level of participation of the students. Beginning and ending grades. Teacher feedback. Mechanisms for following students into higher-grade levels will help determine long-term results.
Examples of Program Success
Many times these students do not have exposure to new experiences, often provided to those in other neighborhoods, experiences that are important to their learning and understanding alternative options for their lives.
  
In this case, the school district informed us that there was no more money available to fund our robotics program for the students. However, because of gifts provided from CFC, we were still able to offer the robotics program through the after school program to the students.
  
Robotics is now a part of the science program at the school. The best part is that we even had one of our students in the after school program place in the top 5 at the state robotics competition.
Description Program developed by the YMCA to access and identify community members at risk for Diabetes.  Members complete an application to determine eligibility.  Once eligibility is determined participants commit to a year long program consisting of weekly, bi- monthly and monthly sessions. Date, time and location are agreed upon by the group.
Category Health Care, General/Other Health Care, General/Other
Population Served Families
Program is linked to organization's mssion Yes
Program Frequently Assessed Yes
Short-Term Success Multiple participants have lost weight and report improved quality of life.  Better nutrition, more exercise and coping techniques for stress have been accomplished through the DPP program.
Long-Term Success The long term goal in ti improve the health of families, neighborhoods and communities within Wyandotte County.  The Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP) identifies individuals at risk for Diabetes and develops strategies to sustain and more healthy lifestyle.
Program Success Monitored By The DPP is coordinated through the YMCA. Established guidelines and measurements have been created and monitored throughout the program. Participants weigh in at each session. Weight loss information is recorded and tabulated for both individuals and the group.
Examples of Program Success  100% of the participants have experienced weight loss. Several have achieved weight loss greater than 7% and maintained lifestyles that allow the loss to be sustained.
Description Health, Equity, Action Transformation Community Action Board.  Created to address redlining, systemic racism and policies created to separate residents and communities from the opportunities to progress, live sustainable healthy lives, have access to basis needs and amenities and involvement of youth in the decision making process. This CAB is successful due to over 20 community organizations agreeing to collaborate in a meaningful way.
Category Community Development, General/Other Community Development, General/Other
Population Served Minorities
Program is linked to organization's mssion Yes
Program Frequently Assessed Yes
Short-Term Success Community collaboration and attendance at professional development and leadership training at the Kansas Leadership Center.
Long-Term Success Identification of community barriers and methods to overcome them.
Program Success Monitored By Regular evaluation by support team. collective impact training led by Design Impact of Cincinnati.
Examples of Program Success Development of projects identified by community members necessary to improve the overall health and the willingness of residents and community organizations to collaborate and achieve desired goals and objectives.
Executive Director/CEO
Executive Director Mr. Broderick R. Crawford
Term Start Apr 2016
Former CEOs
NameTerm
Vonzel SawyerJan 2015 - Mar 2016
Staff
Paid Full-Time Staff 1
Paid Contractors 0
Volunteers 30
Retention Rate 98%
Staff Diversity (Gender)
Female 5
Male 2
Plans & Policies
Organization Has a Fundraising Plan Under Development
Organization Has a Strategic Plan Yes
Management Succession Plan Under Development
Organization Policy and Procedures Yes
Nondiscrimination Policy Yes
Whistleblower Policy Yes
Collaborations
Collaborations with Univ. of Kansas Medical, UMKC, St. Luke’s, and Children’s Mercy. Local collaborations with Latino for Health, Healthy Communities Wyandotte, HNMA, KU Center for Community Health and Development and Community Health Council of Wyandotte
CEO Comments Wyandotte County currently has several challenges in areas of health, economics, civic pride, and social fatigue. It has a population of 25% African Americans and 29% Latinos. This requires addressing cultural competencies by serving institutions to include these minority populations in the social system of Wyandotte County. In reference to health insurance, Wyandotte County has only 6 percent of the area’s insured population; it has more than double the percentage of Medicaid and the uninsured — 14 percent and 15 percent respectively. In Wyandotte, life expectancy for blacks is three to six years lower than whites. The 2009 county teen pregnancy rate varies from a low of 19.8 teen births per 1,000 female teens (ages 15–19) to a high of 84.6 teen births. Overall, Wyandotte County ranks last of all counties in Kansas for health outcomes. The greatest challenge to the organization is continuing to build collaborations with government, churches, businesses, community organizations, hospitals, clinics, and foundations to foster a healthy cultural through education, language use,  high awareness, and creation of targeted marketing to each generation. Increasing physical activity and creating civic pride in Wyandotte creates a healthy place to live and allows residents to participate in a healthier life.
Board Chair
Board Chair Mr. LaShone Releford
Company Affiliation Sprint
Term Apr 2016 to Mar 2020
Email lashone.releford@nbccdc.org
Board Co-Chair
Board Co-Chair Dr. Carnest Mitchell PhD
Company Affiliation KCK Public Schools
Term Apr 2015 to Mar 2018
Email carnest.mitchell@kckps.org
Board Members
NameAffiliation
Paster A. Glenn BradyNew Bethel Church
Mr. Blaine ClarkSprint
Mrs. Nadine MitchellInfant Toddlers of Johnson County
Dr. Carnest MitchellNorthwest Middle School
Mr. Tommy NunnNew Bethel Church
Mr. LaShone Releford
Board Demographics - Ethnicity
African American/Black 6
Asian American/Pacific Islander 0
Caucasian 0
Hispanic/Latino 0
Native American/American Indian 0
Board Demographics - Gender
Male 5
Female 1
Unspecified 0
Governance
Board Term Lengths 4
Board Term Limits 0
Board Meeting Attendance % 95%
Written Board Selection Criteria? Yes
Written Conflict of Interest Policy? Yes
Percentage Making In-Kind Contributions 6%
Number of Full Board Meetings Annually 4
Financials
Fiscal Year Start Jan 01, 2019
Fiscal Year End Dec 31, 2019
Projected Revenue $90,000
Projected Expenses $90,000
Form 990s
Foundation Comments
  • FY 2017, 2016, 2015: Financial data reported using IRS Form 990.
  • Foundation/corporate revenue line item may include contributions from individuals.
Detailed Financials
 
Expense Allocation
Fiscal Year201720162015
Program Expense$57,952$30,900$21,952
Administration Expense$2,437$0$1,588
Fundraising Expense$346$268$0
Payments to Affiliates----$0
Total Revenue/Total Expenses1.531.261.17
Program Expense/Total Expenses95%99%93%
Fundraising Expense/Contributed Revenue------
Assets and Liabilities
Fiscal Year201720162015
Total Assets$46,978$14,581$8,659
Current Assets$46,978$14,581$8,659
Long-Term Liabilities$0$0$2,035
Current Liabilities$0$0$0
Total Net Assets$46,978$14,581$6,624
Short-Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201720162015
Current Ratio: Current Assets/Current Liabilities------
Long-Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201720162015
Long-Term Liabilities/Total Assets0%0%24%
Top Funding Sources
Fiscal Year201720162015
Top Funding Source & Dollar Amount -- -- --
Second Highest Funding Source & Dollar Amount -- -- --
Third Highest Funding Source & Dollar Amount -- -- --
Capital Campaign
Currently in a Capital Campaign? No
Other Documents
Organization Name NBC Community Development Corporation
Address 745 Walker Avenue
Kansas City, KS 66101
Primary Phone (913) 2811993
Contact Email admin@nbccdc.org
CEO/Executive Director Mr. Broderick R. Crawford
Board Chair Mr. LaShone Releford
Board Chair Company Affiliation Sprint
Year of Incorporation 2002