VITAL SIGNS
Indicators of Community Need
STRATEGIC GRANTMAKING GOALS
1. INFORM the philanthropic community,
2. RESPOND through grantmaking to support
needed nonpro...
PRIORITY AREAS OF FUNDING
PRIORITY AREAS OF FUNDING

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON AND DIRECT LINKS TO SOURCES, PLEASE SEE OUR S...
Community Needs
1. Multicultural awareness and volunteerism;
2. Access to college and workforce training;
3. Assistance fo...
COMMUNITY DEMOGRAPHICS
SNAPSHOT
Description

Change in 5
years

Collier

FL

Data Notes

Population Size

332,427

19,317,...
Basic Needs
SNAPSHOT
Description
Poverty rate
/# of people
Average annual
earnings per
worker (earned
income)
Unemployment...
Healthcare and Mental Health
SNAPSHOT
Description
Percent low-birth
weight

Mental Health
Providers
Percent of
residents w...
Education & Workforce Training
SNAPSHOT
Description
Percent of Students
receiving a 3 (passing) or
higher on FCAT reading
...
Community, Arts & Environment
SNAPSHOT
Description
Percent employed in Arts,
Design, Entertainment,
Sports, and Media
[Med...
Women & Girls
SNAPSHOT
Description

Compare

Collier

FL

US

Data Notes
2010 American
Community Survey,
The Status of Wom...
Nonprofits Serving Collier County
SNAPSHOT
Collier County Start-Ups

Number of Nonprofits = 205

100
80

Other, 12%,

60
4...
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Community Foundation of Collier County Vital Signs_Recap

  1. 1. VITAL SIGNS Indicators of Community Need
  2. 2. STRATEGIC GRANTMAKING GOALS 1. INFORM the philanthropic community, 2. RESPOND through grantmaking to support needed nonprofit programs 3. COLLABORATE with donors and others to significantly impact highest priority needs.
  3. 3. PRIORITY AREAS OF FUNDING PRIORITY AREAS OF FUNDING FOR MORE INFORMATION ON AND DIRECT LINKS TO SOURCES, PLEASE SEE OUR SOURCE GUIDEPRIORITY • Engagement in Arts & Environment • Education & Training • Basic Needs • Healthcare & Mental Health • Unmet Needs of Women & Girls
  4. 4. Community Needs 1. Multicultural awareness and volunteerism; 2. Access to college and workforce training; 3. Assistance for low income senior women and female-headed households with children; 4. Affordable housing and rent; 5. Access to mental health services; 6. Nonprofit Leadership.
  5. 5. COMMUNITY DEMOGRAPHICS SNAPSHOT Description Change in 5 years Collier FL Data Notes Population Size 332,427 19,317,568 2012 estimates, American Fact Finder, US Census Percent Hispanic Latino 26.2% 23.2% 2012 American Fact Finder, US Census Percent Black 7.1% 16.6% 2012 American Fact Finder, US Census Under age 18 19.0% 20.7% 2012 American Fact Finder, US Census 65 Years and older 28.2% 18.2% 2012 American Fact Finder, US Census
  6. 6. 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 $39,780 7.5% $40,940 7.4% US Data Notes 16% 2011 estimates, US Census and 2011 USDA $45,790 May 2012 Bureau of Labor Statistics 7.3% 9/2013 Bureau of Labor Statistics 63% 49% n/a CCPS - Robert Wood Johnson 2013 1 in 467 1 in 332 n/a 2013 October RealtyTrac
  7. 7. Healthcare and Mental Health 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
  8. 8. Education & Workforce Training SNAPSHOT Description Percent of Students receiving a 3 (passing) or higher on FCAT reading 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
  9. 9. 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
  10. 10. 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
  11. 11. Nonprofits Serving Collier County SNAPSHOT Collier County Start-Ups Number of Nonprofits = 205 100 80 Other, 12%, 60 40 Government Funding, 23 %, 20 Retail Sales, 2%, 0 1948 1969 1970 1979 1980 1989 1990 1999 2000 today Nonprofit Revenues $533,379,987 Size and Management 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 67 29 25 11 25 Investment Income, 3%, 43 Special Events, 10%, Donations, 3 3%, *Community Foundation's Nonprofit Resource Directory June 2013 Program Service Fees, 16%,

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