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OUR MISSION In partnership with our families, break the cycle of childhood poverty.


THE HOMELESS PRENATAL PROGRAM (HPP)

believes every family

wants to deliver healthy babies and raise healthy children in a stable and nurturing home. Seizing the motivational opportunity created by pregnancy and parenthood, HPP partners with families to help them recognize their strengths and trust in their own capacity to transform their lives. At the heart of our program is non-judgmental, supportive case management provided by Family Case Managers, the majority of whom were once HPP clients themselves. As the first agency in San Francisco to hire and train former clients as employees, HPP is unique in that the community it serves has – from the organization’s earliest days – guided its growth and evolution.


DEAR FRIENDS: It is our great pleasure to present to you the Homeless Prenatal Program’s 2013-2014 Annual Report, marking our 25th year of service to the community. After 25 years of serving homeless and low-income families in San Francisco, we are as proud of the agency’s humble beginnings as we are of its evolution over the years. HPP first opened its doors in the closet of a homeless shelter located in San Francisco’s Haight-Ashbury district in 1989. With limited space, a staff of three and a modest budget of $52,000, the agency provided prenatal care and linked 72 homeless, expectant women to critical resources in its first year. Today, HPP is supported by a staff of 75 and more than 200 volunteers, with an operating budget of $5.8 million. We’ve come a long way. AND WE’RE NOT DONE. Last year, HPP delivered poverty-ending services to over 4,000 families, with 25% of new clients pregnant at intake and 80% listing the need for housing among reasons for initiating services. As the number of homeless families in San Francisco continues to rise, we are dedicated to supporting these families—those currently working with us to transform their lives, as well as those we have yet to meet. The last 25 years have been an incredible journey. Only with the combined efforts of countless dedicated individuals like you, has the success of HPP been possible. Looking to the future, we feel so much gratitude for your commitment to ending childhood poverty. It is because of you that HPP will continue to empower many poor and low-income families to improve their lives. On behalf of the agency and the families we serve, thank you.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS LINDA GRIFFITH, President SEPTEMBER JARRETT, Secretary RITA LOUH, Treasurer TOM COYNE BARBARA KIMPORT MARY E. JOHNSON DEBBIE LANDRES BARRY LIPMAN MARGARET LYNCH DANIEL MORENO CINDI NICOLAS

Warmest Regards,

DAVID PROWLER

&

CATHERINE STEFANI MARTHA RYAN, Founder & Executive Director


PROGRAMS & SERVICES

LAST FISCAL YEAR HPP SERVED 4,209 FAMILIES THROUGH THE FOLLOWING PROGRAMS AND SERVICES: CASE MANAGEMENT SERVICES Promoting family stability, these services provide ongoing support for individuals and families facing various challenges related to poverty. Last fiscal year, 3,016 families (72% of all HPP client families) participated in Case Management Services.


THE WELLNESS CENTER

MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES

The center offers free prenatal education classes, alternative health services, post-partum groups, child development services and other activities to over 500 women annually. Additionally, staff provides vital support to expecting mothers with higher risk pregnancies through the New Beginnings Program. Last fiscal year, there were 313 births. Of those with known birth outcomes (288), 92% were born at healthy weights and 99% were born drugfree. New Beginnings clients gave birth to 56 babies, 90% of whom were born at healthy weights and 95% of whom were born drug-free.

These services include on-site individual, couples, family and group therapy to HPP clients. Last fiscal year, 102 families received therapy from HPP therapists and an additional 43 received on-site parent/ child therapy services through the Child Trauma Research Project.

THE HOUSING ASSISTANCE PROGRAM The program provides limited, short-term financial assistance and workshops that help families obtain and retain safe and stable housing. Last year, HPP helped 417 families obtain or retain housing. Of the 328 families contacted at their 9-month anniversary of securing housing through the program, 306 (93%) remained stably housed. Additionally, 346 families attended Housing Workshops designed to educate clients on the housing search and application process.

COMMUNITY HEALTH WORKER (CHW) This training program prepares economically disadvantaged women and men for meaningful careers in community-based organizations. HPP celebrated the graduations of six women from the CHW program last year.

THE COMMUNITY TECHNOLOGY CENTER (CTC) The center offers clients access to and training in computer use, the Internet and other technology to assist with job and housing searches. Last fiscal year, 1,431 people visited the CTC. All visits involved employment and/ or housing searches.

THE FAMILY ECONOMIC SUCCESS PROGRAM

EMERGENCY SUPPORT OF BASIC NEEDS

The program offers free tax preparation services, education in the U.S. Tax Code, assistance with IRS initiated tax issues, and help with obtaining ITINs, as well as support in accessing public benefits. Last tax season, HPP helped clients file 1,232 returns. Total refunded amount was $2,151,609, with $819,744 in Earned Income Tax Credits.

HPP provides emergency support with food, clothing, diapers, baby and children’s items and hotel/ transportation vouchers in crisis situations. Last year, HPP distributed 309 emergency food bags (in addition to 50 tons of fresh produce in conjunction with the SF Food Bank), $11,201 in grocery vouchers, 125,020 diapers, more than $5,000 in transportation vouchers, 121 umbrella strollers and 152 car seats to families in need. Additionally, HPP’s Home Goods program distributed nearly $500,000 of in-kind household essentials (sheets, dishes, towels) to newly-housed families.

CHILDCARE CENTER HPP’s free, on-site Childcare Center provides quality childcare for children while their parents participate in services. Childcare staff works with parents to assess and encourage positive child development. Childcare staff also assists HPP clients with applications to the San Francisco Child Care Connection (SFC3) list for free high-quality preschools and subsidized day care. Last year, the Childcare Center saw 841 children through 2,759 visits

FIVE KEYS CHARTER SCHOOL The school now offers on-site education to help clients complete high school diplomas and GEDs. Over 40 students have enrolled and six have graduated.

We served 4,209 families


ENDING CHILD POVERTY NOW 1 IN 30 CHILDREN LIVING IN THE UNITED STATES IS HOMELESS


More than 50 years after President Lyndon B. Johnson announced the “War on Poverty”, 1 in 30 children living in the United States is homeless and nearly 1 in 4 under the age of three lives in poverty. In San Francisco, more than 15,000 adults or families are waitlisted for public housing and 13% of children under the age of 18 live under the federal poverty line. If the war is to be won, we still have a lot of work to do.

The difficulty of our task is compounded by the country’s increasingly tight social welfare budget. Since the 1980s, there have been cuts to food stamps, unemployment benefits, education aid and training and employment programs, even as unemployment grew and wages stagnated. The fraught economic climate in more recent years has further exacerbated the problem. Everywhere the public safety net is disappearing as the gap between the

very rich and very poor widens. This is especially true in San Francisco, where the cost of living is one of the highest in the nation. NOW MORE THAN EVER, FAMILIES LIVING ON THE ECONOMIC EDGE DEPEND ON ORGANIZATIONS LIKE HPP AND THE GENEROSITY OF DONORS. Mirroring several of the policy recommendations listed in a report titled “Ending Child Poverty Now” recently released by the Children’s Defense Fund, HPP’s life-changing programs and services invest in the long-term success of parents in order to break the intergenerational cycle of poverty and ensure the future success of children. Providing housing assistance, job training and income tax assistance, as well as case management for families facing various challenges, HPP is poised to bring hope to thousands of families as they work to transform their lives, for years to come.


THE PAST 25 YEARS HAVE BROUGHT MANY REMARKABLE ACCOMPLISHMENTS:

85,000

186 WOMEN

FAMILIES HAVE RECEIVED STABILITY AND SUPPORT PROVIDED BY HPP SINCE ITS FOUNDING IN 1989

HAVE PARTICIPATED IN THE COMMUNITY HEALTH WORKER (CHW) TRAINING PROGRAM

84%

OVER 4,000 BABIES HAVE BEEN BORN TO HPP CLIENTS

98.5%

3,475 FAMILIES HAVE BEEN HOUSED WITH HELP FROM HPP’S HOUSING ASSISTANCE PROGRAM SINCE 1992

91%

OF WHICH WERE BORN HEALTHY AND DRUG-FREE

HPP CLIENT DEMOGRAPHIC INFO:

$11,436

OF THOSE 156 GRADUATED

AND 142 OF THE GRADUATES FOUND JOBS WITHIN 30 DAYS

IS THE AVERAGE HPP CLIENT NET FAMILY INCOME

HPP Client Ethnic Breakdown 37% LATINO 31% AFRICAN AMERICAN

70%

50%

25%

OF CLIENT FAMILIES ARE WOMEN-LED HOUSEHOLDS

OF HPP CLIENTS ARE HOMELESS AT INTAKE (while 80% indicate the need for housing as a critical factor in seekinig HPP services)

ARE PREGNANT AT INTAKE

13% OTHER 9% MULTI-RACIAL 6% WHITE 4% ASIAN


EDUCATION: THE PATH FORWARD

Five Keys Charter School

Since its founding, education has been a crit-

shared its innovative model with select commu-

ical component of HPP’s work to break the

nity organizations. The school maintains five

cycle of childhood poverty. All the agency’s

“keys” can empower underserved populations:

programs—from prenatal classes to resume

education, employment, recovery, family and

writing workshops—have an educational

community. Through this partnership with

component. HPP em-

Five Keys, clients and

ployees, many of them

staff can work toward

former clients, are

high school diplomas

encouraged to pursue

and GEDs at HPP.

GEDs and higher

HPP has 40 students

education

through

enrolled—including

dedicated, paid edu-

two staff members!

cational leave. In fact,

Thus far, the agency

HPP Case Manager

celebrated the ac-

Ramona Shewl will

complishments of six

soon be earning her

graduates.

Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology from Argosy University.

VALEDICTORIAN OF HER CLASS, HPP CASE MANAGER, GUADELUPE TAYLOR

Among

them, Valedictorian of her class HPP Case Manager Guadelupe Taylor (pictured here). HPP is proud of its

HPP recently expanded its commitment to education by bringing

educational offerings and is honored to enact

Five Keys Charter School on-site three days

Five Keys’ mission daily, believing that by

a week. Five Keys Charter School began in

bettering oneself, one can better her family

the county jail system and after great success,

and her community.


MARTHA RYAN Honorary Scholar

If you ask HPP’s Martha Ryan, Founder and Executive Director of HPP, if her formative academic performance could portend this year’s significant scholastic awards and honors, she’ll laugh and then admit that she wasn’t the best student —which is exactly why this story is even more moving. This past year, Martha’s work in the community was met with not one, but two incredibly prestigious honors from two incredibly prestigious universities. First, Martha was awarded an honorary doctorate from the University of San Francisco—her alma matter. In conjunction with this award, she gave the commencement address to the School of Education and the School of Nursing, noting, “When I was younger, I thought working for social justice meant transporting your

life out of the comforts of home and into areas of extreme hardship. And indeed that experience was formative.

HOWEVER, PERHAPS WHAT I LEARNED MOST WAS THAT PEOPLE NEEDED HEALING EVERYWHERE. YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE ANYWHERE.” Martha also received the University of California San Francisco’s Medal Award, the institution’s highest honor, recognizing outstanding accomplishments that support the University’s mission to advance health worldwide. This incredible achievement was recognized at the school’s annual Founder’s Day Gala this past spring, which featured a video that acknowledges HPP as “a national example of how to re-build lives.”

Caps off to Dr. Ryan!


20

YEARS OF SERVICE

What makes HPP truly amazing is its staff, several of whom have been a part of the agency for most of the 25 years it has been in existence. Carla Roberts and Sonia Batres first came to HPP as clients more than 20 years ago. While these women come from very different places, their stories intersect at HPP where now, as Program Managers, they run programs they helped create. As a teen mom struggling with addiction in San Francisco, Carla still remembers looking up to the women who facilitated her support group at HPP. She says, “When I learned that they had overcome the same things I struggled with, I began to see that this addiction, this experience that caused me so much shame, actually made it possible for me to connect with other women.” For Sonia, an immigrant from El Salvador, it was holding her newborn daughter in her arms for the first time that led to her decision to set her life course in order to keep her daughter from experiencing the violence she had so often seen in both her country and family. She says, “I felt her little bunches of skin and I knew that I needed to change things so I applied to HPP to


“The way HPP believes in its staff is what I really hold dear to my heart.” Photos Left: Part of Facing Forward, a photography exhibit by Marsha Guggenheim featuring former and current CHWs.

CARLA

ROBER

do outreach. I was so surprised when they called to say I got the job.” At HPP, both Carla and Sonia found not only support, but opportunity. Both women were eventually hired as Community Health Workers (CHWs) and their experience as CHWs changed their lives forever. Carla says, “The way HPP believes in its staff is what I really hold dear to my heart. I could’ve just been a CHW, done outreach, but that chance took me from being a teen mom to being a college graduate. It took me from living in Section 8 housing to being a homeowner.” According to Sonia, HPP gave her “the opportunity to move forward, to become stable. I was even able to buy a house in San Francisco. It was a place for me to bring my family from El Salvador, and to raise my daughter in a different way.”

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After more than two decades with HPP, Carla and Sonia are flourishing. This June, Carla will earn her master’s degree in Social Work from Cal State East Bay, and Sonia recently celebrated 20 years with the support group for immigrants and survivors of domestic violence she started (the first of its kind at HPP). “We’ve shared births, graduations, illness and great loss, but we keep each other going. The group is a family, a true community,” she says. Most importantly, Carla and Sonia are proud of their work as mothers and professionals. As Carla puts it, “Thanks to HPP, Sonia and I are not only changing the future for our own children, we are reaching thousands of women and families across our community.”


STAFF: 3 PART-TIME LOCATION: HAMILTON FAMILY CENTER

BUDGET: $750K SERVED: 225 FAMILIES STAFF: 13

25 YEARS LOCATION: 995 MARKET ST.

FOCUS: FAMILY STABILITY, HOUSING, ON-SITE CHILDCARE, DRUG TREATMENT REFERRALS, CASE MANAGEMENT

2000

SERVED: 72 PREGNANT WOMEN

1995

BUDGET: FIRST YEAR $52K GRANT FROM TSFF

FOCUS: PRENATAL CARE AND PARENTING FOR WOMEN AND FAMILIES, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SERVICES, EMERGENCY SUPPORT FOR BASIC NEEDS

1995

1990

FOCUS: PRENATAL CARE FOR HOMELESS WOMEN, DELIVERING HEALTHY BABIES

BUDGET: $1.1 MILLION SERVED: 1,000+ FAMILIES, 143 FAMILIES/336 CHILDREN HOUSED STAFF: 24 LOCATION: 995 MARKET ST.

STABLE FAMILIES + HEALTHY COMMUNITIES


BUDGET: $5.2 MILLION SERVED: 3,600+ FAMILIES, 486 FAMILIES/826 CHILDREN HOUSED STAFF: 64, 50% FORMER CLIENTS LOCATION: 2500 18TH ST.

FOCUS: INCREASED FATHER INVOLVEMENT, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SUPPORT, IMMIGRATION AND LEGAL SERVICES, TRAUMA-INFORMED MENTAL HEALTHCARE, EXPANSION OF THE CHW TRAINING PROGRAM

2015

BUDGET: $2.5 MILLION SERVED: 2,000+ FAMILIES, 380 FAMILIES/772 CHILDREN HOUSED, 129 BABIES BORN STAFF: 43, 1/3RD FORMER CLIENTS LOCATION: MOVED TO 2500 18TH ST., HPP’S OWN BUILDING

2010

2005

FOCUS: ENDING FAMILY HOMELESSNESS, EDUCATION PROGRAMS, MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES, TECHNOLOGY TRAINING, TAX CLINIC

FOCUS: COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES TO ENSURE HEALTHY CHILDREN AND STABLE HOMES, CHILD DEVELOPMENT, WELLNESS PROGRAMS, VIOLENCE PREVENTION, PEER PARENT GROUPS, HOUSING

BUDGET: $6 MILLION SERVED: 4,475 FAMILIES, 1,873 FAMILIES ASSISTED WITH HOUSING, 147 FAMILIES RECEIVED THERAPY STAFF: 80, 50% FORMER CLIENTS LOCATION: OUR OWN HOME, THE LIPMAN FAMILY BUILDING


HONOREE GOLDEN GATE MOTHERS GROUP

HONOREE MARION LÓPEZ AND MARTHA RYAN

HPP’S 2ND ANNUAL LUNCHEON Moms Helping Moms After the immense success of the prior year’s event, HPP renewed its Annual Luncheon with a golden afternoon in the Fairmont Hotel’s Grand Ballroom. The Luncheon celebrated the philanthropic spirit of HPP’s extensive community of supporters. Golden Gate Mothers Group (GGMG), a group of over 4,500 San Francisco mothers, was honored with The Act of Kindness Award. Over the years, GGMG has proven to be an incredible partner to the agency, holding diaper and pajama drives, baking desserts for support groups, and donating gently-used baby items as their children grow out of them.


Marion Lopez received a Community Achievement Award for her outstanding accomplishments since her tenure as an HPP Community Health Worker. Marion was recognized for strength and transformation from homeless mother to homeowner. The event hosted over 300 guests, including city officials, donors, board members, volunteers and friends, and raised over $115,000 for HPP programs and services.

The audience was moved by Marion’s story of survival and personal triumph

SPONSORS HERO Barry & Marie Lipman

MENTOR

Marsha & Ralph Guggenheim

LEADER Robert & Cristina Morris

Robert Carrigan Rolland Ho & Rita Louh

ADVOCATE The O’Shea Foundation The San Francisco Giants

Barbara & David Kimport Betsy Bliss Elizabeth McCarthy Liz & Greg Vaughan Mary E. Rudden McKesson Foundation Peter & Shirley Welsh

2013 Luncheon Event Committee: Tamara Scheulov, Micah Bennett, Helen Hughes (Co-chair), Moira Kimball (Co-chair), Jenna McAnulty, Barbara Marre, Cathy Worner and Kate Pacoe. Not Pictured: Halle Cane, Helen Pollock, Joanne Dykema, Karen Hughes, Liz Vaughan, Mary E. Johnson, Mary E. Rudden, Rita O’Hara

FRIEND Brent & Mary Johnson Catherine Stefani & Chris Bankovitch Chloe’s Closet

David Prowler & Simone Perez Debbie Landres & Ethan Smith Eileen Ryan & John DeRocco Ellen H. Hauck & Markham H. Smith Ernst & Young Halle & Casey Cane Heidi Timken Jane & Bernard Von Bothmer Janet & William Jetton Kevin R. Gogin & David W. McPherson Law Offices of Stephen J. Gorski Margaret & Kevin Lynch Monica McGuire Mike & Peggy Torpey Pradeep Rao & Marguerite Manteau-Rao

Rick Mariano The Armin & Esther Hirsch Foundation The Kimball Family Trust The Lisa & John Pritzker Family Fund


2014 OUR HOUSE HONOREES LYCÉE FRANÇAIS DE SAN FRANCISCO. ILSOOK CACKS, FATIMA MOORE, BRUNO LE BRIZE, MARTHA RYAN, FRANCOISE GORFAIN, KAY RITTER, VERONIQUE BAUMBACH, SOPHIE JOHNSON, CARLA SIGNES

2014 OUR HOUSE EVENT COMMITTEE: NICOLE SAHF, ALEXIS BECHTOL (CO-CHAIR), SARA KASSABIAN, TAMARA SCHEULOV, MARGARET LYNCH, MEGGAN BECHTOL (CO-CHAIR), VICTORIA FIORE, MICAH BENNETT, SHARON BECHTOL, PRISCILA ALBRO. NOT PICTURED: DEBRA BAIDA, JENNIFER BOARD, HALLE CANE, ELIZABETH FRANCESCONI, MARY E. JOHNSON

Glitz & Glam at Our House HPP celebrated its 25th Anniversary of service to the community at its annual Our House benefit. In the spirit of the silver holiday, the agency threw its biggest event yet—set festively to the theme of “The Roaring 20’s”—on Saturday, May 31st. The evening included live music by local jazz ensemble The Klipptones, as well as catering by SF-based Straw Restaurant and desserts by Mission Minis. Over 500 friends of HPP joined in the festivities, raising $185,000 for the agency. The gala honored the faculty (led by Françoise Gorfain), parents and students of Lycée Français de San Francisco, who, for the last 15 years, have baked holiday pies and collected gifts for HPP clients. Their immense generosity has benefited families like Julianne and Seth Carus, who came to HPP homeless and pregnant. After finding temporary shelter, HPP was able to place the family in permanent housing and with the help of HPP’s Wellness Center, Julianne gave birth to a healthy, beautiful girl. SETH AND JULIANNE CARUS WITH THEIR DAUGHTER


SPONSORS CHANGEMAKER Lucy Jewett

Susan & Joseph Ryan

PARTNER The Conway Family Foundation Jimmy Zhu & Family

THE KLIPPTONES

CALLIE RICKEY AND NANCY DINGES DANCE THE NIGHT AWAY

PATRON Mildred & Jeff Crear Matthew Harrington Barry & Marie Lipman The Lisa & John Pritzker Family Fund Robert & Cristina Morris The O’Shea Foundation Liz & Greg Vaughan

BELIEVER Robert Carrigan Margaret & Kevin Lynch Daniel & Josephine Moreno Mary E. Rudden

ADVOCATE Kate Ames Farallone Pacific Insurance Steven & Vickie Mavromihalis Cindi & Loic Nicolas Eileen Ryan & John DeRocco Miguel & Briana Zelaya

FRIEND Thomas Ames Alice Ames Morison & Dr. Oakley Hewitt Kathy Bole & Paul Klingenstein Marilee Brooks Halle & Casey Cane David Chen Robert Elwell & Kayleigh Gaddor Beth & Gary Francesconi

Susan Gleckler & Richard LaMotte Linda Griffith & Paul Korntheuer Evelyn & Walter Haas, Jr. Fund Janet & William Jetton Mary & Brent Johnson Moira Kimball Barbara & David Kimport Luxor Cab Lycée Français de San Francisco Mary Anne McGuire-Hickey & John Hickey Mechanics Bank Nancy Murray & Jim Feuille Bill & Susan Oberndorf Foundation David Prowler & Simone Perez Quiltworks Collaborative Martha Ryan & Dan McDonald Maria & Michael O’Brien Rainbow Grocery Cooperative Frank & Linda Ryan Pat Salvaty San Francisco Federal Credit Union San Francisco Giants Grant Schettler Deborah Shaw Virginia Smyly Christopher Stoehr & Jacqueline Whang Roselyne Swig Elsie Talley Ann & Richard Ward Wu Yee Children’s Services


2014

STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES

REVENUES AND SUPPORT Foundation grants

1,076,144

Government contracts and grants

3,186,217

Contributions

624,917

Special event

305,043

Donated services and equipment

309,774

Other revenues

19,559

Interest and dividends

1,377

TOTAL UNRESTRICTED REVENUES

5,523,031

NET ASSETS RELEASED FROM RESTRICTIONS

875,858

TOTAL UNRESTRICTED REVENUES AND SUPPORT

6,398,889

EXPENSES Program services

4,983,880

General and administrative

627,914

Development

514,142

TOTAL EXPENSES

NET ASSETS, BEGINNING OF YEAR NET ASSETS, END OF YEAR

HPP Finance Director: BEVERLY ASHWORTH

6,125,936

5,322,629 5,101,905

Audit by: CLARIDAD & CROWE

The financial information shown here was derived from the HPP’s audited financial statements. Copies of the audited financial statements may be obtained by contacting HPP.


EXPENSES

SOURCES OF REVENUE Administration & Development

Foundations & Corporate Grants 31%

19%

81%

Programs

9%

50% 5%

Government Grants

Other Special Events Individual Contributions

5%


INDIVIDUAL DONORS

Thank you to our generous supporters for the following gifts made between July 1, 2013 and June 30, 2014. 100,000+

Anonymous (1)

50,000+

Barry & Marie Lipman Elizabeth McCarthy

25,000+

John & Tina Keker

15,000+

Anonymous Victoria Camelio & Michael Fisch Lucy Jewett James & June McCarthy Susan Sandler & Steve Phillips Mary E. Rudden

10,000+

Joseph Ansanelli & Kathryn Corro Pamela Farmer & Beverly Benson Mary Mead Robert & Cristina Morris Liz & Greg Vaughan

5,000+

Anonymous (2) Maureen Aggeler Gregory Baker The Boro Family Kimberly & Bruce Bochy Robert Carrigan Mildred & Jeff Crear James Fishkin & Shelley Fisher Fishkin Gary & Beth Francesconi Glenn & Krissy Gable Neil Grimmer & Tana Johnson Matthew B. Harrington Gina Kim David & Barbara Kimport Margaret & Kevin Lynch Daniel & Josephine Moreno Joseph & Susan Ryan Grace & Steven Voorhis

2,500+

Kate Ames Stefan & Kathryn Bewley Betsy Bliss & Dave Olson Deirdre Coyne Neil Gendel Linda Griffith & Paul Korntheuer Kristin Johnson Tim & Tricia Ryan Bridget Ryan & Dave Parker Eileen Ryan & John DeRocco Farrell Topham Peter & Shirley Welsh

1,000+

Anonymous (2) Richard Altig Thomas Ames Victoria Amini Simon Arias Beverly Ashworth Sharon & Tommy Bechtol Mark & Jacqueline Berkman Robin Boggs Bryan & Cara Bowers Bryan & Heather Branstetter Joanne Burik Halle & Casey Cane Pamela Chan & David Papandrew David Chen Ginny & Kit Colbert Nicanora & Carilu Contreras Briana J. Curran & Miguel Arthro Zelaya Tyler & Jane Dann Gina Davie Tenley Harrison Davis Annabelle Day Bethany Dioli Bob & Judith Duffy Jeannie Duisenberg & Rich Hlava Úlfar Erlingsson The Falvo Family Charitable Fund Robert Elwell &

Kayleigh Gaddor Tricia & Richard Gibbs Lee Heagerty & David Duncan Megan Himan & Jeffrey Freund Judy Hipskind A. James Isbester & April C. Gilbert Matt & Donna James Janet & William Jetton Mary & Brent Johnson Moira Kimball Hunter King Debbie Landres & Ethan Smith Andrew Larner Rachel Loyd John & Lorry Luikart David & Kristin MacKnight Zsofia & Srinivas Mannava Laura Martinez-Fonts Steven & Vickie Mavromihalis Brigid McCarthy & Dan Charles Monica E. McGuire Mary Anne McGuire-Hickey & John Hickey Brian & Susan McNamara Jessica & Jason Moment Peter Moylan Jeanne Myerson & John Cate Cindi & Loic Nicolas Susan & Bill Oberndorf Christopher O’Dell Teresa Olle & John Comerford James Park Betsy Pastor Neil & Karen Pinsky Janet Planells David Prowler & Simone Perez Allan Reiss & Lynne Huffman Sean Rhea & Lucy Almers Robin Rocha-Krill & Joan Rocha Robin & Robert Ryan Martha Ryan & Dan McDonald Katherine Ryan Amanda & Brian Sabean Alan Schaefer Grant Schettler Gretchen Sisson & Andrew McCollum

Susan & Laurence Snydal Van Swearingen Roselyne Swig Mary & Steven Swig Mike & Peggy Torpey Louis & Kimiko Vigden Jane & Bernard Von Bothmer Thurman & Eileen White Diane Wilsey H. Ward & Marian Wolff Kay Yatabe Marisa Yeh

500+

Anonymous (8) Laurie Aaronson Alice Ames Morison & Oakley Hewitt Carol Anderson & Stephanie Smith Karin Ashley & Daniel Roth Megan Bachmann Carolyn Bailey Catherine Stefani & Chris Bankovitch Judi Basolo Jeffrey Bluestone & Leah Rosenkrantz Bluestone Kathy Bole & Paul Klingenstein Robert Stoner & Randi Boorstein Marilee Brooks Ruth & Fred Brousseau Condon Brown & Karen Wright Paul Carella Charu Chundury Abigail Coburn Samuel Cohen Leigh Cooper Brett Critchlow Jeffrey Crooks Ginny Crow September Jarrett & Eric Cuneo Bob Cunico Abigail & Ross Davisson Anne Ryan & Thomas Degnan Paula Delehanty & Will Thoms

Jason Denizac Dagmar Dolby Colleen & Mike Driscoll David Dunham Linda Holbrook & J.M. Dusay Susan Fandel & Lynn Magnet Jennie & Konrad Feldman Brian Ferrall & Laurie Poston Howard Fine & Carol Mondry Fine Chandra & Bob Friese Gary Furney & Lisa Kakehashi Greg Galanos & Carole L’Abee Karen & Michael Gemmill Brenda Glover Kevin R. Gogin & David W. McPherson Roberta Goodman Gwyn Gordon & Damian Marhefka Steve Greer Kathryn & Matthew Gubiotti Marsha & Ralph Guggenheim Julie Anne Hamwood Ellen M. Hauck & Markham H. Smith MaryAnn M. Hauf Holly Moore Haynes Helen Hughes Lori Hutchison Lyn Isbell Marlene & Tom Johnson David Karp & Jan B. Postma Joan Kelleher Sarah Kilpatrick The Kingston Family Richard LaMotte & Susan Gleckler Debbie Lynch Lindsey Lyrenmann Michael & Jean Macia Patrick & Gwen Mahoney Maya Manian Rick Mariano & Katherine Feinstein Susan & Steven Masters Nelson & Alice Maxwell Nell & Bill McDonald Theresa McGarry

Names in teal indicate members of HPP’s monthly giving program, Invest in a Family. HPP makes every effort to ensure the accuracy of this list. If your name appears erroneously or you would prefer to have your name listed differently, please let us know.

Julie & Richard Mitra Nancy Murray & Jim Feuille Susan Nasca Eliza Nemser Maria & Michael O’Brien Robert Olson William & Carol Pollak Philip Prata Sara & Casey Prior Sharon Qin Pradeep Rao & Marguerite Manteau-Rao Bernard & Lorie Rice Lauren & Alex Rolfe Jackson Rose & Janie Kiser Rose Frank & Linda Ryan Jane Ryan Pat Salvaty Deborah Shaw Jennifer & John Sheldon Barbara Shipley & Paul Lamoreux Roger Smith Virginia Smyly Nancy Spencer Jane Stafford Phil Suh James Surace Elsie Talley Andrew Taylor Heidi Timken John C. Tolleson Dyann E. Tresenfeld John Urbanowicz Michael Vasu Teresa Villela & Alicia Fernandez Josh Walker & Il-Choo Chew Richard & Ann Ward Leslie Weissmalik Nathan White & Abby Cleghorn Glenn Williams Hayung Yoon Olivier Zyngier

250+

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Elli Abdoli Alice Abrams John Adcock Amy Allen Andrew Ames Rosemary Bacy Erin & Peter Badala Heather Barondess Michelle Baxter Gary Beuschel & John Kruse Kathy Block Janet Booth Sydnay & Edward Bowersox Debbie Byrne Corbett Campbell Christine Cantwell Anne Carter Benjamin Chambers Alec Chang Jean Chang Richard Correa Laura & Jefferey Critchfield Clara Daniels John & Diane David Irene Davidson Thomas & Stephen Thomas Joshlyn De Ala Rafa De La Guia Megan Louise Delehanty Jennifer Derringer Annette Kamahele Diamond Vince Draddy Martha J. Dunham Amie Eigner & Paul Luongo Galienne Eriksen Dan Bowersox & Yevgenia Fink Carol & Robert Gamble Ramsay Gamble Behnam & Ali Behnam Kevin Gilmore Jill Ginsberg & Louise Clark Tina Gutierrez Elizabeth & Ian Halifax Hali Hammer & Margy Hutchison Nicole & Patrick Hardy Stephanie Harrell Amy Harrison Ellen, Aaron & Zada Hathaway Joyce Hawkins David Heiden & Kathy Seligman Kristi Hirsch William & Caroline Hoekstra Mary Hones & Annie Fitzpatrick Madeline Howard Margaret Howe

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Myra Chow Frances Christie Avi Cieplinski Alana & Timothy Clark Cynthia Cleary Genevieve Coady Kristi Coale & Rich Register Jackie Coquia Edward Cohen & Kaht Dorward Jason Cohen Floyd Coleman Therese Connolly Maren Conway Randall Cook Nancy & David Coolidge Mrs. Michael Coonan Salena Copeland Joanne Cormican Larry Corridon Benjamin Corrie Joshua Cosentino Aaron Cox Mary Sue Coyne Lauren Crandall Michelle Crisafi Diana Crosby Michelle Crowe Timothy Cruise Andrew Culver Elana Allen Curry Ian Cutler Erica Dalager Madhavi Dandu Alexandra Danieli Cara & Kenneth Daniels Jane & Tyler Dann Christopher & Stephanie Dauer Kevin Davis Christa Davis Claire & James Davis Michele Davis Georgia de Anda Christopher DeJong Melodie Del Rio Brian & Mary Lee Delehanty Sandy Delehanty Liz DeLoach Max Demian Brenda Di Somma Emily Ann Dibert David Dickson Joseph Diecedue Miranda Dietz Danielle Dignan Amanda Dilley Nancy Dinges


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GOVERNMENT, FOUNDATION & CORPORATE DONORS

Thank you to our generous supporters for the following gifts made between July 1, 2013 and June 30, 2014. 1,000,000+ San Francisco Department of Human Services

250,000+ California Children & Families Commission San Francisco Department of Public Health, Community Behavioral Health Services Tipping Point Community

100,000+ Anonymous The Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation

75,000+ The California Wellness Foundation George F. Jewett Foundation Superior Drug Court of California, Drug Dependency Court

50,000+ Anonymous Bella Vista Foundation Commonweal Foundation Crescent Porter Hale Foundation Genentech Foundation Mimi & Peter Haas Fund

25,000+ American Income Life Insurance The Ceres Foundation Connecticut Street Foundation The David B. Gold Foundation

George H. Sandy Foundation Inner Spark Foundation Isabel Allende Foundation The San Francisco Foundation Sisters of St. Joseph HeathCare Foundation Top One Oil Products

15,000+ Anonymous Amici’s East Coast Pizzeria Adobe Foundation Google Community Grants Fund of Tides Foundation The Ludwig Family Foundation Mental Insight Foundation Mental Wellness Foundation The Morris Stulsaft Foundation The O’Reilly Foundation SanDisk Corporation Fund United Way of the Bay Area Wells Fargo William G. Gilmore Foundation

10,000+ The Conway Family Foundation Kalliopeia Foundation Nordstrom Oak Creek Foundation San Francisco Jobs Now

5,000+ Adobe Systems, Inc. Ashbury Children’s Foundation Bank of the West Charitable Investments

Bank of the West Employee Giving Program California HealthCare Foundation California Pacific Medical Center The Celebrate Foundation Google Matching Gifts Program Ho Family Foundation The Lisa & John Pritzker Family Fund McKesson Foundation The O’Shea Foundation Pacific Union International Community Fund Plum Organics The Swig Company TJX Foundation

2,500+ BAR Architects Beverly M. Folger Foundation The Handlery Foundation Harold L. Wyman Foundation Kaiser Permanente San Francisco Giants Theta Delta XI Zell Family Foundation

1,500+ Community Thrift Store Farallone Pacific Insurance Pacific Gas & Electric Company (PG&E) Peek Aren’t You Curious San Francisco Child Abuse Prevention Center San Francisco Federal Credit Union Wu Yee Children’s Services

1,000+ The Armin & Esther Hirsch Foundation Betty Lo Foundation Bi-Rite Market Charles Schwab Foundation Cisco Matching Gifts Program Falletti & Baldocchi Finer Foods Inc. Family HealthCare Network Gifts of Courage Google Matching Gifts Program Mechanics Bank Paragon Real Estate Group Tangram Community Giving Fund

500+ Chloe’s Closet Empire Elevator Co., Inc. Ernst & Young LLP Evelyn & Walter Haas Foundation First Mennonite Church of San Francisco glassybaby Gordon & Betty Moore Foundation Law Offices of Stephen J. Gorski Levi Strauss & Co Paxti’s Pizza QuiltWorks Cooperative Rainbow Grocery Cooperative Salesforce.com Foundation San Francisco Federal Credit Union Smart & Final Charitable Foundation The Swig Foundation Transport Workers Union Walter & Elise Haas, Jr. Fund


BECAUSE THEY GAVE

HPP WOULD NOT BE WHERE IT IS TODAY WERE IT NOT FOR THE GENEROSITY OF ITS DONORS, MANY OF WHOM HAVE SUPPORTED THE AGENCY SINCE ITS VERY BEGINNING. With their guidance and backing, HPP has grown to a nationally recognized leader, pioneering care for low-income families.

The San Francisco Foundation (TSFF) provided the seed funding to start the organization in 1989 with its very first grant of $52,000. The Foundation has sustained support over the years, including helping HPP secure its new home, The Lipman Family Building, in large part due to a generous legacy gift by Gilbert and Marie Mendenhall Cleasby, donors at the Foundation.

“WHERE THERE WERE OBSTACLES FOR WOMEN WHO WERE STRUGGLING, HOMELESS PRENATAL PROGRAM UNLEASHED OPPORTUNITY AND DREAMS FOR THE FUTURE,”

TSFF CEO Fred Blackwell & Martha Ryan

ranks among the nation’s largest community foundations in grantmaking and assets. With its family of donors committed to making the Bay Area the best it can be, the Foundation gives millions of dollars each year to foster stronger communities, respond to local needs and elevate public awareness.

Ron Tremblay, Jackie Anderson Downing, Donor Relations Officer at The San Francisco Foundation, and Cameo Jones, representing the Cleasby Family donation at HPP’s Unveiling of The Lipman Family Building

...said Fred Blackwell, CEO of The San Francisco Foundation. “Martha Ryan’s bold vision has ensured thousands of families the opportunity to build a good life. We are proud to be a spring board for Homeless Prenatal Program, and the generosity of the Bay Area that brings bold ideas like HPP to life.” Since 1948, The San Francisco Foundation has brought networks of philanthropists and civic leaders together to support and build on the strengths of the Bay Area community. The Foundation is a leader in local philanthropy and

ELIZABETH J. MCCARTHY A dedicated humanitarian, Elizabeth (Liz) J. McCarthy was the very first benefactor of the Homeless Prenatal Program. Liz has dedicated her life to making a difference for others. Passionate about politics, she marched against the Vietnam War and worked tirelessly in San Francisco alongside her late husband, former State Senator Robert I. McCarthy. After raising her family of 11 children, Liz graduated from UC Hastings College of the Law and later pursued her interest in painting. For years, Liz provided art instruction to HPP clients on a weekly basis. Due to her immense generosity, the agency’s art room is now named in memory of her daughter, Colleen McCarthy.


INVEST IN OUR FUTURE

BECOME A DONOR

MAKE A PLANNED GIFT

BECOME A VOLUNTEER

Contributions from individuals directly support HPP’s programming and services where the need is greatest. Make a one-time gift or join our monthly giving program, Invest in a Family.

Help ensure that HPP remains a critical resource for families in need by including the agency in your estate plans. Planned gifts made in wills, trusts and retirement plans help build HPP’s future, while providing donors with financial benefits and tax savings. If you choose to include HPP in your plans, please let us know so that we can express our gratitude.

HPP has a vibrant volunteer corps and a diversity of volunteer needs—from tutoring in our computer lab to doula support. Join the HPP family today and give back to your community!

HPP also accepts donations of new and gently used children’s and maternity clothes, strollers and car seats, as well as new diapers, baby food and formula. Additionally, HPP partners with CDS Car Service to help donors donate their car to benefit HPP.

OTHER WAYS TO GET INVOLVED

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Come to HPP for a site visit Attend our annual Our House gala or Luncheon Organize a diaper drive at your school or work Buy an item off of our AmazonSmile Wish List Nominate HPP for a grant or matching grant from your company Like HPP on Facebook and Twitter and/or sign up for our monthly newsletter!

For more information or to schedule a tour, visit WWW.HOMELESSPRENATAL.ORG


PHOTOS COURTESY OF: CHRISTINE ZONA PHOTOGRAPHY, PAGE 28 (MIDDLE), 29 (LEFT) DREW ALTIZER PHOTOGRAPHY, PAGES 14 (RIGHT), 16 (2015), 17-20, 28 (LEFT) GRAD IMAGES, PAGE 12 JOEY CHANDLER, PAGE 29 (MIDDLE) KERI VACA, SMALL MIRACLES PHOTOGRAPHY, PAGE 5 KEVIN KENDRICK PAGES 1-3, 10, BELOW, BACK COVER LISA STEPHEN PHOTOGRAPHY, PAGE 16 (2010) MARSHA GUGGENHEIM, PAGE 14 (LEFT) TALKING EYES MEDIA, PAGE 29 (RIGHT)

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HOMELESS PRENATAL PROGRAM

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