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ROAD TO RESILIENCE ANNUAL REPORT FISCAL YEAR 2019

MAKING AN IMPACT 80%

1,074

of clients had fees subsidized

persons served 590 PERSONS

450 PERSONS

100%

of youth in the Youth Advocacy program improved their social and life skills

COUNSELING

CRISIS INTERVENTION

PREVENTION

34 PERSONS


A WORD FROM OUR LEADERS Dear Friends,

On behalf of the Board of Directors, I extend our deep appreciation for your contribution to The Bridge Youth & Family Services. Whether you have attended a fundraiser, participated in a fundraising campaign or volunteered for programs or fundraisers, your contribution ensures our youth and families achieve and maintain social and emotional health. The Board of Directors works closely with The Bridge’s administrative team to ensure programs and supports are in place and evolve to meet the ever-changing needs of the community we serve. For example, The Bridge has recently been able to provide vouchers to address transportation challenges for children and families to attend counseling sessions at The Bridge.   The Board and administrative team from The Bridge are committed to continuing to provide youth and families with quality, preventative and counseling services.  The demand for services continues to grow and your renewed support of The Bridge allows us to maintain the services for our clients.  As you take a few moments to review the programs, staff and Bridge contributors highlighted in this annual report, you will most certainly have a better understanding of the impact you have on The Bridge Youth & Family Services.   With gratitude,

Mary Pat Krones Chair of the Board of Directors

Dear Supporters of The Bridge, On behalf of The Bridge Youth & Family Services, I thank everyone that supported our mission in Fiscal Year 2019. More than 700 people donated to The Bridge during the year. Around 250 people gave their time, engaged as volunteers in youth mentoring, board and committee work, fundraising support and other activities. In this annual report you will find the highlights of our year. The Board, staff, volunteers and our Young Professional's Board conducted four fundraising events. Our annual gala, golf outing, the walk/run, and trivia night were each events where folks had fun while helping to raise money for important programs. In Fiscal Year 2019 - The crisis team responded to more than 200 cases for the first time in years. These are primarily runaway or locked-out youth, and those in need of immediate suicide assessment. - Mentoring served 34 youth, a 17% increase over the previous year. We always need more caring adults willing to serve as mentors.   - Counseling served nearly 600 persons--90% of those children have experienced trauma.    In response to youth trauma we sent six staff members to extensive training on SPARCS (Structured Psychotherapy for Adolescents Responding to Chronic Stress). The demand for trauma recovery groups remains high.    The Bridge continued to be a leader in the United Palatine Coalition, an organization of 23 Palatine area organizations working together to create better outcomes for youth. I’m always proud of the work our staff and volunteers do, and for the great results they achieve. I hope you share that pride as you peruse this report. Sincerely,

Gregg Stockey Executive Director


MEET THE TEAM BOARD OF DIRECTORS (as of June 30, 2019)

Amil Alkass Jakub W. Amrogowicz Deb Armstrong Ed Bocanegra James D. Brenner Tamara Byrne Gerald Chapman Greg Davis

Thomas S. Donohue Jim Ekeberg Jim Esposito John Fedus Brian A. Goebbert Pete Kain Randy Klingner Mary Pat Krones

Raymond Mau Joanie Perez Lisa Pollock Melanie Santostefano Mike Seebacher John Sullivan Stephen Whited

YOUNG PROFESSIONAL'S BOARD (as of June 30, 2019)

Alexa McNish Ben Wallace Karen Quill

B R I D G E

Melinda Aiello Ron Sowadski Teagen Reid

Our staff members are made up of dedicated individuals who make our mission possible.

S T A F F


FINANCIAL REPORT REVENUE AND OTHER SUPPORT Fees and Grants from Government Agencies Non-event related contributions Net Special Events Program Service Fees United Way Other Income Total

$ 805,812 $ 149,646 $ 123,020 $ 75,548 $ 56,886 $ 2,673 $ 1,213,585

PROGRAM EXPENSES Crisis Intervention Family and Individual Counseling Volunteer Services Mentorship and Prevention Youth Council Total

TOTAL

$ 595,100 $ 290,217 $ 64,594 $ 98,863 $ 2,005 $ 1,050,779

Management Expenses

$ 249,549

Total Expenses Increase (Decrease) in Net Assets

$1,300,328 ($79,568)


CRISIS INTERVENTION The Bridge is the only agency in the Northwest Suburbs of Chicago that specializes in immediate crisis intervention to homeless, runaway, locked-out, and at-risk adolescents and their families. A crisis situation may involve a youth who is: -Locked-out -Experiencing homelessness -Involved in a domestic violence situation -Being abused or neglected

Our team responds to requests for intervention from: -Police departments -Hospitals -High schools -Elementary and middle schools -Local youth organizations

98%

Services available

24/7/365

450

people served

crisis interventions resulted in reunification with family

227

crisis calls for runaway, suicidal, and at-risk youth

The need for our crisis intervention services grew the most in FY19

4

languages spoken

OUR COMMUNITY PARTNERS

24

Police Stations

5

Hospitals specializing in adolescent psychology services

10

School Districts

6

Townships


COUNSELING

OUR COUNSELORS

Our Counseling team offers individual counseling to children and teens from Palatine Township and their families. Counselors address mental health concerns such as depression, anxiety, trauma, and other life challenges. 7 Child & Family Counselors + 2 Interns

60+ Years of Collective Expertise

5 Languages Spoken in Addition to English and Spanish

132.25 Hours of Ongoing Education

My son loves his therapist and always looks forward to seeing her. They have been amazing and I have seen a lot of improvement in my child. -Client Father

The Bridge works on a sliding scale so no one is ever turned away based on their ability to pay

2,175 counseling sessions in the past year

97%

of counseling clients met some or all of their treatment goals


PREVENTION & YOUTH ADVOCACY Our Youth Advocacy Program is a mentoring program where youth are matched one-on-one with volunteer adult mentors.

DEVELOPING CONFIDENT LEADERS

Mentoring is a proven method of promoting social skill development and healthy decisionmaking through teaching by example. Mentees spend at least two hours a week with their Mentor over the course of a minimum of one year. This program acts as a prevention method that effectively increases the youth's communication and problem-solving skills, sense of belonging, and self-worth.

EMPOWERING YOUTH

Mentors empower young people to make smart choices that put them on a path to making better life decisions. 34 youth were served by the Youth Advocacy program this fiscal year.

GIVING BACK TO THE COMMUNITY Mentors and Mentees participate in service projects geared toward teaching them the importance of making a difference in their community. They participate in projects like: - Caroling at a nursing home - Collecting items for the food pantry - Cleaning up local forest preserves

Why Mentor

My mentor is one of the few people who knows me in my soul. She inspires me. I wouldn't be half the person I am without her. - Yasmine, past Mentee

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Make a positive impact on an adolescent's life Learn from your Mentee Build your leadership skills

Give back to the community


THANK YOU TO We express our deepest gratitude to the donors who gave in Fiscal Year 2019. From all of us at The Bridge, we would like to extend our appreciation to all of you for your contributions. Your continuing support of our programs and services helps us provide counseling and crisis interventions for thousands of children, teens, and their families. Founders $25,000+ Norman and Susan Abazoris Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Mark Dodson Illinois Dept of Human Services Palatine Township United Way of Metro Chicago

Stewards $5,000+ Mr. and Mrs. Carl Busse Cornerstone Bank Hanover Township Northrup Grumman Palatine Bank and Trust Herman & Katherine Peters Foundation Schaumburg Township Mr. and Mrs. Michael Thompson Village of Palatine

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Praven Mr. and Mrs. Jim Rapp Mr. Michael Reiss Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rohrwasser Mr. and Mrs. Henri H. Rubinstein Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tinkoff Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Williams Mr. and Mrs. William Wukovits

Mr. and Mrs. Wes Young Ms. Karen Zamin Mr. and Mrs. Steven Zoll Supporters $100-$249 Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. Stanley J. Aiello Mr. Amil Alkass Allied Air Conditioning and Heating Corporation Alternative Bearings Corp. Mr. and Mrs. Adam Baumgartner Mr. and Mrs. Gary Bazelon Mr. John Bent Mrs. Patricia R. Bethel Big Monster Toys LLC Ms. Jean Black Mr. Jeff Blanchette and Ms. Elizabeth Whalen Mr. and Mrs. Rodney L. Bolman Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey T. Boundy Ms. Kathy Boyle Mr. Hugh Brady and Ms. Renee Gladstone Ms. Shawna Brauer Mr. Gary Braun and Mrs. Lisa Hanson-Braun Mr. Pete Brown Mr. and Mrs. Milt Buckingham Mr. Paul Budin Ms. Michelle Burton Mr. and Mrs. Tom Butero Mr. and Mrs. John Callahan Mr. Max Capouch Ms. Kathleen Carroll Ms. Jeanine Chapman Mrs. Joan Clolery-Dotoli Concise Industries, Inc. Mr. Mark Coon Ms. Alicia Corrigan Ms. Teresa DeJong Mr. and Mrs. Joseph DeSimone Mr. and Mrs. Jason A. Dietz Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dobbs Mr. Mark Doherty Domenosky Racing Stables Inc. Mr. Andrew Dunton Mr. Eric Eimen Mrs. Louise Escoe Mr. Frank Esterle Mr. Edward Evert Mr. John Fell Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Fleming Dr. Sue Ellen Foley Ms. Amy Friel Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Fritz, Jr. Mr. Steve Galek Ms. Patricia Galuski Mrs. Sue Gehring Mr. and Mrs. John M. Godawski Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Goebbert Mr. and Mrs. Elwood L. Goebbert Mr. Jack Gouty Ms. Irene M. Grevas Mr. Jeff Grybash Mr. and Mrs. Daniel M. Halperin Ms. Lisa Hartkopf Mr. Todd Hatoff Ms. Patricia G. Hayden Mr. Scott Hess Mrs. Betty Jane Hunt

THANK YOU TO OUR SUPPORTERS

Benefactors $10,000+ Anonymous Donor BMO Harris Bank Foglia Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Theodore W. Moeller The Rhoades Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Michael Strauss

Ms. Betty Z. Kabara Mr. Thomas A. Kennedy and Ms. Lynn Ridge Mr. and Mrs. Randall Klingner Mr. and Mrs. Pat Larsen Mr. and Mrs. Bob Leeper Mr. and Mrs. Neil Mathews Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mau Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Mitzen Mueller & Co., LLP Newko Prototype, Inc. Northop Grumman Political Action Committee Ms. Kathleen O'Hara Mr. and Mrs. Alfredo Perez Pinderski & Pinderski, Ltd. Mr. and Mrs. J. Steve Pohl Ms. Lisa D. Pollock Ms. Julia Postma Ms. Emily Potts Ms. Ellaine Sambo-Reyther Ms. Melanie Santostefano and Mr. Shawn Jackson The David and Teryl Schawk Family Foundation Sisters of St. Francis Mr. and Mrs. Dale Stern Mr. Gregg Stockey and Ms. Bonnie Collins Stryker Networks Mr. and Ms. John F. Sullivan Superior Nut & Candy Co., Inc. Mr. Michael T. Swier Mr. Arnold Uhlig Ms. Kathy Winter Women's Club of Inverness

Visionaries $2,500-$4,999 City of Des Plaines Mr. and Mrs. Shanan Egger Mr. and Mrs. Scott Ferris Mr. and Mrs. Gerald F. Fitzgerald, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James K. Henegan Mr. and Mrs. Jack G. Horn Kabarec Financial Advisors, Ltd. Mr. and Mrs. Peter B. Kain Mr. Chris Lang Lavelle Law, Ltd. Northwest Community Hospital Palatine Rotary School Health Corporation Mr. Stephen D. Whited Zurich

Pacesetter Society $1000-$2,499 Anonymous Donor (2) AbbVie Foundation Employee Engagement Fund Mr. and Mrs. Rich Armstrong Mr. and Mrs. Roger Bassi Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blose Brandt Financial Concepts, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. James D. Brenner Mr. and Mrs. Frank Byrne Dr. and Mrs. Gerald D. Chapman Core Orthopedics & Sports Medicine Mr. and Mrs. Greg Davis Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dietz Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dobbleare Mr. and Mrs. Ted Dodge Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Dunlop Mr. and Mrs. James L. Esposito Mr. and Mrs. Michael Gaughan Mr. and Mrs. Brian Goebbert Mr. and Mrs. Stephen F. Griffin Harper College Ms. Diane Hill Mr. Craig Hutson

Sustainers $500-$999 Mr. and Mrs. John Babcock Mr. and Mrs. Sujit Bakre Mr. Michael Bappert Mr. and Mrs. Mike Cannon Mr. Fred Castillo Dr. and Mrs. Dan Cates Ms. Sandra Chen Christ Lutheran Church Cobblestone Real Estate LLC Ms. Jacqi Coleman Mr. and Mrs. Trevis Crane Mr. Tristan Delay Dynasty Financial Partners LLC Dr. and Mrs. James Ekeberg Mr. and Mrs. John Fedus Ms. Penny Ffitch-Heyes Ms. Jeanne Filipp Ms. Kathy Gramling G & R Dunlop Grimm Metal Fabricators Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Jarosz Dr. and Mrs. Gary Kazmer Ms. Barbara Klauke Mr. John Krienitzi Ms. Mary Pat Krones Mr. and Mrs. William Kubek Ms. Harriette Lutz Mr. and Mrs. Roland Marquis Mr. Rob Marshal Mr. and Mrs. Charles Miller Ms. Laura M. Oroni PCS Cable and Wireless Solutions Mr. Kenneth J. Peplowski and Ms. Beth E. Dalton Mr. and Mrs. William C. Pohl

Patrons $250-$499 Anonymous Donor ACT Appraisal, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Adamczyk Mr. and Mrs. Jakub Amrogowicz Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Battle Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bocanegra Mr. Marc A. Brauer Mr. J.J. Comisky Mr. and Mrs. Ken Dietz Mrs. Judith R. Dincher Mr. Thomas S. Donohue Draper & Kramer Edward Jones Ms. Linda J. Evans Soto Russell P. Fitton III, D.D.S., P.C. Fred Okasick Sales, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Brian Freiman Mr. and Mrs. John Garrity Ms. Kelly Golden Mr. and Mrs. William Gunning Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hubbard The Juskiewicz Family Mr. and Mrs. Pat Kain Ms. Patricia A. Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Jeremy Knupp Mr. and Mrs. Scott Kravitz Mr. and Mrs. Doug Landerman Ms. Loren Long Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lutz Mr. and Mrs. Steven Malambri McGluin, LLC Ms. Karen McMahon Mr. David Mendelson Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Menig Mr. Alan Micek Mr. and Mrs. Mike Minton Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Mlynek Mr. and Mrs. John J. Moroney Dr. Kevin Nohelty Ms. Tanya Nueske Mr. and Mrs. Don Opperman Mr. and Mrs. Jason Ornduff Mr. and Mrs. Jim Pfeiffer Ms. Diane Pfister Mr. and Mrs. Donald Pieper Mr. Joe Pietrini Mr. Paul Rogner Mr. Carl Siemianowski Ms. Diana Slatopolsky Mr. Kyle Smith Mr. and Mrs. Bruce A. Sorensen Ms. Shannon Stock Ms. Barbara Strauss Ms. Meredith Strauss Ms. Bethany Szczepanski Thornton’s Mr. Matt Warren


OUR DONORS Mr. Dan Iacullo Mr. and Mrs. Stephen L. Johnson Ms. Emma M. Kalaidjian and Mr. Gary Rhodes Kelleher & Buckley LLC Mr. Jason Klein Mr. and Mrs. Jay J. Klug Mr. Mike Kolze Mr. Mark Kovack Mr. William Kwaak and Mrs. Jeri L. Srur-Kwaak Dr. and Mrs. Bob Longo Mr. Thomas MacCarthy MadsenArcher Consulting, Inc. Ms. Kelly Martin Mr. and Mrs. James R. McCarthy Mr. Ted McGinn Mr. Adam McGuckin Mr. and Mrs. Matt McLaughlin Ms. Alexa McNish Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Mendell Ms. Dorothy Merkle Mr. Nathan E. Meyerhoff Mr. and Mrs. Mark Michelini Mr. and Mrs. Timothy J. Millar Mr. Paul Mokhatas Rep. Tom Morrison Mr. and Mrs. John Moy Mr. John Mulsoff Mr. Robert Munoz, Jr. and Mrs. Amy Andrews-Munoz Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Murphy Rep. Michelle Mussman Mr. and Mrs. John Myers Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nikowitz Ms. Julie B. O'Hara Mr. and Ms. Harvey Paffenroth Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey J. Pape Mr. Rich Payson Pepsico Silicon Valley Community Foundation Ms. Nancy Plummer Premier Blanket Service, Inc. Ms. Karen Quill Ms. Teagen Reid Mr. and Mrs. Don Reisner Research International Ms. Heather Resnick Mr. Philip Richards and Ms. Nancy Kukankos Ms. Laura Riley Ms. Lucille Roberts Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Rorrie Mr. Gerald Ross Ms. Lynn Samuel Mr. and Mrs. Mike Seebacher Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Sharkey Ms. Angela Siliger Ms. Zenia Simmons Mr. James Soboleski Mr. Phillip E. Solzan Mr. Alex Soszko Mr. Ralph Spindler and Ms. Barbara Howard Mr. James Stanley Mr. and Mrs. Pete Stolz 7th Grade Students of Walter R. Sundling Jr. High Ms. Marie Thompson Sunrise Tree Services Mr. Robert Timmerman Mr. and Mrs. Don Van Cleave Mr. Karel and Mrs. Marisa Vlasak Ms. Kathleen May Voigt Mr. Eric Wenckowski Mrs. Eleanor S. Williams Mr. Ben Witt Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Witt Mr. and Mrs. Mark Woods Ms. Meeta Yadava Ziegler Charitable Foundation

Friends up to $99 Mr. Mir Ali Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Amenitsch Mr. and Mrs. Andy Anaya Mr. Robert Anderson Ms. Janet Arroyo Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Auer Mr. and Mrs. Eric Bachmann Mr. Chance Badertscher Mr. Bob Baker Mr. and Mrs. Warren H. Baker Mr. and Mrs. Jason Ballard Ms. Meridith Barlev Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bartholomae é Mr. and Mrs. Robert Basofin Ms. Stephanie Beck Ms. Darlene Benson Mr. Tim Bergan Ms. Judy Berland Deepali Bhavsar Ms. Cristina Briseno Mr. and Mrs. Dennis J. Burke Mr. and Mrs. John A. Canning, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Louis G. Caravelli Ms. Patricia Carmody Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Chamberlain Mr. J. Harley Chapman and Ms. Jean BerglofChapman Ms. Risa Cohen Mr. Tom Cole Ms. Lilia Corral Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Courtney Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Craft Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Crimmins Mrs. Ann Cygnar Ms. Trish Dacpano Mr. Ed DalPonte Ms. Karen Daly Danico Enterprises, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Rob Dannys Mr. and Mrs. James Dano Mrs. Barbara Dorr Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Drabot Mr. Greg Drake Ms. Linda Duerr Ms. Margaret J. Duhamel Mr. David Earnest Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Edelheit Mr. Tom Edgar Ms. Marian Elstad Mr. and Mrs. Richard Emerson Mr. and Mrs. Donald Enright Ms. Gail Fedo Mr. Kevin Fedo Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Fehns Ms. Susan M. Filar Mr. Allan M. Freiman Mr. Marc Freiman Ms. Gloria Froman Mr. Jeffrey Fujino and Ms. Nancy Grybash Ms. Elizabeth Gama Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gates Mr. and Mrs. James Gazdic Ms. Jen Glazbrook Ms. Tiara Goodwin Mr. and Mrs. Mark R. Goughnour Mr. Clive Gouldthorp Mr. Jason Gruenwald Ms. Anne Gulotta Mr. and Mrs. Len Hall Mr. and Mrs. Neal Hannant Mr. and Mrs. John M. Hard, Jr. Ms. Sharlene Harjung Ms. Katie Henegan Ms. Jean Henegan Ms. Lisa Hennessy

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hernon Mr. David K. Hill Ms. Ingrid Hinkler Ms. Jennifer Hinkler Ms. Artemis Hiss Mr. Dana Hofer and Mrs. Amy Baur-Hofer Mr. and Mrs. Andrew A. Hommowun Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence E. Ingram Mr. Robert Jacobson Mr. and Mrs. Mike Jetel Ms. Cheree Joerger Mr. Aaron Johnson Ms. Jane Johnston Mr. Michael Kahn Ms. Barbara Kain Mr. and Mrs. John F. Kating Ms. Jahanara Khan Ms. Susan Koenig Ms. Kathy Kolvek Mr. and Mrs. Todd Kudelka Mr. John Kulick and Ms. Nicki Janik Ms. Sylvia Kulig Mr. and Mrs. Ignazio LaCamera Ms. Judith Legoretta Ms. Michelle Lewis Mr. Paul Liston Ms. Ashley London Mr. and Mrs. Mike Loring Ms. Becca Lyman Ms. Jenny Macko Mrs. Charlotte E. Mally Manning Silverman & Company Ms. Marija Marks Ms. Kathy Marrison Ms. Kelly Marsh Mr. and Mrs. John Masciola Ms. Mary Ann Mayworm Ms. Adrienne McDay Mr. Patrick McMahon Ms. Sue McNeilly Ms. Jessica Medinah Ms. Robyn Mendelsohn Ms. Tammy Miceli Ms. Leslie K. Michaels Mr. John Mikols Ms. Suzy Mogler Pastor and Mrs. Seth Moland-Kovash Ms. Molly Mulsoff Mr. and Mrs. David Musiala Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Nasti Ms. Sara Neilson Ms. Susan Neubert Mr. and Mrs. Tim O'Connor Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Pankratz Dr. George Pepper Mr. Steve Perrit Ms. Megan Pet Mr. Lowell Plavec Ms. Leanne Powell Ms. Hazel Ramos Mr. David Reiser Ms. Joanne Rinaldo Ms. Aisha Robinson Ms. Danielle Rogers Mrs. Leslee Rose Mr. and Mrs. William A. Rosewell Ms. Sally Rossetti Mr. and Mrs. Ronald B. Rudolph Ms. Katharine D. Ruiz Mr. Mark Sandor Mr. Charles Sanno Mr. and Mrs. H. Ronald Schagrin Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Schmehl Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schnaedter Scoopie Poo and We'll Walk Them Too Ms. Jennifer Seoane

Mr. Joseph Serio Mr. and Mrs. Drew Seward Mr. Jack Shapiro Ms. Joanna Shostachuk Ms. Nancy Sinclair Mr. and Mrs. James Sindelar Mr. Michael J. Skinner Ms. Diana Slatopolsky Ms. Marilynn Smith Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sobotka Ms. Katye Speer Ms. Roseann Stenzel Mr. and Mrs. William B. Stevenson Mr. Russell Tetzlaff Mr. and Mrs. Scott B. Thompson Mr. Michael Torio Mr. and Mrs. Serge Uccetta Ms. Alona Urisman Ms. Patti Van Winkle Ms. Susana Vargas Mr. David Vega Mr. Dan Warren Ms. LJ Warter and Ms. Pat Maloney Ms. Cindy Washburn Ms. Areta Wasiunec Mr. and Mrs. Brian D. Wasz Mr. Ron Weglarz Dr. and Mrs. Loren White Ms. Lynn Willis Ms. Bridget Witt Schuardt Mr. Jake Yang Ms. Kali Zanona Mr. and Mrs. Michael Zawacke Mr. and Mrs. Steven Zimmermann Mr. Jeremy Zoladz

THANK YOU TO OUR SUPPORTERS Contributions In-Kind Brooke Graphics LLC Buffalo Creek Brewing Chicago Culinary Kitchen Copper Fiddle Distillery Daily Herald Danico Enterprises Julie Kay Photography Klingner Technology Services Majchrowitz Graphic Design Northrop Grumman Nothing Bundt Cakes O’Donnell Legal Services Pure Juice Café Richards Graphic Design Scott Rowan Stryker Networks Tito's Handmade Vodka Vicarious Multimedia Wines for Humanity Zingabrew

We make every effort to properly recognize the donors who generously supported our mission in FY2019. If you find an error or omission, please accept our sincere apologies and contact jgow@bridgeyouth.org so that we may correct our records.


VOLUNTEERS BRIDGE VOLUNTEERS Sue Abazoris Kelvin A'my Charlie Bachmann Theo Bachmann Bill Bauer Dana Bartoszewski Ariel Blanchard Kristi Broadbent Andy Bures Linda Carrasco Vasudha Cidambi Pat Driscoll Pete Dulany Prudence Dulany Riley Dulany Itzel Gama Sanjana Gorre Brett Haman John Heraty Mitchel Huffman Aaron Johnson Ilona Kazmer Emily Libman Annie Lohafer Robyn Mendelsohn Michael Murakami Harshika Nagubandi Fernanda Nava Yanin Nava Ed Nikowitz Inez Odelecka Bruce Osborne Oscar Osborne Christian Patino Rodriguez Karen Patino Rodriguez Sandi Payne

Diane Pfister Joe Pietrini Yasmine Polk Emily Potts Colin Robinson Lauren Richards Alex Rudman Donovan Sandoval Nathan Schmidt Julie Sowadski Noah Strickland Connor Supiente Mikie Swier Arnie Uhlig Zoe Vukelich Christos Xeniotis Abby Zimmer

LEADERSHIP COUNCIL Rita Canning Dan Cates John Delany Diane Hill Jerome Pinderski, Jr.

Nanci Staten Robinson Michael Strauss Bill Vainisi Matthew McLaughlin

CORPORATE VOLUNTEERS Angel Tree Program Communities that Care MadsenArcher Consulting, Inc. Palatine Township

MENTORS

Stryker Networks TPI Students U.S. Bank Zurich

Dana Bartoszewski Jericho Carpio Liz Dobrzynski Brian Freiman Rebecca Freiman Pat Hayden Ed Healy John Heraty Pete Kain Pat Kelly Jahanara Khan Svetlana Konstant Joseph Longhini Steve Poland Heather Resnick Gregg Ross Marie Thompson


YEAR IN PHOTOS Thank you to everyone who attended or supported our 2018-2019 events.

2018 Golf Outing Inverness Golf Club

2019 Trivia Night Rolling Meadows Community Center

2018 Color Run Palatine Town Square

2019 'Take Flight' Gala The Meadows Club


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