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Donors &
Financials

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Youthlinc is grateful to the hundreds of donors that help us carry forward our mission.  We would not exist without your generosity. We are particularly grateful this year amid all the complications 2020 had in store.

A special thanks to our Sustaining Members (Legacy Sponsors) who donate consistently year after year to support youth in their endeavors to become lifetime humanitarians.  Thank you to the foundations, companies, Rotary Clubs, and individuals who have supported students, mentors, Real Life, Young Humanitarian Award, Local Service Directory, Global Community Leadership, our international partners, and our capital campaign. 

The pandemic was complicated to deal with from a financial perspective for Youthlinc in 2020.  Since a large portion of our revenues are related to capstone international service trips, when trips had to be postponed, this caused a major shift in our financial profile this year.

Between many volunteers choosing to remain with us for another year, a variety of other revenue streams (grants, sponsorships, Payroll Protection Program, etc.), and sacrifices made by the organization and staff, we were able to balance our budget in 2020 and set ourselves up for a lean but sustainable 2021.

As we head into 2021 with ongoing uncertainty about international travel, we are optimistic that due to the sound financial management of Youthlinc during the past 21 years, we will be able to successfully keep operations going into 2022 when society is expected to get back to a more normal state.

Assets

2020 2019
ASSETS
Current Assets
Cash and cash equivalents
1,151,628
453,619
Accounts Receivable
17,940
-
American Express Credits and Trip refunds
33,225
-
Auction item inventory
-
5,637
Total Current Assets
$1,202,793
$1,799,812
Noncurrent Assets
Land
473,446
954,499
Investments
954,449
855,910
Total Assets
$2,630,688
$1,799,812
Liabilities and Net Assets
Current liabilities
Accounts Payable
-
4,930
Deferred revenue
725,570
-
Small Business Loan
101,822
-
IRA
698
1,065
Total Current Liabilities
$828,090
$5,995
Net Assets
Unrestricted
994,303
1,248,581
Capital campaign
199,437
93,035
Temporarily Restricted
534,910
399,712
Net investment activity
73,913
52,489
Total Net Assets
$1,802,599
$1,793,817
Total Liabilities and Net Assets
$2,630,688
$1,799,812

revenues & support

2019 2019
REVENUES AND SUPPORT
Service Year participant fees
18,873
1,349,576
Service Year project donations
61,932
263,841
General fund donations
6,169
7,268
Sustaining Membership
111,327
96,836
Capital Campaign
240,873
-
Forfeited deposits
54,947
14,895
Fundraising events
53,458
99,493
Grants
213,000
158,750
Investment Income and interest
5,907
10,931
Net investment activity
21,423
15,356
Total Net Assets
$787,909
$2,106,947

expenses

2020 2019
EXPENSES
Program expense
338,329
1,304,734
Project expense
124,734
343,777
Capital Campaign expense
123,235
7,525
Overhead expense
79,743
77,650
Fundraising expense
51,885
75,994
Total Expenses
$767,927
$1,809,681
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  • Karen Hansen
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  • Logan Rotary
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  • Mark Erickson
  • Mark Selman
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  • Mike & Angie Dennison
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  • Nathan Jones
  • Neil & Jen Hymas
  • Niki & Joe Sepulveda
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  • Tyler & Andrea Young
  • Utah Autism Foundation
  • Utah State University
  • Von & Wendy Wallace
  • Westminster College
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