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Contra Costa Interfaith Housing 2015-2016 Impact Report


It All Starts Here Contra Costa Interfaith Housing’s mission is to provide permanent, affordable housing and vital support services to homeless and at-risk families and individuals in Contra Costa County.


Commitment to Serve Working Poor Families and Individuals: People working in low-paying jobs and living near or below the poverty line

Homeless Families with Special Needs: Families who have been homeless with challenges such as physical disabilities, mental illness, post-traumatic stress disorder, addiction, child welfare involvement, low life skills, under-employment, and under-education

Chronically Homeless Single Adults: Adults who have been chronically homeless and are living with mental illness and/ or addiction

People Living with Chronic Illness: People living with HIV/AIDS

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Dear Friends and Supporters: A home is just the beginning. Imagine walking into an apartment of your very own for the first time after spending countless nights unsure of where you and your family will sleep. Finally, your child has a safe place to rest. Your worries about harsh winters, dangerous streets, or school enrollment have vanished. The future looks promising. But what’s next? For formerly homeless and very low-income CCIH families and individuals, a home is just the first step. Contra Costa Interfaith Housing’s model of permanent, affordable housing paired with essential supportive services helps newly housed people move beyond mere survival. Supportive services like case management, employment support, mental health counseling, and academic enrichment help children and adults truly thrive. As CCIH embarks on a leadership transition, we reflect on the critical milestones the agency has accomplished with your help. CCIH’s quality support services and partnerships with affordable housing agencies have increased our ability to respond to the needs of our neighbors who are homeless or at-risk. None of this is possible without our generous donors, volunteers, and community partners. We are proud of our successes, despite the increasing housing challenges in Contra Costa County. The lack of affordable housing and ever rising costs associated with living here create new obstacles every year. Nonetheless, we added 32 units to house 48 chronically homeless adults last year, and will expand to house and serve 20 more homeless families this year. As they

1997

2002

2004

2005

2007

2008

CCIH becomes 501(c)(3)

Purchased Garden Park Apartments (GPA)

GPA opens to serve 27 formerly homeless families

Louise hired as Executive Director

Academic Specialist hired, Homework Club develops academic focus

First Ruby Slippers gala

Partnered with Mercy Housing California

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Rehab of GPA begins

First licensed mental health provider hired

First public funding for services


Jeff Rideout and Louise Bourassa

take the first step into permanent homes, the path ahead of them becomes brighter than ever. As Louise transitions out of her role as Executive Director, CCIH remains a strong and growing agency. Now more than ever, we need your continuing support. On the pages that follow, you’ll read about how your involvement is changing the lives of formerly homeless and low-income individuals and families. We are grateful for your partnership in helping members of our community start again, establishing new beginnings for a better future for themselves and their children. Together, we are breaking the cycle of homelessness and poverty in our community. With gratitude,

Jeff Rideout, MD Board Chair

Louise Bourassa, RN, MS Executive Director

2010

2012

2014

2015

2016

Partnered with Resources for Community Development

Added Lakeside Apartments program in Concord

Expanded GPA community center

Added Scattered Site program

Resident Monitor program launched

Began East County programs Internship program launched

Added HIV/AIDS Housing Advocacy

Expanded HIV/AIDS Housing Advocacy

FISH (families in Supportive Housing) program funding awarded Housing Navigation funding awarded

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One Step at a Time

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How We Help Permanent, Affordable Housing

CCIH creates affordable housing units through ownership and/or master leasing of apartments and obtaining funding to subsidize the cost of housing so that it is affordable to very low-income families and individuals.

Self-Sufficiency

Assists residents to create individualized life plans with focus on employment, education support, life skills, parenting, and sobriety.

Eviction Prevention

Assists residents to avoid eviction by helping them budget, increase income, negotiate with landlords, and create long-term strategies toward self-reliance.

On-Site Mental Health Support

Provided by licensed mental health clinicians for both youth and adults.

Brokerage of Mainstream Services

Assists residents to access basic needs such as food, transportation, health care, and employment.

Housing Advocacy

Helps people living with chronic illnesses, such as HIV/ AIDS, find and keep permanent housing.

Our Impact

381

1,017

97%

households served

people offered case management service and mental health support

of households requesting eviction prevention support remained housed

94%

4,633

100%

remained in permanent housing

hours of case management

of clients housed through the housing advocacy program remained housed

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Focus on Youth for a Brighter Future

On-site Youth Mental Health Program

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Pre-K School Readiness Program

After School Homework Program

Robust Supplemental Youth Enrichment

Teen Club

College Readiness and College Tours


Highlights and Impact

172

students receiving youth enrichment support

76

students with at least 60% attendance record in Homework Clubs

100%

students achieving two or more new academic benchmarks

On-site summer camps offered: • ROBOTICS • STEM

• ART • MUSIC • DANCE • COOKING • COMPUTER PROGRAMMING

• SCIENCE • 3D DESIGN

DID YOU KNOW?

Studies show that more than 1/3 of impoverished students are not ready to enter kindergarten, and by the time they reach the fourth grade at least 50% will not read at grade level.

WHERE ARE THEY NOW?

Most children raised in CCIH housing proceed to higher education or find steady employment. For example, Michael, an East County 2014 high school graduate, is thriving and entering his third year of college in Utah. Majoring in Criminal Justice, Michael recently secured an internship with the FBI.

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Together, We’re Making Lasting Change Communities Working Together Volunteers from White Pony Express deliver food twice a week to Garden Park Apartments. Residents and White Pony Express volunteers work together to coordinate delivery, set up the food pantry, and oversee its management. Residents have taken ownership of this program, making the food pantry run seamlessly and efficiently.

Breaking Ground Donors and volunteers Pacific Coast Landscape, Phil vanderToolen, Lafayette-Orinda Presbyterian Church, and HomeAid partnered to transform the grounds of Garden Park Apartments for a healthier and more beautiful community.

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Spreading Holiday Cheer Many formerly homeless residents have gone years without holiday traditions. People with little income seldom have the means to celebrate with hearty traditional meals or gifts. Multi-faith holiday parties have become a staple for CCIH residents. Volunteers bring meals, games, and crafts. This time together has become a wonderful tradition residents and volunteers look forward to every year.

Education for All Volunteers are the cornerstone of CCIH Homework Clubs. They offer a safe and consistent space for children to learn and grow.

Summer Learning Children from very low income families seldom have the opportunity to attend summer camp. CCIH volunteers lead summer camps at our housing sites or donors provide scholarships to community camps. Children broaden their horizons with camps aimed at increasing math and science skills, as well as sports, art, dance, and music.

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Financials* Source of Funds Individual Contributions Corporations and Foundations Government Grants Mental Health Services, In-Kind Faith Communities Special Events, Net Rent Income Fee for Service Investment Income Use of Reserve Total

Total

90% 1,874,361 5% 105,712 5% 109,696 100% $2,089,769

Use of Reserve 1% Individuals 9% Corporations & Foundations 3% Fee for Service 16%

Special Events, Net 9% Faith 5%

Mental Health Services 1%

Government Grants 52%

Administration 5%

Fundraising 5%

Direct Client Services 90%

Source of Funds

Use of Funds *unaudited

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183,284 70,423 1,085,810 13,622 98,130 178,154 104,465 337,263 1,444 17,174

100% $2,089,769

Use of Funds Direct Client Services Administration Fundraising

Rent Income 4%

9% 3% 52% 1% 5% 9% 4% 16% < 1% 1%


Our Community of Supporters We are grateful to you, our donors and community partners, for your support this past fiscal year (July 1, 2015 - June 30, 2016) which benefitted more than 1,000 low-income and at-risk residents. Together, we are helping end poverty and homelessness in Contra Costa County. Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of this list, however, sometimes errors or omissions may occur, and we hope you will accept our sincere apologies. We will be happy to correct our records; please call us at (925) 944-2247. We very much appreciate your support and generosity.

ANNUAL GIVING Annual Giving allows CCIH to provide permanent affordable housing and evidence-based services to more than 1,000 formerly homeless and low-income residents, helps meet emerging needs and challenges, and reflects the shared spirit of our community to come together to strengthen, encourage, and assist our residents to build a better future for themselves and their families. Leadership Circle

($25,000 - $50,000) Anonymous Dean & Margaret Lesher Foundation Lafayette Orinda Presbyterian Church The San Francisco Foundation

Safe Place Supporters

($10,000-$24,999) East Bay Community Foundation Carrie and Jorge Figueredo Carol Gilliland Justice, Justice Foundation Susan Parker Hill and Stephen Hill Warren & Katherine Schlinger Foundation Joanne and Paul Schweibinz

Investors

($5,000-$9,999) HomeAid Northern California Evelyn and Tom Johnston The Lowell Berry Foundation Patty Proctor Rotary Club of Lafayette Theresa and Duane Rustad Liz and Les Simmonds St. Perpetua Catholic Church

Champions

($2,500-$4,999) The Benevity Community Impact Fund Blue Shield of California Carol and William Chiasson Christ the King Catholic Church

Foundation for American Faith Gallagher Properties, Inc. Betty and Frank Gilliland Grace Presbyterian Church Mt. Diablo Unitarian Universalist Church Orinda Community Church Cherida Collins Smith St. Andrewâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Presbyterian Church St. Bonaventure Catholic Community St. Timothyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Episcopal Church Temple Isaiah Janet and Gottfried Tittiger Union Bank Wells Fargo Foundation Emily and Eric Wight The Wight Fund at Schwab Charitable

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Mentors

($1,000-$2,499) Mindy and Bill Bush Church of Santa Maria Danville Congregational Church Carol and Bradley Davis Joy and Doug DeVeny Julie and Steven Diekmann Jennifer and Mario DiPrisco Diprisco Family Fund at Schwab Charitable Dodge & Cox Matching Gift Program John Douglas Cindy and David Durant First Presbyterian Church of Concord Ariane and Gaston Habets Adam Hamalian Ann Hirsch Kiwanis Club of Moraga Valley Foundation Lafayette Community Foundation Judy and Hal Leach Kathryn and Norman Lescure Mark Scott Construction Our Savior’s Lutheran Church Nancy and Philip Park Sue and Les Polgar Beth and Mark Ruben Ryder Family Foundation San Ramon Valley United Methodist Church Beryl and Ivor Silver Janice and Ray Stephens Diane and Harold Steuber Susan and Richard Hare Family Foundation Cathy and Mark VandenBerghe Vanguard Charitable Walnut Creek Presbyterian Church

Believers

($500-$999) Georgia Alley Vickie Barclay Louise Bourassa and Peter Linfoot Kathleen and Richard Bowles

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Phyllis and Harvey Ceaser Community Economics, Inc. Nancy and Steven Falk Judy and David Fassler Sharon and Tom Francis Sue Gibbons and Jim Hermon Evelyn and Rabbi Roberto Graetz Grace and Peter Hartdegen The Kathleen C. and Richard H. Thompson Charitable Fund Rene and Henry Kim Kiwanis Club of San Ramon Valley Joyce and John Klassen Frank Krisnowich Sandra and Doug Leich Sheila and David Matz Lois and Fred Nelson Charie Reid Resources for Community Development St. Ignatius of Antioch Catholic Church St. Monica Catholic Church Linda Tedjakusuma and Howard Bulos Deveney and Larry Totten Trillium Asset Management, LLC Frances and Bill Vaculin

Allies

($250-$499) Sue Adler-Bressler and Dave Bressler Linda and Robert Ambrose Mary Lou Blumer Nancy and Ed Bradley Margaret and Thomas Brennan Sarah Cahill Concord United Methodist Church Congregation B’nai Tikvah Congregation B’nai Shalom Ellen and Robert Docili Viola Egli First Christian Church of Concord Judy and Ross Fisher Sherrie Kay Fraser

Liz and John Ganey Shirley and Bill Guthreau Carol and Vern Hance Virginia Hooper John Stewart Company Kaiser Community Giving Matching Gift Program Barbara and Roy Kaplan Marilyn and Marc Kaplan Kiwanis Club of Walnut Creek Karin Klarreich and Walter Wilson Lafayette United Methodist Church Walter Lessman Janet Ahlgren Long and Christopher Long Claire and James Marchiano John C. McClure, II Aliza and Peter Metzner Peace Lutheran Church Laura and Gregg Perloff Elizabeth and Michael Rusk Ilene and Andrew Scharlach Kathleen and Thomas Schuenzel Cynthia and Alberto Sevilla Silicon Valley Community Foundation Karen and Peter Smyth St. Agnes Catholic Church St. Anne’s Society Sufism Reoriented United Way

Enthusiasts

($100-$249) Karen Anderson Applied Materials Foundation Employee Engagement Fund Barbara Bacher Gloria Bertolozzi and Jeff Morrow Kelli and Kyle Blocker Sarah and Steven Blumenfeld Judy and Joel Boriskin Pepe Bowman Julia Bueren Mary Carpenter Sylvia Chatagnier Elizabeth and Thomas Clogher


You Can Make a Difference Make a Gift

We welcome your partnership and support in ending poverty in Contra Costa County. Make a gift by sending a check to 399 Taylor Boulevard, Suite 115 Pleasant Hill, CA 94523 or visit our website to make a gift online at www. ccinterfaithhousing.org/donate

Become a Volunteer

Volunteers are the backbone of CCIH. Opportunities include afterschool tutoring, planning a meal for resident dinners, serving on the Ruby Slippers gala committee, helping the Backpack Drive or Holiday Spirit of Giving, and many more. Call (925) 944-2244 to get involved.

Claire and James Conger Elizabeth and Robert De Chene Nancy and Gary De Weese Diamond Bill Review, Inc. Melinda and Jeffrey Dieden Donnelly Nelson Depolo & Murray Ellen Emold Gail and Thomas Enright Joyce and Carl Feil Eenee and Mark Ferrano Eric Frank Janet Freiman Elaine Gerstler and Booker Holton Barbara and Tom Gilmore Dorothy and Charles Glass Susan Haas

Shirley Hausser Pam and Bill Herrera Wendy Herzog and David Gold Deborah Hoffman Mary Holden-Artist and Richard Holden Wilson Jackson Cheryl Jennings Lisa and Michael Kanazawa Susan and Erik Kapelke Elaine and Alan Kaufman Bruce Kaufman Marilyn and Stephen Kestler Susan and Alan Kingsley Susan and Darrell Klingman Stephen Krochmal

Anthony Lan Karen Leo and Charles Fiske Sherry and Billy Lewis Dolores and John Loague Robin and Paul Ludmer Dana and Harry MacDannald Rene Maher Father Richard Mangini Marian and Robert Marquardt Jacqueline McKinley Claire and Donald Meredith Kevin Moraine D. Frances Motley MaryPat and John Moxon Terry Neben and Philip Simon

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Network for Good Frances Paxson Virginia and Michael Peiser Jacinta Pister and Richard Whitmore Ann Porcella Edna and Jim Reiter Pamela Rey and Jeffrey Hicks Brian Richards Sally Ruiz and Ted Mougeot Donna and Joe Saba Mary and Sandy Sandri William Schneider David Shaw Shell Ridge Community Church Katrina and Rick Silvani Marla and Jim Simon Marie Claire and James Simpson Shant Singh Mimi and Greg Smith Patricia and Don Snyder Deanna Tom Joyce Wells Wells Fargo Community Support Campaign Patricia Turkovich West and Phillip West Maureen and Mark Vierengel Vision Service Plan Donald Wacks Marilyn and Robert Wilkens Christine and Richard Wise

Friends

(Up to $99) Ameriprise Financial, Inc. Laura and Daniel Baker Linda and Michael Bandler Toshiko and William Barrett Ryan Beaver Claire and John Bevis Sandra and James Bonato Terri and Jack Bookbinder Eileen Bordenave Mary Jo and Bruce Brady Janet and Donald Buenting Sharon and Raymond Campton Douglas Chen Carol and Peter Chrobak Church Women United

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Cecilia Clay Judy Craddick June Derne Marie Duncan Patricia Farris Anne Flato Don Fox Debra Frank and Edward Hanley Robert Freda Lynn Gitomer and Dan Weiner Elba and Brad Goostree Karen and William Gourdin Grace Presbyterian Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Association Faith and Daniel Greenberg Marlene Hall Dina and Richard Hartmann Katherine Hatch Leander Hauri Judy and Brad Heckman Carol Hiestand Hillary and David Hoppock Catherine Jennings Carol Krueger Jones Karen Jones Patricia Kramer Mark Krauth Diane Kurtz Martha Landon Robert Lane Anne and Richard Long Xochitl Lopez Christopher Manzi Mary and Ramon Martinez Evelyn and Donald Marvin Marilyn Mitosinka Maria and Rodney Mord Nancy Norland Marilyn and Thomas Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Connell Margaret Pak Patricia Petrie Plymouth United Church of Christ Joyce Pollack Maureen and James Pope Wanda Remmers Shelly Ress-Weinstein and Arnold Weinstein Nancy Rivara Nancy Satterford and Paul Theiss Gloria and Wayne Schafer David Shackelford Mary and Leroy Shipley

Sigma Alpha Iota - East Bay Chapter Andrea Simms and Albert Dytch Nancy and Wayne Snyder Linda and Richard Staaf Robert Taines Pamela and Doug Taylor Judith and David Tedesco Nancy Thomas Decky Thornton Karin Vallery Sandra Watkins and Darnel Diaconis Janet and John Weil Joan and John West Harry Wolf Ann and Charles Woods Rena Zurn and Spencer Fulweiler

IN HONOR OF

In Honor of CCIH Board Members Louise Bourassa and Peter Linfoot In Honor of CCIH Staff Evelyn and Rabbi Roberto Graetz In Honor of Reverend Anne Cox Bailey Ann Hirsch In Honor of Amy Faltz Temple Isaiah In Honor of Mary Fenelon Sue and Les Polgar In Honor of Evelyn and Rabbi Roberto Graetz Ellen Emold Karen and William Gourdin In Honor of Rabbi Roberto Graetz Sue Adler-Bressler and Dave Bressler Viola Egli Faith and Daniel Greenberg Barbara and Roy Kaplan Elaine and Alan Kaufman Robin and Paul Ludmer Beth and Mark Ruben Marla and Jim Simon Harry Wolf In Honor of Nancy and Kevin Hubert Karin Klarreich and Walter Wilson


Leave a Legacy Create a legacy to benefit future generations by leaving a bequest designated for a specific purpose or to support the greatest need. Bequests are easy to arrange and preserve your assets during your lifetime. “I give to Contra Costa Interfaith Housing, a California nonprofit public benefit corporation, the sum of $__ or __% of my estate, to be used for charitable purposes as the Executive Director shall direct.” You may also name CCIH as a beneficiary of your IRA, 401(k), or other qualified plan, or life insurance policy. For more information, call us at (925) 944-2247.

In Honor of Max Husted Carol Gilliland In Honor of Dr. Barbara Preston Karen Anderson In Honor of Charie Reid Pepe Bowman Marlene Hall In Honor of Adam Rideout Lynn Gitomer and Dan Weiner In Honor of Nancy Rivara’s Mother Nancy Rivara In Honor of Liz Simmonds Orinda Community Church In Honor of Marlene and Sam Smith Debra Frank and Edward Hanley

In Honor of St. Joseph Health System Donnelly Nelson Depolo & Murray In Honor of Decky Thornton Marilyn Mitosinka In Honor of Ygnacio Valley Presbyterian Church Sylvia Chatagnier

IN MEMORY OF

In Memory of Theresa Bourassa Louise Bourassa and Peter Linfoot In Memory of Trudy Fikes Judy and David Fassler In Memory of Madeline H. Fudim Frank Krisnowich

In Memory of Bill Griffitts Marilyn and Stephen Kestler Patricia Kramer Mary and Sandy Sandri Gloria and Wayne Schafer In Memory of Carrie Hyman Deborah Hoffman In Memory of Jennie Lessman Walter Lessman In Memory of Phyllis Mace Evelyn and Rabbi Roberto Graetz In Memory of John C. McClure’s Mother John C. McClure, II In Memory of Kyle Cameron Taylor Georgia Alley

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IN KIND DONORS

Adopt a Family Bikes Mindy and Ratzi Aiello Ruth and John Assily Jocelyn Avila Sharon Azbell Laura and Tom Beaty Barry Behr Laura Bertolozzi Susan and Marco Bertolozzi Emily Blanck Susan and Roger Blumer Grace Boda Kristina and John Botsford Louise Bourassa and Peter Linfoot Boy Scout Pack 210 Maureen and Tris Brown Heidi Brown Paul Burda Chris Butner and Mark Meredith C&T Publishing, Inc. Margaret Caley Carol and Steve Carter Phyllis and Harvey Ceaser Louise Chatoff Carol and William Chiasson Christ the King Catholic Church Church of Santa Maria Karen and Craig Coane Cathy Coe Diane and Glenn Colville Concord United Methodist Church Congregation Beth Chaim Congregation B’nai Shalom Danville Congregational Church Stephanie and John Denman Kathleen and Jerry Dotson Julie and Erik Ehlers Elevate Basketball & Performance Training Angie and Clem Elgazzar Episcopal Church of the Resurrection Connie Essabhoy Lisa and Leif Fairfield Theresa Falk Carrie and Jorge Figueredo First Christian Church of Concord Nora and Ken Fishbach

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Libby Flynn Janette Fon Debra Frank and Edward Hanley Lynn and Jerome Franz Mark Frick Barbara and Bob Frick Chrissy and Jim Galbraith Meg Garstang Susan Geldin Sue Gibbons and Jim Hermon Girl Scout Troop 32886 Grace Cooperative Preschool Grace Presbyterian Church Julie Grisham and Ken Winters Erik Hanson Ruth Hendrickson Roxie and Bill Herbert Hillcrest Congregational Church Ynez Hirst Ann Hodgson HomeAid of Northern California Japanese Christian Church Terri and Robert Jinkins Bill Jones Cory and Mark Joseph Jeanne Kaneko Camilla Kazimi and Scott Loyet Elisabeth Kersten Kiwanis Club of Moraga Valley Foundation Galen Klein Juliet Klemm Lafayette Orinda Presbyterian Church Lisa and David Lamm Lamorinda Sunrise Rotary Lescure Company Wendy Levich Terri and Fred Lindeman Renee and Robert Little Kristen Lomasney Anne and Richard Long Claire and James Marchiano Danielle Martinez Karen Mass Kathryn Master Darcy McCarty and Goli Shariat McDonald’s Michelle and Ian McGowan

Trudy Meigs and Richard Celano Mercy Housing California Pamela Messing Moraga Garden Farms Linda Mino Hall and Tom Hall Victoria Mizzi Mt. Diablo Unitarian Universalist Church Jeremiah Newens Carol Olmert Orchard Supply Hardware - Moraga Orinda Community Church Betsy Orme Our Savior’s Lutheran Church Pacific Coast Landscape Party City Shelley Pattison Verna and Warren Peterson Steve Pierce Nicki and Michael Powers Bobbie and Thomas Preston Patty Proctor Maria Rada and Frank Clima Erin Ritz Adrienne Robillard Katharine and Tim Rudd Theresa and Duane Rustad Jan and Rick Saillard Amy and Tim Sanchez Sheryl and Steve Sankey Jackie and Harvey Segal Rachel Shapiro Kevin Shelooe and Wayne Shupe Shauna and Corey Silva Liz and Les Simmonds Marla and Jim Simon Marlene and Sam Smith St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church St. Bonaventure Catholic Community St. Ignatius of Antioch Catholic Church St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church Kendra and Shane Stakem Julie and Alan Stokol Sloat Garden Center


Create Lasting Change Today Make a Gift of Stock

By transferring appreciated stocks, bonds, or mutual fund shares you have owned for more than a year to CCIH, you receive an immediate tax deduction for the fair market value of the securities on the date of transfer, no matter what you paid for them. For more information, call us at (925) 944-2247.

Advocate for Affordable Housing

Attend a city council meeting or write your local congressperson in support of more affordable housing in the community. To end poverty successfully, we must commit to increasing affordable housing for all.

Susan Sugarman Ann Sussman Linda Tedjakusuma and Howard Bulos Temple Isaiah Denise Terry Trinity Lutheran Church Leo Tseng Lindsey Turkov Twin Valley Mothers of Twins Club Phil vanderToolen Mieke Van Hout and Joe Schellenberg Thea Vaughn and Ross Freiermuth

Kim Vogel Walnut Creek Presbyterian Church Janelle and Alex Webster Cathy and Curtis Whitley Emily and Eric Wight Cathy and Paul Witkay Marisa and Brent Wyse Ygnacio Valley Presbyterian Church

Public/Community Partners

Anka Behavioral Health, Inc. Contra Costa County, AIDS Program Contra Costa Health Services, Behavioral Health Contra Costa County, Employment and Human Services Mercy Housing California Resources for Community Development US Department of Housing and Urban Development

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RUBY SLIPPERS

CCIH’s annual gala, Ruby Slippers, was an amazing success thanks to the generosity of donors, sponsors, and volunteers. Thank you for your impact on the lives of CCIH families.

Committee

Louise Bourassa Debbie Burrows Nancy Reese Clark Jacqueline Crist Elba Goostree Mary Fenelon Lisa Hirsch Nancy Hubert Erin Jones Wendy Levich Alice Perez Trudy Presser Charie Reid Joanne Schweibinz Mardjan Taheripour Joan Toney

Sponsors

Emerald Sponsor ($10,000) Anonymous Ruby Sponsors ($5,000) Stephanie and Doug Bontemps Compass Marketing Temple Isaiah Diamond Sponsors ($2,500) A Loveable Feast Mark Scott Construction Mercer Consulting Susan and Jeff Rideout Liz and Les Simmonds Rev. Dr. Laura Barnes Don and Sally O’Neal Charie Reid Leslie and Chuck Murray Sapphire Sponsors ($1,250) Ginn & Crosby, LLP Robert and Sandy Goldberg

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Pearl Sponsors ($500) Mary Fenelon Congregation B’nai Shalom The Covello Group Claytor Law Group Sue and Mike Lescure Tom and Kelly Matson Pleasant Hill Coin & Jewelry Exchange Resources for Community Development Sally Ruiz and Ted Mougeot Seiler Epstein Ziegler & Applegate, LLP Superior Mechanical Services, Inc.

Outright Gifts and Fund-a-Need $10,000 or more Anonymous

$5,000 - $9,999 The Jewish Community Foundation East Bay Community Foundation Julie and Paul Candau Joanne and Paul Schweibinz $2,500 - $4,999 Stephanie and Doug Bontemps Louise Bourassa and Peter Linfoot Liz and Conrad Corbett Carol and Bradley Davis Evelyn and Tom Johnston Justice, Justice Foundation Joyce and John Klassen Sue and Mike Lescure McKesson Foundation Leslie and Chuck Murray Theresa and Duane Rustad $1,000 - $2,499 Betty Bond Sandy and Shaun Collard Jacqueline Crist Morris Hirsch Kyra Kennedy and Pat McGrath Sue and Jim Nagle

Anne Marie Nugent and Jim Walberg Sally and Don O’Neal Nichole and Erick Ormsby Susan and Jeffrey Rideout Susan and Tom Rochford Kathryn and Harvey Rudman Arlene Sirott Jasmine and Robert Tarkoff Sally Wright $500 - $999 Cindy Anderson and John Wied Carolyn and Michael Bealmear Gloria Bertolozzi and Jeff Morrow Dee and Bert Brook Karen Connelly and Pam Archer Steve Crocker Amy Faltz and Tony Crea Bette and James Felton Judy and Ross Fisher Kathryn Furst and Mark Kimmel Allison and Murril Gash Lynn Gitomer and Dan Weiner Deborah and Craig Gyory Rene and Henry Kim Rosemary and Lee Kirbach Wendy Levich Donna and John Linfoot Jon and Melissa Masland Steve Paroli and Mark Critchfield Cynthia and Mark Rahn Charie Reid Beryl and Ivor Silver Summit Bank Lolly and Arie van Gemeren Christine and Richard Wise $250-$499 Janet Ahlgren Long and Christopher Long Joan and Lyndon Arscott Marge Bertman-Reed and Charlie Reed Kathleen and Bob Burke Debbie and Stephen Burrows


Mark Cameron Sherry and Richard Cecconi Laura Crane and Philip Linfoot Sian and Trevor Davies Nancy and Gary De Weese Elizabeth and Pat Donnelly Rabbi Aderet and Brett Drucker Susie and Tom Epstein Katherine Hart and Paul Beadleston Julie and Chris Kemp Jack Kemp Trudy and Kevin Lovell Melanie and Azmie Madanat Father Richard Mangini John C. McClure, II Anne Marie Nugent and Jim Walberg Molly and John Ogro Mari and Sam Parino Ginny and Royce Paulsen Yolanda and Thomas Peeks Mark Reiss Nancy Rivara Sally Ruiz and Ted Mougeot Jen and John Schuster Ellen and Steve Seiler Beryl and Ivor Silver Shirley Sutton Stella Tsakonas and Robert Mull Anne Webster $100 - $249 Natalina and Dario Bernardi Marilyn and Jim Callaghan Angie and Steve Cherepy Cynthia Coutermarsh Christa and Joe Fairfield Theresa Falk Mary Fenelon Anne Flato Kate and Brad Frey Carol Gilliland Supervisor Federal Glover Evelyn and Rabbi Roberto Graetz Lauren Gully Lisa Hirsch Morris Hirsch Susan and Jerrold Kaplan Betsy Kemp Mary Ann and Jon Littig

Richard Ney Christine and Jon Oldfather Cheryl Patterson Trudy and Bruce Presser Richard P. Kattenburg, Architect Rudney Associates Theresa and Duane Rustad Emmelie Sabette and Arthur Woo Elia and John Schiavo William Stolte Mary Terjeson April Tofanelli Maureen Wilhelm Up to $99 Douglas Chen June Derne Cynthia Tietjen Janet and Alex Trzesniewski

Ruby Slippers In-Kind Donors

A.C.T. American Family Hot Tub Amici’s East Coast Pizzeria Arthur Murray Dance Studio Jessica Bacon Bartholomew Park Winery Beach Blanket Babylon Bennett Lane Winery Berkeley Playhouse Gloria Bertolozzi and Jeff Morrow Bette’s Oceanview Diner Susan and Roger Blumer Linda Bochte Stephanie and Doug Bontemps Boundary Oaks Golf Club Louise Bourassa and Peter Linfoot Buena Vista Winery Debbie and Stephen Burrows California Lithographers California Magic Dinner Theatre California Shakespeare Theater Sherry and Richard Cecconi Concord United Methodist Church

Congregation B’nai Shalom Karen Connelly and Pam Archer Costco Jacqueline Crist Danville Congregational Church Dave DeLong School of Golf Jennifer and Jason Delaplane Don & Charlie’s El Charro Mexican Dining Rodney Emery and Errol Reyes Esin Restaurant and Bar F&M Bank Mary Fenelon Gloria Ferrer Leslie and R.W. Firth Forbes Mill Steakhouse Kathryn Furst and Mark Kimmel Ina Garten Allison and Murril Gash Wendy and Adam Gilberd Carol Gilliland Glamorous Boutique Gold Coast Chamber Players Rabbi Roberto Graetz Anne and Reigh Granlund Shirley and Bill Guthreau Pat Hague Kathy Hallock Hanzell Vineyards Hatcher Winery Havana Cuban Cuisine Heller Jewelers Sally Hill Hilton Hawaiian Village Beach Resort & Spa Harriet Hoselton Nancy and Kevin Hubert Kerry and Michael Inserra izzyA’s Jacuzzi Family Vineyards Linda Jinks Erin Jones and Gene Seip Rev. John Kasper Kathleen Burke Designs Kaur Photography Kepler’s Golf KQED Kuna Systems La Mediterranee Restaurant Lavande Spa & Boutique Ledson Winery

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Wendy Levich Lindsay Wildlife Experience Donna and John Linfoot Ma(i)sonry Napa Valley Mallett Family Father Richard Mangini Betty McCabe John C. McClure, II Patti McGregor Alene Miskovetz Monique Modelo Martin Morley NASCAR Nicole Noga and Dan Northway Nothing Bundt Cakes Jennifer O’neal Yolanda and Thomas Peeks Peju Province Winery

Alice and Al Perez Joanne Peterson Photography by Tish Pier 39 Nancy Pinio Powell’s Sweet Shoppe Quintessa Winery Lisa Quiros Schoenhouse and Gary Schoenhouse Charie Reid Rialto Cinemas Susan and Jeffrey Rideout Marty Ruane Ruth Bancroft Garden, Inc. Emmelie Sabette and Arthur Woo Sacramento Kings Joanne and Paul Schweibinz Steve Seiler Katrina and Rick Silvani

Sonoma Raceway St. George Spirit Mardjan and Bahman Taheripour Jasmine and Robert Tarkoff The Bar Method of the East Bay The Caves at Soda Canyon The Lawrence Hall of Science The Prisoner Wine Company Decky Thornton Joan and Fred Toney Cathy and Mark VandenBerghe Kelly Webster Kathy Wells and Mary Deauclaire Laura and Jerry Williams Yogurt Shack

LEADERSHIP BOARD OF DIRECTORS Dr. Jeff Rideout, Chair Carol Gilliland, Vice Chair Pastor Charie Reid, Secretary Jerry Williams, Treasurer Michael Bealmear Stephanie Bontemps

Mary E. Fenelon Rabbi Roberto Graetz Reverend John Kasper, OSFS John C. McClure, II Thomas Peeks Steve Seiler

MEMBER FAITH COMMUNITIES Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Beth Chaim Congregation Christ the King Catholic Church Church of Santa Maria Concord United Methodist Church Congregation B’nai Shalom Congregation B’nai Tikvah Danville Congregational Church Episcopal Church of the Resurrection First Christian Church of Concord First Presbyterian Church of Concord Grace Presbyterian Church Hillcrest Congregational Church Lafayette Orinda Presbyterian Church Lafayette United Methodist Church Mt. Diablo Unitarian Universalist Church Orinda Community Church

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Our Savior’s Lutheran Church Peace Lutheran Church San Ramon Valley United Methodist Church St. Agnes Catholic Church St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church St. Bonaventure Catholic Community St. Ignatius of Antioch Catholic Church St. Monica Catholic Church St. Paul’s Episcopal Church St. Perpetua Catholic Church St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church Sufism Reoriented Temple Isaiah Trinity Lutheran Church Walnut Creek Presbyterian Church


Thank you!


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