Financials

Financials

Roca values and promotes transparency with our young people, with our partners and with our funders.

* The selected financial information as presented represents the results of the combining operations of Roca, Inc. and Pallin Youth Center, Inc. Pallin youth Center is an affiliated not-for-profit corporation of Roca, Inc. and shares a common Board of Directors. Pallin Youth Center was formed in 1996 as a 501(c)(2) of the Internal Revenue Code for the sole purpose of holding title to property. Combining statements is required under Generally Accepted Accounting Principles.

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Roca runs the nation’s largest Pay for Success (Social Impact Bonds) project. Pay for Success is an innovative structure for government, private sector and nonprofit partnerships.

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Our Funders

We are deeply grateful to all our funders. Because of the generosity of our supporters, we are able to help young people change their lives. We have included below donors who have given $1,000 or more in Fiscal Year 2017. For the full list of all FY17 Donors, see the Annual Report.

$1 Million +

  • Anonymous Corporation*
  • The Kresge Foundation*
  • The Laura and John Arnold Foundation*
  • Massachusetts Executive Office of Public Safety and Security (SSYI)*
  • Massachusetts Department of Public Health (Adolescent Sexuality Education Program)*
  • Youth Services, Inc **

$100,000 – 999,999

  • Anonymous Donor
  • Anonymous Foundation
  • Anonymous Foundation*
  • Bank of America Charitable Foundation*
  • Barr Foundation*
  • City of Chelsea
  • City of Chelsea/US Department of Justice Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention**
  • Cummings Foundation*
  • The Devonshire Foundation*
  • The Hyams Foundation, Inc.*
  • The Irene E. & George A. Davis Foundation*
  • The Klarman Family Foundation*
  • The Laura and John Arnold Foundation*
  • Massachusetts Department of Children and Families*
  • Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation
  • Massachusetts Department of Public Health (MPPTI)*
  • Massachusetts Department of Public Health (Teen Pregnancy Prevention)*
  • Massachusetts Department of Public Health (Substance Abuse Prevention)*
  • Massachusetts Division of Capital Asset Management & Maintenance
  • The Peter and Elizabeth C. Tower Foundation*
  • REDF*
  • Robert Wood Johnson Foundation*
  • State Street Foundation
  • The Trustees’ Philanthropy Fund of Fidelity Charitable
  • United Way of Massachusetts Bay and Merrimack Valley*
  • Vertex Pharmaceuticals, Inc.*
  • W.K Kellogg Foundation*

$10,000 – 99,999

  • Amelia Peabody Foundation
  • The Annie E. Casey Foundation
  • Molly Baldwin
  • Beacon Communities, LLC
  • The Bennett Family Foundation
  • Berkshire Bank Foundation*
  • Beveridge Family Foundation
  • Holly and David Bruce
  • Susan Okie Bush
  • Bushrod H. Campbell and Adah F. Hall Charity Fund
  • The Charles Hayden Foundation
  • City of Boston, Mayor’s Office of Workforce Development (CDBG)
  • City of Chelsea, Chelsea Public Schools
  • City of Chelsea, Department of Housing and Community Development (CDBG)
  • City of Chicopee
  • City of Everett
  • City of Holyoke
  • City of Malden
  • City of Revere
  • City of Somerville
  • City of Springfield
  • City of Springfield, Office of Community Development (CDBG)
  • Howard Cohen and Myra Musicant
  • Community Foundation of Western Massachusetts
  • Eastern Bank Charitable Foundation
  • Matthew Feinberg
  • Fidelity Investments
  • Fitzgerald, Attorneys at Law
  • Frank Reed and Margaret Jane Peters Memorial Fund I*
  • Frank W. and Carl S. Adams Memorial Fund
  • Gardalucci Construction
  • George H. and Jane A. Mifflin Memorial Fund
  • Gisela B. Hogan Foundation
  • Goldman Sachs & Co
  • John Grossman
  • Mark Haggerty
  • Harbus Foundation
  • Highland Street Foundation
  • Barbara W. Hostetter
  • Jake and Beth Jacobs
  • Joanna Jacobson
  • Jane’s Trust
  • The Janey Fund
  • John Hancock
  • Albert J. Kaneb
  • Stephen and Andrea Kaneb
  • Robert Kargman
  • William Kargman
  • Keith Construction Inc.
  • Liberty Mutual Foundation*
  • Gwen R. Libstag
  • Lovett-Woodsum Family Charitable Foundation*
  • Dan Lyons
  • Massachusetts Water Resource Association
  • Massachusetts Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development/Commonwealth Corporation
  • Massachusetts Executive Office of Public Safety and Security (Metropolitan Mayor’s Coalition)
  • Nathan Cummings Foundation
  • The Nordblom Family Foundation
  • Palmer Paving
  • Partners Health Care System
  • People’s United Community Foundation
  • Rockport Mortgage
  • Santander Bank Foundation
  • Sarah W. Rollins Charitable Trust
  • Springfield Housing Authoirty
  • TD Charitable Foundation
  • The TJX Foundation
  • Gregory T. Torres
  • The Trust Family Foundation
  • Wolverine
  • Work ‘n Gear
  • Yawkey Foundation II

$1,000 – 9,999

  • 4Girls Foundation Inc.
  • Adelard A. Roy and Valdea Lea Roy Foundation
  • AGC Partners
  • Geraldine Alias
  • Thomas and Marsha Alperin
  • The Architectural Team
  • John G. Bagley
  • H. Furlong Baldwin
  • Lawrence Bailis
  • Bear Properties
  • Nancy Benchoff
  • Benevity Community Impact Fund
  • Berkshire Bank
  • Peggy Bier Sturman
  • Jim Bildner
  • John Biotti
  • BJ’s Charitable Foundation
  • BlackRock
  • Boston Consulting Group
  • The Boston Foundation
  • Marjorie M. Bride and Dr. Terry McEnany
  • Brown Rudnick Charitable Foundation
  • Bunker Hill Community College
  • Kevin Burke
  • Janet Callahan
  • Christian Calvo
  • Cat
  • Stewart and Patricia Chapin
  • CohnReznick
  • The Colvest Group
  • John and Barbara Cook
  • Roger Crandall
  • CVS
  • Kimberly Davies
  • DevelopSpringfield
  • Nadira Dookharan
  • Drew Company
  • Elizabeth Drori
  • Michael Dunn
  • East Boston Savings Bank Charitable Foundation
  • Sandra B. Edwards
  • Ellen Abbott Gilman Trust
  • Paul English
  • Envestnet Asset Management, Inc.
  • Equity Resource Investments
  • Fairway Payments,Inc.
  • Mike Fanning
  • Sonya and Karl Feitelberg
  • First Church of Christ – Longmeadow
  • Brian Fitzgerald
  • Frederick C. Lutze and Christian Rausch Family Foundation
  • Emily Freedman
  • Dianne Fuller Doherty
  • Gardiner Howland Shaw Foundation
  • The Gouchberg Charitable Foundation
  • Amy Gould
  • Robert Glovsky
  • David Greenberg
  • Sarah Greenhill
  • Hanover Insurance Group
  • Harbour Food Services
  • Annie Hildreth
  • Daniel E. Holland
  • Daniel S. Hyman
  • James W. Rollins Charitable Trust
  • Angie Janssen
  • Marian B. Johnson
  • Kayem Foods Inc.
  • Keen
  • Christine Kendall
  • Mark A. Keroack
  • Candace C. Kidston
  • Koi Design
  • Andrew Liazos
  • Charlotte Lord
  • Peter O. Lawson-Johnston
  • Eric Lubershane
  • Market Basket
  • MAXIMUS Foundation
  • Allison MacDonald
  • Sara Martin
  • Jaime Mason
  • Shamus McBride
  • Ellyn A. McColgan
  • Sarah McCrary
  • Melrose Daycare
  • The MENTOR Network Charitable Foundation
  • Maggie Moore
  • Moses Kimball Fund
  • Richard J. Murnane
  • nellie mae Education Foundation
  • New World Foundation
  • David Novotney
  • Dan O’Connell
  • Jenny O’Donnell
  • Robert O’Neill
  • Orville W. Forté Charitable Foundation
  • Daniel Passacantilli
  • Erna Place
  • Joan A. Quinlan
  • Ray Solem Foundation
  • Reasons to be Cheerful
  • Red Sox Foundation
  • Geoffrey Rehnert
  • Revere Funeral Home
  • Dwight Robson
  • James R. Salzano
  • Esther Schlorholtz
  • Schwab Charitable Fund
  • SEI Investments
  • Craig and Kari Shapero
  • The Simon Family Philanthropic Foundation
  • Sheraton Springfield
  • John and Jody Shue
  • Speedway Children’s Charities
  • Lewis H. Spence
  • Spencer Foundation
  • TD Bank Financial Group
  • The TJX Companies, Inc.
  • Tides Foundation
  • Toys for Tots
  • USI Insurance Services
  • Ventry Associates
  • Walker & Dunlop
  • Brian Walsh
  • Wellesley College
  • Whip’s Sporting Good
  • Marc Wolpow
  • Zagster
  • Ellen and Steve Zane
  • Yotam Zeira

*Multi-year award or multiple grants
**The MA Juvenile Justice Pay for Success Project is supported by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Executive Office of Administration and Finance, the U.S. Department of Labor, Goldman Sachs, Inc., Living Cities, the Kresge Foundation, The Laura and John Arnold Foundation, New Profit and The Boston Foundation