How Our Money is Used

Operating with Fiscal Responsibility

The Cerebral Palsy Center is licensed by the State of California and has a contract with the Regional Center of the East Bay (RCEB) to provide services to persons with developmental disabilities. RCEB refers individuals to the Center and RCEB case managers monitor their needs and progress.  The CP Center operates in strict compliance with the licensing requirements, reimbursement regulations, program operations and other state regulations.

Revenue Sources for 2013

Revenue Sources for 2013

The CP Center is also supported financially by the Mary Valle Foundation, which exists for the sole purpose of supporting services and meeting the needs of people with cerebral palsy and other developmental disabilities.  The Mary Valle Foundation owns the CP Center’s building, which is dedicated solely to our use.  The Foundation supplements the Center’s budget annually because funding from RCEB and the State of California is inadequate.

Nearly 90% of our funds go directly to participant programs

The CP Center keeps its administrative and general operating costs – including fundraising – as low as possible. In Fiscal Year 2013, 87.1% of our annual budget was spent on programs and services that directly benefit our participants. Administrative and general operating expenses were just 9% of our annual budget while fund development accounted for 3.9%.
Distribution of Expenses for 2013

Distribution of Expenses for 2013

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