IMPACT

REPORT

A NOTE

FROM ADRIANE

2019 presented the opportunity to deliver our signature program, YouthConnect, in our six markets for the first time. Focused on working with those with whom we could have the most impact, we served 93% youth of color and 18% of our participants were experiencing homelessness or housing instability. Our program innovations ensure we can support our most vulnerable youth — those transitioning from the foster care or juvenile justice systems. 


Never has it been more clear that Juma is unique in creating a supportive work environment — a supportive first job experience — for youth who need it the most. Over our 26 year history, this has been our core, with nearly 9,000 youth getting the chance to earn their first paycheck and learn what it means to be part of the Juma family.


And while our program model and results speak for themselves — what I find most meaningful are the stories of youth like Lizbeth and Steven, who through Juma, found their own voices. These youth are our future and give us hope. Thank you for supporting Juma, and investing in our future.

YOUTH DEMOGRAPHICS

79%

14%

18%

17%

are low-income

have been involved in the Foster Care system

have experienced temporary housing or homelessness

have been involved in the juvenile or criminal justice system

other

22%

female

african american/black

45%

42%

WHITE

7%

male

asian

53%

14%

hispanic/latinx

transgender &

gender nonconforming

15%

2%

MEET LIZBETH

Juma was a turning point for Lizbeth, who had been afraid to seek a job because she was young and inexperienced. Fortunately, she heard that Juma was just for young people and decided to apply. Soon, Lizbeth was earning and learning skills that would prepare her for a bright future. “At school I usually did all of my work alone because I wanted to do it right,” she explains. “But at Juma I had to learn teamwork—if you don’t use teamwork you can’t get the job done. Eventually my team became my friends outside of work too."


At Juma, Lizbeth gained confidence and skills. her Program Coordinator connected her to Gap's This Way Ahead Program where she could continue to learn and grow. One day, she hopes to be a Social Worker, but in the meantime, she's glad to have a supportive team behind her helping her to reach for her goals. "I’ve met so many people. I never could’ve done it without Juma,” says Lizbeth. “I am also a first generation immigrant and Juma has given me the confidence to express myself and be proud of who I am and where I come from.”


EARNING & LEARNING

2019 IN

111

NUMBERS

Hours of on-the-job training per youth on Avg.

$1,396

710

Youth Served

Avg. Wages Earned

Hours of Training Delivered

78,000

Paid in Youth Wages

$991K

Hours of Training Delivered

On-the-Job Training

Career/Connect

Activities

18 Hours

54 Hours

254 Hours

OF WORKSHOPS

Job

Readiness

Financial

Capability

126 Hours

56 Hours

ON-THE-JOB TRAINING

JOB READINESS SKILLS

FINANCIAL CAPABILITY

CAREER EXPLORATION & CONNECTION

Customer Service

Problem Solving

Teamwork 

Communication

Resume Writing

Interviewing

Budgeting

Saving

Credit

JumaEXPLORES Career 

and College Tours

JumaLINK 

53%

Without Juma, I wouldn’t have $20 in my wallet right now. I was able to realize that there are a lot of responsibilities I have to handle and I learned to save.

of youth opted for direct deposit with help from juma staff and

local banking partners

-Devoshar from Sacramento

SINCE 1993

8,903

$12 Million

$38.4 Million

YOUTH EMPLOYED

YOUTH WAGES

ENTERPRISE REVENUE

2019 FINANCIALS

DEVELOPMENT

REVENUE

$2,656,868

FUNDING BY SOURCE

64.6%

TOTAL REVENUE

ENTERPRISE

REVENUE

$6,704,197

35.3%

$821,368

$572,750

$421,237

$264,581

OTHER

FOUNDATION

GOVERNMENT

CORPORATE

EVENT

INDIVIDUAL

.1%

PROGRAMMING

61%

NOTE ON FINANCIALS:

61% of spending is on direct program costs, including expenses to conduct youth programming (job wages, workshop costs, scholarships, etc) and related staff expenses. Evaluation activities are also included in this category. 20% of spending is to support fundraising efforts, and the remaining 19% covers administration and overhead costs, including rent, utilities, insurance, and audit.

LINK TO FULL FINANCIAL STATEMENT TO FOLLOW SHORTLY

DEVELOPMENT

20%

TOTAL SPENDING

$6,572,410

ADMINISTRATION

19%

 "I want to make something I’m proud of. I was very indecisive before Juma but after six months at Juma I realized I want to connect with people. I want to hear their stories and relate to them or help them in any way I can.

I WANT TO BE THE VOICE OF THE VOICELESS."

STEVEN C., 2019 JUMA YOUTH

GET INVOLVED

JOIN OUR MAILING LIST

VOLUNTEER

BECOME AN EMPLOYER PARTNER

DONATE

SERVE ON A LOCAL ADVISORY BOARD

SERVE ON THE YOUNG PROFESSIONALS BOARD

THANK YOU

TO OUR AMAZING SUPPORTERS

Copyright © 2020. All rights reserved.