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2013 ANNUAL REPORT


Looking Forward Dear Family Services Friends and Supporters: CAITY MEADER Executive Director

As I was reflecting on 2013, one concept kept coming to mind: strength. Tecumseh said, “A single twig breaks, but the bundle of twigs is strong.” In other words, when we join together, we are much stronger than any one person can be alone. This metaphor applies to Family Services’ clients and programs, but also to you, our donors.

Looking forward, I am excited to continue seeing the far-reaching impact of Family Services’ programs on individuals and on our Tulare County community as a whole. As this report details, Family Services’ programs are strong, and we will continue to build on those strengths, adding capacity to serve more people and serve them better.

With your support, Family Services served more than 3,000 clients last year. Each child, adult, or family comes to us with a different story, different challenges, and indeed different strengths. But they all come here to build strength. Maybe it’s a mom’s strength to break a family cycle of violence. Maybe it’s the personal strength a child needs to begin the long recovery process after enduring abuse. Maybe it’s an incarcerated dad’s determination to strengthen parenting skills and provide a better future for his children. Family Services is here to come alongside these clients, adding twigs to their bundle, helping them to become stronger. Read on to find out how Family Services clients Manuel, Sara, Alicia, and Dora each found the strength they needed to overcome the challenges they once faced alone.

But the real force that holds our clients and programs together—the real “twigs” in Tecumseh’s metaphor—are all of you: Family Services’ steadfast supporters. You encircle the agency and the clients we serve, each of you adding another twig and making us stronger. I am grateful for each and every individual, business, and organization that has stood by Family Services throughout the past two years since the agency lost its longtime executive director Karen Cooper to cancer in 2011. Together, we truly are strong enough to help children, adults, and families throughout Tulare County heal from violence and thrive in healthy relationships.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS [ 2012 / 2013 ] GEORGE BETANCUR President SHIRLEY BATCHMAN Vice-President RUSS LEBO Treasurer PATTY WAGNER Secretary BETSY MCCARLEY BILLYS SHARON FISHER DEBRA HANSEN STACY HYDE DENET IGOU MIKE JEFFERIS AFREEN KAELBLE NINA KRUSE MIKE LEONI CHAD LEW THERESA LOBUE SUSAN LUCAS SCOTT MCLELLAN COLLEEN RICHARDS JULIO SANCHEZ MARYBETH SEAY SUSAN MOORE SEVIER JOAN WATTERS

A single twig breaks, but the bundle of twigs is strong. -Tecumseh 02


The mission of Family Services of Tulare County is to help children, adults, and families heal from violence and thrive in healthy relationships

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DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SERVICES Family

Services

gives

families

affected

by

domestic

violence

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SUPERVISED VISITATION & SAFE EXCHANGE Family Services’ Supervised Visitation Program allows children to visit

the immediate crisis services they need, coupled with long-term

with their non-custodial parent in a safe, conflict-free environment

opportunities to heal. We operate Karen’s House, a 30-bed, emergency

that is supervised by a neutral party. Our visitation monitors are not

domestic violence shelter, as well as a 24-hour domestic violence

advocates for either parent. Instead, they are there to ensure a setting

crisis hotline. We also provide crisis counseling, support groups, case

that is supportive of children’s safety and well-being. Our Safe Exchange

management, financial empowerment training for victims, legal services,

program protects children from experiencing trauma or violence

and community education.

between parents who have joint custody when they are exchanging custody of the children.

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SUPPORTIVE HOUSING PROGRAM Family Services’ Supportive Housing program provides long-term housing and supportive services to individuals and children who have fled violent

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MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES Family Services offers individual, marriage, and family counseling to

relationships and who are striving to recover from the effects of abuse

people who might otherwise be unable to obtain quality therapeutic

while becoming self-sufficient. Our program also helps individuals and

services because of economic reasons, special needs, transportation,

families who have been chronically homeless due to disabilities, mental

or other accessibility reasons. We also operate Tulare County’s only

health problems, substance abuse, and HIV/AIDS.

specialized Children’s Counseling Center where we serve children who have experienced trauma, and provide counseling services at Family

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Resource Centers throughout Tulare County.

SEXUAL ASSAULT SERVICES Family Services provides comprehensive services to victims of rape, sexual assault, and molestation throughout Tulare County. Our trained crisis counselors respond to victims 24 hours a day at hospitals, police

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PARENTING RESOURCES & SUPPORT In addition to offering community parenting classes, Family Services’

stations, or our Rape Crisis Center to provide emotional support and

trained parent educators travel to the homes of families with a history of

advocacy. We also offer support groups, counseling, criminal justice

child neglect or abuse and help parents to learn healthy, well-balanced

and court support, and sexual assault prevention education. Our primary

parenting skills. We also collaborate with the Tulare County Sherriff’s

prevention clubs, MyStrength and MyVoice, teach high school students

Office to provide the Gang Awareness Parenting Project, where our

about healthy relationships while developing leadership skills.

parent educators work with families where one parent is incarcerated. They provide parenting skill development and violence prevention

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education to the incarcerated parent and the child’s caretaker at home

VIOLENCE & ABUSE INTERVENTION As part of Family Services’ commitment to addressing the root causes of domestic violence and child abuse, our Violence and Abuse Intervention program

offers

a

fee-for-service,

Probation

Certified

Batterer’s

Intervention Program. We also provide anger management and child abuse intervention groups..

so both can learn the skills they need to safely and effectively co-parent after the incarcerated parent is released from jail. We also operate the Goshen Family Center, a community resource center co-located at Goshen Elementary School.


Major program funding was provided by DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SERVICES PROGRAM FUNDERS:

SEXUAL ASSAULT SERVICES PROGRAM FUNDERS:

VIOLENCE & ABUSE INTERVENTION FUNDERS:

Alcoa Foundation

The California Department of Public Health

Tulare County Health & Human Services Agency

Allstate Foundation

The California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services

Blue Shield of California Foundation

Fresno Economic Opportunities Commission -

The California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services

PARENTING RESOURCES & SUPPORT FUNDERS:

Central Valley Against Human Trafficking

Emergency Food and Shelter Program

Clif Bar Foundation

Mental Health Services Act – Prop. 63

Payless Gives

Soroptimist International of Visalia

Tulare County Health & Human Services Agency

Soroptimist International of Visalia

Tulare County Office of Education

Tulare County Sheriff’s Office

Tulare County Health & Human Services Agency

Tulare County Sheriff’s Office

Western Milling

MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES PROGRAM FUNDERS:

SUPERVISED VISITATION & SAFE EXCHANGE

Tulare County Sheriff’s Office United Way of Tulare County Verizon HopeLine Foundation

PROGRAM FUNDERS: Bank of the Sierra The California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services

First 5 of Tulare County

Cutler-Orosi Joint Unified School District

Superior Court of Tulare County – Access to Visitation

Bank of America Foundation

City of Visalia – Citizen’s Advisory Committee

Tulare County Health & Human Services Agency

California Department of Public Health

Fansler Foundation

City of Porterville

First 5 of Tulare County

City of Tulare

Mental Health Services Act – Prop. 63

City of Visalia

Toy Industry Foundation

Tulare County Health & Human Services Agency

Tulare County Health & Human Services Agency

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development

Visalia Unified School District

SUPPORTIVE HOUSING PROGRAM FUNDERS:

Visalia Rotary Community Foundation Wal-Mart

Fiscal Year 2012-2013

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MANUEL‘S STORY

A Stable Home MANUEL LOOKED DOWN AT HIS SHOES. THEY WERE WORN OUT. HE WAS WORN OUT. He had survived domestic violence and maintained sole custody of his three children for over a decade. But his ongoing struggle with homelessness, coupled with his untreated, chronic mental and physical health conditions, left him feeling short on hope. He looked up at Cheryl, his Family Services Supportive Housing Case Manager. “All I need is a safe place to get on my feet,” said Manuel.

Manuel became Family Services‘ first male domestic suvivor to be placed in trasitional housing. Manuel cried when he saw his family’s new home, asking, “What did I do to deserve such a chance?” Cheryl worked with Manuel to help him get his health under control. He started receiving mental health services at Family Services’ Counseling Center and pursuing medical treatment for his diabetes and a long-needed surgery. Perhaps the most telling indicator of the newfound stability and health in Manuel’s household is that his

three children all raised their grades in school from D‘s and F‘s to A‘s and B‘s. Today, Manuel is looking for his own permanent housing. Manuel not only got on his feet, but he and his kids are thriving.

All I need is a safe place to get on my feet. -Manuel, supportive housing client

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SARA‘S STORY

Protecting Her Children You probably know someone like Sara: a busy mom of

but not before the abuser tried to take the children from

three, working full-time to pay the bills, coming home to

school.

take care of the family, and doing her best to provide for her kids. But to add to all that, Sara was also suffering

Eventually, with Elvia’s support, Sara got a permanent

physical, emotional, financial, and sexual abuse at the

restraining order against her abuser. Family Services

hands of her children’s father. She and the children

was also able to help Sara with some of the expenses it

escaped the home they shared and temporarily moved

took to move with her children to an apartment of their

in with a friend, but her abuser continued to stalk and

own. Family Services’ Supervised Visitation program

threaten Sara at work. When the threats started to

continues to ensure that the children are safe while still

include the children, Sara knew she had to do something

seeing their father on a regular basis, and counseling

else.

is helping Sara and the three children heal from the trauma they experienced.

Family Services met a scared but determined Sara when she called our Domestic Violence Hotline asking

Sara had to face obstacles that seemed insurmountable.

how she could keep herself and her children safe. Elvia,

Today she is a survivor, a stronger person, and a mom

Family Services’ Legal Advocate, met with Sara that day

who is proud to be raising her kids in a safe, violence-

to help her start the process of securing a restraining

free home.

order. The judge granted a temporary restraining order,

i For more information on our Domestic Violence Services please visit our website at www.fstc.net or call the 24 hour hotline at (559) 732-5941 or 1-(800) 448-2044

SAFETY

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Lend a Hand, Change a Life VOLUNTEERS AND IN-KIND DONORS SUPPORT FAMILY SERVICES’ CLIENTS

IN-KIND DONORS Generous individuals, businesses, and service clubs donate items to assist clients in times of need and keep Karen’s House running. Here are just a few examples of how these donations make a difference: donations of food, clothing, and personal hygiene supplies meet basic needs and make Karen’s House feel more like home; donated art supplies allow

our therapists to treat children with art therapy; and donated toys fill our Santa Store each December, making the holidays brighter for children who would not otherwise receive a gift. Your donations change lives. Thank you.

Rose Morely (left), who works in shipping and receiving for Target, sets aside items for Karen’s House that would otherwise be thrown away.

Miguel Esquivel (right), Shelter Operations Assistant at Family Services, picks up the donations daily. Rose is passionate about helping others and is able to do just that in her role at Target. Thank you, Rose and Target!

VOLUNTEERS

T O B E A V O L U N T E E R I S A R E WA R D I N I T S E L F, B U T T O K N OW I M A D E A D I F F E R E N C E I N A LI FE- CHAN G I N G E VE NT FO R O N E PE RSO N I S B E YO N D RE WARD. I CAN MAK E A D I F F E R E N C E I N A WO R L D T H AT C A N B E T O U G H A N D U N F O R G I V I N G .

-Krystal Kennedy

Krystal Kennedy was Family Services’ 2013 Volunteer of the Year. She volunteers an average of 90 hours per month responding to sexual assault forensic exams and taking calls on the Sexual Assault Hotline, mostly after hours and on weekends. Thank you to Krystal and all of our dedicated volunteers! We couldn’t do it without you.

i If you are interested in joining our corps of volunteers, please call our Volunteer and Outreach Coordinator at 559-732-7371.

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QUICK FACTS ABOUT OUR PROGRAMS IN 2013

Health, Hope, and Healing for People in Need

BUILDING FAMILIES

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SERVICES FACTS:

PARENTING RESOURCES & SUPPORT FACTS:

VIOLENCE & ABUSE INTERVENTION FACTS:

• RESPONDED TO 398 CRISIS CALLS ON

• 379 PARENTS, INCLUDING 76 INMATES,

• SERVED 68 CLIENTS WITH BATTERER‘S

THE DOMESTIC VIOLENCE HOTLINE • SHELTERED 101 WOMEN AND 95 CHILDREN AT KAREN’S HOUSE • PROVIDED FREE LEGAL ASSISTANCE TO 572 DOMESTIC VIOLENCE VICTIMS

ATTENDED FREE PARENTING CLASSES • 142 FAMILIES PARTICIPATED IN THE SAFECARE IN-HOME PARENTING PROJECT,

INTERVENTION, CHILD ABUSE INTERVENTION, AND ANGER MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS SEXUAL ASSUALT SERVICES FACTS:

REDUCING THE RECURRENCE OF CHILD ABUSE/NEGLECT BY ALMOST 86%

• SERVED 381 VICTIMS OF SEXUAL ASSAULT • UTILIZED 9,196 VOLUNTEER HOURS— THE EQUIVALENT OF 4.4 FULL-TIME

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EMPLOYEES


Financial Statement

ASSETS CASH & CASH EQUIVALENTS

$422,888

GRANTS RECEIVABLE

$520,542

ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE

$20,585

PREPAID EXPENSES

$1,696

Audited Financial Statement for Fiscal Year 2012/2013 - June 30, 2013

DEPOSITS $2,563 PROPERTY & EQUIPMENT

$1,564,901

TOTAL ASSETS

$2,533,175

CURRENT LIABILITIES ACCOUNTS PAYABLE

$65,671

ACCRUED LIABILITIES

$97,004

NOTES PAYABLE

$1,377,490

EXPENSES Programs (89%) Fundraising (2%)

NET ASSETS $993,010

TOTAL LIABILITIES

$2,533,175

SUPPORT & REVENUE GRANTS $3,144,519 DONATIONS $240,030 PROGRAM FEES & MISC. REVENUE

$365,971

NON-MONETARY DONATIONS

$105,294

TOTAL SUPPORT & REVENUE

$3,855,814

EXPENSES

Support Services (9%)

SUPPORT & REVENUE Grants (82%) Non-Monetary Donations (3%) Program Fees & Misc. Revenue (9%)

PROGRAMS $3,387,582 SUPPORT SERVICES

$340,586

Donations (6%)

FUNDRAISING $59,829

TOTAL EXPENSES

$3,787,997

REVENUE OVER EXPENSES $67,817

Family Services is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with the mission to help children, adults, and families heal from violence and thrive in healthy relationships. Contributions are deductible to the extent allowed by law. Tax ID #: 94-2897970.

MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES FACTS:

SUPPORTIVE HOUSING FACTS:

SUPERVISED VISITATION & SAFE EXCHANGE FACTS:

• MANAGED AN AVERAGE CASELOAD OF 225 ACTIVE CLIENTS AT ANY GIVEN TIME • DELIVERED MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES TO CLIENTS AT 10 SITES THROUGHOUT TULARE COUNTY

• MAINTAINED 53 UNITS OF SUPPORTIVE HOUSING FOR SURVIVORS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND HOMELESSNESS • 98% OF CLIENTS MAINTAIN HOUSING STABILITY

• PROVIDED 6,240 HOURS OF SUPERVISED VISITATION • MANAGED AN AVERAGE CASELOAD OF 95 FAMILIES AT ANY GIVEN TIME THROUGHOUT THE YEAR

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Stronger Than She Thought

HEALING

EMOTIONAL SUPPORT AND ADVOCACY

ALICIA WAS HAUNTED BY HORRIBLE MEMORIES OF ABUSE, BUT SHE WAS TRYING TO HEAL.

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A L I C I A‘ S S T O RY

Ghosts.

Everywhere.

Her step-father had

Raquel focused on Alicia’s strengths and

been arrested and was in jail, but 16-year-old

continuously praised her for her bravery in

Alicia was haunted by horrible memories of

coming forward and reporting the crimes. With

the sexual abuse he had forced her to endure

Raquel’s support every step of the way, and the

for five years. She was still living in the house

strong collaboration among Family Services,

where all the abuse had happened, and the

Child Welfare Services, Law Enforcement, and

painful reminders that were everywhere she

the District Attorney’s Office, Alicia displayed a

turned were too much to bear. Alicia was in

dramatic improvement in her mental stability

extreme crisis.

and personal strength by the time of the trial. At the last minute, her step father took a plea

At Family Services’ Rape Crisis Center, Alicia got

and Alicia didn’t have to testify after all. She

the immediate crisis counseling she needed. Her

was relieved, but said she would have been

Victim Advocate, Raquel, also connected her

willing and ready to testify if she had to.

to other services like the District Attorney‘s Office’s Victim Witness Assistance Division

Family Services supported Alicia through the

which helped Alicia’s family relocate to a new

unimaginable. Recovering from sexual abuse

home. Alicia started attending regular therapy

is a lifelong process, and Alicia may continue

sessions to begin the healing process.

to confront those ghosts of her abuse for a long time. Alicia displayed great bravery and

But as she was trying to heal, Alicia faced yet

strength at a young age, and today, she is

another challenge: her step-father’s criminal

committed to continuing to recover and living

trial. At first, Alicia said she would never be able

a healthy life.

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to testify in court. Alicia regularly contacted Raquel for crisis counseling.

For more information on Sexual Assault Services, call the 24 hour hotline at (559) 732-7273 or visit our website at www.fstc.net

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A Second Chance at Parenting

HOPE

PA R E NTI N G R E S O U RC E S & S U PP O RT TWO ADULT DAUGHTERS STRUGGLING WITH DRUG ADDICTION. AN INCARCERATED SON-IN-LAW. SIX GRANDCHILDREN. ONE GRANDMA, TRYING TO HOLD IT ALL TOGETHER.

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DORA‘S STORY

Meet Dora, a single grandmother with custody of her six grandchildren between the ages of two and 17. When she was referred to Family Services for parenting classes, she was skeptical. She truly believed her grandchildren had inherited their mothers’ behavior and nothing could be done. Dora agreed to try our parenting classes, but was reluctant to share much about her mothering role. Little by little, Dora started opening up about her grandchildren’s behavior.

After one class, Dora

recognized that she had a hard time showing affection to her grandchildren, especially threeyear-old Michael, who was acting out in response to all the upheaval in his life. That night she asked her grandson for forgiveness for never expressing love to him. For the first time, she could hug and kiss her grandson and see the positive impact of that love in the child’s joyful eyes.

Although

Michael still acts out, she is able to give him a dose of love together with a bit of positive discipline. Today, not only is Dora is providing a healthy environment for the six children, but the effects of her new parenting skills are rippling far away from her home.

Dora’s incarcerated son-in-law, the

father of two of the grandchildren, heard about the positive changes and enrolled in Family Services’ parenting classes in jail. He also encouraged two of his fellow inmates to sign up. They are eager to learn about something they didn’t experience during their own childhood: positive parenting.


To our donors: The accomplishments highlighted within this Annual Report are as much yours as they are Family Services’ — without you, none of this would have been possible. There is truly no way to fully express what your support and investment mean to Family Services, but these two words are a good start:

Thank You Eunice Riso

Joe & Theresa LoBue

Riverbend Dairy

Bob & Carole Ludekens

Alexandra Food, Inc.

Rotary Club of Visalia

M. Green & Company

Allstate Foundation

Bank of the Sierra

San Joaquin Valley College

John & Elaine Morin

Bennett Family Foundation Fund

Dr. Betsy McCarley Billys

Sence Foundation

David & Morri Nash

Central California Women‘s

Soroptimist International

Eugene & Carol Nickel

Platinum Sponsor

Silver Sponsor

Alcoa Foundation

at the Fresno Regional Foundtion Blue Shield of California Foundation Foundation for Medical Care of Tulare and Kings Counties

of Visalia

Conference

Wal-Mart Neighborhood

City of Visalia Citizen‘s

Market Visalia

Advisory Committee

Office Depot Tulare County Purchase Alliance Payality Byron & Marilyn Riegel

William & Marla Decker

Benefactor

Paul Schommer & Diane Post

Ruiz Foods

Mrs. Marilyn T. Doe

United Way of Tulare County

Russell & Tammara Doe

Visalia Rotary Community

Dowling Aaron, Inc.

Service Master by Benevento

Pete & Claudia Sherwood

Dwelle Family Foundation

Lisa & Kevin Beno

Bret Stuber

Al & Sharon Fisher

Howard Broadman

Gailerd Swisegood

Fresno Regional Foundation

David & Lynn Burr

Paul & Linda Thomton

Gillespie Ag Services, Inc.

California Partnership to End

V Town Derby Dames

Foundation Western Milling

Gold Sponsor

Serpa Packing Solutions

Domestic Violence

Gilman, Harris & Travioli Bank of America Foundation Carolyn Kruse Foundation

Citizens Business Bank

G.W. Stewart‘s Salon & Gift

Valley Business Bank Robert & Carolyn Wilbur

Disciples of Christ - Visalia

Emporium

Founder

Clif Bar Family Foundation

J.C. Lansdowne, Inc.

Debbie Evans

Fansler Foundation

Mike Jefferis

Patricia Foster

Clarence & Janet Hill

Ralph & Afreen Kaelble

Fresh Buyers, Inc.

Richard & Rita Barron

Steven & Linda Lansdowne

Kawneer

Mike & Jane Grassel

Basra Ackerman Enterprises,

Spark of Hope Charity

Leffingwell Ag Sales Co., Inc.

Gutierrez Farming

LoBue Citrus

J.D. Heiskell & Co.

George & Susan Betancur

Lyles Foundation Donor

JMT Financial Services, Inc.

Norman & Joan Black

Advised Fund at the Fresno

Kaweah Delta Health Care District

Jane Caviglia

Regional Foundation

Lewis & Associates

Carolyn A. Childers

Bob & Mary Line

Art & Cheryl Christman

Christmas Dinner Dance Tulare County District Attorney‘s Office - Justice Run Verizon HopeLine Foundation Wells Fargo Bank

Maria E. Morfin

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Inc.


Theresa Clouse

Margaret C. Broyles

Fred & Carleta Heumann

Jennifer K. Lewin

John Coppola

Richard & Karen Carlstrom

Brittany Johnson

Keith W. Lindersmith

Glena Crumal & Eddye Farrar

Visalia Chamber of Commerce

Wendy Kirkpatrick

R. J. & Editha Loudermilk

Bill Kitchen

Michelle MacElvaine

Linda Del Rio

Christmas Tree Auction

Der Manouel Insurance Group

Phyllis Coring

Thomas & Ordonna Link

Thomas & Bethanie Mansfield

DG Insurance Agency

Linda Craig

Charles Loftis

Robert & Shirley Martin

Dick & Do Dooley

DaVita Healthcare Partners, Inc.

Robert & Joy Marshall

Carolyn & Al McCarty

Denise Fletcher

Robert K. Dempsie

Jeff & Caity Meader

Carol Olincy

Joe & Elizabeth Garcia

Edgewood Orchards

Neighborhood Church

Jennifer Pacheco

Margaret & James Hall

Steve & Mariann Hedstrom

Phyllis Ogden

Larry & Ana Teresa Parker

Robert & Debra Hansen

Fred & Donna LoBue

David & Susan Pearson

Tom & Marsha Peltzer

Shirley & Robert Hickam

Robert & Sue Machado

Robert & Wanda Rogers

Randy & Alice Pickens

Dale & Denet Igou

Jesse Mitchell

Gordon & Betty Smith

Dean & Karen Simpson

Daniel & Carolyn Jones

Margaret Moholt

George & Linda Sward

Mabel Sparks

JP Morgan Chase & Co.

Robert & Bobbi Moore

John & Cathy Tienken

Bill & Frances Tweed

Steven & Rachel Katz

Susan T. Munter

Stephen & Erica Tootle

Villa Vejvoda

Mike & Olivia Leoni

Ron & Karen Pedroncelli

Tucoemas Federal Credit Union

John & Pat Watts

Dr. Michael J. Levine

Provident-Salierno Family

United Way CA Capital Region

Frances Levy

Foundation

Visalia Eye Center

William & Diana Lutterbein

Frank & Dee Quatraro

Visalia First Assembly

Stephen & Beth McAuliff

Julio F. Sanchez

Vision Visalia Foundation, Inc.

John & Tracie Mitchell

Tim & Deene Souza

Tim Ward, District Attorney

Chuck & Susan Nichols

Michael & Kathleen Stephens

Paul & Linda Williams

Don Nikkel & Carol Enns

Kiah N. Tiftick

Terry & Laraine Ommen

Tulare County League of Mexican

Earl Pearson

Friend

American Women

Sierra Gardens Apartments

Tulare Youth Service Bureau, Inc.

Dave & Sharon Adams

Tulare County Panhellenic Co.

Patty Wagner

Thomas & Joan Akin

Daniel & Cindy Underwood

Bill & Clare Whitlatch

Phil & Julie Appelbaum

United Methodist Church of Visalia

Larry & Jody Young

Sandra Bennett

United Methodist Women Visalia Dental Group

Jeanine Blessing

Member

Marguerite Brown

Steve & Joan Watters

Donna Carlson

Robert & Dolores Wilcoxon

Alternative Billing Consultants, LLC

Warren & Suzanne Cederborg

Greg & Lisa Willis

Del & Patricia Ault

Vincent & Lorna Cheng

Tom & Necia Wollenman

Kristin Bennett

Wayne & Winnie Chun

Faye Zeeb

Marcella Boteilho

Addison & Christine Clark

Jennifer Boteilho

Thelma & Fred Jensen Essex

Because

Darwin Choy

Robert & Allyson Farrell

changed the date we publish our

Sponsor

Family

Services

has

Mike & Barbara Chrisman

Louis & Julia Fernandez

annual donor list, this list includes

Paula Ametjian

Leonard & Marian Cote

Mike & Debbie Gibson

donors who gave $50 or more in

Barbara Balerud

Mishel Cowart

Rosalie A. Gilcrest

the 18-month period between

Shirley Batchman

Richard & Mary Jo Eastes

Sam & Jody Gilman

07/01/2012

Gerry & Lynn Beckers

Jim & Linda Ely

Larry & Deya Ginsberg

Family Services’ intention is to

Richard & Theresa Berkson

Jose & Bertha Espinoza

Mr. Terry Hill

accurately list each donor’s name.

Beta Sigma Phi Epsilon Delta

Michael & Mary Florio

Jane Hornung

We apologize for any accidental

Britt & Judy Fussel

Jason Immekus

omissions. Please contact us at

Dr. and Mrs. John & Susan Booker

Donald & Anne Gilles

Darlene Kennedy

(559) 732-1970 with questions or

Ralph & Betty Bookout

Carol Glass

Christine Lawton

comments.

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Family Services of Tulare County's 2013 Annual Report  

Thanks to the support of our donors and volunteers, Family Services' accomplishments in 2013 were far-reaching. Together, we helped more tha...