YouthFront

Kansas City, KS

Founded: 1943

Tel: (913) 262-3900

Website: http://youthfront.com

Top LeaderRev. Mike King

Donor Contact: Ms. Lisen Tammeus Mann

Member Since: May 2, 1990


Financial Data

Revenue  
   Cash Donations $1,680,886
   Noncash Donations $0
   Other Revenue $1,030,270
   Total Revenue $2,711,156
Expenses  
   Total Expenses $3,523,726
Excess (or Deficit)
   for the Year
$-812,570
Other $0
Total Change
   in Net Assets
$-812,570
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Total Assets $7,083,081
Total Liabilities $1,872,289
Net Assets $5,210,792
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Founded in 1943, Youthfront is a community committed to creating holistic, missional, environments for Christian formation. Whether at our summer camps in Edgerton and La Cygne, KS, our base in Croc, Mexico, or our work in the Argentine district of Kansas City, KS, we work to bring youth into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ. We do this through innovative and unique programs such as Something to Eat, a crisis response, meal packaging program that binds together the privileged and the poor, or Missional Journeys, a community development based program that takes place in an under resourced neighborhood in Kansas City, KS. Youthfront also provides resources and training to parents and youth pastors. As the Church seeks to find ways to cooperate with God's mission to restore the world, Youthfront is passionately committed to assisting in this endeavor.

With our camp scholarship program, young people from all socio-economic backgrounds can have the opportunity to attend camp and experience God in a fun, relaxed, and formational environment.
Your donation goes toward investing in our mission to bring youth into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ. Your general fund donation may be used for things such as: fixing a leaky roof in a cabin, air conditioning for classrooms at Imagine: Argentine, storing costs for Something to Eat meals, or buying sports equipment for our summer camps. General fund donations are crucial to our existence.
Something to Eat is a crisis response meal packaging program that binds together the privileged and the poor. This powerful spiritual formation tool has already helped thousands of students package more than half a million nutritious meals to be sent to hungry children. Just 20 cents allows a student the funds to package one meal.
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  • Student and Youth (primary)
  • Community Development
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  • Missions: Domestic
  • Camps and Conferences
  • Education: K-12
  • Missions: International
  • Missions: Short-Term
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