The National Runaway Safeline receives support from various sources dedicated to ending youth homelessness.
NRS' Fiscal Year 2020 audit
October 1, 2019 - September 3o, 2020
Federal government agency grant $1,943,414
Contributions and special events $351,472
Contributed services $318,183
Contract revenue $47,740
Net gain on investments $10,041
Total Revenue $2,672,441
Program services $2,456,019
Management and general $80,807
Total Expenses $2,700,516
NET INCOME ($28,075)
Net assets, end of year $235,306
In 1974, the National Runaway Safeline received an eight-month federal demonstration grant to establish a national hotline. During this time, NRS received 11,000 calls, demonstrating the need for this type of service. Since then, NRS’ capabilities and services have grown considerably. Annually, NRS makes more than 100,000 connections to help and hope through hotline, online and offline services.
NRS’ services are provided through funding from and in partnership with the Family and Youth Services Bureau in the Administration for Children, Youth and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. In addition, private funding is raised from foundations, corporations and individuals.