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    Soccer Without Borders
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    Impact & Measurement
    Accountability & Finance
    Culture & Community
    Leadership & Adaptability

    Soccer Without Borders

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    501(c)(3) organization
    Donations are tax-deductible
    3700 Eastern Avenue
    Baltimore MD 21224

    Baltimore MD | IRS ruling year: 2006 | EIN: 20-3786129  
    An EIN is a unique nine-digit number that identifies a business for tax purposes.
    An EIN is a unique nine-digit number that identifies a business for tax purposes.
     
    Organization Mission
    PROVIDING SOCCER, EDUCATIONAL, AND COMMUNITY BUILDING OPPORTUNITIES FOR UNDER-SERVED YOUTH.
     

    Rating Information

    rating
    Great

    This charity's score is 100%, earning it a Four-Star rating.

    This overall score is calculated from multiple beacon scores, weighted as follows: 35% Accountability & Finance, 44% Impact & Measurement, 9% Leadership & Adaptability, 12% Culture & Community. Learn more about our criteria and methodology.

    Historical Ratings
    Charity Navigator's ratings previously did not consider Leadership & Adaptability, Culture & Community, or Impact & Measurement. The historic rating mainly reflects a version of today’s Accountability and Finance score. More information on our previous rating methodologies can be found on our rating methodology page.
     
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    Review Before ProceedingConfirmed Delinquency

    This organization appears on the most recent listing of nonprofits that are delinquent with California state registrations


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    Please Note: In compliance with California Assembly Bill 488, we have disabled donations to this charity on our platform at this time.

    Rating Report

    Impact & Measurement
    Score

    100

    This beacon estimates the actual impact a charity has on the lives of those it serves, and determines whether it is making good use of donor resources to achieve that impact.

    Assessments

    Impact

    100 out of 100 points

    100% of Impact & Measurement score
    Full Credit
    Partial Credit
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    Impact Evaluation
    100 out of 100 points
     
    Impact Statement
    This program increased the income of beneficiaries by more than $1.50 for every $1 spent.
    Program Context
    Soccer Without Borders Oakland: Soccer Without Borders runs year-round youth development programs in Oakland, CA. Using soccer, academic support, and team building activities, Soccer Without Borders helps newcomer refugee and immigrant youth achieve growth, inclusion, and personal success.
    Data Time Period
    10/1/15 to 6/30/18
    Benchmark for Scoring
    Impact score of this program is based on the incremental cost to provide an increase earnings for a newcomer refugee or immigrant student. If the program is found to provide an increase in income greater than $1.50 for every $1 spent, it is deemed highly cost-effective. If the program provides an increase in income greater than $0.85 for every $1 spent, it is considered cost-effective. If the nonprofit doesn't meet this benchmark for cost-effectiveness, it earns a score of 65. This program increased the income of beneficiaries by more than $1.50 for every $1 spent.
    Methodology
    Analysis conducted in 2018 by Charity Navigator's acquired branch, ImpactMatters, using data from solicited nonprofits and publically available data from the IRS.
    Data Source
    Outcome data collected through tracking participant information throughout the year. This includes graduation rates for high school seniors, as well as the percentage of graduates who enroll in 2 or 4 year colleges. Cost information for this program was collected from nonprofit reporting and form 990 data from the IRS.

    Measurement

    Unscored

    0% of Impact & Measurement score
    Program Planning and Design
     
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    Program Development
     
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    Data Collection and Analysis
     
    This section assesses the best practices used in collecting and analyzing program data.
    Reporting and Distribution of Results
     
    This section assesses reporting and disseminating program results.
    Use of Results
     
    This section assesses the use of results to guide learning.
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