OCA Opportunity, Community, Ability Inc.
4917 Eli Street
Orlando FL 32804
Contact Information
Address 4917 Eli Street
Orlando, FL 32804
Phone (407) 808-7837
Web and Social Media
Donate with a credit card http://www.GoOCA.org
Mission
Mission

OCA enables individuals and families with autism or other disabilities the opportunity to maximize their abilities through functional, behavioral, social, recreational and vocational programs to live within the community.

Leadership
CEO/Executive Director Mrs. Silvia Haas
Board Chair Mr. AJ Adamczak
Board Chair Company Affiliation Wells Fargo
History
IRS Ruling Year 2009
Former Names
NameYear
Orange County Athletics2009
Financial Summary
Revenue vs Expense Bar Graph
 
 
Projected Revenue $2,274,135.00
Projected Expenses $2,274,096.00
Statements
Mission

OCA enables individuals and families with autism or other disabilities the opportunity to maximize their abilities through functional, behavioral, social, recreational and vocational programs to live within the community.

Impact

This past year OCA has:

  • Solidified and expanded our Adult Vocational Training (AVT) Program in Central Florida. We have shown 1000% growth since opening our doors in August 2012.
  • Built a network of community partners in Central Florida which include but not limited to- Winter Park YMCA, Publix, NYPD Pizza, Edgewater Public Library, Keiser University, Salvation Army, Second Harvest Food Bank, Habitat for Humanity. These groups have not only supported OCA financially, but also offered a vocational opportunity for our participants, and provided community integration to practice social skills and generalize on-site training.
  • Maximized resources to provide high quality, low cost school-age programing throughout the year. To meet the needs of the community, we now offer 9 weeks of summer camps in 2 locations servicing over 150 families and community volunteers including over 100 from various middle and high schools in Central Florida. We offer an afterschool program that offers pick-up from 4 schools servicing our population.

OCA's goals for the next 12 months:

  • To expand our vocational program to meet the needs in the community. We would like to reach maximum capacity of our temporary facility and find a site for the next phase of our development. We seek to have 250% growth in the next 12 months.
  • To reach a financial stability to sustain a full time salary for our Director of Services. With this accomplishment we will be able to provide ongoing program development, staff development trainings, and family education services.
  • To expand OCA’s Board of Directors to include medical professionals as well as business professionals who can help OCA achieve our long-term goals and vision.
  • To market OCA on multiple social media platforms and in the local community and raise awareness of the services and programs OCA provides.
  • To purchase reliable transportation in order to ensure that OCA participants have safe, reliable transport to job training sites and community outings.
Independent Research has been conducted on this organization's theory of change or program effectiveness? No
Needs

OCA's dream list:

1. 50+ acres in Central Florida to develop a village where individuals with autism or other disabilities can work, live and play. (see diagram page)

2. Temporary facility on the western portion of Orange County, where we can offer an additional Adult Vocational Training (AVT) and After School program.

3. The ability to offer a benefits package to new and existing staff in order to compete with other programs and thus have the most highly qualified staff.

4. Assistance in marketing to build community awareness and allow us to reach additional families in need.

5. The capital to build this dream. Simply, the money to develop programs to meet the ever growing need of our Central Florida residents.

Background

In 2008, four women sat in a dugout at a local park with pencils, paper, and a dream for better things to come. They were parents, therapists, and educators of children with autism or other disabilities who recognized that the future for their children and the children of their peers was not one to be excited about. This group of parents and professionals met with the desire for their children to have the same options as their typical peers. Orange County Athletics formed a non-profit organization in 2009. OCA (Orange County Athletics) was started to extend social learning opportunities, therapies, and childcare to local families. OCA was formed to provide summer camps, Saturday events and Special Olympics training in Orange County. It did not take but a few months to recognize that our family’s needs were far greater than sports recreation and childcare. We also realized, some of us for the first time, that one day our kids would grow up to experience additional obstacles and limited options. So in 2011, Silvia Haas was hired as Director of Operations, and OCA expanded its programs to also provide After School and an Adult Vocational Program. In 2012 OCA officially changed the name to OCA: Opportunity, Community, Ability, Inc. and expanded our board of directors to have seven members and one advisor  who work together to reach out to the community for support and encouragement. Further, we hired a Director of Services on a part time basis to oversee the clinical development of our programs, train staff, and ensure program quality as expansion increased. In 2013 we hired a Program Director and in 2014, a Marketing Coordinator. In our short time as an organization, we have expanded from 19 families in 2009 to over 325 families currently.


 

CEO Statement

In 1998, my husband and I heard the words “autism” and “one in 10,000” for the first time. At that time, we had no idea that our lives would change completely, yet for the better. Today, the diagnosis of autism is one in 68. What we quickly became aware of was the lack of programming for children and adults, like our son Matthew, who have autism and other disabilities who required more assistance in order to participate in any type of programming that their typical peers would. That’s when the founding sisters knew that we had to make a difference not only for Matthew, but for all of his friends who would come through the doors of OCA.

The experience of being a part of OCA has filled me both professionally and personally. I not only have the opportunity to learn and grow with some of the most talented professionals in the greater Orlando, but I have the chance to help my community improve on a daily basis. Though it has never been easy, this organization has been growing since the day those women stepped out of the dugout with a plan. Every individual that is associated with OCA is focused on building our organization and finding ways to expand our reach. We are different because we empower our staff and volunteers as much as we empower our participants. Our participants are awesome individuals that have the opportunity to teach the members of their community just as much about life as they can learn from working and playing at OCA. We are a family, and one that truly takes care of its members.

OCA has found a way to offer low cost services to individuals whose needs were not currently met. We have interacted with other agencies, local and abroad, to find things that work and ways to improve what has already been established. We focus on training so that all staff can offer the same quality of service, while utilizing each staff member’s individual talents to bring forth new and better services. OCA focuses on allowing each person to define who they are, their strengths, weaknesses, and their game plan to achieve future goals. OCA is a special place for special people to work, live and play.


 
Board Chair Statement

This is an exciting time for OCA because of our success and rapid growth as a therapy provider, the expansion of our summer camp programs, the advances in our adult vocational training programs, and the planning for the OCA Village where our clients will one day be able to live, work, and play in a safe and beneficial environment.  When the organization first started, we saw a need in the community for high quality programs that serve children and adults with special needs.  Since then, the special needs community has embraced OCA and because of that, the organization continues to expand and do more every year to serve Central Florida.  Ironically this growth, which I would call our greatest organizational success, has also provided our biggest challenge.  With our staff expanding quickly and the number of children and adults served in our programs increasing every month, we have had to make sure we maintain the same high quality of services we have always provided. 

As the father of a 16-year-old boy with special needs, a boy who has benefitted greatly from the high quality of OCA’s programs, I see the importance of providing the highest quality of care and services for individuals like my son.  Thankfully through the dedication and the care of our team at OCA, we have continued to provide that same high quality experience for our clients even as the organization grows quickly.  

Even though our growth has presented a challenge, it has also allowed us to envision our largest long term goal; the OCA Village, where many of our current clients hope to live one day.  The Village will be a place these adults with special needs will enthusiastically call home, will have fulfilling jobs and roles in society, and will be able to live and interact with their friends who are also having the same wonderful life experience.  We see the OCA Village as a unique place in Central Florida that will not only serve those with special needs but make our entire community a better place to live.           


 
CEO/Executive Director/Board Comments

This organization is founded in and for the Central Florida Community. We do not limit ourselves geographically. As we have stated, it is our goal to be a special place for special needs and we strive to provide access to as many families as possible.


 

NTEE Information
Primary Organization Type Human Services
Primary Organization SubType Developmentally Disabled Services/Centers
Secondary Organization Type Recreation & Sports
Secondary Organiztion SubType Camps
Tertiary Organization Type Human Services
Tertiary Organization SubType Children's and Youth Services
Areas Served
Geographic Areas Served
FL - Orange
FL - Lake
FL - Seminole
FL - Osceola
FL - Orlando
FL - Winter Park

As of current, we provide services to participants in Orange, Lake, Osceola, and Seminole counties. Our programs are located in Orange County with school aged programming near Seminole and Lake County.

Goals
HelpWhat is the organization aiming to accomplish? This is the organization's ultimate goal for intended impact.

OCA strives to be a special place for special needs. More specifically, we want to service the ever-growing population of children and adults who require a different learning style for social, recreational, and vocational skills.

Our ultimate goal is to provide a community environment that will allow individuals to live in varying degrees of independence. For example, if a participant has the ability to complete self-care and cook simple meals but requires assistance for grocery shopping, then we will provide training for these skill deficits. In addition, we will monitor their home environment minimally for safety, while allowing this participant to choose other services at our facility such as leisure skills and ongoing education. We may provide 24-hour supervision for those who cannot manage their activities of daily living or safety, still providing choices for vocational and recreational opportunities. Both individuals deserve the opportunity to have a comfortable home with access to community supports, employment opportunities, and leisure activities.

There only a handful of providers across the country that have taken on a task such as this. We believe in this goal and know it is relevant because the participants we are aiming to support are our children, neighbors, cousins, siblings, and friends. We know that this need exists because most of us face the challenges of the future for our maturing loved ones on a daily basis. Whether 5 or 25, we want to help families and individuals reach their personal goals and afford the choices offered to their typically developing peers. Disability does not write the future, it

Our goals over the next 12 months are moving us straight ahead, in the right direction. We are working to expand our vocational program by 250% and because of the growth; we will have to find a larger facility to meet the needs of our participants and families. In addition, OCA established an early intervention clinic to meet the demands of the growing population of individuals diagnosed with autism in the greater Orlando area.  That program services children as young as 18 months at home, in the community and on campus, and has also helped generate a revenue stream to support operations of other OCA programs. 

This year, OCA launched development efforts and is in the process of creating a fundraising plan to engage a sustainable stream of philanthropic income. The Board of Directors will continue to work closely with the development and administrative team to design the spatial layout of the OCA Village.   The acquisition of the land allows us to grow exponentially and expand on already existing services to continue our constant journey to provide high quality, low cost programming, and ultimately the desires that parents have of wondering where their child will live and thrive and be accepted for who they are.


Strategies
HelpWhat are the organization's strategies for its stated long-term goals? Over the past few years, the numbers of participants served in OCA’s programs have grown exponentially. The leadership team has worked diligently to keep up with that demand, all the while keeping the cost to families affordable. With goals for expansion and a future Village, the organization’s strategies to meet those goals are simple, yet steadfast: to increase community outreach through engagement of donors and community investment; to increase visibility and name recognition through marketing and communications efforts; to invest in the resources and strengths of the organization including OCA staff for long-term sustainability; and to increase overall enrollment while continuing to provide affordable programs.
Capabilities
HelpWhat are the organization’s capabilities for doing this? What resources, capacities, and connections support its progress towards long-term goals?

Our first and foremost strength is our inner structure. Our staff, from the bottom to the top, all want to be a part or our organization and the future goals we represent. They come early, stay late, volunteer their time on weekends, and form meaningful bonds with our participants. From its inception, OCA has been staffed with professionals trained in a variety of areas to form a team that can provide a multi-disciplinary approach in treatment and education. We have teachers, physical education instructors, behavior analysts, and occupational therapists that make up our management and direct care staff. We train each staff person in Positive Behavior Supports to ensure that all members of our staff use a uniform curriculum in interactions and training opportunities with our consumers.

Next in our rank is our volunteers. Our program and uniqueness are made effective by the use of our typical peers to help run our program and provide the meaningful learning opportunities not available in a clinical setting. Our volunteers are community members, typically school age or college students, seeking to enrich their lives by helping others. They bring an energy and skill set that is not possible to create in training without inner desire and a strong sense of empathy.  These children and young adults are amazing.

Our staff and volunteers come with full support of the board, which is a collection of individuals who have believed in and supported OCA since its inception. Our board members are parents, educators, and community supports that come to meetings, events, fundraisers, and celebrations to constantly share their encouragement. They use their connections in our geographical area to bring us supporters and educate the community at large on the work we are doing. These community supports include business members, school system supports, and a variety of services that allow OCA to spread our reach and grow. These supporters assist in providing services, seeking potential land development, donating time or money, and sharing information in our community. 

 

Indicators
HelpHow will the organization know if it is making progress? What are the key qualitative and quantitative indicators against which the organization assesses its progress toward its intended impact?

OCA’s success is often simply measured by the feedback we receive from our families. We have offered surveys in the past to continue to stay abreast of the ongoing needs of our population, while ensuring that we are satisfying the needs of our current clientele. We continue to improve this ongoing feedback process to identify areas of strength and areas of needed growth. 

Further, utilizing our business software we examine the data of cost versus revenue. As of current, our income has grown at a rate slightly higher than that of our expenses. We utilize a simple accounting software to allow us to compare the cash flow of the previous year to identify mistakes and alter our practices for the future. 

On a programmatic level, we set goals for our individual programs. The after-school and camp programs are monitored on percentage of growth. As of current, we are able to serve 100+ families with a goal of 150. In the adult day training program, we work as an interdisciplinary team to establish quarterly goals and meet the corresponding quarter to monitor growth and assess training strategies. As we are based on Applied Behavior Analysis, we hold data to a high regard and utilize solid measures to determine ongoing growth. 

Progress
HelpWhat has and hasn’t been accomplished so far?

When the founding sisters started brainstorming the development of OCA, we had a list a mile long of things we would accomplish in our first 3, 5, and 10 years. Though that list has been altered from time to time, the overall purpose of getting open and meeting the needs of the families that we had worked with through Special Olympics over the years has been met. We have found a temporary facility, offered an after-school program to serve schools in a 15 mile radius, provided an Adult Day Training Program, developed a network of staff to provide respite services and behavioral services in home for our consumers, established an ongoing social skills group to meet on weekends, and continued the work we cherish with Special Olympics. We are so proud of our accomplishments and know that our work only continues to grow. Every increase in reach moves us directly toward our goal of services across the life span for the special needs population in our area. 

Our current drive is focused on seeking additional services that can be provided in our current space, with the close second goal focusing on finding a new space to continue growth. We are holding two annual fundraisers a year specifically focused on growing our programs. Our next three steps will be expanding our adult day training program to service 25 adults, expanding our respite program to include overnight services, and expanding our social skills training groups to an out-of-town overnight activity. The latter two will be accomplished in the next 6 months. Each step to expansion is something to celebrate and utilize for continued growth.

Programs
Description  

OCA offers a quality after school program that enhances children’s emotional and physical well-being. Children will be engaged in daily physical activities, and work on social and emotional skills.

Population Served People/Families with People of Developmental Disabilities
K-12 (5-19 years)
Children and Youth (0 - 19 years)
Description  AVT is pre-vocational training that builds prerequisite skills to be successful in our off-campus program.  That program provides a supported environment for our participants to grow in the work force community with the help of one of our business partners. 

 

Population Served People/Families with People of Developmental Disabilities
Adults
Elderly and/or Disabled
Description  ABA focuses on behavioral strategies, social skills training, language development and gross and fine motor movements for children 18 months through 6 years of age. ABA services are offered for children 6 and older to capture learning opportunities in the natural environment and support individuals in personal goal development.  All therapies are catered to the needs of the individual and family
Population Served People/Families with People of Developmental Disabilities
Children and Youth (0 - 19 years)
Infants to Preschool (under age 5)
Description  

We offer skilled childcare/adult care to provide a break for caregivers.  All staff are trained in Positive Behavior Supports and thus this is no ordinary babysitting. 

Population Served People/Families with People of Developmental Disabilities
Children and Youth (0 - 19 years)
K-12 (5-19 years)
Description  

OCA offers summer day camp and school break camps when school is not in session.  Typical peers provide age appropriate modeling in social skills training, language development and gross and fine motor movements. 

Population Served People/Families with People of Developmental Disabilities
Elderly and/or Disabled
Children and Youth (0 - 19 years)
Description

OCA is the largest registered training program with Special Olympics Orange County and participates in year round sports. 

Population Served Children and Youth (0 - 19 years)
People/Families with People of Developmental Disabilities
K-12 (5-19 years)
Description The program gives people, ages 8 and up, the opportunity to work on social skills training and language development. Age-appropriate activities are held in structured settings with trained behavioral staff and volunteers working with participants to model typical peer interactions.  
Population Served People/Families with People of Developmental Disabilities
Children and Youth (0 - 19 years)
Adults
Comments
CEO Comments

The biggest challenge for our program is that we do not have enough resources to serve all the participants who need OCA services.  We have quickly outgrown our current space, and have not found a facility that will meet our current and future programming demands. 

Additionally, maintaining affordable services is a consistent challenge. OCA wants to be unique by providing opportunities within the community that provide a more typical experience for individuals with special needs.  Many families face financial hardship when faced with caring for a loved one with a disability. Research has shown us that families will have to save up to $2.5 million in order to sustain their child’s life through a normal life expectancy. So many families we encounter are on a daunting wait list for funding support through the Med Waiver program (Medicaid program) and therefore, will have to cover programming costs out of pocket. For example, clients participating in the adult vocational training program would have to pay up to $13,000 a year for full-time program support, so that parents can still maintain their job and their homes. As we move forward, OCA seeks community support and investment in our participants and our programs to give these individuals the same opportunities as their peers.

Board Chair
Board Chair Mr. AJ Adamczak
Company Affiliation Wells Fargo
Term Dec 2015 to Dec 2018
Board Co-Chair
Board Co-Chair
Board
Board Members
NameCompany AffiliationsStatusCertificate*
Mr. AJ Adamczak Wells FargoVotingNo
Mrs. Sarah AuMiller Hoyt and Bryan LawNonVotingNo
Mrs. Tathiana Cornejo Creative ThinkVotingNo
Mrs. Susan Ellzey Ellzey Coding SolutionsVotingNo
Ms. Laurie Hauptman Averett, Warmus, DurkeeVotingNo
Ms. Meredith Hein Rollins CollegeVotingNo
Mr. Julian Hoang Rollins MBA StudentNonVotingNo
Mr. Robert Lattanzi Ryan HomesVotingNo
Dr. Dennis Rothschild Andover DentalVotingNo
Mr. Ven Sequenzia Smart SourceVotingNo
Dr. Lindsay Shaw Orlando HealthVotingNo
*This individual has been awarded a Certificate in Orientation to Board Service by the Edyth Bush Institute for Philanthropy & Nonprofit Leadership at Rollins College ebi.rollins.edu,
Board Term Lengths 3
Board Term Limits 0
Board Ethnicity
Asian American/Pacific Islander 1
Caucasian 9
Hispanic/Latino 1
Native American/American Indian 0
Other 0
Other (if specified) 0
Policies
Written Board Selection Criteria No
Written Conflict of Interest Policy Yes
Percentage of Monetary Contributions 55%
Percentage of In-Kind Contributions 100%
Constituency Includes Client Representation Yes
Comments
CEO Comments Over the next year, OCA has made it an organizational priority to engage and retain new volunteers to serve in board positions.  As the organization continues to grow, OCA leadership places great importance on expanding the Board of Directors to reflect the composition of our programs and our community.  As a relatively young agency with limited resources, we find that our volunteers are one of our greatest assets and we would like to build on that to take our programs and organization to the next level.
CEO/Executive Director
CEO/Executive Director Mrs. Silvia Haas
Term Start July 2011
Email shaas@gooca.org
Experience

The experience of being a part of OCA has filled me both professionally and personally.  I not only have the opportunity to learn and grow with some of the most talented professionals in the greater Orlando, but I have the chance to help my community improve on a daily basis.  Though it has never been easy, this organization has been growing since the day those women stepped out of the dugout with a plan.  Every individual that is associated with OCA is focused on building our organization and finding ways to expand our reach.  We are different because we empower our staff and volunteers as much as we empower our clients.  Our clients are awesome individuals that have the opportunity to teach the members of their community just as much about life as they can learn from working and playing at OCA.  We are a family, and one that truly takes care of its members. 

OCA has found a way to offer low cost services to individuals whose needs were not currently met.  We have interacted with other agencies, local and abroad, to find things that work and ways to improve what has already been established.  We focus on training so that all staff can offer the same quality of service, while utilizing each staff member’s individual talents to bring forth new and better services.  OCA focuses on allowing each person to define who they are, their strengths, weaknesses, and their game plan to achieve future goals.  OCA is a special place for special people to live, work, and play. 

CEO Salary Range $0 - $50,000
Staff
Number of Full Time Staff 18
Number of Part Time Staff 14
Number of Volunteers 100
Number of Contract Staff 36
Staff Retention Rate 75%
Senior Staff
Title Director of Services
Title Executive Director
Experience/Biography

Silvia Haas is a passionate, dynamic woman and longtime advocate for the special needs community. In 2011, she was named Executive Director of OCA: Opportunity, Community, Ability, Inc. where she leads the efforts to enable individuals with special needs the opportunity to maximize their abilities in the community.

Dedicated to meeting the educational and recreational needs of children, in 1989 Silvia received her Bachelor of Applied Science degree in both Early Childhood and Elementary Education from the University of South Florida. She went on to receive her Certification for Physical Education Teaching and Coaching at the University of Central Florida and became a Physical Education Instructor in both the public and private school sectors.

As a wife and parent of 3 sons, one with special needs, she along with 3 colleagues recognized that individuals with special needs lacked opportunities to experience typical childhood activities outside of school. These 4 colleagues, now known as the ‘Founding Sisters’ came together in 2008 to change that and formed OCA.

Today, under the board of directors and Silvia’s direction, OCA services more than 400 families with programs such as Special Olympics Training, Summer Day Camp, Recreation, Adult Vocational Training, Early Intervention, Social Skills Events, Applied Behavior Therapy and Respite. Silvia is also focusing on making OCA’s vision a reality; to create a place where individuals with special needs can work, live and play.

Honors │ Awards

2017 - Rollins College Center for Leadership & Community Engagement- Community Partnership Award
2016 - Florida Campus Compact Award Winner
2016 - University Central Florida Diversity and Inclusion Impact Award winner
2016 - Orlando Sentinel Central Floridian of the Year Finalist
2011 - Special Olympics North America Coach of the Year Runner-Up
2009 - Special Olympics Florida Coach of the Year Award Recipient
2008 - Bank of America Local Hero Award Recipient
2006 - Special Olympics Florida Athlete Training Facility of the Year Award Recipient
2004 - Special Olympics Florida Inspirational Coach of the Year Award Recipient
2004 - Princeton House Charter School Outstanding Employee of the Year Award Recipient
2002 - Wachovia Bank Ben Craig Teacher of the Year Award Recipient

Plans
Organization has Fundraising Plan? Under Development
Organization has Strategic Plan? Yes
Years Strategic Plan Considers 3
Date Strategic Plan Adopted Jan 2015
Management Succession Plan No
Organization Policies And Procedures Yes
Other
Collaborations

OCA partners with these agencies to provide resources to our client base in Greater Orlando. We believe in collaboration to meet the growing needs of individuals with autism or other special needs.


Autism Speaks- service provider, resource vendor- attend 2-3 local events a year as a community liaison and advocate

Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts- work with their education program to facilitate a one-week summer camp with a culminating performance held at DPC

Rollins College- participate in SPARC day for incoming Freshmen, mentor for the Bonner’s Leader program, participate in several community engagement classes on providing inclusion and mentor in Crummer School's MBA program in Board Leadership

UCF- provide volunteer opportunities for the Lead Scholars program

UCF Center for Autism and Related Disabilities- resource provider

CECO, Joyful Music, Princeton House Charter School, Morning Star School and Paragon School- provide programming opportunities to our fellow service providers

Special Olympics Orange County and Special Olympics Florida- participate in year-round programming- present fundamental coaching principles in County/State and Area training- represent County/State in a variety of partnerships with WWE and MLS and National Games

 

Awards
AwardAwarding OrganizationYear
Central Floridian of the Year, Silvia Haas, Runner-UpOrlando Sentinel2015
State Registration Yes
State Charitable Solicitations Permit Yes
State Charitable Solicitations Permit Expiration Month Apr
State Charitable Solicitations Permit Expiration Year 2018
Fiscal Year
Fiscal Year Start July 01, 2017
Fiscal Year End June 30, 2018
Documents
Form 990s
YearDocument
2016Form 990
2016Form 990 signature
2015Form 990
2014Form 990
2014Form 990 signed
2013990
2012990
2011990
2010990
2009990
Audit Documents
YearDocument
20162016 audit
IRS Letter of Determination
OCA 501c3 letter
Detailed Financials
Expense Allocations
Fiscal Year201620152014
Program Expense$1,138,740$479,597$344,285
Administration Expense$183,206$100,638$49,124
Fundraising Expense$49,564$0$0
Payments to Affiliates$0$0--
Total Revenue/Total Expenses1.070.991.00
Program Expense/Total Expenses83%83%88%
Fundraising Expense/Contributed Revenue32%0%0%
Assets and Liabilities
Fiscal Year201620152014
Total Assets$132,812$64,701$70,988
Current Assets$121,833$56,243$62,152
Long-Term Liabilities$0$0$0
Current Liabilities$0$0$0
Total Net Assets$132,812$64,701$70,988
Top Funding Sources
Fiscal Year201620152014
Top Funding Source & Dollar AmountEarned Revenue $1,306,841Earned Revenue $493,090 --
Second Highest Funding Source & Dollar AmountFoundations, Corporations and Individuals $86,527Special Events $67,436 --
Third Highest Funding Source & Dollar Amount --Foundations, Corporations and Individuals $13,422 --
Solvency
Short Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201620152014
Current Ratio: Current Assets/Current Liabilities------
Long Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201620152014
Long-Term Liabilities/Total Assets0%0%0%
Capital Campaign
Currently in a Capital Campaign? No
Capital Campaign Anticipated in Next 5 Years? Yes
Comments
CEO Comments At this time, the OCA Board of Directors is gathering proposals from firms to produce audited financials for the organization.  Until now, OCA has not done so, but given our tremendous growth, we feel that we are at a place to invest in an audit.
 
Foundation Comments
Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster
Notes Programs listed here are those that are only activated during a disaster. Some organizations have unified budgeting and do not budget by program. Because of this, some budget fields may be blank or represent an approximation. Organization describes previous experience during the immediate response, recovery or rebuilding phases following a disaster.
Nonprofit OCA Opportunity, Community, Ability Inc.
Address 4917 Eli Street
Orlando, FL 32804
Primary Phone (407) 808-7837
Contact Email jwright@GoOCA.org
CEO/Executive Director Mrs. Silvia Haas
Board Chair Mr. AJ Adamczak
Board Chair Company Affiliation Wells Fargo
Year of Incorporation 2009