Eagle Village

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Summary

Eagle Village uses intervention to keep small problems from escalating to big issues by teaching new skills such as natural consequences, anger management, decision making, trust, self-worth, perseverance, and boundaries. Challenge Weekends last three days and our Specialized Summer Camps last 5-10 days.

Our therapists are all master's level with experience with trauma-impacted kids, behavior problems, and mental health issues. They are dedicated to the kids they serve and want to empower these kids for success after Eagle Village.


Contact information

Mailing address:
Eagle Village
5044 175th Ave.
Hersey, MI 49639

Website: eaglevillage.org

Phone: 231-832-2234

Email:


Organization details

EIN: 381868217

CEO/President: Cathey Prudhomme

Chairman: Michael Mischley, PhD

Board size: 13

Founder: Kermit and Jean Hainley; Donald E. Holbrook

Year founded: 1968

Tax deductible: Yes

Fiscal year end: 12/31

Member of ECFA: No

Member of ECFA since:


Purpose

We believe in the potential of all people regardless of their story.


Mission statement

Through God's help and love, we serve, value and equip children and families for success.

Drawing upon decades of experience with delinquent and trauma-impacted children, Eagle Village, with our team of professionals, has designed programs that include:

Family Involvement- We facilitate family involvement whenever possible by removing any obstacle we can. We cover all the food and lodging for families when they stay for therapy, and will even provide transportation if necessary- all at no cost to the families. We know that by including the whole family in the treatment plan, we can achieve lasting change.

Therapy in Motion- Our specially trained therapists weave hands-on experiences and challenging, structured activities into treatment plans to aide therapy and teach social skills.

Make a Plan- Trauma manifests in a range of behavioral and emotional struggles. We assess the impact of a child's past traumatic experiences and then our skilled Therapy Team devises a treatment plan for each child. We work with the strengths each individual already possesses and teach coping skills to prevent their struggles from slowing their success.


Statement of faith

Transparency grade

D

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Financial efficiency ratings

Sector: Community Development

CategoryRatingOverall rankSector rank
Overall efficiency rating365 of 94022 of 59
Fund acquisition rating611 of 94238 of 59
Resource allocation rating463 of 94230 of 59
Asset utilization rating175 of 9409 of 59

Financial ratios

Funding ratiosSector median20192018201720162015
Return on fundraising efforts Return on fundraising efforts =
Fundraising expense /
Total contributions
10%27%15%24%26%13%
Fundraising cost ratio Fundraising cost ratio =
Fundraising expense /
Total revenue
6%4%3%3%3%4%
Contributions reliance Contributions reliance =
Total contributions /
Total revenue
77%13%20%15%11%30%
Fundraising expense ratio Fundraising expense ratio =
Fundraising expense /
Total expenses
7%4%3%3%3%4%
Other revenue reliance Other revenue reliance =
Total other revenue /
Total revenue
23%87%80%85%89%70%
 
Operating ratiosSector median20192018201720162015
Program expense ratio Program expense ratio =
Program services /
Total expenses
81%81%80%80%81%81%
Spending ratio Spending ratio =
Total expenses /
Total revenue
95%92%90%109%103%87%
Program output ratio Program output ratio =
Program services /
Total revenue
76%74%71%87%84%70%
Savings ratio Savings ratio =
Surplus (deficit) /
Total revenue
5%8%10%-9%-3%13%
Reserve accumulation rate Reserve accumulation rate =
Surplus (deficit) /
Net assets
5%16%23%-19%-6%24%
General and admin ratio General and admin ratio =
Management and general expense /
Total expenses
12%16%17%17%16%15%
 
Investing ratiosSector median20192018201720162015
Total asset turnover Total asset turnover =
Total expenses /
Total assets
0.861.411.481.521.231.16
Degree of long-term investment Degree of long-term investment =
Total assets /
Total current assets
1.722.922.683.272.722.35
Current asset turnover Current asset turnover =
Total expenses /
Total current assets
1.754.123.974.963.352.73
 
Liquidity ratiosSector median20192018201720162015
Current ratio Current ratio =
Total current assets /
Total current liabilities
7.292.393.012.173.653.68
Current liabilities ratio Current liabilities ratio =
Total current liabilities /
Total current assets
0.130.420.330.460.270.27
Liquid reserve level Liquid reserve level =
(Total current assets -
Total current liabilities) /
(Total expenses / 12)
4.821.702.021.302.603.20
 
Solvency ratiosSector median20192018201720162015
Liabilities ratio Liabilities ratio =
Total liabilities /
Total assets
14%24%25%31%26%27%
Debt ratio Debt ratio =
Debt /
Total assets
3%8%10%14%13%13%
Reserve coverage ratio Reserve coverage ratio =
Net assets /
Total expenses
85%54%51%45%60%63%

Financials

Balance sheet
 
Assets20192018201720162015
Cash$920,804$450,781$665,760$1,391,084$1,536,904
Receivables, inventories, prepaids$1,756,246$2,022,680$859,855$698,490$1,100,713
Short-term investments$0$0$200,767$181,280$171,430
Other current assets$0$0$0$0$0
Total current assets$2,677,050$2,473,461$1,726,382$2,270,854$2,809,047
Long-term investments$0$0$0$0$0
Fixed assets$5,142,872$4,159,337$3,918,623$3,905,486$3,799,151
Other long-term assets$0$0$0$0$0
Total long-term assets$5,142,872$4,159,337$3,918,623$3,905,486$3,799,151
Total assets$7,819,922$6,632,798$5,645,005$6,176,340$6,608,198
 
Liabilities20192018201720162015
Payables and accrued expenses$1,118,130$822,915$796,183$622,101$762,629
Other current liabilities$0$0$0$0$0
Total current liabilities$1,118,130$822,915$796,183$622,101$762,629
Debt$597,402$669,045$810,103$811,681$853,290
Due to (from) affiliates$0$0$0$0$0
Other long-term liabilities$152,420$152,420$152,420$152,420$152,420
Total long-term liabilities$749,822$821,465$962,523$964,101$1,005,710
Total liabilities$1,867,952$1,644,380$1,758,706$1,586,202$1,768,339
 
Net assets20192018201720162015
Without donor restrictions$4,819,875$3,672,607$3,471,928$4,183,798$3,755,524
With donor restrictions$1,132,095$1,315,811$414,371$406,340$1,084,335
Net assets$5,951,970$4,988,418$3,886,299$4,590,138$4,839,859
 
Revenues and expenses
 
Revenue20192018201720162015
Total contributions$1,566,152$2,204,289$1,143,397$842,702$2,624,159
Program service revenue$10,265,693$8,677,772$6,642,774$6,347,541$6,186,935
Membership dues$0$0$0$0$0
Investment income$445($18,747)$4,661$9,437$4,776
Other revenue$148,605$92,341$46,013$155,869$23,100
Total other revenue$10,414,743$8,751,366$6,693,448$6,512,847$6,214,811
Total revenue$11,980,895$10,955,655$7,836,845$7,355,549$8,838,970
 
Expenses20192018201720162015
Program services$8,878,422$7,805,173$6,850,595$6,169,912$6,216,078
Management and general$1,718,410$1,681,595$1,435,022$1,220,629$1,114,989
Fundraising$420,511$323,223$273,528$220,165$338,712
Total expenses$11,017,343$9,809,991$8,559,145$7,610,706$7,669,779
 
Change in net assets20192018201720162015
Surplus (deficit)$963,552$1,145,664($722,300)($255,157)$1,169,191
Other changes in net assets$0$0$0$0$0
Total change in net assets$963,552$1,145,664($722,300)($255,157)$1,169,191

Compensation

NameTitleCompensation
Cathey PrudhommePresident/Ce$147,116
Marjie WirthDir. of Supp$107,316

Compensation data as of: 12/31/2019


Response from ministry

No response has been provided by this ministry.


The information below was provided to MinistryWatch by the ministry itself. It was last updated 9/20/2021. To update the information below, please email: info@ministrywatch.com


History

In 1968 Eagle Boys Village was founded by the husband and wife team of Kermit and Jean Hainley and the first Board President, Clare Court of Appeals Judge, the Honorable Donald E. Holbrook. The Hainley family began Eagle Village with eight delinquent boys, a tent, and a hope that by treating the real issues the boys were facing their futures could be changed for the better.

In the fall of 1969, foster care was introduced when the families of five boys failed to pick them up after summer camp at Eagle Village ended. The simple idea of summer camps for troubled boys quickly turned into residential treatment and therapy offered year-round. In 1994 services for girls were added and we changed our name to Eagle Village, Inc.

50 years after our humble beginnings, we are now a 681-acre campus that serves hundreds of kids each year through residential treatment, adoption and foster care, short-term interventions, and specialized summer camps.

We also take the skills we have learned about changing attitudes, conquering difficulties, and motivating growth to help schools, teams, and groups through customized retreats featuring our own Victors Edge Resiliency Training. Victors Edge was inspired by the kids we serve to help battle bullying, negativity, or passivity in groups ranging from elementary schools to corporations and everywhere in between.


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