2012 COMMUNITY REPORT
BOARD MEMBERS To our Board of Directors - Thank you for your dedication! Bruce A. Luecke, Chair
Susan Fuller McDonough, Secretary
Thomas J. Oâ€™Hara Jr., Vice Chair
T.J. Conger, Treasurer
Michael C. Mentel
Kenneth R. Christopher
Dennis R. Mowrey
The Huntington National Bank
Coldwell Banker King Thompson Limited Brands
Stan E. Collins
Columbus Board of Realtors
Lynn M. Elliott
Columbus Window Cleaning Co.
John C. Hart, Immediate Past Chair U.S. Bank
Christy L. Hune Team Fishel
Ohio Wesleyan University
John Gerlach & Company LLP
Solid Waste Authority of Central Ohio
Sara Neikirk Volunteer
Patricia J. Shorr
Independent Marketing Professional
Stefanie Steward-Young Fifth Third Bank
Mark C. McCullough
American Electric Power
Buffie R. McGee Patterson M3 & Associates Realty
Amy D. Klaben President/CEO Homeport
VISION AND MISSION Vision: Every person lives in a vibrant community where they are empowered to dream and shape their future. Mission: To create and preserve healthy, stable, and affordable communities – one neighborhood, one person at a time.
We do this by: • Developing quality and energy efficient homes • Providing consistent and transformative education and services to address each resident’s unique barriers to, and opportunities for, success • Involving and empowering residents • Focusing on community revitalization • Creating strong and fruitful collaborations
OUR IMPACT Foreclosure clients in 07
Children performing at
Homes sold since 2004
still in homes in 2011
correct grade level
in Homeport’s Out-of-School Program in 2011 school year for reading and math. Total Assets
$196M $18.9M $6M
$12.9M Volunteers donated
hours in 2012
in hours in 2012
20 556 AmeriCorps Vista
*This includes all the companies and organizations we partner with to provide rental communities.
HBE graduates purchased Foreclosure avoidance
$16M in homes in 2012
$31M savings in 2012
Served more than
22700 clients since 2001
Service Coordination Leadership Institutes After school programs Summer Camps
2127 Referrals in 2012 Homes Sold
Value of homes sold
Equity gain of
$30K 2 over 8 years in NOBO being revitalized
2012 IN REVIEW
Homeport begins celebrating 25 years of Building Vibrant Communities
Strategic planning process begins
Eastway Village 202 development funded. Eastway Village Senior Community construction continues.
Homeport Home Ownership surpasses 100 homes sold.
Artist Reception with Bruce Robinson at Homeport Gallery
Five of six new homes at American Addition were sold upon completion
Homeport celebrates our volunteers. In 2012, 556 volunteers donated 12176 hours worth over $302,000 in time. To learn how you can volunteer at Homeport please visit homeportohio.org/get-involved/ or scan the QR code
Homeport, COSI and Kirwin Institute host diversity awareness training for non-profit housing providers.
Eastway Village 990 construction financing closed
Celebrating National AmeriCorps Week 2012
A few of our excited Homebuyer Education class graduates in the Housing Advisory Center.
Artist Reception with Antoinette Savage at Homeport Gallery
Supporting economic development in the KLD, Retune was launched with Los Potosinos and KLD Designs.
Duxberry Landing Phase II (26 homes) construction financing and equity closing
During 2012 our Housing Advisors met with 191 Bank of America customers to discuss loan modifications.
Duxberry Landing Phase I (9 homes) construction complete and leased up
Clients tell their story in our new MyHome video. Scan with QR reader to see the video. Thereâ€™s No Place Like Home event at Franklin Park Conservatory launches our new Community of Vision Giving Circle. AmeriCorps member, Sherrell Whitmire choreographed a dance routine that children from Georgeâ€™s Creek performed for our guests.
New partnership initiated with IMPACT Community Action
Summer FunCamp 2012 featured evidence-based Summer of Wonder curriculum
Partnership event with Wells-Fargo to streamline document processing for foreclosure prevention clients. So successful that Wells Fargo is expanding nationwide.
Elim Manor residents move in to our new 98 home senior community.
Kojo Kamau & Kevin D. Willis Columbus 2000 and beyond at the Homeport Gallery.
First Community Leadership Institute for the residents of our communities. The event was held at City of Columbus Far East Neighborhood Pride Center.
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Preliminary American Addition infrastructure improvements approved.
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Fifth Third Bank partnership to empower communities
Ceola D. Garrett Reflections at Homeport Gallery
Homeport Home Ownership rolls out new designs
Neighborhood Marketing Program evaluation of American Addition image begins in partnership with NeighborWorks America 10 Back to School rallies host 1,990 participants. Underwritten by
New partnership with Homes on the Hill CDC for Financial Fitness classes
Surpassed 50 partnerships with local social service agencies to reach our residents more effectively.
Elim Manor: Construction complete and fully leased up.
New mission and vision launched- check it out on page two. NoBo on Long Condominiums first homes sold
First phase of American Addition infrastructure redevelopment begins.
Closed Eastway Village 9% AHP/FHLB financing
Homeport celebrates 25 years of Building Vibrant Communities with over 500 guests at the new Hilton Columbus.
HONORING OUR FOUNDERS top row l-r Robert Schottenstein, M/I Homes Michael B. Coleman, Mayor of City of Columbus Mark McDermott, Enterprise Dr. C. Dexter Wise, Pastor
bottom row, l-r Robert J. Weiler, Sr., The Robert Weiler Company Max W. Holzer, Commercial One Realtors Douglas Kridler, The Columbus Foundation Stan Collins, Columbus Realtors Donald W. Kelley, DWK
Homeport Rental Living resident, Robert Fontaine, named a 2012 Dorothy Richardson Resident Leadership Awardee by NeighborWorks America.
Mike Fields, Stephen Pariser, & James E. Wright Jazz: An Improvisation at Homeport Gallery
Children from Homeport communities create artwork to celebrateThanksgiving
Residents at South of Main enter into contract for lease-option homes they have called home for 15 years.
Community Leadership Institute from Homeport participated in National Community Leadership Institute in Orlando, FL.
Army of 1000 campaign begins. Each person who makes a donation of $25 will move us closer to our goal of 1,000 members of our Army whose collective gifts will make a positive difference for the kids of Homeport
Scan with a QR reader to learn more
Eastway Village 202 property purchase completed
Duxberry Landing Phase II (26 homes) construction complete and leased up
Swarm by Laura Alexander at Homeport Gallery Visit homeportohio.org/gallery for a schedule of shows.
Affinity group development begins
25% of residents have lived with us for 5 or more years. 10% have lived with us for 10 years or more. Residents spend an average of
4.5 years in our apartments and single family homes, respectively.
$30,000 equity gain in 8 years at NOBO
Foreclosure avoidance was responsible for $31M savings in 2012
Home Buyer Education graduates purchased $16M in homes in 2012
Where 33 is Homeport making a 270 difference?
Over 500 families
live in our single family rental homes in the following ZIP codes throughout Columbus:
43068, 43110, 43123, 43201, 43203, 43204, 43205, 43206, 43207, 43211, 43215, 43219, 43223, 43224, 43228, 43232. 71
Let’s talk about impact: Hussein’s Story Staff and volunteers at Homeport’s rental communities shepherd youth towards growth, self-respect and a greater understanding of the world around them during out of school programming. Here is the story of one child in Emerald Glen’s summer day camp for kids aged 5-12. On the first day 5 year-old Hussein walked into our summer program, Chris, a Homeport volunteer thought to himself, “Now, here’s a kid that’s not ready for kindergarten.” When he first came into the program, Hussein was completely nonverbal, except for the ability to say his name. Whether he was too shy, or simply couldn’t speak, Chris couldn’t say. All he knew is that for Hussein, camp would be a difficult experience. 270
Throughout the summer, though, thanks to the guidance and encouragement of the counselors and supportive peers, Hussein began to come into his own. Soon, he was not only playing games and participating in daily activities, but he was talking! Over the course of eight weeks, Chris watched this shy, introverted little boy transform. When he walked out of our summer camp, Hussein was ready to take on kindergarten.
Homeport Family Density 70
1-25 Families 26-38 Families 39-50 Families 51-100 Families
We are so grateful for your financial support! ADS Alliance Data Systems, Inc. Ailess LLC Dba Dirty Frankâ€™s Hot Dog Palace The Albrecht Family Danielle Alexander American Electric Power Foundation Anonymous Arlene & Mike Armstrong Paul W. Bloomfield Roderick Blount Ken Blumenthal Meredith Blumenthal Alexandra Bohler Catherine Brady Shelee Brenneman Michael D. & Denise M. Brenner Stephen & Vicki Buchenroth CareWorks Neil Carron Central Community House Kenneth & Delphina Christopher Citigroup City of Columbus Brandi Clark Class of 2013 Leadership Columbus Stan Collins Columbia Gas of Ohio Columbus Board of REALTORSÂŽ Community Housing Network Thomas J. & Jill Conger Karen & William B. Conner Crabbe, Brown & James LLP Linda D. Craig Mary A. & Steve A. Craig Cramer & Associates Lauren Dilley Ellen & Gregory Earp Lynn Elliott EMH&T Enterprise Community Partners Hank Evans Fannie Mae Thomas Feusse Holly Field Jean Field Fifth Third Bank Linda Flickinger Franklin County Department of Job and Family Services Franklin County Economic Development and Planning Department
Cathy Garland Leslie Garnes Barbara Gassin Raymond & Christina George Isabel Giles Grange Insurance Maribeth Gray Greater Columbus Community Helping Hands, Inc. Green Meanie Chris Harper-Fahey Harry C. Moores Foundation John C. and Vicki Hart Brent Hatch Hayden Family Gift Fund Gloria Hendricks Carrie Hiatt Maude Hill Stephen D. & Lesley Holzer Judy Howson Scott Hoyer Anne Hudson The Huntington National Bank Gwendolen Jackson Liz Jaggers Orvell Johns Lisa M. & John D. Jolley JPMorgan Chase & Co. Dale Kaprosy Harold Keller KeyBank KeyBank Foundation Greg Kiger Amy Klaben & Jordan Finegold Andrew Klaben-Finegold Josh Klaben-Finegold Christopher Klemann Patrick Knecht Nancy Kowalski Myron Liebschutz Limited Brands Foundation Bruce & Mary Ann Luecke* M/I Homes Foundation Michael Martin George Mattei Aaron & Hilary McComb* Mark McCullough Susan Fuller & Bill McDonough Mark & Lisa F. McGatha MCR Services, Inc. Michael C. Mentel Miles-McClellan Construction and Development
Ruth Milligan Brenda Moncrief Craig F. & Ellen S. Murphy Nationwide Nationwide Foundation NeighborWorks America Sara Neikirk Shawn Nelson Gwen Newson NiSource Charitable Foundation David Norris Colleen O’Brien Robert A. Clegg Thomas J. O’Hara Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing Ohio Commission on Service and Volunteerism Ohio Department of Development Ohio Housing Finance Agency Nancy Orosz Oswald Companies Xenia Palus Linda Papa Nicole Papa Odegaard Brandon Pargeon Anna Pascale Buffie R. Patterson Cassaundra Patterson PNC Bank PNC Bank Foundation Joseph Powell Andrea Krupman Powell Carol Ludtke Prigan Adam Proehl Providence Community Housing Ellen Rapkin Duane G. Buck Dave & Maura Rawn Realtor MLS Red Mortgage Capital, LLC Rockford Homes Sandy Goldston Memorial Foundation of Columbus Jewish Foundation
Why we give - Hank and Dorothy We give to Homeport because of their demonstrated commitment to diversity and excellent service to low and moderate income families – giving them hope. With hope, anything is possible.
Lee Schott Valorie Schwarzmann Arturo Serrano Catherine Shively Sara Shively Shelley Shively Patricia J. Shorr Shremshock Architects Mary L. & Gerald S. Shremshock Noelle Sicuro Robert Smith Haley Sowders Starbucks Coffee Company Stephen D. & Patti Steinour Gwyn Stetler Stefanie Steward-Young Vicki and Richard Stoddard George Tabit & Suellen Bennett That Food Truck The Columbus Foundation The Housing Partnership Network The Housing Trust for Columbus and Franklin County Third Federal Savings and Loan Peter Tripp The Wallick Companies U.S. Bancorp Foundation U.S. Bank United Way of Central Ohio Morgen R. & Andy Wade Natalie Washington Kerry Wears Missy & Robert J. Weiler, Sr. Wells Fargo Todd & Lisa H. White Netta Whitman Stephen Wittmann Tonya & John C. Young *Community of Vision Giving Circle
2012 PARTNERSHIPS AARP A.S.S.E.T.S., The Breathing Program Action for Children African American Alzheimer’s and Wellness Association Africentric Personal Development Shop Alvis House America’s Second Harvest Food Bank American Association of Service Coordinators American Community Garden Association American Diabetes Association American Electric Power American Red Cross Amethyst Asha – Ray of Hope Asian American Community Services B.R.E.A.D. Big Brothers Big Sisters Bradford College Breathing Association CAPA CRIS (Community Refugee and Immigration Services) Canal Winchester Local Schools Capital University Capital University Law School Care Source Central Community House
Central Ohio Area Agency on Aging (COAAA) Central Ohio Breathing Association Central Ohio Furniture Bank Central Ohio Workforce Investment Corporation (COWIC) Children’s Defense Fund 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 City Public Schools Columbus Crew Columbus Department of Recreation and Parks Columbus Foundation Columbus Literacy Council Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority Columbus Metropolitan Library Columbus Mortgage Bankers Association Columbus Neighborhood Pride Centers Columbus Public Health, Office of Minority Affairs Columbus Realtist Association Columbus State Community College Columbus Urban League Community Development 4 All People
In partnership with leaders from Homeport’s Community Life Department in the opening months of 2013, Capital University’s Kids of Character: Teaching Tolerance Program has made an impact, both in the lives of children who reside in the Marsh Run Apartment Community and in the lives of the Capital student teachers leading the program.
This partnership of working with an established after school program permits Capital student teachers to help reinforce and extend the character education work that takes place in everyday interactions at a particular community site. It is a privilege and an honor to partner with Homeport’s Community Life Department, to impact the lives of children as we discover, accept, and embrace each others’ differences. Dr. Cheryl DoBroka, Associate Professor of Education, Capital University Program Director, Kids of Character: Teaching Tolerance
Community Properties of Ohio Community Research Partners Community Refugee and Immigration Services Community Shelter Board COMPASS, Broad Street Presbyterian Church Consumer Credit Counseling Services Council of Jewish Women Dayspring Christian Community Development Corporation Directions for Youth and Families Dooley & Company Realtors Dublin Furniture Bank Eastside Development Organization Economic Community Development Institute, ECDI Egner Construction Eldon and Elsie Ward Family YMCA Environmental Management, Inc. Exit One Realty First Church of God First Community Church, Heart to Heart Program First Congregational Church, Bethlehem on Broad First English Lutheran Church First Time Learners, Inc. Franklin County Board of Health Franklin County Department of Economic Development and Planning Franklin County Jobs and Family Services Franklin County Parks and Recreation Franklin County Senior Option Programs Franklin County Treasurer’s Office Franklinton Development Association CDC Franklin Park Conservatory Gladden Community House Grange Insurance Granger Greater Hilltop Resource Center Greater Linden Development Corporation Guardian Angel Hands On Central Ohio Harmony Project Home Depot Homeless Families Foundation Homes on the Hill CDC Howard Hanna - Nick Cook Human Services Chamber of Franklin County I Know I Can
IMPACT Community Action Ion, Inc Jewish Family Services JOIN JPMorgan Chase & Co.
KMM Builders Kelley Foundation Keep Columbus Beautiful King Arts Complex Knowlton School of Architecture Department of City and Regional Planning Learn 4 Life Legal Aid Society of Columbus LifeCare Alliance Lincoln Theatre Association Linden Mckinley PTO Long Lasting Community Development Association Long Street Businessmen’s Association Lowe’s Home Improvement Lutheran Social Services of Central Ohio MCR Construction Services Maryhaven Mental Health of America Messiah Lutheran Church, Jacob’s Coat Furniture Bank Mid-Ohio Food Bank Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission MiraCit Community Development Corporation Mommy and Me Mount Vernon AME Church Mt. Carmel Mobile Outreach Mt. Vernon District Improvement Association Muslim Family Services NAMI, Franklin County National Church Residences National Community Land Trust Network Nationwide Children’s Hospital Nationwide Children’s Hospital Center for Healing and Family Safety Neighborhood Design Center Neighborhood Services, Inc NeighborWorks NetCare, Southeast New Leaf Columbus New Life United Methodist Church Clothing Room New Salem Missionary Baptist Church Noor Islamic Center
North of Broad Residents Association OCCH Ohio Florists Association Ohio NeighborWorks Collaborative Ohio State University – Ceasefire Ohio State University – Office of Student Life, Multi-Cultural Center Ohio State University College of Social Work Ohio State University College of Education and Human Ecology Ohio State University Dental Clinic Olde South Side Community Partnership Otterbein University Pangea Partners in Achieving Community Transformation Pickerington Local School District Planned Parenthood of Central Ohio Public Utilities Commission Realty Executive Decision Red Cross RE/MAX Impact RE/MAX Metro Plus RE/MAX Town Center RE/MAX Realty Rebuilding Together Tool Library Renaissance Community
Huntington Bank shares Homeport’s commitment to providing affordable housing in central Ohio. Our partnership with Homeport is based on a shared vision of helping to keep our neighborhoods vibrant and our communities strong. Reggie Thomas Vice President at Huntington Bank
Development Corporation Rockford Homes ROX - Ruling our experiences. St. Stephen’s Community House Salvation Army of Central Ohio Salvation Army, Gladden Save Our Homes Task Force Second Baptist Church Somali Bantu Mediation and Integration Services SomaliCan Somali Community Association of Central Ohio South Side Community Action Network South-Western City Schools Starr Columbus The Heart of Ohio Health Centers The Near East Area Commission Tray Lee Community Center Townhomes Management United Way of Central Ohio Wallick Properties Weiler Family Women’s Respite – Women Affirming Women YMCA of Central Ohio YWCA
2012 FINANCIAL STATEMENT Columbus Housing Partnership, Inc. dba Homeport For the Year Ending December 31, 2012 | Audited
Revenue and Support
Grants - Restricted
Contributions and Pledges
Rental and Other Revenue
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
Grants................................................... Development Fees ............................... Contributions and Pledges .................. Rental and Other Revenue................... Interest Income ....................................
57% 24% 10% 9% <1%
Program Services.................................... Management & General Operating....... Fundraising.............................................
79% 18% 3%