Envision Unlimited 2021 Annual Report

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2021 annual report 1


Reimagining

Independence

Adventures and Expeditions

Front Cover: Envision member Noemi enjoys the imaginative Van Gogh Immersive Experience, one of the 2021 Adventures and Expeditions shared by our members.

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Photo Credit: Cynthia Cazares


Board of Directors

Executive Team

Dan Durbin, Chair Julie Dreixler, Vice-Chair Mark Jak, Vice-Chair Brittany Scott Nanry, Treasurer Chrisonia Butler, Secretary Heather Nornes, Immediate Past Chair

Mark McHugh President and CEO

Jon S. Bilton Kate Caldwell, PhD Becky Carroll Ryan C. Green L Justin Harris Mark Jackson Fernard (Robert) Kenniel Lawrence Kipperman Niamh Kristufek Mary K Krupka Ashvin Lad John F. Lemker Lori Marin Ed Mullen Dennis O’Malley Dorothy O’Malley Dan Proft Sarah C. Rassey Zernul Shackelford, Jr. Brian Snell Mohib Yousufani Mark McHugh President and CEO

Bishal Maskey Chief Financial Officer Betty Jackson Chief Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Officer Marty Mosby Kenahan Chief Development Officer Paul Selden Chief Strategy Officer Colleen Rosa Senior Vice President, Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD) Services Jean Xoubi Senior Vice President, Mental Health and Business Development

Associate Board Katherine Bagnowski Keirstin McCambridge Sarah Morse Alyssa Poniatowski Colleen Raleigh Simone Schwartz Lars Skarford Sylvia Wtorkowski Kenzie Hunt, Staff Liaison

Donna Ennis Vice President, Community Living, Home-Based and In-Home Respite Services Susan Gardner Vice President, Day and Employment Services Daniel Kennedy Director of Property Management Robert Kowalski Director of Human Resources Angela Isit Director of Quality Assurance Chrisonia Butler Director of Board Affairs

We Thank Our Heroes Donna Ennis Henrietta Okonta Anthony Bennett Erika Wright Gabriela Karteir Jason Whitmer Jimmy Sanchez Monika Neuland-Thomas David Pufundt Dasheka Moore Yolanda Battle, RN Dan Kennedy

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Board Chair Dan Durbin joins Envision Media Club members and staff during our month-long InMotion for Envision fitness challenge.

Welcome

#EnvisionProud. We frequently use this hashtag in reaction to Envision Unlimited’s accomplishments during the pandemic. We are immensely proud that the Board of Directors’ plans and investments, leveraged by an adept and passionate management team and a committed and caring staff, has led to our resilient emergence from a shocking global pandemic and lockdown.

We have learned that we can keep the pandemic on our radar without allowing it to change our trajectory. For example, Envision is now delivering training and therapy to children in their familiar home surroundings or conveniently online. We also have implemented the Illinois Department of Human Services’ multidisciplinary Acute Community Treatment/Community Support Team approach that enables individuals with We could not have predicted such an extreme acute mental illness to receive the services event. We also did not realize that our standard preparedness level and commitment to protect they need without isolating them from their and support the Envision members and staff in communities. We even help them find and our community homes, day centers, and mental maintain employment. health programs would inspire us to be resilient Are we #EnvisionProud? Yes! We are excited through the worst weeks of the pandemic. that reimagining Envision is giving more people with disabilities the chance to reimagine their Our management and staff could have lives. spent the remaining months of FY 2021 just It would not have been possible without your maintaining our high level of service. Instead, support. On behalf of the Board, I extend our they actively searched for new challenges heartfelt thanks. to conquer. And they reimagined new ways to serve. Thanks to their passion, we now Warmest regards, deliver more flexible, accessible, innovative, and responsive programs for individuals with disabilities than we have in our 73-year history. Chairman of the Board 4


Envision members Jenny O and Phoebe exercise with President and CEO Mark McHugh during our reimagined fitness fundraiser, InMotion for Envision.

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ho doesn’t remember their first time riding a two-wheel bike? You probably were nervous—and the handlebars were wobbly. After all, you had never done this, so someone held onto the rear of the bike to keep you steady while you persevered.

our terms. We designed new programs that made inclusion a more tangible experience for our members, as you’ll see in this report. Some of them were in conjunction with community partners who were eager to engage more deeply with our programs and members.

Before you knew it, you were coasting down the sidewalk. You turned around to brag about how well you were doing—and no one was there! You had been pedaling in a straight line without training wheels, and you were picking up speed.

While we do not invite adversity, we found a silver lining that made us stronger and more resourceful. It brought us together for the common good. And, as we have learned during the past year, it can inspire us to reimagine an even greater Envision Unlimited tomorrow than we created today.

For Envision Unlimited, this past year was much the same experience. We had never encountered anything as alarming as a pandemic or its accompanying lockdowns. Yet, there we were, making all the necessary adjustments not only to power through several phases of it, but to reimagine a new normal on

Thank you for joining us on this thrilling ride! Gratefully, President and CEO

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Reimagining

Community Day Services,

Around the world, many struggled to adjust to the realities of a global pandemic. But in the Envision Unlimited universe, we saw an opportunity to reimagine, reinvent, and reshape our community day services offerings. The changes we created are not only dramatic; they are engaging and popular. Our new Adventures, Expeditions, and Neighbors programs give our members more choices, more independence, and enables them to be integrated into the community more organically than ever before. This “new normal” in our Community Day Services reinforces our mission, sharpens our vision, and our staff and members love it!

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Adventures Unlimited

Expedition Model

Neighbors Program

MORE Choices

MORE Independence

MORE Inclusion

• Members attend social or cultural outings in addition to those initiated by their day programs.

• Outings are planned by members and enable them to meet with friends, like others their age.

• Outings can occur in the evenings or during weekends anywhere in the city.

• They choose a meeting place—and arrive and depart independently rather than as a group.

• Members visit each other’s communities and discover what makes them unique. • The program also encourages members to explore their own communities, meet small business owners and workers.


Autism Therapy, and Mental Health In 2021, we expanded our autism treatment services to children between the ages of 2-17. We began delivering these vital services directly in their homes through our accredited ABA Therapy telehealth program. We also elevated our mental health services to another level by adding telepsych (online) services and new programs for those with serious mental illness. The Acute Community Treatment (ACT) and the Community Support Team (CST) hybrid model gives clients access to mental health services close to their homes and surrounds them with 24/7-level support to manage their illness. Many are able to not only avoid hospitalization but also successfully hold jobs.

ABA Therapy for Children

ACT Program Mental Health

Mental Health

In-Home and Online

Stronger Support

More Resilience

• Leverages Envision’s 70+ years experience to improve the outcomes for the growing number of children diagnosed with autism.

• Treatment and support are offered near clients’ homes.

• Children safely receive therapy in familiar surroundings.

• A multi-disciplinary team provides psycho-therapy, substance abuse treatment, psychiatry and help with housing and employment.

CST Program

• Aims to decease the number of crisis episodes and help clients manage their illness, reduce symptoms and avoid hospitalization. • Also employs a multidisciplinary team approach. 7


Reimagining

Inclusion

Mental Health Client Lands a Dream Job and a Home As a teen, Danny dreamed of being an auto mechanic. He pursued that dream at Truman College and even landed a job in the field. He quickly discovered that he really didn’t enjoy it. After experiencing symptoms of mental illness, he wanted a job that could help him manage his health needs. His employer shifted him to a janitorial role. That worked. “It was easier and more flexible,” he said. Then Danny spotted a position online that really excited him: a janitorial role at Wrigley Field. He has worked at Wrigley for one year with the aid of Envision’s Community Support Team. Within months of starting the job, he was able to move out of a group home and into his own apartment.

Danny says he loves his job at Wrigley.

“The goal is two-fold: resilience and recovery,” explained Jean Xoubi, Senior Vice President of Mental Health and Business Development. “Once resilient, individuals should be better able to get on and stay on the road to recovery, including holding a job and becoming self-sufficient.”

Host Family Program Delivers Warm Welcome Within a span of four months, the two most important people in Terrill’s life were gone. His brother died in January 2021. In April, complications from Covid claimed his mother. At 51, Terrill suddenly needed a home. Envision’s Host Family Program places adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) in compatible homes. But the pandemic made it difficult to make those vital in-person connections. The shift to virtual meetings, allowed Maggie and Jerome Harris to visit with Terrill online. The couple had fostered four teens and had previously hosted an Envision member. When Host Family Coordinator Latonia Everett told them about Terrill, they were eager to host again. 8

That first meeting was followed by weekend visits, and the two men quickly bonded over sports. In late August, Terrill moved into the Harrises’ Southwest Side home. In September, he took time off from work and joined his host family for a nine-day vacation in Las Vegas, where the Harrises have property. “Terrill is such a warm person. He just touched my heart. We just fell in love with him. I tell everybody he’s my son,” said Maggie Harris, who also has a grown daughter. “He likes helping around the house. He’s perfect in every way.” By all accounts, this pairing was a match made in heaven—an outcome the Envision Host Family program strives to achieve. They exceeded their placement goals for 2021, despite the pandemic challenges. And they anticipate another successful year—no matter what challenges arise.


Reimagining

Fundraising

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ABC 7’s Tanja Babich graciously welcomed us into her home where she hosted our first virtual gala. And world-renowned violinist Patricia Treacy chatted with us before her solo performance. Watch our gala here to see why it received rave reviews. To peek inside the program book, click it. With the help of staff, volunteers, and community partners, members produced a highly successful virtual fashion show, “Fashion Outside the Box.” Watch it now.

(l to r) Board Director Mark Jackson, Envision member Walter G., Cole Jackson, and Director Ed Mullen helped kick off the 2021 InMotion for Envision fitness challenge. The month-long event was created by 2020 Donor of the Year Tim Smith when the pandemic canceled our Bike the Drive fundraiser. 9


FINANCIAL OVERVIEW Envision Unlimited’s balance sheet continued to improve this past year, providing the flexibility necessary to enhance programs and services which achieve our overall mission and purpose. Through determination and perseverance, we were able to achieve this despite the challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. During fiscal year 2021, net assets totaled $10,609,561—an increase of $220,265 notwithstanding reduction in program fees because of the pandemic. This increase was largely driven by government support through CARES Act funding and “Reinvention” payments. Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) services continued its strong performance along with Community Living Services and Mental Health Services while Day Program Service revenues suffered due to pandemic-driven low member attendance. While we begin fiscal year 2022 with similar pandemic-related challenges, we are hopeful that our programs will get back on track for growth and enhanced services as COVID-19 infections diminish and we return to normalcy.

Brittany Nanry, Board Treasurer

PROGRAM EXPENSES

Mental Health Services $7,548,018 Foster Care Services $1,613,835

Other Program Services $464,807 Community Day Services $7,931,763

Community Living Services $23,133,629

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FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS Summary of Revenues/Expenses For the 12 months ending 6/30/2021 In whole dollars

2020

Revenues: Operational Revenue Program fees and other revenues Contributions

2021 YTD 6/30/2021 Actual

2020 FY Ending 6/30/2020 Actual

40,439,500 3,068,257 1,315,924

35,626,582 3,284,312 2,373,238

Total Support and Revenue

44,823,681

41,284,132

Expenses: Community Day Services Community Living Services Foster Care Services Mental Health Services Other Program Services

7,931,763 23,133,629 1,613,835 7,548,018 464,807

9,032,463 22,501,821 1,415,750 4,039,197 452,132

40,692,052

37,441,363

3,289,494 621,873

3,121,619 656,324

44,603,419

41,219,306

220,263

64,827

Total Program Expenses Management and General Fundraising & Development Total Expenses Net Surplus (Deficit)

FY2021

Assets Cash & Cash Equivalents Other Current Assets Total Current Assets Fixed Assets, net Other Assets Total Assets Liabilities and Net Assets Total Current Liabilities Total Long-Term Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Net Assets Total Liabilities and Net Assets

(Unaudited)

FY2020

15,840,924 2,433,543 18,274,467 7,359,077 113,735 $25,747,279

6,815,325 3,624,884 10,440,209 7,533,038 107,735 $18,080,982

7,853,007 7,284,711 15,137,718 10,609,561

6,406,867 1,284,819 7,691,686 10,389,296

$25,747,279

$18,080,982

2021

TOTAL SUPPORT AND REVENUE $50,000,000

$25,000,000

$0

NET SURPLUS (Deficit) $300,000

$150,000

$0

LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS $30,000,000

$15,000,000

$0

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Reimagining with a little help from

266 Friends Our heartfelt thanks to our 2021 volunteers—individuals and groups who were so generous with their time, attention, and compassion. You breathed life into our dreams. We deeply appreciate you. 200+ Lovely Individuals The Ability Experience Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois Sheree Bynum CILA Holiday Party Hosts Congregation of St. Joseph Erika Gilchrist Envision Unlimited Board of Directors Envision Unlimited Associate Board Feed6 Graymont Medical KPMG Pi Kappa Phi REI Stantec Team Envision for Bike the Drive

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2021 Volunteer of the Year Boosted Members’ Self Esteem “I’m beautiful. I’m beautiful. I’ve got it going on!” The words echoed throughout Frick Center as Envision members embraced the spirit of the lyrical mantra. They were all aglow, almost dancing, after spending a few hours with former model Sheree Bynum, who was prepping them for their upcoming fashion show. Sheree met Envision the same way so many people do: through a chance encounter with Chief Development Officer Marty Kenahan. When Sheree mentioned that she had been a model, Marty cataloged that information and kept in touch. Fast forward two years. After discovering that Envision members wanted to stage a fashion show, Marty instantly reached out to Sheree. Just as quickly, Sheree volunteered to help. Sheree says our Envision members inspired her with their enthusiasm and willingness to be “sassy” on the runway. To reward that sass, she bought and presented each model with a trophy at the dress rehearsal. Each was personalized with the member’s name--and the mantra she taught them to repeat to themselves as they strutted the runway. This memorable member-inspired and member-led fundraiser was made even more joyful because of the effervescent woman who not only believed in the members, but reminded them that they are beautiful. Sheree (l) coaches Miss Lillie.

Members Reimagined and Reconnected After months of being separated from their friends, Envision members at Westtown Center were inspired to imagine how they could stay connected if they couldn’t be together. Their solution was to publish an electronic newsletter for, by, and about Envision members: stories about their activities, expeditions, home lives, favorite books, movies, TV shows, and even recipes. With the encouragement and support of Westtown Center Director Hannah Lowe and journalist Ruth Lopez, their dream was realized. On April 8, they launched it online. Since then, members from other centers have contributed stories and they have published nearly 30 bi-weekly issues. The collaboration has broadened members’ circle of friends, improved their writing skills, and given them a tremendous sense of accomplishment. 14

Click here to visit the online archive.


Donors Challenged Us to Reimagine in

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arents Karen and Jon Cashen were concerned. The pandemic had closed their daughter Phoebe’s community day center. Without activities, adventure, and social interaction, what would she and the other members at the Center do? After all, who knew how long the pandemic lockdown would last? And what impact would it have on the well-being of Envision members? Working with Envision President and CEO Mark McHugh and Vice President of Day and Employment Services Susan Gardner, the brainstorming began. “We considered a variety of activities that members could engage in away from the centers,” Susan Gardner recalled. One option: As part of its inclusion activities, Envision has always encouraged members to spend more time in the community and exploring the city. Because of the expense, it wasn’t a formal program. Now, it would be. Donor funding also strengthened Envision’s Art Studio and Van J. Voorhees Horticulture Program activities. There had been a media club, but now they had funding to produce virtual programming for members who were shut in. And they distributed iPads to members who had no technology to access that programming. There are exercise and sign language classes. Board member Lori Marin hosts an “Arm Chair Adventure” show in which she shares photos from some of her trips to adventurous places. To socialize and meet new friends, there is even a program where members from all the centers can chat with each other over coffee. And from fashionista Phoebe’s love for blinging purses and gently worn denim jackets was born the idea for the members to produce a runway show with a “Phoebe’s Fashions” segment. “I think back about how this past year could have been very limiting and really depressing,” Karen Cashen reflected. “But in fact, it has not been. It has been a new way of looking at skills and talents and interests and enthusiasm. And it’s turned out to be just fine, and so I think moving forward, things will be even better!”

Phoebe teaches roommate Barbara how to decorates a jacket.

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Donors Made It Possible to Reimagine $25,000 and Above

Blue Cross Blue Shield Karen and Jon M. Cashen Foundation for Human Development Illlinois Council on Developmental Disabilities Mary Kay Krupka Teresa and Robert Lewandowski Mission Sustainability Initiative at Forefront PwC Charitable Foundation, Inc.

$10,000-$24,999

Aileen S. Andrew Foundation Anonymous Kristen and Jon Bilton BMO Harris Bank Jymme and Steve Chaouki The Coleman Foundation Congregation of St. Joseph Darque Syde of D’Lyte Productions Dr. Scholl Foundation Julie and John Dreixler Nancy and Daniel Durbin Great Computer Solutions, Inc MUFG Union Bank Judy and Tim Smith TransUnion, LLC

$5,000-$9,999

Becky Carroll and Jon Friend Chicago Temple Fund Christopher Cartwright Elliot J. Favus Illinois Arts Council Agency Jack Halm and Mark Jak Edward and Wanda Jordan Family Foundation JP Morgan Chase & Co. Larry Kipperman John Lemker Mark and Leesa McHugh Mutual of America Brittany and John Nanry REI Co-op RSM US LLC Lorrie and William Schneider Staub Anderson LLC 16

$2,500-$4,999 Patricia L. Arnold Carol Barnes Barr Charitable Trust Beverly Bank & Trust Paul Behrman Kate Caldwell Janet Caldwell Thomas and Melanie Canale Ecolab Rita and Tony Gupta Illinois Select Risk, LLC Betty J. Jackson Jewel Osco Foundation Marty and Mike Kenahan Niamh and Christopher Kristufek James Moyna Dennis O’Malley Dorothy and Michael O’Malley Michael A. Pizzuto Leanne and Salvatore Oliveri Sarah and Lou Rassey Carolyn and Robert Redd Paul Selden and Karen Singer Signature Bank UCP Seguin of Greater Chicago

$1,000-$2,499

Maureen Kennedy Barney Clearbrook Deborah and Dennis Conway Doubletake Promotional Marketing Christ and Christopher Eb Donna Ennis Zvia and William Feigenbaum Meg and Karl Frey Mary and Michael Green Ryan Green Haven Home Staging and Redesign Mark Jackson Zina and Milan Jak Barbara Johnson Connie Knapp Halina and Robert Kowalski Judith and James Kranjc Kim Kraska Gail and Don Kraska Mark Lewandowski Jason Laky and Isabel Londono Cindy Lusignan and Nancy Miller Kristin and Roderick MacRAE

Lori and Lee Marin Jackie and Tim Martin Julie McGill Ed Mullen Heather and Randy Nornes Paulist Fathers Old St. Mary’s Church Marc Realty Paul Rink Colleen and Rafael Rosa Nalini and Ravi Saligram Marcia Sauzek Jennifer and Brian Snell Charlene and Carl Sterzel Christa and Rox Voorhees Whole Foods

$500-$999

The Adreani Foundation Katie and Gerald Bagnowski Emily Barr and Scott Kane Bonnie and Brad Bates Bess Charitable Fund Cheryl Broadhurst Jean Butzen Chicago Community Trust Jenna Countryman and Craig Roehl Elizabeth and Rimmer Covington Lisa and Joe Curci Colleen Donohoe Mary and Bradley Lee Fitzpatrick Susan Gardner Anastasia and John George Pam and Richard Goldsmith William Hackney Sophia Hamilton Michelle and Justin Harris Theodore Krakowski Philip and Kathleen Lannon Jorie and Dan Maring MM Impact Alpha Fund Kristiana Moynihan Kristina B. Norton Rosemarie and Rosito Penera Melissa and Mark Pignotti Howard Schnitzer John Schumacher Stantec Consulting Services Inc. Karen Pierce and Carey Weiss Karl Stark and Kristin Wolf Karen and Bob Strizak Giving Fund Pat Verhoestra Jean Xoubi Pattie Zinski


$1-$499 Judith and Michael Abbey Ability Experience Sally Acker and John Curran Julia Ahrns Sarah Ailey Stephen Allen Dannielle Allen Zrinka Allen Sharon and Scott Andersohn Jolie Horen and Mark Anderson Alissa Aranas Catherine Aranas Enrique Aranas Joy Aranas Vincent Aranas Tony Aranas The Axelrad Family Fund Brock Auerbach-Lynn Jeff Augustian Mariajulia Aulet Matt Baker Hawawu Alli Balogun Paul Barger Mildred C. Barnes Rose M. Beal Robin Benoy Angela Berger Cecilia Bernuy Janice and John Besser Michelle Bibergal Natalie Blider Stephen Blyth Mary Ann and Donald Blyth Lori Boers Claire Bohmann Jim Bollenbacher Cathy Bonfield Carolyn Booth George Bordjoski Olga Bordjoski Mary Borysewicz Donna and Greg Boudreaux Jeanne an Thomas Boyle Cheryl and Kevin Braude Charlene Brown Kathleen Brown Nancy Brown Linda and Peter Bruggemann Tracy Brunette Jennifer Bruss Christopher B. Burke Chrisonia Butler Jerry Buttimer John Buttross Susan Buttross Maria and Chester Buziak

Janan Cain Margaret Caldera John Caldwell Pamela Caldwell Cristina Caponigri Lawrence Caponigri Anthony Caponigri Teresa Carns Lisa Carson Marlies Caughell Thomas Cavenagh Lauren Challa Susan Chayet Ana Chee Mary Lou Chiappori Ron E. Cichon John Cleary Kendric Cobb Ellen and Matthew Coghlan Christine Conrad Mary Conrick Detelina Coons Alexa Cottrell Anne and Joseph Coughlin Buck Covington Rimmer Covington, Jr. Josh Cramer Michael Crosthwait Judy Crosthwait Ottis Crudup Leonie and Clinton Cunningham Deanna Cunningham Kelley Currier Mary J. Curtsinger Maryann and Vince Cushing Bill Cuthbert Christopher Cyr Diane Daly Mark Daniels Christine Darragh and Frank Mullen Meredith Darnall McKisha Davis Destiny Davis Marilyn A. Dawson Denise Dean Missy DeBardeleben Donielle Deering Louise and Thomas Deske Michelle Detweiler Dominic Di Stasio Marybeth and Joseph Dietz Diana Dill Nick DiStasio Rosalie Dixler Kathleen Doherty-Boyle Mary and Vic Doucette Christina Dougherty

Jenna Dreixler Jillian Dreixler Tina Duffy Heidi Dulebohn Debra and Tim Dunne Richard Durbin Nora and Pete Durbin Kate Emshoff Sara Ennis Jaili Fajardo Jennifer and Emmanuel Fakkas Jazmine Fews Emily and James Flaherty Bonnie and Peter Flanzer Nicholas Fobes Gretchen Foley Tom Foley Doug Fox A. Fernando Freire Jacqueline and James Frett Martin Fritts Patricia and Les Gaines Cleofe Garcia Tanja Garic J. Gathman Danielle Gender-Walters Marie Genovese Erika Gilchrist Charlotte Gilmore-Williams Michele Glueckert Kenneth Gomillia Janice Gordon Sandra and Ronald Gorski Lyn and Lawrence Grant Michele R. Grieves Ethan Guillaume Anuj Gupta Lanni Guttman Barbara Guttmann Caroline Haehnel Joseph Haffner Susan Haines Jay B. Haney and Anne P. Mosby Carmella Hannon Jim Haptonstahl John Harris Romanita Harris Joseph Harzich Timeka Hatcher Kristin Haug Deborah Hayes Ida Hayes Mary Healy Michael Heaney Shona Hedke Jansen Hein Elisa Helford 17


Jonathan Hertel Bobbie Hett Laura Higgins Charles Hodgin Jr. Susan Holliday Michelle Hooper Bing Howell Jim and Karen Hrones Jennifer L. Huck Cindy and Greg Hunt Kenzie Hunt Lynn Hunter Karen and Mark Hurley Meredith Irvine Angela Isit Paulette Jacobsmeier Anna Jacobson Rohit Jaini Joe Jefferson Jennings Chevrolet & Volkswagen Brittany John Laurel and John Johnson Peter Joyce Shirley and Joseph Kaczanowski Maiysha Kai Alfred Kantner, Jr. Sam A. Katz Vickie Kean Barbara Kelly Matt Kenahan Kathryn Kenahan Jessica and Joe Kenahan Maxwell Kendall Daniel Kennedy Patrick Kenny Cecelia Kimball Susan King Heather King Chris Klatka Lisa and Steve Klepfer Jeanette Kludac Alyssa Knobel Pam Kodrich Barbara Koenen Rosalie Konieczny Jen Konstantinidis Elizabeth Kooy Miriam Koury Sandor Kovacs, Jr. Yevgeniy Koval KPMG Gives Becky Kraker Jim and Judy Kranjc Michael Kreloff Vicky and James Krupka

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Jordan Kuehn Patricia Kuhl Kylia Kummer Ashvin Lad Luc Lalanne Mary Jo Lamparski Ying Larimore Noreen Lassandrello Martin Laub Thomas Laurent Charles LeHew and Sally J. Scott Martha Lehman Brian Leonard Cynthia Lerner Mary Lewandowski Anita Lewis Mary Linnane Elisabeth Loren John and Sally Lossin Donna Lowe Ted Lowe Hannah Lowe Sarah Lowe JoAnn Luke Laurence Lurio Ed Lyons and Jean Sussman Jaid MacKin Beth Riddell Macneill Mackenzie Magnus Melanie and Carlo Malabanan Alexandra Male Theresa Manfre Chris Manning Kacey and Matthew Manning Mary and Chris Manning Cindy Buttross Mansour Angelica Mariscal Donna Martin Amy and Philip Martin Jane and Jacob Mattina Kirsten Mattison Keirstin McCambridge Patricia McCambridge Brian McCann Sarah and David McConnell Jack McCormick Michele McDonough John McGinnis Etta McKenna Diana and Stewart McLeod Nancy and John McMahon Al Migon Fran and William Mildice Tawanda Miller Annette Minninger Becky Mitchell Stacy Mitchell

Ron Mitchell Constance Modell Michael Moore Kristin and Michael Moran William Morgan Sarah Morse Sue M. Mosby Jeni Nagle Domenic Napolitano Nancy Napolitano Jolene Neal-White Maribel Negron Josephine Nirchi Liz Noble Kristen Noonan Alicia and Marco Novielli Michael Oconnor Ryan O’Donnell Henrietta Okonta Teresa Oleary Mary G. Olsen Veronica and John O’Malley Mark O’Malley Diane OReilly Betty O’Toole Rochelle Pamatmat Sean Parker Karen Parker Bhavi and Vishal Patel Leann Paul Maureen and Thomas Pavletic Emalee Pearson Rita and Richard Pedone Andrew Peirick Kaitlin Pelech Linda Peterson Anna Marie Pettigrew Laura Pickich Brad Pierce Leonard Piersialla Mary and Paul Piet Scott Pillsbury Julie Polt Alyssa Poniatowski Donna Poniatowski Maddie Poole Denise Press Brittany Pufundt Matthew Rabjohn Beverly and Chuck Rademacher Dee and John Rago Catherine Rago Colleen Raleigh Karen Randolph Kelly Read-Noack Joanah Recinto HaYoung Reeh


Donald Reily Elizabeth Remis Marty and Steve Remis Annette Richards Annmarie Ries Nancy L. Riley Anne Rimkus Maureen and Sal Rinella Sara Rinke Rinke Mary Jane Riopelle Pam and Neil Rivchin Aundria Roach Victoria Robinson Jadwiga Rocko Remo Roethlisberger Whitney Rosier Mary Lou Ross Ray Rothman Barry Rubin Michelle Rubio Angela Russell Salesforce.org Judy Salzman James Sanchez Mirna and Polo Santiago Len Schmelkin Michael Schneider Karleen Schwander Simone Schwartz Philip Schwartz Itiona Scott Janice and Bruce Scott Sharon Seeder Elizabeth and Douglas Shabelman Eileen Shannon Linda and James Shellberg Kelly Shelton Dana and John Shelton Barbara Shepard Marilyn and Herb Shields Sigler’s Auto Sales Katie Sikora Lars Skarford Debbie Slowinski Mary Anne Smith Theresa Smith Mark Sobiech Gladiolie Soriano Spaceco, Inc. Josephine Sprovieri Michael Stengel Candace Stuart Susan Stumpf Dawneen Suriano Alison Swedenberg Melissa Sweeney Greg Szegeski

Paige Tamm Angela te-Nuyl Monika Thomas Tipping Point Fund TisBest Philanthropy Wil Torre Brandon Tran Sharon Travis Susan Turner Mirella Valdivia Paule Verdier Linda and Eric Vero Ruth Vorwick Jill and Ned Wagner Jim Walker Carrie Wall Michael Waltz Joanna Weinhold Kathleen Weinshenker

Eric P. and Lucy Wendt Lucia Diana Wendt Cathy and Tom Wilcox Adrienne Wilcoxon Daniel Wilder Janet Wilhelms Annetta and Reginald Williams Charlotte D. Williams Luretha Williams Kevin Willoughby Cheryl Witkowski Christine and Craig Wories Sylvia Wtorkowski Melissa Wyers Linda Zager Marianne Zelewsky Alyssa Zellner Fotena Zirps

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In-Kind Donations Atrium Landscaping Tanja Babich Mike Broscio Sheree Bynum Chicago Creative Re-use Exchange (CCRX) Classic Kids Chicago Congregation of St. Joseph Daou Vineyards Darque Syde of D’Lyte Productions Feed6 Firehouse Restaurant Friendship Chinese Restaurant Gigi’s Closette Erika Gilchrist GiveNKind Graymont Medical

JLK Architects Jacob Kofi Liberty Plumbing McKinley Park Target Store HR Team Northwestern Mutual Old St. Patrick’s Church On the Route Bikes Peterson Picture Paul Pleister Philip Schwartz Group RPR Wine Simple Kindness Spavia Stantec The Weaving Mill

Atrium Landscaping helped residents of our Whipple CILA create a butterfly garden. This is one of the many projects members are involved with through the Van J. Voorhees Horticulture Program. 20


Thank You, EnVisionaries Envision relies on a group of dedicated supporters we fondly call EnVisionaries to contribute $2,500 or more in a calendar year to support our mission and help us realize our vision for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and mental illness. This year, their donations helped us reimagine an Envision that is even more responsive to unforeseen circumstances that impact those in our care. Patricia L. Arnold Bianca Barr Kevin Bastuga Paul Behrman Kristen and Jon Bilton Andy Bizub Kate Caldwell Melanie and Thomas Canale Becky Carroll and Jon Friend Karen and Jon M. Cashen Jymme and Steve Chaouki Dianne and Doug Cook Julie and John Dreixler Nancy and Daniel Durbin

Bill Elliot Elliot J. Favus Diane and Ron Gorski Tony Gupta Jack Halm and Mark Jak Betty J. Jackson Mark Jackson Marty and Mike Kenahan Larry Kipperman Mary Kay Krupka John Lemker Teresa & Robert Lewandowski Leesa and Mark McHugh James Moyna Brittany and John Nanry

Dorothy & Michael O’Malley Tim Ozinga Michael A. Pizzuto Richard Porter Sarah and Lou Rassey Carolyn and Robert Redd Michael Romano David Scalzo Lorrie and William Schneider Paul Selden and Karen Singer Judy and Tim Smith Tom Sodeika Gary Tepas Patty and Brian Timpone

EnVisionaries (left to right) John and Julie Dreixler with Sarah and Lou Rassey at a Board gathering. 21


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