EIN 93-1057956

The Street Trust Community Fund

IRS 501(c) type
501(c)(3)
Num. employees
20
State
Year formed
1990
Most recent tax filings
2020-08-01
NTEE code, primary
Description
The bicycle transportation alliance (The bta) creates healthy, sustainable communities by making bicycling safe, more convenient and more accessible. Bta creates healthy, sustainable communities by making bicycling safe, more convenient & accessible. ...
Also known as...
Bicycle Transportation Alliance

Program areas at The Street Trust Community Fund

Education: The Street Trust educates children, youth, and families to use safe, active transportation to get to and from school and work, and throughout their communities.the safe routes to school bike education program is coordinated by The Street Trust to encourage children, youth, and families to use safe & active transportation to get to and from school and throughout their communities. This program reached 21 schools and 1300 students.the Street Trust bike safety education instructors teach courses in 4th-7th grade classrooms, meeting numerous (continued on sch o)curriculum benchmarks mandated by The state of Oregon. The bicycle safety education program brings resources into schools including a trained instructor, a fleet of bikes, helmets, brochures and pamphlets, safety vests, videos, and other equipment. The Street Trust also trains instructors, coordinates program logistics, and assists with fundraising and volunteer coordination.the Street Trust helps implement and teach The share The road safety class, which focuses on traffic law and safety issues as they relate to bicyclists, pedestrians and motorists needing to share The public right-of-way in a safe and lawful manner.
Encouragement: The Street Trust engages members and The Community in our advocacy, education, and volunteer programs throughout The year. The Street Trust coordinates The statewide bike more challenge, an annual competition among workplaces to see which businesses can get The largest number of employees bicycling to work during The month of may. The Street Trust teaches bike commute workshops at workplaces throughout The portland metro area.at The annual alice awards and auction, The Street Trust recognizes individuals, businesses, agencies, and elected officials who have made(continued on sch o)the Street Trust engages members and The Community in our advocacy, education, and volunteer programs throughout The year. The Street Trust coordinates The statewide bike more challenge, an annual competition among workplaces to see which businesses can get The largest number of employees bicycling to work during The month of may. The Street Trust teaches bike commute workshops at workplaces throughout The portland metro area.at The annual alice awards and auction, The Street Trust recognizes individuals, businesses, agencies, and elected officials who have made a significant contribution to active transportation in their Community. The event is also a fundraiser, providing approximately 10% of The Street Trust's gross revenue. The Street Trust provides a variety of volunteer opportunities and ways to get involved. Street Trust volunteers help coordinate rides and events, assist our bike & pedestrian safety education instructors, provide in-office support for staff, and more.the Street Trust communicates about our advocacy, encouragement, and volunteer programs through our website, e-newsletter, social media, and Community outreach events.
Advocacy: The Street Trust advocates for bicycling, pedestrian, and public transit infrastructure and programs at The local and state level and engages Community members in our advocacy activities. The Street Trust works with local governments and transportation agencies to implement more and better bike, pedestrian, and public transit infrastructure.the Street Trust works with transportation departments, enforcement agencies, and other Community leaders to identify strategies for increasing safety for all road users in an effort to eliminate fatalities and serious injuries on our Community's streets. (continued on sch o)the Street Trust partners with public agencies, nonprofits, public health professionals, and business communities throughout Oregon to build high-level support for increasing funding for active transportation initiatives.the Street Trust advocates at The state legislature for laws that protect safety of all roadway users, expand driver and bicyclist education, institute policies that facilitate walking and biking to school, and increase funding for active transportation. At The regional level, The Street Trust works to integrate active transportation policies into regional transportation planning, develop high-quality planning guidelines, and grow The bicycle trail network connecting urban and natural areas.at The national level, The Street Trust lobbies Oregon senators and representatives in congress to pass federal legislation that supports funding for active transportation and safe routes to school programs.

Form 990s for The Street Trust Community Fund

Fiscal year endingDate received by IRSFormPDF link
2019-082020-08-25990View PDF
2018-082019-10-12990View PDF
2017-082018-09-04990View PDF
2016-082017-08-31990View PDF
2015-082016-10-18990View PDF
...and 6 more Form 990s

Who funds The Street Trust Community Fund

Grants from foundations and other nonprofits
GrantmakerDescriptionAmount
The Oregon Community FoundationPublic Safety, Disaster Services$40,268
 View purchase optionsProject Support$35,000
 View purchase optionsGeneral Support$7,166
...and 2 more grants received

Financials for The Street Trust Community Fund

RevenuesFYE 08/2020
Total grants, contributions, etc.$853,673
Program services$48,002
Investment income and dividends$2,102
Tax-exempt bond proceeds$0
Royalty revenue$0
Net rental income$9,695
Net gain from sale of non-inventory assets$0
Net income from fundraising events$-10,544
Net income from gaming activities$30,775
Net income from sales of inventory$10,907
Miscellaneous revenues$11,980
Total revenues$956,590

Personnel at The Street Trust Community Fund

NameTitleCompensation
Jillian DetweilerExecutive Director$93,885
Greg SutliffFinance Director$52,364
Randy MillerVice Chair$0
 View purchase optionsTreasurer$0
 View purchase optionsChair$0
...and 9 more key personnel

Organizations like The Street Trust Community Fund

OrganizationLocationRevenue
Protect MinnesotaSt Paul, MN$482,761
Bike Walk KCKansas City, MO$1,289,367
Bike East BayOakland, CA$1,316,013
Sonoma County Bicycle CoalitionSanta Rosa, CA$483,731
Walk San Francisco FoundationSan Francisco, CA$767,455
Students Against Destructive DecisionsWashington, DC$1,765,974
contd PartnershipFairfax, VA$1,167,844
Michigan Center for Truck SafetyLansing, MI$861,378
BikeHoustonHouston, TX$343,846
Transportation AlternativesNew York, NY$3,907,222
The Center for Auto SafetyWashington, DC$328,420
Safer New Mexico NowAlbuquerque, NM$2,021,408
National Safety Council (NSC)Itasca, IL$1,222,235
National Council for Occupational Safety and HealthSomerville, MA$721,070
California WalksSacramento, CA$807,760
Marin County Bicycle CoalitionFairfax, CA$898,631
WalksandiegoSan Diego, CA$932,412
Southeastern Chapter National Safety Council (SCNSC)Irmo, SC$2,206,251
National Child Safety CouncilJackson, MI$3,411,859
National Fire Safety Council (NFSC)Michigan Center, MI$3,237,508
Atlanta Bicycle CoalitionAtlanta, GA$864,577
Impact Teen Drivers FundSacramento, CA$1,882,162
Truckers Against TraffickingEnglewood, CO$1,924,573
Safety and Health Council of North CarolinaCharlotte, NC$2,764,862
Together for Safer RoadsBrooklyn, NY$879,540
Nonprofit Types
Issues
Characteristics
Key performance indicators
Total revenues
$956,590
2020
Yearly growth
-0.7%
% of revenues
n/a
Total expenses
$800,165
2020
Yearly growth
-17.8%
% of expenses
n/a
Total assets
$615,406
2020
Yearly growth
76.5%
% of assets
n/a
Num. employees
20
2020
Yearly growth
-28.6%
% of total
n/a
General information
Address
618 NW Glisan No 203
Portland, OR 97209
Metro area
Portland-Vancouver-Hillsboro, OR-WA
County
Multnomah County, OR
Website URL
thestreettrust.org/ 
Phone
(503) 226-0676
IRS details
EIN
93-1057956
Fiscal year end
August
Taxreturn type
Form 990
Year formed
1990
Eligible to receive tax-deductible contributions (Pub 78)
Yes
Categorization
NTEE code, primary
M40: Safety Education
NAICS code, primary
813319: Social Advocacy Organizations
Parent/child status
Central organization