2013 Annual Report

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2013 ANNUAL REPORT HEALTHY BABIES EARLY CHILDHOOD SUPPORTING TEENS POSITIVE PARENTING FAMILY RESOURCES WORKPLACE OLDER ADULTS


ON THE COVER

“My nurse helps me find the resources I need to help take care of my boys as they grow. She also helps me prepare, so I know what to do when they hit different milestones. She teaches me so many skills like how to change them, when I can begin feeding them certain foods and what to do when they are cranky and tired. I learn a lot during each visit.� -Lanaya, NFP client, with her sons Dominic and Nicholai Cover photo by Sally DeWees

Opposite page: Photo of Leslie Newman by Elisa Komins Morris Photo of Jennifer Jonach provided.


Delaware families. We refined our statement of purpose, often called a mission statement: Children & Families First helps children facing adversity on their journey to adulthood. We use proven methods to help families raise their children so they can flourish. As part of this strategic review, we committed to

DEAR FRIENDS, At Children & Families First, we believe that strong families are the foundation of strong communities. In 2013, we were proud to serve more than 40,000 individuals, helping to build a community where children are nurtured and safe, individuals are valued, and families are strong. To ensure we provide the best possible service to our clients, we continued to implement new evidence-based strategies that have been tested and proven to make a difference around the country. For example, our Seaford House staff was trained in a model called Collaborative Problem Solving, designed to help teens in our residential and day treatment programs understand the consequences of their behaviors. This proven method changed the environment at Seaford House, increasing our ability to engage with the youth and help them learn to problem solve more effectively. We also began a new program to decrease the number of adolescents entering the foster care system. Families benefited from implementation of models known as Functional Family Therapy and /or Family Keys to address issues that exacerbate parent-child conflict. The results demonstrated a measureable decline in youth placement in foster care and allowed children to stay with their birth family. To support the development of children on their way to selfsufficiency, we continued to

enhance our work in the education world. Our four newest community schools (at Warner and Shortlidge in the Red Clay School District and Frederick Douglass and Seaford Middle in the Seaford School District) worked to build programming for children and families specific to the needs of the communities in which they are located. The goal is school success! We also worked with early childhood providers in both family settings and centers who were struggling to improve the quality of care. In addition to technical assistance to early childhood programs, we administered technology and capital grants to help providers achieve a higher rating in STARS, Delaware’s childcare quality rating system. While our programmatic success is measured by changes in the behaviors, attitudes and skills of the people we serve, the overwhelmingly positive feedback from our clients, stakeholders, and staff reinforces that we are doing a great job: • 98% of clients would recommend CFF to their family and friends • 98% of stakeholders believe that they have a positive collaborative relationship with CFF • 98% of staff believe they have the ability to make a difference We were also named a Top Workplace in Delaware by the News Journal for the third year in a row! In 2013 our board and staff began a strategic process of evaluating our portfolio of services aimed at strengthening

• Focus on an integrated continuum of evidence-based services performed by our organization as well as our partners • Track and improve long term outcomes for youth and families • Define and implement the resources needed to sustain these mission critical objectives. Our planning process continues, but we are on our way to meet these challenging objectives! We will move to a more client-centric model that follows families across programs, services and organizations, and continues to engage with them over the long-term so that we can truly see the impact of the services we provide. It is very exciting to be moving to a different model of doing business truly focused on achieving lasting change for the children and families we serve. We value our partnerships and the community supports that are essential to helping us make a difference. We hope that you share in the pride that comes from strengthening families and building safe, nurturing, and sustainable communities. Thank you for your generous support and for being part of a team working to make a significant difference for children and families in Delaware!

Leslie Newman CEO

Jennifer B. Jonach Chair, Board of Directors


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2013 Board of Directors

2013 Board Officers Jennifer B. Jonach, Chair Katy Connolly, Vice Chair Barbara S. Ridgely, Ed. D., Secretary Peter A. Hazen, Treasurer Paul L. McCommons, Assistant Treasurer

2013 Board Of Directors Sandra H. Autman Jessica C. Bain Sherry Brilliant Don C. Brown P. Clarkson Collins, Jr., Esq. Thomas P. Collins, Esq.

Sally DeWees Gayle Dillman JosĂŠ F. Echeverri Veronica O. Faust, Esq. George W. Forbes III Gary M. Golden Patricia Walther Griffin, Esq. N. Christopher Griffiths, Esq. Pamela E. Harper Betsy A. Holden Nancy Karibjanian James G. Klabe, Jr. Ellen K. Levin Anthony J. Lewis Casey E. McCabe Shauna B. McIntosh, M.D. James H. McMackin III, Esq.


Wilma Mishoe, Ed.D. Heather A. O’Connell Kim Zeitler Robbins John F. Schmutz, Esq. Gina S. Schoenberg, Esq. Janice Rowe Tigani, Esq. Lee A. Wheeler

Advisory Board Angela B. Case Mary Jo Chandler Karen D. Doherty Megan T. Goeller Ted Kaufman Pauline D. Koch Hon. Jane P. Maroney

Robert R. Meade Stephen M. Mockbee Elizabeth T.B. Pierson Gilbert S. Scarborough III Joanne K. Sundheim, Esq. K. Jean Williams

Honorary Board Carol Harlan Aastad Max S. Bell, Jr., Esq. Joan McD. Connolly Dr. Lozelle J. DeLuz Glenn M. Engelmann, Esq. Katherine L. Esterly, M.D. Gloria S. Fine Carol A. Gausz

Larry D. Gehrke James H. Gilliam, Sr. Edward W. Goate, Ph.D. Susan A. Herrmann Hon. Mary M. Johnston John W. Land Stephen R. Permut, M.D. June Jenkins Peterson David B. Ripsom, Esq. Barbara F. Soulier

Chief Executive Officer Leslie Newman


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CORE SERVICES In 2013, CFF touched the lives of more than 40,000 individuals. The overwhelming majority (98%) of our stakeholders–clients, staff, donors and partners– would recommend CFF to others.

Healthy Babies Healthy babies become healthy children. We connect pregnant women with health care and social services to make sure that their babies are born healthy and stay healthy. The Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP) is an evidence-based program using nurse home visitors to provide comprehensive services to low-income, first-time pregnant women. The nurse follows the family through the child’s second birthday. Staff prepare women for delivery and parenthood and offer ongoing support and mentoring. Once the baby is born, the nurse ensures that the family is connected to well-baby care. NFP has a range of positive outcomes, including decreased child abuse and neglect. Smart Start/Healthy Families America (HFA) helps expectant and new parents get their children off to a healthy start. HFA uses nurses and social workers as home visitors to provide parents an opportunity to get the education and support they need at the time their baby is born, until their child turns three. HFA can serve moms who do not meet NFP criteria.

Early Childhood The early years of a child's life form the foundation of his or her future. Our Capacity Program helps prepare eligible early care programs for Delaware Stars, the state’s quality-rating system for child care, which works to improve early-care and education. Our Infrastructure Fund provides eligible early-care programs with funding for facility enhancements and technology. The Child and Adult Care Food Program assures that children in licensed child care receive nutritionally balanced meals.

Positive Parenting Being a parent is one of the world’s most important jobs, and also one of the

toughest. We offer assistance to parents and children to build skills and improve family communication. The Strengthening Families Program, a research-based family skills training series, and Delaware Cares classes for divorcing parents, are designed to address the needs of vulnerable families and teach them positive, effective ways to interact. Our Parent Aide program serves families that have an open case with the Division of Family Services, matching them with a parenting coach to improve skills and stability. We also offer several referral services to connect individuals and families to resources within the community. We provide Foster Care and Adoption services to help ensure the safety and well-being of vulnerable children. Children and youth of all ages who have experienced abuse, trauma or neglect are placed with loving, trained families who can provide the security they need.

Supporting Teens The teen years can be difficult – young adults must navigate the uncharted waters of relationships, sexuality, and a variety of sensitive adolescent issues. For some teens, the challenges can be even more complex – mental health issues, truancy or even juvenile justice involvement. Youth ages 12 to 20 may participate in ARC (Adolescent Resource Center), either through educational sessions that meet during the school day or at our afterschool medical clinics. The goal is to help teens decrease risk-taking and promote healthy choices. CFF also offers a program for girls ages 9 to 18 called Girls Circle, an evidence-based, structured support group which works to increase positive connection, personal and collective strengths, and competence in girls. For youth ages 12 to 15, we offer the Young Health Program: IM40™, an ini-


tiative of AstraZeneca and the United Way, designed to build assets in youth and help them be successful. Family Search & Engagement works with youth ages 10 to 17 who are at-risk of aging out of foster care. The program helps these youth connect to family members or other caring adults, for permanent placement or ongoing support. We help keep teens out of foster care with our Family Assessment and Intervention Response (FAIR) program in partnership with the Delaware Division of Family Services. Our Functional Family Therapy program is an evidence-based family counseling intervention for youth between the ages of 10 and 18 and their families who are struggling with behavioral problems and family conflict. We also serve youth with a primary mental health diagnosis through our Intensive Outpatient (IOP) Services. IOP offers a combination of individual and family therapy in conjunction with case management and psychiatric care for youth and their families in Kent and Sussex Counties. Seaford House provides residential and day treatment to teens with mental health and behacioral issues who need more intensive supports.

Family Resources Strong families are the foundation of strong communities. Children & Families First is the lead partner in the Community Schools initiative, public-private partnerships targeting schools with high rates of poverty and poor academic performance in the Christina, Red Clay and Seaford school districts. Community Schools work to ensure that children arrive at school healthy and ready to learn; families and community members are fully

engaged as respected partners in the success of the children; and that the basic needs of children, their families, and neighbors are met. Our AccessCare Child Care Referral Service, a free service accessed online or by telephone, helps users identify child care centers, family and child care homes, preschools, school-age programs and camps. The Respite Online Referral Service allows caregivers to search for Delaware providers who offer care options for both child and adult respite care, and our Kinship Navigator is a free referral service for families who are caring for other relative’s children.

Workplace Supports Work plays a significant role in many of our lives. Children & Families First helps people find meaningful employment in Kent and Sussex Counties through our Rise Up/Keep-A-Job program. We also work with employers around the nation to provide back-up dependent care coverage through the Just in Time Care® program, so that last-minute dependent care emergencies don’t need to cause confusion and missed work days.

Older Adults Americans are living longer, more productive lives. Nearly one in eight Americans is age 65 or older. Grand Time Off provides respite for grandparents or relatives who are raising other family members’ children. Caregivers are helped to find and pay for short-term, occasional child-care needs. Our Elder Care Referral Service helps individuals identify service providers to meet older relatives’ needs and educational materials to help make informed choices.

OURMISSION Children & Families First helps children facing adversity on their journey to adulthood. We use proven methods to help families raise their children so they can flourish.

OURVISION Communities where children are nurtured and safe, individuals are valued, and families are strong.


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How donors like

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HEALTHY BABIES 89% of babies born in the Nurse Family Partnership program were at full gestational age, a significant indicator of infant health.

85% of babies born in the Healthy Families America/Smart Start program had a healthy birth weight.

The Child & Adult Care Food Program made it possible for child care centers and family child care homes to serve 1,157,119 healthy meals. Delaware Stars continued to improve child care quality, with 82 enrolled centers moving up one or more star levels. 10 programs moved to the highest rating of Star Level 5.

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EARLY CHILDHOOD

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SUPPORTING TEENS

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ARC Education helped 17,281 young adults increase their knowledge about puberty, contraception, and responsible decision-making. 76% of teens and parents in our Functional Family Therapy program reported an improved relationship with each other.


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POSITIVE PARENTING

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85% of families who finished the Strengthening Families Program reported an improvement in family communication.

163 children received care in the welcoming homes of our highly trained foster parents.

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100% of special needs adoptions were finalized without disruptions.

FAMILY RESOURCES Analysis of 130 students who received targeted services from our Eastside Community Schools program reflected that 71% improved their grades to proficiency by the end of the school year. More than 10,000 child care, elder care, and respite care information requests were fulfilled through our free referral services.

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THE WORKPLACE 99% of those enrolled in the Just In Time Care™ service indicated they were able to get to work because of JITC™.

74% of clients in the Rise Up Welfare-to-Work program achieved 36 consecutive weeks of participation in employment or training.

SUPPORTING ELDERS 100% of Grand Time Off participants reported that the service met their needs & would recommend the service to others.


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2013 A Taste for Art

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n March 8, 2013, Children & Families First hosted A Taste for Art: Passport to France at the Greenville Country Club. Guests sampled Frenchthemed culinary delights made from donated local ingredients by student chefs while shopping for works made by area artists. We had a blast! Photos by Andrew Conrad Hensler

A Taste for Art Committee Co-Chairs

Katy Connolly Deborah Komins Ross Loneve Aronstam Helen Boulos Sherry Brilliant Sonja Brown Audy Carroccia Angela Case Amy Chapman Cindy Collins

Annie Coons Sally DeWees Susan Finizio Gayle Dillman Megan Goeller Jen Joy Lee Shauna McIntosh, M.D. Fredda Pennock Elizabeth Pierson Gina Schoenberg Pamela Sweeney Janice Rowe Tigani, Esq. LeeAnn Trudel Nancy Wolak Peggy Zugehar


Foundation & Corporate Sponsors Bank of America Delmarva Power DeWees Investment Consulting Group The DuPont Company Hatzel & Buehler, Inc. Healthy Smiles of Delaware, P.A. JP Morgan Chase Foundation The Laffey-McHugh Foundation M&T Bank Patterson Schwartz Real Estate PNC Foundation Seitz, Ross, Aronstam & Moritz WSFS Bank

Food & Beverage Sponsors Dawson’s Sea Foods Fairfax Discount Liquors Fierro Cheese FranksWine Harvest Market Paradocx Vineyard Pietro Mushrooms Wyebrook Farm

A Taste for Art Benefactors Jessica and Thomas Bain Mr. Jay Christian Deputy Gary and Betty Golden Neil and Carolyn Hockstein Chip and Katy Connolly Art† and Joan Connolly Ms. Nancy Karibjanian and Mr. Joseph Nemecz Artie and Marcie Kempner Michael and Ellen Kullman Ellen and Alan Levin Maureen and Michael Rhodes Jim and Janine Saber Joanne K. Sundheim, Esq. Mr. Larry Tarabicos Mr. and Mrs. Dana F. Walker Mr. and Mrs. John Wolak Larry and Joyce Zutz

A Taste for Art Patrons Andrew and Marci Aerenson Mr. and Mrs. Robert Aerenson Pamela and Grey Baker Helen and Tim Boulos Sherry and Jon Brilliant Jim and Mary Jo Chandler Tom and Cindy Collins Gayle and Jeffrey Dillman Ms. Deborah Ehrenthal Mr. and Mrs. Arthur P. Helmick, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. R. Eric Hutz Mr. Peter Kline and Ms. Jennifer B. Jonach Susan and Bernie Kelley Jeffry and Susan Komins

Lewis H. Lazarus, Esq. Ms. Carol Levin Ms. Pamela Lindvall Elisa and Bret Morris David B. Ripsom, Esq. Mr. and Mrs. James Semple David and Michelle Shepherd Mr. and Mrs. Rodger Smith Janice Rowe Tigani, Esq. Ms. Sue Weimer

A Taste for Art Donors Mr. Thomas Abel Karl and Tara Agne Brad and Loneve Aronstam Mr. and Mrs. Lee Asher Ms. Sandra H. Autman Mena and Chris Baldi Amy and Joe Barry David Baylor Ms. Regina Brothers Mr. and Mrs. Watson Brown Mr. and Mrs. Dick Burd Mrs. Angela Case Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Chapman Barrett and Rosemary Cobb Mr. and Mrs. Tom Connelly Hon. and Mrs. Christopher Coons Hon. Barbara Crowell Hon. and Mrs. Eric Davis Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dearlove Mr. and Mrs. John P. Doherty Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Dolan Mr. C. Ross Donovan Dr. Katherine L. Esterly Mr. and Mrs. GianClaudio Finizio Mr. Darryl Flaherty and Ms. Elena Norman Hon. Chip Flowers Mr. and Mrs. Robert Friz Errol and Ruth Ann Ger Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gooderham Mr. and Mrs. Ned Gordon Stuart and Suzanne Grant James and Patricia Griffin N. Christopher Griffiths, Esq. Mr. and Mrs. William Hartnett Peter and Laurie Hazen Ms. Leanne Hirsch George and Anne Hobbs Mr. and Mrs. Richard Immesberger Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Johnston John and Phyllis Kane Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kirlan Mr. and Mrs. James G. Klabe, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Erik Knudsen Ms. Ellen Kraft William and Melissa Lafferty Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Lee

Mr. Max Levenson Mr. and Mrs. Richard Levine Ms. Patricia Dailey Lewis Kevin Liedel Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Lloyd Ms. Pegeen Lodge Drs. James and Dawn Manley Mr. C. Roderick Maroney Joseph and Sandra Massa Al and Gretchen Mayne Dr. Shauna McIntosh Mr. Carl Minister III Ms. Kimberly Mitman Ms. Gail Morrison Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Mottola Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Mraz Leslie Newman Ms. Barbara Norman Mr. and Mrs. Tom O’Brien Mr. Mark R. Olazagasti Ms. Sue Oldenburg and Mr. David C. Klein Mr. Mark D. Olson and Ms. Jennifer Warren Ms. Ruth Ozolins Mr. Thomas Palmer and Ms. Ellen Lebowitz Dr. and Mrs. Stephen Pearlman Paul and Fredda Pennock Mr. and Mrs. Gary Perkins Dr. John T. Peters Dr. Adam L. Raben and Dr. Anne L. Martelli Ms. Laura Reilly Norman and Jill Rosenblum Ms. Carol Rothschild Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert S. Scarborough III Christopher and Catherine Scherer Mr. Barry Schlecker and Ms. Ginger Weiss Ms. Patricia Scott Ms. Joni Silverstein Sexton Ms. Jennifer Skowronksi Dr. Arlene Smalls Dr. S. G. Smith and Ms. Martha Gilman Dennis and Marcia Spivack Ms. Pam Stephani and Mr. Richard Morelli Ellen Stevens and Alla Rudawsky Bill and Chris Sudell Mr. and Mrs. Paul Svindland Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Tanzer Mr. William Taylor and Dr. Kristin Tigani-Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Tim Terranova Ms. Diane Thomas Greg and Judy Tigani Ms. Ruth Tingle Mr. and Mrs. Michael Weiss Dan and Angela Yochem Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Young Mr. Christian Zafiroglu and Ms. Lori Palmer Mr. and Mrs. Alan M. Zugehar † Deceased

SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR PARTICIPATING ARTISTS, STUDENTS & CHEFS Anna Biggs Designs Pamella Bounds–Seemans Sherry Brilliant Mary Jo Corroccia Luigi Ciuffetelli Photography Delcastle Technical High School Delaware Technical & Community College Sally Finch: Sara’s Country Chocolate Tom Frey

Stacy Gatti: The Potting Shed Errol Ger Margaret Gielis Aileen Horn Howard High School of Technology Kathy Klein: Sweet Beads Jewelry Jen Joy Lee Andy Lendway Heidi Lowe Rowena Macleod Alessandra Manzotti Photography Julie McCulloch: Libby Claire Designs Mia Muratori

Brian Marshall George Martz Barbara Neville James Newton Patti Paulus Katie Reynolds Peter Saenger St. Georges Vo-Tech High School William Penn High School Young@Art Colleen Zufelt


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Family Album Participants & Supporters

Mr. and Mrs. Jon E. Abramczyk Karl and Tara Agne Tony and Raina Allen Ms. Natalie Aussprung Mr. Leon Aussprung III Ms. Sandra H. Autman Mr. and Mrs. Steven Balick Bancroft Construction Co. Ms. Lauren Banyar Mr. and Mrs. Tom Banyar Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Barton III Ms. Susan Bennett Mr. and Mrs. Connor Bifferato Mr. and Mrs. R. Todd Binkley The Honorable Sheila Blakely Helen and Tim Boulos Mr. George Butler Mr. and Mrs. Allen D. Cartwright Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Chapman Mr. and Mrs. Michael Cole Ms. Josephine Cole Mr. Bryan Collins and Ms. Megan McGoldrick

Clark and Donna Collins Chip and Katy Connolly Mr. and Mrs. Jason Cross Ms. Caroline Cross Ms. Tania Culley Frank and Debbie Cuoco Delaware Neurosurgical Group, P.A. Dental Associates of Delaware (Brandywine Office) Theresa M. Devine, D.D.S. Ms. Lynne P. Ellick Mr. and Mrs. Robert Friz Mr. Charles Ganter and Christine Hansen Mr. James Garner and Ms. Lynda Johnson Ryan and Shannon German Megan and William Goeller Ms. Karen Graham Hansel & Gretel Mr. and Mrs. Robert Holden Horty & Horty, P.A. Tim and Robin Ireland

Dr. and Mrs. Seth L. Ivins Ms. Jeanne Johonnett Mrs. Alice Kamen Mr. and Mrs. Sean R. Kirker Mr. and Mrs. John W. Land Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Laskas Ms. Jennifer Lee Mr. and Mrs. Robert Love Mr. and Mrs. Ezekiel Maki Casey and Abbey McCabe Mr. and Mrs. Andrew McCuskey Ms. Jill McDonald Ms. Julie McGinnis Mr. and Mrs. William V. McGlinchey, Jr. John and Megan McIntyre Ms. Gina Medori Mr. Chris Monigle and Ms. Maureen Leffler Garrett and Christine Moritz Morris James LLP Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Morrison Mr. and Mrs. Brian Nilstoft Mike and Lynn Paxson


Mr. and Mrs. James Pedano Dr. and Mrs. Robert Penna Penna Orthodontics Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Perna Ms. Joelle Polesky-Margolin Mr. and Mrs. James Purcell Dr. and Mrs. Ray S. Rafetto Ms. Jeanne Rapley Mr. and Mrs. Raffaele C. Rappucci David and Deborah Ross Mr. and Mrs. Richard Roux Sanford School Ms. Diana Saunders

Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert S. Scarborough III Gina and Josh Schoenberg David and Michelle Shepherd Mr. and Mrs. Rodger Smith Mr. and Mrs. Alan Spiro Mr. and Mrs. Cal Stempel Mr. Richard Taormina and Ms. Karen Defino The Tatnall School Ms. Jodi R. Teitelman Tower Hill School Ms. Monique Valbuena

Ms. Ann Vaughan Kevin and Susan Waesco Dr. and Mrs. Patrick Wahl Mr. William Streck and Ms. Teri Weissgerber Mr. and Mrs. David Weyl Ms. Cathleen Wilder Ms. Dawn Williams Ms. Arlene Wilson Mr. and Mrs. David Woods

SPECIAL THANKS TO Elisa Komins Morris for donating her time and talents and to White Oak Landscapes for letting us shoot in their gorgeous setting. Photo above by Elisa Komins Morris


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2013 A Taste for Art of Southern Delaware The Clubhouse at Baywood Greens

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ur fourth annual A Taste for Art of Southern Delaware was held October 11, 2013, at the beautiful Clubhouse at Baywood Greens in Long Neck, DE. Guests mingled among the works of local artists and sampled delectable foods from area restaurants. Thanks to everyone who helped make the event a huge success!

A Taste for Art Committee Kari Ainsworth Jessica Bain Mary Bayliss Jennifer Bell Nancy Borreggine Patti Brown TC Cason Linda Jacobs Lucille Kurtz Gloria Merryman Donna Repass Bonnie Sunnergren Pat Thornton Melanie Withers

Foundation & Corporate Sponsors & Underwriters 16 Mile Brewing Company A Day in the Life Photography A.H. Angerstein, Inc. All Saints’ Parish Thrift Shop Atlantic Liquors Banks Wine & Spirits Carmean and Weidman Clean Cut Interlocking Pavers & Pools Mary Flaherty Bayliss Behind Closed Doors, LLC Coffin Hardwood Flooring, Inc. DecalGirl.Com East Coast Garden Center Eaton’s Wines and Spirits Global Delaware Fund Harvard Business Services, Inc. Hickman’s Package Store

Jay Stein Jeanine O’Donnell, State Farm Insurance Johnson Orthodontics KIA Massage LLC Law Offices of Edward C. Gill Lazy Susan’s Fat Hot Crabs Lessard Builders, Inc. Maria DeForrest Photography Meineke Car Care Center of Lewes Morris James LLP Murphy Electric, Inc. NRG Indian River Power Plant Oak Creek Wine & Spirits PNC Bank Ronald M. Coffin General Contractors, Inc. Sergovic, Carmean & Weidman, P.A. Stephan & Co. Salon & Spa Sussex Eye Center, PA Taylor’s Toffees Wilmington Trust Wealth Advisory


A Taste for Art Donors David and Regina Ashcraft Ms. Zakiya Bakari-Griffin Burton Realty, Inc. Col. and Mrs. Thomas Byrne Jerry and Carolyn Capone Ms. TC Cason and Ms. Lynda Schepler Mr. and Mrs. William Crist Ms. Tania Culley John and Katie Daniello Penny and John Deiner Ms. Kim Feinstein Irene and Howard Fick Ms. Patricia Gallagher Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Graff Ms. Karen Graham Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Green Krista and Stuart Griffin James and Patricia Griffin Mr. Bill Haughey Ms. Margaret Hertrich Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Holden

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Howard Mr. Max Hutsell and Ms. Courtney McWilliams-Hutsell Daniel and Debra Iammatteo Ms. Linda Jacobs Jefferson, Urian, Doane, & Sterner Ms. Carol Johnson Ms. Julie Johnson Greg and Susan Kelly Ms. Lucille Kurtz Mr. Anthony J. Lewis Bert and Penny Long John and Vicki Martin Sean and Martha McKinley Mr. Robert Meade Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller Ms. Donna Moller Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mrazeck Ms. Linda Mundy Thomas and Therese O’Brien Mr. Mark D. Olson and Ms. Jennifer Warren Tom and Linda Owings Ms. Bonnie Patrick

Mr. and Mrs. Ethan Rhodes The Hon. Henry and Dr. Barbara Ridgely Alix and Robert Robinson, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Ryan Mr. Russell Schall Eugene and Elizabeth Speicher Mr. Jason Stevenson Ms. Sara Tammany and Ms. Carole Levitsky Ms. Vivian Taylor The Bank of Delmarva Janice Rowe Tigani, Esq. Tunnell & Raysor, P.A. Walter and Jacqueline Urban Mr. James Vernicek Richard Wagner Bill and Nancy Wentzel Mr. and Mrs. David Wharton Mr. Richard Wheeler Ms. Martha Whitty Ms. Melanie Withers

SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR PARTICIPATING ARTISTS Mitzi Ash | Pamella Bounds–Seemans | Anne Buck | Kevin Fleming | Margaret Gielis | Nettie Green Kim Klabe | Heidi Lowe | Brian Marshall | Mike Veasey | Robert Bruce Weston | Libby Zando


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THANK YOU to all of our donors W

e’d like to thank all of the individuals, corporations, foundations, and groups who have made contributions. Every effort has been made to ensure that the information in this publication is correct. Please direct errors or omissions to the attention of the Development Department at (302) 658-5177 and accept our sincere apologies. For information on giving and a copy of the Donor Bill of Rights, visit: www.cffde.org/donate or call (302) 658-5177. Thank you for your generosity!

FRIENDS CAMPAIGN

Leader ($750-$1,249) Pamela and Grey Baker Mr. Ernest Demetriades Veronica and Skip Faust Visionary Megan and William Goeller ($2,000 and higher) Gary and Betty Golden AHE Fund Mr. Robert Gooderham and AWA Family Foundation Mrs. Catherine Dean Gooderham Karl and Kristin Bennett Stuart and Suzanne Grant Concerned Physicians Fund Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Grillo of Delaware Jim and Michelle Klabe Arthur† and Joan Connolly Michael and Ellen Kullman Enterprise Holdings Foundation Dr. and Mrs. Robert Laskowski Dr. Katherine L. Esterly Middle Run Charitable Foundation Jack and Jill of America Leslie Newman NCC Chapter Kevin and Valerie Noel Drs. William and Barbara Jaffee Dr. and Mrs. Nicholas Pappas Mr. Peter Kline and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rubin Ms. Jennifer B. Jonach Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert S. William and Melissa Lafferty Scarborough III Ellen and Alan Levin Family Foundation Peter and Carroll Shannon Ms. Heather A. O’Connell and Dr. S. G. Smith and Mr. Joseph A. Gabay Ms. Martha Gilman Pollyanna Foundation Mr. Jonathan Spracher Mr. and Mrs. John F. Schmutz Joanne K. Sundheim, Esq. Pat and Neil Washburn Mr. and Mrs. James D. Taylor Janice Rowe Tigani, Esq. Champion Mr. Nicholas O’Neill and ($1,250 - $1,999) Ms. Mary E. Valiante Mr. Don C. Brown and Ms. Lynn Howard Advocate Jim and Mary Jo Chandler ($500-$749) Clark and Donna Collins Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. George W. Forbes III Anthony and Catherine Ms. Carol A. Gausz Fusco Family Foundation Scott and Barbara Green Bancroft Construction Co. James and Patricia Griffin Mr. Dick Christopher Deborah and William Hartnett Tom and Cindy Collins Mr. William Johnston and Chip and Katy Connolly Hon. Mary Johnston Mr. and Mrs. John P. Doherty Kaufman Mayo Foundation Mr. Richard Elliott Artie and Marcie Kempner William and Jennifer Esposito Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Klesius Mr. Larry Gehrke Ms. Virginia Lockman Jason and Jennifer Hann-Deschaine Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. McCommons III Peter and Laurie Hazen Nanette and Tom Silveroli Stephen and Susan Herrmann Wayne and Betsy Holden

Richard James and Kirsten Olson Mr. Mitchell Karp Ms. Carol Levin Mr. Anthony J. Lewis Mr. and Mrs. John R. Malloy Kathy and Ed Mannello Hon. Jane Maroney Mrs. Joyce McGhee Mr. Craig Newman Mr. Michael Newman Mr. Mark R. Olazagasti Mr. and Mrs. Alan B. Palmer Ms. Edna Bennett Pierce Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pincus Maureen and Michael Rhodes Daniel and Nancy Rich David B. Ripsom, Esq. Tracy and Chip Rossi Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schnee Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Sharp III Dr. and Mrs. Charles Wang Dr. Andrew G. Weinstein Partner ($250-$499 ) Anonymous Ms. Sandra H. Autman Thomas and Jessica Coffin Bain Ms. Zakiya Bakari-Griffin Louis and Patricia Bartoshesky Sherry and Jon Brilliant Brooks Fellowship Fund Bruce and Jamie Chase Hon. and Mrs. Christopher Coons Mr. Joey Corrado Ms. Anne Cullom Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence DiSabatino Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Donaghy, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jose Echeverri Mr. Vinicius Felicissimo Soares Gloria and Paul Fine Anthony and Catherine Flynn Mr. William C. Gockley Mr. Charles Gordinier, Jr. Krista and Stuart Griffin Mr. and Mrs. Barry Guerke Ms. Pamela E. Harper Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Harris


Mrs. Dawn M. Hess-Fischer Ms. Eliza Hirst Mrs. Pamela Hoffman Mr. Rick Jensen Scott and Susan Johnson Ms. Nancy Karibjanian and Mr. Joseph Nemecz Ms. Gertrude D. Karp Gladstone Catherine and Tom LaPenta Richard and Marilyn Levin Bert and Penny Long Mr. Peter T. MacGaffin Casey and Abbey McCabe Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. McDowell Mr. and Mrs. Stephen M. Mockbee Mike and Lynn Paxson Mr. John C. Phillips, Jr. Ms. Tara Quinn Grafton and Deenie Reeves Hon. Henry and Dr. Barbara Ridgely David and Deborah Ross Ms. Carol Rothschild Gina and Josh Schoenberg Ms. Joni Silverstein Sexton Dr. Arlene Smalls Alvin and Iris Snyder Mr. and Mrs. A. Gilchrist Sparks III Ms. Karen Spring The Struthers Family Foundation Bill and Chris Sudell Mr. Larry Tarabicos Mr. Henry Topel †Ms. Lee Wheeler Larry and Joyce Zutz Friend ($100-$249) Anonymous (2) Andy and Carol Aastad Fran and Paul Altman Ms. Gwendoline B. Angalet Dr. Aguida Atkinson Mr. William Ullman and Ms. Kim Ayvazian Mrs. Mary Alice Bair Kirill and Katherine Bakeev Hons. Bernard and Helen Balick Ms. Mary Bayliss Mr. Ted Becker and Mr. Joseph Stewart Mr. Michael Bell Ms. Marcilee W. Bierlein Hon. and Mrs. Donald A. Blakey Clem and Kate Bowen Mike and Sandie Bowman Ms. Regina Brothers Ms. Kathy Brown Ms. Hattie Bull Ms. Susan P. Burns Jeff and Shannon Carmean Burton Jessica Byram Ms. Betty Cannon Anthony and Rosemary Cardinal Mr. Arthur A. Carota, Jr. Mr. Joseph Carpenter III Mr. and Mrs. R.R.M. Carpenter III Charles and Angela Case Timothy and Dianne Casey Chad and Diane Chandler Barrett and Rosemary Cobb Dr. and Mrs. Neal B. Cohn Dr. Arthur W. Colbourn Dr. and Mrs. Garrett Colmorgen Ms. Amy N. Connell Edward and Patricia Connor Marsha and John Corcoran

Betty and Jac Crowell Ms. Laura de Ramel Delaware Kids Fund Marilynn Denn, Ph.D. Mr. Michael Deptula Steven and Amy Descovich Gayle and Jeffrey Dillman Donald and Martha DeWees Foundation Mr. Aaron Durst Ms. Lynne P. Ellick Elmer and Mary Ann Fannin GianClaudio and Susan Finizio Mr. and Mrs. Israel J. Floyd, Esq. Mr. Edward Freel Jennifer and Al Gallo Peter and Susan Gilman Jeffrey and Linnea Goddess Mrs. Maura Golin Dr. Roberta Golinkoff Mr. and Mrs. Rajeev Gorowara N. Christopher Griffiths, Esq. Ms. Shauna Hagan Kathryn and Scott Hall Todd and Rachel Harad Ms. Briana A. Hargett Mr. and Mrs. Robert V. A. Harra, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Harron Ms. Eileen Hartnett Dr. Forrest G. Hawkins Mr. and Mrs. John Hawkins Mr. and Mrs. Arthur P. Helmick, Jr. Hon. Margaret R. Henry Ms. Judith W. Herrman Rudolf and Elizabeth Hutz Alan and Kay Jewett Ms. Jeanne Johonnett Ms. Susan Jones Eugene and Donna Julian Mrs. Alice Kamen Dr. and Mrs. Philip Keats Susan and Bernie Kelley Ms. Jean Kennedy Mr. and Mrs. Daniel L. Klein Ms. Hannah Klein Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Kline Ms. Pauline D. Koch Mr. Brian and Dr. Janet Kramer Gregory and Stephanie Ladner Gregg and M.C. Landis Lewis H. Lazarus, Esq. Ms. Maureen Lesutis Gary and Kathy Linarducci Ms. Charlotte T. Lister Mr. Phillip Liu Dr. and Mrs. Robert G. Locke Ms. Catherine N. Maguire Mr. and Mrs. Gary R. Marine David and Nancy Marvin Eleanor and Jon Matthews Dr. Christine Maynard Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCabe, Jr. Dr. Shauna McIntosh Mr. J. Michael McKenna James H. McMackin III, Esq. Mrs. Edythe Mendolia Dr. Wilma Mishoe Mr. and Mrs. Melvyn Monzack Ms. Deborah Moore Ms. Gail Morrison Ms. Rebecca Moscoso Scott and Suzanne Myers Ms. Sue Oldenburg and Mr. David C. Klein Ms. Mia Olson David Paul and Kathy Klein Dr. and Mrs. Stephen Permut

Dr. and Mrs. George Popel Mr. John Porter III Mr. and Mrs. Tom Preston Ms. Jessica Reed and Mr. Timothy Randolph Ms. Kim Z. Robbins Norman and Jill Rosenblum Joseph and Joan Rosenthal Bruce and Francesca Rudin Michael Saltzman Tom and Katie Salvatore SBSN Fund Mrs. Ellen Scarborough Ms. Barbara Schoenberg Ms. Jocelyn E. Scott Fred and Jo Ann Sears Mr. James J. Sears Mrs. Barbara Sheppard Philip and Wendy Shlossman Mrs. Mary Jane Strattner-Gregory Mr. and Mrs. David Stratton Edward and Judy Tarlov Ms. Kimberly Taylor Mr. and Mrs. J. Paul Tigani Ms. Ruth Tingle Ms. Wadine Toliaferro Ms. Elizabeth S. Townsend Kevin and Susan Waesco Mrs. Forrester E. Watson Alan and Cynthia Wedgewood Ms. Sue Weimer Charles E. Welch, Esq. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Whetzel Ms. Bonnie White Mrs. K. Jean Williams Dale and Clarice Wolf Foundation Mr. James Wolfe Edgar and Peggy Woolard Mr. Robert Wootten Bruce and Audrey Young Supporter ($99 and under) Dr. and Mrs. Robert Abel, Jr. Ms. Jean S. Alderson Mr. Stephen M. Allen Mr. and Mrs. Todd P. Anderson Ms. Jenna Appelbaum Asher Lesyshan Kirlan Memorial Mr. and Mrs. Adam Balick Dave and Ruth Balick Ms. Karen Ballard Mr. and Mrs. David Beatson Dr. and Mrs. David M. Bercaw Ms. Cecilia Blair Hon. Sheila Blakely Ms. Lillian Boys Ms. Maryann Bradley Ms. Donna Bratton Ms. Anna Breeden Ms. Theresa Broome Ms. Anne Buck Mr. Walter Budke Hon. and Mrs. Thomas Carper Hon. and Mrs. Michael N. Castle Dr. and Mrs. John Chabalko Mrs. Yetta Chaiken Mrs. Sally Chandler Mr. Paul Cherry Ms. Debra Clair Ms. Sherry Cole Ms. Eileen Conner Ms. Sallie Ann Conner Ms. Patricia Conway Mr. and Mrs. Craig Corbin Nik and Suzie Crandall


18 Mr. Chad Crawford Mrs. Alice Goodfellow Davis Mrs. Michele Davis Mr. Roy Deafenbaugh Mr. and Mrs. Frank DeFroda Penny and John Deiner Mr. Carl DeMartino Mr. John V. Dennison Frank and Jane Dilley Dr. and Mrs. Robert C. Director Steven Director, Esq. Mr. David Donohue and Ms. Deborah Zarek Mr. C. Ross Donovan Les and Barbara Dukart Ms. Margaret Dunham-Hathcock Ms. Linda G. Duricek Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ehrlich Ms. Vanessa Elliott-White Mr. and Mrs. John Elzufon Mark and Claire Finfrock Mr. Gregory Fleming Erinal Florestal Ms. Jennifer Ford Jeffrey and Louise Frock Ms. Colleen Gall Rob and Jan Goodman Sterling and Nettie Green Ms. Michelle S. Hambleton Ms. Lois Harkins Donna and Ivy Harlev Ron and Joann Hasse Ms. Cynthia Healey Paul and Jane Helsel Mary and Bob Hickok Dr. and Mrs. William Hohman Ms. Marvis Hollowell-Clark Ms. Tamara Horsey Ms. Trudena Horsey Ms. Bonnie Hudson Mr. and Mrs. Edmond M. Ianni Ms. Sarika Jagtiani Ms. Janice V. Jessup Ms. Nicole Johnson Ms. Julie Johonett Mr. Idris Jones Mr. James Jones Greg and Susan Kelly

Ms. Alexandra Kirtley Ms. Amy Klabe Ms. Catherine Knox and Ms. Patricia Devenny Mr. James F. Krass Ms. Sandy Lehew Kevin Liedel and Joy Smoker-Liedel Ms. Pamela Lindvall Robert and Carole Long Martin and Anita Mand Majid and Mali Mansoory Mr. Joe Mattassino Ms. Brenda McCove Mr. Michael McHugh Mrs. Marjorie Meyermann Ms. Beth Miller Ms. Philinda Mindler Ms. Kimberly Mitman Mr. and Mrs. John B. Morton Regina Mullen, Esq. Edward and Terri Murphy Mr. Richard Murray Ms. Cynthia Myers and Ms. Jane Knaus Ms. Toni A. Nabinett Ms. Tiffany Nash Next Generation Reporting John and Suzanne Nista Mrs. Velma Norwood Joseph and Christine Oliver Ms. Veronica E. Oney Mr. Thomas Palmer and Ms. Ellen Lebowitz Ms. Beverly A. Passwaters Ms. Stephanie Patterson Ms. Mary Frances Payne Dr. and Mrs. Stephen Pearlman Mr. Marshall Peden Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Perna Mrs. June J. Peterson Ms. Julie Pfeifenroth Mr. and Mrs. John C. Pierson III Ms. Ann Marie Piser Mr. Gregory Prygon Hon.Mardi Pyott and Mr. Harold Spangler Ms. Ruth Quinones Charles and Susan Rickards

Ms. Lydia T. Robb Mrs. Uriel Rodriguez Maxine and Jay Rosenthal Ms. Frances Russo-Avena Dr. Gwendolyn W. Sanders Schneider Trailer & Container Rental, Inc. Ms. Mary Ellen Schreiner Ms. Stephanie Shader Dr. and Mrs. William Shellenberger Laura and George Simpson Ms. Brenda Smith Ms. Janis Smith Michael and Barbara Soulier Chuck and Adrianne Spiegelman Ms. Gerrie Springer Ms. Debbie Stafford Mrs. Allison L. Stecher John and Mariane Stefano Mr. Edward Stegemeier and Ms. Mary Ellen Schauber Mr. Kevin Stehl Rob and Cat Stenta Mr. and Mrs. David Swayze Ms. Patricia Talorico Ms. Patricia Tanner Nelson Ms. Diane Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Thorpe Greg and Judy Tigani Ms. Camika Tingle Rev. and Mrs. Robert Van Ingen Mrs. Elizabeth P. Van Leeuwen Ms. Janice VanSant Karl and Jennie Wagner Mr. Barry Schlecker and Ms. Ginger Weiss Ms. Sharon Whitfield Mrs. Margaret Williams Ms. Susan L. Williams Mrs. Susan R. Williams Mr. Arthur Wilson Hon. and Mrs. William Witham, Jr. Ms. Shannon Woodloe Dan and Angela Yochem Ms. Bessmarie Young Ms. Karen Zucca

†Deceased

Memorials, Honors & Tributes In Honor of Clark Collins and Jim McMackin

In Honor of Alan and Ellen Levin

Scott and Barbara Green

In Honor of Andrew and Meredith Morovati

Mr. and Mrs. GianClaudio Finizio In Honor of Ann Couzens Ms. Nicole Johnson In Honor of Bridget Washburn Mr. and Mrs. James D. Taylor In Honor of Casey E. McCabe Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCabe Jr. In Honor of Chris Griffiths Ms. Shauna Hagan Next Generation Reporting Mr. Chad Crawford Mr. Aaron Durst

Lewis H. Lazarus Esq. In Honor of Deb Komins Ross

Ms. Carol Rothschild In Honor of the Delaware Youth Advisory Council

Janice Rowe Tigani, Esq. Mrs. K. Jean Williams In Honor of Family and Friends

Jason and Jennifer Hann-Deschaine In Honor of Ginny and Tizzy Lockman

Ms. Julie Pfeifenroth In Honor of Jack Schmutz

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schnee


In Honor of Jean and Robert Allen

In Honor of Peter Kline

Mr. Robert Wootten

Nik and Suzie Crandall

In Honor of Jennifer Jonach and Peter Kline

In Honor of Shauna McIntosh

Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Kline In Honor of Jim Klabe Ms. Amy Klabe Mr. and Mrs. James G. Klabe, Jr. Jeffrey and Louise Frock In Honor of Leslie Newman Ms. Jenna Appelbaum Mr. Mitchell Karp Ms. Gertrude D. Karp Gladstone Mr. Craig Newman Mr. Michael Newman Mr. Nicholas O’Neill and Ms. Mary E. Valiante Joanne K. Sundheim, Esq. In Honor of Linda Cox Betty and Jac Crowell In Honor of Lt. Gov. Matt Denn Stuart and Suzanne Grant Marilynn Denn, Ph.D.

Ms. Laura de Ramel

Lt. Gov. Matt Denn and the DE Youth Advisory Council

In Memory of Marley

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fine

Dr. and Mrs. John Carlson

In Honor of Margit Olson

In Celebration of my years as a board member

Ms. Mia Olson

Mary Jo Chandler

In Honor of Marty and Ray Matusiak

In Memory of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Deptula

Ms. Susan Jones

Mr. Michael Deptula

In Honor of Mary Paxson

In Memory of Jerry Harris

Mike and Lynn Paxson

Ms. Sandy Lehew

In Honor of Nancy Karibjanian

Mr. and Mrs. Adam Balick Ms. Karen Zucca In Honor of Susan and Jerry Grossman

Mr. and Mrs. J. Paul Tigani In Honor of Hon. Barbara Crowell

Dr. and Mrs. David M. Bercaw In Honor of Theresa Holodick Ms. Shauna Hagan Mr. Arthur Wilson In Honor of Theresa Sedivec Joseph and Christine Oliver Janice Rowe Tigani, Esq. In Honor of Tom Collins

Anthony and Catherine Flynn

In Honor of Casey McCabe

Great Dames, Inc.

In Honor of our children Christine Elizabeth and Michael Allen

Drs. William and Barbara Jaffee

In Honor of Sherry Brilliant

In Honor of Pat, Neil, Steve, Mark, Marissa, and Bridget Washburn

Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCabe, Jr. In Memory of Estelle Inden Ms. Mary Frances Payne In Memory of Diane Levin Ms. Ruth Tingle

Ms. Alexandra Kirtley In Honor of Patricia Talorico

Ms. Beth Miller Ms. Sarika Jagtiani

Business, Organization, Foundation & Corporate Donors All Saints’ Parish Thrift Shop Bank of America Bank of America Matching Gifts Bank of New York Mellon Community Partnership BBC Tavern & Grill Bethel United Methodist Church BJ’s Charitable Foundation Blue Cross Blue Shield of Delaware Foundation Cab Calloway School of the Arts Capital One Services, LLC Chicks for Charity Combined Federal Campaign Concord Pasta, Inc. (Café Rivera) Delaware Community Foundation

Draper Holdings Charitable Foundation, Inc. Ernest E. Stempel Foundation Gannett Foundation Global Delaware Fund GoodSearch Great Dames, Inc. Group of Senior Citizens Helping (GOSH) JPMorgan Chase & Co. JPMorgan Chase Foundation Lewes-Rehoboth Assoc. of Churches Milton & Hattie Kutz Foundation PNC Foundation Safeway Foundation St. Edmond’s Catholic Church

State Employees Charitable Campaign State of Delaware Grant-in-Aid The Christmas Shop Foundation The Laffey-McHugh Foundation The Willis Foundation Tile Market of Delaware UAW Local 1542 Unitarian Universalist Society of Mill Creek United Way of Delaware United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern NJ United Way - National Capital Area United Way of Virginia’s Eastern Shore Wawa, Inc. Welfare Foundation, Inc.


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Volunteers & Interns Roberta Atkinson Dana Baker Donyell Beckham David Belson Richard Bonner Sascha Bretzger Nicholas Cattolico Ellie Cichani Suzanne Clarke Kiara Collins Caroline Connolly Chantoni Cummings Brock Czeschin Rachel Deem Margaret Demby Mary Ann Dilworth Zachary Durham Lauren Emhe Sheila Evans

Savannah Figueroa Abby Fischer Mary Fleming Zoe Ford Alyssa Fried Kayleigh Garbowski Tatiana Gibson Megan Goeller Dorothy Gorsuch Antonio Guicuria, IV Courtney Grantham Akilah Guinn Susan Greenstein Lana Harrison Erika Hatch John Hayes Madison Helmick Michael Hirt Danielle Imhoff

Christina Jackson Stephanie Kalmancy Meghan Kenia Douglas Kenney Nile Koger James Kouba Elena Kupchik Matt Levett Amanda Longacre Brittany Lopatin Carol Ludwig Alexandra Lyon Tanya Mann Bonnie McCafferty Deborah McNeal Morgan Menzies Precious Morris Tara Mosley Praneethi Pachipala

Kristen Ramsdell Judith Richards Cathy St. James Trevor Sasek Jason Sears Justice Simmons Amanda Slater Kevin Snyder Thomas Steen Ruth Ann Tasker Kathy Valentine Kristen Walls Marquis Waters Chastity West Charles White Claude Whittaker Aionna Williams Morgan Williams


We can’t get together in person, but still feel like a family. A really BIG family. –Elliyas, student at The Jefferson School in Georgetown, DE, reflecting on the many ways the student council helped children in our Seaford House Residential Day Treatment Center. Not only did they donate needed items to the residents, they also shared their time and talents, making creative connections that will have a lasting impact for both our residents and the children of The Jefferson School in Georgetown, DE.

In-Kind Donors Ashby Hospitality Group At Home Mothers Connection Baker’s Power & Turf BNI Rehoboth Chapter 1 BPG International Lanika Brown Campus Community High School Cougars Reaching Out Club Concord Presbyterian Church Concord Preschool & Child Care Christine Davis Delaware Theatre Company Kara Dodson Cecilia Douthy Willis DuPont DuPont Sustainable Solutions Clean Technologies Empowered Yoga Fluor Corporation Grace United Methodist Church

Green Mountain Coffee Roasters Ann Hallman Hanover Presbyterian Church Kimberly Harrison Tom Haven Home Depot - Naamans Road James Hurst Jennifer Jones JP Morgan Chase & Co. Kelly Services, a service provider to AstraZeneca Linda T. Landis Alan B. Levin Virginia Lockman Julie McGinnis Millman’s Appliances Pizza by Elizabeths Post Institute for Family-Centered Therapy Pure Yoga

Read Aloud Delaware Mary Lou Rosner Self Expressions Car Club Barb Shelton Sigma Zeta Omega Bonnie Sunnergren The DuPont Company The Grand Opera House The Peninsula Golf & Country Club Janice R. Tigani, Esq. Tile Market of Delaware Today Media UAW Local 1542 Unitarian Universalist Society of Mill Creek Westminster Presbyterian Church Wilmington & Western Railroad Young, Conaway, Stargatt & Taylor


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REVENUE Special Events $82,864 Friends Campaign $171,972 Foundation & Corporate Contributions $547,352 Government & Other Grants $12,511,989 Fees for Service $712,986 Investment Income $279,362 United Way Income $725,860 Other Resources $1,021,652

19+17+11121518313M Total Revenue

$16,054,037

M 6 2 5 76 3 + 1 1 EXPENSES

Positive Parenting $3,008,805 Supporting Teens $3,298,642 Healthy Babies $2,071,649 Family Resources $1,679,276 Early Childhood $2,570,879 Older Adults $45,730 Workplace Support $985,448 Program Quality and Helpline $106,887 Fundraising $378,088 Management & General $1,859,804

Total Expenses

$16,005,208

2013 SENIOR STAFF Leslie Newman

Julius Mullen, Ed.D., NCC, LPCMH

Chief Executive Officer

Chief Clinical Officer

Zakiya Bakari-Griffin

Kevin Noel

Chief Program Officer

Chief Financial Officer

Ginny Lockman

Kirsten Olson

Chief Operating Officer

Chief Development Officer


OUR SERVICES HEALTHY BABIES

· Healthy Families America/Smart Start · Nurse-Family Partnership

· Parent Aide · Strengthening Families Program · Workshops for Divorcing Parents (Delaware Cares)

EARLY CHILDHOOD

· Capacity and Infrastructure Fund Programs · Child and Adult Care Food Program · Delaware Stars for Early Success SUPPORTING TEENS

FAMILY RESOURCES

· AccessCare Child Care Referral Services · Community Schools · Elder Care Referral Services · Kinship Navigator · Respite Care Referral Services

· ARC (Adolescent Resource Center) · FAIR (Family Assessment and Intervention Response) · Functional Family Therapy · Girls Circle · IOP (Intensive Outpatient Services) · Seaford House Residential & Day Treatment Center · Young Health Program: IM40™ POSITIVE PARENTING

· Adoption · Foster Care · Functional Family Therapy

WORKPLACE

· Child Care Referral Services · Just in Time Care® · Rise Up/Keep-A-Job Welfare-to-Work Program

OLDER ADULTS

· Elder Care Referral Services · Grand Time Off Program · Kinship Navigator · Respite Care Referral Services

LOCATIONS NEW CASTLE COUNTY

MAIN OFFICE 2005 Baynard Boulevard Wilmington, DE 19802 302.658.5177 809 Washington Street Wilmington, DE 19801 302.658.5177

SUSSEX COUNTY

410 South Bedford Street Georgetown, DE 19947 302.856.2388 SEAFORD HOUSE RESIDENTIAL & DAY TREATMENT CENTER

400 North Market Street Extension Seaford, DE 19973 302.629.6996

KENT COUNTY

91 Wolf Creek Boulevard Suite 1 Dover, DE 19901 302.674.8384

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