2011 Community Report
BOARD MEMBERS To our Board of Directors - Thank you for your dedication! Bruce A. Luecke, Chair Nationwide Bank
Susan Fuller McDonough, Secretary Ohio Wesleyan University
T.J. Conger, Treasurer John Gerlach & Company LLP
John C. Hart, Immediate Past Chair U.S. Bank
Danielle Alexander Coldwell Banker King Thompson
Shelley A. Shively New Modeling LLC
Paul W. Bloomfield Kohr Royer Griffith, Inc.
Patricia J. Shorr Spectrum Capital
Kenneth R. Christopher Limited Brands
Noelle Sicuro Alliance Data
Stan E. Collins Columbus Board of Realtors
Stefanie Steward-Young Fifth Third Bank
Lynn M. Elliott Columbus Window Cleaning Co.
Stephen S. Wittmann The Wittmann Company
Michael Martin PNC Bank Mark C. McCullough American Electric Power Michael C. Mentel Solid Waste Authority of Central Ohio Thomas J. Oâ€™Hara, Jr. The Huntington National Bank Buffie R. McGee Patterson M3 & Associates Realty Carol Ludtke Prigan HER Real Living Amy D. Klaben President/CEO Homeport
What did 2011 mean to us? On the following pages, we highlight our work and the communities, neighborhoods, families, and lives we have touched this year. But what did this year mean to us as an organization? 2011 was a year of reflection. After providing 24 years of service to Central Ohio, we have many successes to celebrate and many lessons learned. Now is the time to look forward and solidify our vision for the future, where we close in on the gap of needed affordable housing and provide more families the tools they need to be successful.
In the belief that a decent and affordable home is the cornerstone of family life and a healthy community, Homeport provides quality affordable homes and services to low and moderate income households in Central Ohio. Through its activities, Homeport is a partner in building vibrant communities and enhancing the lives of its residents.
Our Homeport Programs are an integrated approach to providing homes that low and moderate income individuals and families can afford, as well as social services and education so that people can be successful right where they live.
Faces of Homeport staff and AmeriCorps members
HOMEPORT RENTAL LIVING Homeport Rental Living provides quality affordable and permanent housing opportunities for low and moderate income families. Our communities include 2,000 various types of apartments and single-family homes around Central Ohioâ€“so families have a choice of locations and school districts. In 2011, we added 23 new rental homes on the south side of Columbus and broke ground on 49 new rental homes, in addition to 66 units for seniors.
WHO ARE OUR RESIDENTS? 5,171 people, including 2,749 children live in our rental communities.
Typical family has between three and four family members, so we specialize in 3-4 bedroom homes.
1. Crespo family moves into one of the first 23 homes in Whittier Landing on the south side of Columbus. 2. and 3. Rebuilding the Linden area one home at a timeâ€“Duxberry Landing home before and after. 4. Elim Manor construction continues.
68% are single parent households.
Average resident income is between $7,500 and $27,000.
$ 51% of our residents live on less than $20,000/year.
HOMEPORT HOUSING ADVISORY CENTER Homeport Housing Advisory Center programs provide education and resources designed to create and sustain successful home owners and improve financial well-being in an environment where our clients feel safe and respected.
Our housing advisors spent 6 hours on average with a foreclosure prevention client.
HOW DO WE IMPACT OUR CLIENTS? Free one-on-one foreclosure prevention counseling in 2011 - 1,341 clients with an average of 6 hours of counseling per client
68% of Foreclosure Prevention clients we helped in 2007 are still in their homes.
OUR FREE PROGRAMS INCLUDE: Homebuyer Education (English and Spanish) Financial Fitness (English and Spanish) Credit and Budget Counseling Down Payment Assistance
Home Repair Workshops Foreclosure Prevention Virtual Foreclosure Prevention Mortgage Assistance
1. Client tells My Home attendees how the Homeport Housing Advisory Center helped his family. 2. Teen Financial Fitness graduates 3. Staff celebrates best Homebuyer Education Workshop in Ohio award.
Free Homebuyer Education and Financial Fitness workshops in 2011 - 633 graduates - 491 credit counseling sessions - 208 participants went on to purchase
Over 18,800 clients served since 2001 - 17,264 new inquiries for programs in 2011
HOMEPORT COMMUNITY LIFE PROGRAMS Homeport Community Life Programs connect residents with essential resources and social services, empowering them to build a sustainable home-life and sense of community. With the help of AmeriCorps members, staff, social workers, volunteers, and
HOW DO WE IMPACT OUR RESIDENTS? More than 1,400 service coordination visits linking residents with essential social services
Served 21,696 meals at free out-ofschool time and summer programs for children in seven communities
Multi-cultural service delivery partnerships
Resident leadership and community safety training opportunities
collaboration with other non-profit agencies, we are able to overcome barriers such as cost and lack of transportation. Success means families stay put, residents know their neighbors and children have consistent schooling and health care.
1. Teens from Marsh Run show off a bench they built themselves. 2. AmeriCorps members with participants from Marsh Runâ€™s Summer Camp. 3. Children from Georgeâ€™s Creek celebrated Halloween by painting pumpkins. 4. Children and AmeriCorps members from Emerald Glen Apartments take a break from learning about fire safety. 5. Framingham afterschool students show off their artwork.
Health fairs and job counseling School supply and holiday gift drives
Resident volunteer opportunities in their communities 68% of families in our communities are single parent.
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Find out more at www.homeportohio.org 1. My Home attendees enjoy lunch and a story about Homeport. 2. Johnny DiLoretto adds his description of “My Home” to the board at our 2011 Bringing People Home Celebration. 3. Volunteers take a break from our 2011 Back to School rallies. 4. Homeport employees get ready to
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VOLUNTEER: Share your time or talents with us
volunteer for Extreme Makeover: Home Edition in American Addition. 5. Volunteers pack and wrap presents for the Winter Wishes program. 6. Our volunteers, residents, and donors tell their story to attendees of the 2011 Bringing People Home Celebration.
HOMEPORT HOME OWNERSHIP Homeport Home Ownership is revitalizing Columbusâ€™ neighborhoods by working with existing residents and community leaders. We take two approaches. First, we provide new homes and renovations that blend durable construction, contemporary and sustainable design, and affordability in struggling
HOW DO WE IMPACT THE COMMUNITY? All new home owners must graduate from a Homebuyer Education class.
We offer opportunities to apply for down payment assistance programs.
Broke ground on 15 homes, including six homes in American Addition.
neighborhoods. Second, we save existing neighborhoods from blight by restoring a problem property in an otherwise stable neighborhood. This dual approach focused on collaboration keeps property values and community morale high.
Added nine homes in North of Broad with the NOBO on Long Condominiums.
1. Averette family moves into our 101st home sold. 2. Announcing completion of NOBO on Long Condos. 3. Construction underway in American Addition.
Appraisals for our North of Broad homes have consistently risen since the first home was built in 2006-despite the housing crisis!
101 homes sold in 8 years.
2011 SUPPORTERS We are so grateful for your financial support! Ailess LLC dba Dirty Frank’s Hot Dog Palace Danielle Alexander Matthew Allen Alliance Data American Electric Power Foundation Anonymous Arlene and Mike Armstrong David Arocho Bakery Gingham Bank of America Jill Beckett-Hill Paul W. Bloomfield Bike the C-bus Patrick Bonck Catherine Brady Shelee Brenneman Brook Development Company Corinne Cahill Cameron Mitchell Restaurants Ronald R. Casteel Deborah Champ Mr. and Mrs. Rick Chokreff Kenneth Christopher Citigroup City Barbeque City of Columbus Stan E. Collins Columbus Board of REALTORS Columbus Food Adventures Columbus Jewish Foundation Resident Services Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority Columbus Window Cleaning Co. Community Properties of Ohio Management Services Thomas J. Conger Corporation for National and Community Service Crabbe, Brown & James LLP Annie Crane Stephen Crane Cup O’Joe Robert A. Daines Dawson Resources Lauren Dilley Dine Originals Julie A. Dockter Jeffrey Dollin Donald W. & Nancy E. Kelley Family Fund of The Columbus Foundation Bruce Dooley Grant Douglass Eben Dowell Mary S. Duffey EMH&T Steve Edgar Lynn M. Elliott Carl English Anne Evans Hank Evans and Dorothy Cage
Enterprise Community Partners Fado Irish Pub Fannie Mae Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago Federal Home Loan Bank of Cincinnati Thomas Feusse Holly Field Jean Field –in memory of Irene Klaben Fifth Third Bank FirstMerit Bank Franklin County Board of Commissioners Michael and Barbara Folmer Franklin County Department of Job and Family Services Franklin County Economic Development and Planning Department Franklin County Treasurer Franklin Park Conservatory Garden Manor Barbara Gassin Sarah Gaylor Norman Gearhart Forrest Gibson Steven D. Gladman Global Gallery Isabel C. Giles Lawrence Goldbach Ted Griffin Grange Insurance Greater Columbus Arts Council John and Victoria Hart Hayden Family Gift Fund of the Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Heidelberg Distributors Steve Hevel – in memory of Ted Hevel Jeffrey Hullinger Hyde Park Ingram-White Castle Foundation Jack’s Appliances Liz Jaggers – In Memory of Beverly and Joe Jaggers Natalie M. James Jan Jedlinski Janis Jett Lisa M. Jolley Kim L. Jordan John Gerlach & Company JPMorgan Chase & Co. Dale and Christine Kaprosy Donald and Nancy Kelley KeyBank KeyBank Foundation Amy Klaben and Jordan Finegold William Kientz Greg Kiger Kara Kneidel Greg Koepel Nancy L. Kowalski Joe Kurzer Barbara B. Lach Robert Lazarus, Jr. Limited Brands Foundation
Bruce A. Luecke M/I Homes, Inc. Abigail Mack Michael Martin George Mattei Mark McCullough Bill McDonough Susan Fuller McDonough Michael C. Mentel Miles-McClellan Construction and Development Brenda Moncrief K.A. Morauski Trust Fund of the Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Mrs. Goodman’s Baking Co. Nationwide Nationwide Foundation NeighborWorks America New Modeling, Inc. Colleen O’Brien and Robert A. Clegg Thomas J. O’Hara, Jr. Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing / Community Properties of Ohio Ohio Commission on Service and Volunteerism Ohio Department of Development Ohio Housing Finance Agency Nancy Orosz Oswald Companies Otterbein College PNC Bank
I was introduced to Homeport through my work at Alliance Data, but as I got to know the organization, my wife and I became donors and ambassadors. - Hugh Hayden PNC Bank Foundation Nicole Papa Odegaard Paradies Shop Anna Pascale Lisa Patt-McDaniel Buffie R. Patterson Cassaundra Y. Patterson Pattycake Bakery John Peck, Esq. Tracy W. Peters Nancy Petro Jennifer Poklar Mary Ann A. Potter Lewis Joseph Powell and Andrea Krupman Carol Ludtke Prigan Red Mortgage Capital, LLC Chris and Dirk Reese Robert J. Weiler Family Fund of The Columbus Foundation Thomas Roch Rockford Homes John Rodrian Sandy Goldston Memorial Foundation of the Columbus Jewish Foundation Chip Santer
Arturo Serrano Lawrence D. Schaffer Robert H. Schottenstein Valorie Schwarzmann Donald B. Shackelford Robert Shamansky Shelley A. Shively Patricia J. Shorr Noelle Sicuro Harry Smallwood Haley Sowders Jo Anne St. Clair Starbucks Sandra Stayrook Steve Stein The Affordable Housing Trust Corporation The Casteel Company The Columbus Foundation The Columbus Foundation – A. Irene Emswiler Fund The Columbus Foundation – Concern For Others Fund The Columbus Foundation – Foundation for Active Living The Columbus Foundation – The Scotts Miracle-Gro Community Garden Academy The Housing Partnership Network The Huntington National Bank The Melting Pot The Robert Weiler Company The Wallick Companies Third Federal Savings & Loan TownHomes Management Company U. S. Bank U.S. Bank Foundation U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Neighborhood Partnership Center United Way of Central Ohio Vorys Sater Seymour & Pease, LLP Morgen Wade Alan Weiler Robert J. Weiler, Sr. and Missie Weiler Wells Fargo Kathy Werkmeister Todd White Stephen Wittmann World Financial Network National Bank Ray Prendeville Fund Kathryn Gibbons H. Kenneth and Susan J. Shumaker Jill Beckett-Hill Holly Field Craig Garno Amy Klaben Bruce Luecke Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Minerd Craig Murphy Gwyn Stetler Julie Wallick David Rawn
AARP A.S.S.E.T.S., The Breathing Program Action for Children African American Alzheimer’s Association Alvis House America’s Second Harvest Food Bank American Association of Service Coordinators American Diabetic Association Amethyst Asian American Community Services B.R.E.A.D. Bradford College CAPA COAAA COMPASS COWIC Canal Winchester Local Schools Capital University Care Source Central Community House Central Ohio Breathing Association Children’s Hunger Alliance Choices Church for All People City of Columbus City of Refuge Point of Impact CDC Clinton Township Board of Trustees Coldwell Banker King Thompson Columbus Apartment Association Columbus Board of Realtors Columbus Department of Recreation and Parks Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority Columbus Mortgage Bankers Association Columbus Neighborhood Pride Centers Columbus Public Health, Office of Minority Affairs Columbus City Public Schools Columbus Realtist Association
Columbus State Community College Columbus Urban League Community Development 4 All People Community Properties of Ohio Community Research Partners Community Shelter Board Consumer Credit Counseling Services Council of Jewish Women Dayspring Christian Community Development Corporation Directions for Youth and Families Dooley & Company Realtors Eastside Development Organization
Thank you partners! Eldon and Elsie Ward Family YMCA Environmental Management, Inc. Exit One Realty First Church of God First English Lutheran Church First Time Learners Franklin County Board of Health Franklin County Department of Economic Development and Planning Franklin County Senior Option Programs Franklinton Development Association CDC Franklin Park Conservatory Greater Hilltop Resource Center Greater Linden Development Corporation Grange Insurance
Guardian Angel Hands On Central Ohio Home Depot Homes on the Hill CDC Human Services Chamber of Franklin County I Know I Can IMPACT Community Action KMM Builders Keep Columbus Beautiful King Arts Complex Legal Aid Society of Columbus LifeCare Alliance Lincoln Theatre Association Long Lasting Community Development Association Long Street Business Association Lowe’s Home Improvement Lutheran Social Services of Central Ohio Maryhaven Mid-Ohio Food Bank Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission MiraCit Community Development Corporation Mommy and Me Mount Vernon AME Church Mt. Carmel Mobile Outreach National Church Residences National Community Land Trust Network Nationwide Children’s Hospital Neighborhood Design Center New Life Clothing Room New Salem Missionary Baptist Church NetCare, Southeast Noor Islamic Center North of Broad Residents Association Ohio Florists Association Ohio NeighborWorks Collaborative Olde South Side Community Partnership Otterbein University
Partners in Achieving Community Transformation Pickerington Local School District Planned Parenthood Public Utilities Realty Executive Decision Red Cross REMAX Impact REMAX Town Center REMAX Realty Rebuilding Together Tool Library Renaissance Community Development Corporation St. Stephen’s Community House Salvation Army, Gladden Save Our Homes Task Force Second Baptist Church Somali Bantu Cultural Integration and Mediation Center Somali Community Association of Central Ohio South Side Community Action Network South Side Settlement House South-Western City Schools Starr Commonwealth The Heart of Ohio Health Centers The Near East Area Commission The Ohio State University College of Social Work The Ohio State University Dental Clinic Tray Lee Community Center United Way of Central Ohio Women Respite YMCA of Central Ohio
2011 FINANCIAL STATEMENT Columbus Housing Partnership, Inc. For the Year Ending December 31, 2011 | Unaudited
Revenue and Support
Grants - Permanently Restricted Development Fees
Contributions and Pledges
Total Revenue and Support
Management & General Operating
Change in Net Assets (including one time extraordinary items)
Net Assets - Beginning of Year
Net Assets - End of Year
*Audited â€ Includes fees earned as a result of the appeal of real estate taxes
Grants..................................................... Development Fees................................. Contributions and Pledges..................... Rental and Other Revenue......................
65% 24% 8% 2%
Program Services.................................... Management & General Operating....... Fundraising.............................................
78% 21% 1%
WHERE DO HOMEPORT FAMILIES LIVE?
270 161 71 33
RESIDENT HIGHLIGHTS 5,171 people, including 2,749 children live in our rental communities. 178 homes are for seniors
68% are single parent households. Average resident income is between $7,500 and $27,000.
Homeport Family Density Rental Living
1-25 Families 26-38 Families 39-50 Families 51-100 Families 101-200 Families
562 East Main Street Columbus, OH 43215 614-221-8889 www.homeportohio.org
On the following pages, we highlight our work and the communities, neighborhoods, families, and lives we have touched this year. But what di...
Published on May 30, 2012
On the following pages, we highlight our work and the communities, neighborhoods, families, and lives we have touched this year. But what di...