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BOARD OF DIRECTORS

2013 Fiscal Year Financials*

Jackie Jenks, Secretary

Rental Income $8,763,661

Lydia Blumberg Sean Charpentier Michael Gause Sarah Karlinsky Keith Kemp David Elliott Lewis Gregg Miller Nicolaas de Ruijg Orlon Michael Ryel Michael Santero Karen Sommerich Ingrid Summerfield Chuck Turner Patrick Valentino Steve Wolmark Jonathan Wyler Malcolm Yeung

Government Grants and Contracts $3,871,510

Management Fees $2,345,751

Foundation Grants $290,450

Corporate and Individual Donations $195,858

Other $236,669

TOTAL $15,703,899

2013 EXPENSES Property Management $9,336,916

Support Services $2,880,500

Administration and Management $1,855,876

Workforce Development $734,555

Housing Development $357,453

Fundraising $338,950

Financials

Ali Riker, Vice President Steve Bowdry, Treasurer

2013 REVENUE

TOTAL $15,504,250

Ramie Dare, President

* Preliminary and Unaudited

Individual Donors Anonymous Mark Aaronson Sherilyn Adams Valerie Agostino Jonathan Alloy Marie Andel Dorothy Anderson Margot Antonetty Federica Armstrong Barbara Backer and Aldo Caccamo Catherine Barankin Larry Barcelone Stephen J. Barrett Robert Basso LT Baxter Carol Bayley and Pawel Lutomski

Karyn Beisheim Ari Beliak Julie and Michael Berlin Laurie Bernstein Andy Beyer Le Billodeau Lisa Blakely Warren Blakely Mara Blitzer Lydia Blumberg Mark Alfred Bolton Jaren Bonillo Natalie Bonnewit Steve Bowdry Pati Boyle John Bozeman Sarah Brett Eric Broque David Brown Erick Brown Nancy Brown Shelly Brown Jo and Norm Budman Donald Burghardt Craig Burke and Molly Lazarus Leslie Burlock Dale R. Burton Marianna Cacciatore Kevin Carroll Charlie Castro Julia Cato Conrad Chan Jamie Chang Michael Chao and Brianne Steinhauser Patricia Chapple Sean Charpentier Kathleen and Corey Cheatham Derek Chin Harry Chuck Simone Cifuentes Jay Cohen Peter Cohen Denise Coleman Tim Colen Alison Conner

Jessica Connolly Jan Crosbie-Taylor Amy Curkendall Janet Cusick Ramie Dare Fay Darmawi Kimberley Davis Vikki Davis Nicolaas de Ruijg Daniel Demento Diane Deutsch Ilene Dick Katherine Dick Marc Dickow Jason DiLorenzo Kanya Dorland Ira Dorter Fred Doughty Gary Downs William Duncanson Rebecca Dyas Dianne Easton Neil Elliott Lydia Ely Scott Farling Celeste Flax Karin Flood-Eklund Norman Fong Conny Ford Rogelio Foronda, Jr. Iesha Fraser Alison Frazzini Kasha Frese Cynthia Gair Rhonda Gallo Gail Gilman and Larry Zientarski Sharon Goldstein Marinella Goncalves Nick Griffin Michael Grim Richard Grosboll Gil Gross Josh Hachadourian Sara Hall Dena Harandi Rebecca Hardberger Ron Hastie

Ryan Hastie Thomas Hauenstein Carol Healey Robert Herr Donald Hesse Elizabeth Hewson John and Laurel Hewson Gabriel Heywood Daniel Hlad Bridget and Matt Holian Gail Holian Randy Howell Fiona Hsu Rachel Huennekens Allen Hui Amara Humphry Tamar Hurwitz John Irwin Cassandra James Theodore Janowsky Emily Jarosz Carla Javits Jackie Jenks Sheila Jivan Carla Johnson Teri Johnstone Cleveland Jones LaShaun J. Jones Schenelle Jordan Andrews Scott and Joanne Karchmer Sarah Karlinsky and Matthew Zapruder Gary and Ilene Katz Thomas Kearney Thomas and Rachel Kellerman Keith Kemp Pam Kendrick Karen Kennan Jane Kim Rhonda Kingman David Knego Kevin Knudtson Gary Koenig Yoojin Koh

Thanks for Your Support

Bruce Koon Jeff and Aileen Kositsky Meredith Kremer William Kuehn Katherine Lamont Alin Lancaster Joseph and Carole LaTorre Justine Lauderback Andrew Le Elaine Lee Olson Lee Jerry and Toby Levine Lawrence Li Emily Lin Joel Lipski David Loeb Nancy Loewen Mark Loranger and Katie Lichtig Kathie Lowry Kevin Lui Diane Luther Geoff and Randee MacDonald Carol Maddox Samuel Mandell Rafael Mandelman Gordon Mar Siri Margerin Elizabeth Mason Jessica N. Mathieson Francisco Matos David Maturino Christine Maxwell John May Mary Mays and Steven Leiner Sheila McCarthy Elizabeth McLachlan John and Jane Mele Estelita Melendez Maryann Melendez Richard and Cheryl Mendonsa Ezra and Carol Ann Mersey Lauren T. Meyer

Roxanne Miller Gregg Miller, Jr. Elisabeth Millican Nails Rodney Mitchell Harry Mok David Montes de Oca Joseph B. Montoya Marlayne Morgan Rocky Morrison Joseph Mott JayVon and Robert Muhammad Ahmad Nasim Rosalba Navarro Christian Nelson Ari Neulight Erin Noonan David Noyola Juana Nunley Tom O’Connor Peter Olney Sophie O’Neal Roark O’Neill James Orellana Mark Ostapiak Ann Panopio Dara Papo Matthew Parkinson Beverly Patterson Doug Paxton and Doug Vassallo Joyce Pedersen Brian Pederson Sophia Perez Linda Pierce Irma Poe Bernard Polacci Dean Preston Jonas Puceta Patricia Quant Brian Quinn Melissa Racklyeft Nathan Rapheld Douglas and LaLania Rapp Tiffanie Marie Rattler Ken Reggio Wade Reynolds

Al Ribaya Judith Riffle Erika Rigger Ali Riker Eric Roberts Lernis Roberts Terry Rolleri Anne Romero Marcia Rosen Jaime Rush Jackie Ryan Koji Saida Alex Salazar Jose Sanchez Michael Santero Maryann Sargent and Stephen Solnit David Schnur and Marke Bieschke Jane and Marvin Schnur Bryan Schultz Doug Schultz Evan Schwartz David Scott John Paul Scott Brenda Seghetti Elizabeth M. Seifel Depti Sethi David Seward Chris Shaeffer Kevin Sharps Douglas and Carole Sheft Marcus Shelby Laura Shipman Tammy Silas Elizabeth Simonson Rachel Small Megan Smith Karen Sommerich Bruce and Dianne Spaulding Will Spencer Cathy and David Spensley Michael Stanton Adrienne Steichen David Stevens

Charles Stott Mimi Sullivan Kathryn Tanner Alisa Tantraphol Sarah Thibault Rachel Thur Anne M. Torney and David C. Mar Mimi Torres James Tracy Betty Traynor My Trinh Judson True Ruth Tully Chuck Turner Carolyn Tyler Taylor Upchurch Beverly Upton Patrick Valentino Sarah Van Patten Elizabeth Van Benschoten CJ Van Pelt Ryan Van Runkle Armando Vasquez Steve Vettel Gerry and Ruth Vurek Dwight Walker Steve Walker Jay Wallace Cynthia and Robert Weber Maureen Whaley Eddie Williams Sherry Williams Adam Winkler Leon Winston Delene Wolf and Tom Murray Nick Wolff Steve Wolmark Danny Yadegar Malcolm Yeung Elizabeth Yost Julia Young Andrew Zimmerman Alanna Zrimsek

Organization Donors Altamont Education Advisory Board AmOne Corporation Andrea Cochran Landscape Architecture Anonymous Bank of America Bank of America Charitable Foundation BAR Architects Barcelon Jang Architecture Barrett Block Partners, LP BRIDGE Housing Corporation Building Owners and Managers Association of San Francisco (BOMA) Butler Family Fund Cahill Contractors, Inc. California Nurses Association CAN Insurance Services Caritas Management Corporation Center for Community Change Central City Hospitality House Chinatown Community Development Center Citi Community Capital Combined Federal Campaign Commercial Energy of California Community Economics, Inc. Corporation for Supportive Housing David Baker & Partners

Delivering Innovation in Supportive Housing Design Studios Gonzalo Castro Digital Realty Economic Development Assistance Consortium Elinor Smith Charitable Trust Enterprise Community Partners Everest Waterproofing & Restoration, Inc. Farallone Pacific Insurance Services Fine Line Construction Give Something Back Glide Memorial Church Golden Gate Office Solutions Goldfarb Lipman Attorneys Great Ocean Contractor Inc Gubb & Barshay, LLP Hotel Council of San Francisco Industrial Solutions Jones Hall - A Professional Law Corporation JP Morgan/Chase Larkin Street Youth Services Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects Left Coast Communications Louis Lurie Foundation Maintenance Supplies & Marketing, Inc. McCormack Baron Ragan Merritt Community Capital Corporation Midtown Garage Associates/Waldman

Management Group Mitchell Kapor Foundation Mock/Wallace Architects Monarch National Alliance to End Homelessness National Union of Healthcare Workers Northern California Carpenters Regional Council Okamoto Saijo Architecture Pacific Door Products Pacific Vision Foundation Pahl & McCay, a Professional Law Corporation Paragon Real Estate Group Peerless General Supply Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP Priority Architectural Graphics Rainbow Grocery Cooperative Raymond James Tax Credit Funds, Inc. Recology Inc REM Boiler & Plumbing San Francisco Building & Construction Trades Council San Francisco Travel Association SEIU Local 1021 Sephora Show Dogs, LLC Silicon Valley Bank Silicon Valley Community Foundation Singing for Change SKS Investments Smart Plumbing & Drain

Spotlight Construction Groups, Inc. Spotlight Design and Printing Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation The Junior League of San Francisco The Marcled Foundation The San Francisco Foundation Tipping Point Community TJX Foundation Toolworks, Inc. Treasure Island Community Development LLC TRI Commercial Union Bank Foundation US Bank Valley Relocation and Storage Wadhwani Foundation Wells Fargo Foundation William G. Gilmore Foundation Xantrion Zhong Flooring Services Volunteers This fiscal year we had over 140 volunteers contribute more than 400 hours of time to CHP. For a complete list of our volunteers and in-kind donors please visit www.chp-sf.org

“Working for Solutions SF and then Community Housing Partnership has helped improve my self-esteem. I feel like a person again. I have a job!”

“In my [CHP] apartment I feel safe and at home. I have my own bed to sleep in and a place to call my own. That is everything. I have my own castle upstairs.”

– Carol, former Solutions SF employee and current CHP desk clerk

– Volunteer, CHP TENANT

Annual Report 2012-2013


Dear Partners and Supporters, This fiscal year started off with a theme: CHANGE. Over the course of the year, we used this theme to think differently about how we impact the lives of our clients. We stepped back, looked at our work, and thought about how to make it better. At the conclusion of the year, 30 members of our staff and Board of Directors began our real path of change and impact; we went through a weeklong Theory of Change workshop. Our new mission, our new service direction, and a greater vision for our future came out of this workshop. Our mission at Community Housing Partnership is to help homeless people secure housing and become self-sufficient. As you read our Annual Report, you will follow an arrow that represents our clients’ pathway to self-sufficiency. This pathway is enabled thanks to our staff, Board of Directors, and you, our generous community. Together we can break the cycle of homelessness.

Housing Development & Property Management Community Housing Partnership believes in the Housing First Model; an individual and family must have a home before they can begin to recover from their experience of homelessness. Each year our Housing Development team strives to add more apartments to our portfolio so more people can have a place to call home. The Housing Development team identifies real estate and funding opportunities for new construction and works to rehabilitate our older properties. Our Property Management team operates and maintains our high-quality housing portfolio.

Success • Housing Development secured funding for 188 apartments, including 120 apartments of new construction and 68 apartments of renovated housing for Transitional Age Youth.

• Housing Development also completed the

rehabilitation of an existing property, the Cambridge Apartments, for 60 clients.

• Property Management continued to operate and

maintain 814 affordable apartments throughout our 11 properties.

Gail Gilman, Executive Director

Case Management & Community Involvement Community Housing Partnership’s Case Management teams, also known as Support Services, provide essential services that help our clients reintegrate back into the community. Case managers meet regularly with clients and work with them to create individualized service plans designed to address issues related to their homelessness, increase quality of life, and become selfsufficient. Clients also become active members of their communities. Clients participate in our Community Housing Organizing Project (CHOP), an eight-week training on community organizing and our Recycling and Environmental Awareness Program (REAP), a tenweek course on environmental leadership in the community.

Success • Support Services staff engaged over 89% of clients

in services, and 43% of engaged clients had an active individualized service plan detailing short and long term goals.

• The CHOP trained 35 new clients in the We Are All

Organizers course and had 100 clients volunteer to increase voter participation.

• The REAP graduated 25 new environmental

leaders and diverted over 784 tons of waste in the Tenderloin and South of Market neighborhoods.

Training & Employment Preparation Community Housing Partnership’s Employment & Training team provides a suite of services to help clients enter or re-enter the workforce. Clients have an individualized employment plan to help guide their successful re-entry into the workforce. This plan includes strategies the client can use to address and overcome barriers to employment and create a strong support system. Together, the program’s three components, employment counseling, professional services workshop, and Lobby Services Training Program, help clients secure employment in the property management and hospitality industries.

Success • The Lobby Services Training Program graduated

47 clients, and the Professional Services Workshop graduated 69 clients.

• Helped 148 formerly homeless individuals gain

employment through our Employment & Training Services with an average wage of $11.29 per hour.

Supportive Employment, Solutions SF Community Housing Partnership’s social enterprise, Solutions SF, bridges the gap between our training program and full time employment. Solutions SF provides 24-hour on call lobby services to local businesses. Over 80% of Solutions SF employees are formerly homeless individuals. Solutions SF employees receive the necessary support and training to guarantee their success in permanent employment. Approximately 75% of Solutions SF’s costs are covered through the business revenue and the other 25% is subsidized revenue, which covers the social costs.

Success • Solutions SF’s business grew by 62% and achieved more than $1 million in sales.

• Solutions SF employed 120 individuals with an average of 55 employees at any given time.

• Solutions SF increased permanent job placements by more than 200% in one year.

• Helped 62% of clients maintain their positions for at least six months, a key benchmark in employment retention.

invest with us today! Invest online: www.chp-sf.org Invest by mail: 20 Jones Street, Suite 200 San Francisco, CA 94102 Invest by phone: 415.852.5300

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graphic design: Beverly Pat terson DESIGN / Photos: Simon Bannister and Federica Armstrong Fotografia

Letter from the Executive Director


CHP 2012-2013 Annual Report (Accordian)  
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