EIN 74-2889416

Military Child Education Coalition

IRS 501(c) type
501(c)(3)
Num. employees
178
State
Year formed
1998
Most recent tax filings
2019-12
Financials as of 2019-12
Revenues
$6.4m
-$642k
-9.1%
 
$4m: Prog svcs
 
$2m: Grants & donations
 
$45k: Mem dues
 
$64k: Misc other revenues
Expenses
$6.4m
-$556k
-8.0%
 
$3m: Salaries, non-officers
 
$898k: Expense, other
 
$455k: Travel
 
$2m: Misc other expenses
Assets
$4.7m
+$17k
0.4%
 
$2m: Savings
 
$2m: Bldg & equip
 
$542k: A/R
 
$214k: Misc other assets
Liabilities
$1m
+$13k
1.3%
 
$657k: Defer rev
 
$346k: Accts pay
Description
To ensure inclusive, quality educational experiences for all military-connected children. To ensure inclusive, quality educational experiences for all Military children affected by mobility, family separation, and transition. To ensure inclusive, qual...

Program areas at Military Child Education Coalition

Military student transition consultant (mstc) - the mstc is a full-time, highly specialized Education professional embedded within the school district. They work directly with children, parents, and school personnel on a daily basis and serve as expert "navigators". Mstcs advocate for military-connected students and their families to help decrease the turbulence in family life by building resiliency in students so that they can more successfully cope and overcome the unique challenges they face to meet their academic goals. The mstc provides an ongoing, continuum of care to help students and parents traverse the often-confusing paths associated with school transitions. This immediate and ongoing care is accomplished by addressing challenges and needs, facilitating connections to school, installation, and community resources, and educating others on the unique needs of military-connected students and how to provide the best support possible. Smooth transitions to or exiting from school and community mean that both parents and students gain access to a professional who can respond to individual needs and anxieties in a timely and effective way.military student transition consultant - affiliate (msta) - the msta is an employee of the local Education agency (lea) able to assume additional work responsibilities in support of military-connected students. Affiliates are on site and able to build relationships in order to problem-solve at the local level. The purpose of the affiliate is transition support for military-connected students. Average time commitment of affiliates is defined by each lea and based on campus, population needs. The affiliate will receive mcec training in smooth transition support for military-connected students. Affiliate on-boarding training will target the goals of the lea as defined in the memorandum of understanding with the mcec. The mcec will provide direct, consistent and purposeful support for the lea affiliate.
Parent initiatives - the mcec parent to parent program is focused on empowering parents to be their Child's strongest advocate on educational and transition issues. A team of parents from installation areas are trained to bring the mcec parent workshops to their local communities and implement effective solutions to transition challenges. Parent-to-parent workshops are offered through the community-based teams, 1-day Education seminars, and via on-line webinars and podcasts. The parent to parent teams also coordinate and deliver the mcec tell me a story program, which is an initiative created to empower our Military connected children by using literature and their own stories. This early literacy program is geared toward children ages 4-12.
Professional development - the mcec professional development delivers online training as well as one-day, live courses designed to enhance the current capabilities, competency, and awareness of professionals who serve and support military-connected children and youth. This program includes the following courses:supporting Military children through school transitions: foundations - examines how elements of transition impact a Military family and analyzes current practices for successfully supporting military-connected students through these changes.supporting Military children through school transitions: social/emotional - designed for professionals who serve and support military-connected children and youth, this training focuses on the social and emotional concerns that impact students during school transitions. Whether difficult behaviors or falling behind academically, professionals learn to evaluate the effects of separation and loss and develop practical methods and strategies to ease the challenges associated with repeated school transitions.supporting veterans' children through transitions - explores the unique academic and social-emotional challenges children often face when their parents transition from Military to civilian life, and discovers new resources and positive strategies to support them.responding to Military children with exceptional needs - identifies the amplified transition challenges that impact military-connected students with exceptional needs, and explores strategies that support these unique learners as they transition from school to school.living in the new normal: helping children thrive through good and challenging times - examines the topics of grief, fostering resilience through positive psychology, coping with change, post-traumatic stress and the impact on children, as well as responding to challenges through the developmental lens. Professionals will learn to recognize how a family member's Military experience affects the Child, then develop practical strategies to encourage and support resilience skills.helping Military children discover their s.p.a.r.c. : strength, potential, aspirations, resourcefulness, confidence - by exploring research informed concepts associated with thriving, professionals who serve and support military-connected children and youth will learn how to help students identify their sparks and interests as well as develop skills that contribute to a growth mindset. With support to discover their sparc, students can not only meet but exceed personal and academic goals. The journey from "welcome home" to now: reunion, reconnecting, routine - designed for professionals who serve and support military-connected children and youth, this training teaches strategies for successful adjustment during reintegration and reestablishment of routines following a family member's return after an extended absence.social emotional learning and the Military Child - this course guides professionals to understand how social and emotional development programs positively impact academic achievement. Additionally, professionals will learn how to integrate sel into their practice and explore the casel model of interrelated cognitive, affective, and behavioral competencies: self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationship skills, and responsible decision making.we serve too: national guard and reserve children - this course guides professionals to identify the social, emotional, and academic impact for children of national guard and reserve service members, and discover resources to help alleviate their often misunderstood and overlooked challenges. Learn to identify the unique challenges associated with their parent's service and understand the academic impact for these part-military, part-civilian children and youth.

Form 990s for Military Child Education Coalition

Fiscal year endingDate received by IRSFormPDF link
2019-122021-02-19990View PDF
2018-122019-10-12990View PDF
2017-122018-10-16990View PDF
2016-122017-10-13990View PDF
2015-122016-10-13990View PDF
...and 7 more Form 990s

Who funds Military Child Education Coalition

Grants from foundations and other nonprofits
GrantmakerGrantmaker tax periodDescriptionAmount
Wounded Warrior Project2019-09See Schedule O$150,000
 Subscribe to view2019-12████ ████$░░,░░░
 Subscribe to view2018-12████$░░,░░░
...and 11 more grants received

Financials for Military Child Education Coalition

RevenuesFYE 12/2019
Total grants, contributions, etc.$2,222,266
Program services$4,156,676
Investment income and dividends$25,726
Tax-exempt bond proceeds$0
Royalty revenue$0
Net rental income$0
Net gain from sale of non-inventory assets$-503
Net income from fundraising events$28,416
Net income from gaming activities$0
Net income from sales of inventory$0
Miscellaneous revenues$0
Total revenues$6,432,581

Personnel at Military Child Education Coalition

NameTitleCompensationDate of data
Mary M. KellerPresident and Chief Executive Officer$154,8872019-08-16
Denise MontanaChief of Logistics and Retail2019-08-16
John "Jack" BallantyneSenior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer$154,5002019-09-13
 Subscribe to viewChief Technology Officer2019-08-16
 Subscribe to viewVice President, Fund Development$123,5002019-08-16
...and 11 more key personnel

Organizations like Military Child Education Coalition

OrganizationTypeLocationRevenue
Urban Youth Alliance International501(c)(3)Bronx, NY$2,319,381
Somos Mayfair501(c)(3)San Jose, CA$2,975,622
Change for Kids501(c)(3)New York, NY$1,690,510
Northside Achievement Zone501(c)(3)Minneapolis, MN$7,524,194
Oregon Children's Foundation501(c)(3)Portland, OR$4,170,871
Jumpstart for Young Children501(c)(3)Boston, MA$19,851,838
Working in the Schools (WITS)501(c)(3)Chicago, IL$1,703,977
Parent Institute for Quality Education (PIQE)501(c)(3)National City, CA$4,849,245
Read Alliance501(c)(3)New York, NY$2,209,875
San Francisco Education Fund501(c)(3)San Francisco, CA$2,294,775
Families in Schools501(c)(3)Los Angeles, CA$3,491,765
The Children's Institute501(c)(3)Portland, OR$2,069,451
District of Columbia Promise Neighborhood Initiative (DCPNI)501(c)(3)Washington, DC$6,883,179
Teaching Matters501(c)(3)New York, NY$6,258,683
Teaching Lab501(c)(3)Washington, DC$2,954,725
The Colorado Education Initiative501(c)(3)Denver, CO$4,550,355
Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE)501(c)(3)New York, NY$9,125,811
Crosby Scholars Community Partnership501(c)(3)Winstonsalem, NC$2,721,464
MassBioEd501(c)(3)Cambridge, MA$2,156,414
National PTA501(c)(3)Alexandria, VA$12,855,703
Junior Achievement USA (JA)501(c)(3)Colorado Springs, CO$29,316,348
Junior Achievement of Western Pa501(c)(3)Bridgeville, PA$4,213,752
Street Law501(c)(3)Silver Spring, MD$2,287,009
Project Sunshine501(c)(3)New York, NY$3,566,777
The Arizona Charter Schools Association501(c)(3)Phoenix, AZ$1,912,827
Nonprofit Types
Issues
Characteristics
Key performance indicators
Total revenues
$6,432,581
2019
Yearly growth
-9.1%
% of revenues
n/a
Total expenses
$6,428,472
2019
Yearly growth
-8%
% of expenses
n/a
Total assets
$4,654,726
2019
Yearly growth
0.4%
% of assets
n/a
Num. employees
178
2019
Yearly growth
-3.3%
% of total
n/a
General information
Address
909 Mountain Lion Cir
Harker Heights, TX76548
Metro area
Killeen-Temple, TX
Website URL
militarychild.org/ 
Phone
(254) 953-1923
Facebook page
MilitaryChild 
Twitter profile
@militarychild 
IRS details
Fiscal year end
December
Taxreturn type
Form 990
Year formed
1998
Eligible to receive tax-deductible contributions (Pub 78)
Yes
Categorization
NTEE code, primary
B92: Remedial Reading, Reading Encouragement Programs
NAICS code, primary
813319: Social Advocacy Organizations
Parent/child status
Independent
Want more details?
You're in good company. Cause IQ users include leading professional services, technology, and nonprofit professionals who use Cause IQ to prospect for foundations or clients, research nonprofits, benchmark clients, and enrich their existing information.
Need bulk exports, historical benchmarking, or CRM integration? Check out our plans and pricing.