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A Message from our Executive Director

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Overcoming Crisis

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Gaining Stability

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Building Capacity

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A Message from our Chief Development Officer

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Ways to Give and Get Involved

Honor Roll of Donors

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1923 Society

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Tribute Gifts

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Memorial Gifts

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Individual Donors

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In-Kind Donors

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Programs and Services

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Financial Summary

Board of Directors and Executive Staff

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A MESSAG E F R OM OUR EXEC UT I V E D IR EC TOR Dear Friends, Every day, the people we serve face challenges. Some of these challenges are new, and others may have been present for their entire lives. Every day, our staff members recommit themselves to helping our clients persevere and overcome these challenges. Throughout all of this, you, our community, pledge your support because you believe in our mission. The will of the people we serve to persevere through hardship is a constant source of inspiration for me, as is your unrelenting support of our work. The will to overcome hardships takes many forms. We see it in a young mother dedicating herself to parenting classes in order to give her child all the support she can. It can be a person who’s struggled with addiction committing to a counseling program. Sometimes it is a staff member persisting in successfully serving an individual who has been difficult to engage, resistant to help, and suspicious of service providers. We see that perseverance in a supporter committing resources or time to a program that faces uncertainty. When we persevere together, we help not only the person in front of us, but the community as a whole. Stories of success create hope for others. When we create hope for individuals, families, and neighborhoods, we can transform lives. In 2017, we made important strides toward creating hope for more members of our community. Our Men’s Shelter expanded operations to keep its doors open 24 hours a day. We established Dignity Works, LLC., to give our social ventures room to grow and employ more people which, in turn, reduces poverty in our community. We launched Children and Adult Health Homes, a new approach to helping low-income individuals manage complex medical issues on the pathway to improved health. You’ll read about these and other programs in the pages that follow. Your support makes all of these programs possible. When you give to Catholic Charities of Onondaga County, you are contributing to the end of poverty in our community. You are helping your neighbors persevere and triumph. At a time when we are often bombarded by stories filled with fear and negativity, you are choosing to believe in a brighter future for Syracuse. Thank you for your support. Together, we are creating hope in Syracuse. Sincerely,

Michael F. Melara Executive Director

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OVERCOMING CRISIS Our clients struggle with difficult situations throughout every season. A grandmother living on a fixed income works to support her grandchildren after the incarceration of their parents. A young woman working part time so she can also attend college classes to further her career struggles to pay the lighting bill. A father needs food, shelter, and medicine for his children, but can only afford one of the three. Often, people in these situations were born into generational poverty and their lack of support systems and connections can defeat their attempts to provide for themselves.

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When people in Syracuse struggle with challenges like these, many turn to our Crisis Response programs. We work with them to find the best possible answers to their particular challenges. We stabilize their living situations, secure food and medication, find options for paying heating and electric bills, and much more. We network within our agency’s 26 programs and our peer organizations to connect clients with any other services they might need, such as pre-k for children or job-training programs for adults. Our Crisis Programs underwent some significant changes in 2017. Chief among those changes was the licensing of our Men’s Shelter so that the shelter could be open 24 hours a day. This included remodeling the interior of the shelter to meet state guidelines. We also restructured staff shifts and added staff members to cover the additional hours. These changes enable us to better support some of the most vulnerable people in our community. Reducing poverty in Onondaga County is a huge undertaking. Over 30% of residents in Syracuse live below the poverty line. Many of those in poverty are children who face enormous hurdles to their success. With your support, we’re making a difference. In 2017, you helped us provide 117 beds in shelters every night, made the food pantry available to over 3,000 people, and helped 86 families and individuals avoid eviction. You made a tangible difference for people in desperate situations. With your support, we’re able to create hope for thousands of people in need. n


FOOD PANTRY

Maureen McManus is a long-time member of the “Helping Others” group at Holy Cross Church. The group collects monthly donations for our downtown food pantry. Their donations are a vital supply of food and toiletries for the pantry which serves some of the most impoverished neighborhoods in the city.

60,000

meals provided through pantries

304

people permanently housed

Maureen has been volunteering with the parish’s food pantry efforts for 15 years and said the parish’s involvement goes back at least 30 years. Today, they are an all-volunteer group of about 10 people. Many are retired, but others are younger people who started volunteering with their parents and have continued independently. They organize monetary collections and monthly donations of toiletries and food items, all of which they disperse among four different local food pantries. When Maureen got involved, the parish was giving donations to two

food pantries. They were approached by a third for help, and then a fourth when another, smaller parish closed. At first, Maureen was concerned about spreading out the donations, nervous that there wouldn’t be enough to go around. “But when we let people know about the extra need, it was amazing,” said Maureen. “The next collection day, 30 extra bags of donations showed up. And then another 30. Whatever the need is, we’ve been able to meet it. It’s really incredible.” Maureen refused to accept much praise on behalf of her Holy Cross Church volunteers. She had two reasons for getting involved. “I’m a retired school teacher,” said Maureen. “I’ve seen what being hungry and needy does to kids. But for the most part, helping out was a job that needed to be done, so I chose to do it.” n

2,085

stayed at shelters

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MEN’S SHELTER

Men’s Shelter staff, left to right: Shelby Anderson, Jim Jarema, Jessie Butts, Michael Jones, and Joe Montesano.

Jessie Butts, a case worker at our Men’s Shelter, is one of the many staff members who helped the shelter navigate significant changes in 2017. A lot of work was needed at the end of 2017 to prepare the shelter for 24/7 operations in 2018. The shelter now has 99 beds available around the clock. Previously, the shelter was open overnight from 4:00 pm to 8:00 am. “It’s a lot different,” said Jessie. “It’s made a big difference in terms of the support we can offer.”

260

refugees resettled

1,040

became U.S. citizens

Several of the improvements for shelter residents are straight forward – there are now two meals every day, and the weather presents less of a challenge. Jessie stressed her gratitude for the community’s help in meeting the increased need for food. She said many volunteer groups have answered the call for assistance with incredible energy and commitment. Other benefits of 24-hour open doors are multifaceted. Because the staff

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can spend more daytime hours with residents, they get to know them more completely. They can better understand their needs and connect them with services that can help them find stable housing or income. The expansion of our Men’s Shelter and associated Relocation Services was made possible by several grants and many private donations. “We’ve added a few more staff members to cover hours,” said Jessie, “and the shelter aides who were already here have really stepped up to help the case workers.” There are a lot of different roles filled by shelter staff – there are case workers, program coordinators, and shelter aides – but while their tasks differ, their goals are the same. “The client interactions really are what you do it for,” said Jessie. “You learn a lot from them, and you know you can help them in ways other people can’t. That’s really rewarding.” n


GAINING STABILITY To live in poverty is to live with constant uncertainty. Is there enough money to cover a family’s rent? Can a patient make it to a medical appointment on time without reliable transportation? Who will watch the children of a single working parent? This instability makes it incredibly hard for a person to look beyond immediate difficulties. It is extremely challenging to plan for long-term success when you are worried about where tonight’s dinner will come from.

Our Stability Services work to alleviate these pressures. They are designed to help stabilize people who are emerging from crisis situations, and also to halt those sliding deeper into poverty. They provide a stable platform upon which individuals and families can build a foundation for success. These programs include Supportive Housing, Health Care Management, Elderly Services, and Refugee Resettlement. In 2017, these programs helped thousands of individuals persevere in the face of challenges. Over 300 clients found stable living situations through Supportive Housing. Refugee Resettlement services helped 276 people pursue citizenship. Elderly Services supported 1,248 seniors so that they could remain in their homes. Also in the last year, we launched our Health Homes program, a care coordination program that helps children, families, and individuals better manage complex health concerns and improve their overall health. Across our agency in 2017, programs faced new uncertainties because of changes in federal policy and funding. This challenge was especially felt by our Refugee Services, and we’ve been touched by the community’s response. The outpouring of support and encouragement has made it possible for us to continue our work, and for that we are deeply grateful. Stability Services programs ease the day-to-day concerns of thousands of people struggling in poverty. Once these concerns are addressed, people are better able to focus on improving their prospects and participating in the community. This is made possible by the coordinated efforts of staff, funders, supporters, peer organizations, and volunteers. Together, we work with clients as partners, navigating the hurdles of poverty at their sides. n

Over a third of Syracuse city residents live below the federal poverty line and face these difficulties every day.

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SUPPORTIVE HOUSING

Kayla’s 4-year-old son wasn’t sure what to think when she told him she was expecting another baby. “At first he was asking for either a brother or a frog,” Kayla said, laughing. “But we found out it’s a girl, and now he’s warming up to the idea of a sister. He’s gonna be a good big brother.” Kayla, her boyfriend, Leonard, and her son, Jamieson, are clients of our Supportive Housing program. Our caseworkers helped them secure their current apartment which they’ve lived in for a year. Kayla loves the apartment. The layout is perfect for her small family, and it’s close to Leonard’s job and several parks that Jamieson likes.

3,699

home visits made to strengthen families

833

children supported by parent aides

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people were assisted with coordinating medical care

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Kayla originally moved to Syracuse to help care for aging family members. It was a stressful situation, and Kayla struggled to find reliable housing. She was briefly homeless and stayed at the Rescue Mission. Caseworkers at the Rescue Mission believed Kayla might be a good candidate for an apartment and connected Kayla with one of our Supportive Housing caseworkers, Shanique Hordge. “Shanique is great,” said Kayla. “She’s always available, very responsive.” Shanique helped Kayla enroll in parenting classes when she became

pregnant. The classes are a type of support that Kayla didn’t have in her first pregnancy, and she appreciates learning about better ways to discipline and educate her kids. Kayla is also receiving support for her mental health and hopes to get involved in a job training program after the baby is born. “The classes are great and so are the caseworkers,” said Kayla. “It’s nice to know that everyone is there to help us.” n


CHILDREN’S HEALTH HOME

The staff of our Children’s Health Home program has grown from a scant handful to almost a dozen since January 2017. Their work is making a world of difference for over 120 families in Onondaga County. Lindsay Staub, Program Manager for Children’s Health Home, takes pride in their accomplishments and dedication. “We’ve really got a great team here,” said Lindsay. “We’ve had very favorable results because of everyone’s dedication.” This new program was launched in 2017. Its goal is to provide comprehensive medical care management to children and their families who qualify. Qualification includes being eligible for Medicaid and being diagnosed with a combination of chronic health conditions, mental health challenges, or complex trauma. Case workers are assigned to individual children and work with them and their families to find the best courses of treatment.

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served through Health Home

“The child really is the focus for us,” Lindsay said, “but the case management is family-driven. We

support the family in making the decisions they want to make.” Many of the families who work with Children’s Health Home have, in the past, had multiple case workers assigned to them, each attending to a different need of the child. Children’s Health Home is designed to simplify the relationship between the child and their care providers. It positions the case worker as an ally for the family. Children are referred to the program by medical centers, schools, and other service agencies. “One really neat thing we’re seeing is that other agencies have identified us as a good provider for families who speak languages other than English,” said Lindsay, who noted that they have access to many interpreters and translators because of Catholic Charities’ work with diverse populations. “We are the go-to group for non-English speaking families. It’s great to be able to fill that need.” “It’s hard work,” said Lindsay, “but I really feel like we’re at an agency that supports us. They have our back. That’s something I really value.” n

1,248

elderly people were supported

1,074

children received additional home support

Children’s Health Home staff, left to right: Maggie Barker, Lindsay Staub, Victoria Brooks, Valerie Evans, Brittany Taylor, Crystal Adkins–Parish, and Amanda Torello.

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BUILDING CAPACITY Our Capacity Building programs help people develop skills for success in many different aspects of their lives. We help families strengthen their bonds through parenting classes like Better Beginnings and Lullaby League. Afterschool and summer programs provide a safe and constructive environment for kids in impoverished neighborhoods. We help individuals and families manage complex health issues through addiction counseling. Our social ventures offer training in commercial kitchen skills and maintenance to help people obtain jobs in Syracuse. These are just a few of the host of Capacity Building programs aimed at strengthening individuals, families, and the community.

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Capacity Building programs are about providing people with tools and skills that a life of poverty may have denied them. A young mother who was herself born into an unstable household may struggle to appropriately discipline her children because she simply never learned how, which is where Better Beginnings comes in. In addition to job skills, our job training programs teach people how to craft resumes and handle an interview, which helps them get through the intricacies and nuances of the job application process. Pre-K programs help children improve their English language skills if they grew up speaking another language at home. In 2017, we incorporated our two social ventures, Culinary Arts for Self-Sufficiency and Project Joseph, as Dignity Works. This enabled the two programs to operate with more flexibility and provided a business-facing front for their services. Because of business coming in from the community, we’ve seen these two programs blossom in the last few years. This has made it possible for us to offer the program to even more people. In 2017, 73% of program participants secured employment after completing the program. Our Capacity Building programs include some of the newest programs in the agency, like Dignity Works, and some of our most-beloved, longest-running programs, such as our neighborhood centers. We are proud of both the innovation present in these programs and the steady dedication to providing vital services year in and year out. All of this is made possible by a network of staff, supporters, and volunteers who work in close partnership with clients. Together, we’re strengthening communities and building a better future for Syracuse. n


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children participated in school-based enrichment

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children attended Pre-K

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In Syracuse, there is something of a paradox. The city suffers from an unemployment rate that’s higher than the national average, but in some employment sectors, there are many openings. The problem is that the skills of city residents don’t necessarily line up with job requirements. Our social ventures, Culinary Arts for SelfSufficiency (CASS) and Project Joseph, work to close that gap. In 2017, we incorporated our social ventures under the name Dignity Works, LLC. The separate incorporation of these social ventures enables them to operate more independently. The corporation is directed by a board of five Syracuse-area professionals. Michael Drescher, one of the board members, is excited by the opportunities presented by the new venture. “This is a model that’s new not just in Syracuse, but in the non-profit sector,”

said Michael. “We’re really on the cutting edge here.” Social ventures are businesses that seek to achieve public good while generating profit that is invested in the program or ones related to it. CASS, for example, trains people in commercial kitchen skills and catering to help them secure jobs. The program benefits from the profits of catering events. Project Joseph trains people in maintenance and carpentry, and profits from their projects help support more students. “The ultimate goal is for Dignity Works to be self-sustaining,” said Michael. “We want to accomplish our mission of job creation while also contributing profits to other programs which cannot, by their very nature, generate any profits of their own. We believe this approach will yield the best possible results for the agency and for the people we serve.” n

youth attended afterschool and summer programming

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counseled for behavioral or mental health challenges

333

served with clinical sessions to improve mental health

If you’re interested in hiring CASS for a catering event or Project Joseph for carpentry or yard maintenance, please contact us at

315-424-1800.

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VINCENT HOUSE

Conor Duncan has been a full-time

recreational programing as well as field

Jesuit Volunteer Corps staff member

trips. All told, Vincent House programs

at our Vincent House Neighborhood

reach over 100 kids every year.

Center for about a year. In that time, she’s come to appreciate the role the center plays in the community.

746

home visits to support mothers and babies

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children prepared to start kindergarten

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Maria, who’d been attending programs at Vincent House since she was five

community asset,” said Conor. “People

and had just left to spend a week at

know us as a resource and a safe

Lourdes’ Camp. “She’s really a member

place for their kids. The center started

here. She’s spent so much time here,

about 40 years ago, so you get a lot

and grown up so much that she’s really

of people who came here as kids

become a leader.”

bringing their own kids now. There’s a

Vincent House gives kids a place to

lot of legacy Vincent House kids and

establish themselves and grow with the

that’s really neat.”

support of staff. “It’s really cool to see

As After-School Program Coordinator,

kids finding their place, being active

Conor organizes many of the programs at the center. Throughout the school

members of their community. It’s a great journey to witness.”

year, the center is a preschool during the

With all those lofty goals, though,

day and hosts after-school programs for

Vincent House remains essentially what it

kids ages 5 to 12 in the afternoons. In the

always has been since it was established

summer, about 60 kids attend summer

in the 1960s. Said Conor; “It’s a great

programs that include educational and

place for kids to just be kids.” n

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Conor. She spoke of a ten-year-old girl,

“Vincent House is just such a great

support groups were offered to new mothers

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BUILDING A CULTURE OF GIVING Dear Friends, As we prepare the pages for our Annual Report, we take time to reflect on the past year. We are reminded of the individual stories of the clients we serve. We share in their struggles and triumphs, tears and joys, and we have the rare opportunity to share their stories with you. As donors and supporters of Catholic Charities of Onondaga County, you share your gifts with us throughout the year. Our Annual Report is a special way to show you what we do with those gifts. In this report, we are able to give you a glimpse into the lives of some of the people you have helped through your generosity. During the course of a year, our office receives numerous donations from individuals who support our general fund, respond to an annual appeal, make a gift to a favorite program, donate to Monthly Giving, or even give the gift of time by volunteering. We receive gifts from local Foundations who support our work and help us during the tough times when funding has been cut in crucial areas. We receive sponsorships from local corporations and individuals which help us to increase revenue and allow us to fund special events. Each gift we receive contributes in some way to improving the life of someone right here in our community who is in great need. The support you offer to Catholic Charities allows our clients to persevere during their toughest days. Your support allows our staff to provide the services our clients need on a daily basis. Your support inspires us to do our best every day because we know you are sharing this journey with us. For that we are so very grateful. On behalf of the Catholic Charities of Onondaga County Board and staff, and each of our clients, we thank you for your generosity. I encourage you to stay in touch with us by following us on Facebook, visiting our website at www.ccoc.us, and joining us at our annual House of Providence Dinner and Salt City Shaker events. Together we can continue to create hope and transform the lives of those who need us the most. Fondly, Denise Headd Chief Development Officer

On May 17, 2017, we recognized three wonderful community members at the 32nd annual House of Providence Dinner. Leola Rodgers received the Humanitarian Services Award, Larry Bousquet received the President’s Award, and Dr. Linda LeMura received the Bishop’s Award.

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WAYS TO GIVE & GET INVOLVED • MAKE AN UNRESTRICTED GIFT

• PAY TRIBUTE

Enable Catholic Charities to direct support where it is needed most

Honor special people and occasions

Unrestricted gifts allow Catholic Charities to adapt quickly to ever-changing community needs and use gifts where they are most needed.

Memorial or tribute gifts honor special people and occasions in your life while supporting Catholic Charities’ mission.

• BECOME A CATHOLIC

CHARITIES CHAMPION!

Be a Champion and join our monthly giving program! Recurring donors provide vital, stabilizing support for all of our programs. Everyone who becomes a monthly donor before September 15, 2018, will receive a pen and notebook in gratitude, two discounted tickets to the Salt City Shaker on October 18, 2018, and be entered to win free Paul DeLima coffee for a year! You can become a monthly donor online at www.ccoc.us/giving/monthly.

• GIVE FOR A SPECIAL PURPOSE Support a specific program

You can direct your gift to one of our core focus areas or designate your gift to a specific program or initiative.

• INVOLVE YOUR EMPLOYER

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• SUPPORT A SPECIAL EVENT

Participate or Sponsor

Choose to sponsor, attend, or underwrite the House of Providence Dinner or our annual Salt City Shaker.

• LEAVE A LEGACY

Make a gift that lasts beyond your lifetime

Make a planned gift or provision in your Estate Plan to meet many personal goals while protecting the future of Catholic Charities.

• VOLUNTEER

Share your time and talent

Provide critically needed volunteer service for one of our 26 programs, join one of our many volunteer committees, or consider becoming a Board member.

To learn more, contact Denise Headd at (315) 362-7528 or dheadd@ccoc.us.


HONOR ROLL OF DONORS Gifts made between January 1, 2017 December 31, 2017 The Honor Roll of Donors acknowledges the cumulative giving of all individuals and organizations that supported Catholic Charities of Onondaga County with a financial contribution during the period January 1, 2017 to December 31, 2017. Special recognition is also given to members of the 1923 Society, our premiere giving society named for the year Catholic Charities of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Syracuse was incorporated. 1923 Society members have made one or more unrestricted gifts totaling $1,000 or more annually. • Circle of Light Members have made an annual unrestricted gift of at least $10,000 • Leadership Members have made an annual unrestricted gift of at least $5,000 • Sustaining Members have made an annual unrestricted gift of at least $1,000 The publication of the honor roll is intended to publically recognize and thank all donors to Catholic Charities of Onondaga County. We have made every effort to ensure this list is comprehensive and accurate. Any errors of omission or fact should be reported to Catholic Charities’ Development Office by telephone at 315-362-7579 or mbenze@ccoc.us.

1923 Society CIRCLE OF LIGHT $10,000 and above The Allyn Foundation Mr. and Mrs. James C. Burns Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception Central New York Community Foundation, Inc. Christopher Community Inc. The Dorothy & Marshall M. Reisman Foundation P. Drescher Co., Inc. Mr. and Mrs. John H. Fennessey Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth P. Gray Dr. E. Robert Heitzman, Jr. The Howard A. Drescher Foundation The Jesuits at Le Moyne, Inc. The John Ben Snow Foundation, Inc. Ms. Mary C. McGreal Pope John XXIII Roman Catholic Church Rosalie J. and C. Daniel Maldari Family Charitable Foundation SEFCU Skaneateles Vincent House Guild

LEADERSHIP $5,000-$9,999 Alden Street Foundation, Inc. The Bank of America Charitable Foundation Callahan Dee Family Foundation Church of the Immaculate Conception CR Fletcher Associates Ms. Caitlin Eger Excellus BlueCross BlueShield Give With Liberty Employee Donations Green Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. Hausladen Holy Cross Church Jim and Juli Boeheim Foundation Le Moyne College The M&T Charitable Foundation Morgan Stanley NBT Bank Rich & Gardner Construction Co. The Roman Catholic Diocese of Syracuse (Continued on page 14)

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1923 Society SUSTAINING $1,000-$4,999 Barclay Damon LLP Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Barno Reverend Monsignor Ronald C. Bill Bonadio & Co., LLP Bond, Schoeneck & King PLLC Bousquet Holstein PLLC Bristol-Myers Squibb Mr. and Mrs. William B. Burns, Jr. C&S Companies Mr. and Mrs. John H. Callahan Mr. Richard Camaione Mr. and Mrs. R. Michael Campbell Mr. and Mrs. Todd J. Caputo Dr. and Mrs. Ronald P. Caputo Mr. and Mrs. James T. Carrick Ms. Felicia M. Castricone Catholic Charities of the Roman Catholic Diocese Catholic Schools Office Centerstate CEO Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Charles Christian Brothers Academy The Church of St. Michael and St. Peter Mr. and Mrs. Francis C. Cichy Dr. and Mrs. Armand J. Cincotta Community Health Foundation of Western and Central New York Mr. and Mrs. James B. Connors, Jr. Cowley Associates, Inc. Dr. Peter J. Cronkright and Dr. Judith A. Setla Mr. and Mrs. Michael M. Crough Mr. and Mrs. Michael Curry Mr. Christopher Curry and Dr. Heidi Beverine-Curry Ms. Patricia A. Derycke Mr. and Mrs. Robert Doucette Elmcrest Children’s Center Mr. and Mrs. John M. Endries Mr. and Mrs. Alec Englehart Eric Mower + Associates, Inc. F.J. Pompo & Company, PC Reverend Monsignor Charles J. Fahey Fallingbrook Associates LLC Mr. and Mrs. Steven Ford Foundation of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Syracuse Frank and Frances Revoir Foundation

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Fust Charles Chambers, LLP Mr. and Mrs. Roger Garner The GE Foundation Mr. and Mrs. George E. Gelsomin The Gifford Foundation Mr. Dennis G. Gleason Mr. John Godwin Mr. and Mrs. Christopher J. Gorman Mr. Ben Green Ms. Melissa Griffith Hancock Estabrook LLP Harbridge Consulting Group Dr. Teresa Hargrave Henry A Panasci Jr. Charitable Trust Dr. Richard T. Hezel and Dr. Janice Hezel The Ironman Foundation J.W. Burns & Company, Inc. Mr. Patrick J. Johnston Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Kemper Ms. Anne M. Kemper KeyBank Kinney Drugs Foundation Mr. John Kirsch and Dr. Marcia Kirsch L. & J.G. Stickley Incorporated Mackenzie Hughes LLP Reverend Frederick R. Mannara Marriott Syracuse Downtown Ms. Carol Marsella Mr. and Mrs. John and Candace Marsellus Mr. and Mrs. Gerald J. Mathews Ms. Joyce F. McDermott Dr. and Mrs. Michael B. McGrath Mr. Daniel A. McMahon Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Meath Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Melara Mr. and Mrs. Daniel and Kathleen Mezzalingua Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Minieri Mr. Edward J. Moses, Esq. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence J. Mulhern William M. Murphy and Kathleen M. Murphy Murphy and Nolan Inc. Mr. and Mrs. John J. Murphy III National Grid National Philanthropic Trust Northland Communications The North Country Chapter of Euphrates at St. Lawrence University

Mr. Thomas C. O’Connor Mr. and Mrs. Anthony S. Oliva The Oncenter Pathfinder Bank Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Peckham Mr. and Mrs. Mark and Renee Pitonzo The Pluff Hooley Group Mr. and Mrs. Edward Poplawski PurEnergy Management Services, LLC Mr. Frank B. Reith Mr. Peter E. Rhodes Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Russell Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Russo Mr. and Mrs. Roger J. Schafer Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Schiro Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T. Scuderi Mr. and Mrs. Walter O. Shepard Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John P. Sindoni SRC, Inc. St. Joseph’s Hospital Health Center Foundation St. Lucy’s Church Syracuse Zonta Foundation, Inc. Syracuse Community Health Center TOPS Markets United HealthCare Services, Inc. Usherwood Office Technology Vintage Management LLC Visual Technologies Corporation Visual Display Innovations Mr. Christopher Vitale C. Brian Walton and Ellen Golden Wegmans Food Markets, Inc. Welch Allyn, Inc. Widewaters Hotels Group LLC Wilmington Trust, N.A.


Tribute Gifts Lydia Rose Andrews Ms. Frances Warmerdam AQ Syracuse Office #PA hopefuls Ms. Anne DeLaat Msgr. Ronald Bill’s 60th Anniversary Church of the Immaculate Conception Larry Bousquet Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Giacobbi Ms. M. Catherine Richardson Mrs. Patricia A. Curtin Ms. Susan Horn The Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception Staff Reverend Monsignor Neal E. Quartier Catholic Charities Development Team Mrs. Mary Kay Musyt Catholic Charities Volunteers Mr. and Mrs. Henry Q. Centore Cathy Considine Ms. Margaret West Thomas J. Corcoran Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Peckham Gerry Cornell’s Retirement Irby Utilities Carol Dawson Ms. Jessica Mongeon Jim Deegan Ms. Mary P. Horan

Memorial Gifts Phylicia Latorre Mr. Julius Latorre and Ms. Carmela Aclan Mrs. and Dr. Perla Marasigan Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. Kanerviko Mr. and Mrs. David Maclachlan Dr. and Mrs. Michael Makayan Ms. Muriel Bodley Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dorsey Ms. Denise Dougherty Vinal Mr. John Godwin Mr. Ramzi Khairallah and Ms. Grace Akl Mr. and Mrs. Mark Matheson Ms. Mary Reuter Dr. and Mrs. Rajeev Saini Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Taffner Dr. Maira Ziemba Ms. Tracy Wendt Mr. Zac Kinnally Ms. Ebeneza Oliverio Ms. Mary Ellen Oyer Dr. Linda LeMura Mr. Peter J. Dilaura Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Giacobbi Ms. M. Catherine Richardson Msgr Jim O’Brien Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jahnige Marilyn Patrick Mr. and Mrs. Jack and Kara Stauffer Ruth Peckham Kathryn Lindsey and Dan Kubdset Nancy Scherer Ms. Margaret West

Timothy J. Fennell Ms. JoAnne Miner

Dick and Kathy Schwanke 51st Wedding Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. Schwanke

James Fleury Dr. and Mrs. Stephen Fleury

Cynthia Shanahan Ms. Melissa Griffith

Kathy Giblin Mr. and Mrs. Wes Weiss

Jules Gibbs and Bruce Smith Ms. Ellen Creaghead

Michelle Haas Ms. Kathleen Coughlin

Carter Strickland, Esq. Mr. Edward J. Moses, Esq.

Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Holdridge Paul Twardy

Elaine Toth Ms. Marisa Freeden

Natalie Kinsella for Mother’s Day Ms. Wendy Kinsella

Beth Walsh & Family Mr. and Mrs. Andrew W. Olson Martha Winterton Mr. Gary Thompson

Gloria Anson Mr. Michael A. Campbell C. Lynne Balogh Mr. Julius W. Balogh Lucy, Stefan & Roman Baranski Reverend Andrew Baranski Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Bishop Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Bishop James Boardman Ms. Mary M. Czelusniak Robert Boulware Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Boulware Robert P. Bushnell Ms. Sharon Steinmetz Jack and Trecy Callahan Mr. and Mrs. Timothy G. Callahan Camardo Family Mr. Vincent J. Camardo Lorraine Carini Ms. Donna Carini Lucien Carriere Ms. Alice Carriere Tara Causgrove Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Lawson Ms. Mary Ruth Beers Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bryant Ms. Elizabeth D. Causgrove Mr. and Mrs. Jason Cirulli Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cronk Ms. Alaina Donegan Mr. and Mrs. James S. Garvey Ms. Laura Greenhalgh Dr. Teresa Hargrave Ms. Caitlin Healey Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hodell Ms. Taisa Jenkins Jesse C. Kolodin Ms. Maria Malagisi Ms. Rachel May Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Nicholas Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pallo Ms. Rachael Robertson Mr. Jake Rossen Ms. Helen Scott Malina Mr. and Mrs. Peter Swords Ms. Elaine Walter Ms. Amanda Webster Mr. and Mrs. Travis White Mr. and Mrs. John Willies Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Fuller (Continued on page 16)

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Memorial Gifts Frances Coyne Mr. W. Carroll Coyne Sarah Coyne Mr. W. Carroll Coyne Alfonse and Mary Damico Mr. J. David Damico Mrs. Frances D’Amico Mr. Vincent J. Camardo Mr. and Mrs. Domenico D’Angelo Mr. and Mrs. Anthony W. D’Angelo Dorothy (Dodie) Dee Mr. and Mrs. John J. Dee Mr. and Mrs. John W. Rade Jim Deegan Mrs. Therese A. Deegan DeLuca Family Members Mr. Vincent J. Camardo William J. Drescher Sr. Ms. Mary Ellen Drescher Mary “Mimi” Dwyer Mr. and Mrs. Jason Cirulli Bill Family Reverend Monsignor Ronald C. Bill Gaiss Family Members Mr. and Mrs. Ralph F. Gaiss Michael Gallagher Ms. Charmaine Jones Antonio Giampaolo Ms. Rosanna Giampaolo Girard Family Members Mr. and Mrs. Jack Girard Audrey Gleason Mr. Dennis G. Gleason Sonia Godwin Jocelyn S. Ahmed Elsa and Hernando Arandia Mr. Michael Becker Sol C. Cea-Perez Barry Christensen Mr. and Mrs. Douglas L. Christensen Scott Claflin Ms. Filomena A. Dalope Grace P. Delfierro Ms. Patricia Galien Mr. John Godwin Ms. Charmaine Jones Mr. and Mrs. Carl and Marcia Lloyd Dr. and Mrs. Michael Makayan

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Mrs. and Dr. Perla Marasigan Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Maroney Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Melara Julia M. Santiago Mr. David G. Schraven Mr. and Mrs. John P. Sindoni Evangeline and Christopher Smyrniotis Marilou B. Songco Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Taylor Gemma B. Valdes Erlinda P. Vidal John M. Graham Mr. and Mrs. Marc Battaglia Ms. Elaine M. Briceland Mr. David Cost Mr. and Mrs. Jamese Coughlin Mr. G. Thomas Crombach Mr. and Mrs. David J. Demarchi Mr. and Mrs. Peter Fallon Mrs. and Mr. Carol A. Graham Mr. and Mrs. Mark Graham Mr. and Mrs. Michael Graham Mr. and Mrs. David Kinyon Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Lebediker Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lombardi Mr. George Lopez Ms. Susan Moran Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nicholson Mr. and Mrs. George Niessing Mr. and Mrs. John Pardee Ms. Dorothy Renehan Mr. and Mrs. Mark Ryan Ms. Deborah Samuel Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Schoonover Ms. Carol Spartano Ms. Martha Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Mark Walker Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Walsh C. Brian Walton and Ellen Golden Mr. and Mrs. James Werner Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wright Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wurtz Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Zarpentine

Bill Johnson Ms. Margaret M. Johnson Kalevati “Kelo” Kalevati Ms. Patricia A. Peach John Keefe Mr. James Burkhard Joan Kelser Mr. and Mrs. Craig Goetzmann Jerome F. Kemblowski Ms. Lee Dreamer Bernard Lawler Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Lowenberg Nancy Lawson Mr. and Mrs. John Mariani Mary Laywer Spano Mr. James S. Spano Jane Lostumbo Ms. Virginia Lostumbo Edward & Elise Martin Ms. Patty Radell Margaret and Grover McNulty Mrs. Martha J. Cuddy Fanny Milazzo Mr. Richard A. Milazzo Shirley Moran Mr. Francis L. Moran Bonnie and Lee Morin Ms. Bobette Morin Patrick J Myers Deborah C. Colt Margaret Napolitano Kilmer Ms. Karen K. Regitano

John Haley T. John Haley

Daniel O’Keefe Mrs. Deborah L. Geiss Julie G. Higgins Nottingham Residents Forum Sisters of St. Joseph Blessed Sacrament Convent

Edward Hart Mr. and Mrs. David Moulton

Edward J. Osada Mrs. Mary J. Osada

Michelle Hass Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. McGrath

William F. Patrick Mr. William M. Patrick

Suzanne S. Honold Dr. David J. Honold

Jessica Prezpiora Perrera Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Grosso

Loretta Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Dale E. Mecomber

Perrin Family Members Mr. and Mrs. Jack Girard


Donors Vittorio Perrotta Antoinette Perrotta Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pitonzo Mr. and Mrs. Mark and Renee Pitonzo Bryan Place Ms. Maureen E. Hanley Ms. Ellen T. McNeill Mr. and Mrs. Steven F. Ricca Ms. Theresa Sanders Ms. Theresa A. Sanders Carol Porter Mr. Edward J. Moses, Esq. W. Ted Purtell Mr. Paul H. Young Paul Timothy Quinn Dr. and Mrs. C. Barry Quinn James Read Ms. Mary Austin Ms. Mary C. Burgess Mr. and Mrs. William Colborn Ladies Auxiliary Mattydale VFW Post 3146, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Michael McCarthy Ms. Barbara Pfefferle Ms. Renee A. Pickard Ms. Marlene Snow and Ms. Patricia Bailey Mr. and Mrs. Carlo J. Warner Michele Regitano Minogue Ms. Karen K. Regitano Kathleen “Kay” Rupprecht Ms. Ellen C. Booth Mr. and Mrs. Brian Carroll CBRE Syracuse Central New York State Nursery & Landscape Association Mr. Richmond Depeyster Talbot Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Steven Eckler Mr. and Mrs. Gary G. Gasparini Ms. Susan Glanz Mr. Robert W. Kawa Mr. and Mrs. James Kiernan III Ms. Gelene Lewis Mr. and Mrs. John D. Marsellus Ms. Maureen McGinley Teresa McVea Ms. Martha M. Ours Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Ms. Clare Phelan Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Phelan, Jr.

Mr. Timothy M. Pratt KC Reinard Mr. and Mrs. John Stachniewicz Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sunheimer Mr. and Mrs. George Surace Ms. Catherine Upwood Mr. and Mrs. Jim Weaver Dennis F. Ryan Mr. and Mrs. Dennis F. Ryan Edward M. Ryan Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Ryan James Scheutzow Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Giacobbi Barbara Bierman Sharkey Patricia A. Van Auken Rina Shea Ms. Sandra L. Shea Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Sindoni Mr. and Mrs. Mark and Renee Pitonzo Regina Smith Ms. Margaret M. Johnson Rev. Robert B. Stephenson Mrs. Mary J. Osada Ann Tobin Dr. and Mrs. Nicholas M. Ricciardi Mrs. Julia Tomazin Mr. and Mrs. Anthony W. D’Angelo Robert F. Toole, Sr. Mrs. Patricia Toole Msgr. Toomey Mrs. Mary Ellen McDonald Edwin & Anna Urtz Ms. Katherine Abbey Kees van Warmerdam Ms. Frances Warmerdam Hendrikus van Kesteren Mrs. Lucerne van Kesteren Jim Young Mr. and Mrs. James P. Maloney

$500-$999 Mr. Stephen Aiken All Saints Church ARC of Onondaga County Bank of New York Mellon Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Baron Mrs. Susan Berry-Mancini Mr. and Mrs. Sean Branagan Ms. Margaret Byrne Ms. Janet D. Callahan Central New York Services Chicago Title Insurance Services Company LLC Mr. George Chrisogonou Mr. Christopher W. Cipro Commercial & Residential Painting, Inc. Ms. Elaine Coppola Mr. Christopher Cosco Mr. W. Carroll Coyne Crouse Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. Daly Dermody, Burke & Brown, CPAs, LLC Mr. Peter J. Dilaura Mr. Mark L. Dunn Mr. and Mrs. Samuel H. Ebersole Exelon Corporation Dr. and Mrs. Alfred Falcone Mr. and Mrs. Robert and Judith Falcone Mr. and Mrs. Thomas V. Fiscoe Mr. and Mrs. Daniel P. Fletcher Mr. David A. Furman Mr. Carl Germain Ms. Julie C. Gibbs Dr. and Mrs. Murray Grossman Mr. Charles Guest Mr. Theodore C. Hansen Mr. and Mrs. David G. Hardy Reverend Dennis Hayes Mr. and Mrs. Peter and Denise Headd Ms. Gail A. Hefferon Dr. and Mrs. John K. Henneberry Mr. Stephen Hickey Mr. and Mrs. Will Hier Hueber-Breuer Construction Company IBM Corporation INFICON, Inc. Instride Sports LLC Insurance Auto Auctions Irby Utilities Mr. and Mrs. Steven and Elaine Jacobs Mr. and Mrs. Hani Khouri Kitty Hoynes Irish Pub Koolakian’s Menswear Mr. Julius Latorre and Ms. Carmela Aclan (Continued on page 18)

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Donors Mr. and Mrs. Michael Loftus Dr. and Mrs. James A. Longo Dr. Charles Lutz and Dr. Barbara Lutz Mr. William Lynn Mr. Paul D. Madden Mr. Anthony Malavenda Mr. and Mrs. Patrick A. Mannion Mark Antony Contracting, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. John D. Marshall Reverend James D. Mathews Mr. and Mrs. Mark E. McAnaney Mr. R. Daniel McCarthy Mr. and Mrs. Ryan McDermott Mrs. Mary Ellen McDonald Mr. and Mrs. Michael McKean Mr. Adam Miller MKS Industries Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Julian B. Modesti, Esq. Mohawk Global Logistics Ms. Atsede Negussey Mr. and Mrs. Francis T. Nichols Mr. and Mrs. Warren and Mary Nolan Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. O’Hara Mr. Elvis Osmanovic Mr. William M. Patrick Pioneer Companies Reverend Monsignor Neal E. Quartier Rappazzo Living Trust Mr. Douglas J. Reicher and Ms. Camille Tisdel Rita L. Reicher Ph.D. Dr. and Mrs. Nicholas M. Ricciardi Reverend Richard Riccioli OFM Conv. River Valley Foods, Inc. Road to Emmaus Ministry of Syracuse Inc. Sisters of St. Francis of the Neumann Communities Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Slavik Mr. and Mrs. James R. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Smith Mr. Laurence F. Sovik Mr. James S. Spano St. Charles-St. Ann Church

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Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Teich, Jr. The MOST Mr. Gregory R. Thornton Mr. and Mrs. Theodore A. Trespasz, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Trump Tucker Missionary Baptist Church Verizon Foundation Ms. Hope Wallis

$100-$499 Ms. Katherine Abbey Mr. Christopher Abbott Mr. and Mrs. James H. Abbott Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Agen Mr. Richard Ageyibor Mr. Douglas Ahlsen Ms. Jeanne Albanese and Mr. Christopher Centore Anaren Microwave, Inc. Mr. Gary Anastasio Ms. Kathryn Anderson Mr. Robert Antonacci Mr. Manuel Ares ARISE Incorporated Ms. Carol A. Arman Dr. and Mrs. Robert J. Ashenburg Ms. Deborah Ashmore Mr. Thaddeus J. Astemborski AXA Equitable B R Johnson, LLC Mr. James C. Baglio Mr. and Mrs. John F. Baichi William L. Balduf, Esq. Mr. Julius W. Balogh Mr. Allen Banick Reverend Andrew Baranski Bell Tenant Champions Mr. John J. Bellardini Mr. and Mrs. Chester N. Benoit Mr. Walter F. Benson and Ms. Katherine A. Cogswell Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bernat Ms. Carrie Berse Mr. and Mrs. Dana F. Bigelow Cindy and Dan Bird Bishop Grimes Mr. James L. Boardman Mr. and Mrs. Timothy J. Bobo Ms. Ellen C. Booth

Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Boulware Ms. Randi K. Bregman and Mr. Theodore R. Gottbrecht Ms. Joanna Brooks Mr. Charles A. Buckley The Honorable William J. Burke Bridget Buttner Byrne, Costello & Pickard, P.C. C.T. Male Associates Mr. and Mrs. Timothy G. Callahan Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Cambareri Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Campbell Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Cappuccilli Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Capra Ms. Donna Carini Mr. Thomas Carlin Christian Carter Mr. Joseph E. Cassant, Jr. Catholic Cemeteries CBRE Syracuse The Honorable James Cecile and The Honorable Julie Cecile Central New York State Nursery & Landscape Association Mr. and Mrs. J. Carlos Cervantes Mr. and Mrs. William A. Chambers Mr. Barry Christensen Mr. and Mrs. Jason Cirulli Mr. and Mrs. William Colborn Mr. and Mrs. Jess Collen Ms. Katherine Collins Mr. Russell S. Cooper Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. Costa Mr. and Mrs. James P. Costello Mr. and Mrs. Peter Costello Ms. Kathleen Coughlin Mr. and Mrs. Gary H. Craner Ms. Ellen Creaghead Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cronk Mrs. Martha J. Cuddy Mr. Dennis Cudzilo Mrs. Patricia A. Curtin Ms. Mary M. Czelusniak Mr. James A. D’Amico

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony W. D’Angelo Ms. Filomena A. Dalope Colleen Deacon Mr. and Mrs. John J. Dee Mrs. Therese A. Deegan Ms. Anne DeLaat Daniel DeMauro Mr. Richmond Depeyster Talbot Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John H. DeRosia Mr. Peter L. Derrenbacker Digital Analysis Corporation Ms. Rosemarie DiMento Ms. Joanne DiPaulo Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. Discenza Ms. Mary Ann Dobe Dr. and Mrs. Daniel L. Dombroski Ms. Alaina Donegan Mrs. Mary Ann Donnelly Downtown Dental Syracuse PC Ms. Mary Ellen Drescher Mr. Michael Drescher Mr. and Mrs. Peter and Brigid Dunn Family Fund Ms. Joyce Early Eastern Managed Print Network Mr. and Mrs. William F. Edwards Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Eron Mr. and Mrs. Ernest J. Etoll Mr. Michael J. Fabisiak Faculty Student Association of CCC Fayetteville-Manlius CSD High School Activities Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Flanagan Food Bank of Central New York Ms. Christa Foster Mr. and Mrs. Eugene amd Tracy Franchini Frank H. Hiscock Legal Aid Society Mr. and Mrs. Michael Fuller Dr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Gaffney Mr. and Mrs. Ralph F. Gaiss Mrs. Caryn Galusha Mr. Michael Gambuzza Mrs. Catherine A. Garvey Mr. and Mrs. Gary G. Gasparini


Mr. Patrick Geloff Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Giacobbi Mr. James F. Gill Mr. Salvatore Giordano Mr. Carmen Giunta Ms. Susan Glanz Mr. and Mrs. Paul S. Goggi Jr. Dennis Goldmann Ms. Margaret A. Gorham Ms. Sonja E. Gottbrecht and Mr. Corey Johns Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Grabowski Mr. and Mrs. Michael Graham Graham, Newton & McMahon, Inc. Ms. Brenda Greenfield Ms. Laura Greenhalgh Ms. Lisa M. Greenia Mr. and Ms. Michael Greenlar Mr. and Mrs. Raymond V. Grimaldi Grossman St. Amour CPAs Ms. Alice M. Hahn Mrs. Jean S. Haley Mr. and Mrs. Daniel M. Halsey Lt. Jonathan Hamblin Ms. Joy L. Hammond Dr. and Mrs. William P. Hannan Mr. Mark A. Harbaugh Mr. John P. Haritatos Mr. and Mrs. Derrick Harris Dr. and Mrs. Donald M. Haswell Mrs. Diane M. Heaphy Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Hefti Dr. Richard L. Hehir Ms. Mary Jane Hennigan Mr. and Mrs. Carl W. Hibbard, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hillman Holy Family Church David J. Honold, M.D. Honorable William B. Magnarelli Hopeprint Inc. Ms. Susan Horn Mr. and Mrs. Martin L. Hubbard Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Huber Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Hubert

Mr. Christopher T. Hucko Mr. Donald Hughes Mr. and Mrs. James A. Hughes Human Development Committee of St. Mary’s Hummel’s Office Plus Frances Hunter Mr. Steven Indrick Mr. Richard Ingraham Mr. Nick Irvine Mr. and Mrs. Steven L. Jacobs Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jahnige Kristin Jankowski Ms. Taisa Jenkins Ms. Helen H. Jennings Ms. Charmaine Jones Ms. Rosamma Joseph Nancy FreeboroughKaczmar, D.V.M. Rodney Kaiser Mr. Robert W. Kawa Ms. Joan P. Kearney Mr. Joseph W. Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Kelly Mr. Richard P. Kelly Mr. Thomas Scott Kelso, Jr. Michael J. Kendrick, M.D. Mr. Ramzi Khairallah and Ms. Grace Akl Mr. Robert E. Kick, Sr. Ms. Wendy Kinsella Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kirk Knights of Columbus Council 12035 KS&R, Inc. Mr. Daniel Kveselis and Ms. Eileen Roach Mr. and Mrs. Michael and Sharon Kyle Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Lalley Reverend Monsignor James P. Lang Mr. Paul R. Lanni Mr. Mark LaRue Ms. Mary Burns Lascaris Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Lawson Mr. Jeremy Lebediker Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Lebediker Mr. and Mrs. James Ledwith Meghan Leonardis Ms. Joan M. Leskoske Kathryn Lindsey and Dan Kubdset

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lombardi Ms. Elizabeth V. Long Mr. George Lopez Ms. Virginia Lostumbo Lourdes Camp Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Lowery Jr. Mr. Raymond G. Luber M. Walker Sprinkler Co. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel D. Magaro MAK Consultants Dr. and Mrs. Michael Makayan Ms. Maria Malagisi Mr. and Mrs. Robin Malloy Mr. and Mrs. James P. Maloney Mr. Peter M. Mannella Mr. John F.X. Mannion and The Honorable Stephanie Miner Ms. Lorraine Manzella Mrs. and Dr. Perla Marasigan Mr. and Mrs. John Mariani Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Maroney Mr. and Mrs. James F. Marquardt Mr. and Mrs. John D. Marsellus Ms. Geri Marx Mr. William H. Maxwell Mr. and Mrs. John P. McAuliffe Mr. Thomas McCaffery Ms. Maureen McGinley Ms. Elizabeth J. McHugh Mr. and Mrs. Frederick J. McManus, Sr. Ms. Ellen T. McNeill Mr. and Mrs. Robert and Elaine Mearon Mr. Carl A. Mellor Ms. Courtney Merriman Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Messere Mr. and Mrs. Matthew J. Militello Ms. Katharine O’Connell Mr. Francis L. Moran Mr. Daniel Morgan Ms. Bobette Morin Mr. and Mrs. David Moulton Dr. Micere G. Mugo Mr. and Mrs. William L. Murphy Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. Jason Murray Mr. Stephen R. Nagen Mr. and Mrs. Kevin S. Neary New York State United Teachers Retirees of Central New York Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Nicholas Mr. Scott M. Nickerson Northeast Area of Family Motorcoach Assoc. Nottingham Residents Forum Reverend Monsignor James T. O’Brien Mr. and Mrs. Jerome O’Callaghan Mr. Bradley O’Connor Mr. William J. O’Connor Mr. and Mrs. J. Gerald O’Hern Ms. Ebeneza Oliverio P.E.A.C.E., Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Page Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pallo Deacon and Mrs. Anthony Paratore Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. Pasinski Ms. Patricia A. Peach Mrs. Joanne S. Pettit Mrs. Rose M. Pinkasewicz Mr. and Mrs. David L. Piper Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Polosky Mr. and Mrs. James Poole, Jr. Mr. Paul Postell Mr. Thomas Powell Ms. Laura Powers Mr. Timothy M. Pratt Ms. Nancy R. Preston Thomas D. Preston Mr. Rodney W. Putnam Pyramid Brokerage Companies Ms. Patty Radell Ms. Karen K. Regitano Ms. Deirdre Reidy Resurrected Tattoo LLC Ms. Georganne Reynolds Ms. M. Catherine Richardson Mr. Thomas Rinefierd Dr. and Mrs. Leo A. Roberge Ms. Rachael Robertson (Continued on page 20)

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Donors $100-$499 Ms. Leola Rodgers Mr. and Mrs. Stephen J. Romano, Sr. Ronald J. Ciricillo Property Account Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Roos Mr. Ray E. Rosenberger Mr. Kevin Russell Dr. and Mrs. Mark and Karrie Russo Mr. and Mrs. Dennis F. Ryan Mr. and Mrs. Mark Ryan Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Ryan Ms. Tia R. Sales Ms. Alisa R. Salibra Julia M. Santiago Lillian Scaia Dr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Scalzo Robert L. Scheer, M.D. Mr. Charles M. Scheftic Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Schug Ms. Helen Scott Malina The Honorable and Mrs. Frederick J. Scullin Reverend Christopher R. Seibt Ms. Patricia A. Sharpe Mrs. Amy Kurtz Skelding Ms. Judith A. Skelton Mr. and Mrs. Carl D. Smith Mrs. Catherine T. Smith Mr. Daniel Smothergill Evangeline and Christopher Smyrniotis Solid Cactus Cares Fund of The Luzerne Foundation Marilou B. Songco Mr. Christopher M. Spurchise Mr. and Mrs. Duncan N. St. Croix St. James Church St. Joseph’s Church St. Margaret’s Church Ms. Mary Stapleton Mr. Robert P. Steves Ms. Joyce E. Stores Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Sweeney Mr. Francis J. Swierk Mr. and Mrs. Peter Swords Syracuse Exterminating Mr. Roman Szul

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T.H. Kinsella Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Tamburro Mr. and Mrs. Peter and Margaret Tassini Ms. Sheila J. Taugher and Ms. Sarah G. Merrick TD Ameritrade Clearing The Horowitch Family Foundation The Kula Foundation The T. Rowe Price Program for Charitable Giving The United Methodist Church of Fayetteville Ms. Marianne A. Thibault Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Thomas Ms. Maureen Thompson Ms. Suzanne Thornton Mr. Victor M. Tice Tipperary Hill Athletic Club Toomey Residential & Community Services Mr. and Mrs. David Towers Merike Treier Ms. Kathleen A. Tynan Gemma B. Valdes Ms. Autumn B. Vanderveer Mr. Derek M. Vargas Michael J. Vavonese, Esq. Erlinda P. Vidal Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Vinette Ms. Diane Waldon Ms. Lindsay Weichert Ms. Deborah Welch Mr. Christopher J. Welter Mr. and Mrs. James Werner Mr. Roger T. Whelan Whelan & Curry Construction Services, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Garrett P. Wiggers Ms. Ann V. William Ms. Juanita Perez Williams Mr. Steven W. Williams Mr. and Mrs. John Willies Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas and Catherine Willson Mr. Richard A. Wittenburg, Esq. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Yandon Rev. Msgr. Eugene M. Yennock Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Young

$99 and Under Jocelyn S. Ahmed Jackie Alnwiran Elsa and Hernando Arandia Kristen Armstrong Ms. Mary Austin Mr. and Mrs. John and Nancy Bandoblu The Honorable and Mrs. John J. Barrett Elizabeth N. Bates Mr. and Mrs. Marc and Katie Battaglia Mr. and Mrs. Henry and Helga Beck Mr. Michael Becker Ms. Mary Ruth Beers Mr. and Mrs. Hans and Margaret Benze Mr. and Mrs. David Bidwell Mr. Michael Bierbryer Mr. and Mrs. David and Carol Binsley Ms. Cynthia Bishop Mr. and Mrs. Joseph and Marsha Bishop Ms. Muriel Bodley Mr. Miles M. Bottrill Ms. Joyce A. Bowes Mr. James Brennan Ms. Elaine M. Briceland Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Brooks Michael Brown Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bryant Ms. Mary C. Burgess Mr. James Burkhard Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Burns, Jr. Anders Butler Ms. Ann R. Byrne Mr. Vincent J. Camardo Ms. Margaret A. Campese Ms. Alice Carriere Mr. and Mrs. Brian Carroll Mr. Thatcher Carter Mr. and Mrs. Edward and Sarah Castilano Ms. Sarah Castilano Ms. Elizabeth D. Causgrove Sol C. Cea-Perez Mr. and Mrs. Henry Q. Centore Mrs. Matilda M. Chiarmonte Mr. Gerald Chmielewski

Sherman Chottiner Mr. and Mrs. Douglas L. Christensen Ms. Roberta A. Cifaratta Scott Claflin Ms. Jeanne Clarke Ms. Linda Colianni Ms. Patricia L. Collins Deborah C. Colt Mr. Michael Colucy Mr. Frederick J. Constance Mr. and Mrs. James R. Conway Mrs. Catherine Cornue Mr. David Cost Mr. and Mrs. Jamese Coughlin Ms. Barbara Cox Mr. G. Thomas Crombach Ms. Marilyn Crosby Dr. and Mrs. John J. Cucinotta Ms. Laura Cuff Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Cummings Ms. Margaret Czarniewicz Mr. and Mrs. Thomas V. Dadey Martha Davis Grace P. Delfierro Mr. and Mrs. David J. Demarchi Ms. Lena DeSantis Ms. Annabelle Dickinson and Ms. Mary Lou Dickinson Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Dienst Mr. and Mrs. Craig Doby Mrs. Anne B. Doherty Ms. Linda Dombrow Mr. and Mrs. Timothy M. Donaghue Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dorsey Mr. Robert K. Dougherty Ms. Denise Dougherty Vinal Ms. Lee Dreamer Ms. Dianne M. Duerr Ms. Bridget Dunn Mr. and Mrs. Steven Eckler Mrs. Kathleen Edwards Ms. Mary E. Egan Mr. William Epolito Ms. Emily Essi Mr. and Mrs. Peter Fallon Mr. John A. Farnach


Ms. Rachel Fedders Ms. Patricia Field Ms. Margaret Finnegan Mr. Lawrence O. Fletcher Dr. and Mrs. Stephen Fleury Ms. Grace Flusche Ms. Wendy Flynn Mr. Mark Forbes Ms. Marisa Freeden Ms. Antoinette Gaffney Ms. Patricia Galien Ms. Sarah Gambell Mr. John K. Gardner Ms. Kathleen Garofalo Mr. and Mrs. James S. Garvey Mrs. Deborah L. Geiss Mr. and Mrs. Vincent and Anita Genecco Ms. Maureen Getman Ms. Rosanna Giampaolo Mr. John J. Gibson Mr. and Mrs. James E. Gillen, Jr. Ms. Karen Gillette Mr. and Mrs. Jack and Lois Girard Mr. and Mrs. Craig Goetzmann Mrs. Rosemary Gorman Mrs. Elizabeth M. Grady Mr. and Mrs. John and Carol Graham Mr. and Mrs. Mark Graham Nancy Grant Mr. and Mrs. Richard Green Ms. Karly Grifasi Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Grosso Ms. Deborah S. Haines Ms. Maureen E. Hanley Mr. and Mrs. Jerry and Helen Hans Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Hargraves Ms. Jane M. Hastedt Lyn M. Hathaway Judge Leo Hayes Ms. Cynthia Haythe Ms. Caitlin Healey Mrs. Margaret M. Hennigan Ms. Lorraine Henry Mrs. Dorthea Hetnar Julie G. Higgins Mr. David Hines Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hodell Mr. James Hoey Mr. Brian P. Hoke Ms. Mary P. Horan

Mr. Charles F. Horton Ms. Tracy Hotaling Ms. Linda M. Houseman Mr. George J. Hunter Mr. and Mrs. Tino and Phyllis Imbesi Sister Elizabeth John Ms. Margaret M. Johnson Ms. Roberta Jones Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. Kanerviko Mr. and Mrs. Thomas and Michaela Kelly Ms. Evelyn Kennenwood Mr. and Mrs. James Kiernan III Mr. Zac Kinnally Mr. and Mrs. David Kinyon Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Klein Reverend Thomas P. Kobuszewski Mr. and Mrs. Barry R. Kogut Jesse C. Kolodin Mr. Allan Kolsky and Ms. Ellen Somers Mr. Gordon Kotars Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth and Kathleen Kotwas Ms. Christine Kratz Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Kring Ladies Auxiliary Mattydale VFW Post 3146, Inc Cindy Lannie Ms. and Mr. JoAnn Larkin Mr. and Mrs. David A. Lasda Dinh Le Ms. Gelene Lewis Valerie A. Lewis Ms. Lianne Liberatore Ms. Barbara Lindenmayer Mr. and Mrs. Carl and Marcia Lloyd Mr. Greg Loh Ms. Mary Kate Lonergan Miss Maryanne Lorenz Mr. and Mrs. Richard and Kathryn Lowenberg Ms. Donna Lysak Ms. Joyce Mabhena Mr. and Mrs. David Maclachlan Dorothy C. Macneil Mr. Andy Mager Ms. Denise Mahns Ms. Catherine M. Mai Mr. and Mrs. William Maksut Reverend Kevin Maloney

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mangine Ms. Mary Ann Mannara Ms. Toni Martin Masters Supply LLC Ms. Yolanda Matarazzo Mrs. Frances H. Matejek Mr. and Mrs. Mark Matheson Ms. Rachel May Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth McAndrew Ms. Mary S. McArdle Mr. and Mrs. William H. McAvoy, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Michael McCarthy Mrs. Mary McGrath Mrs. June McLaughlin Ms. Allison McMahon Teresa McVea Mr. and Mrs. Dale and Ginny Mecomber Ms. Mary Louise Merle Mr. and Mrs. Philip M. Merrill Ms. Helen F. Mierzwa Mr. Richard A. Milazzo Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Millane Mr. and Mrs. Donald and Sarah Miller Mr. Edwin Miller Ms. JoAnne Miner Ms. Mary Mol Ms. Jessica Mongeon Ms. Susan Moran Mr. John G. Moreland Ms. Karen Muldowney Mr. Josh Murauskas Ms. Mary Kay Musyt Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Nappa Ms. Judith Nemecek Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nicholson Mr. and Mrs. George Niessing Mr. and Mrs. Don Norton Mr. and Mrs. Andrew W. Olson Ms. Kathy Olson Mr. Edward Onisk Mr. Carl M. Oropallo Mrs. Mary J. Osada Ms. Martha M. Ours Ms. Mary Ellen Oyer Ms. Anne Palermo Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Panetta Mr. and Mrs. John Pardee Ms. Janet Park

Mr. and Mrs. William P. Pastella Joan Payne Ms. Mary Pearl Ms. Nancy J. Peggs Mrs. Antoinette Perrotta Ms. Barbara Pfefferle Ms. Clare Phelan Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Phelan, Jr. Ms. Ann B. Phillips Ms. Renee A. Pickard Ms. Maureen Pierret Mr. and Mrs. Leon and Julie Plochocki Ms. Irina Podmolska Mr. Joe Porter Mr. Jerry C. Potts Mr. and Mrs. John Puopolo Mr. and Mrs. James O. Quartier Dr. and Mrs. C. Barry Quinn Mr. and Mrs. John W. Rade Jamie Rajter Mr. Timothy Ray Ms. Joan Reichert KC Reinard Ms. Dorothy Renehan Mr. and Mrs. James C. Rentos Ms. Mary Reuter Mr. and Mrs. Steven and Susan Ricca Ms. Mary Roberts Bailey Mr. and Mrs. John Rooney Mr. Jake Rossen Mr. and Mrs. David and Kalyn Rutkowski Dr. and Mrs. Rajeev Saini Ms. Deborah Samuel Ms. Theresa Sanders Ms. Theresa A. Sanders Ms. Arlene A. Sardo Ms. Anita V. Savage Mr. and Mrs. James H. Schiffhauer Ms. Barbara Schloss Ms. Pamela B. Schmid Mr. David A. Schneid Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Schoonover Mr. David G. Schraven Mr. and Mrs. Donald and Kathleen Schwanke Mr. and Mrs. Phillip and Sandra Schwartz Mr. Michael J. Sciotti (Continued on page 18)

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Donors $99 and Under Ms. Lisa Scully Ms. Sandra L. Shea Ms. Nancy Sheftic Ms. Katie Sherwin Ms. Joan Q. Simmonds Mr. and Mrs. John and Joan Sinnett Sisters of St. Joseph Blessed Sacrament Convent Yolanda M. Skinner Mr. and Mrs. Michael and Donna Smith Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith Mr. Sylvester Smith Mrs. Emily Smorol Ms. Marlene Snow and Ms. Patricia Bailey Ms. Ellen Somers Ms. Carol Spartano

EMPLOYEE GIVING CAMPAIGNS Amazon Smile Aetna Foundation AT&T Employee Giving Exelon Corporation Give With Liberty Employee Donations Honeywell International Charity Matching IBM Corporation LMEPAC Morgan Stanley National Grid Truist Your Cause Verizon

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Mr. and Mrs. John Stachniewicz Mr. Thomas F. Stairs Mr. Michael R. Stanistreet Ms. Martha Starkey Mr. and Mrs. Jack and Kara Stauffer Ms. Melissa Stefanec Ms. Sharon Steinmetz Mrs. Judy Stelljes Ms. Cynthia Stevenson Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sunheimer Mr. and Mrs. Carmen J. Surace Mr. and Mrs. George Surace Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Taffner Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Tartaglia Mrs. Christine Thome

Mr. Gary Thompson Ms. Martha Thompson Mrs. Patricia Toole Trinity Episcopal Church Ms. Lorraine F. Tuff Paul Twardy Ms. Uzoamaka Unobagha Ms. Catherine Upwood Patricia A. Van Auken Mr. Tom Van Schaik Mrs. Lucerne VanKesteren Mr. John Verduin Margaret Visco Mr. and Mrs. Mark Walker Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Walsh Ms. Elaine Walter Ms. Frances Warmerdam Mr. and Mrs. Carlo J. Warner Mrs. Priscilla M. Watson Mr. and Mrs. Jim Weaver Mr. James W. Weber

Ms. Amanda Webster Mr. and Mrs. Wes Weiss Ms. Tracy Wendt Mr. Michael Werth Ms. Margaret West Mr. and Mrs. Mark and Therese West Mr. and Mrs. Travis White Mr. Henry L. Wood Ms. Katelyn Wright Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wright Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wurtz Ms. Sherrie Yarn Mr. Paul H. Young Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Zarpentine Mr. and Mrs. Eric F. Zeltmann Dr. Maira Ziemba Mr. and Mrs. Gary and Elizabeth Zimmerman

IN-KIND DONORS Catholic Charities of Onondaga County would like to thank the multitude of in-kind donors who generously gave everything from a few cans of peas to entire layettes for new moms in 2017. Your donations are so frequent and generous we would need another booklet to list every name. Without you, our programs would not have the resources to serve nearly 20,000 people every year. Your thoughtful generosity is deeply appreciated. United Way Agencies Thank you to the donors who have given through the following United Way Agencies: United Way of Central New York United Way of Central & Northeastern Connecticut United Way of W. Central Connecticut United Way of Greater Rochester United Way of Greater Philadelphia & Southern New Jersey To the generous supporters of United Way of Central New York in 2017, thank you. Catholic Charities appreciates the countless donors who support our organization through gifts to United Way. * *Individual United Way donors who designated their gifts to Catholic Charities of Onondaga County are not included in this report unless they also made a direct gift to Catholic Charities.

Thank you to all donors who give generously to our Vincent House Neighborhood Center through the Skaneateles Vincent House Guild. Your special commitment to the center has brightened summers for countless children and youth on the Near Westside. You have our deepest gratitude.


PROGRAMS & SERVICES CRISIS RESPONSE Emergency Assistance Services Support, guidance, and practical assistance for people in crisis. Supportive Services for Veterans

Supportive services for low-income veterans and their families experiencing housing crises.

Food Pantry

Emergency food for families and individuals in need.

Dorothy Day House

Men’s Shelter

Shelter for women and children who are homeless. Shelter for men who are homeless.

STABILIZATION SERVICES

Area North Transportation for seniors to medical, shopping, and nutrition sites in the towns of Transportation Service Clay and Salina.

Neighborhood Advisors

Expanded In-Home Services for the Elderly

Adult Aides

Project Fix

Information and referral services to assist seniors. Case management and personal care services for non-Medicaid individuals. Intensive home visitor program to victims of elder abuse/neglect. Minor home repair services for seniors.

Retired Senior Volunteer Program

Volunteer referral program for persons age 55 and older.

Refugee Resettlement Services

Relocation services for refugees from countries in distress. Case management services focus on housing, health care, employment, and education.

Provides recreation, tutoring, homework assistance, and other supports to refugee children.

Refugee Youth Services

Opportunity Center Assists refugees and immigrants to attain English language proficiency and prepare for New Americans for citizenship and employment.

Housing Initiatives

Health Services Coordination

Subsidized housing and case management for individuals and families leaving homelessness. Health care management, care coordination, and health promotion for Medicaid-eligible adults and children who meet qualifications.

CAPACITY-BUILDING PROGRAMS Parent Aides

Intensive home visiting to teach parents community living and parenting skills.

Healthy Start

Case management for pregnant and/or parenting women with children under two years old.

Healthy Moms, Healthy Babies

Parenting Classes

Dignity Works, LLC

Mental Health Counseling

Better Beginnings

Home-based therapy and child development for families with a chronically mentally ill parent and a child five years of age or younger.

Hope Connections

Peer recovery coaching for people affected by substance use and/or in search of mental wellness to connect with their life passions while building a network of social and wellness support.

Youth Development Programs

Youth Development Programs are provided at several locations including neighborhood centers, libraries, and schools (in conjunction with Say Yes to Education) to provide secure, supportive environments for children and teens, including pre-K, after-school, and summer programs.

Respite Program

Infant care classes and supportive counseling for young moms and dads. Classes for parents or caregivers of infants and children up to 12 years of age. Social ventures (Culinary Arts for Self-Sufficiency and Project Joseph) that prepare people for employment while generating revenue for agency programs. CASS provides courses in basic food service skills and catering. Project Joseph crews perform property maintenance tasks under the supervision of experienced professionals. Low cost/no cost therapy for individuals, couples, and families.

Integrated recreational and social activities for children with intellectual disabilities which provide respite for their parents or caretakers.

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FINANCIAL SUMMARY JANUARY 1, 2017 - DECEMBER 31, 2017

5.5% Special Events & Contributions 2.0% Donations In Kind 1.1% Hope Appeal 3.9% United Way 0.4% Investment Income 10.4% Program Service Fees 3.2% Rental Income 3.5% Management & Accounting Fees 0.5% Consulting & Other Income 69.6% Government Support

2017

REVENUE SOURCE

2017

EXPENSES BY PROGRAM

13.0% Management

& General

1.9%

Fund Development

8.4% 2.5% Social Venture 4.3% Property Maintenance

10.5% Educational Services

14.4% Developmental Services

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Emergency Services

9.7%

Shelter Services

12.4% Resettlement Services

23.0% Stability Services


2018

BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND EXECUTIVE STAFF REVENUE AND SUPPORT Government Support

$12,387,940

Special Events & Contributions

971,913

Donations In-Kind

359,119

Diocesan Support

200,513

United Way

693,333

Investment Income Program Service Fees

66,246 1,843,915

Rental Income

574,567

Management & Accounting Fees

627,707

Consulting & Other Income TOTAL

83,433

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

R. Michael Campbell President

Michael F. Melara

Dennis Gleason Vice President

SENIOR MANAGEMENT TEAM

Patrick Taylor Treasurer

Christopher Curry Chief Program Officer

Mark Pitonzo Assistant Treasurer

Denise Headd Chief Development Officer

Deb Welch Secretary Julian Modesti, Esq. Assistant Secretary

$17,808,686

Cindy J. Bird Joseph L. Charles J. Carlos Cervantes Michael P. Drescher John Godwin

EXPENDITURES BY PROGRAM DIVISION Emergency Services

Jonathan Hamblin $1,449,013

Reverend Joann Hicks Kathryn Lindsey

Shelter Services

1,682,357

Reverend Fred Mannara

Resettlement Services

2,157,215

Ryan McDermott

Stability Services

3,985,618

Michael Meath

Developmental Services

2,499,312

Brian Moore

Educational Services

1,813,627

Property Maintenance

736,602

Social Venture

432,546

Management & General Fund Development

T. Scott Kelso Chief Financial Officer Tia R. Sales Chief Human Resources Officer Catherine Willson Executive Assistant Judy D’Amore Executive Director, Toomey Residential and Community Services

John Sindoni, Esq. Camille Tisdel

2,250,137 324,333

TOTAL $17,330,760

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1654 West Onondaga Street, Syracuse, NY 13204

FOUR WAYS TO SUPPORT CATHOLIC CHARITIES IN 2018

MAKE A GIFT ONLINE Credit card gifts can be made on our secure site 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at www.ccoc.us/giving. Recurring giving (scheduled monthly, quarterly or semi-annually) provides a special opportunity to give sustaining support.

PUT A CHECK IN THE MAIL Checks made payable to Catholic Charities of Onondaga County may be sent to: 1654 W. Onondaga Street, Syracuse, NY 13204

DONATE BY PHONE Gifts and pledges can be paid over the phone by credit card. Annual pledges can also be paid through a quarterly or monthly payment program established by the donor.

PLANNED GIVING Make an enduring gift to Catholic Charities of Onondaga County by including us in your estate plan or will. Please consult your legal council or call us at 315-362-7528 to learn more.

If you have any questions or need any additional information, please call us at 315-362-7579.

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Catholic Charities of Onondaga County: 2017 Annual Report  

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Catholic Charities of Onondaga County: 2017 Annual Report  

A review of the work of Catholic Charities of Onondaga County and its supporters in 2017.

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