2016 ANNUAL REPORT  |  15 14  |  HANNA BOYS CENTER STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES HANNA BY THE NUMBERS JULY 1, 2015 TO JUNE 30, 2016 WHERE THE MONEY CAME FROM WHERE HANNA BOYS COME FROM BOYS COMING TO HANNA 50% Experienced four or more childhood adversities 60% Come from single-parent households 56% Have an identified learning disorder 50% Read below grade level at enrollment 50% Have experienced emotional abuse 33% Have experienced the death of a parent or close family member 18% Have spent time living outside their home 25% Have challenges with substance abuse 17% Are living with someone other than parents 100+ Boys living at Hanna at any given time 65 Boys joined the Hanna family last year 4,096 Boys and their families served by Hanna since 1945 198 Applications requested in 2016 6:1 Ratio of students to child care professionals in Hanna residences 7:1 Ratio of students to teachers in Hanna classrooms 175 Alumni in touch with Hanna Follow-On in 2016 with an average of 3 contacts each 26 Hanna alumni currently serving in the U.S. Armed Forces 1,000+ Youth-serving professionals trained OTHER NOTABLE STATISTICS WHERE THE MONEY GOES ENDOWMENT DRAW $7,578,148 WILLS & BEQUESTS $4,368,568 DONATIONS & EVENTS $1,802,337 TUITION & OTHER INCOME $216,890 JULY 1, 2015 TO JUNE 30, 2016 RACIAL & ETHNIC DIVERSITY 40% Hispanic/ Latino 5% Asian/Pacific Islander 3% Other 4% 2 or more 36% Caucasian 12% African American CARE & EDUCATION $10,941,029 ADMINISTRATION & SUPPORT $1,879,837 DEVELOPMENT & MARKETING $1,145,077 98% 24% 12% 98% 24% 12% Pay $500 or less in annual tuition to Hanna Have annual household incomes below poverty level Are households on public assistance HANNA FAMILIES FINANCIALS 49% Sonoma County 9% Alameda County 8% Solano County 5% Contra Costa County 5% Sacramento County 4% Napa County 3% Marin County 3% San Francisco County 2% Los Angeles County 2% San Joaquin County 7% Other California counties 3% Outside California TOTAL $13,965,943 TOTAL $ 13,965,943