Annual Report 2022

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Message From Our CEO & President

It’s been said that a photo is worth a thousand words. I often wonder what words come to mind when our greater community looks at the many captured moments from around our programs and services. I hope they see joy and happiness, inclusion and belonging, independence and innovation, as well as dreams and opportunities. Most of all I hope they see our family, and how it’s continued to grow and blossom for nearly 117 years. The same familial atmosphere is experienced as a Direct Support Professional (DSP) here at KenCrest in the 1970s, is the same one I experience now as the Agency’s CEO. What has changed—is my understanding of how deeply rooted and reticular our KenCrest family is;

and the many ways we’ve supported each other throughout our journeys. It’s a part of the ‘WHY’ that inspires our work daily; and challenges us to think bigger for the thousands of people we support throughout Pennsylvania, Connecticut, and Delaware. This year’s annual report highlights two stories of our interconnectedness; and reminds us all of just how fortunate we are for the extended KenCrest family that continues to strengthen our bond and propel our mission forward. As you look at the photos and read the thousands of words accompanying them; I hope that you too will be inspired by the gift of this wonderful family you’ve helped grow and cultivate.


April Mattox pictured as a young child in COMHAR’s Early Intervention brochure.

A Family Connection at KenCrest’s Early Learning Centers

At three years old, April Mattox and her family walked into KenCrest’s Lehigh Early Learning Center (ELC) with hopes of helping her learn to talk. But, what her family didn’t realize was how much of an impact KenCrest would have on them. Not only did April Mattox attend the KenCrest Center, but her older sister, Isel Galarza, now works as a recruiter at KenCrest. She even sent her oldest son to the exact Center April attended, while her youngest son will attend either the Adams or Northeast Center when he’s old enough. “KenCrest has turned into my family,” says Galarza. “They’ve been in my life for so long that it made sense to send my children there. When my son first started attending KenCrest, I was happy because there were people I knew from when April attended. Miss Lenore was still the program coordinator at the time; Carmen was there, who worked at the front desk, and she’s been there for 20-plus years. It was comforting to see them.”

That sense of comfort and familial connection encouraged Isel to send her children to KenCrest’s Early Learning Centers. It’s also the reason she wanted to work for the organization. According to Galarza, an old coworker at Bayada Home Health Care saw the KenCrest job opening and encouraged her to apply. She didn’t know Galarza’s connection to KenCrest, just that her son attended the ELC.

When Galarza accepted the recruitment position, she was ecstatic, and she immediately called the Lehigh Center off her new KenCrest phone.

“I remember I called over there and talked to Carmen, and she was like, ‘you’re calling me off of a KenCrest phone; why are you calling me off of a KenCrest phone?’” laughs Galarza. “So before I went to pick up my son from my mom’s, I stopped over there and was like, “I work here now!’”

The Lehigh Early Learning Center has become more than just a school for the two sisters. For Galarza, they are her coworkers and family; they are the people who cared for her son and who’ve helped her sister overcome her developmental delays.

“She wasn’t talking at three, and the doctors told my family she had a learning disability. It was primarily her speech, reading ability, and her speaking. You can throw numbers at her, and she’ll know what to do, but reading and writing that’s not her forte,” says Galarza. “My mom wanted to figure out what was going on and how we could help her, so she asked around and learned about KenCrest. April was soon enrolled, and as time went on, she began making progress. By the time she transitioned out, she was talking and becoming more involved.”

Mattox received support during her time at the ELC and through an outside, Early Intervention program called COMHAR—at the time, KenCrest’s

KenCrest’s Early Learning Centers have brought more than just educational support to the Galarza and Mattox family.

Early Intervention program had not yet taken off. COMHAR and KenCrest’s ELC program partnered to create the best course of action for Mattox.

Mattox would practice her colors, shapes, and speech during the day at the Early Learning Center while also getting additional support at home.

“I remember everything they did to help April,” says Galarza. “So for me, to come to KenCrest and to have that same impact on other families and hire the teachers and staff that can make that change in someone’s life is amazing.”

Mattox transitioned out of KenCrest’s program and has since graduated from Moore College of Art and Design, pursuing a career in graphic design. Galarza’s oldest son has also graduated from the program and is attending primary school while her youngest son prepares to transition into the program.

“KenCrest will continue to educate my kiddies before they need to go to school,” says Galarza. “And I will continue to help the organization find employees that will impact the people we support lives.”

FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Isel Galarez and April Mattox sitting together in their family home in Philadelphia. // Photo by Sydney Kerelo

2,110 Number of people employed at KenCrest

Number of Direct Support Professionals (DSPs)


106 Number of employees with at least 10 years longevity

417 Adults with disabilities

2,015 Children in Early Intervention

769 Children in Early Learning

53 Adults with Disabilities

2,425 Children in Early Intervention

73 Adults with Disabilities



$100,000 and up

Barbara & James Beach

$25,000 - $99,999


Doc Bresler’s Cavity Busters

Lincoln Investment

PNC Grow Up Great

William Penn Foundation

$10,000 - $24,999

AmerisourceBergen Corporation

Arthur J. Gallagher & Co

James & Mary Jane Brenneman

Marian Baldini & Larry Filtz

Colin & Angela Dougherty

Fidelity Burglar & Fire Alarm

Gordon Charter Foundation


Liberty Lawnscapes

My Dad’s Flooring

Pew Charitable Trusts

Philadelphia Foundation

Philadelphia Insurance Companies


Primex Garden Center

Paul Rossert

Salmon, Ricchezza, Singer & Turchi, LLP

Stanley’s Hardware


Universal Health Services, Inc.

$5,000 - $9,999

Ameriserv Trust

Arlington Heritage Group

Steve & Leigh Anne Bell

Marcia Berner & Charles Dallas

Randall & Shannon Brown

Bryner Chevrolet

Child Development Foundation


Gap International, Inc.

The Haverford Trust Company

Kids-N-Hope Foundation

The Market of Lafayette Hill

Mill Spring Foundation

Miller, Turetsky, Rule & McLennan,



Public Health Management Corporation

Ray’s Appliances

Reinvestment Fund, Inc.

UGI Utilities, Inc.

United Way of Chester County


$2,500 - $4,999

Abriola Company

John Rule & Jill Anderson

Bridge Educational Foundation

Carole Chapin

Christ’s Church of the ValleyRoyersford

Kevin & Katie Dougher

Jeffrey & Stacie Dubnow

Carol Hammarberg

John & Melissa Howe

Charles Horn III

Colleen Kelly & Paul Hisem

William Kerr

Aurora Kripa & Jesse Fells

Maryann Ludwig

Eric & Michelle Rahe

RST Solutions

SERVPRO of Doylestown

Stratix Systems


Willits Pharmacy Services, Inc.

$1,000 - $2,499

A. E. Harth, Inc.

Aetna Anonymous


Bonitatibus Architects

Melanie Brennan

Larry & Loyce Brown

Linda & Robert Bugden

Christopher Butler

Carson Painting Co., Inc.

Mary Anne Cenci

J.P. Morgan Chase

Christian R. & Mary F. Lindback Foundation

Mary Beth Conrad

Fatoumata Coulibaly

CrossAmerica Partners

Richard D'Alessio

Delta-T Group

Eastern Alliance Insurance Group

Mariel Filtz

Jeremy Gajkowski & Megan


Brian & Susan Gallagher


Deborah & Thomas Grace

Bryce Graham

Rev. Kay & James Hollinger

Holy Trinity Lutheran Church -


Natelle & Richard Hughey

KenCrest Human Resources

JDB Service Group

Johnson & Johnson

Rev. D. Craig & Anne Landis

Joe Mancini


Mutual of America

James & Elaine O'Connor

PW Campbell

Reformation Lutheran Church - Media

Gail & Scott Ruehr

Skyler Scervano

Doris Schoener

Pamela & Mike Schuessler


Southeastern PA Synod of the ELCA

Therese Simpson & Marc Sternberg

St. Paul's Lutheran Church - Ardmore

St. Peter's Evangelical Lutheran

Church - North Wales

Elmina & Kenneth Stewart

United States Roofing Corporation

Stephen & Barbara Van Osten

Barbara & Todd Vanett

Lynda & Richard Wolff

$500 - $999

Lauren Andrews

Avenue United Methodist Women - Milford


Elaine & Steve Brenneman

Merri & C. Drew Brown

Sheila & Philip Bruce

Amy &Richard Burnfield

Pat & William Bush

Matthew & Patricia Busillo

Daniel & Lindsey Cuneo

Sami Daniel

Hal & Bonnie Davidow

Rev. Harvey Davis

Catherine DeGroot & Miguel


Denise & Joseph Dougher

Denise Drake

Lindsay Finan & Matthew


Sinphonie Ford

Frank & Gail Guthridge

HomeFree Pharmacy Services

Ellen Kolodner

Rev. Dayle Malloy

Heather Maltin

Kevin & Margaret McKelvey

Andrew Merrell

Carol & Gary Moll

Brian & Magda Moncrief

Jan & Victor Ostroff

Sean & Julrena Outen

AnnMarie & Cameron Pendleton

Kimberly & Scott Quinn

Joyce & Robert Reiss

James Ryan

Ethel Serianni

Ann Sheafer

Brian Skinner

Kellie & Kevin Smith

Spring-Ford Rotary Club

St. Paul’s Lutheran Church - Doylestown

State Farm Insurance

Trinity Lutheran Church - Lansdale

Joseph & Victoria Tyler

Donna Vaselaar

Eileen & Michael Weingram

Elizabeth Lexa Wilson & David Wilson

Maureen & Chris Yamamoto

Leslie & Matthew Yunaska


$250 - $499

Alvare Associates, Inc.

AmazonSmile Foundation

Ballard’s Landscaping

Margaret Bamford

Bank of America

Martin Belisario

Joyce Benfield

Berney & Sang

Kathleen & Robert Bohrer

Patricia Brubaker

Dean & Marilee Cassidy

Deborah & Kenneth Chiarello

Michael Clarke III

Jennifer Cloud

Marla & Richard Cohen

Dr. Ellen Davis Conroy & Thomas


Paula Davis West & Wayne West

DDN Consulting Services

Catherine Dombroski

Katherine & Robert Eaddy

Free Will Brewing

Gannon Chimney Repair

Stephen Gillen

Andy Harrington

Lynn & Mike Hart

Kimberly Heffner

Edward Hoffman

Margaret Howley

Victoria Hyczko

Interstate Fleet Services

Rosaida Iraola

Suzanne Keffer

Barbara & Nick Kochard

Christine Kreamer


Salvatore Lombardo

Joseph Lyons

Sheetal Manglani & Jeetendra


James & Jennifer McGarvey

Judith Miller

Barbara & Lincoln Noecker

NextGenAT, Inc.

Catherine Nold

Linda Regan

Rob Rudrow

RuthAnn Schell

Allison Smale

Melinda South

St. John Lutheran Church - Blue Bell

St. Peter’s Evangelical Lutheran Church - Philadelphia

Megan & Russ Stewart

Lisa Stiefel

Sun Management

Kathy & Paul Trumbore

Jennifer & Seth Van Aken

James & Linda Van Horn

Karen Westray

Jeanne Lee & Robert Wilkinson

$50 - $249


Tarig Abdulla

Act II Playhouse

Roseann & Greg Adamo

Claire & Donald Alderfer

Dawood Amir

Anne Andersen

LaRhonda Anderson

Anonymous (4)

John Archambault

Jane Armstrong

Carol & Paul Arnesman

Maame Afia Baah

Mariama Bah

Megan Bailey

Melissa Bailey-Raison

Shaquawn Baldwin

Hawa Bangura

Janet & Ralph Barndt

Gregory & Patricia Beach

Rev. Paul & Linda Beck

Monica A. Behum

Kathleen Belisario

Hannah & Rodney Bell

Susan Morrison Bellamy

Virginia Benner

Bethel Bible Fellowship - Carrollton

Victoria Black


Aram & Linda Bohdjelian

Timothy & Melissa Bosch

Sheryl Bouie

Norma Lee Bradley

Henry & Rita Brady

David Breuning

Stickman Brews

Sandra Brown

Mona & Damen Burke

Matthew Bush

Jeffrey Byard

Nothing Bundt Cakes

Gary & Kathie Calandra

Christopher Campbell

Campus Management

Milton Cannan

Charles Diliberto Plumbing & Heating, Inc.

Chubb Charitable Foundation

Regina Cinkowski

Herta Clements

Lloyd Combs

Carol & Sean Connell

Regina Conway

Dominic & Roberta Costa

Angelica & Kent Cprek

Donna & Howard Creely

Steve & Susan Cunningham

Yvonne Cunningham

DONORS | 2022

KenCrest Helps These Three PA Sisters

From Adult Community Living to Birth-to-Three, the Messmer Sisters are taking over KenCrest.

In 1999, Sue Messmer accepted her position as a Physical Therapist within the Montgomery County Birth-to-Three Program at KenCrest, changing her life and her two sisters’ lives. Being the youngest of three, Sue Messmer wasn’t expecting much from her KenCrest coworkers, but shortly after joining the team, they changed everything for her family. When Messmer began working at KenCrest, her older sister Diane, who has intellectual disabilities, was diagnosed with Dementia. Diane was living with their father at the time, but he soon discovered that he could not provide her with the proper care and attention she needed.

“At the time, our staff was having weekly team meetings, and during my first meeting, Roseann Adamo, the Executive Director of the Birth to Five Home and Community Based Program, overheard me telling one of the other therapists that we were having a tough time because Diane wasn’t doing well at home,” says Messmer. “The caseworker was trying to find her a placement, but there were no other placements besides a nursing home or an institution, which I did not want.”

“The next thing I knew, Roseann Adamo was telling me that I needed to go into the conference room and talk to the person who oversaw the residential homes at the time,” laughs Messmer. “She set the whole meeting up, and I was able to get Diane into one of our Adult Community Living Homes.” With Roseann’s help, Messmer got her sister Diane into a perfect residential home in Lansdale, Pennsylvania where she could receive the proper support; and be close enough to her sisters so that they could visit at least once a week for dinner or breakfast. Diane would even stay at her eldest sister’s house from time to time.

“Diane is the middle child,” says Messmer. “My older sister, Anne, is ten years older than me, so Diane and I were very close growing up; my friends were her friends, and we always did everything together. While my older sister Anne was stricter with Diane.”

Diane even told Sue that she considers her the “favored sister” because she’s more lenient with

her. But, while Sue may be the favored sister, the trio is extremely close with one another. The sisters take fun-filled vacations with each other quite often. They’ve been to Disney a few times because Diane loves hugging the characters; they’ve been on cruises and little day trips. This fall, the trio even made an overnight visit to Longwood Gardens.

“Diane loves to go out,” laughs Messmer. “Even when she’s home, they’ll take her out shopping, to eat and go to Walmart or the Dollar Store or even walk around the mall. I get excellent communication from her home because they know me personally; they’ll send me texts or emails, which is great.”

Messmer works in the Birth-to-Three Program at KenCrest, helping students and parents accomplish their motor skill goals like crawling, sitting up, walking, etc. Messmer will meet with her clients in their homes weekly to develop a strategic plan and enact that with the parents.

“It’s nice to see the children and their parents at home or in school, their natural environment, as opposed to taking them into a medical facility,” says Messmer. “You don’t get much out of them when they’re out of their comfort zones.”

Children in the Birth-to-Three program experience developmental delays or have an intellectual disability requiring additional support. Messmer works with these children to help them overcome their challenges and teach their parents ways to help them succeed.

“It’s funny because some of the people that support Diane don’t know that I also work at KenCrest,” laughs Messmer.


Learn more about KenCrest’s Adult Community Living homes and the Birth-to-Three program by visiting

Sue Messmer and her sisters Diane and Anne. // Photo courtesy of Sue Messmer


We recognize these individuals who have made provisions for KenCrest in their estate planning, both in the past and for the future. These friends have made a commitment to KenCrest and those we support, ensuring that our mission continues in our second century of service.


August Achterman

Mary Anderson

Dorothea Bater

Edith Behring

Alice R. Beltz

Arthur & Sarah Berger

Amos Birdsall

Edwin & Mary Elizabeth


Dorothy Boeshore

Sr. Collette Brice

Helene Bubikat

Viola Butterworth

Byron H. Callingham

Marie & Walter Camenisch

Sophie Daniel

Frances Devlin

Eleanor Elkin

Olga Fasko

Florence Fiedler

Ann Filon

Margaret Filon

Helen Gallup

Magdalena Gauger

Mary Geschick

Emily Gill

Verna Guterman

Sara Hall

Alma Hansmann

Thomas Hewson

John Holleran

Paula Kadel

Margaret Kellerman

G. Edward Knapp

Eleanor & John Knox

Charles Krauss

Louise Laidig

Lilla Lang Myers

Phyllis Linn

Margaret Leymann

Edna Lickfield

Oscar Long

Kathryn McFaden

Howard McCune

John Molettieri

Edward Moll

Mildred Muellerschoen

Esther Muller

Doris Oelschlager

Helen Oerkvitz

Elizabth S. Opp

Robert Pollock

Sarah Randolph

Helen Rau

Helen Ravenkamp

Elsie Reimann

Paul Richard

Leanor T. Rife

William Roeser

Hermann & Kathy Roether

Karl A. Schneider

Elizabeth Schoenhut

George Schoenhut

Estelle Schull

Anne E. Smith

Roscoe W. Teahan

Ruth Treadway

Douglas Turrell

Charles & Dorothy Urian

Lawrence Uter

Marion Van Arsdale

Laura Wikoff

Margaret Williams

Elizabeth Wodetzky

Roy Woll


Anonymous (3)

James & Mary Jane Brenneman

George Edwards

Carol Hammarberg

Curt & Rebecca Hudson

Jeanne Lee & Robert Wilkinson

Dina & Jim McFalls

Shirley Miller

Rev. Norman & Joanne* Minich

William J. Nolan

Jack Rule & Jill Anderson

Lise Twiford

Bonnie & Paul Zieger


KenCrest Centers Balance Sheet

KenCrest Centers Statement of Public Support, Revenue, and Expenses

8,350,412 382,162 12,228,351 1,448,792 507,845 22,917,562 17 KENCREST 2022 ANNUAL REPORT FINANCIAL REPORT | KENCREST CENTERS
of June 30, 2022 Assets Cash Accounts Receivable (net) Investments at market Plant and equipment (net) Other assets Total Assets Liabilities and Net Assets Accounts payable and accrued expenses Loans and mortgages payable Total Liabilities and Net Assets 1,152,105 1,152,105 21,765,457 22,917,562 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 25,199 353,622 46,742
of June 30, 2022 Revenue Public Support: Grants Contributions Bequests Total Public Support Other Revenue Private services fees Gain on sale of property Investment income: Realized/unrealized gains/losses on investments Dividends and interest on investments Rent Miscellaneous revenue Total Expenses 3,636,001 690,960 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 425,563 $ Total Other Revenue Total Public Support and Other Revenue Excess of Public Support and Revenue over Expenses 3,738,156 4,790,562 (1,052,406) $ $ $ (1,726,174) 292,058 341,261 78,487 3,312,593 $ Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

KenCrest Services Balance Sheet

KenCrest Services Statement of Public Support, Revenue, and Expenses


18 KENCREST.ORG KENCREST SERVICES | FINANCIAL REPORT 2,642,455 25,618,345 17,172,409 3,077,973 48,511,182
of June 30, 2022 Assets Cash Accounts Receivable (net) Plant and equipment (net) Other assets Total Assets Liabilities and Net Assets Accounts payable and accrued expenses Loans and mortgages payable Total Liabilities and Net Assets 15,523,828 14,780,089 30,303,917 18,207,265 48,511,182 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 761,757 65,642
of June 30, 2022 Revenue Public Support: Grants Contributions Total Public Support Other Revenue Government funding services Private fees Miscellaneous revenue Total Expenses $ $ $ $ $ 827,399 $ Total Other Revenue Total Public Support and Other Revenue Excess of Public Support and Revenue over Expenses $ $ $ 128,664,921 4,157,799 1,765,775 134,588,495 $ 135,415,894 134,732,977 682,917 Total Liabilities Total Net Assets
Check out a few photos KenCrest captured from this year’s events, including Community Champions, KenCrest’s Staff Event, and Masters.

DONORS | 2022

($50 - $249 cont. from page 09)

Valarie Curry

Jonmichael Daly

Julie & Charles Daly

D’Agostino Carpets

Wesley Daniels

Angela Dawkins

Tiffany DeRohn

Mamadou Diallo

Carmel & Charles Diliberto

Dennis & Jeanine Dimmick

Betty & Joseph Dittmar

Robert Doherty

Dianne & Ronald Dorn

Lisa Douglass

Sonya Driscoll

Margaret & Philip Duffy

Gloria Eichner

Freddie Elliott

Eric Espinosa & Patricia Smyth-


Ellen & Joseph Everard

Yontaya Everett

Marilyn Everling

Karen Feeney

Gail Feustel

Marj Fitzpatrick

William Flynn

David Focht

Elaine Francis

Tyrique Freeman

Susan Fullerton

Laura Garstka

Revs. Alina Gayeuski & Daniel


William Gberi

Eileen & Richard Ghenn

Tia Gibbs

Mary Glickman

Good Works Team

Caesar & Sue Gorski

Jaclyn Greenberg

Judith Guise

Ingrid & Torgny Gustafsson

Jill Gustave

Susan Hagerich

Darlene Hammond

D. Bruce & Rosemary Hanes

Barbara Hannon

Adrienne & Jerard Harris

William & Paula Harris

Edythe Harrison

Barbara Hauptfuhrer

Jacqueline & John Haynes

Nancy Hendrickson

Kristine & Richard Hughey

Imprint Beer Co.

The Inception Company

Independence Blue Cross

Miylena Inthirath

Tahjmal Jackson

Jacobson & John

Dalia Jakas

Sherley Jean-Pierre

J.F. Smith & Associates

Sharita Johnson

Lynne Johnson

Joselynne Jones

Erica Jordan

Dorothy Judd

Ann Marie & Joseph Kachinski

Carol Lynne Kalish

Jeneba Kanu

Kymme & Steven Kaufman

Catharine Keim

Rev. John Kerr

Barbara Keyser

Anna Marie & Steven King

Mary & Tom Kinslow

Beverly & Dale Kochard

Jenn Kresge

Denise Ladoski

Sarah Lauro

Linda Leroux

Catherine & Thomas Lever

Adam & Caren Levin

David Levine

Aisha Locke

Locust Lane Brewery

Bruce Loversidge & Marylou


Nancy & Stephen Lynn

Angie Maher

Stephanie Malone

Angela Marshall

John Masarone & Karen ParkerMasarone

Diane Massey

Mat’s Pharmacy & Medical Supply

Mary Ellen Maynard

Harry Mazurek & Susan Shilcrat

Paul McCabe

McCaffrey’s Food Markets

Susan McDonald

Karen McGarvey

Aaron McGee

Joseph McGuire

Patricia McRay

Janet McShane

Christina & Michael Miller

William Moore

Kim Moore

Tania Moorer

Audrey Mosley

Mural Arts Philadelphia

Museum of the American Revolution

Alfreda Nagle

Marie & Ralph Neff

New Hanover Lutheran ChurchGilbertsville

Natacha Nord

Debra & Emily Nussbaum

Megan Nussbaum

Susan O’Connor

Sue Oerkvitz


Yinyinola Olapido

Janyce Olson

Barbara Orwig

Karen Paulus

Peace Lutheran Church - Perkasie

Kate & Matthew Pedicino

LaTonya Penn

Dominique Perkins

Andrea Perrone

Barbara Petroske

Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens

Eileen & William Pollick

Janice & Pamela Quinn

Philip Quinn

Sandra & William Raiguel

Joyce & William Rambo

Carl & Vivian Reese

Cathy Rich

Donna & Tyrone Ruley

Barbara & Ralph Russo

Gina Russo

Alimany Saccoh

Sheriff Saccoh

Kelly Sanders

Lucy Sanvitale

Kris Scanlon

Pamela Schaefer

Dr. Scott & Wendy Scheirer

Christopher Scholl

Charles & Dorothy Schulz

Robert Schumm

Trisha Scott

Sesame Place

Allan & Linda Shanholtz

Anthony & Elizabeth Sharkoski

Eric & Starr Shiffer

Erika & Anthony Shulkusky

Jeanette Shurow

Godfrey Shuster

Rosemarie Simmons

Lisa Simpson

Evelyn Spann

Carolyn & Tom Spencer

Barbara & Paul Starner

Jan & Susan Stefanski

Shelly Stewart-Laws

James & Marta Storm

Janet Stott

Tammi Stutzman

Junina Sullivan

Theresa Pia Suriano

Felecia Tanner

Nancy Tartaglia

Robert & Sandra Taylor

Dr. Joel & Mary Temple

David & Trina Terné

Jon Testa

Theraplay, Inc.

Petrelle Thompson

Lauren Tilghman

Ralph Todd

Fatou Toure

Geraldine Trower

Bruce & Caron Ulmer

Uticom Systems, Inc.

Dr. Bruce & Mary Beth Vanett

Isaac Vann

Judith Voyak

Johanna Walters

Dawn Elyse Warden

Tracia Knight Warner

Wanda Webb

Kathryn White

Carol & John Wildmann

Carter & Mary Williamson

Breanna Wilson

Gerald & Marie Winterstein

Aisha Witherspoon

Janet Wong

Daniel Wood

Christina Wright

Lori Zeigler

Ann & Robert Zemsky

Mark Zepp

Daniel Zepp

Robert & Susan Zimmer

Erfan Zoghi

Bendu Zoryeah

$1 - $49

The Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University

Applebee’s Grill & Bar

Edward & Mindy Abraham

William Anderson

Ann Marie & Bruno Andracchio


Pauline Baker

Sabina Baker-Tegeder

Josh & Rachael Balascak

Joy Ballard

Jan & Kevin Ballard

Pauline Barlow

Josephine Bayinka

Kathleen Belardo

Patricia Benner

Jennifer Bretz

Denise Brooks

Adrienne Browning

Linda Bucher

Raymund Capistrano

Matthew Cibelli

Maryanne Cirigliano

Cheryl & Paul Coffin

Barbara & Jerald Cohen

Michael Colter Jr.

Aruna Conteh

Chantel Coote

The Couch Tomato

Katherine Crozier

Gail Davis

George & Jane Detwiler

Alex Dittmar & Kaitlyn Ide

Janice Doan

Mary Doughty

Ashlee Downing

DONORS | 2022

DONORS | 2022

Kelli Edling

Helena & Samuel Eisenberg

Frederica Foerster

Dana Freeman

Charna Freid

Doris Gadson

Charlene Gallagher

Nashyma Gantt

Alesha Gaus

Janice Gee

Gail & Michael Gilmartin

Dehasia Gonzalez

Olivia Graham

Latoya Grant

Emily & Ron Grizer

Kathleen & Mark Grubelic

Shakia Harris

Madison Harris

Rashawn Hendricks

Lydia Hernandez

Jennifer Hirschfeld

Cheryl Hollins

Lisa Hudson

Anthony & Janet Iorio

Greglia James

Tasheena Jennings

Lana Johnson

Delphine Johnson

Kathleen Johnson

Stephanie Joyner

Ann Marie & Joseph Kachinski

Tilia Kelly

Alyssa Kilpatrick

Edith King

Jennifer Kloss

Carolyn Kulp

Lisa Lambert

Karen Lantz

Domonique Lee

Catherine Lisacchi

Mary Ann Littlefield

Kimberly Long

Lutheran Church Women of St.

Matthew - Glen Mills

Leigh Ann Massinger

Marcell Mateo

John Mberi

Christina McClendon

Arlene & Thomas McGee

Kevin & Margaret McKelvey

Ruth Meas

Ron Mentel

Geoffrey Meyers

Gracynthia Mills

Rose & Russell Milnor

Tyneka Mitchell

Brian & Kelliann Moran

Sarah Morrow

Megan Nachod

Janette Nieves

Annie O’Malley

Catherine O’Shea-Barkley

Edward Owens Jr.

Kathleen & William Pappentick

Amanda Perez

Mathilde Peter

Yolanda Phillips

AnneMarie Pirelli

Fabiola Placide

Bria Powell

Georgette Pressley

Elizabeth Rafferty

Sondra Rakowski

Isabel Ramos

Karen Raymond

Mary Rivera

Theresa Rodkey

Carol & Michael Romano

Eileen & William Roth

Martez Satchell

Nicole Savior

Lois & Robert Schultz

Shady Maple

Pauline Sherry

Mike Sielski

John Sirianni

Kimberly Smith

Margaret Smith

Fatou Sow

Marlene Spector

Leland Spicer

Doris Spina

Kim Sterling

Andrew Stilp

Carol & Donald Storey

Phady Stoutenburg

Sofia Stradinger

Shannon Super

Thierno Sy Savane

Alita Thomas

Cherese Thomas

Wanda Trent

Catherine Tucker

Sabrina Walker

Derrick Walker

Robin Ward

Vincent Waskiewicz

Christina Watkins

Pamela Wetzel

Robin Whetstone

Marsha Williams

MaryEllen Wilson

Jonel Witherspoon

Diane Wurster

John & Lydia Yost

Sara Young

Banasee Zoewah


This year, KenCrest’s Early Learning Centers had many visitors including Councilmember Derek Green, Senator Christine Tartaglione and State Representative Isabella Fitzgerald.

Gifts designated for “where it’s needed most” will allow KenCrest to address our most critical needs. You are also welcome to restrict your gift for a specific program or need, such as improvements to a community living home, transportation needs, supplies for our Early Learning Centers, or employment opportunities.


Please make checks payable to KenCrest.

Credit Cards

We accept credit cards over the phone or online at:

United Way

You can designate KenCrest through Donor Choice #00839.

Matching Gifts

Check with your HR department to see if your company has a matching gift program. The doubling of your gift has a huge impact on those we serve.

Legacy Gifts

Many donors choose to fulfill their philanthropic wishes in coordination with their financial and estate plans. You may also choose to name KenCrest as a beneficiary of your will, trust, retirement plan, or insurance policy. You may also choose to establish a gift that pays an income to you, the donor, before ultimately benefiting KenCrest.

To learn more about giving opportunities, contact Ellen Mansfield, Chief Development Officer, at 610-825-9360, ext. 1023.

At KenCrest, we offer a variety of ways for our donors to invest in our mission.
Adult Services Children Services Agency-Wide Individuals Corporations Foundations Churches & Community Organizations Bequests Children Unrestricted Endowment Covid Relief Technology Family Fund Rod Hibbard Fund Adults Foundations Churches & Community Organizations Bequests Corporations Individuals 26 BY THE NUMBERS $ 960,561.25 Total Amount Raised 652 Donors 149 New Donors this Year $ 31,629.87 Additional in Goods and Services Received Competitive Government Grants Private Funding Number of Donors Gift Designation KENCREST.ORG


Secretary Scott
Treasurer Marian
KenCrest Services Board of Directors Sheila Bruce Mona Burke President Patricia Bush, RN, MSN Hal Davidow Treasurer Mamta Maini Secretary Sean Outen President Jim Van Horn Stephen Van Osten KenCrest Connecticut 80 Ferry Boulevard Suite 102, Stratford, CT 06615 203 | 338-8585 960A Harvest Drive Suite 100, Blue Bell, PA 19422 610 | 825-9360 KenCrest Corporate Headquarters 1113 S. Governor’s Avenue Dover, DE 19904 302 | 734-3800 KenCrest Delaware
KenCrest Centers Board of Directors
Bell Merri Brown Mona Burke
Colin D. Dougherty
Alina Gayeuski Charles Horn III
Stephen Van Osten
Mansfield Chief Development Officer John Howe
Technology Officer James O’Connor
Human Resources Officer Colleen Kelly
Financial Officer
of Staff
Operating Officer