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1 Boys and Girls Club of the Tennessee Valley By Tammie Gentry

2 Mission To inspire and enable all young people, especially those from disadvantaged circumstances, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens. Boys and Girls Club of America

3 Goals Through Guiding Principles Be proactive by anticipating and dealing with change and growth in communities they serve. Continually develop the B&G Club Board to assure it remains the premier volunteer Board of Directors in the area. Attract, develop and retain highly competent and motivated staff. (2003-2005 Strategic Plan, 4)

4 Goals Continued Build a culture that nurtures the individual and develops a sense of self-esteem as an important part of personal growth. Provide an innovative environment that promotes the development of new methods or practices to achieve our vision. Provide safe, positive, attractive, and clean community based facilities available for youth at times when they need positive alternatives. (2003-2005 Strategic Plan, 4)

5 Goals Continued Develop constructive collaborations with other organizations. Continually improve the organization through research, communication and evaluation. (2003-2005 Strategic Plan, 4)

6 Organization The Boys and Girls Club of the Tennessee Valley is a 501( c ) (3) nonprofit agency dedicated to the care of children. They take pride in providing not only recreational but education activities that will help build life long, productive citizens with the ability to give back to their communities in a positive manner.

7 Facilities Serves youth ages 0-18 Childcare (0-5) 3-Star facilities Clubs (5-12) Teen Centers (12-18)

8 Programming Project LEARN Goals for Graduation Power HOUR The Ultimate Journey Career Exploration and Mentoring Program JOB READY! Abstinence Only The Cavity Free Zone Boys and Girls Club of TN Valley

9 Programming Continued Music Program Fine Arts Exhibit Program Image Makers (photography) KICK Program (cultural activities) Nike Daily Challenges FITNESS AUTHORITY Nike Swoosh Club Reviving Baseball In Inner Cities

10 Programming Continued Club Service Junior Staff Career Development TEEN Supreme Keystone Clubs Torch Clubs Youth of the Year (14-18) Targeted Outreach The Diversity Initiative KIDS IN CONTROL Safety Awareness

11 Programming Continued Child Care Food Program SMART Moves SMART Girls Street SMART Act SMART Passport to Manhood Quick SMART! Builders Club

12 Agency Organization Corporate Board Employees Volunteers Club Members

13 Corporate Board The Corporate Board of Directors is the governing body of the organization responsible for the establishment and periodic review of all policies. These personnel policies have been developed with the input of staff, but the board retain the final authority and responsibility. (Employee Handbook, 6 )

14 Employees President/CEO (1) is hired by the Corporate Board of Directors whose qualifications and experiences are such that he /she can administer the program and activities of the Boys and Girls Club within the policies set by the board. Answers solely to the board. Hires, discharges, and fixes compensation with Advisory Board of Directors of all administrative staff, Facility Directors. (Employee Handbook, 6 )

15 Employees Continued Vice Presidents (6) Executive V.P. Support Services Finance Human Resource Alliances and Operations Corporate Relations and Marketing (Employee Handbook, 5 )

16 Employees Continued Other employees include: Facility Directors Program Specialists Director of Special Events Maintenance Administrative assistants Employee Classification Guide

17 Employees Leading to Success CEO does well at hiring great people Employees come together in times of crisis Employee loyalty extraordinary Work as team with same work ethic Believe in what they are doing Staff is rewarded well financially and supported by CEO Interview with Kelly Drummond, VP of Human Resource

18 Volunteers Integral part of agency at all levels Works with youth and administrative staff Aid in special events Focused on goal of agency Interview with Kelly Drummond, VP Human Resource

19 Club Members Children 16 months –18 years At-Risk Youth In need of safe and positive place Move on to be productive citizens Sometimes become some of our nations great actors, actresses, athletes and politicians

20 Funding Grants Alliance Funding Special Events

21 Grants Staff specifically search and apply for monies for programming and development of new initiatives Receive local, state and federal grants for the operations of the agency and its facilities across Knox and the surrounding counties. Interview with Kelly Drummond, VP Human Resource

22 Alliance Funding Building alliances with corporations and businesses for donations and funding. On the national level, a major sponsor is The Coca Cola Corporation. Interview with Kelly Drummond

23 Special Events Tim Irwin Bass Tournament Phillip Fulmer Golf Classic Hall of Fame Dinner Knoxville Open PGA Tour Halls/Powell Golf Classic Blount County Golf Classic Bob Haralson Invitational Feel It In Your Heart Events (Spring 2005 Newsletter )

24 Marketing Assess current marketing programs Develop Alumni Programs Develop PSAs for television stations Develop comprehensive Public Relations Campaigns Newsletters Develop annual marketing budget 2003-2005 Strategic Plan

25 Obstacles Rapid Growth 20 facilities now- obtaining more clubs while not requiring cities to provide funds up front Funding-Grants are slowing down and with a larger competitive base for same funds Employee turnover- Facilities/clubs have high turnover rate due to lower pay, college students returning to school, and seasonal spurts Interview with Kelly Drummond, VP Human Resource

26 2005 Strategic Planning Suppress Growth and look for sustainability Return main focus to children Fiscal Soundness Completion of Capital Plan Develop Endowment Plan Develop Planned Giving Program Looking to be placed in Wills Kelly Drummond and 2003-2005 Strategic Plan

27 References Boys and Girls Club of the Tennessee Valley Employee Handbook, 2004 Boys and Girls Club of the Tennessee Valley Employee Job Classification Guide, 2004 Boys and Girls Club of the Tennessee Valley Strategic Plan 2003-3005 Interview with Kelly Drummond, VP Human Resources, 8/22/05

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