Jason Foundation, Inc.
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Hendersonville, TN 37075
Organization Details

Fiscal Year

Fiscal Year Start

01/01/2024

Fiscal Year End

12/31/2024

Projected Revenue

$13,446,250.00

Projected Expenses

$13,408,116.00

Organizational Budgets and Other Documents

jason foundation 2024 budget 2024
Jason Foundation 2023 Budget 2023
Jason Foundation 2022 Budget 2022
Jason Foundation 2021 Budget 2021
Jason Foundation 2020 Budget 2020
Jason Foundation 2019 Budget 2019
Jason Foundation 2018 Budget 2018
Jason Foundation 2017 Budget 2017
Jason Foundation 2016 Budget 2016
Jason Foundation 2015 Budget 2015
Jason Foundation 2014 Budget 2014
Jason Foundation 2013 Budget 2013
jason foundation 2012 budget 2012
jason foundation 2011 budget 2011
jason foundation 2010 budget 2010
jason foundation 2009 budget 2009
jason foundation 2008 budget 2008
jason foundation 2007 budget 2007
jason foundation 2006 budget 2006

IRS Letter of Exemption

501c3

Detailed Financials

Revenue and Expenses
Fiscal Year202320222021
Total Revenue $2,345,918.00$2,680,079.00$2,552,237.00
Total Expenses $2,245,051.00$2,481,763.00$1,786,369.00
Revenue Less Expenses $100,867.00$198,316.00$765,868.00

Revenue Sources
Fiscal Year202320222021
Foundation and Corporation Contributions $0.00$0.00$0.00
Government - Federal $0.00$0.00$0.00
Government - State $0.00$0.00$0.00
Government - Local $0.00$0.00$0.00
Government - Unspecified $670,780.00$773,835.00$631,343.00
Contributions, Gifts, and Grants $587,877.00$805,765.00$724,799.00
Indirect Public Support $0.00$0.00$0.00
Earned Revenue $791,700.00$880,191.00$907,083.00
Investment Income, Net of Losses $100,906.00$15,302.00$6,497.00
Membership Dues $0.00$0.00$0.00
Special Events $179,296.00$193,036.00$256,499.00
Revenue In-Kind $15,227.00$11,950.00$26,016.00
Other $132.00$0.00$0.00

Expense Allocation
Fiscal Year202320222021
Program Expense $2,054,047.00$2,278,474.00$1,608,318.00
Administration Expense $148,451.00$161,928.00$141,413.00
Fundraising Expense $42,553.00$41,361.00$36,638.00
Total Revenue/Total Expenses 104%108%143%
Program Expense/Total Expenses 91%92%90%
Fundraising Expense/Contributed Revenue 2%2%2%

Top Funding Sources
Fiscal Year202320222021
Top Funding Source & Dollar Amount Program Revenue
$791,700.00
Program Revenue
$880,191.00
Program Revenue
$907,083.00
Second Highest Funding Source & Dollar Amount Government Grants
$670,780.00
Contributions, Gifts, and Grants
$805,765.00
Contributions, Gifts, Grants
$724,799.00
Third Highest Funding Source & Dollar Amount Contributions, Gifts, and Grants
$587,877.00
Government Grants
$773,835.00
Government Grants
$631,343.00

Assets and Liabilities
Fiscal Year202320222021
Total Assets $4,906,517.00$4,787,544.00$4,776,869.00
Current Assets $1,949,436.00$1,794,333.00$3,737,407.00
Long-Term Liabilities $0.00$0.00$192,160.00
Current Liabilities $272,339.00$248,039.00$243,520.00
Total Net Assets $4,634,178.00$4,539,505.00$4,341,189.00

Endowment Info

Do you have an endowment?

No

Capital Campaign Info

Are you currently in a Capital Campaign?

No

Do you anticipate a campaign in the next 5 years?

No

Solicitation Permit Info

State Charitable Solicitations Permit

Yes

Permit Expiration Month

June

Permit Expiration Year

2024

Form 990s

Jason Foundation 2023 990 2023
Jason Foundation 2022 990 2022
Jason Foundation 2021 990 2021
Jason Foundation 2020 990 2020
Jason Foundation 2019 990 2019
Jason Foundation 2018 990 2018
Jason Foundation 2017 990 2017
Jason Foundation 2016 990 2016
Jason Foundation 2015 990 2015
Jason Foundation 2014 990 2014
Jason Foundation 2013 990 2013
Jason Foundation 2012 990 2012
Jason Foundation 2011 990 2011
jason foundation 2010 990 2010
jason foundation 2009 990 2009
jason foundation 2008 990 2008
jason foundation 2007 990 2007
jason foundation 2006 990 2006
jason foundation 2005 990 2005

Audit Documents

Jason Foundation 2023 Audit 2023
Jason Foundation 2022 Audit 2022
Jason Foundation 2021 Audit 2021
Jason Foundation 2020 Audit 2020
Jason Foundation 2019 Audit 2019
Jason Foundation 2018 Audit 2018
Jason Foundation 2017 Audit 2017
Jason Foundation 2016 Audit 2016
Jason Foundation 2015 Audit 2015
Jason Foundation 2014 Audit 2014
Jason Foundation 2013 Audit 2013
Jason Foundation 2012 Audit 2012
Jason Foundation 2011 Audit 2011
jason foundation 2010 audit 2010
jason foundation 2009 audit 2009
jason foundation 2008 audit 2008
jason foundation 2007 audit 2007
jason foundation 2006 audit 2006
jason foundation 2005 audit 2005

CEO/Executive Director/Board Comments


Greatest Opportunity Due to the fact that The Jason Foundation, Inc. (JFI) is almost 27 years in existence and now recognized as a National Leader in youth suicide awareness and prevention, JFI has established a well-respected reputation for sound clinical based programs and resources. This has enabled JFI to increase its impact both in Tennessee and nationally. Our greatest impact opportunity lies within legislation began in Tennessee in 2007 - The Jason Flatt Act. The Jason Flatt Act is a legislative initiative that works within a state's in-service and certification programs for educators to require that training in youth suicide awareness and prevention. Between 2007 to 2022, twenty-one states passed a version of The Jason Flatt Act impacting hundreds of thousands of educators and millions of students. Although the legislation does not specify any specific training program to be utilized (only approved by that state's Department of Education), The Jason Foundation in 2023 provided training for over 185,090 trainings. This opportunity to pass The Jason Flatt Act in additional states and increase our number of educators trained by JFI has become our greatest opportunity to impact suicide prevention. From our beginning, The Jason Foundation, Inc. (JFI) did not want economics or "lack of funds" by a school or youth organization to prevent any student, educator or community from receiving JFI's programs and resources. Our "no-charge" policy was easy to maintain in 1997 and the first few years when our numbers reached were in the hundreds to low thousands. However, with our numbers reaching now consistently over 4+ million each year, raising funding support that allows JFI to continue its "no-charge" policy is a growing and ever-pressing challenge. JFI has to raise support that not only allows us expansion to new schools, youth organizations and communities opportunities across the nation each year but also raise funds that will help underwrite and support current programs and resources that are part of our continuing base of "clients" such as the over 650 schools just in Tennessee that each year is updated on their materials and resources.

Foundation Staff Comments


Financial figures are taken from the 990. Financial documents completed by Blankenship, CPA Group, PLLC. Comments provided by Hayley Sulfridge 5/17/24.