2008 008 ANNUAL U
Association House of Chicago Established 1899
SERVE A MULTI-CULTURAL
COMMUNITY BY PROVIDING
COMPREHENSIVE, COLLABORATIVE AND EFFECTIVE PROGRAMS IN
PROMOTE HEALTH AND WELLNESS AND CREATE OPPORTUNITIES FOR EDUCATIONAL AND
Association Houseâ€™s mission is to offer quality programs to those most in need. We have honored that mission for nearly 110 years. Our success is dependent on the effectiveness of our programs, and the generosity of our donors and volunteers. We measure our impact each day by the individual lives we touch. A young man graduating from high school with a diploma, a child getting a new start in a foster home, or a mother that learned new job skills and found employment, are just a few of the milestones we see happen every day. Witnessing these transformational stories motivates and sustains the work accomplished for more than a century in Chicagoâ€™s neediest communities. The demand for our services is increasing as the community we serve faces ongoing challenges. We see the increased demand for emergency services such as food and clothing, and increased enrollment in programs to learn new job skills and to become United State citizens. Against a backdrop of decreasing resources, we are especially proud of our accomplishments this year. Program highlights include the expansion of our Healthy Lifestyles program, as we address the alarming statistics of obesity, asthma and diabetes in our community. Our alternative high school graduated the most students in its history. Through our Child Welfare Program more than 279 children were placed in safe homes with loving families or with our assistance were able to stay with their own families. Nearly 154,000 pounds of food were distributed to families. The new Center for Working Families, again far exceeded the original goal to provide job readiness to increase economic independence, and placed 165 individuals in jobs this year alone. More than 100 children and teens were enrolled in the Association House Out of School Time program, a safe place to focus on academic and life skills.
President Harriet Sadauskas Board Chairman Nile Wendorf Extra Community Publications
Board of Directors Allan I. Greenberg Aetna, Inc.
Nancy A. Hill Quaker Tropicana Gatorade
Tadd M. Ingles Ernst & Young LLP
Ronald W. Kurz Smith Barney Citigroup
Shamar D. Lott
Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
Joseph A. Matthews Kellogg School of Management
Paul T. Metzger Bell, Boyd & Lloyd LLP
Neda Nabavi MF Global Inc. Elise H. Parsons
We extend our heartfelt thanks to all of you who helped us make a difference this year. Your support and your volunteering help us turn our mission into a reality for our families most in need. Thank you.
Community Presbyterian Church of Clarendon Hills
Edwin Rivera Chicago Board of Education
Vanessa Salinas PricewaterhouseCoopers
Annette A. Stover Nile Wendorf Board Chair
Harriet Sadauskas President
Stover Management Company
Cynthia A. Ullrich Harris N. A.
Rosie M. Bean Director Emeritus
programs Behavioral H e a l t h A strong array of health care and educational services designed to help persons in need of emotional, social, educational and developmental support are offered through the Association House Behavioral Health Services. Mental health and substance abuse counseling, along with outpatient treatment, crisis management, art therapy, and respite programs all
geared to help participants improve their quality of life. Two residential homes offer treatment and community integration for adults with mental health or developmental needs. Our integrated approach to health care is further enhanced by a Healthy Lifestyles program which offers community health prevention and wellness activities tailored to every age group.
Assertive Community Treatment Buena Vista Residential Home Case Management Services Community Support Team Dulcinea Residential Home Healthy Lifestyles Wellness Center Community Connections Life Skills Education for Adults Outpatient Mental Health Services Respite Services Visions Addiction Counseling Youth Counseling Service
Nearly 500 5 adults received substance abuse counseling and successfully graduated from the program. success In 2008, Youth Counseling Services provided over 2,500 hours of direct support to children and teens in need. More than 20,000 hours of respite care was provided to family members caring for loved ones with disabilities. Over 800 community members participated in agency health fairs and health screenings.
Finding a loving home for each child is the cornerstone of our Child Welfare Services. Through a wide range of programs, Association House helps children find safe and caring families. From infants to teens, more than 115 children are currently placed in the Foster Care program. Additionally we assist over 100 foster parents and biological parents each year to
develop more nurturing parenting skills. Child Welfare Services assist in the licensing of foster homes, and provide counseling and monitoring to families that are intact but in need of assistance. La Casita is our group home for boys with development disabilities. Child Welfare Services help ensure that every child will find a caring family.
Last year, Intact Family Services helped 50 families experiencing serious diďŹƒculties stay together by providing intensive case management, counseling and access to social services.
100% of children in Association Houseâ€™s Foster Care have excellent school attendance.
Family Centered Services Foster Care Services Intact Family Services La Casita Group Home
Community S e r v i c e s Association House offers a full range of educational programs to assist in the advancement of the lives of our community members. The Center for Working Families offers intensive job preparation and job placement services, as well as financial coaching workshops. Careers for Youth provides teens with job readiness training and placement services. Transitions to Careers provides transitional employment, job readiness training
and job placement services to people with criminal records. The Vocational Bridge Academy offers math, reading, writing, and career planning skills. English as a Second Language, citizenship and literacy classes are offered by The Learning Place. The Technology Center offers ongoing computer courses. Income Support Services offers on-site emergency assistance to families in need.
Center For Working Families Careers for Youth Transitions to Careers The Learning Place Vocational Bridge Academy Immigrant Services Citizenship Education English & Spanish Literacy ESL: English as a Second Language GED Preparation Lee y serás Family Literacy
Community Technology Center Income Support Services Food Pantry and Thrift Shop
More than 150 community residents attend Mo classes or visit our Technology Center every month. Last year, Income Support Services provided food from our pantry to over 11,000 individuals and families in need. The Center for Working Families works with nearly 500 participants each year in helping them achieve ﬁnancial stability through job placement and money management .
El Cuarto Año H i g h
Association House’s High School, El Cuarto Año offers a small class size, high teacher to student ratio, and individual learning plans with an emphasis on technology to each of its nearly 100 students. It is an ideal school setting for re-enrolled students who have left the traditional school setting. In collaboration with the Youth Connection Charter Schools, Alternative Schools Network, and Chicago Public Schools, El Cuarto
Año offers a variety of tutoring and mentoring programs along with competitive academic studies. For many young people, this is the second chance they need to continue their education, earn their high school diplomas, and find viable employment. Students are able to achieve their dream of graduation often overcoming great odds through hard work and dedication.
Students enrolled in the high school beneﬁt from an intensive mentoring program that extends past graduation to ensure life long success. 90% of our seniors receive their high school diploma. Over 70% of students increase their math and reading skills each year.
Faces of Hope A SUCCESS STORY
After relocating to Chicago, the Mendez Family was struggling. Lucia, the oldest of their four children, heard of the Association House from her cousin who was enrolled in the alternative High School, and she quickly joined too. Staff learned that family members were facing financial, educational, employment and health issues. They quickly connected the family with free health screenings and dental check-ups and offered special emergency funding to provide help in covering lagging utility bills. Lucia’s mother and father enrolled in the agency’s English as a Second Language and Citizenship classes. Recently, both her parents proudly passed the Citizenship interview and are continuing their commitment to become US citizens. Their ability to better communicate with employers has helped her parents gain full time work. Lucia is also working at her first job for a local printing company. This spring, Lucia will be the first member in her family to ever graduate from High School!
programs Out of
Literacy lessons adapted to children’s interests, arts education, and quality technology education are the hallmarks of our Out of School Time Program. The program offers unique opportunities for community children and teens, ages 6-17. Kids enrolled in the program are taught to face the challenges that develop from an overburdened public school system as
well as the intense influence of street activity and violence in Humboldt Park; one of Chicago’s toughest neighborhoods. Providing a safehaven for growth and empowerment, students have the chance to gain skills in a safe, and nurturing environment. Out of School Time runs during both the academic year and with extended hours as a Summer Day Camp.
Academic Enrichment and Support Arts and Cultural Education Programs Health & Nutrition Activities Life Skills Parental and Family Involvement
Faces of Hope A SUCCESS STORY
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Out of School Time children received honorable mention for their agency wide recycling project. Visit www. itsyourenvironment.org and go to: Classrooms/Illinois Schools/ Association House.
Seven year old Luis has been a participant of the children’s Out of School Time Program since last year. He enrolled shortly after the sudden death of his father, and received the assistance needed to succeed academically and adjust emotionally. At first, he showed little interest in schoolwork. A Scholastic Reading Inventory (SRI) assessment identified that he was reading far below his grade level. With one on one homework guidance, his reading level soon improved. By the end of the school year, Luis was ranked in the 81st percentile for children his age! The staff created a special plan for Luis, involving him in an exciting summer filled with motivational activities and personal support. His social and emotional growth improved and his attitude at home where he became more respectful. Luis also now shows more responsibility at school and at Association House. Today he has a strong commitment to completing his schoolwork and has received all A’s and B’s on his most recent report card!
sta tement For Fiscal Year ending June 30, 2008 In Thousands of Dollars
Statement of Activities Revenue Public Support Direct Indirect - United Way Total Public Support Direct Program Revenue Other Revenue
Ex pe nse s 2008
$1,417 527 1,945 8,091 212
$1,255 588 1,843 8,071 1,790
Expenses Program Services Supporting Services
Total Expenses Increase/(Decrease) In Net Assets Sale of former Headquarter Facility Loss on Bond Refinancing Net Assets - Beginning Net Assets - End of Year
(246) $12,602 $11,519
$8 0 2,900 819 77 0 9,322 244 5,221
$44 986 727 208 53 9,808 147 5,437
$307 215 183 161 427 3,515
Net Assets - Beginning Sale of Former Headquarters - Board Designated Increase/(Decrease) - Board Designated
Total Net Assets
Total Liabilities & Net Assets
Statement of Financial Position Assets 12% Foster Care, Homebased and Adoptions 37% Clinical & Therapeutic Services 4%
Group Home Services
Substance Abuse Treatment Services
Cash Debt Service/Bond Reserve Funds held for construction Accounts Receivable Pledges Receivable Prepaid Expenses Investments Deferred Bond Cost Property & Equipment
25% Educational & Job Training Programs Total Assets
Other Health & Welfare Programs
Management & General
Liabilities & Net Assets Accounts Payable Accrued Payroll & Related Items Accrued Bond Interest Grant Refundable Deferred Revenue Deferred Bond Credit Borrowing Under Line of Credit Agreement Mortgages Payable Bonds Payable
FOUNDATION, CORPORATION AND CONGREGATIONS
annual fund donors
Thanks to long time Major Partners
Foundations, Congregations and Corporate Donors $50,000 and Above Anonymous (2) Local Initiatives Support Corporation Partnership for New Communities Polk Bros Foundation United Way of Metropolitan Chicago
In Kind Donations General Mills, Inc. Greater Chicago Food Depository McGraw Foundation PricewaterhouseCoopers
$2,500-$4,999 $10,000-$49,999 Aetna, Inc. Charter One Foundation Chicago Community Trust Chicago Tribune Charities Circle of Service Foundation, Inc. Comcast Cable Communications, Inc. Driehaus Capital Management, Inc. Edward S. Sprague Foundation Ernst & Young LLP Evan’s Life Foundation Field Foundation of Illinois, Inc. FireWorks for Kids First Industrial Realty Trust, Inc. First Presbyterian Church of Lake Forest Harris N.A. Henrietta Lange Burk Fund King Family Foundation Kraft Employee Fund Kraft Foods, Inc. Lloyd A. Fry Foundation Mayer & Morris Kaplan Family Foundation Mazza Foundation National Council of La Raza Northern Trust Company Oberweiler Foundation Patrick and Anna M. Cudahy Fund PepsiCo Foundation Sara Lee Foundation Skyline Design United Parcel Service of America, Inc. Walter S. Mander Foundation WGN 720 Neediest Kids Fund
$5,000-$9,999 Anonymous Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois Chapman and Cutler, LLP Charles & M.R. Shapiro Foundation, Inc. Community Presbyterian Church of Clarendon Hills Elick and Charlotte Lindon Foundation Food 4 Less Foundation First Nonprofit Insurance Company Frederick E. & Ida H. Hummel Foundation George M. Eisenberg Foundation for Charities
Elmwood Park Presbyterian Church Finish Line Youth Foundation First Presbyterian Church of Wilmette Francis Beidler Foundation George H. Scanlon Foundation James Huntington Foundation John R. Houlsby Foundation Nordstrom, Inc. Peoples Gas Winnetka Congregational Church
$1,000-$2,499 All Points Security Avrum Katz Foundation Bridgestone/Firestone Trust Fund Chicago Tribune Data Graphics, Inc. Deerpath Junior High School Donald P. & Byrd M. Kelly Foundation Fiber Node Services Frontline Communications GDM Kemper Education and Charitable Fund Matrix Communications Northminster Presbyterian Church North Star Cable Construction, Inc. Otto W. Lehmann Foundation Presbyterian Women in the Presbytery of Chicago Risk Management Target Corporation
Ann’s Easter Bunnies Chicago Children’s Museum Comcast Cable Communications, Inc. Community Presbyterian Church of Clarendon Hills Craig Williams & New Control Eileen Fischer Store Elmwood Park Presbyterian Church Evergreen America Russ & Pat Ewert Franklin D. Roosevelt Post NO.923 of the American Legion Greater Chicago Food Depository Illinois CPA Society Jewel-Osco Jones Day Mayfair Presbyterian Church Nonfiction Unlimited Northminster Presbyterian Church Parkside Community Academy Presbyterian Church of Norwood Park Psycho Baby ReproGraphics as Division of The Schiele Group Roberto Clemente High School Rock for Kids Roeser’s Bakery Scholastic, Inc. St. Catherine Laboure Tangerine Thousand Waves Martial Arts & Defense Center University of Dayton Chicago Alumni Chapter U.S. Cellular Whole Foods Market Xerox Capital Services YMCA- Irving Park
$999 and Under BEK Distributing Bristol Fund, Inc. Chela Logistics Chemcraft Industries Church Women United Friedman & Wexler, L.L.C. Fun House Day Care Gould & Ratner, LLP Koralik Associates Law Offices of Robert M. Warsaski Openlands Project/GreenNet Presbytery of Chicago Research Support Services Total Cable Group, Inc. United Airlines Wendy’s International
Matching Gifts Abbott Fund Matching Adobe Systems Bank of America Corporate Philanthropy Services Donors Forum of Chicago Follett Corporation Google Harley-Davidson Financial Services Henderson Global McDonald’s Corporation PepsiCo Foundation Pfizer Foundation U.S. Cellular
“Bob and I believe in Association House, and the power of this historic organization to change lives and offer hope to families most in need. We have choosen to show our support through continued gifts to the Annual Fund, and gifts designated to special initiatives which help position this extraordinary agency for the future. Because of our strong committment, we have also included Association House in our estate plans. We are grateful to the many others who join us each year with their generous support to ensure the work of Association House remains vibrant and visionary.” -Mary Naftzger, Board Alumna
$5,000 and above Ronald & Nancy Kurz Paul T. Metzger & Sarah Bradley Charles Rizzo
$2,000 to $4,999 Ronald & Judith Eshleman Jeffrey & Carol Martini Harriet Sadauskas Michael Sennett John & Cynthia Ullrich
$500 to $1,999 Anonymous Robert & Rita Bailey Mumdouh & Wafa Bakhos George & Susan Bigenwald Robert Bryg Mona Clayton Peter & Constance Dickinson Lloyd & Martha Ferguson Brett & Simonne Geiger Camille Genewich Allan I. Greenberg Ellen G. Grinde & Robert Stewart William & Patricia Hagenah John & Carole Harrif Catherine Hayden Barbara A. Healy Morgan R. Hirst Tadd & Ann Ingles Jerry Kanies Richard & Susan Kiphart Alfred Leisering Ruth Mank Joseph & Lara Matthews James & Elizabeth McGuire Clarence L. Nunn Dawn M. O’Connor James & Sharon O’Sullivan Miguel A. Palacio Robert & Elise Parsons John & Kathleen Puffer Bob Riesman & Rachel Kaplan Hugo R. Rodriguez & Dianne Schuyler Julio H. Rodriguez Patricia F. Rosenberg Cynthia L. Schmidt Charles & Beverly Shaw Howard & Catherine Siegel Jerry & Annette Stover David & Katherine Stumm Kay Torshen Nile Wendorf & Mila Tellez William & Michele Vickery
$250 to $499 Kyle & Sonya Andreassen- Henderson Percy & Yasmin Bates Charles & Esther Bley Alan R. Brodie John & Jacolyn Bucksbaum Dr. Robert & Celina Castaneda Greg C. Cohen William & Jane Conway
Harvey & Arlene Coustan Michael & Jennifer Covey Caroline E. Devlin Edwin H. Enyart James & Peggy Forbes Constance Gertz & Francis McMonagle Douglas & Rose Gordon Oscar & Suzanne Hampton Thomas W. Hayes H. Chris Hunken Michael & Dee Ingles Michael & Beth O’Shaughnessy Kane Nicholas & Phyllis Koclanis Alan Kuska William & Blair Lawlor Michael Lewis Shamar D. Lott Bill & Denise Matthews Roland & Darlene Metzger Neda Nabavi Bob & Mary Naftzger Mike O’Keefe Tom & Jessica Quinn Holly J. Schmidt Randy F. Schmidt James & Paula Sheridan Thomas R. Silvovsky Gerrie M. Smith Harrison & Lois Steans Walter Tizura Henry & Diane Tymick Mark & Linda Upton Ann Wagner Andrew & Kelley Wyant
$100 to $249 David & Mary Ader Dena Al-Khatib Bruce Anderson Neil & Gayle Anderson Daniel & Spencer Baker Aaron Bass Jason Beckstrom Nick & Laverna Benavidez Ivy Bennett Stanton & Elinor Berlin Michael G. Bigenwald & Adrienne L. Jeske Susan Boone Theodore & Pat Boundas Roger & Susan Bottum Jacob & Janice Brandzel Bruce & Caron Brennan James D. Bristol Patricia Brown & Donald Doyle Terrence & Joan Budny Richard & Lois Bull Jeffery & Helena Burke-Bevan Wiley & Joanne Caldwell Nicholas & Carrie Camino Luis A. Cantu John & Teresa Celmer Michael Colky Dr. W. Gene Corley Carol Wilson &
G. William Cots Foundation Thomas & Dorothy Cowsert Stephen & Elizabeth Crawford Dr. & Mrs. Joseph T. Curti Daniel & Patricia Devine Nina Diamond B.J. & Stacy Dolan Paul & Kate Dombrowski Steven & Stephanie Domiano Michael & Kathy Donaldson Patricia A. Drinkwine Steven & Carol Ducommun Taft & Lillie Dukes Robert & Janet Eder Dave & Lorraine Erickson Gustavo & Susan Espinosa Lawrence Fey Wanda Figueroa-Peralta B. Ellen Fisher Alice Foote & Richard Nugent James Frey & Michael Hires Joseph & Maria Friedman Richard Glau Carolyn W. Golmon Dr. William Gorman Edwin & Ellen Gualtieri Dilver & Lois Hall Peter & Kathleen Hamilton Karen S. Harrer Gary & Mary Heigl Richard & Jane Heil Samuel & Marcia Hellman Joe & Jo Ellen Helmer William & Nancy Henderson John & Sue Hill Melville & Elizabeth Hodder Kristian Hoeh Roger Hruby Joan Jensen Uve & Sandra Jerzy Charles A. Johnson Jason Josko Robert & Marge Julian Hervey & Leslie Juris Paul Kasper Norman & Lucinda Katz John & Joyce Kelly Dan Kessler Keith & Lois Kline Dr. Roy J. Korn, Sr. Kevin & Denise Kreb James & Mary Kressin Louis & Mary Kuppenheimer Bill & Paula Labno-Hintz David & Darlene Landsittel Thomas & Electa Lang Dave & Marcia Lehman Karl & Susan Lieberman Jon & Jane Lind Penny Linstrom Paul & Dona Litzsinger Edward & Heidi Lott Robert & Margaret Loweth John & Kim Lucas Gwen K. Luecker Joyce J. Mantels
Pierre & Rebecca Masson Thomas Mathews John T. McCarthy Ann T. Maeda Albert & Brenda Merkel Carl & Ann Marie Meyer Brian & Gretchen Miller John & Louise Mills Sharon M. Minter Lou Ann Mohrman John & Patricia Moran Herbert Moreno Maria Mowbray Bill Munson Belverd & Marian Needles Col. Jamieson & Barbara Newell Daniel Ng Jeanne Nurthen Philip & Patricia O’Hara Nelida Oliveras Stuart & Sarah Opdycke Michael & Tamara Pape Robert K. Parsons & Victoria J. Herget Parsons Gary R. Peart Warren & Marianne Perkins Lawrence & Kay Piemonte Harold & Jan Pomerantz Steven & Holly Quasney Patricia M. Ramirez William & Patricia Ruthkay Ulysses Salamanca Doris Terese Sanchez & Norman Koppel Javier J. Santoyo Coletta Sargant & Mark Rinnan Peter & Ann Schenck Christopher & Kathleen Schober-Owen Harold & Marjorie Schmidt Heidi G. Schmidt Nicole Schroeder William & Patricia Shanahan Caryl & Robert Siegle Geoffrey & Renee Silver Maureen M. Slavin Thomas Slivovsky Greg & Leslie Smith Kim Soderberg Stephanie Sommers Alain & Maria Stephan Timothy & Priscilla Wilkins-Stevens Sean Strother Anthony & Kathleen Suizzo Thomas & Sue Swigert John Troth Jenifer A. Vargo Jose & Yolanda Vicens Carlos Villafuerte Melissa A. Walker James & Margaret Warp Earlene Webb Chad E. Weber Ed & Karen Weil Donald & Mary Weiss
annual fund donors Norman & Kathy Cassleman-Wells Caroline Clarke Wheeler Frank & Carlyn Whitehand William & Ann Whitney Jeffrey D. Wolfe Christopher K. Yarbrough Judith Van Zanten
Under $100 Anthony & Beth Adler Aquileo Aguilar Barry Alberts Jon & Elaine Anderson Lisa Antas Anna Appleby Balente Arroyo Brooks Augustine Fernando Avila Raymond Aviles John & Mary Ayars Ray Shantel Banks Louise Turner Barnes Alan & Judy Barry Joy Beanland Jordan & Lottie Bell Richard & Carol Bennett Michael M. Bhandarkar Chris & Jennifer Bigenwald David & Lynn Bigenwald-Smith Myles Bigenwald Sarah Bisono-Gonzalez Mary Boozell Karen L. Boyaris Eunice Braica Christine Brigham Melissa Brooks David Buckingham David & Elizabeth Bueschel Samantha Burgan Steven & Corinne Bussa Maria del Carmen Calderon-Ortega Paul & Bonnie Camenisch Christopher & Marilee Carey Kenneth & Georganne Chalmers Anthony Ciro Wesley & Jane Clarke-Whittington Carol B. Conklin Mark & Mary Conley-Teresi Carrie G. Cox Rosetta Davis Ronald & Luella Dawson Doris L. Denizard Deborah Dent James DiCiaula Patricia Du Charme Katie Dunn Bert & Elizabeth Early Richard & Arlene Eckert William & Marie Ekvall Frank & Barbara Ellson Marian Engel Justin Fancher Paul & Barbara Fenoglio Tony & Lisa Fiore Richard & Kathy Fox Lauren Freeman & Pete Fintschenko
Evan & Nan Freund Sanford & Holly Gail Edgar Garcia George & Anne Gauthier Michael Gibbs Celsa Gilson Edward & Elena Glab Ari F. Glass Matt Goldhaber Allan Gomez Roy Goodman Jessica Graeser Colin & Carolyn Greene Robert & Virginia Grogan Jeffery & Barbara Grunewald Marilu D. Hammons Lyndal Hanna Ruby Hannon Hiroshi & Anna Hasegawa Warren C. Haskin Peter Hauschildt C. Anderson & Junia Hedberg Eric & Linda Henning Cohen Martha Henrikson & Maureen Ang Harry & Annette Hillman Ernest & Claire Hodge Tasha Hogue Tim & Amy Hohulin Larry & Sheara Horwich Donald & Carole Housholder Shele Houston Adam Ingles Kristin Jacobson Pola M. Jaramillo Stephen & Carolyn Jevelian Arlene Johnson Gregory & Suzanne Johnson James & Dorianne Johnson Janice C. Johnson Keith & Diane Johnson Peter & Cathy Kane Shirley K. Kenyon Daniel Kim Diane C. Kingwill Sara Kirby Carol A. Kone Robert & Cynthia Kos Susan M. Krummel Carlo & Cianne LaForgia Joseph Lanza William Laros Jack & Barbara Larsen Katherine M. Lewis David & Lois Lieberman James Lifton Richard & Marilyn Lindeman James & Linda Lindon Hope A. Little Elena Lojo Anthony C. Lopez Robert & Carol Loundsbury Robert Maday Pauline Maki & Chris Wrobel Jennifer Martin Patricia A. Martin Mario & Magdalena Martinez
Neo Martinez Theodore Mandigo & Shirley Swanson Dana R. McDermott Marilyn C. McKenzie Scott & Elizabeth Mendel Emily A. Merkler Tim Metzger Merritt & Carolyn McCall John M. Michalik James Miller Mary Montgomery Clifford Jennifer Morgan Jennifer Murphy & Daniel Garrick Venkat Muthukrishnan Kristin Neitz Robert & Angela Nesbitt Cynthia Neumann Gary Newman Mr. & Mrs. M.A. Nicolais Marcos & Valerie Nogues Nicole L. Overbey John & Brynn Pacitti Kenneth D. Page Rhonda Panousakis James D. Parsons Karis Pechta Otto Perlenfien David Petricca David & Anna Pittman Charles & Janet Plate Gordon Peterson John & Nancy Phair George & Kim Piskorowski Brenda M. Rakers Liana Ramirez Edwin & Carole Read Robert Regan & Cynthia Clark Ralph & Joan Reiner Paula Render Tim Ressmeyer Carmen S. Reyes Martha Reynolds Jennifer Rodriguez Marvin Rose Robert M. Rivera Lee Ann Russo & Kevin Miller Maria L. Sanchez Robert & Julie Schlossberg Russ & Carol Schuh Erica Sevilla Herbert & Jacqueline Shaffer Mukul Sharma Holly Shiffman Javier Silva John Shorney Paul & Karey Skiermont Dan & Ellen Slattery Mary E. Snow Fred & Maren Stein George & Lysbeth Stone Irvin A. Tate Anthony & Mona Taylor Colin Tollefson Mary Catherine Traczek Barbara G. Trautman
Inez K. Tremain Mark & Debra Trembacki Akiko Upchurch Shirley M. Vandermeer Teresa Vicente Linda Vogel Steven & Iris Waichler Peter & Cheryl Waldstein John Craig & Linda Walker Nancy N. Walsh Mary E. Ward Douglas & Judith Weidman Michel Weissman Presbury & Gail West Marilyne Williams David & Lulu Witcoff Audrey Withers David & Laura Woodworth Betty Jean Wright Victor & Iris Yipp Jacquelyn M. Young Lori Zaloudek Carla R. Zamora Leroy & Rose Ann Zecca
Gifts Received through Campaign Pledge Payments Ariel Capital Management, LLC Edward & Molly Bailie Ronald & Judith Eshleman Thomas & Sandra Halm Oscar & Suzanne Hampton Harris N.A. Karen A. Hunter Thomas & Kelli Kline LaSalle Bank Richard M. Morrow Robert & Elise Parsons Richard C. Perry Ted & Ariel O’Hara Migna E. Rodriguez Harriet Sadauskas Randy F. Schmidt Ernest R. Wish
ELLEN HOLT LEGACY MEMBERS (Gifts to Be received through Bequests)
Patricia A. Drinkwine Ronald Eshleman Alan Hunken Ronald W. Kurz Alfred and Margaret “Peg” Leisering* Bob & Mary Naftzger Dr. Robert & Elise Parsons Patricia F. Rosenberg *We fondly remember Peg Leisering, who passed away in 2007, for the many ways she supported Association House, including thorugh the Ellen Holt Legacy Fund.
benefit The annual Faces of Hope 2008 Benefit raised nearly $200,000 to help support Association House programs. The event, hosted by the Board of Directors, and led by Cynthia Ullrich of Harris Bank and Mark Allen of Comcast Cable, took place on the evening of Friday, May 16 at the beautiful Ritz-Carlton Chicago. Business leaders, community leaders and hundreds of friends of Association House gathered to celebrate and raise critically needed funds for programs and services. Our gratitude to the many sponsors
who shared in making the evening a great success. A highlight of the evening featured Chicagoâ€™s Department of Consumer Services Commissioner Norma Reyes, who shared meaningful remarks about coming with her family to Association House as a girl and the hope and help she received. Plan now to join us on Friday night, May 1st, 2009 to celebrate the 15th Annual Faces of Hope 2009 Benefit and the 110th Anniversary of the Association House!
Thank you to all of our Faces of Hope 2008
Frontline Communications Inc. North Star Cable Construction Inc.
Top: The Annual Benefit theme title Faces of Hope, reflects the purpose of the event and raises critically needed funds for children and families who enroll in Association House programs. Top Center: Board Alumni Dr. Robert Parsons wins the Toshba 42â€? REGZA LCD/HD TV in the 54 card raffle. Center: Friends enjoy the live auction portion of the evening, sponsored by Aetna. Bottom Center: Special guest, Chicago Department of Consumer Services Commissioner Norma Reyes shares her childhood memories of Association House. Bottom: Association House President Harriet Sadauskas extends her gratitude to Board Member and 2008 Benefit Chair, Cindy Ullrich of Harris Bank.
opportunities V OLUN T EER
The gift of your time is priceless to Association House and the families we serve. There are many opportunities to utilize your skills and become involved in the many programs at Association House that serve a diverse and multi-generational community.
FIN AN C IAL SUPPOR T The services Association House provides would not be possible without monetary donations from individuals, organizations, businesses, and foundations. Unrestricted gifts of any amount are welcomed and greatly appreciated. To make a donation online, please visit our web site at www.associationhouse.org or make checks payable to Association House of Chicago.
M AT C HIN G G IFT S Many companies will match an employees donation to charitable organizations. Ask your employer if there is a matching gifts program at your workplace. You may be able to double your contribution to Association House with a matching gift.
S T OC K T R AN SFER Gifts of stock are easily transferred. For more information, please contact Ron Kurz at Smith Barney Citigroup at 312-419-3610 and ask about account number 38331002, DTC#0418.
B EQ UEST S A bequest is a gift made by naming Association House of Chicago as a beneficiary in your will. This is both a simple and popular method for remembering Association House in perpetuity. If you have already included Association House in your will, and would like to be included in the Ellen Holt Legacy Fund, please let us know. The fund is named in honor of Ellen Holt, who together with the support of Jane Addams, founded Association House in 1899. To discuss giving options, please contact Cynthia L. Schmidt, CFRE, Chief Development Officer, at 773-772-8114 or firstname.lastname@example.org For a complete list of partners visit our web site at www.associationhouse.org
United Way Community Behavioral Healthcare Association National Council of La Raza Humboldt Park Empowerment Partnership Association of Fundraising Professionals Donors Forum of Chicago Chicago Women in Philanthropy
Council on Accreditation related to 2008 Annual Report Editor: Cynthia L. Schmidt, CFRE, Chief Development Officer Copy Editor: Jenifer Vargo, Development Director Design: Andrea Meenahan
Licensed by: Illinois Department of Human Services Office of Mental Health Office of Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Office of Developmental Disabilities Illinois Department of Children & Family Services Certified as a Medicaid Provider
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Published on Nov 11, 2009
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