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MOMENTS that MATTER Contra Costa Interfaith Housing 2014-2015 Impact Report


Walking Onto Campus My First Day of College I’m the first in my family to go to college. My first day at UC Davis was different; it was strange being far from home, but I felt well prepared. Rosemary (East County’s Youth Enrichment Coordinator) helped me with my UC applications and financial aid. My family has moved many times trying to find steady work and housing. I’m so happy my father now has a stable job and encourages my education.


Realizing My Family is Going to Be Okay I don’t know where we’d be without Garden Park Apartments. Moving here was the first time we lived together as a family. After leaving an abusive marriage, I lost my house and became homeless. My life fell apart. Since then, I remarried, my husband is working, and we’re raising our 12-year-old daughter. On hard days, I come home and close the door. We have our own space. We can be a family. It makes all the difference.

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Going to Summer Camp for the First Time This is the first summer I did fun things. We got to paint on a giant canvas and made art. The next week, we played with robots and computers. We learned how to build and program the robots. It was really cool. I also got to go to Animal Architect Camp at Lindsay Wildlife Experience and learn about how animals build things like beavers building dams. It was fun because I like to build things too.

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Achieving My Professional Goal Growing up in group homes and foster care was hard. I didn’t graduate from high school. After I had children, I was determined to become a better mother. I received my GED and went to school to become a Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN). When my youngest son was only eight, we lost our housing. I had nowhere to turn. After months of sleeping on couches, an apartment opened up at Garden Park Apartments. CCIH help me finish school, and I graduated with my LVN. Now I’m working full-time. Just knowing that I have a place to live and that I have other people supporting me is amazing. I’ve come so far.

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Dear Friends and Supporters: Have you ever experienced a moment in your life that changed everything? That “aha� moment that altered your perspective, outlook, and future? Realizing your family is going to be ok. Walking onto campus your first day of college. Achieving your professional goal. When we step aside to let others step ahead and empower residents to believe in themselves, they overcome challenging circumstances to create a better life. These are the moments that matter.

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At Contra Costa Interfaith Housing, our work of providing permanent, affordable housing and helping formerly homeless and low-income residents rebuild their lives is both difficult and inspiring. Our on-site supportive services offer life plans, mental health counseling, employment support, parenting classes, academic tutoring, case management, eviction prevention, and skills development. We hear stories from residents of unimaginable hardships.

This past year, CCIH expanded its programs to serve more residents in need thanks to the extraordinary commitment of our donors, volunteers, staff, and partners. Thank you for your generous support which allows us to innovate new programs. We responded to community requests to develop a master-lease housing program to serve chronically homeless adults, expanded our HIV/ AIDS housing advocacy program to serve west county residents, and moved into a larger space to accommodate our growing staff.


In this 2014-2015 Impact Report, you’ll read stories of residents whose lives have changed because of you. Your investment and involvement is helping more than 950 formerly homeless and low-income residents become better mothers, fathers, students, and providers. And, at the end of the day, these are the moments that matter. With gratitude,

Louise Bourassa, RN, MS Executive Director

Jeff Rideout, MD Board Chair

Programs That Change Lives Scattered Site Supportive Housing is a new program, launched in June 2015, that provides permanent, affordable housing and support services for 48 formerly chronically homeless residents living with disabilities. Apartments are scattered throughout the County, and a mobile service team of case managers work in partnership with residents to set goals related to sustaining independence and becoming responsible tenants. Scattered Site Supportive Housing is a costeffective resource that prevents high cost emergency room visits, hospitalizations, and incarceration. CCIH hopes to partner with more landlords to increase the number of housing units to serve chronically homeless individuals and families in need.

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Fast Facts

Residents

Successful Outcomes

3,184

Hours of case management support

40

Evidence-based parenting classes

100%

High school seniors in East County accepted into four year colleges

90%

Youth in afterschool programs achieving two more new academic benchmarks

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306

Children living at CCIH sites

Residents living at CCIH sites

94% Evictions prevented

133

Families referred for eviction prevention

44%

862

Single parent families

149

Residents served in HIV/AIDS Housing Advocacy Program* *Advocacy includes emergency housing and rental assistance, ongoing monitoring of medical care, case management support, and care coordination.


Did You Know? Contra Costa County

Median monthly rent for a two-bedroom apartment since 2010 $3.0k

$2.5k

Average rent of a twobedroom apartment

$20,242

$1,835

Average CCIH family income

Annual income required to rent a two-bedroom apartment and still have enough for food, utilities and other necessities

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$74,880

# of full-time minimum wage jobs required to rent a two-bedroom apartment and still have enough for food, utilities, and other necessities

$2.0k

$1.5k

$1.0k ‘10 ‘11 ‘12 ‘13 ‘14 ‘15

San Mateo $2,884 Santa Clara $2,552 Alameda $2,172 Contra Costa $1,835 Sources: Marcus & Millichap Research Services, MPF Research, Bay Area News Group

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Our Community of Supporters We are grateful to you, our donors and community partners, for your support this past fiscal year (July 1, 2014June 30, 2015) which inspired and supported more than 950 low-income and at-risk residents. Together, we are helping to 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. Please call us at (925) 944-2247, and we will be happy to correct our records. 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 950 formerly homeless and low-income residents; helps to meet emerging needs and challenges; and reflects the shared spirit of our community to come together to strengthen and encourage residents to reach their fullest potential.

Benefactor’s Circle

($100,000 or more) Dean & Margaret Lesher Foundation

Leadership Circle

($25,000-$49,999) Anonymous The San Francisco Foundation Thomas J. Long Foundation

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Safe Place Supporters

($10,000-$24,999) Anonymous Crescent Porter Hale Foundation East Bay Community Foundation Theresa Falk Susan Parker Hill and Stephen Hill Justice, Justice Foundation Lafayette Orinda Presbyterian Church Schwab Charitable Fund Joanne and Paul Schweibinz

Investors

($5,000-$9,999) Foundation for American Faith Frank Gilliland Theresa and Duane Rustad Liz and Les Simmonds St. Perpetua Catholic Church St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church Warren & Katherine Schlinger Foundation Wells Fargo Foundation


Champions

($2,500-$4,999) Cherida Collins Smith Danville Congregational Church Carol Gilliland Grace Presbyterian Church Orinda Community Church Philip Park Prudential California Community Foundation Patricia Proctor The San Francisco Foundation St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church Janet and Gottfried Tittiger Union Bank

Mentors

($1,000-$2,499) Ann and Peter Appert Rev. Laura Barnes Chris Berge Mindy and Bill Bush Community Economics First Presbyterian Church of Concord Ariane Habets Susan and Richard Hare Family Foundation Kiwanis Club of Moraga Valley Foundation Lafayette Community Foundation Kathy and Norman Lescure Linda and Fred Milanovich Morgan Stanley Mt. Diablo Unitarian Universalist Church Our Savior’s Lutheran Church Yolanda and Thomas Peeks Sue and Les Polgar Ryder Family Foundation

San Ramon Valley United Methodist Church Beryl and Ivor Silver Janice and Ray Stephens Diane and Harold Steuber Temple Isaiah Walnut Creek Presbyterian Church Eric and Emily Wight The Wight Fund at Schwab Charitable

Believers

($500-$999) Janet Ahlgren Long and Christopher Long Vickie Barclay Kathleen and Richard Bowles Donald Clemetson Concord United Methodist Church Congregation B’nai Shalom Carol and Bradley Davis Episcopal Church of the Resurrection Nancy and Steven Falk Sue Gibbons Shirley and Bill Guthreau Adam Hamalian Grace and Peter Hartdegen Kristin Johnson Kaiser Community Matching Gift Program Elizabeth Karplus Kiwanis Club of San Ramon Valley Frank Krisnowich Sandra and Doug Leich Claire and James Marchiano Anne Moulds Nonprofits Insurance Alliance of California Sally and Don O’Neal Karen and Jack Pacheco

Virginia L. Semrau Rabbi Judy Shanks and James Gracer Linda Tedjakusuma and Howard Bulos Kathleen and Richard Thompson Vanguard Charitable

Allies

($250-$499) Georgia Alley Linda and Robert Ambrose Joan and Lyndon Arscott Mary Lou Blumer Nancy and Ed Bradley Sarah Cahill Phyllis and Harvey Ceaser Sylvia Chatagnier Cindy and David Durant Judy and David Fassler Joyce and Carl Feil Judith and Ross Fisher Sandy and Robert Goldberg Wilson Jackson Kiwanis Club of Walnut Creek Stephen Krochmal Lafayette United Methodist Church Mark Scott Construction MassMutual Peace Lutheran Church Ilene and Andrew Scharlach Kathleen and Thomas Schuenzel St. Anne’s Society St. Bonaventure Catholic Community St. Paul’s Episcopal Church

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Enthusiasts

($100-$249) Anonymous Sue Adler-Bressler and Dave Bressler Sandra and David Anderson Barbara and Melvin Bacher Ann and Bart Baer Jane Bergland-Serr Beth Chaim Congregation Emily Blanck Pepe Bowman Kate and Kurt Braun Elizabeth Brunsvold Debbie and Stephen Burrows Beth and Harry Byrne Janice Callentine

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Elizabeth and Thomas Clogher Chris and Dean Coons Penny and Jameson Davis Ramona Davis Elizabeth and Robert De Chene Nancy and Gary De Weese Jennifer DiPrisco Ellen Docili Deborah and David Enelow Eenee and Mark Ferrano Eric Frank Sherrie Kay Fraser Liz and John Ganey Julia Gearhart General Reinsurance Corporation Dorothy and Charles Glass Helen Greenwood Anne and Marshall Grodin Marlene Hall Carol and Vern Hance Shirley Hausser Karen and Edward Hefter Pam and Bill Herrera Nancy and David Hill Ann Hirsch Mary Holden-Artist and Richard Holden Scott Hovey Bill Jones Carol Krueger Jones Susan and Erik Kapelke Elaine and Alan Kaufman Jack Kemp Julie Kennedy Karen Klarreich and Walter Wilson Diane Kurtz

Terry and Tim Leach Jennie and Walter Lessmann Lorraine and Cameron Lyon Judith Marsh John C. McClure II Jacqueline McKinley Claire and Donald Meredith Sandra Moriarty Lois and Fred Nelson Network for Good Anne Marie Nugent and Jim Walberg Maureen and Mark Nuti Jacinta Pister and Richard Whitmore Ellen and Steve Poling Evie and Kish Rajan Edna and Jim Reiter Pamela Rey and Jeffrey Hicks Donna and Joe Saba Emmelie Sabatte and Arthur Woo Sandy and Mary Sandri Peggy and Don Schnoor Sigma Alpha Iota - East Bay Chapter Silicon Valley Community Foundation Katrina and Rick Silvani Marla and Jim Simon Shant Singh Nancy and Wayne Snyder St. Ignatius of Antioch Catholic Church Robert Taines Deanna Tom Stella Tsakonas and Robert Mull Vision Service Plan Gail Walden Judith and Robert Wilkenfeld Marilyn and Robert Wilkens


Elizabeth and Robert Williams Harry Wolf

Friends

(Up to $99) Constance Adachi Mary Adair Laura and Daniel Baker Linda and Rob Baker Linda and Michael Bandler Roberta and Marvin Baron Colleen Bender Claire and John Bevis Jacqui and Eric Blair Sarah and Steven Blumenfeld Terri and Jack Bookbinder Eileen Bordenave Louise Bourassa and Peter Linfoot Janet and Donald Buenting Susanne Chambers and David Lee Johnson Chevron Matching Employee Funds Carol and Peter Chrobak Church Women United Mary and Richard Collett Charlotte Cranmer Catherine Crowell Virginia and Carlos Cuellar Margie Darlington Darlene and John Delucchi June Deme Marie Duncan Annette Dunton Linda and Ronald Elsdon Ellen Emold Mary Fenelon

First Christian Church of Concord Karen and Charles Fiske Ann and Robert Fletcher Judith Foley Robert Freda Valerie and David Gardner Karen and William Gourdin Evelyn and Rabbi Roberto Graetz Diane and Carl Grant Faith and Daniel Greenberg Linda Mino Hall and Tom Hall May and John Hanecak Katherine Hatch Judy and Brad Heckman Ida Henderson Audrey Hollander Hillary and David Hoppock Cheryl Jennings Karen Jones Patricia Kramer Martha Landon Joan Lewerenz Anne and Richard Long Susan and Eddie Martinazzi Marilyn Mitosinka Margaret and Philip Morrill Marilyn and Thomas O’Connell Barbara and Thomas Preston Patricia Petrie Joyce Pollack Wanda Remmers Shelly Ress-Weinstein and Arnold Weinstein Valerie and Robert Rodriguez Leah Rolnick-Brunstein Lillian and Jonathan Roselin

Nancy Ross-Madnick and Seth Madnick Nancy Satterford and Paul Theiss Gail Schumpert Kate Schwertscharf Joy and Sanford Severin Mary and Leroy Shipley Andrea Simms and Albert Dytch Stephen Smith Gerda and Johan Snapper Linda and Richard Staaf Elaine and Leon Starkman Tanya and Jonathan Strauss Carolyn and Purushottam Tambwekar Judith and David Tedesco Ann and Norman Thelwell Decky Thornton Patricia Turkovich West and Phillip West Maureen and Mark Vierengel Donald Wacks Sandra Watkins and Darnel Diaconis Joan and John West

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In Honor of:

Rabbi Roberto Graetz and family Ellen Emold Rabbi Judy Shanks and James Gracer Rabbi Roberto Graetz Elaine and Alan Kaufman Sue Adler-Bressler and Dave Bressler Harry Wolf Louise Bourassa Reverend Dr. Laura Barnes Lillian and Jonathan Roselin Leland Douglas Evelyn and Rabbi Roberto Graetz Linda Elsdon Louise Bourassa and Peter Linfoot Mary Fenelon Sue and Les Polgar Theresa Falk Carol and Vern Hance Sandy and Mary Sandri Kevin and Nancy Hubert Walter Wilson and Karin Klarreich Donna Kaulkin Evelyn and Rabbi Roberto Graetz Claire Marchiano Claire and James Marchiano John C. McClure II Erin McClure Anne Moulds Gail Schumpert Les and Sue Polgar Mary Fenelon Charie Reid Pepe Bowman

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Jack Kemp Marlene Hall Susan Rideout Julie Kennedy Jane Sedley Leah Rolnick-Brunstein Judith Foley Todd Severin Joy and Sanford Severin Ivor Silver Evelyn and Rabbi Roberto Graetz Liz Simmonds Orinda Community Church Deb Smith Stephen Smith Decky Thornton Marilyn Mitosinka Virginia and Carlos Cuellar Donna and Joe Saba Mary Adair Ygnacio Valley Presbyterian Church Sylvia Chatagnier Barbara Walden Jane Bergland-Serr Nancy and Tom Wander Carol Gilliland Sara Marsh and Karen Pfeifer Judith Marsh

In Memory of:

Merrilyn Krider Stephen Krochmal Kristin Pankonin Nancy and Wayne Snyder Andy Richey

Decky Thornton Estelle Snitzer Susan and Eddie Martinazzi Beryl and Ivor Silver Peggy and Don Schnoor Frank Walden Jane Bergland-Serr

In-Kind Donors

Mindy Aiello Alamo Smiles Dental Group Charlotte and Robert Anderson Barry Behr Gloria Bertolozzi and Jeff Morrow Beth Chaim Congregation Bill’s Ace Hardware Jeanne Boyd Nancy and Ed Bradley Norm and Jennifer Brudigam Rose Brudigam Bronco Baseball Academy California Lithographers Mary Carpenter Zia Chernyak Carol and William Chiasson Concord United Methodist Church Congregation B’nai Shalom Leora Cope and Gary Pearl Pam and Joe Cunningham Danville Congregational Church Encore, Inc. Episcopal Church of the Resurrection Lisa Fairfield Amy Faltz and Tony Crea Joshua Feller


Mary Fenelon Leslie and R.W. Firth Barbara Forester Muriel Fryer Grace Presbyterian Church Faith and Daniel Greenberg Jon Griffin Julie Grisham Marlene Hall Leanne Hamaji Erik Hanson Hillcrest Congregational Church Randall Hobbet Home Depot Xochitl and Gary Ibarra JFK University Expressive Arts Camp Erin Jones and Gene Seip Kaur Photography Sherrie Kay Fraser Kiwanis Club of Walnut Creek Archana Komandur Lafayette Orinda Presbyterian Church Lamorinda Sunrise Rotary Jamie LaPierre Patti and Mike Leigh Sandra and Doug Leich Jenny Lin Lindsay Wildlife Experience Renee and Robert Little Randi and Herb Long Deb Lowry Lisa and Tony Maurino Michelle and Ian McGowan Trudy Meigs and Richard Celano Nita Metha

Anita Michel Linda Mino Hall and Tom Hall Mt. Diablo Landscape Mt. Diablo Unitarian Universalist Church Sharon Noble Nancy Norland Orchard Supply Hardware - Concord Orchard Supply Hardware - Moraga Orinda Community Church Party City Al and Alice Perez Bridget Peters Joanne Peterson Bobbie and Thomas Preston Lori Proctor Patty Proctor Erica Randall Katie and Christopher Rector Grant Reiling Shelly Ress-Weinstein Susan and Jeffrey Rideout Patricia Riske Joe Schellenberg Mark Scott Anne Sharland Les and Liz Simmonds Marlene Smith Stephanie Snyder Suzanne Soberanes St. Bonaventure Catholic Community St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church Diane and Richard Stein Tanya and Jonathan Strauss Ann Sussman Lisa Suttles

Billie Mae Taylor Dorothy and Ronald Taylor Jessica Thomas Mary Lou Till Tony La Russa’s Animal Rescue Foundation Peter Tourtellotte Trinity Lutheran Church Antoinette and Antonio Valla Val Hansen and Steve Weimer Sue Waller Cathy and Curtis Whitley Sarah Wilcox Jessica and Mary Anne Winig

Community Partners

City of Pleasant Hill Contra Costa County, AIDS Program Contra Costa Health Services, Mental Health Division Contra Costa County, Employment and Human Services Mercy Housing California Resources for Community Development Saint Mary’s College of California US Department of Housing and Urban Development

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RUBY SLIPPERS CCIH’s annual gala, Ruby Slippers, was a huge success thanks to the generosity of more than 330 donors, sponsors, friends. You are making a difference.

Committee

Louise Bourassa Debbie Burrows Michelle Chan Nancy Reese Clark Jacqueline Crist Bonnie Field Elba Goostree Kathy Groover Barbara Hodgkinson Nancy Hubert Erin Jones Wendy Levich Sandra Martin Monika Orrey Alice Perez Trudy Presser Carmen Schiavone Joanne Schweibinz Andrea Scott Mardjan Taheripour Joan Toney Courtney Wilcox

Presenting Sponsor

($15,000) Carolyn and Michael Bealmear

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Ruby Sponsors

($5,000) Compass Marketing Destination Wealth Management Mary and Walter Muller Susan and Jeffrey Rideout Temple Isaiah

Diamond Sponsors

($2,500) A Loveable Feast Laura Barnes Stephanie and Doug Bontemps Louise Bourassa and Peter Linfoot Sally and Don O’Neal Charie Reid Summit Bank

Sapphire Sponsors

($1,250) Suzanne and Mike Lescure Pleasant Hill Coin & Jewelry Exchange

Pearl Sponsors

($500) The Covello Group Congregation B’nai Shalom Sandy and Robert Goldberg Bonnie and David Ramm Resources for Community Development Seiler Epstein Ziegler & Applegate, LLC

Outright Gifts and Fund-a-Need $10,000 or more Julie and Paul Candau The Jewish Community Foundation $5,000 - $9,999 Betty Bond Stephanie and Doug Bontemps Suzanne and Mike Lescure Joanne and Paul Schweibinz $2,500 - $4,999 Kimberly Anderson Ann and Peter Appert Marilyn and Greg Bayer Elaine and Craig Davis Humana Rene and Henry Kim Randi and Herb Long Sue and Jim Nagle Bonnie and David Ramm Arlene Sirott Antoinette and Antonio Valla $1,000 - $2,499 Courtney and Steve Anderson Sandra and Shaun Collard Patti and Richard Collyer Ena and Mark Cratsenburg Jacqueline Crist Alicia Faugier First Republic Bank

Diana and Kent Godfrey Evelyn and Rabbi Roberto Graetz Kathleen and Matt Haley Evelyn and Tom Johnston Joan and John Keegan Mary and Terry McGlynn Kyra Kennedy and Pat McGrath Connie and Paul Menzies Leslie and Chuck Murray Lynn and Bill Naylor Mary and Jim Neighbor Nichole and Erick Ormsby Charie Reid Christina and Adam Richards Susan and Tom Rochford Kathryn and Harvey Rudman Schwab Charitable Fund Liz and Les Simmonds Elizabeth and Don Stanners John VandeBrooke Cathy and Mark VandenBerghe Renee Breber Zolantakis and PeterZolantakis $500 - $999 Carson and Jim Beckemeyer Gloria Bertolozzi and Jeff Morrow Dee and Bert Brook Debbie and Stephen Burrows Donna and Ned Comar Joy and Doug DeVenny Amy Faltz and Tony Crea Carol Gerich


Lynn Gitomer and Dan Weiner Sandy and Robert Goldberg Erin Jones and Gene Seip Jack Kemp Joyce and John Klassen Wendy Levich Virginia Lukkes Melanie and Azmie Madanat John C. McClure II Mari and Sam Parino Gail Peterson Peggy and Richard Peyla Joy and Sanford Severin Beryl and Ivor Silver Deborah and Peter Talbot Pam and Doug Taylor Deveney and Larry Totten Janet and Alex Trzesniewski Ellen and Craig Whittom $250 - $499 Kimberly Anderson Natalina and Dario Bernardi Shanna and Gary Boomershine Carol and William Chiasson Dianne Clark Molly Daws Rabbi Aderet and Brett Drucker Caroline Egan Jean and Chad Follmer Allison and Murril Gash Trudy and Kevin Lovell Elaine Lugo Erin McClure Anne Marie Nugent and Jim Walberg

Suzy Pak and Mark Gundacker Ginny and Royce Paulsen Grace and Jerome Paolini Kanda Raj Sarah Saddik Goozee Heather and Keith Stanford Anne Webster Linda Wohlrabe Karyn and Mark Wolff Cynthia Zimmerman $100 - $249 Mary Jo and Bruce Brady Francesca and James Cervantes Laura Crane and Philip Linfoot Jill and David Douglas Nancy and Steven Falk Kate and Brad Frey Alexandra Gray and Todd Bealmear Julie Grenley Linda Mino Hall and Tom Hall Lori Lane William Mougeot Mary and Scott Newman Dot and Kevin Price Shelly Ress-Weinstein and Arnold Weinstein Laarni and Don Shimizu Beth Stoep and Sheri Wenzel Stephenie and Dan Teichman Mary Terjeson Nancy Tomkins Joan and Fred Toney

Lisa and Fred Toth Gwen Watson Maureen Wilhelm Lisa Wright Up to $99 Congregation B’nai Shalom Danville Congregational Church Sharon and Thomas Francis Elise and David Hatchell Diane and Richard Stein Janet and David Van Etten

In-Kind Donors

A Loveable Feast A.C.T. Ace Dance Academy Eileen Ackley Arthur Murray Dance Studio Artisan Bistro Beach Blanket Babylon BellaGrace Vineyards Bent Creek Winery Berkeley Playhouse Berkeley Rep Natalina and Dario Bernardi

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In-Kind Donors

(continued) Gloria Bertolozzi and Jeff Morrow Bette’s Oceanview Diner Stephanie and Doug Bontemps Boundary Oak Golf Course Louise Bourassa and Peter Linfoot Missy and Mark Braccia Kelly Bradley Joan and Conrad Breece Buttercup Grill & Bar Jennifer Buckley Debbie Burrows Cal Shakes Casa Orozco Michelle and Bill Chan Charles R. Vineyards Compass Marketing Concannon Vineyards Contra Costa Wine Group Jacqueline Crist Jay Croft Cuda Ridge Wines Pam and Joe Cunningham Danville Congregational Church: Cyprus Circle and Oak Circle Dave Delong School of Golf Destination Wealth Management Disneyland Kim and Mark Drucker El Charro Joanne Elgaaen

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Amy Faltz and Tony Crea Lindsay Wildlife Experience Mary Fenelon Donna and John Linfoot Bonnie and Andrew Field Richard Mangini Elizabeth and John Ganey John C. McClure II Mike Gifford McGrail Vineyards and Winery Carol Gilliland Aliza Metzner Karen Goldberg Monique Modelo Golden Skate Moraga Country Club Grand Wailea Mary and Walter Muller Anne and Reigh Granlund Nails by Mavis Kathy Hallock Robert Nakamura Heller Jewelers Napa & Sonoma Valley Jodi Henrekin Bike Tours Barbara Niles Canyon Railway and Alan Hodgkinson Nothing Bundt Cakes Hotel Shattuck Plaza Oakwood Athletics Club Nancy and Kevin Hubert Jennifer O’Neal Indulge Salon Grace and Jerome Paolini JC Cellars Pat Hague Erin Jones and Gene Seip Paxti’s Pizza Julie Cheshire Photography Peju Province Winery Kathleen Burke Designs Pier 39 Ellen and James Kocins Nancy Pinio Joyce and John Klassen Powell’s Sweet Shoppe Kaur Photography Trudy and Bruce Presser Kepler’s Golf Primus Winery Kyra Kennedy Prisoner Wine Company and Pat McGrath Purple Orchid Wine Country KFOG Resort & Spa La Mediterranee Quintessa Winery Lafayette Car Wash Linda Rausch Lashify Studio Retzlaff Vineyards Lavande Nail Spa & Boutique Pamela Rey and Jeffrey Hicks Lawrence Hall of Science Susan and Jeffrey Rideout Wendy Levich Rialto Cinemas

Rock Wall Wine Co. Rodrigue Molyneaue Winery Ed Rogers Ruth Bancroft Garden Salvatore Ristorante Italian Sandra Martin Skin Care & Makeup Studio Carmen Schiavone and Rob Melrose Annette and Ron Schmidt Joanne and Paul Schweibinz Silver Oak Cellars Skinsense SkinSpirit Sonoma Raceway St. George Spirits Stacey and Guy Schwartz Nancy and Wayne Snyder Ginger and Fred Stambaugh SusieCakes Mike Swernoff Symmetry Bodywork Louise Tanno Temple Isaiah TLC Haircare Joan and Fred Toney Beverly Tracewell Kelly Webster Kelly Welch Wente Vineyards Emmelie Woo Zulu Nyala


Financials

Individuals 9%

Source of Funds Individual Contributions Corporations and Foundations Government Grants Faith Community Contributions Special Events, Net Fee for Service Investment Income Total

9% 17% 28% 4% 16% 26% < 1% 100%

Use of Funds Direct Client Services Administration Fundraising Capital Improvements Program Reserve* Total

63% 899,708 6% 73,609 7% 104,103 8% 110,546 16% 222,162 100% $ 1,410,128

124,162 238,513 399,705 58,433 220,031 365,895 3,389 $ 1,410,128

Fee for Service 26%

Corporations & Foundations 17%

Government Grants 28%

Faith Communities 4%

Reserve 16% Capital Improvements 8% Fundraising 7%

* Includes $150,000 three-year pledge

Special Events, Net 16%

Direct Client Services 63%

Administration 6%

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Volunteers Making a Difference

Celebrating Student Success Homework Club volunteers in Pittsburg and Bay Point celebrate a successful school year at the end-of-the-year BBQ.

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Feeding the Spirit Volunteers from Japanese Christian Church provide dinner at a monthly resident meeting at Garden Park Apartments and cuddle with our newest resident!


Holiday Adopt-A-Family Girl Scouts wrap and provide beautiful gifts for residents during our holiday Adopt-A-Family effort.

Diaper Drive Kiwanis Club of Moraga Valley collects and delivers diapers for families in need.

Nurturing Healthy Living Eagle Scout Adam Rideout led the garden bed project at Garden Park Apartments enabling residents to grow and harvest their own vegetables.

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Board of Directors Jeff Rideout, MD, Chair Carol Gilliland, Vice Chair Charie Reid, Secretary Jerry Williams, Treasurer Michael Bealmear

Stephanie Bontemps Rabbi Aderet Drucker Mary Fenelon Rabbi Roberto Graetz Evelyn Johnston

Father John Kasper John C. McClure II Mary Muller Thomas Peeks Steve Seiler

Member Faith Community Partners Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Christ the King Catholic Church Beth Chaim Congregation Concord United Methodist Church Congregation B’nai Shalom Danville Congregational Church Episcopal Church of the Resurrection First Presbyterian Church of Concord Grace Presbyterian Church Hillcrest Congregational Church Lafayette-Orinda Presbyterian Church Lafayette United Methodist Church Mt. Diablo Unitarian Universalist Church New Hope Community Church Orinda Community Church

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


How You Can Help Become a volunteer.

Volunteers provide a much needed resource of support to our families, especially children. Volunteer opportunities include becoming an afterschool tutor in one of our Homework Clubs, hosting dinner at a monthly resident meeting, coordinating our furnishings program, becoming involved in our Backpack Drive or Holiday Adopta-Family efforts, or serving on the Ruby Slippers committee to help raise much needed support for our programs, to name just a few.

Advocate for affordable housing.

Attend a city council meeting, write your local congressperson, and raise your voice in support of new, affordable housing in the community. We receive calls daily

from desperate families living in their cars, couch surfing, or just unable to afford their rising rents in Contra Costa County. To successfully solve poverty and homelessness, we must commit to increasing affordable housing for all.

Make a gift.

We welcome your partnership and support of our programs to help end poverty and homelessness in Contra Costa County. Gifts may be made online at www. ccinterfaithhousing.org or mailed to our office.

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. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I give to Contra Costa Interfaith Housing (CCIH), 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.â&#x20AC;? You may also name CCIH as a beneficiary of your IRA, 401(K) or other qualified plan, or life insurance policy. Our federal tax ID is 91-1797391. This allows you to benefit from lifetime withdrawals and avoid estate taxation. For more information, please visit www.ccinterfaithhousing.org or call us at (925) 944-2247. We remain truly grateful for your interest and support!

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