Interfaith Community Services Impact Report 2022

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COMMUNITY SERVICES
INTERFAITH
Impact Report 2022
55,827 Individuals served $8.6 Million Financial assistance distributed 341 People engaged in Self-Sufficiency programs 56,896 Volunteer hours donated 4,494 Clients received Emergency Financial Assistance 120 Faith Community Partners 2.9 Million Pounds of food distributed FY22 AT A GLANCE Big Needs, Big Solutions 2

Dear Friends of ICS,

Almost 40 years ago, six faith communities in Tucson came together to serve people in need. Their budget for financial assistance was $500. In the past fiscal year the resulting organization, now 120 faith communities strong, gave out over $8.6 million in financial assistance.

The growth and direction of ICS are guided by a strategic plan created just before the COVID-19 pandemic began. While much in the world has changed in these few years, some of the goals in the strategic plan are even more timely today than when they were written. In fiscal year 2022, ICS made tremendous strides toward achieving them.

The first goal outlined in the strategic plan is to eliminate barriers that limit access to services. The Mobile Food Bank was launched mid-FY22 to serve Tucson’s food deserts. During the first four months of operation, 80% of the clients who used it had never been to a food bank before. The Northwest Food Bank is also able to serve more clients because of the drive-thru distribution model that was adopted permanently. We can now give more people more food in less time.

A major objective of the strategic plan is to transition people from crisis to stability

A new ICS Central Office was dedicated in FY22, becoming the hub for our selfsufficiency programs and the site of a second Workforce Development Center. With this new location, we not only took services into an area where many clients live, but also opened the door to expanding services to help seniors continue living independently at home, support job seekers searching for a living wage, guide families as they build financial independence, and serve single moms receiving invaluable training and education.

Thank you for supporting ICS as we continue to evolve and innovate to achieve these goals and others. Together, we are building a stronger community.

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Tom McKinney, CEO Interfaith Community Services Rhonda LEFT: Mobile Food Bank Assistant Brandon Miller (right) passes the keys to CEO Tom McKinney in preparation for Tom's first stint as driver of the Mobile Food Bank truck.

EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE

EMERGENCY FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

ICS assists individuals and families in crisis with Emergency Financial Assistance (EFA) to meet acute basic needs. These include: Rent and mortgage payments to prevent eviction

Utility payments to prevent loss of service

• Emergency prescription medications

• Food and gas vouchers or bus passes

• Back-to-work expenses such as permits, IDs, and uniforms

$8.6 Million in FY22

more than double the FY21 amount

These supports, along with short-term case management, help individuals and families get back on their feet and take steps toward stability and independence.

EMERGENCY FOOD

ICS food banks are the second largest provider of emergency food in Southern Arizona. Working in partnership with the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona, ICS distributes thousands of emergency food boxes each month to low-income seniors, individuals and families in need. Registered households can receive monthly food allotments containing Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP) items.

Supplemental food from community food drives and individual donations is also distributed, ensuring that no one who comes to a food bank walks away empty handed.

Free Produce Giveaways, held November–May distribute hundreds of thousands of pounds of rescued produce.

FOOD BANK FACTS

July 1, 2021 – June 30, 2022

Served 16,049 households made up of 49,743 individuals.

Over 2.9 million pounds of food distributed.

Of that, 1.6 million pounds were meat, produce, dairy, and fresh baked goods.

More than 1.3 million pounds of non-perishable food items distributed.

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Case Manager Vivian Escobar collects documentation from an EFA client.

Mobile Food Bank Makes its Debut

The Mobile Food Bank hit the road in FY22, removing barriers to service with weekly stops in areas where the need is greatest.

Years of planning went into the launch of this new service. Supply chain disruptions delayed the building of the custom refrigerated truck with roll-up side doors and a retractable awning, but it was finally delivered in Fall 2021.

The goal is to give clients food assistance without the need to travel all day by foot, bicycle, or public transportation to pick up their allotment. Some who were unable to travel at all have gotten help for the first time because of the Mobile Food Bank.

The truck begins each day at the ICS Eastside location on the campus of New Spirit Lutheran Church. There, volunteers and staff prep, pack, and load the food. A regular route takes the truck weekly to four host sites: Connection Pointe Church (4314 N. Romero Rd.), Rincon Congregational UCC (122 N. Craycroft Rd.), New Spirit Lutheran Church (8701 E. Old Spanish Trail), and Unleashed Christian Church (265 W Valencia Rd). Vida Nueva Church of God (330 W Nebraska St) is visited monthly.

Volunteers from each of the host churches are on hand to direct cars through the pick-up line and load boxes and bags of food into open trunks. A drive-through model at all sites allows for faster service and a socially distanced experience.

IMAGE: The Mobile Food Bank prepares to serve clients at Rincon Congregational UCC, March 2022 .

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SELF-SUFFICIENCY PROGRAMS

Building a Sustainable Life

WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT

Expert staff and volunteers work one-on-one with clients through every step of the job search process.

SINGLE MOM SCHOLARS

A program providing financial assistance, practical services, and a peer community for scholars and their children as the women earn college degrees leading to better jobs.

RESET

A program to help navigate people from poverty to self-sufficiency with guidance, life skills, and support for 12-24 months.

Self-Sufficiency is growing!

SUCCESS STORY: AUQAE GRANT

GETTING AHEAD

A 16-week, 50 hour program to explore solutions and build resources leading to financial stability.

BRIDGES FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

A 10-week course in which participants work with mentors and financial experts to create their financial future story.

VITA TAX ASSISTANCE

ICS hosts this United Way program providing free tax preparation for people with low to moderate incomes, ensuring they get the full tax refund for which they qualify.

ICS programs link together to offer more than short-term help. We work with clients to build long-range solutions that take individuals and families from crisis to sustainability. 341 served in FY22 233 served in FY21

Auqae Grant came to Tucson to create a new life for herself and her three sons. She started going to school and was ready to reestablish her catering business— and then the COVID-19 pandemic hit. Auqae had left everything behind and knew no one in Tucson, so she searched for assistance. While picking up a food box from ICS she was given a pamphlet about selfsufficiency programs. She applied to the Single Mom Scholars program and was accepted.

The family's lives were changed forever. In 2022 Auqae earned an Associates Degree in Business Administration, and immediately began working toward a Bachelors Degree. She is running her catering business, Mo Byte Southern Style Home Cooking, and setting her sons on a path to attend college by modeling for them the life she wants them to have.

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ICS Central Office Opens in Midtown

ICS took an important step forward with the opening of a fourth location—the Central Office at 122 N. Craycroft Road, on the campus of Rincon Congregational United Church of Christ. This midtown location brings ICS services to a previously under-served area where many clients live.

ICS has had a long relationship with Rincon Congregational UCC. The generous congregation is focused on proactively giving to the community.

Beth Shelby, representative for the church, expressed their excitement at sharing their campus with ICS: “We have long supported the goals of ICS and support for the vulnerable. We now see more opportunity to strengthen that relationship and to partner in service to the community. Through volunteer opportunities and future collaboration, we will seek ways to be ‘God’s heart and hands in action.’”

The Central Office opened gradually, with Self-Sufficiency programs staff and Emergency Financial Assistance case managers moving from other ICS locations into their new offices. The site then became a weekly stop for the Mobile Food Bank. Finally, a new Workforce Development Center opened at the location to serve job seekers in central Tucson.

IMAGE: The dedication of the ICS Central Office took place on January 20, 2022.

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CAREGIVING & SENIOR SERVICES

ICS offers a variety of caregiving services that allow older adults and disabled or convalescing adults to live independently in their own homes, without the need for institutional care.

ICS volunteers provide essential support services that allow for this independence, while also providing social contact that helps keep recipients healthy and connected.

TRANSPORTATION

Rides to medical appointments, pharmacy, bank, post office, grocery store and more. When clients are homebound, volunteers do the shopping with provided lists.

HOME REPAIR / YARD WORK

The Handy Helpers and other volunteers do minor home repairs or yard work such as weeding and pruning.

BUSINESS HELP

Help to sort and read mail, assist with paying bills, balance a checkbook, organize personal papers, or transcribe letters.

TELECARE

Daily phone calls each morning to check on recipients' welfare and safety.

FRIENDLY PHONING

Phone calls providing friendly conversation for those with limited friends, family, or social interactions.

FRIENDLY VISITING

In-person visits for conversation and social interaction. Visits might include activities like reading aloud or playing cards or other games.

COMPANION SITTING

A volunteer keeps company with a recipient who can't safely be left home alone so the primary caregiver can run errands or take time for themselves for a few hours.

1,249 Caregiving Clients

living more independently with ICS support

Anne (left) is unable to drive. ICS volunteers drive her to medical appointments and take her to the grocery store to shop. Because of this assistance, Anne can continue living independently in her home.

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Mobile Meals

ICS Mobile Meals volunteers deliver fresh, nutritious meals each weekday to older, disabled, or convalescing adults who can't cook for themselves.

Participants can opt to receive one or two meals per day, customized to meet their health needs. Our partner kitchens prepare the meals according to doctor-prescribed diets such as low salt, diabetic, and glutenfree. The meals are very important in maintaining our participants’ health.

The food is delivered mid-day by friendly, caring volunteers who are more than just delivery drivers. Daily visits from volunteers help participants avoid loneliness and isolation. The trained volunteers are also able to observe the overall wellbeing of the people they visit and alert ICS staff of concerns and issues that need to be addressed.

SUCCESS STORY: BETTER FOOD, BETTER HEALTH

The husband of a Mobile Meals recipient called to tell us how happy they are with the special diet meals that are provided by ICS. Since beginning the Mobile Meals program, the client has lost 40 pounds and reduced her kidney disease from stage IV to stage III. Both husband and wife thanked ICS and GAP Kitchen, which prepares the meals.

210 People

received daily or weekly meal deliveries in FY22

–Bryan (receives weekly delivery of frozen meals)

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"10 meals have been delivered, I have eaten 6 of them. I like everything about them: size, variety, ease of preparation. The delivery ladies are kind and polite. THANK YOU!!!"
ICS volunteer Kelly Kline picks up hot meals for delivery.

COMMUNITY HEALTH OUTREACH

Mental and emotional well-being are important components of self-sufficiency. ICS focuses on community health outreach to cultivate healthy communities and limit isolation. We offer a suite of learning opportunities that address difficult subjects like mental health and the end of life. Courses and workshops are offered online, in ICS offices, and in partner locations throughout the community.

HONORING OUR LIVES

A program to prepare people of all life stages and cultures for the end of life with advance care planning. ICS is a member of the Arizona End of Life Care Partnership, committed to helping everyone embrace dying and death as part of life.

HEALTH EDUCATION OUTREACH

Mental Health First Aid

An 8-hour course that teaches participants how to identify, understand and respond to signs of mental illness and substance use.

A Mental Health Discussion Facts and recommendations for seeking and providing help for those who are suffering from mental unwellness.

Compassionate Care with Healthy Boundaries

How to give care while setting secure, healthy boundaries.

Compassion Fatigue – Caring on Empty

Helping participants to take care of themselves when they are responsible for the care of others.

Depression & Anxiety in the Elderly

Identifies the signs and symptoms of depression and anxiety that might be exhibited in the elderly.

Let’s Talk – Effective Communication

Various communication and listening styles, overcoming communication barriers, and body language and nonverbal communication.

Communicating with Difficult People and De-Escalating Difficult Situations

How to calm an angry person and remain calm yourself.

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A Year of Service and Success at ICS

JULY 2021

Peanut Butter Party

ICS faith community partners collected 11,402 jars during this month-long food drive. St. Mark’s United Methodist Church collected the most jars total with 1,851. Congregation M’kor Hayim collected the most per capita—7.5 jars per member.

SEPTEMBER

9/11 Day of Service Diaper and Wipes Drive

September 11, 2021

Led by AmeriCorps Seniors volunteers, ICS set a goal to collect 911 pounds of diapers and 911 pounds of wipes to distribute in the ICS Food Bank. The day far exceeded expectations—more than 3,000 pounds of diapers and wipes were collected!

OCTOBER

Bag-A-Thon Food Drive

More than 40,000 pounds of food were collected throughout the month of October. Participants included Edward Jones offices, Sunshine School, Scout Troop 211, Scout Pack 747, Cub Scouts P303, Casas Church, and individual donors from the community.

NOVEMBER–DECEMBER

Gifts of Love

November 1 – December 17, 2021

With the help of faith community partners and individual donors, ICS distributed gifts to 700 children, teens, and seniors for the December holidays.

JANUARY 2022

MLK Day of Service

January 17, 2022

ICS participated in this national service effort with two projects. Volunteers collected hygiene items and assembled 600 hygiene kits for the homeless. A roadway cleanup effort collected 22 bags of garbage near the ICS Northwest and Central offices.

FEBRUARY

Lotsa Pasta Food Drive

ICS enlisted faith community partners to collect 5,000 1-lb packages of spaghetti/ pasta and 5,000 cans of pasta sauce. Both goals were met. The winners: Casas Church brought in 1225 packages of pasta and 1082 cans of sauce. Rincon Congregational Church United Church of Christ collected the most per capita—4.5 items per member.

MARCH

Empty Bowls

March 5, 2022

ICS's biggest annual fundraiser was held at the Tucson Chinese Cultural Center. Thanks to the support of local potters who donated hundreds of handmade bowls and restaurants that provided soups, breads and desserts, the event brought in a recordsetting $145,000.

APRIL VITA Tax Filing Assistance

From January through Tax Day, United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona provided free, professional filing assistance at the ICS Northwest office.

MAY

The Free Produce Giveaway season wrapped up in May. In partnership with the So. AZ Community Food Bank and with support from volunteers and faith community partners, ICS was able to distribute over 620,000 pounds of food between November 2021 and May 2022.

JUNE

RISE: Celebrate Empowered Women, June 25, 2022

This breakfast to benefit the Single Mom Scholars program brought in more than $40,000. Dozens of Scholars and their children attended, sharing their inspiring stories with attendees.

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Working side by side we are able to do more than any one individual congregation can do. Interfaith Community Services was founded in 1985 by six faith communities who realized they could accomplish more good working together than separately.

Today, we are honored to work with 120 partnering faith communities. They play an essential role in ICS. They donate funds and food, provide volunteers, make their facilities and grounds available for ICS activities, adopt families during the holidays for Gifts of Love, and organize special drives and service projects to meet specific needs.

HONORING CAPILLA DEL SOL

Nearly four decades ago, six partners came together to create the Northwest Interfaith Center, which grew into Interfaith Community Services. On September 19, 2021, one of our founding congregations ended its physical presence in the community when Capilla del Sol Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) held its final worship service (pictured above).

"Capilla del Sol has been a stalwart participant in providing services to neighbors in need throughout our community," said Karen MacDonald, former Faith Community Outreach Manager. "Their participation has been grounded in sincere care for our community, and they were all-in with ICS as a way they could impact many more people than they could on their own."

SUCCESS STORY: FAITH

GOES THE EXTRA MILE

Congregants from Beautiful Savior Lutheran Church distributed hygiene kits at the Northwest Food Bank. The church collected shampoo, soap, combs and brushes, toothpaste, toothbrushes, hand sanitizer, and deodorant and created the kits to help meet the basic hygiene needs of ICS clients.

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COMMUNITY
$281,150 funds donated 86,898 pounds of food donated >75% of ICS volunteers come from faith community partner organizations FAITH COMMUNITY FACTS—FY22

Abiding In Christ Fellowship

Abiding Savior Free Lutheran Church

Agape Christian Church International Aldea Spiritual Community Alive Church

Alive in Christ Church Lutheran Apostolic Deliverance Ministry Arizona Yage Assembly Ascension Lutheran Church and School

Baha'i Faith - Oro Valley Beautiful Savior Lutheran Church Canyon del Oro Bible Church Casas Adobes Congregational Church

Casas Church Catalina United Methodist Church Christ Church United Methodist Christ Presbyterian Church Christ the King Episcopal Church Church of the Apostles Church of the Painted Hills United Church of Christ Community Christian Church Marana

Congregation Anshei Israel Congregation Bet Shalom Congregation Chaverim Congregation M'kor Hayim ConnectionPointe Church

Connections - A Vineyard Church Cortaro Vista Community Church Desert Dove Christian Church Desert Skies United Methodist Desert Valley Adventist Church Dove of Peace Lutheran Church Ebenezer All Nations Seventh Day Adventist Church Episcopal Church of St Matthew Faith Christian Fellowship of Tucson

First Christian Church

First United Methodist Church Fountain of Life Lutheran Church Good News Community Church Grace Community Church Grace St. Paul Episcopal Church Grace Temple Missionary Baptist Church Grace to the Nations

Greater Emanuel Grace Apostolic Church

Greater Faith Word Church International

Hope City Church Immanuel Presbyterian Church Islamic Center of Tucson Kol Ami

LifeBridge

Living Grace Ekklesia Lord of Grace Lutheran Church Lutheran Church of the Foothills Maranatha SDA Church Ministerios Manantial De Amor

Mount Calvary Missionary Baptist Church

Mountain Shadows Presbyterian Mountain View Baptist Church Mountain Vista Unitarian Universalist Congregation New Hope/Nueva Esperanza United Methodist Church New Life Bible Fellowship

New Life Community Church of the Nazarene New Spirit Lutheran Church Northminster Presbyterian Church

Northwest Community Friends Church Oro Valley Church of the Nazarene

Oro Valley United Church of Christ Our Lady of The Desert Church Our Saviour's Lutheran Church Pantano Christian Church Resurrection Lutheran Church Rincon Congregational United Church of Christ Rising Star Baptist Church Saguaro Christian Church Sanctuary United Methodist Church

Santa Catalina Catholic Church Shalom Mennonite Church Southside Presbyterian Church St. Alban's Episcopal Church St. Andrew's Episcopal Church St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church St. Christopher Catholic Parish St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church

St. Francis in the Foothills UMC St. James United Methodist Church St. John on the Desert Presbyterian Church St. John's United Methodist Church St. Mark Catholic Church St. Mark's Presbyterian Church St. Mark's United Methodist Church St. Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church St. Michael the Archangel Ecumenical Catholic Church St. Odilia Catholic Church St. Paul's United Methodist Church St. Philip's In The Hills Episcopal Church

Streams in the Desert Lutheran Church

Summit Ridge Community Church

Tanque Verde Lutheran Church Temple Emanu-El

Templo La Uncion

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints

The Holy Way Presbyterian Church

The Journey, An Evangelical Free Church

The Village Church

Third Church of Christ, Scientist Tortolita Presbyterian Church Tree of Life Church

Trinity Presbyterian Church

Tucson Central Church of the Nazarene

Tucson Community of Christ

Tucson Midvale Park Seventh Day Adventist Church

Unitarian Universalist Church of Tucson

United Christian Fellowship

Unity of Tucson

Unleashed Christian Church

Vida Nueva/New Life Church of God

Voyager Chapel Water of Life Metropolitan Community Church

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VOLUNTEERS

VOLUNTEER STATS

July 1, 2021 – June 30, 2022

56,896 Total

30,940 hours of Caregiving and Senior Services (transportation. phoning and visiting, home repair, Mobile Meals, and more).

22,363 hours collecting, sorting, and distributing food in ICS Food Banks.

3,593 hours of other support, including front desk reception, client intake, and office help.

Since the beginning, volunteers have been the heart of ICS. The programs and services outlined in this report would not be possible without the skills, dedication, and service of more than 1,300 incredible volunteers. They come from diverse backgrounds and traditions, but all have a common commitment to our community and a desire to share kindness and compassion with others.

Currently at ICS there are 45 different job descriptions for volunteers. They take advantage of the vast experience and varied skills of the volunteer corps to meet the needs of tens of thousands of our neighbors in Southern Arizona.

AmeriCorps Seniors volunteers are a large part of the volunteer efforts at ICS, meeting essential caregiving needs in transportation and Senior Services.

SUCCESS STORIES: TRANSPORTATION

The transportation provided by ICS is essential for many seniors who wish to remain independent. But the clients aren't the only ones who benefit. Here's what a few volunteer drivers said about why they like to serve:

“My theory of life is that you are put here to meet people and learn from them.”

– Vincent Allen

“I love all the people I give rides to…they are all so unique and special.”

– Susan Encinas

“I am being God’s hand to help them get what they need.”

– Toni Hoskins

“I’m making a difference and helping people out.” – Barbara Oppenheimer (pictured at right)

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Volunteer hours donated

Volunteer Engagement Survey Results

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4+ times/week 2% 2-3 times/week 25% 1 time/week 41% 1-3 times/month 17% less than once a month 7%
52% of active volunteers fill one role within the organization. 48% volunteer in two or more areas. Results
63% donate food 62% make monetary contributions 21% provide gifts/ money for Gifts of Love $ More than 90% of survey respondents are also donors. < 1 year 1-5 years 6-10 yrs 11-20 yrs 21-30 yrs 30+ yrs Years Since Respondent Began Volunteering 4% 62% 18% 7% 3% 1%
Frequency of Volunteering
Volunteer Roles
of a volunteer engagement survey distributed in spring 2022 underline the depth of the commitment ICS volunteers have for their work and the organization.

From the

The great joy in being treasurer of ICS is knowing that meeting the needs of people in our community is of primary importance. Great care and concern is given to how each dollar is spent. Nearly 90% of every dollar is spent on programming such as Emergency Financial Assistance, Food Assistance, Self-Sufficiency programs, Senior Services, and Community Health.

This year, ICS administered over $13.8 million in funds and food to over 50,000 people. No small feat. An exceptional accomplishment for any organization, but especially for ICS because of the exactitude required to administer government grants. It is a complex process that demands that the time of each case worker and each dollar allocated is charged to exactly the right place.

Your gifts are in careful hands dedicated to the service of others. Thank you for the support you have provided to help make ICS an outstanding service organization for Southern Arizona.

Nicole Maneval, CPA Treasurer, Board of Directors
2022 2021 ASSETS Current Assets $2,153,029 $1,965,684 Endowment Funds $5,586,856 $6,551,366 Property & Equipment $1,698,274 $1,658,302 Total Assets 9,438,159 10,175,352 LIABILITIES & NET ASSETS Current Liabilities $384,227 $253,417 Net Assets $9,053,932 $9,921,935 Total Liabilities & Net Assets $9,438,159 $10,175,352
Treasurer
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Nicole Maneval, Treasurer, Board of Directors, 2021-2022
Chart Title 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Resources 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 -3.5% 4.3% Foundations Individuals Faith Communities Government Grants 1.6% 8.8% 11.5% Assistance Through Casework 51.3% Investment Income In-Kind 24.6% .4% 1.1% Events, Corporate, Other Program Income Food Bank Self-Sufficiency Programs Community Engagement 24.3% 3.8% 1.9% 3.1% 4.2% Fundraising Administrative 4.0% 0.8% Caregiving Services Community Health Outreach 57.9% Emergency Assistance 17 TOTAL RESOURCES: $16,764,142 TOTAL SERVICES: $17,639,387

Thank You to Our Donors

THANK YOU TO OUR DONORS

JENKINS FAMILY LEGACY SOCIETY

This special group of donors have made a gift to ICS in their will or estate plans, or a current or planned gift of $10,000 or more to the ICS Permanent Endowment Fund. It is named in honor of Ed and Kay Jenkins, who gave of their time and means for nearly two decades to help solve issues like hunger and homelessness in the Tucson community.

For over 17 years, Ed Jenkins was the kind of volunteer every organization dreams of: committed to the mission, an intellectual thought partner, contributor, ambassador and a passionate volunteer. His impact on ICS and the Tucson community is immeasurable. He was a tireless advocate for those less fortunate in our community and an inspiration to all.

Anonymous (5)

Helen Acker and The Estate of Robert Acker

Joel and Lidia Allen

Nancy Atherton

Karen and Bruce Bittmann

Michael and Lori Block

Ralph and Marilyn Boeker

Frank and Barbara Boyle

Marilyn Brandenburg

Walter and Lillian Caroll

George and Toni Chardukian Jack and Peggy Comp

Wayne and Carol Dawson

Diamond Foundation

Estate of Dora Hartwell

Estate of Edwin Z Malacha

Estate of Loraine Weldon

Estate of Theodore Reynolds Estate of William and Marcene Thousand

Estate of April Peck

Lee and Jean Farmer

Estate of Bonnie Fortunato Carol Goeman

Marjorie and Bert Gustafson

Kenneth and Ethel Haber

Ana Harris

Estate of Hazel Battiste

Bob and Anne Hendricks

William Horst and the Estate of Ann Horst

Estate of Jay and Betty Huitsing Janet Frichtl Trust

Kathleen Jenkins and the Estate of Edmund Jenkins Bonnie Kampa Robert and Patricia Kittrell

Beth Koch and the Estate of Kevin Koch

Susan Lane and the Estate of Larry Lane

Estate of Dwight Lang Charles and Laura Lentner

The David and Lura Lovell Foundation

James Marvel and the Estate of Judy G Marvel

Richard and Julianne McLean

McNeil S. and Ruth V. Fiske Family Trust

Alex and Karen Mlawsky

James and Dolly Moran

Estate of Myrtle Thorne Estate of Betty Newton Sharon and John Olbert

Nancy Peterson and Dave Becker Greg and Lynn Pivirotto Steve and Ruth Pollyea Paul and Pamela Raikunen

Barry and Patti Robinson

Larry and Linda Schloss

Estate of Gertrude Schwab Nancy Schwarzwalder

Bob and Sheri Siesennop

Estate of Betty June Simonson Bill and Mary Anne Springer

Estate of Allen Stults Scott and Diana Summerford

Wendell and Rose Tyson

Estate of Dorothy Dyer Vanek

David and Ellen Vellenga

Tim Wernette and Carolyn Brown

Estate of John and Leile Wickland Lucille E Williams Foundation Judith K Wright

$10,000 and above

Anonymous (2)

Anonymous Donors Philanthropic Fund held at the Jewish Community Foundation of Southern Arizona

Joel and Lidia Allen

Frank and Barbara Boyle

David Brunk

Franklin Family Fund held at Community Foundation for Southern Arizona

Estate of Sharon Glover

George Grady

Katherine and Frank Griffith

Jane Elise Hendricks Charitable Trust

William Horst

Ed and Kay Jenkins Fund

Sherwin and Karen Koopmans

David and Marlys Nelson

Patrica DeWitt

Elizabeth Pearcy

Steve and Ruth Pollyea

Paul and Pamela Raikunen

William and Karen Schumacher

Nancy Schwarzwalder

Gregg and Kimberly Sciabica

Gayle and Thomas Sette

John Stuhlmuller Trust

Wendell and Rose Tyson

Estate of Dorothy Dyer Vanek

David and Beth Vonk

Judy Weill Douglas J Wylie

$5,000-$9,999

Anonymous (4)

Karen and Bruce Bittmann

Debra and Barry Caldwell

George and Toni Chardukian

Susan Comstock and Marc Rolfes

Carolyn and John Davis

Joe and Arrah Dial

Pam Grissom

Kenneth and Ethel Haber

Gloria L Hirsch

John Phillip and Virginia Houserman

Bob and JoAnne Hungate

Elaine A and Edwin H Jones

Kitagawa Family Charitable Fund

Richard Leopold

Marc Levin and Terrell Allen

Philip and Carol Lyons Family Fund held at the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona

Richard and Julianne McLean

Ken and Margaret McNealy

James and Dolly Moran

Gregory Myers

Bill and Mary Anne Springer Howard and Marilyn Steele Richard Teugh

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Anonymous (14)

Anonymous Donors in memory of Nathlie Badian

Linda Kay Stevens Abedian

David Ahmad and Kris Hornback

Ronald and Elizabeth Allen

Laura T. Almquist

Dr. Quentin Anderson and Pamela Henderson

Clarence and Phala Andressen

Ann Apprill and Tom Witthoft

Nancy Atherton

Richard Backus

Jean and Lynn Badeau

Jane and Ray Baldwin Curt and Edna Balko

Susan Basso

Robert Batey and Christine Weiler

Barry and Susan Bedrick

Sarha Beltran

Thomas and Alison Betts

Sanford W Bigelow

Cherri Block and Beatrice Yeager

Kenn and Kathy Boelte

Robert and Judith Bolt

Timothy and Karen Bondy

Sandra Brantley

Krista Brayer and Norman Dubay

Helen Burch

Darlene Burgess

Nancy Bushroe

Walter and Lillian Caroll

David and Docia Casillas

Barbara Chadwick Jeff and Maggie Christensen

Carolyn Christian-Cochran and Thomas Cochran

Richard and Donna Cirincione David and Sally Clement Brian and Patty Clymer Terry and Shirley Coleman

Ryan Conti James and Charlotte Cordes

Fabian Cordova

Bill and Sandra Cross

Frederic Joseph Dardis

Charles Davis

Richard and Violet Davis

George and JoAnne Deakin

Janet M DeKeyser

Robert and Sue Delaney

Jose R Diaz

Ron Dirksen

Arlene M Douglas

Brad and Wendy Dufrane

Darrell M Dunafon Jr.

Carol A. Duncan

George Duncan

Mary Ann Eberbach

James and Janet Elkan

John Engel

Estate of Raymond Troxell

Estate of Shirley M. Johnson Trust

Farmer Family Trust

William and Darlene Felix John and Rebecca Fenn Andrew and Carol Fiore

David and Linda Fisher

Stephen Fiske

Barbara M Flori

Linda Floyd

Jerry and Barbara Frislie

Wendell and Pauline Gardner

Theodore and Judy Gayok

Eugene and Sandra Gerner Gabriele Gidion

Carol Goeman

David and Rebecca Grimm

Suzanne Gross

Ken and Maureen Hake

Phil and Marty Hall

Dale and Sally Hallberg

Patricia Harrison-Monroe

Patricia Havens and Joseph Assenzo

Joanne Healy

George and Carol Hearn Bob and Anne Hendricks Gary and Sue Henshaw

Robert and Betsy Holland Judith and Michael Holser Martin and Linda Horowitz James and Kathleen Howard Janet L Hunter

Georgia W Ingraham Arline Jeschke

James and Bonnie Johnson Bonnie Kampa Jacqueline Karpen Diane and Rodger Kemp Beverley Kercheval

Charles Kerl Lora L. King

Robert and Patricia Kittrell Wallace and Amy Kleindienst Richard and Lois Kline John and Carol Knapp George Knecht and Maria Ortiz Barbara Knight Dean and Jacqueline Knobloch Frederick and Frances Krause Steve and Debi Kromer

Robert LaFramenta

Barbara Lamb

Daryl and Betty Lamfers Darryl and Sarah Landau Nick and Denise Lapins Thomas and Francy Lee David and Margaret Likness

Amy Lincoln Sara and Sean Lippitt May Lopuszanski

Janet and Charles Lynn Gregory and Cathy Mannel

Annegret Mansuripur

James Marvel

Dean Marvin

Fred and Becky Masterman

Mark Alan Mcinnis Ashleigh McIntosh and Lisette McIntosh

Tom McKinney and Dee Dee Connel Lloyd and Judith McLaughlin Douglas A Meyer Tom and Rose Mary Meyer Sandra Mitchel

Geraldine Moisant

Carol Monroe

William and Deborah Montgomery

Mark and Diane Monus

Clayton Moore

Michael and Martha Moses

Paul and Jane Nakazato

Delores Norton

Steven and Rebecca Nuckolls Scott and Ashley Odom

Martha and Bill Owen

Roger C Paluska

Gerard and Grace Pedata James and Janet Pennell

Nancy Peterson and Dave Becker

Roger Phelps

Robert and Martha Pille Jim and Lora Pirzynski

Martha Prince

John L Pugh

Diane Radtke

Sandra Rausch

Dan and Jan Robertson

Barry and Patti Robinson

Maura Robinson

Fred Roby

Ann F. Roscoe and Lewis S. Roscoe

Steven Rowe

Philip and Karen Russo

Lynn Ryerson

David and Irene Sattinger

Aubrey and Rosa Scarbrough

April and Barry Schiller

Larry and Linda Schloss

Craig J Schreiber

Randy Schuler

Howard and Yvette Schulz

Gerald Schwartz

Doris K Seames

Elizabeth Segerstrom

Suzanne Shiff

Shaila and Dave Silverio Jeffrey and Caitlin Sklar

Nancy K Smith

Byron and Patricia Snyder

Tim and Mary Soliday

Phil and Janelle Southard

Jane Sterritt

Robin and James Stout

Mary Streb

Victoria Struse

Mark Sublette

Amy Synesael

John Thames

Gene and Marylyn Tobey

Robert and Barbara Tomlin

Kay and Scott Turner

Bruce and Catherine Uhl

Linda Drake and David Van Wyck

John and Linda Vargo

David and Ellen Vellenga Robert and Susan Vos

Patricia Walshkay

Frank and Linda Williams

Michael and Carol Wilson

Darrell and Sandra Wotta Linda Wurzelbacher John and Carla Yost

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$1,000-$4,999

IN-KIND DONORS

$10,000 and above

Anonymous Food Bank Donors

Albertsons Store 6600 (Grant/Tanque Verde #963)

Albertsons Store 7300 (La Cholla/Ina #960)

Bashas' River/La Cholla Beyond Bread Breadsmith

Cody's Friends Charity Community Food Bank for Southern Arizona

Fry's 10450 (#117 Lambert/La Canada)

Fry's 10661 (#18 1st/Oracle)

Fry's 3770 (#36 Ina Rd)

Fry's Store 22nd St. and Harrison GAP Ministries

Kevin Collins

St. Mark's United Methodist Church

Target T0855 Grant/Tanque Verde

Walmart 7951 (Oracle/Magee)

Whole Foods Oracle/Ina

$5,000 to $9,999

Big Lots 3820

Casas Church

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Edward Jones

Einstein Bros. Bagels Iskashitaa

St. Albans Episcopal St. Odilia Catholic Church

$1,000 to $4,999

Anytime Fitness Beautiful Savior Lutheran Church Bimbo Bakery Outlet on Broadway

Boy Scouts Troop 303

Chris Lopez - Custom Song Collective Christ the King Episcopal Church Church of the Painted Hills

Cortaro Vista Community Church Episcopal Church of St. Matthew Faith Christian Fellowship of Tucson Jamie Roach

Joan Johnson

Joni Olson

Kathy and Lisa Brownlie Kinder Care

Mountain Vista Unitarian Universalist Congregation

Oro Valley Church of the Nazarene

Oro Valley United Church of Christ Our Saviour's Lutheran Church

Quik Trip

Resurrection Lutheran Church

Rick and Sylvia Buchanan

Rincon Congregational Church UCC

Salpointe Catholic School St. Andrews Presbyterian St. Mark the Evangelist Catholic Church

Tanque Verde Lutheran Virginia Mann

$500 to $999

Anne Tabor

Arizona Winery Tours

Ascension Lutheran Church

Avilla Preserve

Bob and Anne Hendricks Bob and Sandy Ricker Bookmans East

Boy Scout Troop 211

Brian Fitzgerald

Carlene & Michael Henry

Congregation M'kor Hayim

Connection Pointe Church

Dan and Patty Moussette

Deborah Scott

Desert Sky United Methodist Church

Dove of Peace Lutheran Church

El Conquistador Tucson Resort

Foothills High School

Home Care and Pest Control John Hardin

La Toluca HomeOwners

Liz Rollman

Lutheran Church of the Foothills Mountain Shadows Presbyterian Church

Mountain View High School New Spirit Lutheran Church

Phillip Cook

Saguaro Christian Church

Silke Mildenberger

St. Marks Presbyterian Church

St. Paul's United Methodist Church

True Ranch Hospitality

Visiting Angels Wendell and Rose Tyson

$200 to $499

Aldea Spiritual Community Alice Cook

Alive in Christ Lutheran Church Anita Varner

Billie Rein

Bobbie Mullen

Body Resolutions

Bonnie Kampa

Boy Scout Troop 747

Carolyn Anderson

Casas Adobes Neighborhood Association

Catalina Foothills High School

Chuck Purcell

Copper Creek Home Owners Association

Diane Paine

Donna Osborn

Ed and Sara McLean

Elizabeth Burnett Elizabeth Kirkpatrick Fran Moran

Fred Dardis Gary Dickert Gayle Leonard Georgeanne Ranzino

Gerald Ashton

Grace Community Church

Grace Temple Missionary Baptist Church

Healthy Skin Dermatology

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Heidi Reichert

Herbert Cohn

Hotel McCoy

Immaculate Heart School

Jack Schull

Jerry and Debby Boggs

Joel and Linda Levine Judy Calkins

K. Zellers

Katie Sutton

Kent Rozelle

Kimberly DeLorenzo

Larry Pace

Laura Sterling

Linda Mann

Madaras Gallery

Maritza Nunez

Meteor Crater Museum

Modern Wealth Management

Mountain View Baptist Church

Mountain View Retirement

Nathan Dunn

New Life Community Church of Nazarene

Oro Valley Library

Port of Tucson

Rattle Box Farms

Richard Wilson

Robert Navarro

Rock Ridge Apartments

Ronald McDonald House

Rural Metro

Sally Garnaat

Shalom Mennonite Fellowship

Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church

Skyline Ridge HOA

Spencer Olson, Prim & Plated Cookies

Splendido

St. Francis in the Foothills UMC

St. Mark's Early Childhood Center

St. Philips in the Hills Episcopal

Stanley Davis

Steve Price

Steve Vincent

Summit Ridge Community Church

Susan Libby

Tamara Kellett

Terry and Shirley Coleman

The Golden Entertainment Family in Laughlin

Tortolita Presbyterian

Tushar Mhatre

Verde Canyon Railroad

Vistoso Village Neighborhood Helpers

Voyager Chapel

Whimsical Creations by Christina, Harlow Gardens

Wildlife World Zoo & Aquarium

Youth on their Own

$10,000 and above

Arizona Complete Health Arizona Diamondbacks Foundation, Inc.

Association of Arizona Food Banks B & D Brady Foundation

Bank of America Foundation

Banner University Health Plan

Bert W Martin Foundation

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona Foundation for Community & Health Advancement

City of Tucson Housing and Community Development

Community Investment Corporation

Connie Hillman Family Foundation Corp. for National and Community Services—AmeriCorps-Seniors

The David and Lura Lovell Foundation

David S. and Norma R. Lewis Foundation held at the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona Federal Emergency Management System (FEMA)

Jewish Community Foundation of Southern Arizona

Kautz Family Foundation

Lester & Millie Rosen Foundation

Marshall Foundation

Pima Council on Aging Pima Co. Community Development Pima Co. Grants Management and Innovation Pima Co. Community and Workforce Development Department Pima Co. Community Development and Neighborhood Conservation Department

Pima Co. Community Services— Outside Agency

Raytheon Matching Gifts Program

Regional Transit Authority (RTA)

Social Venture Partners

Tucson Electric Power Co. United Healthcare Services, Inc

United Way of Tucson & Southern AZ

John and Carolyn Davis Family Foundation

Pacific Premier Bank

Southern New Hampshire University

Stone Canyon Community Foundation held at the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona

Sun City Vistoso Community Foundation

Sundt Foundation

Tucson Charity Bridge Club

Tucson Medical Center Healthcare

Tucson National Lady Niners

Tucson Pima Collaboration to End Homelessness—Continuum of Care

Tucson Realtors Charitable Foundation

Wildfire (Arizona Community Action Agency)

Witthoft Apprill Family Foundation

Andrew Weil Center for Integrative Medicine Service Fund

Cardinals Charities

Casas Adobes Elks - Lodge #2663

Caterpillar Foundation

Commerce Bank of Arizona

Community Food Bank of Southern AZ

Covenant Foundation

Elizabeth Read Taylor Foundation

Encompass Health Corporation

GEICO Philanthropic Foundation

Poly Print

Hellene Henrickson Legacy Fund

Intel Foundation

Kai Family Foundation

Klipper Automotive LLC

Pella Rolscreen Foundation

Phillips 66 Corporate Giving Program

PICOR Charitable Foundation

Spalding (Eliot) Foundation

Splendido at Rancho Vistoso

The Carl and Mabel Shurtz Foundation

The Lewis Hertz Foundation

Beaty Martinez Foundation

Denton Family Foundation

Desert Diamond Casino and Entertainment

Fred & Christina Armstrong Foundation

Thomas and Jeanne Elmezzi Private Foundation

Tucson National Golf WGA Nine-Hole

Wells Fargo Foundation

William and Ruth Pendleton Memorial Fund

WYR Foundation

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$5,000-$9,999
BeachFleischman PC
$1,000-$4,999
Affinity Kitchens Tucson AmerisourceBergen
CIVIC, GOVERNMENT
CORPORATE,
AGENCIES & FOUNDATION PARTNERS

WHO WE ARE

BOARD OF DIRECTORS*

Rhonda Fure, Chair

J.

Francis

*As of June 30, 2022

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Robert (Bob) Hendricks, Vice Chair
Nicole Maneval, Treasurer
Patricia Harrison-Monroe, Secretary
(Frank) Boyle
Krista Brayer George Chardukian Patricia Clymer Brad Dufrane
Pattie Feder David Grundstrom
Darryl Landau Mike Lange James Marvel Shaila Silverio
Jeffrey Sklar Rev. Juan Vasquez Rev. Anita Slovak (Ex-Officio) Steve Pollyea (Director Emeritus) Barry Robinson (Director Emeritus) Scott Summerford, (Director Emeritus)
IMAGE far right: ICS staff celebrate Food Bank Coordinator Curt Balko, who was honored as the Arizona Health Community Hero of the Week. Curt was recognized on February 4, 2022 at a basketball game at the University of Arizona's McKale center.

Tom McKinney

Chief Executive Officer

April

Schiller, CPA

Chief Operating Officer

ICS LEADERSHIP TEAM*

Andrea Dillenburg

Director of Development and Communications

Cynthia Galas

Director of Social Services

ICS STAFF*

Tim Kromer, M Div Director of Outreach and Partnerships

Lauryn Valladarez

Director of Self-Sufficiency Programs

Terry Alexander

People

and Culture Manager

Curt Balko

Food Bank Coordinator

Madison Barnes Senior Services Coordinator

Pam Barnes Accounting Coordinator

Maria Brown

Volunteer Engagement Assistant

Vicky Buelna Resource and Intake Specialist

Tori Carlson-Foscz

Volunteer Engagement Manager

Adrian Castillo Case Manager

Val Clewley

Mobile Food Bank Coordinator

Pam Delifer Business Analyst

Jay Deskins

Faith and Community Outreach Coordinator

Mariah Erhart Special Projects Coordinator

Gabby Felix Senior Coordinator Centralized Intake

Maureen Freeman

Coordinated Entry and Intake Specialist

Bonnie Galaska

Business Analyst

Ana Galaviz Morales

Resource and Intake Specialist

Ann Garn Communications Manager

Rebekah Hawes

Senior Case Manager

Monique Johnson Case Manager

Tandala Kidd

Health & Education Manager

Jennie Lane Mobile Meals Assistant

Karen Latendresse

Indiv./Major Gifts Manager

Sara Lippitt

Business

Operations Manager

Karen MacDonald

End of Life Trainer

Brandon Miller

Mobile Food Bank Assistant

Rikki Mioduski Communications Coordinator

Maryann Moulinet

RESET Program Coordinator

Kaela Nobert Resource and Intake Coordinator

Jalena Norzagaray

Resource and Intake Specialist

Luke Pearson Senior Services Coordinator

Iliana Recinos

Northwest Case Manager Mollee Richey Development Manager

Phyllis Ripley Transportation Coordinator

Celena Robles Development Coordinator

Jorge Ruiz

Faith and Community Outreach Coordinator

Beverly Schlosser

Accounting

Elise Smith

Assistant

Youth Programming and Support Coordinator

Amanda Stanley Social Services Manager

Barbara Taylor

Food Bank Assistant

Anne Thwaits Communications Manager

Juliet Torrejas

Workforce Development Specialist

Colleen Trevino

Single Mom Scholar Program Coordinator

Danitza Vargas

Senior Case Manager

Felicia Vega Home Sweet Home Coordinator

Janis Willkom

Mobile Meals Coordinator

Alexis Wilson Front Office Coordinator

Evelyn Wright

Workforce Development Manager

Pamela Xeele Senior Services Manager

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2820 W. Ina Rd. Tucson, AZ 85741

Main Office

2820 W. Ina Road (on the campus of Christ the King Episcopal Church) Tucson, AZ 85741-2502

Southside Office 101 W. Irvington Rd., Suite 2A (in the El Pueblo Neighborhood Center) Tucson, AZ 85714

Eastside Office 8701 E. Old Spanish Trail (on the campus of New Spirit Lutheran Church) Tucson, AZ 85710

Central Office 122 N. Craycroft Rd. (on the campus of Rincon Congregational UCC) Tucson, AZ 85711 520-297-6049 icstucson.org

Since 1985, Interfaith Community Services (ICS) has helped people in need achieve stable, healthy and independent lives.
ICS is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization. Tax ID #86-0520997 Arizona Charitable Tax Credit QCO Code #20438 NONPROFIT ORG U.S. POSTAGE PAID TUCSON,
PERMIT #2874
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