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Annual Report 2017

Laying the Cornerstone


Leadership Message In Englewood, our preschool had 19 students attend summer school. This was the first time since the site opened in 2015 that we had funds to bridge school years with learning and adventure activities in July and August; 16 of those students entered kindergarten last fall better prepared for school. Parents in Englewood were so grateful, one said it best. “The children had something to do all summer and not get bored. The story telling, the trips, the school work…the teachers kept their minds afresh with words and numbers.”

Dear Friends, As we reflect on 2017, we acknowledge that the year was as much about planning for the future as it was focusing on the continuance of delivering high-quality services. Thank you for being part of our growth, which we hope you will enjoy reading about, and for your voices in shaping the path forward.

In Hyde Park, two new classrooms were added for 2-year-olds. Adding these new classrooms, our Hyde Park center now has 7 and is licensed for ages 6 weeks to five years old with space for over 100 students. Parent services grew, too, working with life coaches from LIFT Chicago to help parents build their own family plan and take the next steps in reaching their dreams.

We listened to our families and communities through needs surveys and we listened to donors. Each time you make a gift you show that your values align with our work for families– thank you!

In 2017 CCCS built upon our solid foundation of early childhood expertise and our growing reputation for youth development programs.

Chicago Child Care Society Board Of Directors

2016-2017 Officers Julia Beringer President

Dara T. Munson, CEO

Julia Beringer, Board President 2015-17

Robert Lindstrom Vice President

Francia E. Harrington Treasurer

Thayer Herte Richard F. Karger Andrew Kelly John G. Levi Eileen Lysaught Charles T. Marlas Jeanne C. Marsh Debra Mazloff Dorri McWhorter Robin Mumford

Steven V. Hunter Secretary

Robert K. Parsons Mary O’Brien Pearlman Tim Renz Nancy Snyder Elizabeth Sonnenschein Kevin P. Stineman Nicole Walker William Wolf Regina Wootton

Robert Crowe Mrs. Bert H. (Betsy) Early Conrad Fischer William D. Hall Edmund L. Jenkins Mrs. William L. Weiss (Jo)

Junior Board Thomas Neil President

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Life Members

Judith S. Block Herbert C. Blutenthal Sadry Café Daynor Carman Thomas W. Carr Caragh DeLuca Steven L. Gryll Suzanne Hammond Robert J. Harris Paul Herring

With Gratitude,

Chicago Child Care Society provides innovative, communitybased education and social service programs that address the current and emerging needs of vulnerable children and their families.

Our Youth Development programs added KALU – Kings Achieving Leadership and Understanding – for mentoring young men, and Bridges to Pathways for opportunity youth who are not connected to school or work. Along with existing programs, Next Step College Prep and Beyond Parenting, each group focuses on education and social-emotional growth. With guidance and support, students achieve high school graduation, build their life goals and identify their path to successful young adulthood.

In addition to building program capacity, 2017 was about “laying the cornerstone” for the future. We asked ourselves “What will it take to help provide the BEST chance for life success for the children we are so honored to serve?” In response to that question, our strategic planning defines an expanded vision for high quality services to support the whole family. When parents thrive, children thrive. CCCS is committed to being a primary resource to parents and caregivers just as we are a primary resource for their children. Over the next two years, with supporters and community partners, we will build pillars that surround parents with resources for education, employment, social connections, health and well-being and asset building. We will hold ourselves accountable for positive outcomes for parents and caregivers just as we do for their children. This two generation work is our cornerstone, our stake in the ground. We hope you will join us in this vision of supporting parents and building stronger communities. Our door is open for your thoughts and questions. Thank you, again, for your confidence in CCCS to create the impact that will be sustained for generations to come.

Mission Statement

McKenzie Coy Vice President

Caroline Parsons Treasurer

Danny Lewin Secretary

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Leadership Message In Englewood, our preschool had 19 students attend summer school. This was the first time since the site opened in 2015 that we had funds to bridge school years with learning and adventure activities in July and August; 16 of those students entered kindergarten last fall better prepared for school. Parents in Englewood were so grateful, one said it best. “The children had something to do all summer and not get bored. The story telling, the trips, the school work…the teachers kept their minds afresh with words and numbers.”

Dear Friends, As we reflect on 2017, we acknowledge that the year was as much about planning for the future as it was focusing on the continuance of delivering high-quality services. Thank you for being part of our growth, which we hope you will enjoy reading about, and for your voices in shaping the path forward.

In Hyde Park, two new classrooms were added for 2-year-olds. Adding these new classrooms, our Hyde Park center now has 7 and is licensed for ages 6 weeks to five years old with space for over 100 students. Parent services grew, too, working with life coaches from LIFT Chicago to help parents build their own family plan and take the next steps in reaching their dreams.

We listened to our families and communities through needs surveys and we listened to donors. Each time you make a gift you show that your values align with our work for families– thank you!

In 2017 CCCS built upon our solid foundation of early childhood expertise and our growing reputation for youth development programs.

Chicago Child Care Society Board Of Directors

2016-2017 Officers Julia Beringer President

Dara T. Munson, CEO

Julia Beringer, Board President 2015-17

Robert Lindstrom Vice President

Francia E. Harrington Treasurer

Thayer Herte Richard F. Karger Andrew Kelly John G. Levi Eileen Lysaught Charles T. Marlas Jeanne C. Marsh Debra Mazloff Dorri McWhorter Robin Mumford

Steven V. Hunter Secretary

Robert K. Parsons Mary O’Brien Pearlman Tim Renz Nancy Snyder Elizabeth Sonnenschein Kevin P. Stineman Nicole Walker William Wolf Regina Wootton

Robert Crowe Mrs. Bert H. (Betsy) Early Conrad Fischer William D. Hall Edmund L. Jenkins Mrs. William L. Weiss (Jo)

Junior Board Thomas Neil President

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Life Members

Judith S. Block Herbert C. Blutenthal Sadry Café Daynor Carman Thomas W. Carr Caragh DeLuca Steven L. Gryll Suzanne Hammond Robert J. Harris Paul Herring

With Gratitude,

Chicago Child Care Society provides innovative, communitybased education and social service programs that address the current and emerging needs of vulnerable children and their families.

Our Youth Development programs added KALU – Kings Achieving Leadership and Understanding – for mentoring young men, and Bridges to Pathways for opportunity youth who are not connected to school or work. Along with existing programs, Next Step College Prep and Beyond Parenting, each group focuses on education and social-emotional growth. With guidance and support, students achieve high school graduation, build their life goals and identify their path to successful young adulthood.

In addition to building program capacity, 2017 was about “laying the cornerstone” for the future. We asked ourselves “What will it take to help provide the BEST chance for life success for the children we are so honored to serve?” In response to that question, our strategic planning defines an expanded vision for high quality services to support the whole family. When parents thrive, children thrive. CCCS is committed to being a primary resource to parents and caregivers just as we are a primary resource for their children. Over the next two years, with supporters and community partners, we will build pillars that surround parents with resources for education, employment, social connections, health and well-being and asset building. We will hold ourselves accountable for positive outcomes for parents and caregivers just as we do for their children. This two generation work is our cornerstone, our stake in the ground. We hope you will join us in this vision of supporting parents and building stronger communities. Our door is open for your thoughts and questions. Thank you, again, for your confidence in CCCS to create the impact that will be sustained for generations to come.

Mission Statement

McKenzie Coy Vice President

Caroline Parsons Treasurer

Danny Lewin Secretary

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Outcomes & Impact Beyond Parenting Home Visit Program Preschool Centers - 120 Students, 50% Head Start

14%

Englewood Preschool: increase of 14% in number of students either exceeding or at appropriate age level in all critical developmental areas.

The biggest areas of growth were:

Over 200 families served

27% increase fine motor-skills

23% increase language skills

Survey of Parenting Practices Report

25%

Hyde Park Preschool: increase of 25% in number of students either exceeding or at appropriate age level in all critical developmental areas.

The biggest areas of growth were:

34% increase language skills

2 new classrooms for 2 year olds

251 developmental evaluations completed

30% increase cognitive and literacy skills

Maintained ExceleRate Gold Circle of Quality at the Hyde Park Center

90%

24%

growth

100% of children who did not pass the assessment received the appropriate early intervention services. Youth Development Programs

Next Step Program

88 young men served

• Curriculum Night

90 teen students served

(40 more than FY16)

• Pedestrian Safety Night

Expanded services

• Atypical Development Presentation received dental exams

Kings Achieving Leadership and Understanding KALU

• Parent Orientation • Monthly parent meetings and Parent Policy Council

percentage of Head Start eligible children served

in the following critical parenting areas (knowledge, confidence, ability and behavior) as a result of their participation in the program.

of children served received passing scores on the developmental assessment which provides measurements of: communication, gross and fine motor, problem solving and social emotional skills.

Parents and children were engaged throughout the year, via the following family events: received medical exams

Over 2,500 home visits completed

58 under-resourced expecting mothers received access to prenatal care through Beyond Parenting program and 100% received postnatal care.

Expanded services to 8th graders in 2 new schools: Curtis Elementary and Langston Hughes Elementary

from juniors and seniors to include freshmen and sophomores

• Literacy Night • STEM Night

Over 105

• Field Trips

group meetings conducted

92% graduation

rate for high school seniors – over 90% graduation rate over the past 5 years

Students are supported with mentoring for academics, life skills and violence prevention.

Early Head Start Home Visit Program Extended Family Support Program

• Over 250 families served • 575 Ages to Stages Questionnaires Completed • 53 (21%) children with disabilities served • Over 7,600 home visits completed • 59 parent-child socializations held

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99%

immunizations updated

93%

hearing and vision tests

99%

medical and dental examinations

119 families served (30 more than FY16)

53 guardianships achieved

Over $50,000 in financial assistance provided to enrolled families

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Outcomes & Impact Beyond Parenting Home Visit Program Preschool Centers - 120 Students, 50% Head Start

14%

Englewood Preschool: increase of 14% in number of students either exceeding or at appropriate age level in all critical developmental areas.

The biggest areas of growth were:

Over 200 families served

27% increase fine motor-skills

23% increase language skills

Survey of Parenting Practices Report

25%

Hyde Park Preschool: increase of 25% in number of students either exceeding or at appropriate age level in all critical developmental areas.

The biggest areas of growth were:

34% increase language skills

2 new classrooms for 2 year olds

251 developmental evaluations completed

30% increase cognitive and literacy skills

Maintained ExceleRate Gold Circle of Quality at the Hyde Park Center

90%

24%

growth

100% of children who did not pass the assessment received the appropriate early intervention services. Youth Development Programs

Next Step Program

88 young men served

• Curriculum Night

90 teen students served

(40 more than FY16)

• Pedestrian Safety Night

Expanded services

• Atypical Development Presentation received dental exams

Kings Achieving Leadership and Understanding KALU

• Parent Orientation • Monthly parent meetings and Parent Policy Council

percentage of Head Start eligible children served

in the following critical parenting areas (knowledge, confidence, ability and behavior) as a result of their participation in the program.

of children served received passing scores on the developmental assessment which provides measurements of: communication, gross and fine motor, problem solving and social emotional skills.

Parents and children were engaged throughout the year, via the following family events: received medical exams

Over 2,500 home visits completed

58 under-resourced expecting mothers received access to prenatal care through Beyond Parenting program and 100% received postnatal care.

Expanded services to 8th graders in 2 new schools: Curtis Elementary and Langston Hughes Elementary

from juniors and seniors to include freshmen and sophomores

• Literacy Night • STEM Night

Over 105

• Field Trips

group meetings conducted

92% graduation

rate for high school seniors – over 90% graduation rate over the past 5 years

Students are supported with mentoring for academics, life skills and violence prevention.

Early Head Start Home Visit Program Extended Family Support Program

• Over 250 families served • 575 Ages to Stages Questionnaires Completed • 53 (21%) children with disabilities served • Over 7,600 home visits completed • 59 parent-child socializations held

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99%

immunizations updated

93%

hearing and vision tests

99%

medical and dental examinations

119 families served (30 more than FY16)

53 guardianships achieved

Over $50,000 in financial assistance provided to enrolled families

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Tribute to Peggy Carr

Brianna’s Story At 14 years old, Brianna found herself pregnant and unsure of what her future would hold. She learned about Chicago Child Care Society’s Beyond Parenting program, available through her high school, and enrolled her freshman year.

Teacher Lottie Estes with Hyde Park preschool children, tending bulbs donated by Peggy Carr.

Our Spring Luncheon was a wonderful time, with more than 220 Chicago Child Care Society friends in attendance. We honored the legacy of Peggy Carr and her lifetime of devotion to at-risk children and their families, while raising over $134,000 in her memory.

When Brianna was in elementary school, her aunt was granted guardianship of her and her brother. Making the transition from living with her mother to her aunt was not easy for her. It became increasingly difficult because her aunt was not supportive of her decision to keep her baby. However, she was allowed to remain in the household with strict rules. In addition, Brianna had the stress of being concerned about her father being homeless. As time passed, Brianna remained strong and had a healthy baby, despite her arriving two months premature. Brianna dealt with parenthood very responsibly, finding child care for her daughter, waking up early in the morning to walk her there, then proceeding to school herself and tending to her daughter’s needs after school as well.

Dara Munson with CCCS clients Paaris Winston and Keandria Washington

Being of service to CCCS has been a family legacy since Peggy’s mother served on our board before her – and her son, Tom Carr, is a current board member. Peggy was our longest serving board member, volunteering at CCCS for seventy years. We lost Peggy several days after her 103rd birthday in the fall of 2016. Peggy will be greatly missed, but her legacy lives on in the garden named for her behind the Hyde Park Preschool, as well as the daffodil bulbs that our children planted and bloom each year.

Brianna participated heavily in CCCS’ Beyond Parenting program and took advantage of all opportunities such as attending numerous parent/child activities, group meetings, home visits, The Lullaby Project and many others. She was able to create a healthy work-school-home life balance and also managed to spend quality time with her daughter. Brianna maintained consistently good grades and had a GPA over 3.0 her entire high school career. In her senior year, she was inducted into the national honor society. While attending school, Brianna got a work-study job at the daycare her child attended. Brianna now has a full time job at the daycare and is taking college courses at Malcolm X College. Brianna eventually saved enough to get a car, and, most recently, her own apartment. Brianna has come a long way and will continue to be a positive role model for her daughter, showing her that with dedication and hard work she can do anything she puts her mind to. 6

From left to right CCCS Board members Mary O’Brien Pearlman, Dorri McWhorter, Bob Parsons, Suzanne Hammond, CEO Dara Munson, and Judy Block

From left to right Event Committee members Kate Russell, Pam Martin, Alice Schaff, CEO Dara Munson, Martha Clarkson, and Jennifer Keenan

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Tribute to Peggy Carr

Brianna’s Story At 14 years old, Brianna found herself pregnant and unsure of what her future would hold. She learned about Chicago Child Care Society’s Beyond Parenting program, available through her high school, and enrolled her freshman year.

Teacher Lottie Estes with Hyde Park preschool children, tending bulbs donated by Peggy Carr.

Our Spring Luncheon was a wonderful time, with more than 220 Chicago Child Care Society friends in attendance. We honored the legacy of Peggy Carr and her lifetime of devotion to at-risk children and their families, while raising over $134,000 in her memory.

When Brianna was in elementary school, her aunt was granted guardianship of her and her brother. Making the transition from living with her mother to her aunt was not easy for her. It became increasingly difficult because her aunt was not supportive of her decision to keep her baby. However, she was allowed to remain in the household with strict rules. In addition, Brianna had the stress of being concerned about her father being homeless. As time passed, Brianna remained strong and had a healthy baby, despite her arriving two months premature. Brianna dealt with parenthood very responsibly, finding child care for her daughter, waking up early in the morning to walk her there, then proceeding to school herself and tending to her daughter’s needs after school as well.

Dara Munson with CCCS clients Paaris Winston and Keandria Washington

Being of service to CCCS has been a family legacy since Peggy’s mother served on our board before her – and her son, Tom Carr, is a current board member. Peggy was our longest serving board member, volunteering at CCCS for seventy years. We lost Peggy several days after her 103rd birthday in the fall of 2016. Peggy will be greatly missed, but her legacy lives on in the garden named for her behind the Hyde Park Preschool, as well as the daffodil bulbs that our children planted and bloom each year.

Brianna participated heavily in CCCS’ Beyond Parenting program and took advantage of all opportunities such as attending numerous parent/child activities, group meetings, home visits, The Lullaby Project and many others. She was able to create a healthy work-school-home life balance and also managed to spend quality time with her daughter. Brianna maintained consistently good grades and had a GPA over 3.0 her entire high school career. In her senior year, she was inducted into the national honor society. While attending school, Brianna got a work-study job at the daycare her child attended. Brianna now has a full time job at the daycare and is taking college courses at Malcolm X College. Brianna eventually saved enough to get a car, and, most recently, her own apartment. Brianna has come a long way and will continue to be a positive role model for her daughter, showing her that with dedication and hard work she can do anything she puts her mind to. 6

From left to right CCCS Board members Mary O’Brien Pearlman, Dorri McWhorter, Bob Parsons, Suzanne Hammond, CEO Dara Munson, and Judy Block

From left to right Event Committee members Kate Russell, Pam Martin, Alice Schaff, CEO Dara Munson, Martha Clarkson, and Jennifer Keenan

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Why CCCS?

Why CCCS?

Educating Children

Supporting Young Adults

Children from low income households

hear 30 million fewer words

40%

than their higher income peers prior to age 4.

of American preschool students are not prepared for kindergarten.

23%

46%

of Chicago High School Seniors each year do not graduate.

of high school graduates from low income communities do not attend college within the first year.

Chicago Child Care Society Eliminates early learning barriers for children residing in low income communities.

89%

Our young adult programs provide: • Mentorship

of Next Step program seniors enrolled in college last year.

• College preparatory resources

Young children who experience multiple risk factors due to poverty are

Our Impact

OVER

90%

90

%

• Violence prevention more likely to have a developmental delay prior to entering into kindergarten.

Group mentoring is proven to reduce youth violence.

of preschoolers at CCCS are kindergarten ready each year.

Empowering Families

What does it take to serve the whole child?

Annual Donations 8%

33%

Charitable Trusts 5%

Private Contributions & Investments

66%

Public Grants & Contacts

Over 100,000 relatives in Illinois are providing care for related children.

An average of 200 children each year are diverted

Many are living at or below the poverty level and lack information and resources to be successful in their caregiving role.

from foster care because they received support from extended family caregivers with the help of CCCS, ensuring they remain in a familiar and loving environment.

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Invested Gifts Income

20%

Public Grants & Contracts

66%

Parent Fees

1%

With public funds decreasing and costs increasing each year, YOUR GIFTS MAKE THE DIFFERENCE! 9


Why CCCS?

Why CCCS?

Educating Children

Supporting Young Adults

Children from low income households

hear 30 million fewer words

40%

than their higher income peers prior to age 4.

of American preschool students are not prepared for kindergarten.

23%

46%

of Chicago High School Seniors each year do not graduate.

of high school graduates from low income communities do not attend college within the first year.

Chicago Child Care Society Eliminates early learning barriers for children residing in low income communities.

89%

Our young adult programs provide: • Mentorship

of Next Step program seniors enrolled in college last year.

• College preparatory resources

Young children who experience multiple risk factors due to poverty are

Our Impact

OVER

90%

90

%

• Violence prevention more likely to have a developmental delay prior to entering into kindergarten.

Group mentoring is proven to reduce youth violence.

of preschoolers at CCCS are kindergarten ready each year.

Empowering Families

What does it take to serve the whole child?

Annual Donations 8%

33%

Charitable Trusts 5%

Private Contributions & Investments

66%

Public Grants & Contacts

Over 100,000 relatives in Illinois are providing care for related children.

An average of 200 children each year are diverted

Many are living at or below the poverty level and lack information and resources to be successful in their caregiving role.

from foster care because they received support from extended family caregivers with the help of CCCS, ensuring they remain in a familiar and loving environment.

8

Invested Gifts Income

20%

Public Grants & Contracts

66%

Parent Fees

1%

With public funds decreasing and costs increasing each year, YOUR GIFTS MAKE THE DIFFERENCE! 9


Financials

Independent Auditor’s Report on the Supplementary Information Consolidating Statement of Financial Position June 30, 2017 Chicago Child Care Society To the Board of Directors Chicago Child Care Society Chicago, Illinois

We have audited the consolidated financial statements of Chicago Child Care Society (the Society) as of and for the years ended June 30, 2017 and 2016, and have issued our report thereon, dated May 15, 2018, which contained an unmodified opinion on those consolidated financial statements. Our audits were performed for the purpose of forming an opinion on the consolidated financial statements as a whole. We have not performed any procedures with respect to the audited consolidated financial statements subsequent to May 15, 2018. The accompanying supplementary information (consolidating statement of financial position as of June 30, 2017) is presented for purposes of additional analysis and is not a required part of the financial statements. Such information is the responsibility of management and was derived from and relates directly to the underlying accounting and other records used to prepare the consolidated financial statements. The information has been subjected to the auditing procedures applied in the audits of the consolidated financial statements and certain additional procedures, including comparing and reconciling such information directly to the underlying accounting and other records used to prepare the consolidated financial statements or to the consolidated financial statements themselves, and other additional procedures in accordance with auditing standards generally accepted in the United States of America. In our opinion, the information is fairly stated in all material respects in relation to the consolidated financial statements as a whole.

Chicago, Illinois May 15, 2018

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Consolidating Statement of Financial Position June 30, 2017 Chicago Child Care Society

Assets Cash Program receivables Accrued interest receivable Investments Prepaid expenses Land, building and equipment, net Beneficial interest in perpetual trusts Total assets

Sarah Hackett Stevenson Memorial

Total

$

127,868 166,544 23,697 17,119,893 34,410 2,889,482 8,086,389

$

7,213 5,326,204 -

$

127,868 166,544 30,910 22,446,097 34,410 2,889,482 8,086,389

$

28,448,283

$

5,333,417

$

33,781,700

$

68,878 121,387 761,939 952,204

$

$

68,878 121,387 761,939 952,204

Liabilities and Net Assets Liabilities: Accounts payable and accrued expenses Deferred revenue Accrued pension expense Total liabilities Net assets: Unrestricted: Undesignated Board designated Temporarily restricted Permanently restricted Total net assets Total liabilities and net assets

3,627,473 15,726,809 55,408 8,086,389 27,496,079 $

28,448,283

-

3,877,496 1,455,921 5,333,417 $

5,333,417

3,627,473 15,726,809 3,932,904 9,542,310 32,829,496 $

33,781,700

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Financials

Independent Auditor’s Report on the Supplementary Information Consolidating Statement of Financial Position June 30, 2017 Chicago Child Care Society To the Board of Directors Chicago Child Care Society Chicago, Illinois

We have audited the consolidated financial statements of Chicago Child Care Society (the Society) as of and for the years ended June 30, 2017 and 2016, and have issued our report thereon, dated May 15, 2018, which contained an unmodified opinion on those consolidated financial statements. Our audits were performed for the purpose of forming an opinion on the consolidated financial statements as a whole. We have not performed any procedures with respect to the audited consolidated financial statements subsequent to May 15, 2018. The accompanying supplementary information (consolidating statement of financial position as of June 30, 2017) is presented for purposes of additional analysis and is not a required part of the financial statements. Such information is the responsibility of management and was derived from and relates directly to the underlying accounting and other records used to prepare the consolidated financial statements. The information has been subjected to the auditing procedures applied in the audits of the consolidated financial statements and certain additional procedures, including comparing and reconciling such information directly to the underlying accounting and other records used to prepare the consolidated financial statements or to the consolidated financial statements themselves, and other additional procedures in accordance with auditing standards generally accepted in the United States of America. In our opinion, the information is fairly stated in all material respects in relation to the consolidated financial statements as a whole.

Chicago, Illinois May 15, 2018

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Consolidating Statement of Financial Position June 30, 2017 Chicago Child Care Society

Assets Cash Program receivables Accrued interest receivable Investments Prepaid expenses Land, building and equipment, net Beneficial interest in perpetual trusts Total assets

Sarah Hackett Stevenson Memorial

Total

$

127,868 166,544 23,697 17,119,893 34,410 2,889,482 8,086,389

$

7,213 5,326,204 -

$

127,868 166,544 30,910 22,446,097 34,410 2,889,482 8,086,389

$

28,448,283

$

5,333,417

$

33,781,700

$

68,878 121,387 761,939 952,204

$

$

68,878 121,387 761,939 952,204

Liabilities and Net Assets Liabilities: Accounts payable and accrued expenses Deferred revenue Accrued pension expense Total liabilities Net assets: Unrestricted: Undesignated Board designated Temporarily restricted Permanently restricted Total net assets Total liabilities and net assets

3,627,473 15,726,809 55,408 8,086,389 27,496,079 $

28,448,283

-

3,877,496 1,455,921 5,333,417 $

5,333,417

3,627,473 15,726,809 3,932,904 9,542,310 32,829,496 $

33,781,700

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2017 Highlights

2017 Highlights PricewaterhouseCoopers Learn & Play Day

Deloitte Art Project Service Day

It’s always a happy day for several dozen of our parents, toddlers and teens when PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) sponsors our year-end Learn & Play Day! Families come for food and fun the entire day. Not only is there a book giveaway and lunch, but basketball for all ages, pony rides, face painting, hoola hoops, a bouncy house, bean bag toss and much, much more.

For the second year in a row, Deloitte employees volunteered with our students, along with an art instructor from the Hyde Park Art Center. Our children had a great time, learning how to express themselves with paint and markers.

Thank you, Deloitte!

Thank you, PwC!

Englewood Summer Program Hyde Park Chamber of Commerce In July, CCCS hosted the Hyde Park Chamber of Commerce “First Thursday” monthly event. Fifty guests enjoyed networking in our shady outdoor patio by the children’s playground and butterfly garden. Thank you to HPCC Executive Director Wallace Goode and Operations Manager Adam Marks for bringing more awareness of CCCS services; we are happy to partner in making our community better!

Thanks to two board members, the Preschool Center at Englewood had its first summer session, with nineteen children in attendance for full day preschool.

Annual Meeting

Facebook Day of Caring Thanks so much to thirty Chicago Facebook employees who volunteered and donated books on their Day of Caring! Facebook volunteers played, read and taught our 2-4-year-olds with a variety of activities in five classrooms, as well as the playground. Thank you, Facebook!

Service Club of Chicago Donates a School Bus!

Many thanks to the Service Club of Chicago for donating a bus to help our students who need transportation to and from preschool. Our families truly appreciate it! 12

The keynote speaker for the annual meeting was Margie Morris, Executive Director of Mentor Illinois who shared the importance of mentors in our communities. CCCS welcomed incoming Board President Paul Herring of Grant Thornton and thanked outgoing President Julie Beringer of Wells Fargo. Barker Welfare Foundation and Kenilworth Union Church were honored as Donors of the Year. Two Next Step students received $1,000 Kenneth Watson Scholarships for college, Marshawn DuPree and Dirk Acklin. Thank you to Quarles & Brady for hosting our meeting and reception!

Dirk Acklin

Marshawn DuPree

Julie Beringer

Reed Eberle

Margie Morris

Paul Herring 13


2017 Highlights

2017 Highlights PricewaterhouseCoopers Learn & Play Day

Deloitte Art Project Service Day

It’s always a happy day for several dozen of our parents, toddlers and teens when PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) sponsors our year-end Learn & Play Day! Families come for food and fun the entire day. Not only is there a book giveaway and lunch, but basketball for all ages, pony rides, face painting, hoola hoops, a bouncy house, bean bag toss and much, much more.

For the second year in a row, Deloitte employees volunteered with our students, along with an art instructor from the Hyde Park Art Center. Our children had a great time, learning how to express themselves with paint and markers.

Thank you, Deloitte!

Thank you, PwC!

Englewood Summer Program Hyde Park Chamber of Commerce In July, CCCS hosted the Hyde Park Chamber of Commerce “First Thursday” monthly event. Fifty guests enjoyed networking in our shady outdoor patio by the children’s playground and butterfly garden. Thank you to HPCC Executive Director Wallace Goode and Operations Manager Adam Marks for bringing more awareness of CCCS services; we are happy to partner in making our community better!

Thanks to two board members, the Preschool Center at Englewood had its first summer session, with nineteen children in attendance for full day preschool.

Annual Meeting

Facebook Day of Caring Thanks so much to thirty Chicago Facebook employees who volunteered and donated books on their Day of Caring! Facebook volunteers played, read and taught our 2-4-year-olds with a variety of activities in five classrooms, as well as the playground. Thank you, Facebook!

Service Club of Chicago Donates a School Bus!

Many thanks to the Service Club of Chicago for donating a bus to help our students who need transportation to and from preschool. Our families truly appreciate it! 12

The keynote speaker for the annual meeting was Margie Morris, Executive Director of Mentor Illinois who shared the importance of mentors in our communities. CCCS welcomed incoming Board President Paul Herring of Grant Thornton and thanked outgoing President Julie Beringer of Wells Fargo. Barker Welfare Foundation and Kenilworth Union Church were honored as Donors of the Year. Two Next Step students received $1,000 Kenneth Watson Scholarships for college, Marshawn DuPree and Dirk Acklin. Thank you to Quarles & Brady for hosting our meeting and reception!

Dirk Acklin

Marshawn DuPree

Julie Beringer

Reed Eberle

Margie Morris

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THANK YOU! We can’t say it enough in showing you our gratitude on behalf of our children and families. Because of you students are supported to achieve their potential and families are building upon their dreams for the future. Following represents total gifts received between July 1, 2016 and June 30, 2017. We regret having not enough space to list giving below $100 but we appreciate your support of any amount.

$50,000 + United Way of Metro Chicago $20,000 - $49,999 The Barker Welfare Foundation Burt Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Richard Karger Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Rinder Service Club of Chicago Mr. William Wolf and Ms. Meredith Bluhm $10,000 - $19,999 Abbott Foundation AG Cox Charity Trust Margaret Wiley Carr Trust Mr. and Mrs. F. Conrad Fischer Kenilworth Union Church Foundation Make It Better Mr. Robert Parsons and Ms. Victoria Herget Ms. Mary O'Brien Pearlman and Mr. Greg Pearlman PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP Mr. Carl T. Rinder Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sitrick $5,000 - $9,999 Ms. Julia Beringer and Mr. Bob Jermon Burridge D. and Ina H. Butler Fund Ms. Caragh DeLuca Mr. and Mrs. Reed Eberle, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Marlas RSM US LLP Barbara and Barre Seid Foundation Sidley Austin LLP Mr. and Mrs. Hugo F. Sonnenschein Wells Fargo Foundation $2,500 - $4,999 Anonymous Mrs. Judith S. Block Philip D. Block III Family Foundation Burhop Box Company The Field Foundation of Illinois, Inc. Mr. David W. Grainger Ms. Francia Harrington Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harris Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Heineman Mr. Paul J. Herring Mr. Robert Lindstrom Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago Ms. Jeanne C. Marsh and Mr. Steven K. Shevell

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Thank You! Ms. Risco Mention-Lewis Ms. Dara T. Munson Mr. and Mrs. Karl Peet The Rhoades Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schloerb Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Snyder Mr. and Mrs. Kevin P. Stineman $1,000 - $2,499 Alliance Pension Consultants Axion RMS Francis Beidler III & Prudence R. Beidler Foundation The Berghorst Foundation Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew K. Block Margaret S. & Philip D. Block, Jr. Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Blutenthal Mr. Thomas W. Carr Mr. and Mrs. David R. Eblen The Field Museum Mr. John Krehbiel and Ms. Karen Z. Gray-Krehbiel Ms. Suzanne Hammond Horner Family Foundation Jack and Jill of America Windy City Chapter Jackson Lewis P.C. Mr. Edgar D. Jannotta, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Kersten Mr. and Mrs. John Levi Ms. Debra Mazloff Mr. and Mrs. Andrew McNally IV Ms. Erica C. Meyer Mrs. Barbara Parsons Mr. James D. Parsons Quarles & Brady LLP Ms. Margo Reese Ms. Traci M. Ribeiro Patrick G. and Shirley W. Ryan Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Segal Dr. Deborah Hagman-Shannon and Mr. Daniel Shannon Mr. and Mrs. John J. Sobota Mr. and Mrs. Eric Steele Mrs. Lisbeth Stiffel Mr. and Mrs. Peter Van Nice Mr. and Mrs. John R. Walter John & Carol Walter Family Foundation, Inc. Ms. Carol Warshawsky Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Wootton $500 - $999 Mr. Geoffrey A. Anderson Ms. Alexis Bailey Clifford W. Barnes Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. Belgrad Mr. and Mrs. Allan Bulley, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Randy Burt Ms. Pauline Bury Ms. Daynor M. Carman Mr. Christopher Chiu and Ms. Gay-Young Cho Ms. Barbara Cohen The Comcast Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Robert Crowe Ms. Diane C. Curtis Donnelley Foundation Mr. and Mrs. James J. Glasser Mrs. Toya Griffin-Aaron

Dr. Steven L. Gryll, Ph.D. Harris Associates, LP Ms. Valerie Hicks-Beal Mr. Curt Holderfield Mr. and Mrs. William R. Jentes Mr. Garrett B. Johnson Ms. Eileen Lysaught Mr. Michael Mangan Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. McKenna, Jr. Mr. José Molina-Ortega and Ms. Debra A. Moughamian Ms. Elizabeth M. Nolan Mr. and Mrs. Ralph L. O’Hara Ms. Lindsey Rinder and Mr. Brent Ragar Ms. Julie A. Roin and Mr. Saul Levmore Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Ross Dr. and Mrs. David G. Ruschhaupt Mrs. Doris P. Samuels Mr. Nicholas Samuels and Ms. Carol J. Montag Mr. Timothy J. Senechalle Ms. Gwen Solberg Dr. and Mrs. Michael I. Vender Mr. Michael R. Walsh and Ms. Elizabeth R. Foster Mr. and Mrs. William Wardrop Mr. Michael H. Watts and Ms. Donna Drapeau $250 - $499 Mr. Randolph Adamsick Mr. and Mrs. Richard Almeida Mr. and Mrs. George Becker Mr. and Mrs. John Beringer Mr. and Mrs. Philip D. Block IV Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Bodine Ms. Suzanne S. Borland Mr. and Mrs. John A. Bross Mr. and Mrs. Walter S. Carr Ms. Ann M. Carstensen Ms. Gelaine Coleman Ms. Caitlyn Culbertson Rep. Barbara Flynn Currie Mr. and Mrs. William J. Devers Mr. George E. Douglas Ms. Laura Espinoza Feitler Family Fund Ms. Mary Jo Field Mrs. Pamela Flowers-Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Peter B. Foreman Ms. Joanne B. Friedland Mr. and Mrs. Gary Gardner Mr. and Mrs. Isak Gerson Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence R. Grant Mr. Michael I. Green Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Gryll Mr. William Hamilton Mr. and Mrs. David Hatcher Mr. Brandon Hoekstra Mr. James R. Holderfield Mr. and Mrs. R. Thomas Howell, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles K. Huebner Mr. and Mrs. Philip W. Hummer Mr. Sean P. Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Keenan Mr. Andrew Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Kerr Mr. and Mrs. Chad Keuneke Ms. Jennifer Kronauer

Thank You! Mr. and Mrs. Fred F. Lauerman Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Leopold Cora Davis Magie Fund Mr. and Mrs. Kurt R. Mancillas Mr. Shawn Marnell Ms. Pam D. Martin Ms. Ann E. McDermott Ms. Amy McJoynt Michelini Farms Ms. Dayna Moser Mr. Pete Muecke and Ms. Sarah Sleight Mr. and Ms. Geoffrey Nagle Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph E. Nimocks, Sr. Ms. Caro L. Parsons Ms. Kimberly Pond Mr. and Mrs. William Powell Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin J. Randall Mr. Thomas Roberts and Ms. Teresa Grosch Dr. Robert A. Roubey and Ms. Lisa R. Brachman Mr. and Mrs. Peter Schaff Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sheffield Ms. Sarah Sprowl Ms. Sharon J. Stansbury Mr. and Mrs. Neele E. Stearns, Jr. Mr. Christopher Straus Mr. Richard L. Sumner Ms. Danielle Thigpen Ms. Kristen Van Dyke Mr. Wayne Whalen and Ms. Paula Wolff Mrs. Florence F. Wheeler Mr. Wallace Winter and Ms. Ellen Ewing S. Wolf & Associates, Inc. Mrs. Ann Wolff Mr. Jeffrey Zappone $100 - $249 Abbvie Inc. Ms. Maria Acevedo Mr. James L. Alexander Ms. Marilynn B. Alsdorf Ms. Sarah Ames Ms. Sandra Arrington Mrs. Susan M. Baird Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Barlow Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Barnes Ms. Donna Barrows Ms. Rebecca S. Bates Mrs. Helen Baxa Mr. Nick Beil Mr. and Mrs. Tom Beringer Mr. and Mrs. William Beringer Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Berry Mr. and Mrs. Harrington Bischof Ms. Sarah B. Bornstein Ms. Phyllis Brady Mr. Thomas Brown and Ms. Mary Douglas-Brown Ms. Ann M. Buckely Ms. Lucy Carr CFC Family Fund Mr. Stephen Childers Mr. and Mrs. Bertram Christoffel Ms. Elizabeth S. Clark Ms. Martha Clarkson Colley Elevator Co. Ms. Michelle L. Collins Mr. Christopher Conwill

Ms. Jane R. Coulson Ms. Mckenzie Coy Mr. John Craib-Cox Mr. and Mrs. Mark W. Croll Mr. and Mrs. Charles Custer Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. DeForest Mr. and Mrs. George Ellis Ms. Constance A. Etter Ms. Merri Ex Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Flanagan, Jr. Ms. Nina Foster Mr. and Mrs. C. Gary Gerst Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Glossberg Mr. and Mrs. William Gofen Mr. James Griffin Ms. Jenna Griffin Mr. and Mrs. John Grimmer Mr. James Grusecki Dr. Toinette Gunn Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Gustafson Mr. Gerald Haberkorn and Ms. Elizabeth L. Lubiniecki Mr. and Ms. Donald Haider, Jr. Ms. Mary Harmon

Ms. Doris Harris Mr. and Mrs. Ronald J. Herte Mr. and Mrs. Warren Ingersoll Ms. Jacquena Johnson Mr. McKay H. Johnson Ms. Nikisha N. Johnson Ms. Marissa W. Jones Ms. Monique B. Jones Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Krulee Mr. Frederick Lannert Mr. and Mrs. John T. Lawler William J. Lawlor III Trust Ms. Carolyn Leonard Mr. Daniel Lewin Ms. Taomi Madison-Kyte Mr. Claude R. Maechling and Ms. Carrie C. McNally Mr. Stephen Mahadeo Ms. Bonita Mall Mr. and Mrs. Patrick S. Manning Ms. Kymberly N. Marrinson Ms. Cynthia Mason Mr. and Mrs. P. Girard Mavon, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Withrow W. Meeker

Mr. Allan Mellske Ms. Laura Metzger Mr. Scott Milligan Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Moore Mr. and Mrs. George M. Morvis Ms. Brooke Mower Mr. and Mrs. Roger B. Myerson Dr. and Mrs. Charles F. Nadler Mr. and Mrs. Fredrik N. Nielsen Mr. Kyle Paek Ms. Caroline Parsons Dr. Robert W. Parsons Mr. and Mrs. Dale R. Pinkert Ms. Monique Pond Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Posner Ms. Angelique Power Ms. Janice R. Promer Ms. Alyssa D. Quinlan Ms. Michele Randall Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Rankin Mr. and Mrs. John W. Robinson Mrs. Susan Rubnitz Ms. Kate Russell Ms. Saumitra Sahi

Ms. Elizabeth Sharp Mr. Peter Sherman Mr. and Mrs. James J. Sherry Ms. Beverly Sibbles Ms. Erin Siegel Mr. and Mrs. Steven W. Skinner Mr. Gibson Smith Mr. Brian D. Starr Mr. and Mrs. Donald Stewart Mr. and Mrs. Harvey J. Struthers, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James H. Swartchild, Jr. Mr. James M. Trapp Ms. Anne Tucker Mr. Rahul Varshney Dr. and Mrs. Jeffery S. Vender Mr. Ignacio Villalobos Voices for Illinois Children Ms. Joan K. Wagner Mr. J. M. Woollen and Ms. Karen Haugen Mr. Steve Zuwala

Ruth C. Bamford Legacy Society We are forever grateful for our supporters who help us build current and future programs for children, young adults and families to reach their dreams. By communicating your intention to leave a gift to Chicago Child Care Society in your estate plans, you join the Ruth C. Bamford Legacy Society. You can make a planned gift in honor or in memory of a loved one - someone who cared about CCCS and benefited from our important work, someone who would want CCCS’ work to continue.

Ways to Give

In addition to cash donations and bequest gifts, we accept other types of contributions which may be beneficial to your financial and philanthropic goals. Consider these tools to advance your life mission and the mission of CCCS: • Appreciated

stock distributions • Donor advised fund grants • IRA

• Insurance,

savings and investment accounts beneficiary designation • Charitable trusts and gift annuities

Find out more at cccsociety.org or contact Deb Schlies at dschlies@cccsociety.org.

Workplace & Donor Advised Funds Many individuals contribute to Chicago Child Care Society through United Way, workplace giving campaigns, and donor advised funds. Ask your employer if you can participate in workplace giving or matching gifts program. Thank you to all of these organizations that amplify your charity: Abbott Employment Fund AbbVie Workplace Giving AT&T Employment Fund Ayco Charitable Foundation Bank of America Workplace Giving BMO Financial Group Workplace Giving Chicago Community Trust Enterprise Leasing Company Workplace Giving Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund JCPenney Change for Better Campaign Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago Johnson & Johnson Workplace Giving GE Workplace Giving

Morgan Stanley Global Impact Funding Trust Network For Good Northern Trust Workplace Giving Pricewaterhouse Coopers Employment Fund S & C Electric Company Workplace Giving Rochester Area Community Foundation Shure Inc. Workplace Giving Silicon Valley Community Foundation United Way of Metropolitan Chicago UPS Workplace Giving Wells Fargo Foundation Workplace Giving William Blair & Company Workplace Giving Your Cause 15


THANK YOU! We can’t say it enough in showing you our gratitude on behalf of our children and families. Because of you students are supported to achieve their potential and families are building upon their dreams for the future. Following represents total gifts received between July 1, 2016 and June 30, 2017. We regret having not enough space to list giving below $100 but we appreciate your support of any amount.

$50,000 + United Way of Metro Chicago $20,000 - $49,999 The Barker Welfare Foundation Burt Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Richard Karger Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Rinder Service Club of Chicago Mr. William Wolf and Ms. Meredith Bluhm $10,000 - $19,999 Abbott Foundation AG Cox Charity Trust Margaret Wiley Carr Trust Mr. and Mrs. F. Conrad Fischer Kenilworth Union Church Foundation Make It Better Mr. Robert Parsons and Ms. Victoria Herget Ms. Mary O'Brien Pearlman and Mr. Greg Pearlman PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP Mr. Carl T. Rinder Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sitrick $5,000 - $9,999 Ms. Julia Beringer and Mr. Bob Jermon Burridge D. and Ina H. Butler Fund Ms. Caragh DeLuca Mr. and Mrs. Reed Eberle, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Marlas RSM US LLP Barbara and Barre Seid Foundation Sidley Austin LLP Mr. and Mrs. Hugo F. Sonnenschein Wells Fargo Foundation $2,500 - $4,999 Anonymous Mrs. Judith S. Block Philip D. Block III Family Foundation Burhop Box Company The Field Foundation of Illinois, Inc. Mr. David W. Grainger Ms. Francia Harrington Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harris Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Heineman Mr. Paul J. Herring Mr. Robert Lindstrom Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago Ms. Jeanne C. Marsh and Mr. Steven K. Shevell

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Thank You! Ms. Risco Mention-Lewis Ms. Dara T. Munson Mr. and Mrs. Karl Peet The Rhoades Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schloerb Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Snyder Mr. and Mrs. Kevin P. Stineman $1,000 - $2,499 Alliance Pension Consultants Axion RMS Francis Beidler III & Prudence R. Beidler Foundation The Berghorst Foundation Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew K. Block Margaret S. & Philip D. Block, Jr. Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Blutenthal Mr. Thomas W. Carr Mr. and Mrs. David R. Eblen The Field Museum Mr. John Krehbiel and Ms. Karen Z. Gray-Krehbiel Ms. Suzanne Hammond Horner Family Foundation Jack and Jill of America Windy City Chapter Jackson Lewis P.C. Mr. Edgar D. Jannotta, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Kersten Mr. and Mrs. John Levi Ms. Debra Mazloff Mr. and Mrs. Andrew McNally IV Ms. Erica C. Meyer Mrs. Barbara Parsons Mr. James D. Parsons Quarles & Brady LLP Ms. Margo Reese Ms. Traci M. Ribeiro Patrick G. and Shirley W. Ryan Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Segal Dr. Deborah Hagman-Shannon and Mr. Daniel Shannon Mr. and Mrs. John J. Sobota Mr. and Mrs. Eric Steele Mrs. Lisbeth Stiffel Mr. and Mrs. Peter Van Nice Mr. and Mrs. John R. Walter John & Carol Walter Family Foundation, Inc. Ms. Carol Warshawsky Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Wootton $500 - $999 Mr. Geoffrey A. Anderson Ms. Alexis Bailey Clifford W. Barnes Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. Belgrad Mr. and Mrs. Allan Bulley, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Randy Burt Ms. Pauline Bury Ms. Daynor M. Carman Mr. Christopher Chiu and Ms. Gay-Young Cho Ms. Barbara Cohen The Comcast Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Robert Crowe Ms. Diane C. Curtis Donnelley Foundation Mr. and Mrs. James J. Glasser Mrs. Toya Griffin-Aaron

Dr. Steven L. Gryll, Ph.D. Harris Associates, LP Ms. Valerie Hicks-Beal Mr. Curt Holderfield Mr. and Mrs. William R. Jentes Mr. Garrett B. Johnson Ms. Eileen Lysaught Mr. Michael Mangan Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. McKenna, Jr. Mr. José Molina-Ortega and Ms. Debra A. Moughamian Ms. Elizabeth M. Nolan Mr. and Mrs. Ralph L. O’Hara Ms. Lindsey Rinder and Mr. Brent Ragar Ms. Julie A. Roin and Mr. Saul Levmore Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Ross Dr. and Mrs. David G. Ruschhaupt Mrs. Doris P. Samuels Mr. Nicholas Samuels and Ms. Carol J. Montag Mr. Timothy J. Senechalle Ms. Gwen Solberg Dr. and Mrs. Michael I. Vender Mr. Michael R. Walsh and Ms. Elizabeth R. Foster Mr. and Mrs. William Wardrop Mr. Michael H. Watts and Ms. Donna Drapeau $250 - $499 Mr. Randolph Adamsick Mr. and Mrs. Richard Almeida Mr. and Mrs. George Becker Mr. and Mrs. John Beringer Mr. and Mrs. Philip D. Block IV Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Bodine Ms. Suzanne S. Borland Mr. and Mrs. John A. Bross Mr. and Mrs. Walter S. Carr Ms. Ann M. Carstensen Ms. Gelaine Coleman Ms. Caitlyn Culbertson Rep. Barbara Flynn Currie Mr. and Mrs. William J. Devers Mr. George E. Douglas Ms. Laura Espinoza Feitler Family Fund Ms. Mary Jo Field Mrs. Pamela Flowers-Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Peter B. Foreman Ms. Joanne B. Friedland Mr. and Mrs. Gary Gardner Mr. and Mrs. Isak Gerson Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence R. Grant Mr. Michael I. Green Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Gryll Mr. William Hamilton Mr. and Mrs. David Hatcher Mr. Brandon Hoekstra Mr. James R. Holderfield Mr. and Mrs. R. Thomas Howell, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles K. Huebner Mr. and Mrs. Philip W. Hummer Mr. Sean P. Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Keenan Mr. Andrew Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Kerr Mr. and Mrs. Chad Keuneke Ms. Jennifer Kronauer

Thank You! Mr. and Mrs. Fred F. Lauerman Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Leopold Cora Davis Magie Fund Mr. and Mrs. Kurt R. Mancillas Mr. Shawn Marnell Ms. Pam D. Martin Ms. Ann E. McDermott Ms. Amy McJoynt Michelini Farms Ms. Dayna Moser Mr. Pete Muecke and Ms. Sarah Sleight Mr. and Ms. Geoffrey Nagle Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph E. Nimocks, Sr. Ms. Caro L. Parsons Ms. Kimberly Pond Mr. and Mrs. William Powell Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin J. Randall Mr. Thomas Roberts and Ms. Teresa Grosch Dr. Robert A. Roubey and Ms. Lisa R. Brachman Mr. and Mrs. Peter Schaff Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sheffield Ms. Sarah Sprowl Ms. Sharon J. Stansbury Mr. and Mrs. Neele E. Stearns, Jr. Mr. Christopher Straus Mr. Richard L. Sumner Ms. Danielle Thigpen Ms. Kristen Van Dyke Mr. Wayne Whalen and Ms. Paula Wolff Mrs. Florence F. Wheeler Mr. Wallace Winter and Ms. Ellen Ewing S. Wolf & Associates, Inc. Mrs. Ann Wolff Mr. Jeffrey Zappone $100 - $249 Abbvie Inc. Ms. Maria Acevedo Mr. James L. Alexander Ms. Marilynn B. Alsdorf Ms. Sarah Ames Ms. Sandra Arrington Mrs. Susan M. Baird Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Barlow Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Barnes Ms. Donna Barrows Ms. Rebecca S. Bates Mrs. Helen Baxa Mr. Nick Beil Mr. and Mrs. Tom Beringer Mr. and Mrs. William Beringer Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Berry Mr. and Mrs. Harrington Bischof Ms. Sarah B. Bornstein Ms. Phyllis Brady Mr. Thomas Brown and Ms. Mary Douglas-Brown Ms. Ann M. Buckely Ms. Lucy Carr CFC Family Fund Mr. Stephen Childers Mr. and Mrs. Bertram Christoffel Ms. Elizabeth S. Clark Ms. Martha Clarkson Colley Elevator Co. Ms. Michelle L. Collins Mr. Christopher Conwill

Ms. Jane R. Coulson Ms. Mckenzie Coy Mr. John Craib-Cox Mr. and Mrs. Mark W. Croll Mr. and Mrs. Charles Custer Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. DeForest Mr. and Mrs. George Ellis Ms. Constance A. Etter Ms. Merri Ex Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Flanagan, Jr. Ms. Nina Foster Mr. and Mrs. C. Gary Gerst Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Glossberg Mr. and Mrs. William Gofen Mr. James Griffin Ms. Jenna Griffin Mr. and Mrs. John Grimmer Mr. James Grusecki Dr. Toinette Gunn Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Gustafson Mr. Gerald Haberkorn and Ms. Elizabeth L. Lubiniecki Mr. and Ms. Donald Haider, Jr. Ms. Mary Harmon

Ms. Doris Harris Mr. and Mrs. Ronald J. Herte Mr. and Mrs. Warren Ingersoll Ms. Jacquena Johnson Mr. McKay H. Johnson Ms. Nikisha N. Johnson Ms. Marissa W. Jones Ms. Monique B. Jones Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Krulee Mr. Frederick Lannert Mr. and Mrs. John T. Lawler William J. Lawlor III Trust Ms. Carolyn Leonard Mr. Daniel Lewin Ms. Taomi Madison-Kyte Mr. Claude R. Maechling and Ms. Carrie C. McNally Mr. Stephen Mahadeo Ms. Bonita Mall Mr. and Mrs. Patrick S. Manning Ms. Kymberly N. Marrinson Ms. Cynthia Mason Mr. and Mrs. P. Girard Mavon, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Withrow W. Meeker

Mr. Allan Mellske Ms. Laura Metzger Mr. Scott Milligan Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Moore Mr. and Mrs. George M. Morvis Ms. Brooke Mower Mr. and Mrs. Roger B. Myerson Dr. and Mrs. Charles F. Nadler Mr. and Mrs. Fredrik N. Nielsen Mr. Kyle Paek Ms. Caroline Parsons Dr. Robert W. Parsons Mr. and Mrs. Dale R. Pinkert Ms. Monique Pond Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Posner Ms. Angelique Power Ms. Janice R. Promer Ms. Alyssa D. Quinlan Ms. Michele Randall Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Rankin Mr. and Mrs. John W. Robinson Mrs. Susan Rubnitz Ms. Kate Russell Ms. Saumitra Sahi

Ms. Elizabeth Sharp Mr. Peter Sherman Mr. and Mrs. James J. Sherry Ms. Beverly Sibbles Ms. Erin Siegel Mr. and Mrs. Steven W. Skinner Mr. Gibson Smith Mr. Brian D. Starr Mr. and Mrs. Donald Stewart Mr. and Mrs. Harvey J. Struthers, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James H. Swartchild, Jr. Mr. James M. Trapp Ms. Anne Tucker Mr. Rahul Varshney Dr. and Mrs. Jeffery S. Vender Mr. Ignacio Villalobos Voices for Illinois Children Ms. Joan K. Wagner Mr. J. M. Woollen and Ms. Karen Haugen Mr. Steve Zuwala

Ruth C. Bamford Legacy Society We are forever grateful for our supporters who help us build current and future programs for children, young adults and families to reach their dreams. By communicating your intention to leave a gift to Chicago Child Care Society in your estate plans, you join the Ruth C. Bamford Legacy Society. You can make a planned gift in honor or in memory of a loved one - someone who cared about CCCS and benefited from our important work, someone who would want CCCS’ work to continue.

Ways to Give

In addition to cash donations and bequest gifts, we accept other types of contributions which may be beneficial to your financial and philanthropic goals. Consider these tools to advance your life mission and the mission of CCCS: • Appreciated

stock distributions • Donor advised fund grants • IRA

• Insurance,

savings and investment accounts beneficiary designation • Charitable trusts and gift annuities

Find out more at cccsociety.org or contact Deb Schlies at dschlies@cccsociety.org.

Workplace & Donor Advised Funds Many individuals contribute to Chicago Child Care Society through United Way, workplace giving campaigns, and donor advised funds. Ask your employer if you can participate in workplace giving or matching gifts program. Thank you to all of these organizations that amplify your charity: Abbott Employment Fund AbbVie Workplace Giving AT&T Employment Fund Ayco Charitable Foundation Bank of America Workplace Giving BMO Financial Group Workplace Giving Chicago Community Trust Enterprise Leasing Company Workplace Giving Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund JCPenney Change for Better Campaign Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago Johnson & Johnson Workplace Giving GE Workplace Giving

Morgan Stanley Global Impact Funding Trust Network For Good Northern Trust Workplace Giving Pricewaterhouse Coopers Employment Fund S & C Electric Company Workplace Giving Rochester Area Community Foundation Shure Inc. Workplace Giving Silicon Valley Community Foundation United Way of Metropolitan Chicago UPS Workplace Giving Wells Fargo Foundation Workplace Giving William Blair & Company Workplace Giving Your Cause 15


About Us Empowering Families Transforming Lives Since 1849 Community-based services for Chicago’s south side and south suburbs. Award-winning preschool, effective youth mentoring, compassionate family support.

• Licensed Preschool, State of Illinois • Member of: • Child Welfare League of America • Child Care Association of Illinois • Illinois Collaboration on Youth

• Accredited by: • Council on Accreditation for Children and Family Service • National Association for the Education of Young Children

• Awarded the Gold Circle of Quality rating from ExceleRate Illinois

Contact Us For more information about Chicago Child Care Society, please visit: CCCSociety.org or contact us at: Chicago Child Care Society 5467 South University Avenue Chicago, IL 60615 773.643.0452 tel 773.643-0620 fax

Leadership Team Dara T. Munson Chief Executive Officer Curt Holderfield Chief Program Officer Toya Griffin-Aaron Chief Finance and Operations Officer Erin Walton Development Director

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