Page 1

2017 ANNUAL REPORT

the road ahead

1


I N T RO D U C T I O N

Chrysalis is a nonprofit organization dedicated to creating a pathway to self-sufficiency for homeless and low-income individuals by providing the resources and support needed to find and retain employment. Dear Chrysalis Supporter, This past year marked the first year of Chrysalis’ new strategic plan, in which we set the ambitious goal to double our client employment outcomes by 2021. Driven by this goal, we set out to do more and do better throughout our organization, and what resulted was a truly remarkable year for our clients and our community. On the following pages, you will read about our clients’ accomplishments, the growth in our staff, the dedication of our volunteers, and how our community has stepped up as never before to focus on ending homelessness. You share in our success, and we thank you for joining Chrysalis on this journey to change lives through jobs. Last year, 1,700 Chrysalis clients secured employment, while another 1,100 worked a transitional job within Chrysalis Enterprises – a total increase of 22 percent over 2016. A key marker for success is job retention, and for the third year in a row, more than 70 percent of clients reached were still employed six months after landing a job. 12

The demand for our services has never been higher. In 2017, Chrysalis experienced a 14 percent increase in the number of people coming through our doors, while participation in our social enterprise’s transitional jobs program grew by 57 percent. Employers seeking to engage in fair chance hiring reached out to us from across all sectors of the business community. And we created and hired key staff positions to support this growth and plan for future expansion. Several of these new staff positions helped focus our attention on community outreach and engagement. We added community partners to increase the resources available to our clients, and we supported policy initiatives that would bring additional funding to homeless services throughout Los Angeles County. At Chrysalis, we have always believed that our central focus on employment addresses an unmet need among an underserved population. Our approach to homelessness focuses on building, highlighting, and fortifying individuals’ skill sets and marketability to the workforce.

Today, we can confidently say that this approach is not a theoretical response to homelessness and poverty, but rather a proven formula for success, yielding results that have increased year after year. Improving the lives of those we serve and setting them on the path to self-sufficiency has always been – and remains – our core commitment at Chrysalis. With strong Board and staff leadership, we will continue to improve programs, carefully consider expansion opportunities, and invest in our organization to increase impact and change more lives. Our 2017 journey was amazing, but it has simply laid a solid foundation for the road ahead.

Jill Baldauf

Mark Loranger

Board Chair

President & CEO


Jobs secured by Chrysalis clients in 2017:

1,700+ outside jobs* 1,100+ transitional jobs 2,800+ total jobs

22%

increase from 2016

*Employment secured by a client outside of Chr ysalis’ program or transitional job opportunities

23


C L I E N T D E M O G R A PH I C S

Most clients who have made the brave decision to come through our doors have traveled a bumpy road. While each of our clients are facing unique challenges to employment, they all have something in common: they want to change their life through a job. At Chrysalis, we work with clients one-on-one to identify not only the individual barriers they face to getting a job, but their unique skills and talents as well. This individualized approach empowers clients like Roderick to take the wheel during the job search, visualize a pathway to self-sufficiency, and confidently approach obstacles along the way – all with the safety net of Chrysalis’ staff, volunteers, and services close behind.

COMING HOME Recognizing that histories of homelessness and housing instability have a direct impact on an individual’s employment success, Chrysalis is proud that Los Angeles voters overwhelmingly supported Measure H to fund programming to address homelessness in our community – including programs that acknowledge employment and increases in income as part of the solution.

36% Homeless* 24% Living with friends or family 14% In residential program 1% Living in hotel or motel 25% In stable housing

34

A L O O K AT H O U S I N G

*Includes clients who may be living in transitional housing, at an emergency shelter, or on the streets

Where our clients have been does not define who they are or where they are going. It just shows how far they have come.

100% low-income 75% unstably housed 57% criminal justice history 79% H.S. diploma or more 33% with children


“ With the encouragement of my Employment Specialist

and others at Chrysalis who

supported me, I was able to be

confident and strive for success.� RO D E R I C K , C U S TO D I A L T E C H N I C I A N

Roderick confidently presented his soon-to-be new employer with a polished resume and walked into his interview prepared thanks to practice sessions with a Chrysalis volunteer. Check out his bell ringing, and hear all about his new job on Facebook: @ChrysalisLA

54


Our clients shouldn’t have to pump the brakes during their job search because they don’t have interviewappropriate attire or funds for transportation. That’s where our array of supportive services comes in:

“ I had a real problem asking for

help. Something about Chrysalis made me want to listen. Now, it’s my turn to help others.”

E R N I E , S U B S TA N C E A B U S E C O U N S E LO R

Ernie connected with every resource he could during his job search. He received a scholarship from Chrysalis to renew his driver’s license, explored the unfamiliar territory of applying to jobs online with a volunteer, and worked through the emotional challenges of reentering the workforce – and society – after years in and out of prison with our on-site counselor: ChangeLives.org/Ernie

56

• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Job Preparation Classes Convictions & the Job Search Class Resume Preparation Practice Interviews Online Job Application Assistance Computer & Internet Access Phone & Message Center Mail Center Transportation Assistance Mental Health Counseling Legal Counseling with LAFLA Scholarship Funds Driver’s License Fund Work Wardrobe Support Groups Customer Service Training Workshop Women’s Empowerment Program Writing Empowerment Program


CO R E E M PLOY M E N T PRO G R A M “What do you want to do for work?” Sitting at Chrysalis, Ernie paused before answering his Employment Specialist. For the first time in 50 years, he felt empowered to plan for what he wanted in his future. Whether a client comes to us with specific goals in mind or never having considered what their professional journey might look like, Chrysalis’ core employment services are designed to support clients during every phase of their job search. Much like the transformation our clients experience as they gain confidence, set and achieve goals, and land a job, Chrysalis’ program continues to evolve from year to year to ensure that we are meeting our clients’ needs and staying up-to-speed with the dynamic job market. In fact, last year, we implemented a new service in which a client works with a volunteer to complete an online job application. For clients like Ernie, this support is essential to competing in today’s workforce. In 2017, staff and volunteers contributed to 24,712 hours of core curriculum instruction, helped write 2,503 resumes, and conducted 2,225 practice interviews. More than 1,700 clients landed outside jobs last year – and 70 percent of clients reached were still working after 6 months.

A LOOK IN TH E RE ARVIE W MIRROR OUTSIDE JOB GROW TH 2,000 1,750 1,500 1,250 1,000

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

Since 2010, outside jobs landed by clients have increased by 57 percent, with more than 1,700 men and women securing employment with our support in 2017. And as we look back on the first completed year of our five-year strategic plan, we are pleased to be on track to meet our goal to double job outcomes by 2021.

WHERE OUR CLIENTS WORK 17% Food Service 13% Construction/ General Labor 12% Warehouse 11% Retail/ Customer Service 10% Maintenance/Janitorial

6% Security OUTSIDE JOB INDUSTRIES

5% Healthcare 5% Administrative/ Office 4% Transportation 17% Other* *Includes entertainment, management, professional, technical, telemarketing, and unknown jobs 76


C H RY S A L I S S TA F F I N G

T R A N S I T I O N A L J O B S PRO G R A M

190+

For a Chrysalis client facing barriers to employment, a transitional job can be the right intervention that puts them on a pathway to success. A social enterprise* is an organization that addresses a basic or unmet need or solves a problem through a market-driven approach. Chrysalis was one of the first and leading nonprofits to add this component to our services in order to advance our mission of reconnecting people to the workforce. For Chrysalis clients facing barriers to employment, a transitional job can be the right intervention that puts them on a pathway to success. Three divisions of our social enterprise give Chrysalis clients the opportunity to earn a paycheck while developing soft skills, searching for an outside job, and working on other elements of their personal employment plan. *As defined by the Social Enterprise Alliance

businesses hired Chrysalis clients through Staffing and our Direct Hire program last year.

C H RY S A L I S S TA F F I N G

Launched in 1991, and known initially as Labor Connection, this program places temporary or temporary-to-permanent employees in a wide variety of businesses. C H RY S A L I S WO R K S

For more than two decades, this team has provided street cleaning services and more to a growing number of business improvement districts.

1,139

57 % I N C R E A S E F RO M 2 016

$4.96m

in wages earned by Chrysalis clients

C H RY S A L I S ROA D S

Started in 2016 through a partnership with the Los Angeles Mayor’s Office of Reentry and Caltrans, this program employs individuals on highway maintenance teams for up to 90 working days.

428k+

hours worked through Chrysalis Enterprises

5.8k+

tons of trash collected

32k+ 78

clients worked a transitional job

graffiti tags removed


C H RY S A L I S WO R K S TE A M S

4

“ A job gives someone a chance to change their life, but you’ve got to give someone a chance to get a job.” CAESAR , CONSTRUCTION WORKER NEW ROADS TO SECOND CHANCES GR ADUATE

Serving eight years in the criminal justice system left gaps on Caesar’s resume. Chrysalis and the Roads program set him up to secure permanent employment: ChangeLives.org/New-Roads 1 15

1

Arts District Los Angeles

2

Century City BID Association

3

City of Monterey Park

4

City of Santa Monica

5

Culver City Downtown Business Association

6

Downtown Center BID

7

Downtown Santa Monica BID

8

Figueroa Corridor BID

9

Greater Leimert Park Village Crenshaw Corridor BID

10

Historic Core BID

11

L.A. Downtown Industrial District

12

L.A. Fashion BID

13

Lincoln Heights Business Association

14

North Figueroa Association

15

North Hollywood BID

16

Pacific Palisades BID / The Pacific Palisades Chamber of Commerce

17

Wilshire Center BID

C H RY S A L I S R OA D S C R E WS

2

14

CREW

C A LT R A N S YA R D

1

Admiral

Tarzana

2

Buckeye

Silver Lake

3

California

Westdale Culver City Apple Street

4

Desert

San Fernando

5&6 13 17 16

2 4 7

6

3

12

3

5&6

10 11

3

1

5& 6 Emperor & Feather

5

8

Heliotrope Alameda

9

3

98


“ I see positive things happening

in my home, my career, and my health. Now that I am back in

the workforce, I feel like I have value again.�

K AT H E R I N E , PA R K I N G AT T E N DA N T A N D E D U C ATO R

With her solid educational background and steady work history, Katherine never imagined she would lose her career and home. After nearly a year of being turned down by potential employers, she realized she needed someone else in her corner. Chrysalis connected Katherine to the comprehensive resources and individualized support she needed to land a job and secure housing: ChangeLives.org/Katherine

9 10


2017 F I N A N C I A L S

$1,752 ,908

9%

Foundations

$1,902 ,098

10%

Government

$2 ,141,576

11%

Events (Net)

$1,417,967

8%

$11,676,996

62%

Chrysalis Enterprises TOTAL

t En

62% C h r ys a

Individuals & Corporations

lis

O P E R AT I N G R E V E N U E & S U P P O R T erp

r ise s

O P E R AT I N G REVENUE & SU PPORT

$18,891,545 100%

9% Individuals & Corporations

3

Chrysalis centers

10% Foundations

123

full-time employees

11% Government

329

volunteers

8% Net Events

donated their time and talent

ChangeLives.org/Volunteer

8%

Program

$4,947,651

27%

$11,921,797

65%

Chrysalis Enterprises TOTA L

$18,363,982

100%

y hr

sali

s E nt e r pr ise s

%

$1,494,534

8% Fundraising & Administration

65

Fundraising & Administration

C

EXPENSES

EXPENSES

27% Program

1110


DO N O R H O N O R RO L L Chrysalis is tremendously grateful to the community of individuals, foundations, corporations, organizations, and government agencies who contributed to our organization in 2017, making it possible for thousands of Chrysalis clients to change their lives through a job! 2 017 B O A R D O F D I R E C T O R S Jill Baldauf

Mary Ellen Kanoff

CHAIR

Joan Kramer

Hayward J. Kaiser

Jonathan Levinson

I M M E D I AT E PA S T C H A I R

Jeffrey Daly VICE CHAIR

Marchell Hilliard

Caroline MacDonald Nancy McCabe

S E C R E TA RY

Karen Murphy O’Brien

Paul Stapleton

Craig Murray

TREASURER

Gary Newman

Mark Loranger

Kerry O’Neill

PRESIDENT & CEO

Marc Ackerman Timothy Dubois Robert E. Hart Rick Hess

A DV I S O RY B OA R D Penny Brown Mark Gordon Ronald Hoge Donna Langley Katie Locke-Aviv

11 12

Alan Long

Colin P. Shepherd Steven Vielhaber Alan Vorwald Dana Walden Howard Zelikow

$100k+ Annenberg Foundation Anonymous The Herb Alpert Foundation Johnny Carson Foundation The Ralph M. Parsons Foundation Donna R. Romens The Rose Hills Foundation Roy & Patricia Disney Family Foundation Seth MacFarlane Foundation Skylight Foundation StandTogether Alan Vorwald & Sarah Ketterer Weingart Foundation $50,000 – $99,999 Bank of America Merrill Lynch The Carl and Roberta Deutsch Foundation The Green Foundation JP’s Peace Love & Happiness Foundation Kayne Anderson Capital Advisors Foundation May and Stanley Smith Charitable Trust United Way of Greater Los Angeles $25,000 – $49,999 Anonymous Carrie Estelle Doheny Foundation Chris Clarfield & Mitchell Clarfield Comcast NBCUniversal The Dan Murphy Foundation Martin W. Early Greystar I & G Charitable Foundation The Walter J. and Holly O. Thomson Foundation U.S. Bank Howard Zelikow & Marcie Zelikow $10,000 – $24,999 Accenture LLP Marc Ackerman Akerman LLP Anjac Fashion Buildings Anonymous Apartment SEO, LLC The Apatow-Mann Family Foundation Inc. Asset Essentials Avenue5 Residential Jill Baldauf & Steve Grossman Banc of California Berkadia

Berkeley Point Capital Thomas Berry Bluegrass Films Blumhouse Productions, LLC Bob & Dolores Hope Foundation Brad Lemons Foundation Buy-Rite Carpet Wholesaler, Inc City National Bank ConAm Management Corporation Conservice, LLC Samantha Counter & Alex Kurtzman Creative Artists Agency Jeff Daly & Marci Daly The David Geffen Foundation Michael De Luca Productions Deluxe Jason Diamond & Jessica Diamond Dogwood Building Supply Timothy Dubois & Peggy Dubois Elbaz Family Foundation Ernst & Young LLP Evolution Media Executive Coatings & Contracting Tammy Farley Fox Television Group and FX Networks FPI Management, Inc. Gisela Friedman & Jeff Friedman Gelt, Inc. Anna Getty & Scott Oster Ariadne Getty Balthazar Getty & Rosetta Getty Goldman Sachs & Co. Good Universe Hansen, Jacobson, Teller, Hoberman, Newman, Warren & Richman Robert Hart & Cynthia Hart Rick Hess & Carol Ann Hess Imagine Entertainment Intercontinental Real Estate Corporation JDC Construction and Development Group John Paul Mitchell Systems Patricia Johnson Janet Jones Hayward Kaiser & Susan Harris Mary Ellen Kanoff & Chris Kanoff The Kennedy/Marshall Company Joan Kramer & Aaron Kramer La Vida Feliz Foundation Laemmle Theatres Charitable Foundation Latham & Watkins LLP JoJo LaVina & Salvador LaVina

Jonathan Levinson Josh Lieberman & Maryam Lieberman Lionsgate Entertainment Company The Lon V. Smith Foundation Caroline MacDonald & Bob MacDonald Nancy K. McCabe & Patrick S. McCabe MCC Ltd. Karen Murphy O’Brien & Brett O’Brien Craig Murray & Lisa Murray Oarsmen Foundation On-Site.com Pacific Western Bank The Parish of Saint Matthew Nancy Patel & Nimish Patel Pass It Along Fund The Pfaffinger Foundation Pinnacle Property Management Services Rentlytics, Inc. RK Films Sawchuk Family Foundation Phoebe Scott Robert Shaye Sheila, Dave and Sherry Gold Foundation Jeff Shell & Laura Shell Colin Shepherd & Jacqueline Shepherd The S. H. Ho Foundation Limited Stephen Silk Russell Simmons Skybound Entertainment Karl Slovin & Laura Slovin Sony Pictures Entertainment Paul Stapleton & Noot Stapleton State, LLC Temple Hill TruAmerica Multifamily, LLC Union Bank Foundation United Talent Agency Valleycrest Productions LTD Steven Vielhaber & Alice Short Walker & Dunlop LLC Candace Weitz & Richard Weitz Wells Fargo Foundation WME $5,000 – $9,999 American Bankers Insurance Company of Florida Anonymous Anyone Home Inc. Benedict Canyon Equities, Inc. The Brotman Foundation

The Capital Group Companies Capital One Services, LLC Carl W. Johnson Foundation Castruccio Family Foundation Chris Morgan Productions Mike Clow Collective Church Alison Crowell & Richard Crowell CTBC Bank Corp. (USA) The Cynthia and George Mitchell Foundation Richard Dane & Cari Wolk John DeFazio Dermalogica John Dittmar Brian Eisendrath & Tara Eisendrath The Eli and Edythe Broad Foundation Beatrice D. Elliott Craig Emanuel ePremium Insurance Agency, LLC Denile Fisher & James Fisher Arthur Fogel & Kaleen Fogel Richard Friedman Jason Goldberg & Soleil Moon Frye Grainger Inc. Marc Gross & Susan Gross Charles Halladay & Christine Halladay Harman Family Foundation Hobart Street, Inc. Douglas Holte & Lisa Holte International Creative Management JMG Realty, Inc Judy Kahn & Mark Kahn Bryan Kelln & Emily Kelln Gary Lichtig Larry London & Vicki London Management 360 Roy H. March Margaret Meehan Jeffrey L. Miller Mitchell Silberberg & Knupp LLP New Regency Productions Nordstrom Kerry C. O’Neill & Esteban M. Estrada Lynn Owen The Peter Cramer Family Platinum Equity PwC Rentcollect & Assurant Mark Robbins David Rosenblum & Raina Rosenblum The Rosenthal Family Foundation Michael Rotenberg & Shannon Rotenberg Kevin Shannon


Showtime Networks, Inc Skybound, LLC Angelique Soave Greta Taylor & Ray Taylor Jenn Tegeler & Troy Tegeler Tim Allen Foundation Venable LLP Adam Venit & Trina Venit Visionary Women Warner Bros. Entertainment, Inc. The Willow Foundation Working Title Films Adrienne Zarnegin & Robert Zarnegin $2 ,500 – $4,999 3 Arts Entertainment Anonymous Elizabeth Banks & Max Handelman Ambassador Frank Baxter & Kathy Baxter Ed Berman & Robin Berman Marc Binenfeld & Julie Miller Wendy Block Susan Brauneiss & Marc Gamsin Claudia Bright & Kevin Bright Donna Broder & Michael Broder Celine Bundy-Kahn & Robert Kahn Joseph Calabrese & Margot Calabrese Doug Croxall & Natasha Croxall Diana Cutler Eric Dane & Rebecca Gayheart-Dane Sean P. Deasy Chad DePue & Stacy DePue Lani F. Dishington The Doris and Stanley Tananbaum Foundation Barbara Dreyfus & Edward Dreyfus Bryan Ezralow & Quinn Ezralow Deborah Fagan & Maury Fagan Wendy Felson & David Goodman Fiel Foundation Bill Gerber & Eve Somer Gerber Aileen Getty Tracey Gluck Mattis Goldman & Rebecca Goldman Judy Franz & Norman Franz Abbie Golden & Stan Golden Adam Goodman & Jessica Goodman Gregory Harris & Jennifer Harris Alison Hawkins & John Hawkins Houlihan, Lokey, Howard & Zukin Illumination Entertainment John L. Jacobs Jefferies & Company, Inc. KLM Foundation KPMG

Michael Landau & Sharon Landau Evelyn Lapham & John Lapham Heather Lieberman & Todd Lierberman Alan Long Mark Loranger & Katie Lichtig Florence Madani & Mike Madani Mailers Haven, LLC Benjamin Mallare Silvia Marjoram Celeste Pinto McLain & Tom McLain Michael McFerran Robert McKeon Peter McMillan & Theresa Strempek Penny Meepos & Stuart Rosenberg Melinda Maria Designs, LLC The Mesa West Foundation Millennium Media National Commercial Services Alex Nehorai & Atoosa Nehorai Gary Newman & Jeanne Newman Package Concierge Parcel Pending Inc. Mary Parent James Patricof & Kelly Patricof Bill Prady & Kirith Prady Pure Insurance Dania Ramirez Ann Ray & Michael Ray Rent Path Carmen Rodriguez RSM US LLP Melinda Russell RZH Enterprises Inc. Salesforce Santa Monica Travel & Tourism Marcia Schoettle & Michael Schoettle Lisa D’Andrea Schwartz & Thomas Schwartz Shem Streeter Sidney Stern Memorial Trust The Sikand Foundation, Inc. The Snider Foundation Karen Somers & Ryan Somers Roberta L. Stone Tammy Strome Brian Sullivan David Talbert & Lyn Talbert Sarah E. Tilley Valet Living Claire Van Konynenburg & Mike Van Konynenburg Jay Wintrob & Wendy Wintrob Rochelle Zimmerman Zumper, Inc.

$1,000 – $2 ,499 Activision Edward Adams & Roberta Turner Amblin Films, LLC. American Society of Travel Agents, Inc. Southern Cal Chapter Amanda Anka & Jason Bateman Anonymous Bob Antin Loryn D. Arkow Bryan Bains Sanford M. Baklor & Arlene Kaufman Scott C. Bales Sharon L. Barlow Richard Beale & Taylor Beale The Beall Family Foundation Dave Becky & Lainie Becky Gregory Bergman & Leah Bergman Elizabeth Berkley & Greg Lauren Patty Best & Peter Best Charles X. Block Rachel Bloom Brian Bowis & Taylor Bowis Trevor Breaux Nicholas J. Bridges George Bryson & Alina Sanchez C3 Church Los Angeles Steve Callas Captivate Pamela Carleton & Scott Carleton Daniel Castellaneta & Deborah Castellaneta The Cecile and Fred Bartman Foundation Liza Chasin & Matthew Velkes Christopher E. Chandler The Charitable Foundation Charles E. & Dorothy K. Brown Foundation Dylan Clark & Loren Montgomery Combined Federal Campaign Comerica Bank Anthony Cunha & Catherine Cunha Daniel Cunningham Barry Davis & Monica Davis Joe Drake & Maggie Drake Faye Drouillard & Vincent Drouillard Kim Dumas Gibson Dunn Frederick Eilber & Harriet Eilber Randall Emmett Trevor Fase Benjamin Feldman & Michelle Mulitz First Commercial Bank Diane Forester Claire Forlani & Dougray Scott

Christopher Fraley & Victor Self Frederick R. Weisman Philanthropic Foundation Brett Furrey Alexander Garcia, Jr. Inara George & Jake Kasdan Jim Geppert Ann Getty & Gordon Getty Vanessa Getty & William Getty Susan Gilroy & Tony Gilroy Gordon W. Godfrey Karen Gold Josh Goldstine & Stephanie Goldstine Daniel Grossman Christian Hagaseth Paul Halsch Jake Harrington Jeff Harris David Hibbert Marchell Hilliard & Dave Hilliard Dianne Hoge & Ronald Hoge Ann Horner & Brian Horner James Horowitz Sofie Howard Christopher Hurley Anna Hurst & Michael Hurst The h.wood Group ImageMovers LLC Matt Jacobson Jerome S. & Grace H. Murray Foundation Preston Johnson & Vicki Johnson Stanford Jones Jonathan Jordan Carly Kahane & Nathan Kahane Deborah Kallick & Ivan Kallick Todd Katler John H. Kendall Kevin & Suzanne Schon Foundation Inc Kirkland & Ellis Foundation Heni Koenigsberg John Krambeer & Susan Krambeer David Krontzman LEM Capital, LP Lloyd Levine Loeb & Loeb, LLP Eric London & Fernanda London Los Angeles County Charitable Giving Campaign Alvin Malnik & Nancy Malnik Tracy T. Maltas Dana Marie Love The Mark Gordon Company Tyler Martin Amanda Matus & Nicholas Matus Pamela K. McKenna

Rose McMillen David Meissner & Rosalva Meissner Michael & Susan Dell Foundation Giving Fund Milken Family Foundation Milton and Ruth Berman Family Foundation Robert Mitchell The Mohn Family Foundation Claire Moncrief Morgan Stanley Kimberly Muller & Michael Muller Tomoko Nagashima Harley J. Neuman NonProfits United The Normandie Club/Walker Inn Brian O’Connor Scott Odahl Michael O’Donnell ONEHOPE Foundation Orange County Community Foundation Annie Ottesen & Pal Ottesen Eleanor Padnick & Glenn Padnick Barbara Patrick & Robert Patrick Julie Platt & Marc Platt Pledgeling Foundation Pyramid Foundation, Inc Rawlings Family Charity Robert A. Rees Richard J. Riordan Fund Edward Ring Erin Robbins & Jordan Robbins Brigette Romanek & Mark Romanek Shiva Rose Edward Rosen Lois Rosen Christopher P. Ross Kim Roth Roy E. Crummer Foundation Ronn Ruiz Carl Rutschow Joseph Ruvolo Debbie Saidoff & Naty Saidoff Philip Saglimbeni Salvatore S. Saglimbeni Jacqueline Schaffer Jordan Schur Jesse Sharf & Stacy Sharf Danny Shepherd Dalia Sherry Shinola/Detroit, LLC Neil G. Siegel Amanda Silverman & Gregory Silverman Stefan Simchowitz

Andrew Siskind & Ellyn Siskind Sklar Kirsh LLP Michael Smith Walter A. Smith Anastasia Soare Specialty Family Foundation Art Spigel & Melinda Spigel Brenda Spira Laurie Spivak Lana G. Spraker Eric H. Stoff St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Community Scott Strauss & Stacy Strauss Kelly Styne & Nick Styne Ben Thompson & Jocelyn Thompson Jovan Trapani & Michael Trapani Untitled Entertainment Georgia Van Cuylenburg Vistex, Inc. Gary Wagner & Karen Wagner Emile Wakim Laura Wasser Elliot Webb Kevin Welk & Lindy Welk Dave De Wenter & Michele De Wenter Marcia E. Williams David Wirschafter & Dominique Wirtschafter Benjamin Wong Graham Woolf YourCause Dean Zander Barbara Zimmermann & Joel Zimmermann Christopher Zorbas Moira Zucker GOVERNMENT FUNDERS California Department of Transportation City of Los Angeles City of Santa Monica Corporation for National and Community Service County of Los Angeles Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security Federal Emergency Management Agency U.S. Dept. of Labor

1312


S PE C I A L E V E N T S

Crossing paths with supporters like you C H R Y S A L I S B U T T E R F LY B A L L Last year, the Chrysalis Butterfly Ball raised $1.7 million to help individuals out of poverty by Presenter Zendaya and 2018 Honoree Common

providing them with the tools they need to find and retain employment.

ONE

Special thank you to our gracious hosts

NIGHT

philanthropic partner

S U S A N H A R R I S & H AY WA R D J . K A I S E R

UNFORGETTABLE

700+ $15m+

ATTENDEES

RAISED SINCE 2002

K AY N E A N D E R S O N C A P I TA L A DV I S O R S F O U N DAT I O N

event founder & co-chair R E B E CC A G AY H E A RT- DA N E

co-chair & event committees, volunteers, and our event attendees! Presenter Patricia Arquette, 2018 Honorees Rosetta Getty and Balthazar Getty, and Butterfly Ball Founder & Co-Chair Rebecca Gayheart-Dane

M O R E 2 017 F U N D R A I S I N G E V E N T S Chrysalis’ GO ALL-IN Poker Night Chrysalis shuffled the deck and raised nearly $100k at its second annual Poker Night. Players arrived at the Santa Monica Museum of Flying for a ‘60s travel themed tournament.

1314

Michael Shenkman Memorial Ride Our hearts beat in tandem in honor of Michael Shenkman’s late son at this annual spin event, which has raised nearly $50,000 since its inception in 2016.

Cars & Coffee

Turkey Trot

Comedy Night

Chrysalis was honored to receive a donation of $25,000 as the charity of choice for South Bay Exotic’s car mixer.

Joined by Chrysalis’ #Commit2One partner, Chef Curtis Stone, and his Kitchen Brigade, supporters got their steps in and FUNdraised over $9,500 for Chrysalis.

Hosted by comic Vargus Mason at the world famous Comedy Store, this fun-filled evening raised $3,000 – the laughs and great company were added bonuses.

2018 Honoree Peter Cramer and Presenter Halle Berry


“ I thought my life was going to

be a life prison sentence on an installment plan. For over 6

years now, I’ve been working steady, and for 11 years, I’ve

been clean and sober. Today, I

feel like I’m succeeding in life.” R AY M O N D, D RU G & A LC O H O L R E H A B I L I TAT I O N C E N T E R B E H AV I O R A L T E C H 2017 J O H N D I L L O N AWA R D R E C I P I E N T C H RY S A L I S B U T T E R F LY B A L L

Each year at Butterfly Ball, we honor a Chrysalis client with the John Dillon Award. Named for our founder, the award celebrates the journey and accomplishments of a client, like Raymond, who has overcome their barriers and realized their dream of landing a job and changing their life: ChangeLives.org/Raymond

Connect with Chrysalis your way: ChangeLives.org/Events

@ChrysalisLA

ChangeLives.org/YouveGotMail 1514


60,000+ clients have turned to Chrysalis for support since 1984.

D ONATE

ChangeLives.org/Donate (310) 401-9387

VOLU NTE E R ChangeLives.org/Volunteer

HIRE

ChangeLives.org/Hire

FOLLOW

“ I was able to get a tremendous

@ChrysalisLA | #ChangeLives

amount of support at Chrysalis.”

M A R I A , R E A L E S TAT E B RO K E R

After a 4-year cycle of substance abuse and unstable housing, Maria came to Chrysalis and found a place where she could heal and prepare to return to her career as a real estate broker. Now, she inspires others with her story: ChangeLives.org/Maria

16

CHRYSALIS CENTERS Downtown Los Angeles 522 S. Main St. Los Angeles, CA 90013 (213) 806-6300

San Fernando Valley 13545 Van Nuys Blvd. #1 Pacoima, CA 91331 (818) 794-4200

Santa Monica 1853 Lincoln Blvd. Santa Monica, CA 90404 (310) 401-9400

Coming soon... Orange County ChangeLives.org/Expansion

Chrysalis' 2017 Annual Report: The Road Ahead  

Celebrate a truly remarkable year with Chrysalis, and consider joining us on the road ahead as we work to reconnect thousands of individuals...

Chrysalis' 2017 Annual Report: The Road Ahead  

Celebrate a truly remarkable year with Chrysalis, and consider joining us on the road ahead as we work to reconnect thousands of individuals...