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ANNUAL REPORT

2012


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A Message from AID Chairman and President Dear friends, This year at AID we have celebrated the growth, successes and accomplishments of the clients who rely on our support every day. We have also faced many challenges with resolve, determination and dedication. AID employees are above all else, compassionate advocates for the people they serve. For the coming year, they have pledged to help every client at AID (and themselves) focus on living a healthier lifestyle by promoting health education, regular exercise, nutrition and positive mental health. We are committed to being a healthier, fitter organization next year! Even though we are very excited about our health initiative, our spirits are somewhat dampened at the knowledge that we will continue to face ‘slimmed down’ revenue sources from the State. Medicaid and grant cuts continue to plague our financial picture. The State of Illinois continues to struggle with paying AID promptly for services rendered. We are so fortunate that our staff and Board members are very good stewards of our financial resources; keeping our balance sheet presentable even in these challenging times. We will continue to provide quality services in the face of any challenge. In an effort to create a new funding source for people with disabilities, the AID Board members took a very bold step this year, evaluating the potential for a Countybased referendum, in collaboration with a half dozen other local agencies who also serve individuals with disabilities. Thank you to all who are assisting in this effort by collecting signatures on petitions, making presentations to local clubs and community organizations, and helping to inform the public of the needs of our vulnerable citizens with disabilities. We are so proud that many individuals are obtaining and maintaining jobs, living in their own apartments and/or affordable group homes and participating in the community; AID acquired 3 new homes this year. We have much to be thankful for, including earning a 3 year accreditation from the National Commission-CARF, and of course, the incredible generosity of our family members, friends, employees, and community partners. Thanks to you all for your dedication to the individuals in your communities who need your support!

Chuck Miles AID Board Chairman

Lynn O’Shea President/CEO


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BOARD OF DIRECTORS

2011 - 2012 Board of Directors Chuck Miles, Chairman Patrick Flaherty, Vice Chairman Walter Dwyer, Treasurer Toni Vaughan, Secretary Sue Bergeson Milton Evans, Jr. Clifford Klotz Dan Lundberg Dr. Clem Mejia Jeff Noblitt John Potter Dr. Laurie Schnell

ALSO PICTURED:

Dr. James Hofer, former member Edward Keating former chairman Fred Norris former chairman Lydia Smith former member Lynn O’Shea president of aid


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P ROGRA MS & SERVICES Children’s Services:

Early Intervention: Developmental Therapists work with children (birth to age three) and their families on specific developmental goals. Audiology Services: Evaluation to determine a child’s ability to hear using a variety of tests and techniques. Identify degree and type of hearing impairments in children over 6 months of age. Children In-Home Support: Service facilitation, advocacy, personal support and assistance to children with developmental disabilities in their homes and community. Respite Services: Provides short-term relief to families of individuals with developmental disabilities.

Employment and Community Integration Services:

Developmental Training: Life skills, social and vocational training, sheltered employment and community integration for individuals with developmental disabilities to maximize their independence and community life. • •

Recycling Services Food Services

• • •

Subcontract assembly Lawn Care Other work training programs

Community Employment: Assist individuals in obtaining and maintaining community employment through on-site support. • •

Career Planning Job Coaching

• •

Job Development Janitorial Services

Community Support and Specialized Services:

Client and Family Support: Case management support, advocacy and referral for individuals to obtain community services. Home Based Support: Service facilitation and support for individuals with developmental disabilities to obtain/maintain appropriate services and to develop/maintain independent living skills. Autism Services: Dedicated classrooms provide a structured environment for the special needs of individuals with autism. Trained specialists implement visual supports and other augmentative communication devices. Keeler Pool Services: Warm water therapy pool that is beneficial for people with disabilities and other physical challenges. The pool is fully accessible for people with disabilities. Swimming lessons, lifeguard certification classes, aquatic fitness classes and pool rentals available. Behavioral Services: (for individuals with developmental disabilities) • Positive Behavioral Interventions for clients in need of behavioral support, provided by a Board Certified Behavior Analyst.


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P ROGRA MS & SERVICES • Behavioral Therapy and Counseling, individual and group, for clients needing additional support due to concerns resulting from historical and/or everyday stressors, provided by a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and Licensed Clinical Social Workers • Psychological evaluations completed by a Licensed Psychologist.

Residential Services:

Supervised Community Living: Home setting with 24-hour support for individuals who need to develop independent living skills. Supported Community Living: Intermittent support for individuals who have the skills to live on their own in the community.

Behavioral Health Services:

Behavioral Health Outpatient: Linkage, case management & counseling to assist clients in achieving the highest possible quality of life. Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) Substance Abuse Case Management: Proactive education and intervention to support sobriety. Psychosocial Rehabilitation: Social, educational, occupational, behavioral and cognitive intervention to increase independence in everyday life. Homeless Youth Services: Outreach and case management for homeless individuals who are 18 to 20 years of age. Psychiatric Services: Psychiatric evaluation and medication management services provided by board certified psychiatrists and psychiatric nurse practitioners.

Crisis Services:

Crisis Line of the Fox Valley: Free 24-hour telephone counseling to help callers with problems such as loneliness, relationship issues, emergencies, suicidal ideations and other crisis situations. Crisis Intervention Services: Walk-in or mobile crisis services to stabilize a person’s ability to function in the community. Services include assessment, counseling and referrals to appropriate community services. Sunshine Calls: Free daily support telephone calls to elderly and home-bound people. Victims Services: 24-hour assistance to victims and survivors of violent crime or trauma to respond to their psychological, emotional and physical needs. Services include crisis intervention, counseling, advocacy, education, information and referral.


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DEMOGRAPHICS Clients Served

FY09

FY10

FY11

FY12

Clients by Age


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DEMOGRAPHICS Clients by Race Caucasian - 2731

17%

<1%

African American - 682

16%

Other/Unknown - 844

54%

Hispanic - 794 Asian - 47

12%

Clients by Gender Male - 2563 49.8%

50.2%

Female - 2535

Clients by Program

5%

4% 6%

19%

1%

Community Integration & Employment Services - 1090 Developmental Disabilities Community Living Services - 224 Behavioral Health Community Living Services - 98 Behavioral Health & Crisis Intervention Services - 3689

65%

Children Services - 263 Community Support Services - 340


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2012 HIGHLIGHT S •

AID served over 5000 clients in program and services this year.

AID earned a 12th consecutive three-year national accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF).

We placed 68 clients in community jobs.

Clients in the workshop programs produced over $300k in subcontract billing.

The recycling program continues to expand with new partners and we are thankful to the Dunham Foundation for their ongoing support.

We opened two new residential homes during this year, Mark Avenue in Elgin and Fescue in Aurora.

Long time supporter, Millie Wolsfeld generously donated a home to AID. Thanks to Millie for her continued support.

12 clients have moved to less restrictive environments living in inclusive communities (special housing subsidy programs).

Some of our clients had other individual successes, including learning to ride the Pace bus independently, learning safety awareness in the community and learning to swim.


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2012 HIGHLIGHT S

We expanded Victims Services and Crisis Intervention Services to St. Charles and Yorkville.

We expanded STARS program which is a collaboration between AID and Fox Valley Special Recreation and opened our second class STARS II. We now have 30 clients participating in this therapeutic recreation program.

Volunteer opportunities for clients continue to expand through out the communities: Elgin Re-Store, Anderson Animal Shelter, Feed my Starving Children, The First Presbyterian Church Batavia Rehab Center, Bountiful Bless Food Pantry, Cancer Society, Northern Illinois Food Pantry, Kendall County Food Pantry, A.D.O.P.T. pet shelter and more...

AID Employee Lisa Schnell named Illinois’ 2012 Outstanding Direct Support Person.

The Elgin Aktion Club completed its first year of operation for our Elgin clients. This group is sponsored by our local Elgin Kiwanis and 32 clients participate in weekly meetings and fundraising activities.

We have an increased focus on Health Promotion for all of our clients. All clients are being invited to participate in exercise, health awareness, and healthy foods and cooking activities. Throughout the agency you will find walking clubs, healthy shopping groups, Belly Busters weight loss groups and more.

In collaboration with the VNA Health Center, AID will now offer Primary Care Health clinics located in the Behavioral Health Services building.


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AID F INANCIAL

Financial Position Assets Cash and investments Accounts receivable Property and equipment (net) Other Total assets

2012 $

2011

89,518 3,580,093 7,953,161 702,329 12,325,101

$

150,848 2,946,013 7,067,070 404,771 10,568,702

Liabilities Accounts payable and other liabilities Notes payable Total liabilities

2,611,362 1,912,851 4,524,213

1,642,100 2,097,575 3,739,675

Net Assets

7,800,888

6,829,027

$

12,325,101

$ 10,568,702

$

2,083,072 2,275,269 16,316,188 1,922,226 22,596,755

Total liabilities and net assets Public Support and Revenue Contributions Grants Service Fees Other income Total public support and revenue Expenses Program services Administration Ride in Kane Fundraising Total expenses Change in Net Assets

$

18,150,459 1,535,562 1,491,112 447,760 21,624,893 $

971,862

1,088,243 4,555,851 14,273,560 62,215 19,979,869 17,802,955 1,541,229 186,570 389,111 19,919,865

*

$

60,004

*AID net assets are larger in 2012 compared to 2011 due to generous donations of three group homes and one lift van. The actual surplus from operations is $36,961.


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F INANCIAL Expenses

4%

2% 2%

1%

7% 30% 7%

11%

36%

Income

18% Service Fees Grants

10%

72%

Contributions and Other

AID financial statements were audited by Mueller & Co. LLP in FY ‘12 and FY ‘11


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ACCREDITATION, CERTIFICATION AND LICENSURE • • • • • •

Accredited by CARF - Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities Certified by American Association of Suicidology Licensed by Illinois Department of Human Services • Division of Developmental Disabilities • Division of Mental Health • Division of Rehabilitative Services • Division of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse • Division of Community Health and Prevention • Bureau of Title XX Social Services Licensed by Illinois Department of Public Health Licensed by Illinois Department of Health Care and Family Services Licensed by Illinois Department of Children and Family Services as Child Welfare Agency • Licensed by Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation

Our Mission:

The mission of AID is to empower individuals with disabilities, mental illness, and special needs to achieve independence and community inclusion. AID has been serving individuals with disabilities in the Fox Valley area since 1961.

Contact Information:

Main Office: Association for Individual Development 309 West New Indian Trail Court • Aurora, IL 60506 Phone: 630-966-4000 Fax: 630-844-2065 Web: www.the-association.org

TDD: 630-844-5063

www.facebook.com/TheAID


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DONORS

Thank you to the many individuals, foundations and corporations who supported AID during the last year. This list includes donors who gave $100 or more between July 1, 2011 and June 30, 2012.

Abel, Claudia Abhann Products Ackley, George Adamitis, Don M. Advocates Network Air Tran Al Davalle Photography Alarm Detection Systems, Inc. Albrecht, Alfred Albrecht, Robert Aldi Corporate Aldrich, Le Roy E Allison, Gerald L. Altrusa International Club of Elgin American Landscaping American Legion Post #57 American Legion Post 489 American Sportswear Inc Amici’s Clubhouse - South Elgin Anderson, John Anderson, Judi Anderson, Leah Annabella Salon Spa Arrow Plumbing & Heating, Inc. Association for Individual Development Assurance Agency Ltd Aurora 88s Roller Derby Aurora Fire Department Aurora Fire Department Station #10 Aurora Public Schools District #129 Aurora Specialty Textile Group, Inc. Barodawala, Mohammed Barry, Laurence A. Bartlett Woman’s Club Bastian, Thomas G. Batavia Main Street Batavia Mothers’ Club Batavia Womans Club

Baumgartner, Thomas W. BDK Door, Inc. Beal, Dave Bean, Curtis W. Beary, Joseph E. Bechtold, Cindy Behrens, Ann Bell, Esther Benbow, Robert T. Benisidoun USA Bennett Law Firm, LLC Benziger, Keith E. Berg, William Bergeson, Susan R. Bernau, Warren Bethany of Fox Valley United Methodist Church Bethlehem Lutheran Church Bialek, John Bieth, Richard Alan Bjorn, Carin Bjornson, Verne E. Blakemore, Thomas F. BMO Harris Bank BMO Harris Bank BMO Harris Bank Bohnsak, Ronald Bonifas, Thomas L. Borchert, Robert L. Bosak, Beth Bosch, Kennneth C. Bosh, Ronald G. Boss, Michael Brandenburg, Patricia Branstad, John R. Brems, Stephen C. Brent, Aubry Brookfield Zoo-Chicago Zoological Society Broski, Mary Brown, Tracy Browning, Richard A. Bryant, Terry Bunce, Jode Burkett, Arthur Busby, William J.

Calvary Church Camm, Arline M. Carlson Rugs & Floor Coverings Carlson, Hal Alan Carson, James R. Carvetti’s Cassell, Chuck Caterpillar Foundation Cawthra, Jo Celtic Tenors Cervantes, Mario Chally, Jacob Chapa La Via, Linda Chelas Catering/The Luna Family Chevalier, Wanita G. Chicago Bears Chicago Cubs Chicago Premium Outlets Chiro One Wellness Centers LLC Cinnamon, Thomas Citizens to Elect Tom Weisner City of Aurora City of Aurora City of Batavia City of Batavia Clean Steam Car Wash Clegg, Dale Coach USA/Van Glader Cody Metal Finishing, Inc. Coffman Trucking Sales, Inc Coffman, Frank B. Colborne Foodbotics, LLC Collins, Joan Colonial Cafe of St. Charles Colwell, Mike Comcast Business Services Comfort Inn of Geneva Community Foundation of the Fox River Valley Congregational Church of Batavia Conover, Mary Lou

Cooper’s Hawk Core Solutions Inc Cornille, George Cote, Donald R. Coughlin, Bob Patrick Creadon, Lawrence C. Creighton, David J Crinigan, James D&S Communications Dahlquist, Bruce R. Dailey, Mike Dale, Mark Dalton, Randy L. Dannenberg, Michael M. Davine, John Davis, Stafford B. Davis, William J. De Dobbelaere, Joe De Dobbelaere, Matthew A. De Dobbelaere, Robert M. De La Paz, Arturo Delnor Health & Wellness Center - Geneva Deufel, Dan Deutscher, Curtis O. DeWitte, Linda L. Dickens, Richard Distelhurst, Evelyn B. Dodd, John C. Dodd, Robert C. Double Tree Hotel Draper, Janna Dream In Color Yarn Dreyer Medical Clinic Du Ray, Raymond Duerr, Jon DuMont, Guy A. Dunham Fund Dunlap, James G. Dwyer, Walter Dyer, Brenda Eagle Brook Country Club - Geneva EarthMover Credit Union Eby-Brown Foundation EFS Foundation


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AID DONORS

Egeland, Martha J. Elgin Community College Elgin Cosmopolitan Club Elgin High School Elgin Junior Service Board Elgin Junior Woman’s Club Elgin Moose Lodge #799 Elgin Rehab Parent Group (Barb Nomellini) Elgin Symphony Orchestra Elgin Township Engen, Paul Erickson, Adam Estate Of Bette L. Culhane Euclid Beverage - North Aurora Evans, Milton Excel Golf Tees Facility Supply Systems, Inc Farmer, Carol Faut, Gene M. Faville, Andrew M. Feece Oil Company Feltes, Vera M. Ferguson, George R. Fermilab Ferrell, Donald G. Fetting, Dennis E. First Alert Fisher, Maureen FitzHenry, Carol Marie Flaherty, Patrick M. Flaherty, William J. Flyke, Julie I Focas Hair Salon - St. Charles Forum Novelties Fox Valley Doll & Toy Club of Illinois Fox Valley Fire & Safety Company Inc Fox Valley Park District Frieders, Gregory W. Friends Of Juan Thomas Fromm, James M. Funderburg, Jack E. Galinsky, Dennis Gaslight Manor Courtyard West Banquets Geneva 708 Mental Health Commission Geneva Commons Geneva Community Chest Geneva Lions Club

George M. Eisenberg Foundation for Charities Georgeson, David A. Georgeson, John A. Gerbrecht, Bobbie J. Gerlach, John A. Ghosh, Parthasarathi Gibson, Randal R. Ginger Creek Community Church Giolitto, John G. Glanz, Kenneth E. Glowaty, Andrew W. Glowaty, Loretta V. Glynn, Delores P. Glynn, Kelly S Goldstein, Alvin Gordon, Melva Jo Gosselin, Ward G. Goulding, Hugh Graham’s Fine Chocolate & Ice Cream Grand Victoria Foundation Gregorash, Robert Griffitts, Steve Grimaldi, Jane C Groesbeck, Roy W. Groesch, Florian Gruenke, Glenn A. Guddendorf, John J. Guzman, Marino Hachette NYC Hahn, Edward J. Hailer-McMullin, Michelle Marie Halcrow, Ron B. Handke, Gregroy W. Hanover Township 708 Mental Health Board Hansen-Furnas Foundation Hardecopf, Michael Harrington, Catherine C. Harrington, David M Harris Architects Harris, Willie Mae Hatcher, Steven L. Hawkins, Alice M. Hawks, Richard G. Hazelwood, Kyle Hazelwood, Orville Perry Healy Chapel Heather Moore Jewelry Hebeisen, Alois B Heesch, Harry

Heinz Brothers Hem, Ron M. Henders, Richard Henry, Thomas M. Herb’s Bakery Inc - Elgin Herrera, Charles Heup, James E. Hienton, Jack W Hogan Plumbing, Inc. Hogan, Dennis J. Hollowell, Mary Ellen Hollywood Casino Honeywell International Corporation Charity Matching Hooters Restaurant Hopp, James C. Horton, Mark G. Houghton Mifflin Company Houlis, Bill Howell, Oliver Hoyda, David Huddleston, John Huddleston, Verna Huston, Nancy Hyatt, Rick A. Iden, Keith IHC Group Foundation Illig, Dieter Illinois Department of Transportation Illinois Office of the Attorney General INC Board, NFP Indilab Inc. Inland Bank And Trust International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers L.O. #117 Irish Club Iskerka, Agnes P. Izral, Kenneth F. Jarosch Bakery Jezior, Dennis W. JMs Electronic Inc Joe Bero & Son Plumbing Johnson, Jeff A. Johnson, John Johnson, Marian E. Johnson, Robert S. Jones, Mendel JP Morgan Chase Foundation Jurin Japanese Restaurant

Juvenile Protective Association K40 Electronics Kane County Cougars Kane County Flea Market Kane County Riverboat Funds Kaptain, David Karena’s Salon & Spa Katek, James R. Keating, Edward T. Kelley, Eileen Kendall County 708 Mental Health Board Kennedy, James A Kenny, Charlene M. Khetarpal, Rakesh Kicher, Carol Kilburn, Sharon Kimber, Doug Kimmel, L. E. Kingsbury, Rosemary Kinnally, Flaherty, Krentz & Loran, PC Kinnally, Patrick Kirner, Mary Kiwanis Club of Elgin Klatt, Thomas E. Klemaier, Carl L Klotz, Clifford R. Klotz, Curtis Klotz, Kimberly Knights of Columbus Knights of Columbus Council #12497 Knights of Columbus Council #14929 Knights of Columbus Council #2191 Knights of Columbus Council #4849 Knights of Columbus Council #654 Kopy Kat Copier Kowalczyk, Derek Krahn, Jeff M. Krauth, Michael Krave, Thomas J. Kroll, Doris I. Kroll, Jenny Kuen Gregory, Susan L. Kuen, Richard Kuhl, Christopher Kukan, John


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AID DONORS

Lacy, Keith Ladies of the Afternoon Lahner, Kenneth Lapeyrolerie, Arlie Larson, Richard J. Lauderdale Electric Lazarus House Leader, David S. Lebbin, Esther L. Lehman, John S. Lettuce Entertain You Restaurant Leviton Manufacturing Co. Inc. Levy, Gilbert Lewis, John H. Liepitz, Cathy Lies, Arnold E. Lilagan, Patricia Loran, Joseph C. Lowe, Wayne Lowrey, Owen Lubic, Bob Lusk, David Lynch, Tom Lynfred Winery Magique Novelties Maier, Richard H. Majestic Distributing Maki, Daniel Management Solutions of Illinois Inc Mandrelle, Rajnish J. Martinez, Ricardo Maszak, Thomas Maxson, Rose McCague, George McCleary, Scott F. McCloskey, Patrick S. McCracken, Thomas G McCue, Michael McCue, Michael McDermott, Raymond McFadden, Al V. McKee, John F. McMahon, Gary J. McMullin, David Paul McNamara, Charles D. McNeil, Cynthia S. McTavish, John B. Mehaffey, John Mehaffey, Mark Mejia, Clem

Mensch, Inc. Mercy Provena McCauley Manor Merlin’s Franchising, Inc. Midwest Ground Covers Miles, Chuck Miles, Howard D. Miller, Robert G. Minder, Barbara Minga Fair Trade Imports Mitsubishi Electric America Foundation Mitsubishi Electric Automation Mittag, Marlin M. Mlejnek, Barb Modery, Nancy Molenhouse, Jacob O. Molenhouse, Peter J. Molex, Inc. Molof, Keith Montgomery Popcorn Moore, Bill Moore, David B. Moore, Sally B. Moose Lodge #1368 Morris, Douglas J. Morrow, Gerald B. Morton Arboretum Mother’s Club of Geneva Mueller & Company, LLP Munson, Scott A. Murray, Trudy A. Murtaugh, Edward H. Mutual of America Myler, Charles Myles, Dean Natonek, Leon Nelson & Shea LTD Attorneys At Law Nelson, Charles B. Nelson, Margaret A. Nelson, Robert E. Nelson, Robert L. Nguyen, Viet Nickles, Ronnie W. Nicole, Kimberly R. Nicor Gas Noblitt, Jeff Nomellini, Peter North Aurora Mothers Club Northern Illinois University Novack, Robert G

Novak, Joseph L. Novak, Joseph L. Novy, Margaret O’Brien, Daniel Patrick O’Brien, Sandy Fino Ochsenschlager, Mary Oelker, Timothy L. Olah, Terrance Oleson, Clifford A. Ollayos, Clare M. Olund, Richard G. O’Malleys Bar & Grill Ormond, Neal Orof, Dori O’Shea, Daniel O’Shea, Thomas J. O’Shea, Tom Oswego Presbyterian Church Pagel, John Palmer, John Pancor Management & Services Panera Bread Company Downers Grove Panozzo, Robert J. Paramount Theatre Aurora Parks, Raymond W Peddy, Gerald Pedersen Family Foundation Pendleton, R. E. Pheasant Run Resort Phillips, Caryl I. Phin, Alan Pilmer, Donald Platt, Joan M. Plotzke, Christina Lynne Plotzke, George T. Plotzke, Joseph B. Plotzke, Rebecca Plumbers & Pipefitters Local 501 Poo-Pourri Pott, John Potter, John W. Poulton, Richard A. Pozzi, Gary L. Prairie State Packaging Prisco, Martha Prisco’s Finer Foods Pritikin, Seymoure S

Propheter, Marc D. Quilico, James Quinn, William J. Quintanilla, Maricela R.J. Kuhn, Inc. Plumbing & Heating Rakow, Thomas S Randall Liquors Rattner, Pamela Rauschenberger, Steven J. Real Time Sports Ream Hauser Architects Ream’s Elburn Meat Market Reid, Rose Reuland, David P. Reuland, Jacqueline D. Reuland, Jeffery Reuter, James E Reynolds Family Foundation Richardson, Robert J. Richter, Norman Richter, Norman Rieke Office Interiors Rippon-Kinsella House Rosell, Roberta Rosenfeld, Joseph Rossi, Mary Royster, James William Rubin, Arlen D. Ruby, John Ruminski, Richard K Rupp, Randall J. Russo, Thomas J Russum, Leonard W. Rygh, David E. Rygh, Gerald L. Saftig, Joe Salisbury, Lisa Salzbrunn, Steve Sandercock, H. Jay Sauter, Peter T. Scardina, John A. Schade, Bill Schalund, Sandy Schessler, Harold Schluntz, Brian L. Schmidt, Ron Schnell, Brent Schuemann, Don A. Schumacher, Kurt Scott, Bradford N Scott, Connie


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DONORS

SEALTEC Seick, Sylvester T. Seymour, James P. Shales, John Siegfried, David Simmons, Craig Simpson, Randy Slimmer, Dave Smith Amundsen LLC Smith, Delbert Smith, Elizabeth A. Smith, Jim Smith, Thomas E. Smith, Wayne Solarz, Steven Somer Core 504 Inc. Soprych, Kelly Source One Media South Melrose LLC Southwest Airlines Spinoso, John Springer, Eleanor Springer, Elyssa Joy St. Charles 708 Community Mental Health Board St. Charles Bank & Trust Co. St. Charles Kiwanis Golden “K” St. Charles Kiwanis Noon Club St. Charles Township St. John Neumann Church St. Laurence Parish St. Mark’s Lutheran Church St. Patrick Church Stanek, Vince Stanicek, John E. Staples Business Advantage Stark Sanitary Service West Chicago Stark, Irving State Farm Insurance Companies Stefek, William Stegmaier, Jo Ann Steinberg, Abraham Stith, Mary Lynn Styka, Randal Sugar Grove Fire Protection District Sullivan, Brian Swims, Willie G. Sybaris Pool Suites

Tandezla, Robert Tatara, Richard M. Tataryn, Dwain K. The Cakery - North Aurora The Fireside Grille The Hershey Company The Highlands The Inn Crowd The Kane County Bar Foundaton Inc. The Spice House Thistle & Bee Thomas, Gregory Thomas, Kaye M. Thomas, Larry Thomas, William G Thompson, Dewey Thompson, Richard A. Thompson, Tommy L. Tilbrook, Roger W. Tomka, J.T. Tom’s Auto Clinic Torres, Timothy S. Total Body Dynamics Tripar International Trippon, Daniel Trippon, Mary Jane Truist Trust Company of Illinois Tucker, Charles Tupa, Marcus J. Turnage, Aldwin N. Turner, Becky Turner, Norm Turner, Robert Twelve Twenty-One Fund Underhill, Loren Unger, Robert M United Way - Elgin United Way - Fox Valley United Way AT&T United Way of Batavia United Way of Central & Northeastern Connecticut United Way of Central Kane County United Way of Metropolitan Chicago Upstaging Van De Voorde, Margie Vaughan, Robert W. Vick, John Peter Village of Lombard

Village of North Aurora Villamil, Lillian Villanueva, Carmelo R. VIM Recyclers, L.P. Vogelman, Gregory P Vogtritter, Anna Volkert, James Von Schnase, Diane Voreis, John Voris, Frank K. Waldron, Susan Wall, Duncan S. Walter J. & Edith E. Best Foundation Walters, Lori Warner, Allan Wasco Nursery & Garden Center Waters, John S. Wathen, Mary Susan Waubonsee Community College Weber, George G. Weeks, Raymond M. Weiland, Richard J. Weiner, Barbara A. Weisner, Tom J. Weldstar Werrbach, Douglas E. Werrbach, Mary Whetsel, Jennifer White, David White, Helen C. Whitt, Stuart L. Widmayer, Joe Wieck, Corinne Wild, Payson S. Williams, Timothy D. Wilson, E. Clifton Wilson, Wendy Windy Acres Farm Wine, Jack M. Wine, Sheryl Winkle, Carol Winkle, Joseph V. Winkle, Matthew E. Wolsfeld, Millie K Woltman, George Woman’s Club of Aurora Wood, Joan Woodlock, Cheryl Wooley, Frank J. Wormley, Budd

Wyllie, James W. Yoakam, Linda Yorkville Congregational Church Young, Aaron Youngren’s, Inc. Zachary House Zancig, Robert J. Zeus & Co. Zillgitt, Arthur D. Zimmerman Ford Zonta Club of St. Charles, Batavia and Geneva Zweibohmer, John R.


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Finding Opportunities at AID in 2012!

Electronic Recycling

Lawncare Services

Holiday Gift Production

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