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Good Reason Houston

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Good Reason Houston is a public co-ops or veteran organization research institute based in Houston, TX that was founded in 2017. As of 2019 they had $8.8 million in revenue and $6.9 million in assets.

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Previous legal names or variations of their name include: Cradle To Career Houston.

EIN:
82-0946654
City:
State:
Founded:
2017
Type:
501(c)(3)
NTEE:
Revenue:
$8,801,843
Assets:
$6,976,152
Employees:
11
Fiscal year end:
June
Revenue trends:
Asset trends:

Program areas at Good Reason Houston

Drive District Transformation analyzes student achievement data, consults national research and studies outcomes from evidence-based practice. Using this information, Good Reason Houston partners with ISDs as well as public charter school districts to improve existing schools, support the introduction of new school models, and provide strategic consulting to district leadership teams with the aim of increasing the number of A&B schools in their districts.

Expand Educator Pipeline works to ensure every school is filled with game-changing educators. Through developing new teacher and principal pipelines and identifying and supporting partnerships with high quality professional development providers, Good Reason Houston aims to improve teacher and principal preparation and on-going support to increase their impact on students across Houston.

Advance Equitable Access partners with schools and colleges to improve student access and enrollment from pre-K to college. Good Reason Houston aims to increase the number of children attending Pre-K to ensure every child starts elementary school ready to learn. Additionally, Good Reason Houston seeks to increase access to information that enables families to determine "best fit" schools. Lastly, Good Reason Houston aims to increase FAFSA completion rates as well as expand college Promise programs in order to reduce barriers to college enrollment.

Form 990s for Good Reason Houston

Fiscal year endingDate received by IRSFormPDF link
2018-12Nov 22, 2019990View PDF
2017-12Aug 23, 2018990View PDF

Financials for Good Reason Houston

Field2018
Total grants, contributions, etc.$8,793,333
Program services$0
Investment income and dividends$8,510
Tax-exempt bond proceeds$0
Royalty revenue$0
Net rental income$0
Net gain from sale of non-inventory assets$0
Net income from fundraising events$0
Net income from gaming activities$0
Net income from sales of inventory$0
Miscellaneous revenues$0
Total revenues$8,801,843

Vendors for Good Reason Houston

VendorServicesAmount paidDate
Blazek and VetterlingTax accounting2019-11-22
████████ █████Donor Cultiv Study$27,0002018-12-01
████████Website$260,5002018-12-01
███ █████ █████ ██████Marketing$115,5742018-12-01
█████████ ████████Research$143,7332018-12-01

Personnel at Good Reason Houston

NameTitleCompensationMost recent data
Alexandra Hales ElizondoChief Executive Officer$194,220Nov. 22, 2019
Scott McClellandChair$0Dec. 31, 2018
████ ████ ███Sec and Treasurer$0Dec. 31, 2018
███ █████Chair$0Dec. 31, 2018

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1Center for Higher Ambition Leadership501(c)(3)$2.4 millionLincoln, MA
2Executive Leadership Council (ELC)501(c)(3)$15 millionWashington, DC
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4Bipartisan Policy Center (BPC)501(c)(3)$20 millionWashington, DC
5Hawaii Leadership Forum501(c)(3)$2.2 millionLos Gatos, CA
6National Black Leadership Commission on Aids (NBLCA)501(c)(3)$2.8 millionNew York, NY
7Cato Institute501(c)(3)$36 millionWashington, DC
8The Transportation Management Association501(c)(3)$3.3 millionFranklin, TN
9E3 Alliance501(c)(3)$3.5 millionAustin, TX
10Children At Risk501(c)(3)$3.1 millionHouston, TX
11Young Womens Preparatory Network (YWPN)501(c)(3)$2.3 millionDallas, TX
12Teaching Trust501(c)(3)$4.5 millionDallas, TX
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14Families Empowered501(c)(3)$2.2 millionHouston, TX
15The Government Affairs Institute at Georgetown University501(c)(3)$3.0 millionWashington, DC
16Citizens Budget Commission (CBC)501(c)(3)$2.9 millionNew York, NY
17Public Policy Institute of California (PPIC)501(c)(3)$13 millionSan Francisco, CA
18EducationNC501(c)(3)$3.0 millionRaleigh, NC
19The Israel Project (TIP)501(c)(3)$4.8 millionWashington, DC
20American Transparency501(c)(3)$2.4 millionBurr Ridge, IL
21Foreign Policy Association (FPA)501(c)(3)$4.1 millionNew York, NY
22Program on International Financial Systems501(c)(3)$2.7 millionCambridge, MA
23Fraser Institute501(c)(3)$8.5 millionCanada,
24Citizens Against Government Waste (CAGW)501(c)(3)$3.1 millionWashington, DC
25The Volcker Alliance501(c)(3)$2.7 millionNew York, NY