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Annual Report for Fiscal Year 2010 10/1/09 - 9/30/10 Dear Friends, Fiscal year 2010 held many wonderful moments. Five years in the making, the fundraising for the $5 million Building Hope Capital Campaign for the Independence Campus was completed this year! We held a ground breaking ceremony in April 2010 and expect all construction and renovations to be completed in early 2011. Although the economy during those five years was the worst in many years, our community came together to help us with this achievement, for which we are grateful. We plan to gather at the beautiful, newly-renovated campus to celebrate our grand opening in spring of 2011. In fiscal year 2010 we served 641 women and 266 children in shelter. We offered therapy to 302 women and 43 children. We also provided outreach services to over 10,000 clients. Our shelter numbers are down from previous years due to the closing of the shelter during the Independence shelter renovations. Once the shelter reopened we have been serving over capacity to address the increasing need. We were extremely excited to have had a successful year. We were able to continue to provide life saving services to those who sought assistance with us. In a year where many domestic violence programs in our country were forced to reduce services - or worse close their doors, we are fortunate to be able to continue to provide quality programming to those who need our services. Without your continued support and generosity, we couldn’t do what we do for the victims of domestic violence. For that, we remain immensely grateful. Mike Householder, Board Chairman Mary Anne Metheny, President & CEO

FY2010 Board of Directors

Mike Householder, Chairman J.E. Dunn Construction

Sara Welch, Vice Chairman

Stinson Morrison Hecker LLP

Melissa Bryan, Secretary Citigroup

Sal Montalbano, Treasurer

PriceWaterhouseCoopers

Roberta Abramson – Hallmark Amy Blunt – The Bespoke Group, Inc. Lisa Block – Community Volunteer Chuck Caisley – KCP&L Rod Crawford – E&J Gallo Winery Christine Ferguson – Sprint Deanna Graves – Community Volunteer Charlie Harris, Jr. – Seyferth Blumenthal & Harris, LLC Kelly Hooker – Commerce Bank Bill Moore – King Hershey Law Offices Jim Morgan – Fike Corporation Angela Nadler – Bryan Cave, LLP Kerry Oliver – CarterEnergy CiCi Rojas – Truman Medical Center Becky Sandring – The Calvin Group Gary Walker – Magic Touch Cleaning, Inc Makeba Williams Boatwright – Town Plaza Family Practice

FY2010 Advisory Board

Carol Sue Bass – Community Volunteer Jacqueline Clark - Ash Grove Cement Company Dick Doherty – Consultants Unlimited Colleen Foudree – Community Volunteer Daren Fristoe – The Fristoe Group Tom Holzbaur – Enpro-Tech J. Scott King – J. Scott King Law Offices Barbara Koirtyohann – Hallmark Tom Krewson – Comcast Phil LeVota – The Law Offices of Phil LeVota, LLC Carol Mays – Retired Missouri State Representative Judy Ness – Community Volunteer Barbara Potts – Retired Mayor, City of Independence Norm Swails – Community Volunteer Donna Watkins – WMW Keynote Consultants Lysle Weeks – Weeks Apartments Sally Winship – Community Volunteer


Fiscal Year 2010: October 1, 2009 through September 30, 2010 FY 2010 ACTUAL EXPENSES $3,676,332

FY 2010 ACTUAL REVENUE $7,035,615 INTEREST, INVESTMENT, & ENDOWMENT 1.13%

PROGRAM FEES 0.32%

UNITED WAY 3.22%

OTHER REVENUE 0.03% IN-KIND 1.30%

LOCAL GOVERNMENT GRANTS 9.12% STATE GRANTS 2.96%

DEPRECIATION 5.96% ANNUAL FUND CONTRIBUTIONS 17.77%

FUNDRAISING 16.90%

FEDERAL GRANTS 10.56%

SPECIAL EVENTS 5.03%

GENERAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE 9.40% PROGRAM SERVICES 67.74%

CAPITAL CAMPAIGN/CAPITAL PROJECTS 48.55%

Capital Campaign Expenses = $121,052.81

Capital Campaign Revenue = $3,391,605

SHELTER CLIENT SERVICES Shelter Intakes Women Children

641 266

Emergency Shelter Bednights Women 15,973 Children 9,404 Transitional Housing Bednights Women 2,747 Children 5,617 Combined Bednights Women Children

18,720 15,021

Hotline Calls

5,091

COMMUNITY PROGRAMS Volunteer Program Active volunteers Hours volunteered

385 14,176

Events Training on the issues of domestic violence. Audiences include volunteers, social service agency staff, law enforcement officers, nursing/med school students, and hospital staff. # of trainings # of people trained

174 3,829

Presentations Education on the issues of domestic violence and Hope House services. Audiences include youth, communities of faith, and service organizations. # of presentations # of people reached

19 578

OUTREACH CLIENT SERVICES Therapy Individual, group, and family therapy; individual substance abuse counseling and groups; therapy case management; and support groups. Women 302 Children 43 Men 0 Daycare

Children

106

Civil Legal Representation Civil cases opened by Hope House's contract attorney. Case types include orders of protection; dissolutions of marriage; paternity/custody; modifications of dissolution decrees; and consultation. Women 268 Men 10 Municipal Court Cases Criminal domestic violence cases in the cities of Independence, Lee's Summit, Blue Springs, Grandview, Raytown, Sugar Creek, Oak Grove, Grain Valley, and Buckner; and in Jackson County Ordinance Court. Women 4,682 Men 1,374 Full Order of Protection Court Petitioners assisted with full orders of protection in the Jackson County Courthouse Annex in Independence, MO. Women 2,558 Men 534 Police Revisits Visits by a Hope House court advocate and domestic violence investigator to the homes of victims who have been battered by persistent offenders or who have experienced escalating violence. Visits verify victims' safety, provide an opportunity to safety plan, and offer support and resources. Women 56 Men 1

Abuse Crisis Team Call-Outs Call-outs to the scene of domestic violence incidents involving persistent offenders. An on-call Hope House court advocate and on-call investigator respond to the scene to provide assistance to victims and work the case for state level prosecution. Women Men

9 0

Temporary Orders of Protection Assistance provided to victims with obtaining ex-partes and emergency ex-partes. Women 151 Men 5 Guardian Program A monitored exchange and supervised visitation center where custodial parents safely exchange children for visitation with their non-custodial parents. Children 53 Families 31 BridgeSPAN A hospital-based advocacy program that provides direct services to patients identified as victims of domestic violence, training for medical personnel, and protocol development at participating hospitals and clinics. Women 142 Men 4

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FY2010 Annual Report  

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