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IMPACT REPORT

Housing Hope

2019-2020


people participated in a Housing Hope program from July 2019 - July 2020

As a Housing Hope subsidiary, HopeWorks Social Enterprises’ mission is tocreate pathways to self-sufficiency through social enterprises that provide hope, empowerment, education and job training.

Housing Hope shall promote and provide affordable housing and tailored services to reduce homelessness and poverty for residents of Snohomish County and Camano Island.

OUR MISSION

2,425


656

46

adults received life skills education in the core areas of Housing Expertise, Financial Literacy, Health and Wellness, and Family Life through College of Hope

trainees participated in a job training program at HopeWorks Social Enterprises

HopeWorks Station North opened October 11, 2019.


FINANCIAL OVERVIEW | 2019-2020 *REVENUE: $13,684,385

13.6M

EXPENSES: $14,665,002

62%

84%

23%

12%

14.6M

15%

4%

$8,577,385

$12,378,866

$3,110,308

$1,732,046

$1,996,692

$554,090

EARNED INCOME CONTRIBUTIONS GRANTS & CONTRACTS

PROGRAM SERVICES MANAGEMENT & GENERAL FUNDRAISING

*Revenue totals do not reflect a $1.6 million PPP loan from the federal government. We expect this to be forgiven in FY21

40

40 parents and 39 children in the Teen and Young Parent program received affordable housing and support services

145 208

145 children and 144 parents/guardians from 102 families received child development services and parent support at Tomorrow’s Hope Child Development Center

208 individuals were served by a Child and Family Specialist, with a total of 2,786 intervention hours


SHANTE’S STORY A little background before I get into the wonders that Housing Hope has done for this recovering addict. My name is Shante’ Miller. I am a 38 year old New Orleans native. You may have also remembered, in opening, I mentioned I was a recovering addict. For over a decade I was addicted to opioids and stimulants. My native home became a den of toxicity and instability; it took me 12 years to get out of that chaos. Which brings me to the most positive and most difficult decision of my life. Relocating to Washington. When I got here, me and my daughter who was 2 at the time, I got connected with 211 and within 6 months I was accepted into a housing program. Little did I know, God and the universe opened the door that would be my first stepping stone to unlocking my full potential. Housing Hope. Housing Hope didn’t just give me stability, the program equipped me with the necessary resources to accomplish my goals and the skills to be a self-sufficient single mother. I was able to get information on the Innovations in Creating Access to Careers in Healthcare (I-CATCH) Program through the job readiness program, which I have now completed with a 3.95 GPA,

Associates Degree, SUD License, and Phi Theta Kappa member. I’ve gotten help through BFET for books for school, bill payment help, housing necessity vouchers, clothing vouchers, and job references.

College of Hope is another awesome part of the Housing Hope program. From cooking classes, to child development groups, Housing Hope was able to provide the wraparound services needed to gain a healthy and balanced life; accommodating the needs of the population they serve with respect, dignity and true care and guidance. There is also another important resource that the program provides, which is individual counseling if needed. I was able to connect with a mental health specialist through Housing Hope when I needed it the most. It’s not always easy to put your life together after being on the streets, or addicted to substances, with the stability


of housing alone. The services that Housing Hope provides are the full package. Without their generosity, I wouldn’t have had such a smooth transition from having nothing and trying to raise my child on my own, to having completed the program, having a bank account, completing my AA degree and currently pursuing my Bachelors, and walking in my purpose. I was given the time, attention, tools, opportunity, and support to shine. And that I did. One day at a time, piece by piece, goal after goal. Thanks to the all that Housing Hope had to offer. So I’d say reintroductions are in order. Hi, my name is Shante’ Miller, SUD, LMHC, Peer Support Coach, and one of Housing Hopes shining stars. I’m honored to be able to tell you my story of success.

LEADERSHIP STAFF

Fred Safstrom Chief Executive Officer Housing Hope & HopeWorks

Elizabeth Kohl Chief Operating Officer Housing Hope

BOARD OF DIRECTORS | HOUSING HOPE Alka Atal-Barrio, MD Aaron Adelstein Barb Yates Carol Jensen Chris Blakely Chris Gray Colm Boer Harold Dash, MD Jeff Capeloto, JD Jennifer Marvin

Kay Frederickson-Kolb Kirby Duncan Laura Brent Louise Stanton-Masten Nik Halladay Kristina Jorgensen Pat Sisneros Dr. Paul Pitre Tom Berquist Tony Balk

@housinghope @hopeworksocialenterprises

Renata Maybruck Chief Operating Officer HopeWorks

BOARD OF DIRECTORS | HOPEWORKS Glen Bachman John Chambers Kerri Lonergan-Dreke Laura Brent Lousie Stanton-Masten Mark Henning Paul Vexler

@housing_hope


CORPORATE PARTNERS PREMIER CORPORATE PARTNERS

We are grateful for the businesses and corporate foundations that support Housing Hope’s and HopeWorks’ missions with giving of $25,000 and more. †

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LEADERSHIP CORPORATE PARTNERS $10,000+ †*Dykeman Architects †*The Everett Clinic Foundation †Master Builders Association of King and Snohomish Counties †Pacific Crest Savings Bank †RealNetworks Foundation

†UBS †Union Bank Foundation †*US Bank Foundation †Wells Fargo Foundation †WSECU

COMMUNITY PARTNERS CHAMPION OF HOPE $5,000+ †Amerigroup †Anthem Foundation †AT&T †*Brent Planning Solutions †Crane Fund for Widows and Children †Communication Resources NW *Everett Office Furniture †Everett Youth Impact Fund - CFSC †Evergreen Health Monroe †*EverTrust Foundation *Foodservice Consultants Society

*GGLO †Group Health Foundation †Kirtley-Cole Associates †Koz Development †Harvest Foundation †Howarth Trust Fund †M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust †Margery M Jones Trust †Marysville Sunrise Rotary †Medina Foundation †Northwest Plus Credit Union

†Paul M. Anderson Foundation †Perigee Fund †Sisters of Providence *Snohomish County PUD †Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians †Skydive Snohomish *St John's Episcopal †United Way of Snohomish County *†Whitehorse Foundation †William & Barbara Savery DAF - CFSC

PATRONS OF HOPE $2,500 - 4,999 *Enterprise Community Investment *Everett Bone and Joint †Fluke †Finance of America Cares †Fred and Gretel Biel Charitable Trust †Goldfinch Brothers, Inc *Henry M. Jackson Foundation

†JPMorgan Chase †Kaiser Permanente †Kantor Taylor PC †Lord Hill Farms †Marysville Toyota †Mountain Pacific Bank †Our Saviour's Luthern-Stanwood

†Providence Health and Services †Rodland Toyota †South Everett Mukilteo Rotary Club †Stanwood Camano Area Foundation †William C. Butler and Eleanor E. Butler Trust - CFSC †Veca Electric

†Grants that supported Housing Hope. *Grants that supported HopeWorks Social Enterprises.


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