Sarnia-Lambton Rebound

10 Lorne Cres.
Sarnia, ON N7S 1H8
Executive Director: Carrie McEachran
Board President: Pam Graham

Website: www.reboundonline.com
Charitable Reg. #: 13205 7100 RR0001
Sector: Social Services - At-Risk Youth
Operating Charity

Charity Rating

[Charity Rating: 4/4]

Donor Accountability

Grade: B+

The grade is based on the charity's public reporting of the work it does and the results it achieves.

Financial Transparency

Audited financial statements for current and previous years available on the charity's website [ Audited financial statement for most recent year ]

Need for Funding

Funding Reserves Program Costs

Spending Breakdown

Full-time staff #9

Avg. Compensation $55,998

Top 10 Staff Salary Range

$350k + 0
$300k - $350k 0
$250k - $300k 0
$200k - $250k 0
$160k - $200k 0
$120k - $160k 0
$80k - $120k 0
$40k - $80k 6
< $40k 4
Information from most recent CRA Charities Directorate filings for F2016

About Sarnia-Lambton Rebound:

Founded in 1984, Sarnia-Lambton Rebound (SLR) is committed to supporting children, youth and their families. SLR has developed programs using evidence-based practices from research with Canadian youth. In F2016 SLR served 3993 youth through 16 programs.

SLR’s programs include Life Choices, aimed at helping youth ages 12-17 build social skills such as communication, decision-making, goal setting and teamwork and Choices Jr., a 10-week preventative substance use program for youth ages 8-11. SLR’s STAND, Stop Think and Decide, program offers youth help on a one-on-one basis by providing them with strategies to make good decisions. In F2016, the resiliency-based Thrive program helped 120 youth to develop perseverance, confidence and courage. The PASS (positive alternative to school suspension) program supported 192 students last year, and is receiving a growing number of referrals. SLR reported that 92% of students were more likely to think about the consequences of their actions after the PASS program. The STAGE (strategies towards achieving girl empowerment) helps youth deal with relational aggression and body image pressures. The TAGS (tools for attaining growth) program focuses on issues that boys age 8-11 face on a regular basis, including aggression, teamwork and respect. SLR’s Youth in Transition program helps youth between the ages of 16 and 24 transition from the care of a Children’s Aid Society to independent living.

Financial Review:

With donations of $500k in F2016, Sarnia-Lambton Rebound is a Small-Cap charity. Its administrative costs are 7% of total revenues and fundraising costs are 11% of donations. For every dollar donated, 82 cents goes to the cause, falling within Ci’s reasonable range. Their funding reserves stand at $607k, which can fund 7 months of programming. This indicates that Sarnia-Lambton Rebound needs funding.

This charity report is an update that has been sent to the charity for review. Changes and edits may be forthcoming.

Updated May 31st, 2017 by Josh Lam.

Financial Ratios

Fiscal year ending March
201620152014
Administrative costs as % of revenues 6.9%3.8%3.9%
Fundraising costs as % of donations 10.8%14.2%14.9%
Program cost coverage (%) 58.5%49.4%52.6%

Summary Financial Statements

All figures in $s
201620152014
Donations 500,075353,419362,614
Government funding 662,798711,113595,612
Fees for service 30,3857,49610,639
Special events 163,637130,835142,093
Other income 6,54815,30617,545
Total revenues 1,363,4431,218,1691,128,503
Program costs 1,038,1131,043,866885,990
Administrative costs 94,54146,37743,805
Fundraising costs 71,42868,59575,186
Other costs 5,3663,6936,712
Cash flow from operations 153,99555,638116,810
Funding reserves 606,930515,611465,856
Note: Government funding obtained from the charity’s CRA T3010 filing. Ci adjusted donations and grants for government funding, reducing donations and grants by $662k in F2016, $711k in F2015, and $595k in F2014. Ci adjusted for deferred revenue and amortization of capital contributions, reducing revenues by $145k in F2016, $33k in F2015, and $59k in F2014. 

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