Las Trampas prides itself on fiscal responsibility to assure that services to the people served by the agency will continue far into the future. As non-profit serving adults with developmental disabilities, our primary funding source is the Regional Center of the East Bay, funded by the California Department of Developmental Services. Thus, most of our funding is dependent upon state and Federal programs. With such funding increasingly in question, we rely on donations and community support to bridge the gap between State-mandated rates for services and the increased costs of providing quality services.
Our fiscal year starts on July 1st of each year and continues to the following year ending on June 30th to align with the State of California’s fiscal year and our primary funding sources. Each year, Las Trampas engages an independent auditor to review our financial information and our accounting practices and prepare and submit our annual tax return. This audit usually takes 4 to 5 months to complete after the fiscal year’s closure. Information will be updated upon its completion.
Below, you will be able to review key financial information for the most recently ended fiscal year of which an audit has been completed.
2019-2020 Financial Information
Audited Financial Information for Fiscal Year Ending 06/30/2020
Total revenue equaled $8,229,735. The following outlines our funding sources:
- Tuition and Fees – $5,276,477
- Investment and Other Revenues – $327,022
- Sale of Properties – $1,776,036
- Contributions – $232,848
- Fundraising Events – $44,462
- Grants – $559,340
- In-Kind Contributions – $13,550
FUNCTIONAL EXPENSES BY CATEGORY
Total expenses equaled $6,125,671. The following outlines the segments where these funds were spent by programs, administration, and fundraising:
- Program Services – $5,006,079
- General and Administrative – $867,323
- Fundraising – $252,269
Click on the links below for the full financial audit and form 990.
We are pleased to share with you our Strategic Plan adopted by the Board of Directors on June 23, 2021.
The Las Trampas strategic plan provides a roadmap for participant support, services, and organization development. This plan is designed as a guide for implementing actions to be taken by key staff, directors, and the Board of Directors and shall be reviewed minimally on an annual basis.
The document is not meant to be all-inclusive, and details of action-oriented items are maintained by key staff, committee chairs, and the Board of Directors.
The Board of Directors may make modifications based on the changing needs of the organization. Las Trampas will evaluate both the challenges and opportunities it is likely to face over the following years and sets the context for the choices reflected in this strategic plan as we continue to be driven by our mission statement.
We look forward to working with our stakeholders and you, our supporters, to ensure a bright future for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities in Central Contra Costa County!
Impact Report for Fiscal Year 2020/2021
Dear Las Trampas Donors, Families, and Friends,
What a year this has been! I want to extend my sincere thanks for your commitment to acceptance, inclusion, and respect for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities for whom we serve. This has been an unprecedented year, and together with your support, we have made a difference.
I am honored to share with you our 2020/2021 Impact Report of our organization. It has been a historic year amidst the unexpected challenges; there has been much to celebrate and be thankful for.
Our team’s innovation to ensure continuity of high-quality program and services during the COVID-19 pandemic allowed us to immediately pivot all our in-person programming to engaging virtual formats of online classes, weekly activity packets, and remote support for independent and supported living—the team, ensuring the continuity of services for the individuals and families.
We made sure no one went hungry; we delivered food, medication, Personal Protection Equipment, and supplies daily. We were also able to stay steady with the renovation of our soon-to-be state-of-the-art new campus in Lafayette, which is scheduled to be completed in fall 2021. It has been incredible to look back on everything we accomplished together!
Broad individual and community support make our work possible. Thank you for being part of the Las Trampas family and inspiring inclusion in our community.
Your support and time have made a difference in the lives of the individuals and families we serve. We are better together and better with you.
Daniel L. Hogue