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A Message from the Board Chair

President/CEO Message

Dear Friends,

Hello Friends,

Family Service Association had a remarkable year in 2016. Our accomplishments are a joint effort from our talented staff, referring agencies, generous donors and volunteers, board, and supporting community that enable our achievements to be realized.

This year has been filled with extraordinary growth at Family Service Association. We continue to make strides in our community and expand our reach to new consumers and partners. As always, I am deeply grateful to work with such talented professionals.

During this past year, we were faced with persistent challenges. South Jersey’s economic climate continued to weaken. More children and families face hardship due to casino closures and layoffs. Our Agency’s work is needed now more than ever. Family Service Association is a well-regarded leader and haven to individuals in need of our services. Our footprint is not only greater Atlantic and Cape May counties but also Camden, Gloucester, and northern New Jersey. As an Agency, we continue to make improvements and ensure that yearly goals are achieved. Our focus is to always ensure that our programs are quality and benefit the population that we serve. I am thankful for all of the incredible staff that assists us in carrying out our mission. Moreover, we continue to build the Family Service Association brand. We introduced some new networking events, the agency hosted its 12th Annual Golf Tournament, and a host of community drives. We are so grateful for the continued support received by individual and corporate donors. Lastly, we are appreciative of your financial support and hope that you will continue to partner with Family Service Association and the work that we do. Please enjoy reading the details of our 2016 year in this Annual Report. Sincerely, Lynn Caterson Board Chairperson, FSO

Over the course of the year, we focused on strengthening our behavioral health programs and elevating our brand. We launched a new and improved website and refreshed our marketing materials. As many of you know, Family Service Association has a rich history of over 100 years in the greater Atlantic County community. We want to continue to remain timely and relevant to the needs of those we serve. Additionally, we as an Agency understand the economic climate that many in our area are facing. With the last round of casino closures, we found many local families with young children experiencing hardship, struggling with homelessness, loss of employment, and access to basic needs. We continue to be a community partner for those in need of hope and find themselves in times of despair. Moreover, our program array remains solid and with enhanced reporting and outcome measures. I personally take pride in the fact that not only are our level of service metrics met, but also consideration is made for more trauma informed care and treatment is holistic in nature. In our community programming, we are the neighborhood resource and the go-to for many local families for enrichment activities, tutoring, or employment assistance. The team at FSA is instrumental to our success. Each team member possesses a commitment to serve all of our consumers with the utmost integrity. Our diverse workforce strengthens our ability to remain culturally sensitive to the needs of the individuals and families we serve. In this year’s Annual Report, I hope you will embrace how the Agency continues to deepen its community roots. Lastly, this report demonstrates an ongoing commitment to our mission of “improving the quality of life for individuals and families in our community.” When I look at our impact, I know that our work has meaning and touches many lives. Our four program areas: Behavioral Health, Strengthening Families and Communities, Safety Net, and Child Welfare Advocacy, all remain fiscally transparent and responsive to the needs of our population. We continue to be recognized for the amazing work that we do. I applaud our team, board, donors, and volunteers for their great work and dedication in making Family Service Association a premier community mental health agency. Yours truly,

Cindy Herdman Ivins Cindy Herdman Ivins President/CEO


The FSA Mission:

Administration Cindy Herdman Ivins, President/CEO Marion McLaurin, Chief Administrative Officer Torrina Bennett-Michael, Chief Development Officer George Booskos, Controller Sile Keane, VP of Behaviorial Health Dr. Veronica Ford, Director of Youth and Family Services

Board of Trustees

Improve the quality of life for individuals and families in our community.

The FSA Vision: We envision Family Service Association as a community partner that provides quality services resulting in a positive tangible impact.

Our Values:

Evelynn Caterson, Esq., Chairperson, FSO, FSE

Accessibility - Everyone is welcome to find hope and healing.

Kathy Mullins, Chairperson, FSA

Flexibility - We adapt to meet the needs of

Brian K. Jackson, Chairperson, FSD Marilyn Dolcy

Innovation - We use a creative delivery

John Donnelly, Esq. (Emeritus) Robert Fatzinger Dianna Fauntleroy, Esq. Dr. Robert Hill

Partnerships - Change happens when we all join together. We believe that our community is better served when we collaborate with other agencies. information and ideas, we empower our community with knowledge to make informed decisions.

Cheryl Schwartz Lawrence Stroud

Diversity - We respect and embrace cultural differences and celebrate the uniqueness of each individual.

Rev. Louis Strugala Theresa Watts, Esq.

Ethics - We operate all programs and services with the highest integrity, transparency and social responsibility.

Andrea Worrall

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system in an effort to improve our services.

Communication - By mutually sharing

Dr. Richard Lolla

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Agency Overview Founded in 1909, Family Service Association has provided tangible relief for individuals and families in need for more than a century. This foundational goal lives on today in more than 20 programs that offer hope, healing and resiliency to the people we serve. As a multi-service, nonprofit agency we have served more than 7,000 children, adolescents and adults annually in four program areas including Behavioral Health, Strengthening Family and Communities, Safety Net, and Child Welfare Advocacy. Our mission is to improve the quality of life for individuals and families in our community.

Agency Structure Family Service Association is divided into four nonprofit entities, each of which is designed to enhance the services and programs of the organization. Family Service Association is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) agency that provides direct care services to children, youth, individual adults, families and senior citizens. Family Service Enterprise (FSE) explores entrepreneurial opportunities that advance its mission. Family Service Development (FSD) raises funds and public awareness and coordinates volunteer services for the entire association, and Family Service Operation (FSO) manages the assets of the association and provides management services to the three other structures.

Agency Consumer Demographics for Fiscal Year 2016 Race American Indian or Alaska Native Asian Black or African American Hispanic Latino Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander White Declined to Provide Unknown TOTAL Age Group Under 5 Between 5 and 12 Between 12 and 17 Between 18 and 29 Between 30 and 64 Over 65 TOTAL

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Total 6 148 2,351 265 2 14 3,240 344 486 6,856 Total 371 893 680 1,172 3,352 388 6,856

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Percentage (%) 0.09 2.16 34.29 3.87 0.03 0.20 47.26 5.02 7.09 Percentage (%) 5.41 13.03 9.92 17.09 48.89 5.66

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Community Impact for Fiscal Year 2016 Behavioral Health Outpatient Counseling: Since 1953, Family Service Association has been Atlantic County’s community mental

health center. Fully licensed by the State of New Jersey, the Outpatient Counseling program provides behavioral health counseling and psychiatry services for individuals, couples and families. In 2016, Outpatient served 825 consumers. 11,948 service units were provided to individual, family, group, intake/clinical assessment, medication management, pharmacological management, and psychiatric evaluation.

First Day: Family Service Association provides psychiatric Adult Partial Care (APC) services in the First Day program, where 87 individuals diagnosed with a severe and persistent mental illness participate in different therapeutic and life skill groups designed to support their wellness and recovery. First Day is a psychiatric rehabilitation program for individuals who have been hospitalized for emotional problems or are at risk of being hospitalized. In 2016, APC continues to provide holistic healthcare. Provider Collaboration Forms are sent to the client’s Primary Care Physician (PCP) when they start attending the program, and this form is updated every time a client has a medication change. When a client’s blood work is completed, the program Advanced Practice Nurse (APN) reviews it and addresses any concerns, which are then sent to the client’s PCP. If a client doesn’t have a PCP upon intake, staff assist the client with being linked to a physician. First Day staff continue to come up with creative healthy meals for the clients. APC now offers a group called “Whatcha Cooking?” This group teaches clients how to grocery shop, how to prepare healthy meals on a budget and how to prepare via the microwave if the client doesn’t know how to use an oven. Children’s Partial Care: Rainbow Place, a partial-care program for children aged 6-12, and Safe Harbor, a partialcare program for adolescents aged 13-17, are structured programs using evidence based curriculum, designed to support and encourage youth experiencing emotional and behavioral challenges and their families. Rainbow Place and Safe Harbor provide community-based structured and intensive group treatment to youth who are at risk of psychiatric hospitalization. In 2016, Rainbow Place provided services to 47 children with 30 achieving positive results. Safe Harbor provided services to 23 youth with 15 achieving positive results.

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Community Impact for Fiscal Year 2016 Strengthening Families and Communities We empower individuals and families to successfully meet life’s challenges and thrive as secure, stable families. Family Success Centers: Spruce in Egg Harbor Township and New

Day in Galloway: Family Service Association’s Family Success Centers are community-based, neighborhood gathering places where any resident can go for support, information and services. The FSC provide families and individuals with wraparound services and supports that ultimately lead them on a path towards self-sufficiency. In Egg Harbor Township, 1,110 families participated in FSC programming and services. In Galloway, 714 families participated in FSC programming and services.

Kinship Legal Guardianship: The Kinship Legal Guardianship

program promotes safety and permanency by assisting grandparents and other family members in obtaining legal guardianship for their relative children. In 2016, Kinship Legal Guardianship successfully provided legal guardianship services for approximately 284 kinship families and children. The program continues to grow as caregivers seek services.

Kinship Wraparound Program: The Kinship Wraparound program helps caregivers, such as grandparents, other blood relatives, and family friends who have taken on the responsibility of taking care of children until age 18 (or 21 if the child is disabled), maneuver through various government networks to find formal and informal supports and services, including providing referrals for child care, support groups, medical coverage, legal services and housing assistance. In 2016, Kinship Wraparound provided client assistance to 1,051 caregivers. Grandparents Raising Grandchildren: The Grandparents Raising Grandchildren (GRG) program is funded by Atlantic County Intergenerational Services to provide information, resources and support to Atlantic County residents aged 55 and over, who have taken on the responsibility of caring for children until age 18 (or 21 if the child is disabled). The program assists caregivers with one-time emergency assistance or respite services for relative children within their home. In 2016, Grandparents Raising Grandchildren supported 59 caregivers. Egg Harbor Township School Based Youth Services Program: Family Service Association partners with the Egg Harbor Township School District to operate the Teen Center in the Egg Harbor Township High School. The Teen Center provides positive youth development activities with the overarching goal of assisting youth in successfully navigating their adolescent years, acquiring the skills needed to obtain employment or continue their education, and graduating healthy and drug-free. In 2016, 350 students served in individual counseling sessions. 26 students are enrolled in our Film Club, 27 students in P.R.I.D.E., and 14 students in our Stand Up and Rebel group.

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participated in individual counseling as well as Teen Center events and activities. He will successfully graduate from high school this

year and has already been accepted to Stockton University. Jake

struggled greatly during his junior year of high school and suffered

from low self-esteem and depression symptoms. He has been able to successfully become a confident and mature adult who is determined to become a surgeon.

Home Electronic Detention System (HEDS) Case Management Program: The Home Electronic Detention System (HEDS) Case Management and Juvenile Detention Alternatives Initiatives (JDAI) Programs provide in-home services to Atlantic County youth, age 17 and younger, and their families who are court-ordered to complete the pre- and post-disposition component of HEDS as a condition of probation. We assist youth with enhancing their functioning and problem-solving capabilities through in-home counseling and case management activities. In 2016, HEDS Case Management served 34 youth, and HEDS JDAI served 29 youth. Both programs have a 77% success rate, which is slightly lower than the previous year, but the decrease can be attributed to a lower number of youth being placed in detention, thus resulting in fewer referrals for HEDS services.

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Parents as Teachers: The Parents as Teachers (PAT) model is an evidencebased home visitation program that provides in-home health and parenting education and supportive services to at-risk families, especially those overburdened by stressors that may contribute to child neglect and abuse. In 2016, PAT Educators made 749 personal visits and served 100 Atlantic County families. With these families, 97% of children were enrolled in WIC; 100% of eligible children have health insurance; 100% of all children have a Primary Care Provider (PCP); 86% of children are up-to-date on wellness visits; 95% of parenting women have a Primary Care Provider (PCP;) 100% of parenting women receive an annual women’s health care visit; and 71% of mothers/parents are working by the time the child is two years old.

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Community Impact for Fiscal Year 2016 Child Welfare Advocacy Family Life Center: Family Life Center is a unique, family friendly, multi-service program designed to meet the needs of parents and children who are at risk of abuse and neglect issues. The Family Life Center provides parenting education and support to individuals who are involved with Division of Child Protection & Permanency (DCP&P) and may have had substantiated cases of abuse and/or are at risk of abuse and neglect. At the time of graduation, parents demonstrated an enhanced parental capacity, healthier parenting practices, and stronger parent-child bonds. In a snapshot of 25 clients who were administered the NSCS Pre/Post Test, 20 parents’ scores increased. Out of 69 clients who became actively enrolled in FLC, 50 received some form of case management services (i.e. linkage to literacy or job training services, linkage to medical doctor, linkage to counseling services, linkage to FSA thrift store, linkage to Atlantic County welfare services, etc.). Out of 69 parents who became actively enrolled in FLC, 32 parents successfully graduated the program.

Safety Net Services Supportive Assistance to Individuals and Families (S.A.I.F.) Family Service Association’s safety net services assist individuals who are at the end of their welfare eligibility. FSA provides assistance in building their lives through the provision of intensive case management, financial literacy and employment skills. S.A.I.F. works in close partnership with county welfare authorities to assist individuals who are facing the end of their welfare eligibility. S.A.I.F. provides assistance in building their lives through the provision of intensive case management, financial literacy and employment skills. In 2016, there were a total of 741 S.A.I.F. referrals, 997 total S.A.I.F. clients, 65% made progress towards obtaining self-sufficiency.

Additional Programs FSA provides Cultural Competence Training to Division of Mental Health and Addictions Services funded agencies in the twelve (12) central/southern counties within the State of New Jersey. This initiative is designed to educate and train individual practitioners and provider agencies in curriculum that addresses how to better serve mental health clients within therapeutic modalities. The Mental Health Cultural Competence Training Center (MHCCC) offers technical assistance as well as educational and clinical training to agencies whose mission is to strengthen service delivery to ethnically, linguistically and culturally diverse populations in New Jersey. During the 2016 fiscal year, six full day workshops and two, 2-day conferences served 555 participants, representing mental health agencies and community wellness centers. On average, MHCCC is serving more than 75 registrants per workshop. These individuals are attending workshops and conferences by provider agencies throughout the 21 counties in the State of New Jersey. Also, during the 2016 fiscal year, MHCCC provided technical assistance to provider agencies consulting them on creating and implementing their agency’s cultural competence plans. Based on training evaluation outcome data, Family Service Association is having a tremendous impact on New Jersey’s goal to improve service delivery to a culturally, linguistically and ethnically diverse State, which supports our mission to improve the quality of life for individuals and families in our community.

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Financial Overview A hallmark of good stewardship is fiscal transparency. As an agency, it is our continued priority to meet funder obligations and community needs. As we strengthen our connection to funders and create relationships with future donors, it is our desire to remain fiscally solvent. The following is an overview of expenses by category and our funding sources.

2016 Expenses by Category Personnel Costs Program Expense Administration

Personnel Costs:

$4,285,408

Program Expense:

$1,502,427

Administration:

$1,104,897

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$6,892,732

2016 Agency Funders

Department of Human Services:

$2,184,101

Department of Children and Families:

$2,265,402

Atlantic County: Medicaid Billing:

$702,132 $1,239,121

Foundations: $325,663 United Way:

$8,700

Other (including fees, contributions):

$167,613

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$6,892,732

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Our 2016 Donors $10,000+

$501 - $1,000

Bank of America

$5,001 - $10,000

Charity League of Atlantic County Glenn Insurance, Inc. South Jersey Industries

$1,001 - $5,000

William Arabea Michael Baker Torrina Bennett-Michael George Booskos Borgata Heart & Soul Foundation Linda Canale Nicole Cuminti Maria D’Angelo Bill DeCroce Marilyn & Peter Dolcy John and Kathy Donnelly Cindie Duberson Foster-Karney Foundation Fund Cindy Herdman-Ivins Lisa Irvolino J. F. Kiely Construction Co. Dr. Lolla Chiropractic Stephen Mazur Gloria McClendon-Allen Judith Moya Mario Moya Mutual of America, Corp. Adebola Nnewihe Christine Parker Iva Pedersen Cheryl Schwartz Robin Shafer Maurice Sherrod Tina Spano Stockton University Stroser Foundation Wells Fargo Heather Woolslayer

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Darlene Berges Elfrieda Beuttel Barbara Bradley Joe Brady Nicole Cannone Marilyn Carter Margaret Cole Cozen O’Connor James Ferguson Alice Ferrier Krisanna Ghadri Renee Harlan-Fuller Harring Fire Protection, LLC Billie Herbert Lenora Iannuzzelli Kindle Ford Lincoln, Inc. Barbara Miller Kathleen Mullins NJM Insurance Group Lillie Nowell Liz Palmieri Beatrice Poliunick Ronald Rose Karen Semet Sheila Stoner Jennifer Sullivan Robyn Talvacchio Donna Treen United Way of Atlantic County Laishan Weidlich

$251 - $500

Julie Alsofrom Denise Aluise Carolina Aquilar-Peralta Lisa Arabea Pamela Brantley Tanya Cain Evelynn Caterson Mary Ann Ceyerenko Stacie Clark Joe Cramasta Paula Crawford Donna Damato Jeanne Davidson Amber Davis Fred Day Joy Duke Mike Ebert Tammy Elwood Everyone’s Children Lisa Falzone

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Ken Ferrier Linda Ford Dorothy Freeland JoAnn Gallagher Laura Hanson Janet Heme Sharon Henry Nydalia Hitchens Sharon Hodges Ivy Rehab Brian Jackson Catherine Johannessen Richard Johnson Connie Kealey Sheila Kelleher Johanna Kensky Dorothy Lemon Mary Beth Lennox Levine, Staller, Sklar, Chan & Brown, PA Jackie Levitz Michael Love Maria Manalang Dean Marcris Karen Mayer Mays Landing Country Club Michael McBride Dan McFarland Irene McMichael Johnny Mcrae Marion Millar Joe Noll William O’Connor Brandon Palermo Margaret Peel Cyndi Ramp Mike Rea Linda Reaves Lisa Reinhold Helena Richie Pat Rush Clair Sandfort Sandpiper Consulting Jerry Shockey Iris Stoner Lori Stranges Patsy Tallman Kathy Tesone Dorothy Thomas Katherine Tiemann Andy Torres Pat Tucci Elaine Valentino Andrew Vaugh Desiree Washington Jewel Whitcraft Toni White Dianna Williams-Fauntleroy Fran Wise Jeff Wood Graham Worrall Yenny Yunes

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Patricia Adams Dianne Allen Tanai Anderson Atlantic City Electric Atlantic Coast Alarm Karen Bacon Eileen Ballard Frank Balles Anna Mae Barnes Dawn Belamarich Sue Bianchi Bizmx Debbie Bolis Melfreda Bordley William and Linda Bradley Eleanor Bruley Circle Liquor Store Tina Cummings Denise Dailyda Janice DiFabio DP Towing (Purdy Auto Group) Isaac Elkomos Viviana Faunce Ford, Scott & Associates, LLC Friends of Alex Marino Fulton Bank Of New Jersey Myra Gaynor Jill Geist Mark Gilbert Marion Girard Thomas Glenn John Gray Daria Guenther Alfred Hair Maria Hair Jersey Shore Federal Credit Union Jethro Memorial Presbyterian Church Mary Lou Johnson Just Like New Children’s Consignments Judith Klein Debra Kramer Carl Kuser Linda Lanzetta Analisa M. Lewis Leslie MacDonnell Roshurh Marroquin Lisa McLean Michael McNally Jacqueline Meiluta Metropolitan Business and Citizens Association Theresa Mildren Rebecca Miller-Murphy Karen Mosby Delores Mozelle-Wright Hennie Narkunski Patricia Nelson Virginia Nikolaidis Non Profit Development Center of SNJ

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Our 2016 Donors $101 - $250

Ocean City Home Bank Carrie Palermo Linda Palermo Mari Ann Peterson Charles and Julie Pratt Primo Pizza Melissa Ricci Gail Rivell Tom Santoro George Schwinn Marcela Sciera-Paul Linda Seagraves Susan Shaw Frank Sicurella Regina Stewart Ella Stone Lawrence Stroud Sandi Taub Georgia Turk Linda Tutunjian Kimberly Warrick Susan Wilds Evelyn Wong Andrea Worrall

$1 - $100

Rita Aaron Shirvon Acosta Joan Airey Eleanor Annitti Joan Apostle-Rivera Carol Aramini Linda Atkinson Brian Atkisson Atlantic City Housing Authority Atlantic City/County Brd. of Realtors Mrs. Jean Barksdale Erika Bendetti Birchmeier & Powell, LLC Blumberg Associates Nicole Bull Burns Construction Property Management Christopher and Katie Calvi Karen Carter Catholic Charities - Diocese of Camden Lisa Chapman Josephine Contento Cooper Levenson, PA Del Heating and Cooling Mary Elizabeth D’Ercole Diana Dougherty Linda Dowd Lynn Dowd Dreamteam Cutz Powered by Jay & Los Jeanette Eckard Joe Edmunds Empowerment Tabernacle Church Kathy Falciano Pat Farside Robert Fatzinger Lu Foster La Shonine Gandy-Smith

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Arline Gibson Karen Giordano Rosalind Hayden Marguerite Heaton-Colella Lauren Hemple Ronald & Adrianne Herdman Dr. Robert & Kathy Hill Diane Hood Le Huynh Susan Irwin Alyssa Jones Delores Jones Antoinette Juliano Teri Kakaley Nancy Kot Geoffrey Kurtz Robin Laun Hair Marin Thomas McGrail Jon Mercurio Elke Michaelis William Miley Carol Moderski Stephen Morin Jill Morrison Barbara Morvillive Elisa Movnoe Jeff Noordzy Sue Olcott Denise O’Meara Jennifer Ortiz Rita Osval Jeff Pace Villamina Peralta Julvanna Peratta Thomas Petrarca Lu Plonski Linda Porch Sharon Puleo Vanessa Reale-Jones William Ritchie Florine Roberts Sharon Rossi Kathleen Salvati Lununada Santiago Suzie Schwartz Shore Quality Partners Sport Clips Stockton University Carnegie Library Center Kim Strickland Rev. Louis Strugala The Alcove Michelle Thomas Patricia Thomas Tri-City Paper United Community Collaborative Harold Warncke Patricia Weaver Nicoletta Wilson Kelly Wisniewski

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Thank you to all of our wonderful volunteers! Elena Achamizo Momtahina Afrin Samantha Ard Michael Atiles Jorge Azcona Michael Baker Brittany Barcliff Lauren Beaudy Dominic Benedetto Albert Carmen Melissa Castelan Wallace Chapman Trish Collins Brandon Collins Emily Cook Vanessa Cooper Katherine Cronin Paul Cusmano Sthefee Desroches Azra Djukic Christy Fernanez Danielle Fine Samantha Floria Claudia Frumento Steven Gant Joshua Garboski Dana Gifford Cynthia Givens Alex Gong Mitchie Graham Stacey Greis Nancy Griffith Turik Hamilton Amy Hand Sarah Huang Dominique Iacovelli Cassie Infantino Brian K. Jackson Shawnique Jenkins Nicole Johnson Thomas Knight Melissa Lavanco Chelsea Layton Brenda Lonanghot Ray Lorenzo Megan Lowe Jenna Luu Alisha Malvern Lauren Massari Lynda Master Rachel Mastrangelo

Alexis Matthew Matthew Mckenna Jessica Mendez Hank Meyreles Chloe Morales Ashlee Moran Ashley Moreno Jeremy Moscat Kathleen Muarry Patti Muschlet Jessica Myles Nina Nigland Stephanie Norman Xana O’Neal Alex Papazaacharis Brianna Paulowsky Jacqueline Pearce Jacqueline Pedreo Maria Peralta Brianna Pizzutilla Alex Popamachans Bronte Preston Amanda Putz Karly Raebiger Nina Ragland Sosha Reese Kristen Reid Megan Reynolds Joe Roman Kaitlyn Roselli Alexi Ruiz Benjamin Rush Mary Sadallah Cassandra Santiago Alice Sikora Dianne Stalling Shaun Stebbins Colin Stiles Jillian Taylor Mikayla Utley Nichole Vizmum Dawn Watkins Fatimah Watson Monika Williams Kimberly Wilson Jenna Beth Wincek Jennifer Woolley Victoria Wray Iman Youssef Viktoryia Zhano

Volunteering Counts We understand that not everyone can make a financial contribution, but many are able to give the valuable donation of their time. We offer a host of volunteer opportunities at each Family Service Association location. To learn more, call the Development Department at 609-569-0239 ext. 1160. A N N U A L

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To help reduce program expenses, Family Service Association welcomes in-kind donations of goods and services. When you donate regularly needed items, you contribute significantly to our delivery of programs and services to the community and become an active part of our mission to assist families in need. Thank you!

To donate new or like-new items to Family Service Association, please call the Development Department at 609-569-0239 ext. 1160.

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