b'Girl Power VolleyballNiagara County Community College hosted a Girl Power youth volleyball tournament on December 11, 2019 for over one hundred girls from Niagara Falls and North Tonawanda intermediate schools as part of a $400,000 grant from the Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Foundation.The grant supports a youth sport/leadership program between Niagara County Community College (NCCC) and the Niagara Falls and North Tonawanda School districts. The Wilson Foundation drives the Project Play: Western New York initiative aimed at getting and keeping more youth in sports. The three schools that participated in the fall semester were North Tonawanda Intermediate, Cataract and Hyde Park Middle Schools in Niagara Falls.The participants were girls ages 11-12 from each of theFinancialsschools fifth grade classes. Financial Data2018-19 Revenue 2018-19 ExpensesTotal: $45,187,421 Total: $45,187,421Student Revenue: $17,982,256 Personnel Services: $24,321,138State Aid: $11,745,542 Employee Benefits (A): $13,885,059Sponsor Contributions: $8,971,000 Contractual Expenses: $6,573,510Chargebacks: $5,216,971 Equipment: $407,714Other Revenues: $700,774 (A)Does not include the expense associated with Government Accounting Standards Board Statement (GASBS) 75 regarding the accounting for other post-employment benefits of $5,672,788 or GASBS 68 regarding the accounting for the Colleges proportionate share of the Fund Balance: $570,878 New York State pension plans of $636,705 for fiscal year 2018-19.2019-2020 Annual Report29'