Avivo 2021 Gratitude Report

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Avivo is HERE for good. For recovery. For advancement. And housing for all. 2021 Gratitude Letter Letter from President & CEO 2021 was a year the world hoped the pandemic would end. It chose to rage on. It continued to threaten the health and well-being of our participants. But, Avivo stood strong. Avivo is HERE for change in the lives of Minnesota families and the community. 2021 was still one of the harshest years for people who face the toughest challenges—homelessness, struggling with substance use disorders or mental illness, and living in poverty. Reports show the crises of opioid use and unsheltered homelessness are at alarming and all-time highs. Families living on the lowest wages are overwhelmed and struggling, and employers cannot find workers. Fortunately, Avivo is HERE for families in Minnesota. Avivo uniquely pairs its housing, chemical and mental health, training and employment services, whenever possible, to support personal paths of health and economic mobility for each person we serve. Because of your commitment to Avivo: More than 11,000 individuals and their families benefited from Avivo services. 1,664 individuals were served to find or maintain housing to avert homelessness. 3,200 people accessed our treatment, recovery and mental health services. 1,414 individuals entered jobs and careers. 1,250 individuals and their families moved off public assistance and into work. Avivo advanced justice, diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) initiatives to further its commitment to undoing racism and eliminate disparities as a shared experience of Avivo employees, people served and guests. In the following report, you will discover why Avivo’s work is so critical to increasing the well-being of families and communities. For individuals who need us the most, you helped make all the difference. Because of you, Avivo is HERE for Good. For All. Thank you for believing everyone deserves the chance to live well and work well! With gratitude,

Kelly Matter President & CEO

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We work to end HOMELESSNESS. We provide EDUCATION and training. We support RECOVERY and mental health. We prepare people for EMPLOYMENT and success.

2021 At A Glance 11,236 INDIVIDUALS AND FAMILIES SERVED 1,664 INDIVIDUALS WERE SERVED IN FINDING OR MAINTAINING HOUSING, MOVING OUT OF HOMELESSNESS 3,200 INDIVIDUALS ACCESSED AVIVO’S SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER TREATMENT AND MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES 1,414 PEOPLE ENTERED JOBS OR CAREERS 1,250 INDIVIDUALS AND THEIR FAMILIES MOVED OFF PUBLIC ASSISTANCE AND INTO WORK 68% OF PEOPLE SERVED WERE BLACK, INDIGENOUS AND PEOPLE OF COLOR 99% OF AVIVO PARTICIPANTS WERE AT OR BELOW THE FEDERAL POVERTY GUIDELINE ($27,750 FOR A FAMILY OF FOUR)


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Avivo is HERE to end HOMELESSNESS. Our teams continue to do whatever it takes to help individuals experiencing homelessness take their next best steps to permanent housing. Avivo Village, a non-traditional shelter model that’s the region’s first-ever, indoor village of 100 tiny houses, completed its first year of serving people living unsheltered in Hennepin County. Street outreach, hotel-to-home program initiatives and housing case management services combined to provide effective and COVID-aware responses to helping 1,664 individuals find and maintain housing.

238 RESIDENTS WERE SERVED BY AVIVO VILLAGE, SINCE OPENING IN DECEMBER 2020 48 MOVED ON FROM AVIVO VILLAGE INTO PERMANENT HOUSING 1,664 INDIVIDUALS WERE SERVED IN FINDING OR MAINTAINING HOUSING

“Being in my own housing has really given me purpose. I see good things in my future. The future’s looking great for me.” – ERIC Eric was living on the streets for five years and trying to hold down a job. A street outreach worker helped him get into Avivo Village, our transitional housing shelter focused on helping individuals find permanent housing. He was connected with the supports he needed to move into an affordable apartment. He is working on his career and life goals. Having a home allows him to spend time with his children.

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Avivo is HERE to provide EDUCATION and training. Avivo Institute of Career & Technical Education offered in-person and virtual career education programs, training healthcare and computer technicians and students in business and computer applications and information technology. The school achieved re-accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). 45 STUDENTS WERE ABLE TO ACCESS TRAINING THANKS TO AVIVO’S LAPTOP AND HOTSPOT LENDING LIBRARY TWO NEW TRAINING PROGRAMS FOR CAREERS IN CLEAN ENERGY WERE LAUNCHED IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE REGIONAL APPRENTICESHIP TRAINING CENTER PARTNER IN NORTH MINNEAPOLIS 191 STUDENTS ENROLLED IN TRAINING COURSES, SERVED IN MINNEAPOLIS AND ST. CLOUD

“Avivo really prepared me for an IT career. If I hadn’t had training like what I had at Avivo, I wouldn’t have been successful.” – PHILIP Philip endured multiple layoffs and decided a career change was the answer, rather than another short-term job. Deciding on a career in information technology (IT), he enrolled in Avivo Institute for Career & Technical Education. He was selected for an IT internship at Avivo after graduating, which gave him experience in a tough job market during the pandemic. His IT certifications, combined with the hands-on experience, helped him quickly land his current job!

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Avivo is HERE to support RECOVERY and mental health. Avivo is the place mothers elect for treatment, because at Avivo mothers and their children can recover together. Avivo offers substance use disorder, outpatient treatment for individuals and both residential and outpatient treatment for mothers and their children. Avivo’s mental health services and mental health clinic support individuals who live with mental illness and are underserved with limited access to services. 3,200 INDIVIDUALS ACCESSED AVIVO’S SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER TREATMENT AND MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES 10 BABIES WERE BORN CHEMICALLY-FREE TO MOTHERS IN AVIVO’S TREATMENT PROGRAMS AVIVO’S MENTAL HEALTH CLINIC OPENED IN THE HEART OF MINNEAPOLIS WITH PLANS TO ADD CHILDREN’S THERAPEUTIC SUPPORT SERVICES

“I know for a fact that if I didn’t have housing when I went to Avivo I would’ve been good for maybe three months... having somewhere to lay your head at, to be safe... that sense of security through your journey is crucial.” – SHARON Because mothers can go through treatment at Avivo with their children, Sharon reunited with her 15-year-old daughter when she entered Avivo’s program. She shared it was “better than Christmas!” Now two years in recovery, they’ve moved into their own apartment. Sharon is working for an emergency shelter for homeless youth and happy she is able to give back.

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Avivo is HERE to prepare people for EMPLOYMENT and success. Avivo is expanding the EMPath Mobility Mentoring® model beyond its three-year pilot and incorporating the approach in its employment services that serve families living on public assistance. It involves coaching participants in five areas: family stability, well-being, financial management and employment to ensure long-term economic mobility. In 2021, Avivo also concluded a 12-month, universal basic income pilot. Thanks to the generosity of philanthropist and Avivo donor Nancy Somers, 15 Avivo participants received $1,000 a month to help stabilize their lives and advance economically.

1,414 PEOPLE ENTERED JOBS OR CAREERS 1,250 INDIVIDUALS AND THEIR FAMILIES MOVED OFF PUBLIC ASSISTANCE AND INTO WORK 9 OF 10 PEOPLE RETAINED WORK FOR SIX MONTHS OR MORE

[Jacqueline at Avivo helped me] with continuing my course work at Avivo... connecting me to interviewing... and Avivo’s [UBI] grant program.” – PAMELA When the pandemic hit in March 2020, Pamela’s training halted. She lost supports and could not work. With Avivo’s help, she completed her training and found employment. Participating in Avivo’s guaranteed income pilot program gave her regular monthly income that helped her focus. She found a full-time job, was able to purchase a “little bitty” car, cover costs for childcare and set aside some savings. Avivo participant Pamela, Courtesy of Max Nesterak, Minnesota Reformer. 10

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Financials

STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES (AUDITED) FOR THE 12 MONTHS ENDED DECEMBER 31, 2021 6% Contributions

SUPPORT & REVENUE Government Contracts

$ 20,754,328

Program Fees & Other

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13,417,694

Paycheck Protection Program Loan Forgiveness

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3,198,800

Contributions (including United Way)

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2,250,086

Total

$ 39,620,908

8% Paycheck Protection Program Loan Forgiveness

34% Program Fees & Other

52% Government Contracts

2% Fundraising

EXPENSES Ending Homelessness

$

15,715,391

Chemical & Mental Health

$

8,525,669

Employment Services & Career Education $

7,474,576

Management & General

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3,151,135

Fundraising

$

697,372

Total

$ 35,564,143

Change in Net Assets*

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4,056,765

9% Management & General 21% Employment Services & Career Education 24% Chemical & Mental Health 44% Ending Homelessness

*During the fiscal year ending December 31, 2020, Avivo received a loan in the amount of $3.2 million from the Payroll Protection Program (the PPP Loan). The federal program allowed for the loan to be forgiven subject to compliance and approval based on the timing and use of funds in accordance with the program. On June 8, 2021, the PPP Loan was forgiven.

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AVIVO AND SUBSIDIARIES CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF FINANCIAL POSITION DECEMBER 31, 2021 AND 2020

ASSETS CURRENT ASSETS Cash and Cash Equivalents Accounts Receivable (Less Allowance for Doubtful Accounts of $148,003 in 2021 and $166,960 in 2020) Pledges Receivable Prepaid Expenses Total Current Assets

OTHER ASSETS Charitable Remainder Unitrust Unemployment Trust Right of Use Asset - Operating Property and Equipment, Net Total Other Assets Total Assets

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CURRENT ASSETS $5,389,050 $3,386,847

6,756,559 4,199,555

$366,000 $967,880 $10,109,777

166,744 928,196 12,051,054

OTHER ASSETS $377,583 $454,247 $3,297,821 $13,874,173 $17,963,824

317,314 73,191 4,297,453 13,434,583 18,122,541

$28,073,601

30,173,595

$288,041 $2,077,085 $379,735 $922,745 $14,280 — $3,681,886

433,293 3,114,031 360,491 1,019,291 64,716 254,979 5,246,801

LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS CURRENT LIABILITIES Accounts Payable Accrued Expense Notes Payable – Current Lease Liability – Current Operating Refundable Advances Deferred Revenue Total Current Liabilities

LONG-TERM LIABILITIES Notes Payable – Long-Term Lease Liability – Long-Term Operating Asset Retirement Obligation Total Long–Term Liabilities Total Liabilities

NET ASSETS Without Donor Restrictions With Donor Restrictions Total Net Assets Total Liabilities and Net Assets

LONG-TERM LIABILITIES $9,297,844 $2,375,076 — $11,672,920

12,856,392 3,282,897 124,475 16,264,764

$15,354,806

21,511,565

NET ASSETS $10,558,490 $2,160,305 $12,718,795

6,360,317 2,301,713 8,662,030

$28,073,601

30,173,595

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Because of you, Avivo is HERE for Good. For All. Avivo is making the greatest impact in our communities because of amazing donors, partners and volunteers. Thank you for believing everyone deserves the chance to live well and work well.

$2,250,086 RAISED IN CHARITABLE GIVING AND UNITED WAY 1,269 VOLUNTEERS DONATED 10,995 HOURS $340,610 IS THE ESTIMATED VALUE OF OUR VOLUNTEERS’ HOURS (INDEPENDENT SECTOR)

The Kingdom Builders, Plekkenpol Builders, and John Kraemer and Sons, Inc. Avivo is very excited to have partnered again with build partners to renovate apartments for families in its transitional recovery housing. We remain grateful to The Kingdom Builders, Plekkenpol Builders, and John Kraemer and Sons, Inc. who renovated six apartments with funding in part by the Housing First Minnesota Foundation and the Patrick and Aimee Butler Family Foundation. This gift of home will give to families for generations to come.


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Matt and Maria Hultman have been supporting Avivo since 2008. Matt discovered Avivo while working at UPS through his employer’s United Way campaign. According to Matt and Maria, supporting Avivo is personal.

“We lost someone very dear to us who was impacted by chemical dependency, mental illness and homelessness. We truly believe if we had found an organization like Avivo then, they would have had a chance at living a healthy life.” In addition to supporting Avivo financially, they have volunteered to lead practice interviews for Avivo participants, adopted families to provide holiday gifts, helped participants with job seeking, and more. “We are inspired to support Avivo as they work to build stronger communities by helping others.”

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YOU PROPEL AVIVO’S MISSION FORWARD. Because of your continued engagement and support, Avivo remained steadfast and present for the more than 11,000 individuals and families we served. Thank you! Chairperson’s Circle ($150,000+)

2021 AVIVO NIGHT OF CHAMPIONS WAS HOSTED VIRTUALLY AND FEATURED ACCLAIMED CELEBRITY ANDREW ZIMMERN. WE RAISED $80,680 IN SUPPORT OF AVIVO SERVICES WITH THE GENEROUS SUPPORT OF THE FOLLOWING SPONSORS.

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The Beverly Foundation Jill and Patrick Butler Cargill Hardwire Technology Company, LLC Dave and Nicole Hoover RSM Securian Financial Foundation u Brian Van Abel Penny Winton Tami Zurbay

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota Colonial Church of Edina Greater Twin Cities United Way Target

President’s Circle ($50,000-$149,999) The Firefly Scientists’ Foundation Otto Bremer Trust Patrick and Aimee Butler Family Foundation

Director Five ($5,000-$9,999) Anonymous (1) Becker Family Fund of the Saint Paul & Minnesota Foundation Jason and Heather Beumer C.H. Robinson Worldwide Foundation Chris and Ingrid Culp Deloitte The End of Rainbow Fund of Greater Horizons Enterprise Holdings Foundation First Congregational Church of Minnesota Darcy Flinn Christopher Gondeck and Norah Powers-Gondeck Paul and Julie Hansen Initiative Foundation Landy Israel Fund of The Minneapolis Foundation KLH KPMG Brian Mallaro Kelly Matter Rx Abuse Leadership Initiative Kathryn and Brent Schoenrock Bob and Mary Shaffer Truck Writers, Inc. U.S. Bank Ulteig Wells Fargo Xcel Energy

Executive Circle ($15,000-$49,999) Ameriprise Financial Bremer Bank CLA Foundation Granville Fund of the Saint Paul and Minnesota Foundation Helmer’s Helpers Lynne & Andrew Redleaf Foundation Jennifer Martin Minnesota State Arts Board Nancy Somers Family Foundation Opus Foundation The PwC Charitable Foundation Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation Target Foundation WCA Foundation Wells Fargo Foundation Xcel Energy Foundation

Director Ten ($10,000-$14,999) Anonymous (1) Allina Health Community Engagement APi Group Bonnie and Richard Berg

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Pat and Carolyn Graiziger Great River Energy Coralee Grebe Greiner Construction Harmon & Hartmon Emily Hebert Christopher Hermann and Brian Pietsch Highland Bank HomeLight David Hutchinson Dan and Caroline Jaeger Doug and Laura Jaeger Jay and Tara Jensen Thomas and Pamela Keul Kathleen and Allen Klindt Konik Technical Talent Network Kris Larson Peter and Catherine Lenagh Liberty Diversified International Little & Company James Lockhart Lorraine Luger Barbara Luke and Robert Bridges Carolyn Ly-Donovan Marsh & McLennan Agency Kathleen and Brian McClung Medtronic Carolyn and Charles Meyer Matt and Tessa Mielke Minneapolis Area Realtors Joe Mumford Brian Murray and Shelly Gill Murray Oggi Professional Services Padilla Dennis Panzer James Park Paycom Peregrine Capital Management, LLC of the Minneapolis Foundation Janice Rose Ryan Companies Robert and Belle Scott Shoreview Northern Lights Variety Band Dave Simpkins Family Charitable Fund of Sauk Centre Community Foundation Mark Skubic and Lynnette Kayser Frank and Joy Solomon South Minneapolis Quilters Starbucks Foundation Consecutive years of giving:

Patrick and Sandy Stone Erik and Trupti Storlie Richard Strassburg Barbara and Richard Swanson The Church of St. Patrick of Cedar Creek Lisa Thompson Thrivent Financial Christopher and Maggie Toppin Darrell and Mary Tukua Chad and Sara Underwood UnitedHealth Group Anders Uppgaard Michele and Carroll Vance Angela and Paul Way Joe Weber Bruce Wenger and Richard Frieson Annette and John Whaley Winthrop & Weinstine, P.A. Dianna Zuendel Alice Zumbrunnen in honor of Laura, Alice, and Mike Ron Zweber and Peter Scott

Partners ($100-$999) Anonymous (55) Erik Aamoth and Tracy Sterk Gordon Aamoth Mary Aamoth Leigh Abrahamson Stella Adu Advent Talent Group Kris Alinder Alpha Video Amazon Smile Foundation Carl Ammons Carolyn Anderson in honor of Andrew and Erin Cox Cornell and Patti Anderson Danielle Anderson Elizabeth Anderson and Heather Clark Michael Anderson Paul Andre Lindsay Ashburn-Anderson Michael and Judy Ayers Mark Bakko Ronald Barthell Emily Bastian Olivia Bastian Phyllis Bastian

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Melanie Baumhover Gary Beatty in honor of Chris and Katherine Johnson Beckhoff Automation Tim Beers Belimo Elena and Luke Beltnick Eric and Joan Berg Kristen Bergstrom Dale and Janet Beumer Lisa Bigaouette and Joel Rector Trenton Blades Moira Blodgett Sharon Bochert in honor of Kay and Mike Bochert Carol Bolles Dale Bowman LJ and Tammy Boyd Shirley Boyd and John Estall Debra Boyd-Kaler Michael and Connie Braun Liz Brenner Steve Brissee and Nancy Carlson Lin Brown Amy Brunet Lisa Buck Susan Buechler Ute Buehler Naomi Burchett Annie Cady Jason and Jamesina Campbell Patti and Ben Campbell Leanna Chapman Jennifer Christiaansen Leah Colvin-Roy Comcast Community Sharing Fund of the Saint Paul & Minnesota Foundation Nicole and Jonathan Cooper John Csargo Marla Cumming Tony Cummins Chris Cuneo Jim and Carol Curme Carolyn Curti Rachel Cushing Thaddaeus Dahlberg John Dauwalter Julius Davis EJ Dean and Faye Blough Michael and MaryEllen Debois Dell Technologies Pamela Desnick Jeff DeYoung

GUESTS WERE BACK IN-PERSON FOR THE 5TH ANNUAL MISSION+MINGLE EVENT. HOSTED AT THE WALKER ART CENTER, THE EVENT FEATURED A TANTALIZING FASHION SHOW AND FUN IN SUPPORT OF WOMEN’S RECOVERY AND CAREER ADVANCEMENT. THESE AMAZING SPONSORS HELPED MAKE IT POSSIBLE!

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THE 2021 ACHIEVING DREAMS VIRTUAL EVENT FEATURED A CONVERSATION ON EDUCATION EQUITY WITH RETIRED JUSTICE ALAN PAGE AND PRESIDENT & CEO OF THE MINNEAPOLIS FEDERAL RESERVE BANK NEEL KASHKARI. THANK YOU TO THESE GENEROUS SPONSORS!

PRESENTING SPONSOR

GOLD SPONSORS

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JEANNE & PETER CRAIN

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APi Group Foundation provided a generous grant to support Avivo’s programs.

Robert Dingmann and Ethan Reynolds Laura Dinsmore Twyla Staiger Dixon Jordan Dockendorf Colleen Dolphin Tim and Kirk Dordell Julie Eddington Christopher Ellis Erin Emory Dale Emter Ryan Engelstad Adam Fairbanks Anthony Staeger and Deborah Ferry Susan Feulner Luke Fewel Larissa Fildes Spencer Finseth Jamey Flannery Russell Fleming Margret Adelaide Forney Barbara Franklin Nancy Fushan in honor of Mary Lee Nick Gardino Steph Gefroh Jeffrey Gendreau General Mills Cheryl Glasser in memory of Steven and Perpetua Mildenberger Michael Gloss Adam Goehring Mary Goldy Russ and Sue Golobich Christopher and Linnea Graffunder-Bartels Mary Lee Gravender Greene Espel, PLLP Lisa Griebel in honor of Sandy Jambeck H.B. Fuller Co. Anna Hagel in memory of LeRoy Eiler Ann M. Hale Thomas Halloran Rachel Halpern Gwen Hanlon Marie Hanson Thomas Harjes Diana Harris Jean Hartman Stefan Hartmann and Lena Muehlenhaus Barbara and Tom Hatch Stephanie Hawkinson Katherine Hayes Paul Hebert Elisabeth Heefner Annie Heggernes Jessie Hendel

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Edward and Nancy Hennen Tom Hesse Donna Hild Chris Hilger John Hoffman Stephanie Hogen Jim and Ann Horn David Huey Paul and Janice Huffman Matthew Hultman and Maria Delmoro-Hultman Paul and Suzanne Humbert Max Humphrey in memory of Thor Johnson ICF/AARP Jordan Iverson Margaret Jaeger Meg Jaeger Deborah Jahn Kathy and Kie Janzen Mary Jelinek u Jennifer Jensen Tammi Jewison Bonita Johnson Frank and Peggy Johnson Fred and Stephanie Johnson Katherine and Christopher Johnson Paul Johnson Scott and Annmarie Johnson Carol Jordan in honor of All Avivo Employees James Justus in honor of James Eaton Melissa Kadlec and Keith Dorsett Laura Kalies Erin Kern Rosemary Kessler Mandy and Drew Kettwick William Kirkpatrick Joseph Klein Rebecca Klindt in memory of Joyce and Ralph Matter Sharon Klumpp Marcie Koetke Andrew Korf Jenine Koziolek Jenny Krause Josh Krsnak Janice Kudej Adam Kuenzel Timothy Kurtzman in memory of Ernest Lheureux-Thomas Michelle LaBissoniere

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Landmark Environmental Roxanne Lange Steve and Deb Langer Segolene LeClerq Jacqueline Lee Karen and Randy Lee Kristen Lee in honor of Target Talent Management Team Jason Lennox Hugh Lenz LGM Wealth Management Alli and Andrew Lifson Beth Gibson Lilja Candace Lott Barbara and Steven Ludwig Gloria Luger Ashley Lundin Julie Lux Alan and Joyce MacPhail Harrison Maddox Anthony Marcello Marco Ben and Rollie Marcovitch Ashley Marek Bekah Martin Peter Mathieson Wendy Mays Monica McCracken Brad McDonnell in honor of Charles Abrahamson Mike McKee Mette McLoughlin Linda McMahon Jim McQuillan Mead & Hunt Linda Mell Barb and Gary Melom MaryLynn Mennicke Brianna Menning Robert and Mary Mersky Microsoft Margaret Miles and Cathy ten Broeke Katherine Miller in honor of North Loop Neighbors Caroline Minkus Curt Moe Larry Mohr Jennifer Moreland Charles Morgan Paul Morita Stacey Moshier Miranda Motsinger Erika and Brian Mullen Ross Munson Rita Murtada Tanya Natwick Navigate Forward LaVelle Neal Consecutive years of giving:

Dennis and Marybeth Nelson Shelia Nelson James Nepp Donald Nerge Shelli Ness NetApp Ryan Nichols and Caitlin Ogren Nichols Adam and Christine Nielsen Nikki Nethercot-Niermann and Micah Niermann North Metro Mayors Association Ruben Nusz nVent NVIDIA Grace Olson Lisa Olson Todd Olson Todd and Sheila Olson Melissa Ostrom Carrie Owens JoAnn and Eric Pasternack Lynette Paulson Andrew and Claire Pautz Lauren Peck Mykel Pennington Sienna Pesta Karan and Bill Peters Gina Peterson Roxane Peterson Cassie Polman Rachel Polson Steven Pomeroy Jumana Poonawala Kenna Poppler in memory of Randall Kimmes Craig Powers Pamela Presthus T. Rowe Price Prime Therapeutics Richard and Vicki Primuth Tiny Proctor Cheryl Quinn Terese Radford Ruth Ramstad Melissa Raphan and Thomas Rock Dan Rectenwald Susan and Charles Reinhart Kirsten Rekstad Paula and Kayvon Riggi Robert Half International Diane Robinson Mary Robinson Angie Ross Jim Roth Susan Rouse 3+

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Barbara Lano Rummel Dianne Russo Surbhi Sachdev Sheryl Saterstrom Kevin Saville Wayne Schiferl Doug and Ellen Schmitt Paul Schneider Jessica Schulz Renee Schwartz Aaron Shaffer and Morgan Halaska Gale Shea Kim and Joel Sheagren Nayan and Darcy Shukla Ann Simoneau Shelley Skarda John Slack Jennifer and Matt Smiley Carla-Rae Smith Kelly Smith Angela Snelson Annamay Snyder Kristine Sorenson Joe and Mame Starke in honor of Hanna Starke and Guru Venkatesan Joshua Stein Steven Stensrud Sherry Stern and Steven Snyder John Sundberg Kathryn Sutton Mary and Dennis Tague Keith Tanski Samia Tarraf Miranda Taylor Tom Teigen Nicole Telander William and Pamela Telleen TempWorks Software, Inc. Athalie Terry Mallory Thomas Jen Thorson Matthew Tredinnick Lee Tross in honor of Dominic Johnson Emily Tuseth Andrew and Caroline Vaaler Thomas Valore Charles and Debra VanDeWeghe Lori and Mike Vanyo Varde Partners Siva Vayalpati Guru Venkatesan and Hannah Starke Verizon Vi Beauty Lab Judith Vincent Gary Virta

Target EMPLOYEES FROM TARGET’S CORPORATE OFFICE AND SIX, LOCAL TARGET STORES DONATED ITEMS AND VOLUNTEERED A TOTAL OF 310 HOURS, AN EQUIVALENT LABOR VALUE OF $9,600. THEY COMPLETED VARIOUS PROJECTS — BUILDING PLANTER BOXES, GENERAL LANDSCAPING, DEMOLITION AND BUILDING FURNITURE. THEY SUPPORTED FUNDRAISING EFFORTS AND PARTICIPATED IN ADOPT-A-FAMILY.

Deloitte IN ADDITION TO DELOITTE’S GENEROUS GIVING FINANCIALLY, EMPLOYEES ASSEMBLED 100 WINTER OUTREACH KITS FOR AVIVO’S STREET OUTREACH TEAM TO DISTRIBUTE TO ADULTS LIVING UNSHELTERED. THEY ALSO ADOPTED 20 INDIVIDUALS THROUGH AVIVO’S ADOPT-A-FAMILY PROGRAM. THE DELOITTE TEAM PROVIDED NEARLY 100 HOURS OF SUPPORT TO AVIVO.

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Konik Technical Talent Network SUPPORT BY BRAD KONIK, TOM GOETTL, AND THEIR TEAM AT KONIK TECHNICAL TALENT NETWORK WAS FAR-REACHING! THEY GAVE NEW LIFE TO AN AVIVO OFFICE LOCATION BY SPRUCING UP THE LANDSCAPING AND DEEP CLEANING THE OFFICE. PARTICIPANTS ENJOYED REFRESHED SPACES! THE KONIK TEAM SPREAD JOY FOR AVIVO FAMILIES BY PROVIDING HOLIDAY GIFTS TO 25 INDIVIDUALS THROUGH THE ADOPT-A-FAMILY PROGRAM.

Colonial Church MEMBERS OF COLONIAL CHURCH VOLUNTEERED 15 UNIQUE TIMES FOR A TOTAL OF 337 HOURS OF SERVICE, AN EQUIVALENT LABOR VALUE OF MORE THAN $10,000. MEMBER GROUPS SUPPORTED AVIVO VILLAGE BY PURCHASING AND ASSEMBLING NEW RESIDENT BASKETS, PROVIDING PIES FOR THANKSGIVING AND CHRISTMAS, ASSEMBLING CHRISTMAS STOCKINGS, AND PROVIDING ALL 100 AVIVO VILLAGE PARTICIPANTS WITH UNIQUE GIFTS THROUGH THE ADOPT-A-RESIDENT PROGRAM.

Matthew Vogt The James and Ruthanne Vos Family Gratitude Fund of Thrivent Charitable Impact and Investing Lois Wallentine Bill and Judy Walter Reede Webster Sara Rothholz Weiner Joseph and Barbara Welle Brian and Stephanie Wells Teri Werner Lyssa Westling Aliya White Jean Wicks Mark Wilkening The Ricky Williams Family Barbara Butts Williams Craig Wilson Winkaffe Global Foundation Edward Winthrop Debbie Wion Anthony Woods Jackie Wyatt Yenviset Xiong Shelly Zavoral Michael Zuniga

Angie Bromeland Nancy Brown in honor of Merrilee Fryer McLean Sharon Browning Mary Burrell and JB Burrell Lynda Cannova Lisa Cardenas Jennifer Carlson Kaleena Carlson Anne Christianson Christa Claflin Clockwork SMS Jeff Coltman Jim Cotter Charisse Courteau Kari Crawley Craig Davies James Davis Cheri DeCarlo Melisa Dick Lisa Drake Melissa Dubuque Christine Ducharme Sara Edwards Bernice Ellis Kathleen Erickson Michael Farmer Lauren Ferrera Bruce Field Darla Figoli Jenny Floria Nathan Flynn Rachel Freeman Mary Frost Chris Gegax Scotty and E. Peter Gillette Tracy and Ann Godfrey Tom Goettl Peter Goldberg Doug Green Bridget Grengs Matthew and Rachel Grothe Karey Grzadzieleski Miles Hammerlund Robert Hansen William Hastreiter Martha and Jon Heisel Carla Homeister Emily Huston Lynda Iglesia Jay Isenberg and Lynda Monick-Isenberg Sarah Jewell Alexis Johnson Zachary Johnson Kevin Jones Rick Juliusson Patty Kettles

Friends ($99 and under) Anonymous (105) 3M Corporate Headquarters Abbott Labs/Abbott Fund Match Anna Abrahamson Jack Abrahamson Matt Abrahamson Janice Ahlstrom Abigail Alpers Jared Ammerman Courtney Anderson Heidi Anderson Linda Sue Anderson and Tim Hammett Apple, Inc. Apron Anywear in memory of Romeyn Taylor Carole and Douglas Baker Bridget Bayley Jeffrey Becker Rita Benak Nicole Berkeland Dennis Bigaouette Andrea Borries April Braun Mia and Clark Bremer Barbara Brenna Victoria Brenner

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Mark Kiecker Lorraine Kimmes in memory of Randall Kimmes Sam Kingman Anna Kinkead Julie Kizlik Ethan Klein Rita Klym in memory of Randall Kimmes Michelle Korbel Marilyn Krzenski Margaret Lafferty Land O’Lakes, Inc. Patrick Lannon in honor of John Lannon and Hannah Jaeger Kirsten Larson Becky Lausen Maineng Lee Maya Lemon Amy Lindgren Sue Liukonen in honor of Ute Buehler Sarah Longacre Rebecca F. Lopez Kristine Lower Hillary Luther Dan Mack John Magnuson Peter and Melissa Malen Richard Markovitz Brennen Marshall Cassidy Matter Shannon Matter Maggie Mau Layl McDill Tom McDowall Christine McLaughlin in honor of Melissa Rach Rebecca Menking Lori Mercil Jodi Meyer Katharine Middendorf Kelsey Midthun Amber Miller Michelle Mogen-Bieniek Kathryn Moroni Tara Munroe Lisa Nabbefeld Danny Nelson Kelly O’Brien Michelle O’Brien in memory of Gretchen Butler Susan O’Brien Michelle O’Kelley Allison Olson in honor of Grace Olson Angie Olson Benjamin Olson Lisa and Jim Olson


Rodney Lindell Paulson Andrea Perendy Amy Pfarr Adam Phillips Amanda Phillips Chad and Mariah Porter Carol Pressley in memory of Doris Johnson Oriana Ramirez-Nino Gail Redeker Bruce and Claudia Reichert David Reiss Sarah Richardson Roger and Sherry Ritten Jim Rufi Grace Rybak in honor of Charlie Rybak Johan Gomez Sang Andrew Satrijo Gina Schmidt Tina Shinn David Siegel Nancy Simpson Andrei and Wendy Sivanich in honor of Deloris Majersky Linda Skogen Jackie Smale Kathleen Somers Soul Body Finesse Sovos Ronald Spencer and Lelia Candalisa Spencer Sara Szarzynski Courtney Tchida Kelly Thorpe Anna Torola Allison Tunheim Enrique Velazquez Laura Vevea Carrie Vodas Trinette Wacker Velvet Walker Nancy K. Walton Jody Warden Emma Weber Marisa Weinstein Rebecca Weiss Nancy Werner David Wheeler in memory of Thomas Wheeler Ann Wilson Sandra Woessner Natalie Wood Wu Xie Dominic Zahner in honor of Steve Melina David Zitnick

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IN-KIND DONORS The following individuals, businesses and groups donated items and services on behalf of Avivo participants. Thank you! Erik Aamoth and Tracy Sterk Family Abiitan Mill City Senior Living Charles and Charlotte Abrahamson Justine Adamo Aduayi Family Anne and Val Afonso Air Liquide Alexander-Haight Family Elissa Allen and Core Squad Allina Health — Reference Lab Billing Laurel Allison ALSAC Ameriprise Delaney Anderson Linda Sue Anderson and Tim Hammett Christina Anfang Kevin and Christine Ansell Aramark Britta Babel Andrew Bach Delaney and Mikko Badua Baker Tilly Brad and Marcia Ballinger Banker’s Equipment Service Melanie and Chris Barnes Missy Bass and Twin Moms Emily Bastian Beehive Strategic Communication Elena and Luke Beltnick Benson/Margolis/Prinsen Families Beveridge Siblings and More Bialka Family Lisa Bigaouette and Joel Rector Chad Biggers Birkholz/Sommer Family Pat and Cheryl Blake Terri Blau Bluestem Brands Inc. BMS Group BNSF Angie Bodnar Book Club Ladies JoAnn Boraas Boston Scientific Botanical Arrangements Felicity Britton Broadway Car Wash

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Brown Family Brucek Family Lois Brummer Ashleigh Brummund and Matt Uttech Bumbershute Mary Burnton Jill and Patrick Butler Calico Corners: Rue De France Jennifer Campbell Cathy and Mike Canady Rachel Canfield Carrousel Travel Carry/Junghuhn Family CenterPoint Energy Central Region User Group Children’s Minnesota Nurses CIBO Clear Channel Outdoor CliftonLarsonAllen — NATG Code42 Cole Colonial Church of Edina Concorde International Anne and Chris Cook Ruth Cordes Coulee Bank Daenzer Family Davita Dialysis Deloitte Pam Dewey Gail Dexter Dick’s Sporting Goods Diener Family Digi International Erin Dimopoulos Evgeniya and Bozidar Djuranovic D’Nolo The Drawer Elizabeth Due James and Susan Eaton Marian Eichten Elbing Family Elm Family Faegre Drinker Stephanie Faiad FedEx Express Lindsey Feld Felix’s Family Meredith Fergus Debbie Ferry, Laura Moore and Gina Fox Larissa Fildes Molly Fitzgerald and Minneapolis Friends Forest Lake Dance Team Carrie Forslund Fredericks Family Joan Freese Janel French

South Minneapolis Quilters SOUTH MINNEAPOLIS QUILTERS VOLUNTEERED 1,086 HOURS QUILTING BLANKETS FOR AVIVO VILLAGE AND PROVIDED 90 QUILTS TO INCOMING RESIDENTS. GROUP MEMBERS RECRUITED OTHER QUILTING GROUPS TO MAKE 43 MORE QUILTS FOR RESIDENTS. THEIR GENEROSITY IS THE EQUIVALENT LABOR VALUE OF ALMOST $50,000!

Ameriprise Financial AMERIPRISE’S PUBLIC RELATIONS TEAM ADOPTED ALL FAMILIES IN AVIVO’S RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT PROGRAM TO PROVIDE HOLIDAY GIFTS FOR MOTHERS AND THEIR CHILDREN. THIRTY-SIX INDIVIDUALS RECEIVED HOLIDAY GIFTS! THE TEAM ALSO PROVIDED $750 IN GIFT CARDS TO COVER GIFTS FOR ANY INCOMING FAMILIES.

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Friends of the Minneapolis Central Library Amy Fuerstenau Carol Fuller Connie Gabrick Nancy Gardner Anne Gavin Jarod Gengler Joan Gilbertson Robin Gilmer Girl Scout Troop 17621 Girl Scout Troop 18424 Girl Scout Troop 18585 Glad to Bee Goar Family Anissa Gooch Goodwill-Easter Seals Minnesota Gore Family Greater Twin Cities United Way Greiner Construction Chelsey Griggs Wendy Hack Rachel Halpern Jessica Hansen Hardy Family Derek Harris Marilyn Hart Stefan Hartmann and Lena Muehlenhaus HCMC Physicians and Families Health Without Gaps Hegard Family Abbie Hermerding The Hershey Company Hope and Al Hessefort HFE Group Hickey Family Barb Himes Paula Hirdler Holdsworth-Dammeyer Families Hoppy Trails Child Care Mary Horton Sarah Houkom Hunt Family Janine Iijima Integrated Project Management Company Involve MN Eileen Jacobs and Robert Balfour JETPUBS John Kraemer and Sons, Inc. Chris Johnson Katherine and Chris Johnson Kimberly Johnson Lynn Johnson Matt and Molly Johnson JW Family and Friends

Kat & Maxx Maika Kersten Keul Family Andrea Keys Ron Kimberschad The Kingdom Builders Koenig Family Konik Technical Talent Network Korkowski Family Cassie Koscielski KR5k Kathleen Krypel and Jennifer Garber L & S Electric, Inc. Kari and Shane Lewis Rebecca Lewis Teresa Lhotka Louwagie Family Verna Ludvigson Gretchen Luedtke Kerry Luyster M Health Fairview Southdale — Dietitians MartinPatrick3 Maria Matlock Jane Matteson Maxxon McAvoy Stein Family Kathleen and Brian McClung Heather McElroy Terri McGinlen Medica Barb and Gary Melom Jodi Meyer Midco HR & Corporate Communications Team Miller Family Minnesota Twins Baseball Club Minnetonka Moccasin Minnevangelist MOMS Club of Coon Rapids Mary Morse Motion Tara Munroe Mark Murray Nagorski/Copeland/Hurlbert Families National Grid Renewables LaVelle Neal Brandon Nelson Melissa Neville New Life Presbyterian Church Nguyen Family Caitlin and Ryan Ogren Nichols Sarah Noffze and Luke Simon North Loop Neighborhood Association North Loop WeWork North Metro Dermatology Nothing Bundt Cakes Nowling Family Laura Nystrom Nystrom & Associates — Maple Grove office

Loy O’Boyle Lou Oldenburg Thomas Olson O’Neill Family Park Nicollet Population Health Pavlick Family Jamie Perez JoAnne and Linnea Peters Beth Peterson Gina Peterson Heather Peterson Cathy Pierce Plekkenpol Builders Sarah Podhajsky Steven Pomeroy Tracy Pomeroy Preese Family PwC Women’s Inclusion Network Queen Anna House of Fashion Sarah Raleigh Ramadhan Designs Andy Ramsran Rand Tower Hotel Elizabeth Rauker Tina Rausch and Eric Cunningham RBC Clearing & Custody Judy Ream Kara Reardon Reed Family Reinke Family Mary Remington Renteria Family Revo Health Human Services Paula and Kayvon Riggi Ripplinger Family The Ritt Group River Hills United Methodist Church Ashley Robarge Robert Half — Bloomington office Robert Half — Minnetonka office Robert Half International Roessler Family RSM Rachel Rue Rug Makers for Good Russo Family Tom and Cassie Ryan Sanofi Team Linda Schneewind Schneider and Pesta Family Schoenrock Family Laura Schorn Caitlin Schouviller Mary Schuett Christopher Sellwood Therese Sexe Aaron Shaffer and Morgan Halaska Shamsfard Family

Kevin Sharkey Shatek Family Connie Shimota Shukla Family Mark Skubic and Lynnette Kayser Smiley Family Ashley and Aaron Smith Annamay Snyder Sofia’s Cookies Solberg Family Solow Family Mollie Sommer South Minneapolis Quilters Spranger Family Sprouse House Stein Family Strauss House Sullivan Family Sullivan Looney Family Sunday Circle Joy Swanson Richard and Barbara Swanson Paige Tack Mary and Dennis Tague Target — East Lake Street Target — Inver Grove Heights Target — Lakeville Target — Maple Grove Target — Oakdale Target — West Lake/Uptown Target Design Team Target Mobile Division Target SHIPS Merchandising Team S. Terhaar Anthony Thanghe Mallory Thomas Marlena Thompson Jen Thorson Tyler and Sherri Tiegs Stephanie and Ross Tillman Eva Timmons Rebecca Toews The Toro Company Tradehome Shoes — Home Office Employees Travelers Stacie Treinen Truth House Foundation Twin Cities in Motion UCare Ulteig United Healthcare — Healthcare Economics United Healthcare — URS/MN Engagement UnitedHealth Group EO&S Group UnitedHealth Group Internal Audit USI Insurance Services Mary Vanderlin Gao Vang


Michelle Vaughn Erica Wacker Trinette Wacker Jennifer Wagner Wakota Federal Credit Union Susan Walker Wanninger Family Jessica and Eleanor Wassenberg Watson and Brand Family Wayzata Community Church Karen Weddle Katelin Weiers Stephanie Wells and the St. Paul Bennies Dana Williams Erika Winchell Wing Family Wojo Family World Effort Foundation Xcel Energy Mai Yang York Family Julie Zimmerman

EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP TEAM Kelly Matter President & CEO Erik Aamoth Vice President of Career Education & Employment Services Emily Bastian Vice President of Ending Homelessness Darcy Flinn Vice President of Finance, Chief Financial Officer & Chief Operations Officer Mette McLoughlin Vice President of Human Resources Dr. Charles P. Morgan Vice President of Chemical and Mental Health Bruce Wenger Vice President of External Relations

Avivo Village SINCE OPENING, AVIVO VILLAGE HAS SERVED 238 RESIDENTS WITH 45 INDIVIDUALS MOVING ON TO PERMANENT HOUSING. ONE HUNDRED PERCENT OF RESIDENTS HAD BEEN LIVING HOMELESS, UNSHELTERED OR ON THE STREETS, FOR A MINIMUM OF ONE YEAR.

VOLUNTEERS Volunteers are the heartbeat of Avivo and allow our teams to serve more participants and amplify the organization’s financial resources.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS Charles Abrahamson, Vice Chair Open Arms Carlton Ammons HealthPartners Jason Beumer U.S. Bank Private Wealth Management Jill Butler, Past Chair PWC

INDIVIDUAL VOLUNTEERS WITH 20+ HOURS Charles and Charlotte Abrahamson Jim and Susan Eaton Grace Hegard Lisa Hegard Teresa Lhotka Annette Poelvoorde Maison Roudbush Ryley Roudbush Karen Weddle

Dr. Nicole Cooper UnitedHealth Group Emily Hebert Target Dan Jaeger, Chair St. Patrick Catholic Church Thomas Keul, MD, Secretary Hennepin County Medical Center

Kathleen McClung, External Relations Committee Chair Ameriprise Financial LaVelle Neal Star Tribune Kathy Schoenrock Graco, Inc. Mark Skubic Tapestry Hill Consulting

Joshua D. Krsnak Hempel Companies

VOLUNTEER GROUPS Allina Health Aveda Barrell Theory Beer Company Botanical Arrangements Bumbershute Code42 Colonial Church Creatis D’Nolo Gallagher

HB Fuller The Hershey Company Konik Technical Talent Network MartinPatrick3 Medtronic Mercy Vineyard Church Michigan State University Twin Cities Alumni Club Motion North Loop WeWork North Risk Partners Prime Therapeutics Ramadhan Designs

Christopher Toppin, Treasurer Deloitte Darrell Tukua, Vice Chair KPMG LLP, retired partner Chad Underwood Independent Pet Partners (IPP) Brian Van Abel Xcel Energy Ron Zweber Bell Bank

River Hills United Methodist Church Sanofi Target Ultimate Sustainability UnitedHealth Group University of Minnesota Wakley Walden University School of Social Work Xcel Energy

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VOLUNTEERS CONTINUED

BUSINESS PARTNER COUNCIL The Business Partner Council is made up of business representatives from diverse industries across the Twin Cities Metro and St. Cloud. Business Partners share time and talents to oversee training curriculum design, student seminars and serve as hiring partners for our career education graduates.

Ali Delaney Landscape Structures Clara DeRosier Minnesota Electrical Association Brenda Dickinson Normandale Community College Taylor Dixon TEK Systems Megan Domiano Benco Dental Michelle Dreier Minnesota Electrical Association Carolina Eggert Harvard Maintenance

Samantha Ackermann UNFI

Ron Etim UNFI

Samia Ali Volt Workforce Solutions

J. Marie Fieger Nemer Fieger

Susan Antolak Robert Half

Courtney Freund Spok

Phil Arellano Real Time Talent

Garrett Fuchs Paul Davis Restoration

John Ashby Neighborhood House

Tom Gavaras Housing First Minnesota

Katie Bedney Prime Therapeutics

Robin Gilmer Minnesota Veterans Home

David Berthiaume MNIT

Ross Guthrie Minneapolis Institute of Art

Dan Betlock Metro Appliance Recycling

Marianne Halling Volkart May

Sheri Bodell Aramark

Nicole Hart Cintas

Andrea Brugger Award Staffing

Diane Hearden Volt Workforce Solutions

Caleb Brunz Paul Davis Restoration

Julie Hentges MTC

Samir Bushra No B.S. Advising

Theresa Hughes Stinson

Brenna Carey Indrotec

Lauren Hunter Minnesota Department of Human Services

Stephanie Carlson Reflective Performance Andrea Coenen Aramark Christiana Coop Hygge & West Brian Crosby Associated Bank

Lauren Jopp Unison Brittney Kessel Kelly Services Marcie Koetke C-Tech Training

Camille Cummings Temp Works

Brad Konik Konik Technical Talent Network

Karla Dale Aerotek

Erin Koolen Beacon Hill Associates

Leah Dale Team Personnel

Casey Koop Sanford Health

Joe Daniski Graco

Aimee Lagos Hygge & West

Kristin Davis Printing Industry Midwest

Karen Leddy Enterprise Holdings Inc.

Samantha Leuang Minnesota Department of Human Services Moises Magana FedEx Freight Jill Magelssen Express Pros Kayla Maniak Kelly Services Claire Mathias Verizon Georgia McCann Anderson Trucking Service Megan Meuli Dress for Success Kelsey Midthun Thrivent Stefanie Mooney Mall of America Sita Morantz Marsden Philomena Morrissey Satre Land O’Lakes Sue Motzko Prime Therapeutics Joe Mumford Wells Fargo Melissa Neville Revo Health Olivia Nielsen Medix Raquel O’Brien Park Nicollet Michelle O’Kelley Advent Talent Group Katie Palmer Dungarvin Ann Palzer American Engineering Testing Alison Pence Allina Health Heather Peterson Allina Health Stephanie Pleasant UPS

Alec Reginato Aerotek Javier Robles Personnel Plus Michelle Roddie Macy’s Heather Rowson-White Amazon Tyler Sadek Parsons Electric Dara Salvevold Caterpillar Raul Sanchez Teamsters Service Bureau Ryan Seleski Land O’Lakes Meghan Shields Orion Associates David Siegel Housing First Minnesota Maili Silber Aerotek Omesh Singh Collins Aerospace Jeff Soderholm SpartanNash Judith Stolley Atterro Pat Stone Wells Fargo Dannette Strickland Pitney Bowes Al Swintek CenterPoint Energy Tara Thurs Greenheck Group Geraldine Vanegas Harvard Maintenance Nicolet Vevea UPS Velvet Walker Normandale Community College Ryan Welty Southtown Refrigeration

Shawnee Prewett Cassia

Yer Winder Minnesota Department of Revenue

Phil Proell Indrotec

Nancy Zylla Impact Group

Patrick Quigley Award Staffing


Avivo’s mission is to increase well-being through recovery and career advancement while working to end homelessness. Avivo envisions our communities free of health and economic inequities. Founded in 1960, Avivo provides chemical and mental health services, housing and housing supports, career education and employment services. We specialize in helping individuals and families who face personal or systemic barriers — poverty, homelessness, joblessness, chemical addiction or mental health concerns — achieve recovery and economic stability. Avivo serves individuals and their families who live in the Twin Cities and St. Cloud metro areas. We believe everyone deserves the chance to live well and work well. For more information, visit avivomn.org.


1900 Chicago Avenue Minneapolis, MN 55404 m 612-752-8000 f 612-752-8001 avivomn.org


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