Fellowship of Christian Athletes
Metro City FCA
8701 Leeds Road
Kansas City MO 64129
Web and Phone Contact
Telephone (816) 590-5080
Mission Statement
To present to athletes and coaches and all whom they influence, the challenge and adventure of receiving Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord, and serving Him in their relationships and the fellowship of the church.
Leadership
CEO/Executive Director Mr. Marcellus Casey
Board Chair Mr. Bill Chapin
Board Chair Company Affiliation Kansas City Chiefs
History and Background
Year of Incorporation 1954
Financial Summary
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Statements
Mission Statement To present to athletes and coaches and all whom they influence, the challenge and adventure of receiving Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord, and serving Him in their relationships and the fellowship of the church.
Background Statement The Fellowship of Christian Athletes is touching millions of lives... one heart at a time. The world headquarters of FCA was established in 1954 in the State of Oklahoma. It moved to Kansas City in 1956, the year the first FCA camp was conducted. The first Kansas City office was located downtown at the Trader's National Bank Building. Then, in 1979, a 25,000 square foot building was constructed just north of the Truman Sports Complex. In 2002, the building was renovated and doubled in size. Since 1954, the Fellowship of Christian Athletes has been challenging coaches and athletes on the professional, college, high school, junior high and youth levels to use the powerful medium of athletics to impact the world for Jesus Christ. FCA is the largest interdenominational, school-based, Christian sports organization in America. FCA focuses on serving local communities by equipping, empowering and encouraging people to make a difference for Christ.
Impact Statement
To see the world impacted for Jesus Christ through the influence of athletes and coaches.
  1. Young lives change in positive direction.
  2. Youth learn the values of integrity, teamwork, service, excellence and
  3. Develop mentor and coaching relationships. Providing positive role models for youth.
  4. Assist youth in making the right choices by providing professional speakers to address students in all school assemblies.
 
Top accomplishments are: 
  1. Implementing a more specific Ministry by organizing into the 4C's of FCA Ministry (Coaches, Campus, Camps, Community).
  2. Launching a specific Coaches Ministry program. By using the Legacy Builders Coaches Studies, we can directly impact the coaches, who are the most influential figures in young people's lives today. A coach will impact more people in one year than most will do in a lifetime.
  3. Adding additional Coaching Clinics for basketball and track.
 
Goals for the next year: 
  1. Becoming more volunteer intensive by designing, maintaining and growing our volunteer database.
  2. Growing the funding of Metro Kansas City FCA.
  3. Adding staff where called to grow the depth and the width of the Ministry.
  4. Communicate to the community who we are and where we are heading as a ministry.
Needs Statement
  1. Funding to allow us to continue and expand existing programs such as our coaches, campus, camp, and community ministry.
  2. Funding to allow us to add staff to help with ministry to the Metro Kansas City area. 
  3. Committed volunteers - strong in the faith - and willing to help.
  4. Parents, churches and local businesses to come along side area Huddles and provide encouragement and support to the Huddle coaches and students. 
  5. Prayer - for our staff, coaches and students.
Service Categories
Youth Development-Religious Leadership
Substance Abuse Prevention
Youth Development NEC
Areas of Service
National
MO
KS
MO - Jackson County
MO - Clay County
MO - Platte County
KS - Wyandotte County
KS - Johnson County
MO - Jackson County Urban Core
KS - Wyandotte County Urban Core
CEO/Executive Director/Board Chair Statement George and Beverly's grandson is a Truman High School student. When the grandchildren came home excited, George wanted to become involved. He started with golf camp and the One Way 2 Play - Drug Free! program. This organization reaches out to students and coaches and trains them to become leaders. There is always a need for more staff. FCA celebrated its 53 year anniversary in April 2007. It has been in Kansas City since 1956. Kansas City is fortunate to have the national office located here. Both the local and national offices are in the same building. Camp scholarships for inner city kids is a financial program need this year. FCA has a faith based mission, and would like to see finances available to these inner city kids. Challenge: The biggest challenge is to take advantage of the needs that are present. The needs are so great and coming up with innovative programs, staff and funding for these needs are critical. How being addressed? FCA's uniqueness is that the programs work. The programs help our youth in many ways. For example, the ongoing Huddle groups that are on the junior high and high school campuses as well as community centers with after-school programs, provide a place for athletes to go for guidance and leadership and establish a positive peer group. These peer groups are positive role models that provide the youth with friends that help them do the right thing and stay out of trouble. The second thing FCA encourages is for the students to plug into their local church which gives them another base in their own community. Their community then can also watch out for them when they are not in school. The third influence on a youth's life are through many FCA events, such as One Way 2 Play - Drug Free! (OW2P), bringing in former professional athletes that many youth consider role models. They share about their personal challenges in life and how they were overcome. They also provide an opportunity for youth to hear/see a positive model. These events provide inspiration and motivation for youth. Also, the camps that FCA provides (since 1956) are tremendous. We call them a week of "inspiration with perspiration." Thousands of young lives have been changed for the good as a result of those camps. We know, as our grandson is one of them.
Programs
Description Campus Ministy is accomlished in Metro Kansas City through Huddles, Team Bible Studies, and Chaplaincy programs. The FCA Huddle grew out of a desire to continue the FCA Camping experience during the school year. The school identified groups are student initiated and student led. The Huddle is a place where athletes and coaches grow spiritually, but also share common concerns and provide a place for fellowship. Coaches act as role models and spokespersons to reach the world influenced by athletics. Every week, more than 9,000 students are involved in our programs in the 60 mile area around the heart of Kansas City. FCA Huddles meet in junior and senior high schools, colleges and universities. Attendees include not just athletes, but countless numbers of students from the entire campus. they all share a hunger to know God better, and to live for Him. Through these students, FCA is literally reaching beyond the athletic community to impact entire schools, and whole communities.
Category Religion, General/Other Christianity
Population Served Adolescents Only (13-19 years), General/Unspecified,
Short-Term Success The quality of the Huddle is a key factor that each of our area representatives continually monitor. That includes using the excellent resource materials we provide, getting out and visiting with coaches, etc and getting reports back about the Huddle progress. Our supervisor of staff requires a monthly report from all field representatives seeking information such as school visits, phone calls, emails etc as to their means of contact. We are constantly asking how we may improve our lines of communication and how we may serve the student Huddle leaders, their faculty sponsors and students involved in a better way. We log in pictures, stories, and successful events and yearly, we produce what we call "Wonderful and Enlightening Stories" about how the FCA ministry impacts the lives of many sharing success stories that truly is God honoring.
Long-Term Success We constantly look at the numbers of officially sanctioned Huddle or Campus groups. Prior to the beginning of each school year, established Campus groups can now be certified for free.  They are provided with all of the online resources FCA offers to help with training, meetings, etc. We have been pleased that we have shown steady growth since we first began our Huddle program over 35 years ago. We also poll our school Huddle sponsors regarding attendance. Again, there has been a steady growth of numbers which now exceed over 10,000 students actively involved on a weekly basis in the Greater KC area. In a Huddle, people gather for a time of prayer and inspiration. They learn practical ways to apply their faith to their lives in school, at work and at home. We know, by our growing alumni, that FCA has made a long-term, lasting impact.
Program Success Monitored By We have weekly staff meetings - Monday at 10 a.m. at our office. We have coaches surveys and student surveys. Our staff makes monthly visits to the schools we service in the 60 mile area surrounding the heart of Kansas City. Our Area Representatives report to the Area Director. This includes information regarding personal school visits, phone calls, emails and attending games, etc. We want our student/leaders and their FCA sponsors to know that we sincerely care about them, their work utilizing outstanding materials that are made available and how follow up is being made to insure quality programs. We have an IMPACT REPORT that is published throughout America to FCA staff where we monitor and register activities that is approved and noted by our regional and national leaders.
Examples of Program Success Our surveys with coaches and youth both indicate that FCA is making a big impact on the people we deal with. More than 1,000 youth from the Greater KC area attended one of our summer camps the past two summers. Our Leadership Training in this area also is a way we are able to gauge how so many youth--male and female--are truly desiring to be leaders in their schools. Hundreds of kids are trained each year and the impact on the schools has become very positive. We welcome visitors to our office at any time during normal hours.
Description Provide outstanding training opportunities with excellent resource materials utilizing the FCA Training Center at the world headquarters building, involving youth from the urban, suburban and rural schools in the 60 mile radius around the heart of KC. We also have leadership training and seminars for our coaches as we present materials that are relevant to today's youth and how they may effectively steer them in a way that will be God-honoring. FCA also provides leadership training to the Board of Directors through seminars and email communications.
Category Youth Development, General/Other Youth Development, General/Other
Population Served Adolescents Only (13-19 years), General/Unspecified,
Short-Term Success Our Huddle Sponsors as well as our Student Huddle leaders inform us at least once a month as to their progress, any particular needs, problems through school visitations, emails and or phone calls. Staff endeavor to visit schools at least once a month--but more often when possible. Staff know the "planning periods" or "off hours" of the school faculty members so they can have some quality time with the coaches/sponsors. They also make plans to meet student leaders at their games, practices, etc to keep in touch. Developing good leaders--not only for the present but also for the future--is a real key to the success of FCA. Together, the young people we serve are the vanguard of a generation that is coming to adulthood committed to playing clean, living with integrity and looking to God for the riches that money can't buy.
Long-Term Success We are told that 93% of the CEOs of Fortune 500 companies played sports in school. As we talk to business leaders in the area, we discover more and more had some type of FCA activity while growing up. Some attended one of our successful Camps while others were a part of their school identified school Huddles--which often meant an opportunity for them to get exposed to Christianity. Leaders in the corporate world, education, politics, ministry need to be strong in their personal faith--who are willing to stand for what is right - what is ethical--and what is morally right. We feel that the future of America rests in the hands of our young people today who will become the leaders of tomorrow. We seek to see changes in behavior of all students in regards to their behavior as family members, their attitudes towards important issues of life, their mental and physical condition, their knowledge developed from our leadership camps and how they can bring positive change.
Program Success Monitored By It has been calculated that 93% of the Fortune 500 CEOs played sports. We see it locally as well as nationally - top leaders in all walks of life - corporate, clergy, nonprofit sector and more often are led by someone who was involved in sports on a youth, middle or high school and even collegiate level.
Examples of Program Success We know that countless numbers of youth who have been active in FCA when growing up and are now leaders in our city. This is verified so often when our staff speaks at various civic groups or people are honored and show FCA as a part of their personal resume. We are asked to equip students to be leaders in their schools, churches and organizations they serve utilizing volumes of materials that we have at our disposal. We are blessed to have top executives from our National FCA staff who participate with us in training young leaders at our FCA national training center. They also assist us in providing leadership training at our leadership Camp.
Description Our Booster Clubs are made up of coaches, teachers and school administrators, pastors, people from the business community, moms, dads, and others who come together around the common bond of Jesus Christ. They encourage student/athletes and coaches to get involved in FCA ministry on their campus and summer FCA camps which are a week of intense athletic instruction. Our community ministry is designed to minister to communities of coaches and athletes united by a sport outside the traditional school settings, such as club, league and church sports. FCA has established sport-specific ministries in golf, lacrosse, baseball, motocross, fitness and endurance sports. These numbers are growing.  There are also FCA Adult Chapters that meet in a community for Bible study and fellowship.
Category Religion, General/Other Christianity
Population Served Adults, ,
Short-Term Success We see more and more men and women who are excited about the work of FCA and are asking how they might become involved. We receive many phone calls and emails from people who are familiar with our work seeking information as to how they might become involved. Our donor list continues to expand as we have exposed the ministry to many others who were not previously involved through special events such as golf tournaments, banquets, adult Bible studies, and more. We seek volunteers to help us putting on various events, which enables us to put on quality programs and keep the costs down resulting in more funds for the ministry. Through phone calls, personal visits and more, adults ask "how can we get our kids or grandkids involved in FCA." We follow up with suggestions and realize that people are seeking alternatives for the lifestyles that so many of the youth seem to be involved in.
Long-Term Success The purpose of an FCA Adult Chapter is: to provide adult fellowship and spiritual growth while implementing FCA's purpose and programs in a defined geographic location. The purpose of a FCA Booster Club is to provide opportunities for adults in the community to get involved with FCA ministry on the campuses.  They come along side the coaches and athletes to encourage them and support them.  We keep running totals of our revenues as well as expenses for all of our areas we serve. Having good financial pictures being accountable to our board and senior management is vital to the work that we do. We have been blessed to have been able to provide a good financial picture through the years our Greater Kansas City office has been in operation. Our lists of volunteers, donors, and sponsors continue to grow and we are pleased to have so many who are truly wanting to make FCA a part of their lives. This includes adult groups that meet on a weekly basis and how their personal spiritual growth has come alive as a result of their involvement in FCA. Another way we know we are doing the right thing is the number of calls we receive weekly to provide speakers at events, schools, churches, etc.
Program Success Monitored By We are provided with statistics from our national office which indicate the numbers for each section of the areas we serve. This includes numbers of official Huddles, Adult Chapters, donations made, number of donors and more. These statistics are provided on a monthly basis and yearly basis. Our Regional Director monitors our numbers as well as other regions in our area.
Examples of Program Success Our Adult Chapters are very viable and well attended. There are four that are exclusive male and one female who meet weekly. The total attendance is over 300 people. They serve as volunteers for various FCA events including banquets, golf tournaments, sports events such as at Arrowhead Stadium and more. There are eight FCA Booster Clubs currently involved with various FCA campus ministry in the Metro Kansas City area.  We keep getting calls from schools, churches, service groups and more asking us to provide speakers at their various events. We try to accommodate all which includes baccalaureate services. We even provide a "Speakers Bureau" list which highlights many who have agreed to follow guidelines we set to qualify as a spokesperson for FCA. We are happy to provide profiles for excellent speakers who will deliver a good message on practically any subject. Most ask to speak about what we do, how we do it and how we are bringing positive change to our communities we serve.
Description At FCA camp, campers receive intense athletic instruction and competition; inspirational speakers; small-group time; life-long friendships; help for participants to reach their potential by offering comprehensive athletic, spiritual and leadership training. 
Program Budget $55,000.00
Category Youth Development, General/Other Youth Development, General/Other
Population Served K-12 (5-19 years), Adults,
Short-Term Success Young people and coaches who have attended our Camps through the years have increased steadily. Our Metro KC office conducted five of our own Camps. This includes the following: Golf Camp, two Power Camps, two Partnership Camps and we send kids and coaches to many more Camps throughout America. We ask each Camper to fill out a "Camper Comments" Card asking several questions, having Campers rate each aspect of the camp from housing, food, speaker, music, training, sports, etc. Sports Camps are sport-specific and multi-sport formats. Team Camps where coaches enroll their teams as a unit to build unity and evaluate talent, Power Camps for kids ages 8-12. Leadership Camps train campus leaders to use FCA's organizational, motivational and spiritual tools. Partnership Camps are where we provide an FCA camp experience to interested church and sports organizations.
Long-Term Success The long-term success of FCA in camping has been phenomenal through our 55 years of conducting quality Camps. From that first Camp back in 1956, attended by some of America's greatest athletes and coaches, FCA has expanded its Camping program since then. The numbers speak for themselves. Today, FCA conducts hundreds of sports camps nationwide every year. We call these life-changing experiences--with young people getting in touch with the spiritual aspects of their lives, making new and long-lasting friends, helping kids to make right decisions which include signing a pledge to stay off of drugs, alcohol and tobacco--and keeping those values, pledges and foundation that they have made. Changes in lives is what FCA is all about--respecting one's religious background and rights.
Program Success Monitored By It doesn't take long for us to know if something is not working. Each morning, the entire leadership team meets at the Camp and reviews the day before and also activities of the day. If there are concerns, complaints and anything else, we are the first to know about it. Our Staff is very vigilant as to what is going on. We are adamant about having the right amount of security for our campers--throughout the day and night. We take all precautions regarding medical needs as well having a trainer on board at all times. We ask every camper to fill out a form that is pretty extensive which documents how they rated the Camp. This includes housing, food, training, sports activities, their leadership, workshops and more.
Examples of Program Success We have Camper Comments documents for Camp. Here is what we know: Kids have unbelievable Fun. They receive outstanding sports training They hear awesome speakers. The develop incredible friendships. They experience life changes. Many make the written commitment to stay off drugs, alcohol and tobacco. We also talk about sexual purity and how they should relate to parents and peers in a very positive way. We receive countless numbers of phone calls and notes from parents thanking us for the valuable and positive experience their children had at one of our Camps.
CEO Comments FCA has the goal to create a Huddle in every high school and college within a 60 mile radius. This may be the only time FCA can minister to some of these kids. Volunteers are amazing people which includes coaches - both male and female - who give of themselves to this organization in tremendous ways. Our current huddles are guided by these volunteer coaches. Often, we hear students talk about the influence of FCA on their lives and when they get older, return as adults and talk about FCA's influence on their life as a teen and how they have been able to carry over the principles learned in their every day lives. A new project established in FCA is called "Fields of Faith." Thousands of young people gather each year on October 11 at area school campuses. Students share their faith and encouraged others to study the Word of God and to commit their lives to serving others and glorifying God. These events are held on football fields and in school gymnasiums. Youth groups, church groups and more are invited to come and to bring friends who perhaps were searching for the true meaning of life and the possibilities thereof. We have been so pleased with our Sports Blitz project. Since 1997, more than 200,000 area students have heard outstanding FCA speakers in high schools, middle schools, universities, alternative schools, public - private - parochial schools and even detention centers. The professional speakers talk about "Making the Right Choices." A total of more than 70,000 students signed a written pledge to stay off of drugs, alcohol and tobacco. Speakers talk about staying sexually pure until marriage as well. Research shows that 95% of the people in the world are affected by sports in one way or another. FCA is positioned perfectly to reach a lot of people in a very positive way.
Executive Director/CEO
Executive Director Mr. Marcellus Casey
Term Start Aug 2011
Experience
On August 1, 2011, Marcellus Casey became the Multi-Area Director for the Metro Kansas City FCA office. He grew up in the FCA ministry since his dad, Carey Casey, was on staff with the FCA National Support Center.

Marcellus attended Lee's Summit High School where he played football and was the FCA huddle president for 2 years on that campus.  After graduation he attended and played football at Northwest Missouri State University.  There he was elected by his peers to be the FCA huddle president for 3 years on that campus.  For the 2003 and 2004 seasons, he became the football team's chaplain.
 
In 2005 he became the full-time FCA campus representative at the University of Illinois and the chaplain with the football program.  He became the campus chaplain and directly ministered to the wrestling, baseball, basketball and football teams.  In 2009 he became the Eastern Illinois FCA Area Director overseeing their coaches, campus, camps and community ministries.  He has also been engaged with FCA at a national level by serving on the Campus/Camp Task Force, The FCA National College Conference Team, and being one of the trainers at chaplains conferences.
 
Marcellus is married to his high school sweetheart, Stephanie, and they have 2 daughters.
Co-CEO/Executive Director
Term Start 0
Compensation Last Year
Former CEOs
NameTerm
Mr. Mark Gassman Sept 2008 - Dec 2010
Mr. John H. Shore Jan 1999 - Dec 2007
Senior Staff
Title Assistant Director
Title Johnson Country Director
Title Center City Director
Title Northland Director
Staff
Paid Full-Time Staff 5
Paid Part-Time Staff 1
Volunteers 800
Paid Contractors 0
Retention Rate 100%
Formal Evaluations
CEO Formal Evaluation Yes
CEO/Executive Formal Evaluation Frequency Annually
Senior Management Formal Evaluation Yes
Senior Management Formal Evaluation Frequency Annually
Non-Management Formal Evaluation Yes
Non-Management Formal Evaluation Frequency Annually
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
We have worked with COMBAT, ICANWAIT, Athletes in Action, Greater KC Sports Commission, Boys and Girls Clubs, Move Up, PAL Leagues, Salvation Army, Milestone Youth Center, Don Bosco, C.R. Anderson Alternative School, Fairview Alternative School, Sports World, the Kansas City Chiefs, local churches and others with various projects.
Affiliations
AffiliationYear
Evangelical Council of Financial Accountability - Member1983
Government Licenses
Is your organization licensed by the government? No
CEO Comments The Metro Kansas City office of FCA is one of over 400 FCA offices located throughout America. All budgets and expenditures are carefully scrutinized by the national accounting department. We have a Multi Area Director that oversees FCA activities in the Metro Kansas City area.  We have two Area Representatives and an Administrative Assistant on staff.  There are four full-time staff persons in the Metro Kansas City FCA office. Yearly audits are performed on a local and national basis. Members of the local Metro Kansas City FCA Leadership Board oversee the financials as well as program areas.
Board Chair
Board Chair Mr. Bill Chapin
Company Affiliation Kansas City Chiefs
Term July 2014 to June 2018
Board Members
NameAffiliation
Mr. Joe Balentine CrossFirst Bank
Mrs. Melody Balentine Retired (Bank 10)
Mr. Bill Chapin Kansas City Chiefs
Mr. Dave Francis Route 66 RV Network
Mrs. Susie Gurley
Mr. Scott Harrison Kessinger-Hunter Real Estate
Mr. Brian Holman Ronald Blue & Co.
Mr. Jon Matthews Cadre Financial Group
Mrs. Karen Mendrala Lab Market Specialists
Mr. Keith Province ISG Marketing, Inc.
Board Demographics - Ethnicity
African American/Black 0
Asian American/Pacific Islander 0
Caucasian 10
Hispanic/Latino 0
Native American/American Indian 0
Other 0
Board Demographics - Gender
Male 8
Female 2
Unspecified 0
Governance
Board Term Lengths 3
Board Term Limits 3
Board Meeting Attendance % 80%
Written Board Selection Criteria? No
Written Conflict of Interest Policy? No
Percentage Making Monetary Contributions 100%
Percentage Making In-Kind Contributions 0%
Constituency Includes Client Representation No
Number of Full Board Meetings Annually 12
Standing Committees
Executive
Staff Development
CEO Comments The Metro Kansas City office of FCA is one of over 400 FCA offices located throughout America. All budgets and expenditures are carefully scrutinized by the national accounting department. We have a Multi Area Director that oversees FCA activities in the Metro Kansas City area in Missouri and Kansas.  We have two Area Representatives that cover the Metro Kansas City area and an Administrative Assistant.  Yearly audits are performed on a local and national basis. Members of the local Metro Kansas City Leadership Board oversee the financials as well as program areas.
Financials
Fiscal Year Start Sept 01, 2017
Fiscal Year End Aug 31, 2018
Projected Revenue $537,060
Projected Expenses $478,664
Form 990s
2016 FCA 990
2015 FCA 990
2014 FCA 990
2013 FCA 990
2012 FCA 990
2011 FCA 990
2010 FCA 990
2009 FCA 990
2008 FCA 990
2007 FCA 990
2006 FCA 990
Audit Documents
IRS Letter of Exemption
Foundation Comments
  • FYE 8/31/2016, 2015, 2014: Financial data reported using the IRS Form 990.  
  • Foundation/corporate 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 Year201620152014
Foundation and
Corporation Contributions
$80,378,948$69,699,669$63,465,224
Government Contributions$57,621$84,381$73,627
Federal------
State------
Local------
Unspecified$57,621$84,381$73,627
Individual Contributions------
$124,295$97,176$135,130
$15,596,749$16,510,035$14,454,209
Investment Income, Net of Losses$736,319$489,784$933,090
Membership Dues$0$0$0
Special Events$12,370,136$13,922,016$12,516,836
Revenue In-Kind$1,141,272$930,463$884,908
Other$68,587$112,408$73,717
Expense Allocation
Fiscal Year201620152014
Program Expense$87,094,540$81,166,231$73,379,912
Administration Expense$11,077,057$10,023,731$9,208,990
Fundraising Expense$6,654,507$6,148,343$5,656,951
Payments to Affiliates------
Total Revenue/Total Expenses1.051.051.05
Program Expense/Total Expenses83%83%83%
Fundraising Expense/Contributed Revenue7%7%7%
Assets and Liabilities
Fiscal Year201620152014
Total Assets$64,475,819$58,072,004$55,346,486
Current Assets$30,218,480$23,723,306$30,296,832
Long-Term Liabilities$0$17,380$52,758
Current Liabilities$3,353,859$3,020,965$3,435,739
Total Net Assets$61,121,960$55,033,659$51,857,989
Short-Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201620152014
Current Ratio: Current Assets/Current Liabilities9.017.858.82
Long-Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201620152014
Long-Term Liabilities/Total Assets0%0%0%
Top Funding Sources
Fiscal Year201620152014
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
Capital Campaign Anticipated in Next 5 Years No
Organization Comments We continue to carefully watch expenses making sure not to exceed projections. While many non-profits experienced a downturn in donations for the past few years, we found that people are committed to giving to charities involving youth - who represent the future of America. FCA, with its 57 years of history that stands for integrity, service, teamwork and excellence continues to warrant consideration by many individuals, corporations, churches, civic clubs and foundations. For this, we are most grateful. FCA is a member in good standing with the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability.
Organization Name Fellowship of Christian Athletes
Address Metro City FCA
8701 Leeds Road
Kansas City, MO 64129
Primary Phone (816) 590-5080
Contact Email alexcampbell@fca.org
CEO/Executive Director Mr. Marcellus Casey
Board Chair Mr. Bill Chapin
Board Chair Company Affiliation Kansas City Chiefs
Year of Incorporation 1954