Cristo Rey Kansas City
Cristo Rey Kansas City
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About this organization
Cristo Rey Kansas City breaks the cycle of poverty through education and student work experience. By providing a Catholic, college prep education enhanced by work experiences, the path is clear for each student: diploma, degree and career. Students reflect the racial and ethnic diversity of the metro area and live in households with annual incomes of $32,000. Sponsored by the Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth, programs build upon the the sisters' more than 150 years experience in education. With its first class of graduates in 2010 and in each successive year, 100% of graduates have been accepted to college. Currently, 62% of alumni have graduated from college or are persisting to college graduation. National studies confirm that just 9-14% low income students achieve college graduation.
Interesting data from their 2017 990 filing
The filing specifies the mission of the non-profit as “The organizations mission is to provide a catholic, college preparatory”.
When explaining its duties, they were described as: “The organization provides a catholic college preparatory education to culturally diverse students with economic need. an innovative corporate work study program provided by the school's affiliate, cristo rey corporate internship program, enhances the student's education.”.
- The state in which the non-profit is authorized to operate legally is MO.
- According to the filing, the address of the non-profit for the year 2017 is 211 WEST LINDWOOD BLVD, KANSAS CITY, MO, 64111.
- The non-profit has reported 95 employees on their form for the year 2017.
- Does not operate a hospital.
- Operates a school.
- Does not collect art.
- Does not provide credit counseling.
- Does not have foreign activities.
- Is not a donor advised fund.
- Is not a private foundation.
- Expenses are greater than $1,000,000.
- Revenue is greater than $1,000,000.
- Revenue less expenses is -$412,994.
- The CEO compensation strategy within the organization is determined through a thorough evaluation and endorsement by an independent source.
- The organization has a written policy that describes how long it will retain documents.
- The organization has 19 independent voting members.
- The organization was formed in 2005.
- The organization has a written policy that addresses conflicts of interest.
- The organization is required to file Schedule B.
- The organization is required to file Schedule O.
- The organization pays $3,111,982 in salary, compensation, and benefits to its employees.
- The organization pays $338,210 in fundraising expenses.
- The organization provides Form 990 to its governing body.
- The organization pays grants to individuals.
- The organization has minutes of its meetings.
- The organization has a written whistleblower policy.
- The organization has fundraising events.
- The organization's financial statements were reviewed by an accountant.
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