VITAL
SIGNS
and the Community Foundation of
Collier County Grant Program
COMMUNITY FOUNDATION OF COLLIER COUNTY
2014 GRANT PROGRAM
INFORM, RESPOND & COLLABORATE

The Community Foundation of Collier County’s strategic plan
ties its grantmaking to relevan...
KEY GUIDING PRINCIPLES FOR GRANT APPLICANTS
In order to have the most impact through grantmaking, the
Community Foundation...
PRIORITY FUNDING AREAS FOR COLLIER COUNTY
Grants will focus on increasing the number of citizens
who:
•Engage in community...
PRIORITY FUNDING AREAS FOR COLLIER COUNTY

Also, grants which make it possible for:
•More women and girls to receive servi...
A FOCUS ON IMPORTANT VITAL SIGNS IN 2014

Within each priority funding area, we have identified
indicators of community we...
A FOCUS ON IMPORTANT VITAL SIGNS IN 2014
•Access to mental health services;

•Programs to close the achievement gap betwee...
A FOCUS ON IMPORTANT VITAL SIGNS IN 2014
•Increased multi-cultural awareness and volunteerism;

•Affordable housing and re...
A FOCUS ON IMPORTANT VITAL SIGNS IN 2014

•Programs to increase students’ access to college and
workforce training;
•Preve...
COMMUNITY DEMOGRAPHICS
COMMUNITY DEMOGRAPHICS
SNAPSHOT
Description

Collier

FL

Population
(percent change in
2 years)

332,427
(3.4%)

19,317,5...
VITAL SIGNS
Indicators of Community Need
And Priority Areas of Funding
Healthy Vital Sign
Under Observation Vital Sign
Nee...
BASIC NEEDS
BASIC NEEDS
SNAPSHOT

Description
Poverty rate
/# of people
Average annual
earnings per
worker (earned
income)

Unemployme...
BASIC NEEDS
HOMELESSNESS

Number of homeless adults in Collier County:
Number of homeless children in Collier County
Publi...
BASIC NEEDS
NUTRITION

Food insecurity rate and # people
– CC; FL; US:
(People reporting reduced quality/desirability of d...
BASIC NEEDS
ABUSE

Child Abuse Offenses:
Number of Collier County children subjects of maltreatment reports,
Oct 2011- Sep...
BASIC NEEDS
ACCESS TO SERVICES

Average daily number of children in foster care
2012
Collier Area Para-transit (CAP) rides...
BASIC NEEDS
COLLIER 211 CALLS
Callers’ Needs: Top Service Requests for Collier 211 of last 1600 calls
Temporary
Financial
...
BASIC NEEDS
NONPROFITS PROVIDING SERVICE

Number of Nonprofits Reporting Population Served
Other

100

Working Poor

105

...
Healthcare Services
Healthcare Services
SNAPSHOT
Description
Percent low-birth
weight

Mental Health
Providers
Percent of residents
without he...
Healthcare Services
ACCESS TO HEALTHCARE

Percent; number of persons who could not see
a doctor due to cost:
Reported vacc...
Healthcare Services
ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS OBSESITY LEVELS

• 16% - Schools with obesity levels of 30-34%:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•

Go...
Healthcare Services
TEEN PREVENTION PROGRAMS

Percent of students age 10-17 surveyed reporting
they belonged to a gang in ...
Healthcare Services
MENTAL HEALTHCARE

Reported average number surveyed of poor
mental health days in the past 30 days (da...
Healthcare Services
PROGRAMS FOR THE DISABLED

Percent of residents with an ambulatory
difficulty:
Percent of residents wi...
Education & Training
Education & Training
SNAPSHOT
Description
Percent of Students
receiving a 3 (passing) or
higher on the reading
FCAT
1) Whi...
Education & Training
AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS

Average weekly cost of before/after-school
childcare:
Percent of youth aged 10...
Education & Training
EARLY CHILDHOOD PROGRAMS

Childcare Organizations in Collier County /
Number of children ages 0 – 5 i...
89

Golden Gate
City
34116
10

Borders GG
City
34104
9

Manatee
34112
7

Half Day

63

8

3

6

2

0

4

40

School Readin...
Education &
Training

Education & Training
ENHANCING THE CLASSROOM

Rank of School District:
Number of students in ELL:
(E...
Education & Training
AT-RISK ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS

Schools that received a “D”
rating, 2011-2012:
• Parkside
• Lake Trafford...
FCAT 2.0 scores by elementary schools that are lower than district average
Percent students in Grade 4 at Level 3 (passing...
Education & Training
AT-RISK MIDDLE SCHOOLS

Schools that received a “C” rating, 2011-2012:
• Immokalee
• Manatee
PERCENTA...
FCAT 2.0 scores by middle schools
Percent students in Grade 8 at Level 3 (passing) or higher, 2013

Middle School

Reading...
Education & Training
AT-RISK HIGH SCHOOLS

Schools that received a “C”
rating, 2011-2012:
• Golden Gate
Schools that recei...
FCAT 2.0 scores by high school Percent students in Grade 10 at Level 3 (passing) or higher, 2013
High School

Reading

Mat...
College Readiness
High School

% Students
taking the SAT

Critical
Reading

Math

Writing

Barron Collier

79%

519

532

...
Education & Training
LITERACY PROGRAMS

Percent of students for whom English is
not their first language:

Percent of popu...
Education & Training
CONTINUING EDUCATION

Number of students who graduated from High
School in 2013:
Post-secondary educa...
Community, Arts & Environment
Community, Arts & Environment
SNAPSHOT

Description
Percent employed in Arts,
Design, Entertainment,
Sports, and Media
[Me...
Community, Arts & Environment
ACCESS TO ARTS & ENVIRONMENT

Number of local artists and entertainers:
Number of nonprofit ...
Community, Arts & Environment
VOLUNTEERISM

Number of Volunteers in the CCPS system:

4,800

Percent of Floridians who vol...
Community, Arts & Environment
ACCESS TO SERVICES

Resources available for 211 referral:

Number One reason students cannot...
Women & Girls
Women & Girls
SNAPSHOT

Description

Compare

Collier

FL

US

Data Notes
2010 American
Community Survey,
The Status of Wo...
Women & Girls
DISADVANTAGED WOMEN & GIRLS

Teen birth rate per 1000 girls age
15-19 in Collier County; in Florida:
Percent...
Women & Girls
WOMEN AS CAREGIVERS

Number of female-headed households
with own children 5 and under:
Percentage of female-...
Women & Girls
AT-RISK SENIOR WOMEN

For every $100 received by men in
monthly social security benefits, women
receive:
Per...
Women & Girls
HEALTHCARE NEEDS

Percent of women who had a mammogram in
the past year in Collier County; in Florida:

Birt...
Indicators of community well-being are
constantly changing. We invite you to contribute
data to our initiative.
Basic Need...
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The Community Foundation of Collier County’s strategic plan ties its grantmaking to relevant community information on needs to produce an annual report on community VITAL SIGNS.

The ultimate goal is a convergence of knowledge to INFORM the philanthropic community, RESPOND through grantmaking to support and partner with nonprofits providing critical programs, and COLLABORATE with donors and others to significantly impact highest priority needs. 

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Community Foundation of Collier County Vital Signs

  1. 1. VITAL SIGNS and the Community Foundation of Collier County Grant Program
  2. 2. COMMUNITY FOUNDATION OF COLLIER COUNTY 2014 GRANT PROGRAM
  3. 3. INFORM, RESPOND & COLLABORATE The Community Foundation of Collier County’s strategic plan ties its grantmaking to relevant community information on needs to produce an annual report on community VITAL SIGNS. The ultimate goal is a convergence of knowledge to INFORM the philanthropic community, RESPOND through grantmaking to support and partner with nonprofits providing critical programs, and COLLABORATE with donors and others to significantly impact highest priority needs.
  4. 4. KEY GUIDING PRINCIPLES FOR GRANT APPLICANTS In order to have the most impact through grantmaking, the Community Foundation has identified key guiding principles to fund new grant applications: •Credible community data is needed to be a strategic grantmaker; •Prevention is more cost-effective than intervention; •Organizational capacity is needed to deliver excellent programs; •Collaboration is often the most efficient way to deliver services. To reach our goals, the Foundation funds grants to improve the capacity of nonprofit organizations and to support innovative, new or existing programs and services that address a documented community need.
  5. 5. PRIORITY FUNDING AREAS FOR COLLIER COUNTY Grants will focus on increasing the number of citizens who: •Engage in community life, the arts and/or conserving the environment; •Succeed in programs that provide education and workforce training; •Access services that meet basic needs; •Receive adequate health and mental health services.
  6. 6. PRIORITY FUNDING AREAS FOR COLLIER COUNTY Also, grants which make it possible for: •More women and girls to receive services that address their unmet needs; •More nonprofits to have resources available to follow best practices as they deliver needed programs.
  7. 7. A FOCUS ON IMPORTANT VITAL SIGNS IN 2014 Within each priority funding area, we have identified indicators of community well-being that are measures of need in Collier County. Although we collect and share more than 140 community vital signs, twelve areas of need have been identified as priorities in 2013 - 2014.
  8. 8. A FOCUS ON IMPORTANT VITAL SIGNS IN 2014 •Access to mental health services; •Programs to close the achievement gap between white, black and Hispanic students; •Transportation for low-income seniors, people with disabilities, and for children and teens to participate in out-of-school-time opportunities; •Prevention of childhood obesity; •Nonprofit leadership and collaboration;
  9. 9. A FOCUS ON IMPORTANT VITAL SIGNS IN 2014 •Increased multi-cultural awareness and volunteerism; •Affordable housing and rent for families living near poverty level; •Identification of and assistance for impoverished female-headed households with children ages five and under; •Prevention of adult- and child-abuse offenses; •Access to programs that foster accreditation enhancement and certification of childcare services;
  10. 10. A FOCUS ON IMPORTANT VITAL SIGNS IN 2014 •Programs to increase students’ access to college and workforce training; •Prevention of teen births to girls 18 and under. To address areas of need, the Community Foundation will collaborate with donors, area grantmakers and nonprofits, to become a clearinghouse and knowledge center of philanthropic needs and resources.
  11. 11. COMMUNITY DEMOGRAPHICS
  12. 12. COMMUNITY DEMOGRAPHICS SNAPSHOT Description Collier FL Population (percent change in 2 years) 332,427 (3.4%) 19,317,568 (2.7%) 2012 estimates, American Fact Finder, US Census Percent Hispanic Latino 26.2% 23.2% 2012 American Fact Finder, US Census 7.1% 16.6% 2012 American Fact Finder, US Census 19.0% 20.7% 2012 American Fact Finder, US Census 28.2% 18.2% 2012 American Fact Finder, US Census Percent Black Under age 18 65 Years and older Change in 5 years Data Notes
  13. 13. VITAL SIGNS Indicators of Community Need And Priority Areas of Funding Healthy Vital Sign Under Observation Vital Sign Needs Immediate Assistance Vital Sign *In Comparison with state and national data
  14. 14. BASIC NEEDS
  15. 15. BASIC NEEDS SNAPSHOT Description Poverty rate /# of people Average annual earnings per worker (earned income) Unemployment Rate Children Eligible for subsidized Lunch Foreclosures Comparison Collier FL 16.2% /52,583 17% /3,178,155 US Data Notes 16% 2011 estimates, US Census and 2011 USDA $39,780 $40,940 $45,790 May 2012 Bureau of Labor Statistics 7.5% 7.4% (not-seasonally adjusted) (not-seasonally adjusted) 7.3% (seasonally adjusted) 9/2013 Bureau of Labor Statistics 63% 49% n/a CCPS - Robert Wood Johnson n/a 2013 September RealtyTrac 1 in 954 1 in 406
  16. 16. BASIC NEEDS HOMELESSNESS Number of homeless adults in Collier County: Number of homeless children in Collier County Public Schools : Demand for Rental Assistance (% of 211 calls): Cost Burdened Households: (%;# households paying more than 30% of income for housing, 2009) (%;# households paying more than 50% of income for housing, 2009) 2012 Poverty threshold for family of four: 100% Federal Poverty Guideline Homeless count data from 2013 Homeless Fact Sheet, Hunger and Homeless Coalition of Collier County. 211 data compiled Sources: Homeless count data from 2013 Homeless Fact Housing data from Florida Housing Data Clearinghouse, 2009. See source guide from Community Foundation reports. Sheet, Hunger and Homeless Coalition of Collier County. 211 data compiled from Community Foundation reports. Housing data from Florida Housing Data Clearinghouse, 2009. US Dept. H&HS, 2012. for additional details.
  17. 17. BASIC NEEDS NUTRITION Food insecurity rate and # people – CC; FL; US: (People reporting reduced quality/desirability of diet or insufficient amounts of food) Number of students that qualify for Free or Reduced Lunch in Collier County Schools Number of food pantries and emergency food services in Collier county: (Programs that distribute food to people in emergency situations) Sources: Food insecurity rate information from Map the Meal Gap study by Feeding America. Free & Reduced Lunch – CCPS Distrct Proflie 2013. Food pantry information from Collier 211.
  18. 18. BASIC NEEDS ABUSE Child Abuse Offenses: Number of Collier County children subjects of maltreatment reports, Oct 2011- Sep 2012 Reported Domestic Violence Offenses: Collier County, 2012 Child Abuse data from Florida Child Welfare Measures, Statistics for Collier County, 2011-2012. Domestic abuse data from Florida’s County and Jurisdictional Reported Domestic Violence Offenses, Domestic abuse data from Florida’s County Sources: Child Abuse data from Florida Child Welfare Measures, Statistics for Collier County, 2011-2012. 2012, Florida Department of Lawand Jurisdictional Reported Domestic Violence Offenses, 2012, Florida Department of Law Enforcement Enforcement
  19. 19. BASIC NEEDS ACCESS TO SERVICES Average daily number of children in foster care 2012 Collier Area Para-transit (CAP) rides projected for disadvantaged population in Collier County in 2013 Collier County’s reported 2012 allocation of budget for human services; Florida 2012 allocation:* *Note: Neither Collier County’s nor Florida’s percentages include Parks and Recreation Sources: DCF Suncoast Region through 2012. Transportation data from Collier Area Paratransit System, Collier County website, 2012. Budget data from 2012 Office of Economic and Demographic Research, Collier County.
  20. 20. BASIC NEEDS COLLIER 211 CALLS Callers’ Needs: Top Service Requests for Collier 211 of last 1600 calls Temporary Financial Assistance, 4 % Employment Assistance, 6 % Legal Healthcare, Assistance, 7 9% % Food and Meals, 11% Sources: Collier 211 data provided by Switchboard, Inc. 2013. Mental Health Support, 5% Housing Assistance, 3 3% Information & Referral, 25 %
  21. 21. BASIC NEEDS NONPROFITS PROVIDING SERVICE Number of Nonprofits Reporting Population Served Other 100 Working Poor 105 Unemployed 69 Special Needs 71 Single Parents 91 Veterans 43 Migrant Families 69 Low-Income Seniors 68 Low-Income Families 135 Homeless 60 0 20 40 60 Sources: Community Foundation of Collier County: Non Profit Resource Directory. 2013. 80 100 120 140 160
  22. 22. Healthcare Services
  23. 23. Healthcare Services SNAPSHOT Description Percent low-birth weight Mental Health Providers Percent of residents without health insurance Percent of residents who are obese Physicians per 100,000 residents Comparison Collier FL US Data Notes 7.4 8.8 8.2 National Vital Statistics 2010 n/a 2012-2013 Florida Health Profile, Health Planning Council of Southwest Florida 15% 2011 ACS 1-year estimates, American Fact Finder, US Census 3797:1 24% 3372:1 21% 35.7% 22.4% 262.8 27.2% 342.0 2011 CDC “Overweight and Obesity” n/a 2012-2013 Florida Health Profile, Health Planning Council of Southwest Florida 2012-2013 Florida Health Profile, Health Planning Council
  24. 24. Healthcare Services ACCESS TO HEALTHCARE Percent; number of persons who could not see a doctor due to cost: Reported vaccine preventable disease cases per 100,000 in Collier County; in Florida: Percent of Collier ER visits in which the patient was uninsured/underinsured: Sources: Health insurance data from 2011 ACS 1-year estimates, American Fact Finder, US Census. Vaccination data from 2012 Vital Statistics, Florida Department of Health. ER data from 2012-2013 Collier County, Florida Health Profile, Health Planning Council of Southwest Florida.
  25. 25. Healthcare Services ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS OBSESITY LEVELS • 16% - Schools with obesity levels of 30-34%: • • • • • • • • Golden Gate Elementary Golden Terrace Elementary Lake Trafford Elementary Mike Davis Elementary Tommie Barfield Shadowlawn Elementary Village Oaks Elementary Golden Gate Middle School • 6% - Schools with obesity levels above 35%: • Manatee Middle School • Pinecrest Elementary • Parkside Elementary Collier County Health Department Childhood Obesity – www.SafeHealthy Children.org 2012
  26. 26. Healthcare Services TEEN PREVENTION PROGRAMS Percent of students age 10-17 surveyed reporting they belonged to a gang in Collier County; in Florida Percent of students age 10-17 surveyed reporting alcohol use in the past 30 days in Collier County; in Florida: Percent of students age 10-17 reporting that bullying caused them to worry; Collier County; in Florida: Teen birth rate per 1000 girls age 15-19 in Collier County; in Florida: Sources: Alcohol use and bullying data from 2012 Florida Youth Substance Abuse Survey of 1202 students, Florida Department of Children and Families. Teen pregnancy data from 2013 County Health Rankings, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
  27. 27. Healthcare Services MENTAL HEALTHCARE Reported average number surveyed of poor mental health days in the past 30 days (days of work missed): Top four needs identified in 2010 NCEF Mental Health Needs Assessment: Sources: Poor mental health days data from 2013 County Health Rankings, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. NCEF Collier County Children’s Mental Health Needs Assessment.
  28. 28. Healthcare Services PROGRAMS FOR THE DISABLED Percent of residents with an ambulatory difficulty: Percent of residents with a self-care difficulty: Percent of residents with an independent living difficulty: Sources: Data from the 2011 American Community Survey, US Census Bureau, US Dept. of Commerce.
  29. 29. Education & Training
  30. 30. Education & Training SNAPSHOT Description Percent of Students receiving a 3 (passing) or higher on the reading FCAT 1) White 2) Black 3) Hispanic Percent of population over 25 who are high school graduates Percent of the workforce age 22 - 34 Graduation Rate (students who graduate in 4 years, excluding special diploma and GED recipients) Comparison Collier FL 1) 73% 2) 37% 3) 45% 1) 68% 2) 37% 3) 52% 86.5% 24.5% 78.4% 85.9% 27.1% 74.5% US Data Notes n/a “Race-based school plan” Naples Daily News October, 2012 85.9% 2011 ACS 1-year estimates, American Fact Finder, US Census n/a Q2, 2012 U.S. Census Quarterly Work force Indicators 78% Kids Count Data Center 2011-2012 School Year. “National High School Graduation Rate…” Washington Post
  31. 31. Education & Training AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS Average weekly cost of before/after-school childcare: Percent of youth aged 10-17 who are in: After-school club School Sports Sports outside of school School Band Percent and number of students needing after-school services in 2010: Sources: Childcare weekly cost data from the 2011-2012 Strategic Planning and Needs Assessment, School District of Collier County. School club data from 2012 Florida Youth Substance Abuse Survey, Florida Department of Children and Families. After-school data from NCEF Metrics of Child Wellbeing 2010
  32. 32. Education & Training EARLY CHILDHOOD PROGRAMS Childcare Organizations in Collier County / Number of children ages 0 – 5 in Collier County VPK Base Student Allocation: (Money received from the state per student in VPK to fund the programs) Children age 0-5 waitlisted for childcare in December 2011: Percent of students who were ready for kindergarten in 2010 who went to VPK; who did not go to VPK: (As determined by the ECHO reading test, implemented in the first 30 days of Kindergarten) Sources: VPK allocation data from FLDOE Funding for VPK and Related Programs, 2013-2014. Childcare waitlist data from Early Learning Coalition, as cited in the 2011-2012 Strategic Planning and Needs Assessment, School District of Collier County. VPK providers data from FLDOE VPK Provider Kindergarten Readiness Rate Website, 2011-2012 SY. Student readiness data from Collier County District Communication and Information Office report, March 2010.
  33. 33. 89 Golden Gate City 34116 10 Borders GG City 34104 9 Manatee 34112 7 Half Day 63 8 3 6 2 0 4 40 School Readiness 10 2 2 1 0 0 2 3 Before School 65 7 2 2 1 0 1 52 After School 57 5 3 4 3 0 8 34 School Year Only 29 4 1 0 3 0 7 14 Transportation 13 3 1 1 0 0 2 6 Food Served 38 6 7 4 2 1 9 9 Infant Care 33 4 6 2 1 1 8 11 Voluntary Pre-K 64 8 6 5 1 1 13 30 Gold Seal Accredited 14 0 0 2 2 1 6 3 16,836 100% 2,745 1,361 1,086 1,106 634 CHILDCARE ORGS Service Option Full Day 2010 Population Under 5 years[ii] Collier County 16% 8% 6% East Naples 34113 34114 3 1 7% 4% Immokalee 34142 16 2,717 16% All Other Collier 43 7,187 43% VPK providers and Childcare waitlist data fromDrop In Care, as Strategic Planning County Source:Assessment, School District of [i] Does not show service categories Night Care, Weekend Care, or 2011-2012 there are none in Collier and Needs Florida Department Collier County. VPK enrollment and http://tinyurl.com/q4ffhyz of Children and Families downloaded June 2013 fromTeaching strategies GOLD data from personal communication with the Early Learning Coalition of Southwest Florida. Source: U.S. Census Bureau FactFinder, 2010 Demographic Profile Data http://tinyurl.com/cjlr39s
  34. 34. Education & Training Education & Training ENHANCING THE CLASSROOM Rank of School District: Number of students in ELL: (English Language Learners) Network computer to student ratio: Narrow Achievement Gap Goal for FCAT Reading Test by 2018 (statewide): Sources: “District Profile” under “Fast Facts”, Collier County Public Schools website. Gap Goal from “Race-based School Plan”
  35. 35. Education & Training AT-RISK ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS Schools that received a “D” rating, 2011-2012: • Parkside • Lake Trafford • Eden Park Schools that received a “C” rating, 2011-2012: • Avalon • Golden Gate • Golden Terrace • Highlands • Pinecrest • Sabal Palm • Village Oaks PERCENTAGE OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS WITH C, D, OR F RATINGS: 34% “District Profile” under “Fast Facts”, Collier County Public Schools website.
  36. 36. FCAT 2.0 scores by elementary schools that are lower than district average Percent students in Grade 4 at Level 3 (passing) or higher, 2013 Elementary Reading Math Avalon 37% 52% Golden Gate 38% 44% Golden Terrace 33% 40% Highlands 33% 46% Pinecrest 29% 46% Sabal Palm 54% 40% Village Oaks 29% 42% Parkside 28% 43% Lake Trafford 33% 48% Eden Park 31% 31% District 55% 60% “District Profile” under “Fast Facts”, Collier County Public Schools website.
  37. 37. Education & Training AT-RISK MIDDLE SCHOOLS Schools that received a “C” rating, 2011-2012: • Immokalee • Manatee PERCENTAGE OF MIDDLE SCHOOLS WITH C, D, OR F RATINGS: “District Profile” under “Fast Facts”, Collier County Public Schools website.
  38. 38. FCAT 2.0 scores by middle schools Percent students in Grade 8 at Level 3 (passing) or higher, 2013 Middle School Reading Math Corkscrew 63% 66% Cypress Palm 50% 50% East Naples 48% 53% Everglades City 29% 35% Golden Gate 45% 41% Gulfview 68% 66% Immokalee 36% 43% Manatee 41% 55% North Naples 72% 80% Oakridge 64% 77% Pine Ridge 72% 79% District 55% 61% “District Profile” under “Fast Facts”, Collier County Public Schools website.
  39. 39. Education & Training AT-RISK HIGH SCHOOLS Schools that received a “C” rating, 2011-2012: • Golden Gate Schools that received an “F” • Lorenzo Walker rating, 2011-2012: • Immokalee • Everglades City “District Profile” under “Fast Facts”, Collier County Public Schools website.
  40. 40. FCAT 2.0 scores by high school Percent students in Grade 10 at Level 3 (passing) or higher, 2013 High School Reading Math Barron Collier 69% 70% Everglades 43% 50% Golden Gate 41% 50% Gulf Coast 74% 77% Immokalee 30% 44% Lely 44% 57% Lorenzo Walker 55% 72% Marco Island Academy 57% 39% Naples 63% 59% Palmetto Ridge 59% 61% District 55% 71% “District Profile” under “Fast Facts”, Collier County Public Schools website.
  41. 41. College Readiness High School % Students taking the SAT Critical Reading Math Writing Barron Collier 79% 519 532 502 Everglades 75% 453 435 403 Golden Gate 47% 438 442 425 Gulf Coast 73% 508 517 488 Immokalee 33% 389 402 394 Lely 45% 475 487 462 Lorenzo Walker 67% 443 449 424 Naples 77% 511 514 497 Palmetto Ridge 69% 490 482 464 491 497 474 District Champions for Learning 2012 report
  42. 42. Education & Training LITERACY PROGRAMS Percent of students for whom English is not their first language: Percent of population not proficient in English, Collier County; FL: Percent of students who live in non-English speaking homes Sources: English as first language percentage data from Collier County Schools District Profile Fast Facts 2013. RWJ County health Report 2013.
  43. 43. Education & Training CONTINUING EDUCATION Number of students who graduated from High School in 2013: Post-secondary education: Residents 18-24 years with at least some college education, Bachelor’s, or higher SAT test participation rate, Seniors 2012: ACT test participation rate, Seniors 2012: Percent of students who completed the FAFSA in Collier County; Florida 12th grade students, 2012-2013 academic year *NOTE: ACT participation may have increased due to the School District’s decision to allow students who meet a benchmark ACT score to opt out of the FCAT requirement for graduation. As a result, this may not accurately reflect the percentage of students who are college-bound. Sources: CCPS Fast Facts 2013. Secondary education enrollment from 2011 ACS 1-year estimates, American Fact Finder, US Census Bureau. SAT and ACT participation rate data from District Test Results, Collier County Public Schools website. FAFSA data from Collier County Goal 2025 Report, Florida C.A.N., August 2012
  44. 44. Community, Arts & Environment
  45. 45. Community, Arts & Environment SNAPSHOT Description Percent employed in Arts, Design, Entertainment, Sports, and Media [Median Wage] Number of nonprofits in Community, Arts and Culture Animal/Environment Comparison Collier FL US .0101% .0118% .0134% [$42,930.72] [$39,257.72] [$44,529.73] 74 4,284 104,786 Percent of land in conservation 68% 27% n/a Percent of income given to philanthropy and median contribution 4.4% $3,201 4.6% $2,610 4.7% $2,564 Data Notes 2013 OES Wage Survey Data, Florida Research and Economic Information Database Application (FREIDA) 2013 National Center for Charitable Statistics at the Urban Institute February 2013 Acres of Conservation Land, Florida Natural Areas Inventory 2012 “How America Gives”, The Chronicle of Philanthropy
  46. 46. Community, Arts & Environment ACCESS TO ARTS & ENVIRONMENT Number of local artists and entertainers: Number of nonprofit arts resources/programs in Collier County: Number of nonprofit environmental resources/programs in Collier County : Number of endangered/threatened species in FL: Sources: Artist and gallery/studio data from personal communication with the Executive Director of the United Arts Council of Collier County, 2013. Endangered/threatened species data from “Florida’s Endangered and Threatened Species”, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, 2013, Arts and Environment Resources from CFCC Directory of Collier Nonprofits, 2013
  47. 47. Community, Arts & Environment VOLUNTEERISM Number of Volunteers in the CCPS system: 4,800 Percent of Floridians who volunteer: Percent of Collier County Nonprofits reporting 100 or more volunteers: Percent of Floridians who trust most of the people in their neighborhood: Sources: Volunteering and neighbor data from Volunteering and Civic Life in America, Corporation for National and Community Service, The Federal Agency for Service and Volunteering, 2011.
  48. 48. Community, Arts & Environment ACCESS TO SERVICES Resources available for 211 referral: Number One reason students cannot participate in programs promoting arts and environment: Regular fare - public transportation (CAT): Time of operations : 6am – 7pm Sources: 211 data from Collier 211 program, Community Foundation of Collier County. United Arts Council 2013. CAT data from “Fare Information”, Collier County Government website, 2013.
  49. 49. Women & Girls
  50. 50. Women & Girls SNAPSHOT Description Compare Collier FL US Data Notes 2010 American Community Survey, The Status of Women in Southwest Florida Percent of girls under 5 living in poverty 12.5% 14.5% 9.5% Percent of births covered by Medicaid Emergency 26.3% 8.2% n/a Female : Male earnings ratio for same job Percent of children under 18 cared for by grandparents 88% ~5% 78.6% 12% 77% 10.5% Florida Charts 2011 2010 US Census report, The Status of Women in Southwest Florida National and Statewide AARP GrandFacts, ProximityOne Collier County School District
  51. 51. Women & Girls DISADVANTAGED WOMEN & GIRLS Teen birth rate per 1000 girls age 15-19 in Collier County; in Florida: Percentage of female-headed households receiving food stamps/SNAP in Collier County; in Florida: Percentage of women over 18 with only a high school diploma or equivalent in Collier County; in Florida: Sources: Data from The Status of Women in Southwest Florida Report, 2012
  52. 52. Women & Girls WOMEN AS CAREGIVERS Number of female-headed households with own children 5 and under: Percentage of female-headed households in poverty that have children 5 and under: Sources: Data from The Status of Women in Southwest Florida Report, 2012
  53. 53. Women & Girls AT-RISK SENIOR WOMEN For every $100 received by men in monthly social security benefits, women receive: Percent of adults over 65 years old who are women: Sources: Data from The Status of Women in Southwest Florida Report, 2012
  54. 54. Women & Girls HEALTHCARE NEEDS Percent of women who had a mammogram in the past year in Collier County; in Florida: Births to new mothers who report smoking during pregnancy: Percent of women who don’t receive prenatal care during the first trimester: Sources: Data from The Status of Women in Southwest Florida Report, 2012
  55. 55. Indicators of community well-being are constantly changing. We invite you to contribute data to our initiative. Basic Needs Community, Arts, & Environment Healthcare Services Education & Training Women & Girls Mary George | Vice President Community Grantmaking 2400 Tamiami Trail N., DIRECT LINKS TO SOURCES, 34103 SEE OUR SOURCE GUIDE FOR MORE INFORMATION ON ANDSuite 300 | Naples, Florida |PLEASE| 239.649.5000

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