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Champions of Courage FY 2016 Annual Report July 1, 2015 - June 30, 2016


Table of Contents Inside the FY 2016 Annual Report Overview Who We Serve.......................................................................2 Message from the CEO and Board Chair.........................3 Florence Crittenton High School.......................................4 Student and Family Support Program................................5 Early Childhood Education Center.....................................6 Financial Statement................................................................7 Foundations and Corporations..........................................8 Pathbuilders and Special Gifts.............................................9 Friends of Florence Crittenton Services..................10-16 Capital Campaign.................................................................17 Capital Campaign Donors.................................................18 Grand Reopening and Ribbon Cutting Event................19 Special Events: Cycles of Success Luncheon..................20 Special Events: Miles for Moms.........................................21 Florence Crittenton Services Achieves Bipartisan Legislative Success................................................................22 Holiday GIVING Project.....................................................23 Holiday GIVING and Supplemental Giving Supporters................................................................24 In-Kind Donors..............................................................25-26 Volunteers..............................................................................27 Board of Directors and Staff.............................................28 Junior Board and Hispanic Advisory Council.................29

Florence Crittenton Services of Colorado is committed to educating, preparing, and empowering teen mothers to become productive members of the community. Using a comprehensive and evidence-based approach, Florence Crittenton Services offers a spectrum of wraparound services to the entire teen family, including education, health/wellness services, career guidance and parenting training through Florence Crittenton High School, the Early Learning Center and the Student and Family Support Program. Florence Crittenton Services has forged a unique publice-private partnership with Denver Public Schools (DPS) for over 31 years. Florence Crittenton Services Annual Report—July 1, 2015-June 30, 2016

Who We Serve: Three Year Average

• 238 pregnant and parenting girls (ages 14-21) • 154 infants and toddlers (ages 0 to Pre-K) • 40 young fathers and 255 extended family members who influence the success of teen moms and their children

Demographics

The population of Florence Crittenton High School is: • 79% Hispanic • 5% African American • 5% Caucasian • 2% Asian American • 9% Multi-racial • 95% qualify for free and reduced meals • 40% are food-insecure • 27% lack stable housing

Other Facts

A large percentage of students at Florence Crittenton High School come from at-risk backgrounds that present difficult challenges, such as physical and sexual abuse, drugs and alcohol, gang pressure, immigration issues, psychological distress and poverty. Florence Crittenton Services’ whole-child approach, combining education with child care, counseling support, life skills and parenting training, developmental and mental health counseling and much more, helps these vulnerable teen families create multigenerational cycles of success. Florence Crittenton Services 96 South Zuni Street, Denver, CO 80223-1208 720.423.8900 | www.flocritco.org | info@flocritco.org

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Message From the CEO and Chair of the Board of Directors Dear Champions of Courage for Florence Crittenton: Our first year on the new and expanded Florence Crittenton Campus, the 2015-2016 school year, provided so many incredible firsts for us. Thanks to our partnerships with Colorado Health Foundation, Denver Health, and Denver Public Schools, we opened the Alethia E. Morgan, MD School-Based Health Center, the first and only school-based health center in Colorado to provide both obstetric and pediatric services to our young moms and their children. For the first time, our teen moms did not have to miss a full day of school for a doctor’s appointment, because they were able to get the care they needed for themselves and their children on campus and return to class. In addition, for the first time, we were able to provide on-site, free mental health counseling to our teen moms and their families five days a week with the support and services from Denver Children’s Advocacy Center and Denver Health. Seventeen young women also participated in our first campus Career Pathways program for Certified Nursing Assistants in our new career lab. Our Early Childhood Education Center (ECE) was able to serve children from age three through Pre-K because of the expansion supported by our Building for Teen Family Success Capital Campaign.The new gymnasium has proven to be a wonderful way to engage young dads and extended family members in our activities, as well as provide an on-campus space for physical education for our teen mothers. Our ECE graduation ceremony was a special highlight in the new gymnasium in May 2016. There was standing room only for our young moms and dads, grandparents, siblings, aunts, and uncles who came to celebrate our young children as they accepted their ECE diplomas.The following week, we congratulated 35 young women who graduated from Florence Crittenton High School—the first ever from our brand new campus. The pride and sense of accomplishment of our teen mothers and their families reminds us of why we worked so hard to build this campus, and why you, the community, invested in our expansion—so that we can help these amazing young ladies, and their children, to realize their potential and enjoy a bright future. These successes are truly the outcome we all hoped for, and now we can rejoice in what we’ve accomplished together! We look forward to continuing to partner with each and every one of you as we continue into our second year on the new campus, providing even more teen mothers and more children with exceptional education, support and services. In partnership, Suzanne Banning President and CEO

Diane Kane, MD Board Chair

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Florence Crittenton High School Operated in partnership with Denver Public Schools, for 31 years Florence Crittenton High School is

the largest and most comprehensive provider of academic and support services to pregnant and parenting teen mothers in Colorado.As an Intensive Pathways School, we provide intensive academic and wraparound services to students at the highest risk of dropping out. Our educational program meets both the Denver Public Schools and Common Core standards, while offering a continuum of health and social services to help our students be good parents while staying in school and succeeding academically. During the 2015-2016 school year, the high school served 210 students.

85.4%

of eligible seniors graduated from Florence Crittenton High School, more than double the national graduation rate for teen mothers who give birth before the age of 18.

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100%

of graduating seniors had post-secondary plans. These plans include attending various local community and technical colleges, as well as working full-time in various fields.

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Student and Family Support Program Florence Crittenton Services teen moms face many extra challenges in their efforts to become self-

sufficient and graduate from high school. Most are living in poverty and a significant percentage have experienced homelessness, domestic violence, abuse or other traumatic events. Many do not have any family support. For these young women, the thought of dropping out and giving up can quickly gain traction. The individualized, wrap-around services offered to students by Florence Crittenton Services to help them manage these challenges are critical. Our dedicated Student and Family Support Program (SFSP) team helps students learn coping skills, maternal and child health, parenting and benefit-system navigation to help them overcome family and community barriers to their success.

A Glance Into Student and Family Support Program • 8 7% of pregnant students delivered full-term, healthy birth-weight babies—nationally, only 14.5% of women under 20 deliver full-term healthy birth-weight babies. • 210 students participated in the Teen Parenting course, 90 completed pre- and post-tests and of those students, and 100% showed increased knowledge in the physical, social emotional, and cognitive developmental milestones of children ages 0-4. • 100% of homebound students remained connected to school and completed their coursework while on maternity leave, and 46 girls received homebound services. •100% of our students received coaching and counseling through regular one-on-one sessions with SFSP social-emotional specialists. 100% of students accessed assistance with issues, including help with peer or family relationships, referrals for accessing community resources, legal support, health care and child care, and other key basic needs. • 65 family engagement activities were offered to teen mothers, their children, and extended families. Activities included Family Culture Night, Holiday Party, baby massage instruction, yoga classes, self-defense, and other activities designed to promote life skills development and socialemotional growth. Florence Crittenton Services Annual Report—July 1, 2015-June 30, 2016

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Early childhood Education Center The Early Childhood Education Center (ECE) is Florence Crittenton Services’ on-site, licensed, Qualis-

tar-rated early learning center that addresses the education and care needs of our teen mothers’ children. Composed of age-appropriate classrooms, the ECE provides social, emotional, cognitive, and physical development services for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers ages 6 weeks through Pre-K. The ECE expansion increased the number of slots from 68 to 110 and allowed us to serve children over the age of 3 through Pre-K, which helps us assure they are kindergarten-ready. Utilizing evidence-based curricula and state-of-the-art progress measurement tools, the ECE offers quality, effective early childhood education to some of the most vulnerable young children in our community. On May 19, 2016 the ECE celebrated its third annual ECE Graduation. The children of graduating young mothers donned purple caps and gowns and received graduation certificates to further the celebratory spirit that permeates the campus during this time of year.

Early Childhood Education Center by the Numbers • Served 179 children ages six weeks to Pre-K • Maintained a three-star rating, helping to pilot the new Qualistar Colorado Shines rating system • 98% of children who attended the ECE (≥ 4 months) were at or above age-appropriate developmental levels • 100% of children were screened for developmental expectations • The average rate of the ECE's daily utilization by teen mothers icnreased to 73%, whereas only 49% of Colorado children (age ≤ 4) are in formalized care • 100% of children were current on age appropriate immunizations and well-child checks • 42 teen moms whose children attended the ECE participated in the Raising a Reader program Florence Crittenton Services Annual Report—July 1, 2015-June 30, 2016

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Financial Statement

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Foundations and Corporations Platinum ($20,000+)

Silver ($9,999-$5,000)

Adolph Coors Foundation Anonymous Anschutz Foundation Bank of the West Boettcher Foundation Buell Foundation Caring for Colorado Foundation The Colorado Health Foundation The Denver Foundation Fox Family Foundation Gary Community Investment Co. Helen K. & Arthur E. Johnson Foundation Helen M. McLoraine Parent Pathways Endowment Fund The LARRK Foundation Mile High United Way The Nord Family Foundation Paul M. Angell Foundation PB & K Family Foundation The Pioneer Fund The Piton Foundation Rose Community Foundation Sam S. Bloom Foundation Sturm Family Foundation The Women's Foundation of Colorado

Anschutz Family Foundation Aon Foundation Aon Hewitt BabiesNow! Foundation Baker & Hostetler LLP The Chill Foundation Denver Health Foundation Denver Post Goldbug, Inc J. Empson Irrevocable Trust JEWISHcolorado Kaiser Permanente Community Health Fund RockJensen Foundation Rocky Mountain Active 20-30 Rose Youth Foundation Suncor Energy (U.S.A.) Inc. The TJX Foundation, Inc. UMB Bank Colorado, N.A. Xcel Energy Foundation Zonta Club of Denver II

Gold ($19,999-$10,000) Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield Bank of America Beveridge Family Foundation Charles Schwab Colorado Rockies Charity Fund Delta Dental DIRECTV Kullgren Family Charitable Trust Mabel Y. Hughes Charitable Trust The Melvin & Elaine Wolf Foundation The Nature Conservancy PCL Construction Enterprises Inc. Sprout Foundation Virginia W. Hill Foundation

Bronze ($4,999-$2,500)

BBVA Compass Foundation Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, LLP CenturyLink CoBiz Financial, Inc. COPIC Insurance Companies Ehrhardt Keefe Steiner & Hottman LLLP Enservco Corporation Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund First Western Financial, Inc. First Western Trust Bank, Denver KPMG LLP Lockton Companies, LLC Ready Foods, Inc. Rollie R. Kelley Family Foundation Fund Schlessman Family Fund. Wells Fargo Housing Foundation William Auckland Trust

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Copper ($2,499-$1,000)

Amp The Cause Anton Collins Mitchell, LLP Archer Daniels Midland Company Armstrong Teasdale Benevity Community Impact Fund Black Hills Corporations Carl J. Minnig Foundation Charles Schwab Colorado Business Bank Colorado State Bank Foundation Trust Comdata Corp COPIC Medical Foundation Custom Design Blinds Shades & Shutters D. A. Davidson DaVita Inc. Eon Office Supply Everest College FirstBank Holding Company The Foundation at Rolling Hills GBSM, Inc. GroundFloor Media Himmelman Construction Jackson National Community Fund K Financial Linhart Public Relations Omni Financial Charity Foundation OZ Architecture Retirement Planning Services Inc. Nathan B.and Florence R. Burt Foundation Network for Good Schwab Fund for Charitable Giving Senior Financial Network Telecom Pioneers Blue Spruce Club YouthRoots Zachry

Special Partners

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Pathbuilders and Special Gifts Platinum ($20,000+) Michael and Elaine Ackerman Debra J. Perry and Jeff Baldwin Michael and Yun Hui Kehoe

Gold ($19,999-$10,000) Joel and Sharon Friedman Suzanne Kintzele Albert and Debbie Rosenthaler Al and Frances Troppmann

Silver ($9,999-$5,000) Rebecca Alexander and David Starbuck Ellen Balaguer and Mark Chase Laura P. Barton Julie Blankenship Carolyn Daniels Ingrid DeGreef Katherine Gold Eileen and Richard Greenberg Andrew and Diane Kane Judy and David Koff Holly McDonald Joanne Posner-Mayer Mary Reisher and Barry Berlin Vassilios and Lynne Sirpolaidis Shaun and Debbie Yancey

Bronze ($4,999-$2,500) Adrianna Abarca Akasha and Kelly Absher Craig Archibald and Ann Sperling Juan and Cesilie Botello Steve Coffin and Patti Shwayder-Coffin Linda and Raymond Clark Carri and Chris Clemens John and JoAnn Congdon Helen and Joe Drexler Ellen Filipiak Ann Hinkins-Steiner and Dave Steiner Del and Millie Hock

Doug and Jenny Hock Susan Kurtz Scott and Juanita Lilley Lynda McNeive and Lynn Hornbrook Alethia Morgan and Mark Fall Elizabeth and Reed Mittelstaedt Susan Mohr and Kathy Machan Harriet Moyer Aptekar and Dr. Donald W. Aptekar Tami Paumier and Glen Warren Caitlin Quander and Dan Murray Kathryn and Tim Ryan Dr. Frank and Judy Scott Dr. Toni Simmons and Scott Sampson

Copper ($2,499-$1,000) Cindy Alexander Suzanne Banning and Bridget Brophy Kay and James Burke Judy Businga and Steven Gerstenberger Susan and Russell Carparelli Roger and Jeannie Christensen David R. Cichon Paula M. Connelly Peter Copeland and Nancy Cohen Jennifer Crossett Cynthia A. Deal Katharine and Mark Dickson Mark Eddy and Diane Carman Kathleen English Nancy M. Faunce John and Priscilla Flanders Donald R. and Moira Jackson Hannah and Jarret Jacobus Gerald W. Kintzle Deanne Linnebur Jennifer and Richard Mandelson John and Michala Markovich Kiera and Ross McDonald Robert P. Meinzer, Jr. and Steve McIntee Max A. Minnig, Jr. Mark and Cathy Mollandor Austin and Joanne Murr Jane and Skip Netzorg Chad and Karen Olivier Carolyn and John Perna

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Jerene Petersen Michael Pichler Lee J. Renfrow Roberta and Charles Speltz Nancy and Rod Steedman Dr. Nancy M. Thompson Carolynne White and Chris Macaulay Stephanie S. and Robert M. Whittelsey Marie and Grant Whiteside Bud and Marie Wonsiewicz

Tribute Gifts Harold Logan Glennys Ann Weiss Donja Wehrfritz Beth Ritter James Galane Bruce Wolpe

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Friends of Florence Crittenton Services Carolyn Abman Akasha and Kelly Absher Penny Ackerman Katherine Adair Shaina Adami Laura and Gaines Adams Sam Adams-Berger Elyse Adlen Alissa Aguda Caroline and Greg Ahbe Pamela Ahlberg Rowena Alegria Dr. Shirley Algiene Kim and Robin Allbee Jennifer Alldredge Brian Allison Malia Alstrom Adele Alvarado Elizabeth Alvarado Dakota Alvarez Joe Amato-Baril Barbara Anders Bri Anderson Natalie Anderson Leonard Anderson Melissa Anderson Alice and Lee Anneberg Anonymous Kelsey Antcliff Greg Anton Lisa Appel Lauren Archuletta Lawrence Archuletta Susan and John Arigoni Sikirat Ariyo Sade Ariyo Mark Armour Jaimie Ulrich Armstrong David Arnett Kim and Del Arnold Kathleen Aronow Patricia and Jim Aronstein David Arp Hugo Arredondo Charles Aschwanden Pam and John Babb Nicki A. Bacon, M.D. Andy Bailey

Susan and Steve Bailey Steve and Lisa Bain Debbie and Louis Baker Leslie Baldwin Holly and John Bales Barbara and Barry Banning Fernando Barajas Jeffrey Barker Karen and Scot Barker Diane Barranco Ryan and Wendy Barrett Mark Barron Haley Bartlett Matt Bartlett Gary L. Basher Jennifer Bater and Dave Anderson Lizzie Bauer Teri Bauhs Mark Bauhs Janila Beach Stacy Bear Rebecca H. Bearden Robert and Mary Bearman Julie and Mike Bearup Alison Beck Kathleen Beckwith Dave and Gina Bednarz Rebecca Belik Isabel Belliard Mary Beltrami Francine Benavidez Jody and John Benton Gregory and Kelly Berger Chantel Bernstein Maribeth and Jack Berry Sharmini Berwick Deborah S. Beveridge Marty Billings Terry Billings Lynn E. Bishop Darla Blackburn Tracey and Marc Blackford Ann and Del Block Ashley Bolton Kim Booker Esther Books Tim Boucher Patricia M. Boulding

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Danielle Bowker Seth Bradley Nancy Bralic Mary Bralic Erin and Andrew Breit Lori Brennen Susan Brettell Geraldine Brimmer Barbara and Richard Brohl Katrina M. Brohman Craig Brown Denise Trujillo Brown Peg and Dick Brown Linda and Wes Brown Craig Brown Leslie Brown Mindy Brown Denise Brown William Browning Molly Buchanan Cedric Buchanon Kim and Thomas Buck Cathy and Bil Buhler Nancy Bunte Gerald Burke Gail Busby Alice and Jonathan Bush John Butler Cisco Cabello Laura G. Canby Nicole Candelaria Stephen L. Canges Julie Capp Amy Carder Leslie Carlson Christine Carlson Martha and Richard Caschette Melanie Cassidy Yolanda Castillo Andrea Castle Jan Caughlin Christine Chance Deb Chen Karl Chen Lilly and Aaron Christman Laura Christman Dawn Christofferson and Pamela Durkee

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Friends of Florence Crittenton Services Terri and Greg Churchill Eben Clark Larisa Clark Julie Clark Taylor Clark Carol Clarke Suzie and Steve Clemens Linda Clure Kayla Coburn Jeffrey Cohen Steve and Diane Collins Gretchen Cooper Marcia Cooperman and Bruce Friend Elissa and Kenneth Coors Elizabeth B  randon Coors and Todd Olson Hayden Coors Jennifer Corboy Dr. John and Alix Corboy Brooke Cordova Annie Cordova John and Lynn Cormey Edna M. Cotton Sergio Covarrubias Sarah Cox Dawn Cozart Dennis Cram Gina Cristiano Laura Cross Bill and Rhonda Crossen Bradley Crowe Marisol Cruz Marcella Cruz Sofia Cruz Mark Cuellar Alejandro Cuellar Jeffrey P. Cullinane Maureen Czepiel Lisa Dahl Dennis Dahl Vicki and David Dansky Tanya Darden Angela and Jim Davidson Joyzelle Davis Pam Day Susan Day Vince Dean Dick and Ze Deane

Telly DeBoarts Deb and Mike deFisser Elizabeth and Michael Dehm Chris and Valerie Del Hierro James Delman and Laura Allen Shannon Demaree Thomas Dethlefs Wendy DeWitt Asusena Diaz-Nunez Naomi Gena Dickerson Virginia Dickinson Lynn and Jim Dierker Bunny Dines Sheri R. DiPaglia Pamela Dittmer Dona T. Dodson Mark T. Doherty Michael Brett Dolan Julia and Robert Donohue Eileen G. Doolan Abigail Dorn Shawna Dorsey Dawn Doty Sara Doud Reina Doyle Jeanne Doyle Sarah and Michael Drewlow Will Drier Shauna Dunn Pamela Durkee and Dawn Christofferson Brenda Dwyer Helen and Michael Dyer Kathy Ebright Dana Echter Susanna and Dave Eckelberger Katherine Eide Nadia El Mallakh Amie Elcan Richard S. and Margaret A. Elliott Susan Elliott Bret Ellis Sheryl Ellis-Kosorok and Edward Kosorok Rick Ellsmore Chuck Ellsworth Ra'Kel Engelkens Jennifer Engle

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Becky English Kristin Enquist Paul Erdmann Jenna K. Espinoza Diane Estrada Katherine Ettman Colleen and David Evans Darlene Evans Nicholas Fabrizio Stacy Fairbanks Brown Sharon Faircloth Kwali M. Farbes Jennifer Farrow Suzanne Fasing Jeff Faunce Barbara Fernandez Randi Fields Diana C. Fields and Todd Fisher Deloras Fifer Danelle Fifer Laura Fisher Ellen Fitzpatrick Elizabeth Flater Marc and Margaret Flink George and Sally Fosha Alexandria Foster Mary Ann Franden Katherine Franklin and Barry Dalton Stephanie Fransen Charlene Frick Dedric Friedly Carole Fronk Marta Fuentes Andrea Fuicelli Lesley Fulton Kellyan Funk and Daniel J. Funk Sue Funk James Galane Catherine Gale and Michael Kelly Frances A. Gallegos Ryan Gallegos Kathleen D. Gallion Harvey Gammage David Gantos Arthur L. Garcia Madeline Garcia Riojas Paul T. Garnett and Jill D. Brooks-Garnett

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Friends of Florence Crittenton Services Kari Garriga Molly Garrison Marvin and Nancy Gart Terry Garvens Andrea and Christopher Gatchis Anna Gates Andrea and Matt Geerdes Stacy Geyer Perla Gheiler Susan Gill Jan Gillam Tamara Gillespie Erin Girardi and Chris Rivera Richard Gleaton Allison Gleichman and Ben Schumacher Marcy Glenn and Tom Goulet David Glenn Greg and Renee Glissmann Jerry Goedert and Elizabeth Reppond Neil Goff Sara Golden Ken and Shen Goldman Maryann Golinvaux Caroline Goltz Liz Gonzalez Mary and Ronald Goodwin Robert Gore Joyce Gottesfeld Thomas Gougeon and Donna Middlebrooks Joel Graham Gillian Grant Brooke and John Granville Jean Grattet Catherine Greeley Connor Green Kerri and David Greenberg Valerie Greenhagen Lenna Gregory Barbara Griffith Frank Grillo Debbi Griswold Jean and Dave Griswold Marissa Griswold Jerith and Joe Gronski Janis Tropp Ground Todd Grover Alicia and Wayne Guerra

Elisa Guida Pamela and Michael Guthrie Michelle and Stephen Gutierrez Jim and Laura Hahn Laurie Hamer Lisa Hamm-Greenawalt and Bob Greenawalt Carolyn and Steven Hammack William Hanchey Gena Hannaway Jane Hansberry Samantha Harding Rebecca Harkey and Claudia Svarstad Juliana Harrison Joanne and Don Hart Rex and Jennifer Hastings Susan Hausler Greg Hawke Anna Jo Haynes Alison Hayward Charlotte Hebeler Laila Hebert Dawn Helwig Heather Henderson Kathy and Andy Henderson Judene Hendricks GG Hendrix David Herron Emily and Paco Herson Marie and Marty Herzog Jill Hess Susan U. Higginbottom Simone Higgins Susan Hills Michael Himelstein Andrew Himot Kimberly Hirst Nicole Hobby Sue Hobza Sandra Hodges Pat and Peter Hoeft Julie Hoezee Julie Hogan Rosa Hogan Dr. Don and Dorotha Hogue Megan Hoit Terry and Glenn Hoit Bryan Hoit Harrison Holcomb

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Lisa Holenko Nancy and Jeff Holliday Gretchen Hollrah and Jason Longsdorf Dr. Steve and Joellyn Holt Kristin Holthus Janice Hommes Melissa Hooley Tyler Horan and Christina Zagarino Paul Hornbrook Marianne and Craig Horner Betty and Thomas Hosman Karen Hostetter Ian Howells Kathryn and Brent Hubbell Bri Huber Ruthie Hubka Amy Hudson and Scott Deming Ainsley Hudson and Ryan Hillard Kelley Huemoeller Vanessa Huerta and Luis Duarte Loretta Huff Lou Huff Julia and Matthew Hughes Julie and David Hughes Juliet Hull Barb Huner Margaret Hunt Louise Hurlbut and Richard Caudle Kaye Hurtt Gloria Husney Maryanna and Sonny Hutchison Sean Isaacs Maria E. Isaias Kathy and Jeff Isenhart Julie Jackson Kelly L ong Jackson and Christopher Jackson Trudy Jagger Alexis Jarxis Marianne and Matthew Jeffrey Valerie Jenkins Susan Jenkins Heather Jenson Michael Jewell Chad Jimenez Nora Jinishian Gina Johannesman Don and Joan Johnson Ashley Johnson

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Friends of Florence Crittenton Services Carol Johnson Lee and Jessica Johnson Suzanne and Bill Johnson Maryanne Johnson Sandra Johnson Anna Johnson Laurel Johnson Christine Johnston Patricia Johnston and Nina Leitman Chandra Jones Barry Jones Melissa D. Robitaille Jones Sherry D. Jones Barie Joy Cynthia C. Kahn Paul and Elizabeth Karlsgodt Debbie and Frederick Karrer Gabriel Karroum Lauren Karsh Kristine Kasper Kristie Kauerz Donna Kearns Noreen Keleshian Anita Kelley William C. Kelly Mike and Ali Kemp Dr. Jan Kennaugh and Chevis F. Horne Denise W. Kennedy Karen Kennedy Andrew and Sherry Kenney Sherry and Andy Kenney Agnes Kerr Colleen Smith Kershisnik Kelly Kershisnik Linda Key Ted Kijanka Eunice Kim Andrew and Eunsun Kim Susan Kim JJ Kincaid Mary Rose Kindsfather Brian King Ryan Kirkpatrick Robin L. Kittel Lynnell Kitzman Leslie Kleiman Robyn Klein Kyle Klopcic

Frank and Stephanie Knappe Michael Knott Kelly Knott Katie and Paul Knott Jereme Koehler Gail Koehn Susan and Carl Koonsman Monica and Trevor Kopp Sheila S. Kowal Christopher and Sara Krajacic Sharyl Kriete Mary Kuehner Peggy and Kevin Kuhn Bev Kunz Dan Kusel Penny and Matt Lake Scott and Lana Lane Lynn Larson and Jill Nickerson Brigitte LaRue Dr. Carol L. Lassen Ann and Ted Lavelle Ethan Lawrence Willem and Shereene Le Roux Garrett A. LeDonne Krystn Ledoux Trisha and Tom Lee Teresa and Michael Leede Gaye Leonard Mollie Leone Liz and Ian Levenson Dan Levy Gloria Leyba Jeff Lindsey Mary Little Tyra Litzau Kathleen Logan Ann and Harold Logan Jr. Marie Logsden Paula Longo Mary Jane Looney April Wallace Lopez Elizabeth Lopez Yolanda Lopez Denece Lopez Victoria Lovato Laura Love Jessica Lovering Flor Lozano

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Dominica Lucero Mark Lumsden John Lundeen and Donna Walker Tiel Lundy Suzann Lupton Hillary MacArthur Kathy Machan and Susan Mohr Miriam and Bruce MacKay Saura Madani Elizabeth Madrid Kathy Maestas Jessica Maestas Diane Mahoney Gary Major Ruth Malman Teresa Manago Victoria Mandell Rita Mann Tracy Manning Carol J. Markley Joanne Markovich Patti Marks Damon Marquez Donna and John Martie Clory Martin George and Helen Salazar Martin Rosalie Martin Judith Martine La Rae Martinez Ruby Martinez and Michael Wade Alonzo Martinez Tina Martinez Yvonne Martinez Sarah Martinez Marty J. Mashe Reed Masten Maggie McAbee Lauren and Jack McCaddon Kevin McCaffrey James and Judy McCaffrey Elizabeth H. McCann Courtney McCarter Kevin McCullough Kristen McDonnell Christina McGaha Samantha and Chris McGaha Jessica McHugh Lori McNamee

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Friends of Florence Crittenton Services Nicole McWhirter Joan McWilliams Andrew Meehan Connie Meine Michelle Mencini Olivia Mendoza Natalie Mesko Kate Meyers Nancy T. Miani Gisela Micksch Susan and Mark Miesen Alison Milan Willa Millar Kelly Miller Patrick Millmore Emily Milner Margaret Milner Bob Miltenberger Noah Miranda Sara Moak Garrod Moltz Andy Montoya Judy Montoya Ebony Moore Gloria Moore Melissa Moore Shadai Moore Courtney Morean Heidi and Eric Morgan Mary Lou Morgan Tatiana and Andrew Morrell Daniel and Shelly Morris Michele and Greg Morris Gene and Vicki Morton Rob Moss Emily Mrig Nathan Mullen Denise K. Munger Jonathon Murphy Shauntae Murphy Denise Murray Rachel Musenero Barbara and David Myers Annie Nagy Roweena Naidoo Dr. Ida Nakashima Lynn Ngo Joe Nimmons Karen Niparko

Brad Nixon Trey and Linda Nobles Linda E. Nordlander Justin Norton Britte Notzold Cathleen O'Brien Kathy and Steven O'Dell Dianna and Jay O'Neall Christine and Stanley Obert Karyssa Obney Kaylee Obney Krista Obney Justin Oliver Kersten Olson Leanne Olson Todd O  lson and Elizabeth Brandon Coors Mary Omohundro Steve and Joan Ophaug Felix Ortiz Geraldine Ortiz Kari Osborne Alicia Ostenson Terri and Rich Otley Aura Padilla Ryan Page Mariana Palacios Allison Panter Joanne Park Marjorie and Jay Parker Aileen Passariello Donna Patch Patti and Patrick Pathways Susan Patterson Daniel K. and Susan A. Paulien Brenda Pearson Cruz Pedraza-Ruiz and Deborah Torres Georgene Pedrie John G. Pendleton Diane Perez Shayla Perez Tracy and Russel Perez Lora Ann Perry Ashley Peterson Cynthia Ludlow Peterson Elle Peterson Jody and Bob Phelps Beth Phillips

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Leigh Picchetti Heather Pierce Chris and Lucy Pillion Lisa Piscopo Carisma Player Lenora Plimpton Janet Pogar Cathy Pomeroy Molly Pomeroy Nathan Pope Howard Popejoy Amanda Porter and Ben Snider Rachel Porter Marti Potter Troy and Katie Powell Janice and Jeffrey Pramik Laura Premer Susan Prendinger Kelli Preston Jill Price Monique S. Price Mary Price Birk Julie Primm Nan and Charles Procknow Donald and Elinore Quander Laurin and Mindy Quiat Scott Quigley Mary and Bob Quillin Susan Quinn Richard Rainaldi and Martha Records Jeremy and Lindsey Rainwater Jia Ramberg Rosa Ramirez V Ramirez Alejandro Ramos and Melissa Valles Holden Rasmussen Frank and Julie Rausch Douglas Reeb Catherine Reedy Jenny Reeverts Carrie Reger Ida and Dave Rehder Julia Reissner Heather Renshaw Michael Renshaw Jon Repas Dawn and Sol Richardson Stefan Richarz Myra Rieger

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Friends of Florence Crittenton Services Monica Riley Eric Rioux Beth Ritter Heidi Rivera Katherine Rizzuto David B. Roark Richard Roark Renee and Larry Robbins Alan and Emily Robinson Cecilia J. Robinson Dianne Robinson Rosemary E. Rodriguez Claudia Rodriguez Tae Rogers Holly Romero LeAnna Rosenow Laura Rosseisen Sara and Harley Rotbart Christine Rothacker Graeme Rothe Matt Rotter Brittany Rowan Jeanne Rozzo Beth Rubenstein and Chandra M Jones Steve and Beth Rubin Lisa Rucker Louis Ruhlin Judith Rush Bradford Russell Cynthia Russo Natalie Russo Cassie and Tyler Rust Phyllis and David Ruth Ann and Art Ryan Tessa Rybkowski Ana Salach George and Helen Salazar Martin Kyle Samuel Bertha Sanchez Joni Sanderson Molly Sandler Mike Ness and Zara Sandstrom Marcus Satariano Lydia Satcher Carmela and David Savoie Sara and Morrie Sawyer Deborah Scallorn Savannah Scallorn Abigail Schaller

Kari Schauss Lynette Schneller Barry Schoenfeld Allison and Steve Schovee Amelia Schrader Max Schroeder Julie Scott Andrew Seaback Brenda Sears Mary Seawell Gretchen and Phil Seefried Courtney Seely Keith Segel Jeffrey M. Sepich Sue Sergeichik Lynn Sexton Reagan Seylhouwer Samantha Sgourakes Patty Sharbonno Amanda and Toby Sharp Carey Shea Way Shen and Chris George Julie Shpall Helen Shreves David Sigley Julie and Timothy Simmons Aaron and Amber Sisk Sean Slevin Marriott and John Smart Sheldon Smickley Leslie Smith Susan Smith Theresa and Bruce Smith Kristi Smouse Jessica Snider Gaylyn Snow Stefanie Sommers Steven and Sally Sommers Donna Sorensen and Vince Dean Bernardo Sosa Courtnay Sotelo Rosie Soto Mark Sovchuk Jr. Cindy Sovine-Miller Monica Speicher Matthew Spickard Astrid Spies and Sean Fontaine Frances Spitz Barbara Springer

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Ellen and Krys Squires Kay Stallworthy Torrie Starkweather Stacie Staub Marilyn and Timothy Stechert Kristin Steedman Brian Steele Peggy Stevinson Kasim Stewart Michael R. Stiff Andrea and Scott Stillman Abbie Stillman Andrea Stith Jessica Stoffler Ann Stolfa Tim Streeb Timothy Stueven Mary Sullivan-Ridge Mark Sunderland Raymond and Kathleen Sutton Claudia Svarstad and Rebecca Harkey Maria Swendroski-Gomez Richard E. Swenson Mark Taber Mojdeh Talebian Meg Tannehill Desta Taye-Channell and Bruce Channell Elizabeth and Bonner Templeton Steven Teselle and Rebecca Russell Brandon Thall Marcelle Therrien Louise Thomas Tara Thomas-Gale Peggy Thompson Elsa Tietje Rochelle Tisdale Joseph Tloczkowski Leo Tokar Jodi Torpey Geena Torti Sara Trapp Shana Troyer Angelita Trujillo Gerda and Harold Tuchel Donna and Robert Turgeon Christina Turissini Kelli Turner Phyllis Turner

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Friends of Florence Crittenton Services Lyric Turner Kathy Tye Sonya Ulibarri Jennifer Vagher Lynne Valencia Melissa Valles and Alejandro Ramos Edgar Valles Amy Van Bebber Jill Van de Water Peter Van Genderen Deb and Bob Van Houten Klasina VanderWerf and H.J. Thomas, III Aaron Vasquez Alvina Vasquez Glenn Venegas Monica Villarreal Tamara Vincelette Erica Vincent Joanna Vincenti Greg Vochis Janet Vogel Donna Vogt Abigail Wade Tony Wagahoff Michelle and Bill Wagner Joe and Judi Wagner Dr. Art and Irit Waldbaum Chris Walker Anne and Rick Walker Jessica and Mark Wall Lyle Wallace Rachel Wallace Christine and Chuck Ward Jana and Kent Waryan James Webster Jennifer Weege Laura J. Wegscheid Donja and Jon Wehrfritz Leah Weiner Glennys Ann and Joseph Weiss Jim and Jane Weist Margaret Wells Martine Wells JoAnne Wenberg Randi Wenberg Elaine L. Wendler Kathy Werner

Brian Weslar Carly and Jared West Derek Whetstone Lisa Whetstone Duane Whisler Suzanne and Lee White Leigha Wickham Jessica Wiles Janel Wilkerson Daniel and Nancy Williams Louise Williams Tim and Kathy Williams Sarah Williamson Alex Wilson Dorothy and Greg Wilson Marilyn and Rowland Wimmer Stefanie Winfield Carla and Jens Witt Maddie Wojtalewicz Elisabeth Wolf Hillary Wolfe Bruce and Lesley Wolpe Dana Wood Erin and Jon Woodruff Sofie Woods Bunny Woodworth Sabrina Wright-Hobart Jake B. Wuest Cory Young Saskia Young Laurie and Marty Zeller Todd Ziegler Jenafer and James Zwyer

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Capital Campaign

The Building For Teen Family Success Capital Campaign successfully concluded by exceeding the goal of $2.8 million during FY16. Thank you to the 135 donors who made generous gifts to support the renovation and expansion of the Florence Crittenton Campus. The Florence Crittenton Campus now serves as a full-service Family Resource Center that includes the Early Childhood Education Center for children six weeks through Pre-K; the Student and Family Support Program providing social-emotion and basic needs support; the Alethia E. Morgan, MD Health Center providing pediatric and OB/GYN care; and, through a 32 year partnership with Denver Public Schools, the on-site Florence Crittenton High School. It serves as a single point of entry for teen mothers, young fathers, children, and extended family members to receive education and customized wraparound services that connect with community resources to help them achieve long-term self-sufficiency. In addition, we expanded our transportation capacity with a new van to transport teen moms and children to public transportation. We also created the Sue Wombacher Child Care Services Fund to ensure every child has the opportunity to learn, grow, and develop in our Early Childhood Education Center. Thank you again for your generous support. If you would like a tour of our campus, please contact us at www.flocritco.org.

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Capital Campaign Donors Campaign Lead Donors ($100,000+) Anonymous The Anschutz Foundation Colorado Health Foundation Daniels Fund Florence Crittenton Services of Colorado Helen K. & Authur E. Johnson Foundation Alethia (Lee) Morgan, MD and Mark Fall The Jay and Rose Phillips Family Foundation of Colorado Temple Buell Foundation Estate of Susan Wombacher

Major Donors ($99,999-$10,000) The Abarca Family Adolph Coors Foundation Rebecca C. Alexander Anonymous Harriet Moyer Aptekar and Dr. Donald W. Aptekar Craig Archibald and Ann Sperling Ellen Balaguer and Mark Chase Suzanne Banning and Bridget Brophy The Barton Family Foundation Tammy and Dan Berberick Julie and Mike Bock Boettcher Foundation Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, LLP Sue and Russ Carparelli Carri and Chris Clemens Steve Coffin and Patti Shwayder-Coffin Alix and John Corboy Andy and Laura Crain Helen and Joe Drexler El Pomar Foundation Marcella Fox Fox Family Foundation Estate of Sidney Friedman Joel and Sharon Friedman Gates Family Foundation Ann Hinkins-Steiner and David Steiner Del and Millie Hock Doug and Jenny Hock Dr. Diane and Andrew Kane Michael and Yun Hui Kehoe

Patti Klinge and Connie McArthur Judy and David Koff Law Office of Mark W. Major, P.C. The Nord Family Foundation Scott and Marcia Page PCL Construction Qualistar Colorado Mary Reisher and Barry Berlin The Sturm Family Foundation Ron and Susan Tilton Al and Frances Troppmann Luis and Teresa Ventoza Carolynne White and Chris Macaulay

Community Donors ($9,999-$1) Akasha and Kelly Absher Dr. Shirley Algiene J. Raul Amrendariz Anonymous Tony and Kira Antista Susan Arlow-Aaronson Paula Armstrong Abigail Bach Steve and Lisa Bain Jennifer Bater Robert and Virginia Bayless Kelly and Greg Berger David Berman The Beveridge Family Foundation Kendra Black Blankenship C  haritable Lead Annuity Trust Juan and Ceselie Botello Deron and Deborah Brown The Campanella Famly Bruce and Constance Campbell Carson Foundation Julie Charles Terri Churchill Linda and Raymond Clark Paula Connelly Ginia Coors COPIC Insurance Company Roberto and Theresa Corrada Creative Concepts for Non-Profits Encana Cares (USA) Foundation Lynn Bolinske Dolven Kathleen J. English Mary Ervolina

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Jenna Espinoza and Leroy Garcia Wells Fargo Sheryl Feiler Ellen Fillipiak John and Priscilla Flanders Brian and Cathy Fleischmann Jacci Geiger Judy and Steve Gerstenberger Lisa Hamm-Greenwalt Valerie Hampton Dorotha Hogue Gretchen Hollrah Cynthia Kahn Debbie Karrer Noreen Keleshian Alan and Karen Lenzi Scott and Juanita Lilley Sharon Linhart John Markovich Helen Salazar Martin and George Martin Lynda McNeive Louann Miller Susan Mohr and Kathy Machan Kristen Moracco Mary Lou and Scott Morgan Caitlin and Dan Murray Louis Sullivan Olmos Joan and Steven Ophaug Perry Peine Linda Peotter Amanda Porter and Ben Snider Celeste Quinones Martha Records and Richard Rinaldi William Rittner Alan and Emily Robinson Donor Advised Fund Sharon Rouse Anne and Frank Rowe Kathryn and Tim Ryan Desiree Sanchez Mary Jane Seefied Gretchen and Philip Seefried Sonora Entertainment Group Donna Sorensen and Vince Dean Nancy and Rod Steedman Kristen and Paul Tourangean Wells Fargo Then Winfield Family Julia Winger Sabrina Wright-Hobart

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Grand Reopening and Ribbon Cutting Event On September 16, 2015, we celebrated the grand opening and ribbon cutting for the new and expand-

ed Florence Crittenton Campus, surrounded by teen mothers and their children, and amazing community supporters.The renovation and expansion project was made possible by the 2012 DPS General Bond Program and the Florence Crittenton Services Building For Teen Family Success Capital Campaign. Special thanks to Denver Mayor Michael B. Hancock, Denver Public Schools Superintendent Tom Boasberg, DPS School Board Members, Denver Health Representatives, Florence Crittenton Services Board Members, and all of the other wonderful community supporters. As Mayor Hancock said, “this is the place where dreams come to be reborn!”

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Special Events: Cycles of Success Luncheon Florence Crittenton Services Ninth Annual Cycles of Success Luncheon, our largest annual fundraiser, hosted more than 600 guests at the Seawell Grand Ballroom to hear from two remarkable Florence Crittenton teen moms, Angelica and Jade, and keynote speaker, Judy Robles. Judy had her first child, Anthony, at age 16. He was born without a right leg, but persevered to become a NCAA Division I Champion Wrestler in 2011 at Arizona State University and a graduate with a bachelor’s degree in business communications. He received the Jim Valvano Award for Perseverance at the 2011 ESPY Awards. Judy is a mother of five, and earned her Bachelor’s degree in Communication at Arizona State University. She is pursuing her Master’s degree in Higher and Postsecondary Education at ASU. Thank you to everyone who attended the Luncheon – we hope you enjoyed it as much as we did. The Luncheon raised more than $190,000 to support our programs that educate, prepare, and empower teen mothers and their children.

SPONSORS Platinum ($10,000) DIRECTV

Gold ($5,000)

Anthem AON Baker Hostetler Diane Kane PCL Construction

Silver ($2,500)

Brownstein H  yatt Farber Schreck Colorado Business Bank

Delta Dental EKS&H First Western Financial KPMG Lockton Companies Telemundo Denver Glen Warren and Tami Paumier

Bronze ($1,500)

ACM LLC Harriet Aptekar Armstrong Teasdale Bank of the West Tom and Diane Barrett Black Hills Corporation Bella Calla (in-kind)

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CenturyLink Linda Clark Comdata Paula Connelly COPIC Craig Archibald Custom Design  Blinds, Shades & Shutters Davita D. A. Davidson & Co. Davita Denver Health Doug and Jenny Hock Helen Drexler EON Office Supply FirstBank GBSM GroundFloor Media Himmelman Construction

Hispanic Chamber of Commerce KFinancial Linhart PR Mark Major Lynda McNeive MHUW Dr. Alethia Morgan Proforma (in-kind) OZ Architecture Retirement Planning Services Rose Medical Center Anne Rowe Dr. Toni Simmons Cindy Sovine-Miller Syntrinsic Investment Counsel, LLC UMB Bank

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Special Events: Miles for Moms

Miles For Moms 5K Run/Walk is an annual, family friendly event that raises funds and awareness for

the programs and services provided to teen mothers and their children at Florence Crittenton Services. The 12th Annual Miles For Moms 5K Run/Walk presented by Rose Medical Center was held on Saturday, May 7, 2016 at Sloan’s Lake Park. More than 500 people donated, walked, and ran to support our efforts to educate, prepare, and empower teen mothers and their children. We look forward to the 13th Annual Miles For Moms 5K Run/Walk on October 14, 2017 at Sloan’s Lake Park – same great location, but a new date!

Presenting ($10,000+)

Rose Medical Center

Platinum ($9,999-$5,000)

PCL Construction Enterprises, Inc.

Silver ($2,499-$1,500)

Colorado Business Bank Delta Dental of Colorado

Bronze ($1,499-$700) Denver Health

SPONSORS FirstBank Zachry Engineering Corporation

Media Sponsors 95.7 The Party Telemundo KBNO

River Runners Rafting Starbucks The Kitchen TIGAR Gymnastics Vail Resorts White Fence Farm Wild Women Winery

In-Kind Donors

In-Kind Sponsors

AMC Theaters BolderBoulder Denver Beer Company Dish Network Johnson and Wales University Landmark Theater Painting with a Twist Princess Ever After

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Jimmy Johns Made in Nature Muscle Pharm Noosa Proforma

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Florence Crittenton services Achieves bipartisan legislative success!

In 2016, Florence Crittenton Services worked to modify the Colorado Child Care Assistance Program

(CCCAP), which provides low-income families with financial assistance for child care so they can get into the workforce, off government assistance, and on the path to self-sufficiency. CCCAP helps two generations break the cycle of poverty by giving parents the opportunity to get the education and training they need to find employment, while also providing access to an early childhood education for their children, setting them up for success in kindergarten. Prior to our efforts, most Colorado counties required teen mothers and domestic violence survivors to pursue child support against her baby’s biological father before she could access CCCAP assistance. This requirement was an insurmountable barrier, because many of teen mothers and domestic violence survivors had unstable living situations and lacked the skills and self-confidence necessary to comply. During the Colorado 2016 General Assembly, Florence Crittenton Services spearheaded efforts to propose HB 16-1227: “Colorado Child Care Assistance Program, Eligibility Criteria for Teen Parents and Domestic Violence Survivors.” Together with partners—Colorado Children’s Campaign, Mile High United Way, The Women’s Foundation of Colorado, Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence, several school districts including Denver, Greeley and Aurora, and members of the Teen Parent Collaborative— Florence Crittenton Services negotiated for months with county officials, human service providers, and state legislators to draft the bill. We are especially grateful to Representatives Daniel Kagan (D) and Brian Del Grosso (R), and to Senators Owen Hill (R) and Larry Crowder (R) who sponsored the bill and worked tirelessly for its success. As a result of these efforts, HB 16-1227 was co-sponsored by 58 legislators in a welcome demonstration of bipartisan cooperation, and 38 community organizations. HB 16-1227 passed the House and the Senate with 90 of 100 members voting yes. On May 19, 2016, Governor John Hickenlooper visited the Florence Crittenton Campus to sign HB 16-1227 into law and remove the child support requirement for teen parents and domestic abuse survivors. He was assisted two Early Childhood Education Center toddlers, Theo and Trinity, and one hundred community supporters. The occasion was a joyous and laughter-filled one celebrating this remarkable legislative accomplishment. As a result, teen parents across the state of Colorado who are working towards a high school diploma or other educational goals can access CCCAP support without first pursuing child support through the legal system. With CCCAP support, their children can obtain a quality early childhood education experience and become kindergarten-ready, and both mother and child can make education a priority to break the cycle of poverty. Jazell and Odaly, two graduating seniors at Florence Crittenton High School, gave inspirational speeches about the impact of the bill’s passage on them. Jazell enthusiastically told the gathered crowd, “because of our community and legislators voting and approving this bill, I feel so positive for the future of teen parents across the state.” Florence Crittenton Services Annual Report—July 1, 2015-June 30, 2016

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Holiday GIVING Project Every holiday season, Florence Crittenton Services to provide extra support to our teen mothers and

their children for Thanksgiving and the winter holidays.We provided each teen mom with a $50 gift card for a Thanksgiving meal for herself and her family, as well as holiday gifts for each teen mom, and gifts of diapers, toys, and clothing for each child.These gifts were made possible by generous contributions of money and inkind donations from numerous companies and individuals.We wrapped and distributed the gifts with the help of several volunteers, who made the task fun and joyful.Thank you to everyone who helped make the holiday season special for our teen mothers, their children, and their families. In addition, in December 2015, with the support of two generous donors, we provided each teen mother with a $100 gift card for extra food support during the winter break from school, which typically lasts 15+ days. During this time, our teen mothers and their children do not receive breakfast, lunch, and snack provided at school, and food insecurity is a reality. We were grateful to be able to provide them with this extra support beginning in FY16.

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Holiday GIVING and supplemental giving Supporters Florence Crittenton Services’ supplemental giving projects make the year a little brighter and easier

for the teen parents we serve and their families. Your generosity means so much. Supplemental projects during the FY 2016 include Holiday GIVING, Thanksgiving and Winter Break King Sooper gift cards, laptop distritubtion to the 2016 graduating class, and School Supply Drive.

Individuals

Kim Allbee Laura Barton Rebecca Belik Isabel Belliard Juan Botello Cathy Buhler Julie Charles Eben Clark Sarah Cox Sheri DiPaglia Sarah Drewlow Susanna Eckelberger Marc Flink Anna Gates Jerry Goedert Eileen Greenberg Katherine Henderson Susan Hills Patricia Hoeft Trudy Jagger Diane & Andrew Kane Paul Karlsgodt Meagan Kayl Linda Key Lynnell Kitzman Katie & Paul Knott Christopher Krajacic

Willem Le Roux Diane Mahoney Mark Major Jennifer Mandelson Rita Mann Donna Martie Elizabeth Mittelstaedt Jonathon Murphy Shauntae Murphy Dianna O'Neall Marjorie Parker John Pendleton Carolyn Perna Lora Ann & Kevin Perry Mary Price Birk Susan Quinn Eric Rioux Deborah Scallorn Allison Schovee Aaron Sisk Astrid Spies Michael Stiff Raymond Sutton Jodi Torpey Peter Van Genderen Irit Waldbaum Lyle Wallace Kathy Werner

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Carly West Frances Williams Dorothy Wilson

Organizations

ACM Baker & Hostetler LLP CBRE DIRECTV DPS Department of Transportation Enservco Corporation GroundFloor Media Heritage United Methodist Church King Soopers Lillis Foundation Linhart Public Relations National Labor Relations Board Region 27 Denver St. Andrew's Episcopal Church TD Ameritrade Trust Co The Denver Foundation Welborn Sullivan Meck & Tooley Xcel Energy Yanari Watson McGaughey, PC Zachry

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In-kind donors In addition to our large fundraising events, the School Supply Drive project contributes to the success

of our teen moms by providing them with the supplies they need to do well academically. In-kind donations throughout the year also help us stock our Baby Bucks and Green Garage stores with clothes, toys, diapers, wipes, and other parenting essentials. Thank you to all our donors and volunteers who helped to impact the lives of teen mothers and their children. Individuals Jasmine Alexander Alexis Anderson Lynette Badasarian Ellen Balaguer and Mark Chase Holly and John Bales Lori Barr Gary L. Basher Barb and Bryce Bathrid Sarita Behr Rebecca Belik Isabel Belliard Jeanne Benoit Anastasia Benrens Lynn E. Bishop Amanda Brannum Dan and Carley Brooks Trevor Brown Elizabeth Bruno Julie Charles Brooke Cheley-Klebe Karen and Raoul Clark Dori Claunch Ebony Cole Vince Dean Alexandra Del Rio Asusena Diaz-Nunez Juanita Dominguez Sarah and Michael Drewlow Julie Dunsmore Susanna and Dave Eckelberger David Eckelberger Annie Erb Shannon Fern Melanie Fontenot Julie Francis Kellyan Funk and Daniel J. Funk Andrea and Christopher Gatchis Andrea Geerdes and Matt Geerdes Michelle Gonzales Nilsa and Dave Guerrrero-Mahon

Mary Guisinger Kathy and Andy Henderson Rebekah Hevener Dayle Horvath Anthony Howze Kelly L ong Jackson and Christopher Jackson Joy and David Jensen David Jensen Meagan Kayl Michael and Yun Hui Kehoe Deborah Kennedy Katie and Paul Knott Judy and David Koff Tricia Lee Teresa and Michael Leede Siri Lowry Jamie and Francisco Lujan Heather Lurie Rachel Lyons and Kevin Bostick Karla and John Madurkay Mary Margraf John and Michala Markovich Carissa McCabe Paul Miklos Georgina Millan Stephanie Mitro Layne Montoya Heidi and Eric Morgan Shauntae Murphy Joan Neighbor Juan Noguera Katherine Olenberger Judith Ortiz Patti and Patrick Pathways Federico Pena Linda Peotter Debra J. Perry Ruth and John Probasco Jonathan A. Rains Grace Ramirez

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Amy Roscoe Kate Rosen Natalie Russo Alexandra M. Ryan Tessa Rybkowski Sally Sanchez Ingunn Smith Jamie Smith Donna Sorensen and Vince Dean Cindy Sovine-Miller Karen and Allan Spies Rose Marie Steele Marla Swanson America Y. Torres Kristen and Paul Tourangeau Donna and Robert Turgeon Jennifer Van Vorst Crystal Vega Stan Voth Jessica Warren Frances Williams Cara Young UnSuk Zucker

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In-kind donors Organizations 95.7 The Party Arapahoe Basin Ski Area Azucar Bakery Baker & Hostetler LLP BolderBOULDER, Inc. Canopy Airport Parking Cinema Latino The Craft Box Denver Beer Company Devil's Thumb Ranch Resport & Spa Executives Partnering to Invest in Children Fire on the Mountain Gigi's Cupcakes of Denver Girl Scout Troop #442 Girl Scout Troop #4534 Heritage United Methodist Church Holly Hocks Children's Boutique The International Gymnastics Academy of the Rockies Kaladi Coffee Kevin Taylor Restaurant The Kitchen KPMG LLP L Style Bar Landmark Theaters Left Hand Brewing Compnay Lillis Foundation

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Linhart Public Relations Macy's Made In Nature Mile High Diaper Bank Montessori School of Washington Park National Labor Relations Board - Region 27 Denver Natural Produce, LLC Noosa Yoghurt Painting with a Twist - Lakewood (Belmar) PCL Construction Enterprises Inc. Regis University River Bend Soap RiverRunners Shrine of St. Anne Catholic Church Slalom Consulting Soles4Souls St. Andrew's Episcopal Church Stir Cooking School TD Ameritrade Trust Co Temple Sinai Terminal Bar Tony P's Topgolf Centennial Westminster Presbyterian Church Wild Women Wine Yanari Watson McGaughey, PC

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Volunteers The work we do at Florence Crittenton Services would not be possible without our amazing volunteers! The list below reflects volunteer hours recorded. Individuals Jennifer Aguado Bria Anderson Madeline Antcliff Lauren Archuletta Kim Arnold Kim Artz Debbie Baker Mckinsie Barnes Aurora Barnes Felipe Bedon Christine Bedon Robert Beier Rhonda Bell Cheryl Black Emily Blackburn Tracey Blackford Meredith Blanchard Jennifer Bloom Heath Borer Danielle Bowker Erin Breit Tammy Brewer Bridget Brophy Christopher Brudzynski Pat Bullock Joy Burnside Ismael Calle Marie Cameron Lejon Carreon Andrea Casias Natalie Chairez Julie Charles Christina Chavez Sonia Chawla Rachel Chetham Pat Congleton Brooke Cordova Toni Cothran Allyson Crawford Anna Cutler Amanda Dalbey Vince Dean Hisam Derani Gabrielle Dexter Asmita Dhital

Sinai Herrera Dominguez Kelly Dungas Mallorie Edenfield Casey Edmondson Dimore Emma Pricela Erives Kaleb Essig Alma Farooque IIan Faucher Megan Fehr Fran Folin Angelina Francalancia Stephane Francoeur Robert Frederick Amy Gaines Janet Garcia Cynthia Gardenhire Caiti Glasgo Terry Godinez Tina Gonzales Scott Goossen Iesha Gosman Alexandria Grado Brooke Granville Suzanne Graves Valerie Greenhagen Jean Griswold Gonzalo Guerrero Camden Heck Caitlin Henkel Jasmine Hernandez Shani Hilliard Elizabeth Hinson Tonia Hobaugh-Toca Connie Hodge Janet Hoyt Haden Hutchinson Stephanie Jackson Matt Javernick Marianne Jeffrey Maryann Jennings Chad Jones Sherry Jones Dawn Kazeck Sherri Keegan Jane Kelley Joleen Khaski

Ashley Knight Monica Kopp Christopher Krajacic Amanda Kuker Lynn Larson Amy Lemon Shontel Lewis Janice Little Anne Litwinski Hillary Locke Star Lucero Peter Luong Crystal Lynch Tristan MaClean Sharon Madrid Kathy Maestas Nicole Magloire Rachel Mahrt Jennifer Mandelson Aspen Mankoowsky Jessica Martinez Kaaren Mathewson Michael Matney Courtney McCarter Erin McCloskey Maureen McGuire Nneka McPhee Mary Meggitt Olivia Mendoza Victorien Meray Stephanie Messick Claire Meyers Danielle Midgyett Krista Milland Amber Mitchell Elizabeth Mittelstaedt Jason Moore Emily Nordberg Chukwukpee Nzegwu Jennifer Olsenvich Jennifer O'Neil Ross O'Rourke Janice Ortega Giovanna Ortiz Lauren Ottinger Angela Pace Alex Parks Dorothy Patton

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Mandy Paul Jasa Perry Jessica Peters An Pham Beth Phillips Elizabeth Pincus Liz Pincus Josie Piper Lara Pomprowitz Araceli Pontoya Julie Price Emily Rado James Rado Kayla Rael Bea Raemdoncle Carly Rapp Jenna Rauasio Susan Renton Audra Ricke Dea Roark Morgan Roberts Yolanda Robles Ben Rodman Jessie Rodriguez Kristy Rooks Cherlyn Rosemey Sharon Rusin Jill Sanford Elise Schwartz JJudith Scott Julie Shannon Katie Shomin Yadhira Smith Bret Smith Krista Speicher Katie Spiers Leah Spilling Kristin Steedman Cathlyn Stone Laken Stratton Kirsten Swenson Frances Tafoya Melissa Taylor Jesse Temple-Trujillo Emily Thermos Scott Thompson Zoe Tomar Michael Toney

Shana Troyer Jessica Trujillo Marybell Trujillo Uriel Trujillo Donna Turgeon Debra Ureel Chelsea Vance Sydney VanderVelde Christina Varoz Maggie Vieira Danelle Vigil Nicole Villasenor Andrew Virgile Marissa Visconsi Tiffany Wallace Christine Ward Maryjo Warren Molly West Marie Whiteside Donna Widmaier Megan Wiebe Jacquelyn Williams Dorothy Wilson Elizabeth Windle Ashley Winegar Alison Wolfe Paige Woods Sydney Young Alice Zhao

Organizations DIRECTV Hope Community Church Junior League of Denver Mile High United Way Northwestern University Alternative Student Break Vanderbilt Alternative Spring Break Enservco

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Board of Directors and Staff Florence Crittenton Services is proud to recognize the board members and staff who have demonstrated an unyielding commitement to empowering struggling teen families to create multi-generational success and become productive members of the community during the 2015-2016 school year.

Florence Crittenton Services Board of Directors Akasha Absher Rebecca Alexander Harriet Moyer Aptekar Juan Botello Carri Clemens Steve Coffin Paula Connelly Andy Crain Kathleen English Jenna Espinoza

Nancy Faunce Harold Heuer Dr. Gizane Indart Hannah Jacobus Dr. Diane Kane Michael J. Kehoe Scott Lilley Mark Major John Markovich Stephanie McCay

Lynda McNeive Susan Mohr Dr. Alethia (Lee) Morgan Monique Price Caitlin Quander Dr. Toni Simmons Cindy Sovine-Miller Denise Trujillo-Brown

Florence Crittenton Services Staff Elyse Adlen Suzanne Banning Isabel Belliard Susan Brettell Brooke Cordova Marvink Correa C.C. Cram Lesley Del Rio Lynn Bolinske Dolven Susanna Beier Rakel Engelkens Megan Evans Rachel Fowler Allison Garcia Jessica Garcia Merandarain Garcia Maria Isaias Kathleen Isenhart Laurel Johnson Sherry Jones Barie Joy Andrew Kim Mark Lanning

Moriah Lee Brooke Liposchak Isabell Louser Maria Macias Sheila Mahony Brenda Martinez Anne H. McFeeters Alexis Montoya Ann Nagel Angela Negri Maria Olivas Cruz Pedraza Carisma Player Amanda Porter Roxana Recendiz Julia Reissner Kari Richter Laura Ripple Theresa Romero Maegan Singleton Theresa Smith Donica Snyder Nancy Steedman

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Desta Taye-Channell Geena Torti Tyler Tresch Justine Valdez Shauntal Van Dreel Rachel Wallace Christine Watkins Randi Wenberg Portia White Alana Zacharias

DPS Staff

DPS Staff Dr. Shirley A. Algiene Allison Beck Rebecca Carr Elizabeth Braxton Amelia Campos-García Laura Campos-García Brandy Chance Tami Chavez Ginia Coors Marvink Correa Castro

Nancy Holtgraves Betty Inhelder Trudy Jagger Joy Jensen Yadira Juarez Frank Knappe Mike Melosh Kelly Miller Dr. Pat Millmore Abby Templeton-Greene Joanna Vincenti Krista Weiss Lori Wheeler Courtney Perry-Smith Sarah Caulkins Tanaka Shipp Blanca Sierra Samuel Madrid Rebekah Hevener Kathy Choi

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Junior Board and Hispanic Advisory Council Junior Board Angela Aquino Lauren Archuletta Francine Benavidez Erin Breit Frances Gallegos Andrea Geerdes Valerie Greenhagen

Natalie Guard Ruthie Hubka Kathie Hubbell Vanessa Huerta Kelly Long Jackson Katie Knott Paul Knott

Ashley Peterson Julia Reissner Monica Riley David Roark Lydia Satcher Kristin Steedman

Hispanic Advisory Council Rowena Alegria Flor Alvidrez Lynn Archuleta Lauren Archuletta Barb Brohl Denise Brown Mirna Castro Angela Davidson Mariah Del Rio

Jenna Espinoza Perla Gheiler Victoria Gomez-Betancourt Vicky Herrera Dr. Gizane Indart Kathy Maestas Dominga Martinez Dr. Ruby Martinez Olivia Mendoza

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Bianca Muñoz Meshach Rhoades Lauretta Ruybal Helen Salazar-Martin Stephanie Salazar-Rodriguez Desirée Sanchez Amarilis Viera

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