Cornerstones of Care
300 East 36th Street
Kansas City MO 64111
Web and Phone Contact
Telephone (816) 508-1700
Fax 816- 508-1750
Mission Statement
Our mission is the core of what we do. It honors our history, reflects our day-to-day and focuses on the future. It leads us in designing and delivering programs that improve the lives of 10,000 children and families. Our mission is simple and yet complex — to partner with companies, other organizations and the community at large for safe and healthy communities. Our vision is to help the children and families we serve to achieve health, happiness, confidence, competence and self-sufficiency.
Leadership
CEO/Executive Director Ms. Denise Cross
Board Chair Mr. David Leavitt
Board Chair Company Affiliation Victor L. Phillips Co.
History and Background
Year of Incorporation 1998
Former Names
Gillis Center
Marillac Center
Ozanam
Healthy Families
Spofford
Volunteer Opportunities
Ways to donate, support, or volunteer
We provide a positive impact in the lives of children, youth and families in our communities. You’re just as much a part of our mission as our case workers, nurses, administrative employees and therapists. Below are the most impactful ways you can help us broaden our impact.
  • Volunteer! We have plenty of opportunities for individual or group volunteers, both of whom play a vital role in achieving our mission. By spending quality time with our youth, tutors and mentors serve as inspiring role models. Through landscaping and painting projects, community groups help us create comfortable environments for our children. Whether volunteering as an individual or with a group, our volunteer specialist will match you with an opportunity that fits your schedule and interests.
  • Donate! Financial gifts allow us to continue to grow our programs and services in order to provide the needed support for the children and families in our care. Donations can be made toward a specific campus, program or you can allow us to determine how your donation can best serve our evolving needs. You are welcome to donate online (cornerstonesofcare.org/donate), over the phone (816-508-1704), or via mail (300 E 36th St, KCMO 64111).
  • In-Kind! We partner with the community to provide as many supplies and resources as possible to help the children and families in our programs reduce barriers and challenges. The following needs are ongoing throughout the year: hygiene supplies, socks and underwear, towels, pillows/pillow cases, and baby and toddler items. As in any home environment, we also have various seasonal needs throughout the year such as arts and craft supplies, swimsuits and sunscreen, school supplies and uniforms and of course holiday Sponsor-A-Youth and birthday gifts!
Financial Summary
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Statements
Mission Statement Our mission is the core of what we do. It honors our history, reflects our day-to-day and focuses on the future. It leads us in designing and delivering programs that improve the lives of 10,000 children and families. Our mission is simple and yet complex — to partner with companies, other organizations and the community at large for safe and healthy communities. Our vision is to help the children and families we serve to achieve health, happiness, confidence, competence and self-sufficiency.
Background Statement

Cornerstones of Care was incorporated in 1998 as a family of agencies (Gillis, Healthy Families, Marillac, Ozanam, and Spofford) to serve children and families. Each of these agencies had been serving local children and families dating back to the 1800s. Having similar and complementary missions, the agencies realized that greater collaboration would better leverage the agency strengths and programs, while sharing resources and ideas to create stronger services for children and families. The primary objectives were:

  1. Establish a system that provides quality services to children and families.
  2. Create a stronger infrastructure; cost containment and greater efficiencies.
  3. More competitive and better prepared to respond to State privatization efforts.
  4. Develop new business opportunities.
Since inception, Cornerstones of Care and each of our individual agencies has continually transformed to benefit our staff and those we serve. We have helped thousands of children in foster care achieve permanency, and been a leader in community-based solutions. We have recruited/licensed thousands of foster and adoptive homes. We brought the first Treatment Foster Care program to the Kansas City region, and have been a local and early adopter of Functional Family Therapy.
 
In late 2015, the vision to continue evolving to do more for those we serve, to serve more, and to do so from a continued strong financial position, lead our leaders and 100+ board members to embark on an 18-month due diligence process. The end result was a decision to legally merge into one organization. On January 1, 2017, the Cornerstones of Care family of agencies officially merged to become one higher-impact organization, retaining the Cornerstones of Care name.
 

Cornerstones of Care continues to provide a full spectrum of 30+ programs and services, including foster care and adoption, education, mental and behavioral health, youth support and family support services. We provide these on our campuses (Spofford, Gillis and Ozanam); in 12 offices extending as far as Wichita, Maryville and St. Louis; in school districts throughout the region and in the homes of families throughout KC, Eastern Kansas and NW Missouri. United, we are a partner for more than 10,000 children and families, ultimately working to keep children safe, families strong and communities healthy. 

Impact Statement
In 2018, our accomplishments include:
 
Mental Health Screenings in Grandview Schools
More than 30,000 Jackson County citizens are impacted by mental health challenges. Thanks to funding from the Jackson County Children’s Services Fund, we launched mental health screenings in five schools in Grandview, Mo., in 2018. We now conduct voluntary school-based social and emotional health screenings to 3rd—5th graders. When students are identified as having an elevated mental health risk, we then provide ongoing support and resources to the student and their families to keep them safe and healthy.
 
Treatment Foster Care Now in St. Louis
We now train and support individuals and families in St. Louis to provide treatment foster care. Treatment foster care is our highest level of care for youth who have experienced significant trauma. Our treatment foster parents receive specialized training and 24/7 support as they facilitate safe, loving environments for these youth to heal and recover.
 
Solution-Based Casework Comes to Missouri
We were excited to be the first organization to bring Solution-Based Casework® (SBC) to Missouri. SBC is an evidence-based preventative model specifically designed to reduce lengths of stay for youth in residential treatment, and reduce re-entries of children into state custody by increasing domestic permanency.
 
Our goals in 2019 include our “4 Big Things”:
  1. Improve customer experience through organization-wide focus on client safety and quality of services through COA re-accreditation and Sanctuary recertification.
  2. Organization-wide focus on a workforce that is stable, happy in their jobs and engaged in their organization through salary increases tied to merit and a 401(K) match.
  3. Successful implementation of new programs: Kansas Child Welfare, Missouri Intensive Family Services & Homeroom Health, an integrated pediatric health center.
  4. Strengthen Community Engagement through fundraising, board development and establishing community councils.
Needs Statement

Cornerstones of Care has identified the following 6 priorities for 2018.

  1. Recruit foster families, specifically treatment foster care (TFC) homes. We are in need of those homes who can support children with elevated health needs or sibling groups as both the numbers of children coming into care and the evidence that children heal best when in a home in the community continues to grow. We currently have 10 active homes and 11 in the training/qualifying TFC process.
  2. Secure funding support for foster families who must purchase clothing, provide medical supplies, furnish bedrooms, etc. above and beyond what state reimbursements allow.
  3. Meet fundraising goals to ensure sustainability of our programs and maintain our facilities.
  4. Boost volunteer support, specifically as positive role models for our kids as Reading Buddies, Mentors, hosting birthday parties, playing games and working on beautification projects on a campus.
  5. Secure funding support or unused supplies to help youth aging out of care set up their own apartments, receive scholarship assistance, funds for transportation and gift cards for clothing.
  6. Capital improvements for our campuses, including renovations to meet the needs of our changing client population and refurbishments to make our facilities warm, welcoming and as trauma-sensitive as possible.
Service Categories
Foster Care
Counseling
Alliances & Advocacy
Areas of Service
MO - Jackson County
MO - Clay County
MO - Platte County
KS - Wyandotte County
KS - Johnson County
MO - Eastern Jackson Co
MO - Jackson County Urban Core
MO - Cass County
MO - Buchanan
MO - Caldwell
MO - Clinton
MO - Lafayette
MO - Ray
KS - Atchison County
KS
MO
CEO/Executive Director/Board Chair Statement

Our work can be summed up in two phrases, “partnering to transform” and “demonstrating leadership and positive impact.” These phrases summarize our strategic objectives established to reaffirm our commitment to reducing trauma and strengthening children, families and the communities in which they live.

Our first objective is to partner to transform our communities by reducing the frequency and impact of adverse childhood experiences. In 2014, when we began offering foster care recruitment and licensing services in 30 counties in Northwest Missouri, we committed ourselves to helping more than 1,300 children and youth find safe homes where they can thrive and grow. We are excited to continue to partner with organizations, businesses and — most importantly — caring and loving families in those communities.
 
Our second objective is to demonstrate leadership and positive impact on the health and well-being of our communities. We do this in obvious ways such as by becoming the first organization in Kansas City to achieve Sanctuary certification (a trauma-informed model of care) and by being the first organization to bring Solution-Based Casework (an evidence-based preventative model designed to reduce a youth's length of stay in a residential treatment program, reduce re-entries of children into state custody and increasing domestic permanency) to the state of Missouri. By enabling our staff and leadership to engage in local, regional and national conversations, we seek not only to replicate best practices, but are on the forefront of innovation. Most importantly, our focus on developing leaders and advocates will help us create and sustain long-term impact. 
 
As a leading human social service organization, we continue to find innovative ways to expand our capacity to serve youth and families through more efficient and effective operations. At the same time, we know that continual investment in a robust infrastructure is important and vital to our ability to achieve our mission and goals in the future.
 
Denise Cross, President and Chief Executive Officer
Programs
Description

Awarded by the State of Missouri in June 2005, foster care case management is designed to protect children from abuse and neglect, as well as to increase the number of foster parents, adoptive parents and foster care resources in Jackson, Cass, and Johnson counties in Missouri. Foster care and adoption services are provided to approximately 250 kids each year.

A grant from the Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption allows for two full-time adoption recruiters to work towards permanency for children and sibling groups currently in foster care.

Cornerstones of Care also recruits and licenses hundreds of foster homes each year in the 30-county NW Missouri region.  
Category Human Services, General/Other Children & Youth Services
Population Served Children and Youth (0 - 19 years), Adults
Program is linked to organization's mssion Yes
Program Frequently Assessed Yes
Short-Term Success

Short-term success is measured by the extent to which programs meet contractual outcome goals. Monitoring these goals ensures the safety of children in foster placements and the efficacy of permanent placement. Examples of outcomes include:

  • 92% will not re-enter care within 12 months of permanency.
  • 100% of foster placements will not have substantiated child abuse/neglect reports with the alternative caregiver listed as the perpetrator.
  • 28% of children will find permanent placements.
Long-Term Success

This program operates under a performance-based contract which requires close monitoring of outcomes. The long term outcome is to achieve permanent living situations for 28% of our children, which includes reunification, adoption or guardianship.

Program Success Monitored By Progress is monitored by statistical reporting and review of the above outcomes and other internal measurements monthly by senior management and state contract oversight. 
Examples of Program Success

All program goals were met or exceeded in the prior contract year: 93% of children did not re-enter care, 43% of children were placed in permanent living situations, 100% of placements were safe for children, and 180 children were placed in permanent homes.

Description

Education services include our Day Treatment Program and our Behavior Intervention Support Team Program (BIST).

Our Day Treatment Program, established nearly 40 years ago, is provided on our Gillis and Ozanam Campuses in Kansas City, MO, and in the Blue Springs MO School District. The program helps to meet the needs of students referred from 23 school districts and those in our Residential Treatment Program. Students receive individualized therapeutic and academic services that support the unique behavioral or mental health challenges our students have.  


BIST is an outreach program that provides training and support to teachers, administrators, and staff in hundreds of schools throughout the Midwest. BIST helps to change the school culture at the building and district level to decrease disruptive behavior, increase teaching time and facilitate life-long changes in children.
Category Education, General/Other Elementary & Secondary Education
Population Served K-12 (5-19 years), Infants to Preschool (under age 5), Poor,Economically Disadvantaged,Indigent
Program is linked to organization's mssion Yes
Program Frequently Assessed Yes
Short-Term Success
Our Day Treatment Program provides a safe setting where students with behavioral and learning challenges can catch up in their studies and learn behavioral skills to de-escalate in times of stress. Teachers, therapists, case managers and Youth Behavioral Specialists work together with the student to develop academic and behavioral goals. Treatment plans are adjusted as progress is made.
 
Our Behavior Intervention Support Team visits educators in their school buildings, assisting in Vision Teams to create a unique school-wide behavior plan to improve school climate. Teachers learn to implement classroom management strategies that pre-empt individual students from acting out and help them cope with difficult emotions that are at the root of their disruptive behaviors. At the building and district levels, a code of conduct is adopted. Students learn new strategies that give them responsibility for their behavior and the tools to make things right.
Long-Term Success For our Day Treatment Program, students show academic growth and progress toward behavioral goals in the classroom. They maintain progress for 18 weeks to successfully transition back to public school. Long-term success includes high school graduation for seniors as appropriate. For our BIST Program, teaching strategies and behavioral guidelines support a safe school environment that promotes learning for everyone.
Program Success Monitored By
In our Day Treatment Program, students are assessed in Reading and Math by the STAR assessment tool. STAR measures progress by administering a pre -and post-test. Students are also monitored by progress toward goals in their Individual Education Program as determined by their referring school district. Academic growth is also recorded as grades and credits awarded per quarter. Behavioral growth is measured on daily point sheets and behavior referral forms. This progress is aggregated and shared quarterly with parents and school districts as well as with students on their report cards.
 
Success of our BIST Program is measured by our clients' satisfaction with our services.
Examples of Program Success
The day-treatment program graduated 100% of the seniors that attended in SY 16-17 and SY 17-18. Academic progress includes: 70% of students showed growth in Reading and Math in the first semester SY 18-19; 80% of students made progress on their IEP goals; 65% made progress toward their behavioral goals and are using de-escalation strategies successfully.
Typically, 80% of our high school students make the A/B honor roll each quarter. At least one student per classroom meets criterion to return to school each semester. High school students that come to us with credit problems are given the chance to catch up and graduate with their cohort.
 
The BIST Program is active in over 300 schools in five states: Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, Illinois, and Colorado.
Description

The Cornerstones of Care Mental and Behavioral Health Services focus on providing children, young adults and families the comprehensive treatment and support they need to heal and thrive. These services include:

  • Residential Treatment on 2 of our Campuses. We offer trauma-informed campus living and therapeutic programming for children and young adults ages 4 to 18. Often those in our residential programs have experienced abuse, neglect and mental health disorders in their lives and face challenges that require temporary out-of-home care.
  • Outpatient Counseling. We can help our clients address a wide variety of mental health issues and concerns. Outpatient counseling allows individuals to maintain a regular commitment to family, work and educational responsibilities throughout their treatment.
  • Substance Abuse Treatment. We provide substance abuse treatment services to youth, often in residential treatment, who struggle with abuse of medication, alcohol and drugs.
Category Mental Health, Substance Abuse Programs, General/other Mental Health, Substance Abuse Programs, General/other
Population Served General/Unspecified
Program is linked to organization's mssion Yes
Program Frequently Assessed Yes
Short-Term Success Short term success includes decreases in problem behaviors and improvements in functioning in the home and family. Problem behaviors might include self-harming behaviors, truancy, violence toward others, contact with the police or judicial system, or substance use. Improvements in functioning looks at a youth’s ability to accept responsibility for their actions, express feelings appropriately, and get along with peers and adults outside the family.
Long-Term Success

Long-term success means that children in residential care will successfully transition to a home with a family in the community, either through foster care, adoption or family reunification. Other long-term success is that clients in outpatient services will experience improvement in their family interactions, home life and mental health stability.

Program Success Monitored By A treatment team consisting of the child, family members to the degree they are involved, therapist and case manager meet on a regular basis to review progress to behavioral goals. At program admission, a baseline assessment is completed for each client. When the client discharges from the program, a discharge assessment is completed that considers the global progress toward treatment goals, Individual Education Plan goals (for students in our Day Treatment Program), as well as the degree to which predetermined behavioral markers have increased or decreased. Data is entered by program staff into our Electronic Health Record called myAvatar. Initial assessments, any follow-up assessments, and discharge assessment data and service data for each client is maintained in the EHR. Performance Excellence Staff aggregate and analyze the data for periodic (either monthly or quarterly) review with the program leaders.
Examples of Program Success
On the Gillis Campus, lengths of stay for youth in residential care have decreased by 40% down to approximately 4-5 months on average, which is a significant source of pride in that we are able to find a supportive home in the community for youth who would otherwise be living in a residential facility for over 2 years.
In addition, regarding outpatient services, 96% of clients report that the services they receive have helped them.
Executive Director/CEO
Executive Director Ms. Denise Cross
Term Start Jan 2008
Experience Denise Cross has over 20 years of experience in state government with increasing levels of responsibility leading to her appointment as the Director of the Missouri Division of Family Services. After leaving the public sector, Ms. Cross spent two years with a private consulting firm providing support and guidance to state child welfare and Medicaid agencies. Ms. Cross is a graduate of Harvard's Executive Program for State and Local Governments. She is currently serving on Missouri's Medicaid Managed Care Task Force and was named to KC Magazine's "Most Influential Women" in 2014. Denise was appointed President/CEO of Cornerstones of Care effective January 1, 2008.
Former CEOs
NameTerm
Mr. Paul GemeinhardtOct 1998 - Jan 2008
Senior Staff
Title Chief Operating Officer
Experience/Biography

Ryan joined Cornerstones of Care’s senior leadership team as vice president in 2006 and later took on the role of chief operating officer in 2011. Responsible for the strategic development of programs and quality assurance initiatives, Ryan also represents the organization on many state-level and national initiatives.

Ryan began his career with Youth Services International, Inc., working in the areas of quality assurance and admissions before joining the Missouri Division of Family Services to work in the areas of child abuse/neglect investigations, foster care and adoptions. Prior to his current position with Cornerstones of Care, Ryan served the organization in several capacities, including vice president.  

Title Chief Financial Officer
Experience/Biography
Eric joined Cornerstones of Care’s senior leadership team in 2011. Responsible for the strategic development of finance and information technology initiatives, Eric works closely with both staff leadership and board members.
Prior to Cornerstones of Care, Eric began his career with The City of St. Louis working in the area of juvenile justice before most recently serving as the director of administration at our Marillac Campus.
Title Chief Human Resources Officer
Experience/Biography

Ryann joined Cornerstones of Care in 2017. Responsible for the strategic development and implementation of human resources processes, her goal is to make Cornerstones of Care the employer of choice in our region while also representing the organization on local and state-level boards.

Prior to Cornerstones of Care, Ryann held human resources leadership positions in both the private and public sectors, including operating her own consulting firm, before most recently serving as the director of human resources at the Bert Nash Center, a behavioral health organization.

Title Chief Development Officer
Experience/Biography Chad joined Cornerstones of Care in 2018. Responsible for the strategic development of all fundraising and marketing activities, Chad works to engage our communities in our mission while stewarding a strong brand.

Prior to Cornerstones of Care, Chad was an independent facilitator, researcher, practitioner and consultant in the nonprofit, higher education and association management sectors. Most recently, he served as the executive director at FarmHouse Fraternity, Inc., for 11 years and help prior roles with the University of Wisconsin-Madison Alumni Association and the Indiana University Foundation.

Title Chief Information Officer
Experience/Biography  Tim joined Cornerstones of Care’s senior leadership team as chief information officer in 2017 as part of our partnership with Netsmart. In his current role, Tim provides strategic executive-level oversight and management of the organization's information technology, including aligning technological strategies with the goals and objectives of the overall organization.  

Prior to Cornerstones of Care, Tim spent 14 years working for a consulting organization managing the deployment of national IT projects before most recently spending 3 years working with Health and Human Services organizations implementing IT solutions and enhancing the operation of their IT infrastructure. 

Staff
Paid Full-Time Staff 542
Paid Part-Time Staff 39
Paid Contractors 0
Volunteers 950
Staff Diversity (Ethnicity)
African American/Black 108
Asian American/Pacific Islander 3
Caucasian 374
Hispanic/Latino 12
Native American/American Indian 2
Other 43
Other (Please Specify) Two or more races, unspecified, or declined to indentify
Staff Diversity (Gender)
Female 374
Male 168
Not Specified 0
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 Yes
Organization Policy and Procedures Yes
Nondiscrimination Policy Yes
Whistleblower Policy Yes
Document Destruction Policy Yes
Collaborations
Cornerstones of Care holds contracts or collaborates with a wide array of agencies to deliver services to children and families.  Among our collaborating partners are: the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services; Children’s Division of the Missouri Department of Social Services; Missouri Department of Mental Health; Kansas Department of Social and Rehabilitation Services; Tri-County Community Mental Health Services; Clay County Public Health Center; Jackson County Missouri COMBAT; Circuit Courts of Jackson County, Missouri; Alliance for Children and Families; and a range of school districts. Collaborating school districts include: Blue Springs, Center, Kansas City, Hickman Mills, Independence, Raytown, Belton, Grandview, and more plus Blue Valley in Kansas and at least seven charter schools.
 
Cornerstones of Care also collaborates with the Midwest Foster Care and Adoption Association and the Missouri Baptist Children and Family Ministries (MBCH) to provide a range of services for foster children and foster/adoptive parents.
 
Cornerstones is a active participant in the Promise 1000 (formerly KC Regional Home Visitation Collaborative) collaboration that coordinates a range of home visitation services for families in the KC metro area.   
  
As a member of the KC Child Abuse Roundtable Coalition, Cornerstones of Care collaborates with local agencies that are focused on reducing child abuse and neglect in our community.  Similarly, as a member of Trauma Matters KC, we collaborate with over 30 businesses, philanthropies, institutions and agencies to reduce the impact of adverse child experiences and trauma in the greater Kansas City area.
Affiliations
AffiliationYear
Alliance for Children and Families - Member1998
External Assessment and Accreditations
Assessment/AccreditationYear
Council on Accreditation (COA) [for Children and Family Services] - Accreditation2014
Child Placing Agency2014
Healthy Families America2015
Awards
Award/RecognitionOrganizationYear
Sanctuary trauma-informed care CertificationThe Sanctuary Institute2015
Government Licenses
Is your organization licensed by the government? Yes
Board Chair
Board Chair Mr. David Leavitt
Company Affiliation Victor L. Phillips Co.
Term Jan 2018 to Dec 2019
Board Members
NameAffiliation
Mr. Jon ApplebyCitizens Bank & Trust
Ms. Julie BarnettKCP&L
Ms. Amy BradshawmySidewalk, Inc.
Mr. John BurgessWalsworth Publishing Company
Ms. Andrea DuckworthBluescope Steel
Mr. Jim HoganBurns & McDonnell
Ms. Helen JorskiBank of the West
Mr. Thomas KientzAcademy Bank/Dickinson Financial
Mr. David LeavittVictor L. Phillips Co
Mr. Brian MerckensDMH Advertising
Ms. Laurie MonseesHallmark Cards
Ms. Stephanie RaweSwiss Re
Ms. Jennifer SeyllerHallmark Cards, Inc.
Mr. Jody VanarsdaleH & R Block
Mr. Rich WoodGilmore & Bell
Board Demographics - Ethnicity
African American/Black 0
Asian American/Pacific Islander 2
Caucasian 13
Hispanic/Latino 0
Native American/American Indian 0
Board Demographics - Gender
Male 8
Female 7
Unspecified 0
Governance
Board Term Lengths 3
Board Term Limits 2
Written Board Selection Criteria? Yes
Written Conflict of Interest Policy? Yes
Percentage Making Monetary Contributions 92%
Percentage Making In-Kind Contributions 100%
Constituency Includes Client Representation Yes
Number of Full Board Meetings Annually 4
Standing Committees
Finance
Development / Fund Development / Fund Raising / Grant Writing / Major Gifts
Audit, Compliance and Controls
Program / Program Planning
Strategic Planning / Strategic Direction
Nominating
CEO Comments The Cornerstones of Care's Board of Directors is a 16-member board, with 1 current vacancy. Officers of the organization consist of a Chair, Vice Chair, Secretary and Treasurer. The President/CEO is responsible to the Board of Directors. The Board meets five times a year, with Committees/Councils meeting more frequently to oversee and provide strategic direction to those council areas. 
Financials
Fiscal Year Start Jan 01, 2019
Fiscal Year End Dec 31, 2019
Projected Revenue $50,592,341
Projected Expenses $51,770,997
Endowment Value $1,054,451
Spending Policy Percentage
Percentage 4
Form 990s
2017 COC 990
2016 COC 990
2015 COC 990
2014 COC 990
2013 COC 990
2012 COC 990
2011 COC 990
2010 COC 990
2009 COC 990
2008 COC 990
Audit Documents
Foundation Comments
  • FY 2017, 2016, 2015: 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 Year201720162015
Foundation and
Corporation Contributions
$3,279,831$902,782$451,625
Government Contributions$953,235$405,683$0
Federal------
State------
Local------
Unspecified$953,235$405,683$0
Individual Contributions------
$650,024$103,336$94,165
$36,194,516$21,253,141$21,865,598
Investment Income, Net of Losses$4,972,520$318,551$221,388
Membership Dues----$0
Special Events$640,717$4,614($4,000)
Revenue In-Kind$91,031$5,680$49,295
Other$199,412$40,142$25,996
Expense Allocation
Fiscal Year201720162015
Program Expense$39,060,007$17,817,168$16,521,053
Administration Expense$6,848,057$4,470,132$5,108,562
Fundraising Expense$1,067,939$911,784$216,984
Payments to Affiliates------
Total Revenue/Total Expenses1.000.991.04
Program Expense/Total Expenses83%77%76%
Fundraising Expense/Contributed Revenue------
Assets and Liabilities
Fiscal Year201720162015
Total Assets$31,264,784$35,688,110$12,298,904
Current Assets$16,141,286$12,940,315$5,655,620
Long-Term Liabilities$268,688$3,086,958$1,332,447
Current Liabilities$3,853,779$6,035,998$3,098,314
Total Net Assets$27,142,317$26,565,154$7,868,143
Short-Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201720162015
Current Ratio: Current Assets/Current Liabilities4.192.141.83
Long-Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201720162015
Long-Term Liabilities/Total Assets1%9%11%
Top Funding Sources
Fiscal Year201720162015
Top Funding Source & Dollar Amount --Anonymous $170,630 --
Second Highest Funding Source & Dollar Amount --Anonymous $111,794 --
Third Highest Funding Source & Dollar Amount --Anonymous $103,335 --
Capital Campaign
Currently in a Capital Campaign? No
Capital Campaign Anticipated in Next 5 Years No
Organization Comments The Chief Financial Officer for Cornerstones of Care is responsible for preparing bi-monthly financial reports for the Board of Directors. This report is reviewed at the bi-monthly board meeting. There is a five-person Finance Committee, as well as a four-person Audit Committee. No member of the Audit Committee also serves on the Finance Committee.
Other Documents
Community Impact Report2018View
Community Impact Report2016View
Community Impact Report2015View
Community Impact Report2014View
Community Impact Report2012View
Organization Name Cornerstones of Care
Address 300 East 36th Street
Kansas City, MO 64111
Primary Phone (816) 508-1700
CEO/Executive Director Ms. Denise Cross
Board Chair Mr. David Leavitt
Board Chair Company Affiliation Victor L. Phillips Co.
Year of Incorporation 1998
Former Names
Gillis Center
Marillac Center
Ozanam
Healthy Families
Spofford