Our new three-year strategic plan is underway and we’re excited to share what the plan looks like for this fiscal year and beyond. Read below to learn more about what our goals are for this fiscal year.
Three Year Telescope
UMFS has all the elements of a world-class organization. Our program goals are intentionally chosen to focus on a lifetime of good for those we serve. The outcomes are so brag-worthy that organic growth occurs with ease. We foster replication of our work in others in support of Virginia’s children and families.
UMFS is the anchor for an ecosystem of aligned organizations that partner to support each of our worthy and related causes. This expands our social impact and enables sustainability. Our culture embraces an approach of “letting go of that which no longer serves us” to make room for new capacity. Our staff are dynamic, aligned, and have the energy reserves to dream, innovate and create. UMFS is a measurably diverse, equitable, and inclusive community. Volunteers are immersed in the work with us, amplifying our capacity and impact.
We will have completed our Richmond campus transformation to reflect UMFS’ new vision. We will have reimagined the regional centers’ workplace to match the evolving hybrid-workforce needs. We will have built an infrastructure that enables a seamless blend of virtual and in-person work throughout the organization.
Our financial position is strong because our core programs are highly utilized; we have invested our assets wisely and addressed inefficiencies effectively. Our fundraising goals are met and growing year over year because we have provided clarity to our supporters and the value of their investment in us is abundantly clear.
Our values exemplify how we do our work. See our values here.
Strategic Plan Progress – FY23
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We’ve attracted and retained exceptional employees, with the implementation of our Talent Management Plan.
People (3 Year)
- A Total Rewards Program is fully implemented.
- The UMFS onboarding experience is redesigned to facilitate organizational learning, a sense of belonging, and clarity of expectations.
- Manager excellence is achieved through upskilling as measured by staff performance and supervisor feedback.
Manager Excellence KPI
Design development framework and implementation plan for UMFS manager excellence.
Agency Onboarding KPI
Redesign and operationalize an agency onboarding system with a curriculum that enhances the employee experience.
Total Rewards Program KPI
Create a Total Rewards Program.
Amplifying Our Core
Our program outcomes are best in class as compared to state and national benchmarks.
Social Impact - Core (3 Year)
- Permanency rates are increased annually for each regional center.
- CHS Day achieves a VASIEF score with commendation.
- Residential youth complete treatment successfully as measured by the Beck Youth Inventory 2.
CFHC Assessment Tool KPI
Create procedure and implementation practice for therapists to use as an assessment tool to track progress.
VAISEF Accreditation KPI
Implement plan to review VAISEF accreditation standards and make needed improvements in systems and processes.
Increased Kinship KPI
10% of CB TFC placements will result in a kinship connection in the first fiscal year of the 3-year strategic plan.
UMFS is the anchor for an ecosystem of aligned organizations who partner to support their worthy and related causes.
Social Impact - Partnerships (3 Year)
- UMFS is a volunteer community hub embedded into programs and departments.
- UMFS will have a sustainable model of partnering with aligned organizations by doubling the number of people served through it.
Partnering Model KPI
Develop a sustainable model of partnering with aligned organizations.
Donor and Volunteer Engagement KPI
Solidify new donor and volunteer engagement strategy.
Stewardship and strategic program growth provide the necessary financial resources to achieve our desired social impact.
Cash (3 Year)
- CHS Day School and Residential Services are at 90% program capacity.
- The design of the TFC program, including Kinship care, has grown by 20%.
- The annual fund has year over year growth.
CFHC Budget KPI
Meet CFHC budget for the year.
CHS Richmond Budget KPI
Meet, or exceed, CHS-R budget of 68 for the 22-23 school year.
CHS Edinburg Budget KPI
CHS-E: Increase census capacity to 80% (avg of 48 students).
- Implement the Blackbaud System
- Migrate to the Cloud
IT Infrastructure KPI
Masterplan Project – “IT Infrastructure and Classroom Technology