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ANNUAL REPORT 2017


CONTENTS Dear Friends of Mission Kids,

Letter from the Board Chair...........3 About Mission Kids ..........................4 Financial Report..............................7 Major Accomplishments .................8 Help Be a Partner in Prevention......9 Mission Possible 2017....................10 Donors..............................................11 Board of Trustees and Staff........... 15

In ten short years, we have grown from an idea to a nationally accredited Child Advocacy Center (CAC) that has served 4,000 children in Montgomery County. This past year alone, the agency served 579 child victims of alleged sexual and severe physical abuse, and child witnesses to violent crime and their caregivers. One of our major accomplishments in 2017 was the move to a new, larger space to accommodate more children and families. Doubling the size of our former office, the 6,000 sq. ft. space adds a third interview room, dedicated family meeting rooms and a new space specifically designed to make adolescent victims more comfortable. The center can now comfortably accommodate three simultaneous forensic interviews, making the work environment better for all multidisciplinary team members while lessening the stress on children and families receiving services at Mission Kids. In addition, Mission Kids hired an experienced Chief Operating Officer, Leslie Slingsby, LSW. Leslie was the founding Director of the Bucks County Children’s Advocacy Center and has over fifteen years’ experience in management of child welfare and victim services. She has a Masters of Social Work with a concentration in non-profit management and social policy from the University of Michigan. I am thrilled to have her as an addition to the amazing staff at Mission Kids. I cannot begin to express the deep-felt gratitude I have in my heart for all of the support you give to Mission Kids. As we grow, so does your generosity and together we will achieve healing and justice for child abuse victims and provide them the gift of hope for a bright future. Warmly,

Maripeg Bruder Maripeg Bruder Board Chair

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Children Supported by Mission Kids in 2017 579 Forensic Interviews

Age of Victims

Mission Kids served 579 children and their families in 2017.

134 Mental Health Referrals Family Advocates made 134 referrals to trauma therapists for children following their Mission

ABOUT MISSION KIDS

Kids Forensic Interviews to ensure they received specialized mental health intervention.

92 Medical Referrals Forensic Interviewers made 92 referrals to Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia’s Child Abuse, Referral and Evaluation (CARE) Clinic following the child’s forensic interview at Mission Kids. Staffed by a team of physicians, social workers and mental health clinicians, the CARE Clinic provides specialized

13-18 Years Old — 43%

medical assessment and treatment for suspected

7-12 Years Old — 37%

child abuse victims.

0-6 Years Old — 20%

41 Court Hearings

Mission Kids strives to break the cycle of abuse by changing the process from one of fear and frustration to one of support and hope.

Family Advocates attended 41 court hearings with 104 children and family members following their

Types of Abuse Allegations

forensic interview. One mother said, “The Family

Race of Victims

Advocate called and checked on us frequently. She was there with us at the sentencing hearing and it meant more to me than I can say.”

63%

Who Are We Mission Kids is the nationally accredited Child Advocacy

of the children interviewed at Mission Kids were girls

Center serving child abuse victims and their families in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. In 2017, Mission Kids served child victims of alleged sexual abuse, severe physical abuse and witnesses to violent crime.

Our Mission Our mission is achieving healing and justice for victims of child abuse.

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Sexual — 464 Cases Physical — 125 Cases Other/Neglect — 23 Cases Witness to Violence — 23 Cases

85%

of the children knew the alleged offender

White — 53% Black/African American — 24% Hispanic/Latino — 15% Other — 6% Asian/Pacific Islander — 2%

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Our Approach Mission Kids offers a comprehensive, centrally located, multidisciplinary team response to allegations of child abuse. Child abuse victims are interviewed in a child-friendly setting by a specially trained forensic interviewer in a manner that is legally sound, neutral, fact-finding and coordinated to avoid repeated interviews and trauma to the child. Representatives of the District Attorney’s Office, law enforcement and social services work with Mission Kids as a multidisciplinary team to support and protect children throughout the legal process, preserving their physical and emotional well-being. After

I am so grateful that there is a safe, comfortable place where childhood victims of crime can be interviewed without feeling frightened or intimidated. I feel the chances for receiving more accurate information from witnesses and victims is more likely in this setting.

the forensic interview, Mission Kids continues to support the

- A father reflecting on the

children and their families with our Family Advocacy Program. Family Advocates assist with scheduling medical and mental

process at Mission Kids

health evaluations in addition to providing information and resources needed to navigate the legal system.

2017 FINANCIAL REPORT Support and Revenue Contributions

$138,127

Grant income

$398,265

Fundraising (net of direct expenses)

$336,055

Service fee revenue

$334,800

In-kind donations

Without a Child Advocacy Center:

At Mission Kids:

When a child reports

a specially trained

abuse, he/she is required

forensic interviewer

to participate in multiple

conducts one interview

sequential interviews,

in collaboration with a

each time reliving the

dedicated multidisciplinary

horror of the abuse,

team to reduce trauma,

causing unnecessary

provide healing, and

trauma and prolonging

achieve justice for

the healing process.

child victims.

At Mission Kids,

Support and Revenue

Investment income

Total support and revenue

$25,360 $429,699

$1,662,306

Investment Income — 26% Grant Income — 24% Fundraising (net of direct expenses) — 20% Service Fee Revenue — 20%

Expenses

Contributions — 8%

Program services

$860,624

Management and general

$213,569

Fundraising

Total support and revenue

$67,893

In-kind Donations — 2%

Expenses

$1,142,086

Our Community Mission Kids strives to be a leader in the field of child abuse investigations and interventions through excellent relationships with our community and the hard work provided by the staff and volunteers. Education and community outreach are the cornerstones of prevention of child abuse. Mission Kids is committed to reaching diverse communities in Montgomery County to educate them about the signs of child abuse and how to protect children.

Net Assets Unrestricted — operating assets Unrestricted — board designated

Our Partnerships Through our strong partnerships with law enforcement and mental health specialists, Mission Kids is here to help children ensure a quick path to healing.

Total unrestricted Temporarily restricted

Total net assets — end of year

$3,584,312 $27,801

$3,612,113 $16,833

$3,628,946

Program Services — 75% Management and General — 19% Fundraising — 6%

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MAJOR ACCOMPLISHMENTS IN 2017

Partnership to Better Serve Pottstown Communities

National Re-Accreditation

The Pottstown Community makes up a significant portion

re-accreditation process where Mission Kids staff, along

Mission Kids Goes International

of the children and families served by Mission Kids.

with our trusted partners, evaluated best practices

In October 2017, Mission Kids CEO Abbie Newman and

To eliminate barriers for families, Family Advocates from

set forth by the National Children’s Alliance. Mission

Mission Kids piloted a program where they contact the

Kids exceeded the ten standards of practice for Child

non-offending caregiver the day before the forensic

Advocacy Centers across the country and was granted

interview to remind them of the appointment, orient

re-accreditation by the National Children’s Alliance.

Judge Risa Vetri Ferman visited the Netherlands to attend and present at the 15th European Regional Conference of the International Society for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (ISPCAN). Their presentation focused on the creation and development of Mission Kids’ multidisciplinary approach, the importance of prioritizing the child’s needs and the benefits of having a Child Advocacy Center in each community. Over 500 child protective professionals from 62 different countries attended.

the family with the process and answer any questions. Mission Kids has seen increased attendance and has received feedback that families feel more comfortable and willing to participate when they know what to expect. In 2017, Mission Kids also teamed up with Creative Health Services, Inc. (CHS) in Pottstown to create an educational video, “Journey to Healing,” about the collaboration between Mission Kids, CHS and the Pottstown Police

Ribbon Cutting November 4, 2017

Department so that families are aware of the services and

New Office Space

In 2017, Mission Kids went through the intensive

support available to them in the Pottstown Community.

New Director of Development Mission Kids hired Director of Development Bill Hoblin in December 2017. Bill has been a fundraiser since 2004 and prior to Mission Kids, he worked at Network of Victim Assistance (NOVA) in Bucks County.

In 2017, Mission Kids more than doubled its space to accommodate the increased number of child abuse victims served in Montgomery County. Mission Kids’ new office now includes: n

Three separate interview rooms

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Several multi-disciplinary team rooms

n

Additional meeting rooms for family support

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Separate waiting areas for young children and teens

HELP BE A PARTNER IN PREVENTION

Mission Kids shares its new building with Laurel House,

Mission Kids First Annual Beef & Beer Fundraiser

an agency who serves, advocates and empowers those

Mission Kids hosted its first ever Beef & Beer fundraiser

impacted by domestic violence. This is the first time that combined child and domestic abuse offices will be co-existing in Montgomery County.

Young Friends of

on October 14th, 2017 at the Barren Hill Fire Company in Lafayette Hill. Mission Kids program staff planned a

Help Keep Kids Safe — Schedule your D2L Training Today!

successful fundraiser while also raising awareness about Mission Kids in the community. Thank you to all our generous sponsors and all 98 attendees for a fun and successful night!

What is Darkness to Light?

Committee Members Wanted! n

Give back to the community

n

Bring new ideas for philanthropy & volunteerism

n

Connect agency to new resources and communities

n

Network with peers

n Receive

events

discounted admission to select Mission Kids’

Darkness to Light’s “Stewards of Children” is a prevention training program that teaches adults how to Prevent, Recognize and React Responsibly to Child Sexual Abuse.

Who Should be Trained? The D2L Prevention Program is designed for organizations that serve youth and for individuals concerned about the safety of children. We know that when adults are trained, they feel empowered to take the steps to protect children from sexual abuse.

Mission Kids’ Reception and Waiting Areas

For more information, contact: Michelle McDyre | 484.687.2990 | mmcdyre@missionkidscac.org

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MISSION POSSIBLE 2017

Donors

The 9th Annual Mission Possible event was hosted at the Franklin Institute on Thursday, April 6th, 2017. The co-chairs of

$25,000 and Above

Elizabeth Hanley Snider

Scott Gorman

The Karabots Foundation

Suzanne T. Snyder and Robert M. Silverman

Josh and Carol Grant

NSM Insurance Group

Stradley, Ronon, Stevens and Young/ William Sasso, Esq.

Anne and Matt Hamilton

Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency (PCCD)

TD Charitable Foundation

Pottstown Area Health and Wellness Foundation

Janine and Jeff Yass

Montgomery County

the event were Kina Clark and board of trustee member Andrea Freundlich. The program consisted of opening remarks by Board Chair Maripeg Bruder, an award to Attorney General Josh Shapiro presented by CEO Abbie Newman, a speech by Sandy Brewer, Ph.D. and a live appeal by auctioneer Jeff Hammond. Mission Possible 2017 attracted 23 new sponsors and retained a large portion of the existing sponsors. Once again, we were able to meet our goal of raising one-third of our operating expenses thanks to the generosity of our donors and sponsors.

The Snider Foundation Victims of Crime Act (VOCA)

Kline and Specter Liudmila Korneenko Foundation

Richard and Barbara Barnhart

Beth and William Landman

Connelly Foundation

Battle4Children Charities

Robert and Patricia Lima

Friends of Abbie Newman

Christine and Wade Berrettini

Hogs and Honeys Foundation for Kids

Bob’s Discount Furniture Charitable Foundation, Inc.

Limerick Township Industrial Development Authority Lower Moreland P.B.A.

PECO, an Exelon company

Julie Jensen Bryan and Robert Bryan

Karen and Ron Remick

Buchanan, Ingersoll & Rooney PC

The Suzi and Scott Lustgarten Family Foundation

Strauss Foundation

Barbara Campbell and Joseph Delaney

Main Line Perinatal Associates

United Way of GPSNJ

Campus Apartments

Andy and Julie March

VNA Foundation of Greater North Penn

Capital Solutions Incorporated

Chip and Phyllis Marshall

Jessica and John Cassimatis

Dr. Jerald S. Matt & Nancy N. Matt

Robert and Amy Charles

Giovanna McKinney, C.P.A.

Karen Connor

Mercedes-Benz of Atlantic City-Fort Washington-West Chester

Harry and Kina Clark/Clark Capital Management Group

1. Ben Franklin overlooks the event | 2. Co-Chairs Andrea Freundlich and Kina Clark | 3. Kina Clark, Maripeg Bruder, Garrett Snider and Meredith Seigle |

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Creative Health Services, Inc. CT Corporation Marianne Dean

Comcast Foundation

David and Stefania DiGiallorenzo

Conicelli Toyota

Sal Diliberto and Mary Jo Katona

Einstein Medical Center, Montgomery

The Do Gooders

Firstrust Bank

Gary and Vicki Erlbaum

Genuardi Family Foundation

Hugh and Saskia Evans

Gretz Beer Company

Mary and Joseph Fenkel

Kappa Delta Eta Theta

Lynne R. Ferman

The Kulicke Fund

Jonathan and Catherine Fiebach

David & Pauline LeVan

Dina and Michael Fink

M & T Bank/Wilmington Trust

Dr. Bruce Freundlich and Mrs. Andrea Freundlich

Harry Madonna 8

Limerick Township Police Association

Eric Brooks and Annie Duke

Jim and Ali Bruder

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Independence Blue Cross

Joe and Helaine Banner

Mr. and Mrs. Eustace W. Mita & Icona Resorts

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Jeffrey and Marjorie Honickman

Mark and Marianne Keating

Joseph Bilinski Charitable Trust

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Mr. and Mrs. Gary Holloway, Sr.

Anonymous (2)

$5,000 to $9,999

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Alexander and Bunny Hill

The Marcia & Ned Kaplin Foundation

Comcast NBC10 Telemundo62 Flyers Charities

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Edward M. Henricks

Melissa and Paul Anderson

The Child Development Foundation

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$1,000 to $4,999

The Heart Center of Philadelphia

Craig A. Altman, PC

$10,000 to $24,999

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The Wawa Foundation

Mimi and Michael Greenly

PA Chapter of CACs and MDTs Lori Nicoletti Peruto, Esq. and John Peruto, Esq.

4. Stephen Shapiro, Josh Shapiro and Maripeg Bruder | 5. 2017 Board Members at Annual Event | 6. Josh Shapiro and Abbie Newman | 7. Josh Shapiro,

Montgomery Bar Foundation Russ and Suzanne Naylor Judy and Bud Newman Kristen and David O’Brien Cozen O’Connor Donna Parisi Michael and Susan Paul Robert Pressman Dr. and Mrs. Michael Romanowicz Wendy and Paul Rosen Marcia and Ron Rubin Saltz, Mongeluzzi, Barrett and Bendesky Dr. Richard and Mrs. Nancy Schmidt

Lynne and Bill Garbose

Schultz & Williams

Cindy and Kent Gehret

Meredith Seigle, Esq.

Jim and Trish Gorman

Dr. and Mrs. Lewis Sharps

Patricia Gorman Associates

Bernard Shields

Maripeg Bruder, Nick and Athena Karabots | 8. Sandy Brewer and Garrett Snider | 9. 2017 Host Committee 10

Grants

Government Funding

Mission Possible

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Silver & Silver

William and Kathie Bonner

Agnes Shields Finigan

Paula Jones

Buzz Miller and Judi Goldstein

Mitchell and Amy Russell

Denise and Sam Silvers

Albert and Inge Breuers

Brian and Penny Fontaine

Patricia Kairunas

Dan Mita

Dr. Pamela Russell

Scott and Susan Snyder

Sandy Brewer, Ph.D.

Fraternal Order of Police Lower Merion

Adam and Lauren Kaliner

Elizabeth Mita

Zeik Saidman and Alana Smart

The Specter Foundation

Samia Bristow

Sylvia Freed

Lauren Kane

Allan and Sandy Molotsky

Christin and Danny Salazar

Craig Spitzer and a2c

Donna Brooks

Friends of Lisa Kilgore/Techvolunteer

Michael Katch

Salon Cachet

Stevens & Lee

Frank and Mary Brulenski

Edmund and Sharon Gaffney

Danielle Katz

Montgomery County Child Advocacy Project

Toby Strogatz and Stephen Klein

Bryn Mawr Dermatology

Jack Garden and Abbie Newman Garden

Michael and Sharon Katz

Montgomery County Counseling Assoc

Judy and Nick Sborlini

Caitlin Kelly

Montgomery County Lodge #14 FOP

Victoria Scheinfeld Scott Schultz

Stumar Investigations/Stuart & Lorraine Drobny

Carey Burke Sara Campbell

Alan and Susan Geisler

Megan L Kelly

Linda Moser

Jane and Jim Sutow

The Cantafio Family

Laurence P. Genuardi

Debby Kendall

Spencer Mullaney

Regina Schwille Dave and Gail Sell

Galen B Sylk

Michael Charles Capperella

Malcolm George

Jennifer D Kerper

E. Murdoch Family Foundation

Leonard and Barbara Sylk

Glenn Carr

Jody Gerstman

Margaret Kerper

Dr. Brien Murphy

SF Cleaning LLC

Meaghan Kerper and Alan Smedburg, II

Michael Murray

Aaron L. Shapiro Trust Steven A. Shapiro

The Harriette S. & Charles L. Tabas Foundation Taphouse 23 Scott and Karen Tarte United Way of GPSNJ Univest Banking, Insurance, Investments.

Ellen Churchill

Thomas and Sophie Gibson

Pat Ciarrocchi

The Gillen Family Charitable Fund

Sean Kilkenny

Dr. and Mrs. Saul Neubauer

Phil Cieri

Tracy and Marc Ginsburg

Fred Kirschner

Ellen Nolan

Clayton and Oteria Sheldon

Bert and Lynda Kohlman

James Nolen, III

Paul Gregory Shelly The Shipley School

Citadel Federal Credit Union

Dale and Cindy Goldberg

Melissa Codkind

Judy and Ben Goldman

Josh Krack

Norma Michaels Entertainment

Donna Coghlan-Pasquale

Richard Goldstein

Eileen Krause

Norristown FOP Lodge #31

Mark Shrier Chris Shriver

Upper Merion PBA

Alexandra Cognetti

Leslie Gomez, Esq

Tina Krinsky

Kevin O’Brien

Upper Perkiomen POA

Audrey Cohen

Matt Gorman

Rebecca M. Landes

George John Ohrin

Ms. Annette Silvers

Archie and Helene Van Beuren

Hope Cohen/Crave Philly

Kenneth and Jennifer Lawrence

Michael O’Mara

John Silverthorne

Will and Jennifer Wermuth

Terri Cohen

Raymond Gough

Seth Lehr

Mary Katherine Ortale

Judy Sima

Whitemarsh Police Officers Benevolent Associaton

Martha Cohn

Crystal Gray

Bruce and Robyn Leto

Keith Parker

William and Nancy Simkiss

Jacqueline Letrinko

Dr. Curt I. and Susan Parnes

Donald Joseph Siok Leslie Slingsby

WSFS Bank

Up to $999 Timothy Abell Joseph and Tracy Abriola Jonathan Alderson Jackie Allen Curt Alloy AmazonSmile Foundation Anonymous (2) Phil Apostol Dr. Valerie Arkoosh BAM Aesthetics Concierge Peter Barsz BCK & Associates, LLC Steven A. Beck Jake and Rachel Becker Eileen W. Behr Drs. John Beight and Marcelle Shapiro Lynn Berger Fred and Bryna Berman Kevin and Meredith Berry The Blum Family Foundation Jeff and Mary Ann Bond 12

Jamie Garden

Salon D’JenElle, Inc.

Mike Coleman

Mary Jo Gormley

Jessica Grayson

Katie Colgan Vodzak

Richard Green

Steven and Beryl Levin

Kim Pearl

Conshohocken Police Association

David Greenwald

Lindsay Insurance Group, Inc.

Linda Peritz

Gary and Gina Smith Garrett Snider

Charles Conway

Joseph and Jacque Halpin

David and Susan Lipson

PG Commercial Real Estate Inc.

Fred and Lynne Cooper

Marci Hamilton

Leslie R. Littman

Philadelphia Eagles

Alan Spiegel

Lane Lohman

Abbie Phillipson

Bill and Sherrie Spiegel Edward and Debra Strauss

Cross Medical Group

Mark Hammond

Dale and Bob Cucuel

Mary J. Hamric

LTXTECH.com

Rose Pimpinella

Marc and Marjorie Curtis-Cohen

Tricia Mackay

PJM Interconnection

Gerald and Kris Strid

DDCworks

Hanbidge Law, LLC/ Elizabeth Hanbidge, Esq.

David C. Magagna

Rosemary Porretti

Beth Sturman

Representative Madeleine Dean

Roger and Edwina Hansen

MarinaMakaronMoscow

Jessica Potts

Eileen Sullivan

Thomas DeBiasio

Carol Harkins

Jerry and Janice Malett

Pottstown Police Officers Association

Mike and Maggie Sweeney

Douglas Dinwoodie

Robert Harmelin

Barbara L. Mancini

The Prime Rib

Robert Tabas

Jerome and Angel DiPentino

William Harrer

Manko, Gold, Katcher & Fox, LLP

Constance Prince

Jill May Thomas

Barbara D’Onofrio

Katharine Julia Hart

John Thomas

Margaret and Michael Driscoll

Stitch Haus

David Markowitz, DMD/Lower Merion Orthodontics/Blue Bell Orthodontics

Linda Prisco Mike Rae

Steven Tolliver

Drucker & Scaccetti, P.C.

Deb Heffner

Jo Ann Massengill

Beth Ray

Mary Ellen Tomaine

Lisa Dudash

Clare Henderson

Jonathon McAuley

Raymour & Flanigan

Guy Torsilieri

Nick Dumas

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Henricks

Michael and Lorraine McCamley

Polly Raynor

Rogan and Mary Q Dwyer

Herb and Lou’s Infused Cubes

Mike McCrystal

Real Property Capital Inc.

Towamencin Police Benevolent Association

East Norriton Township Police Association

Kimberlee and John Herd

Brendan McDermott

Jeff and Ali Reich

Susan Tymon

Drs. Edelman and Stevenson

Horsham Township PBA

Christine McDyre

Christa and Michael Reynolds

Kathleen Ulrich

Kirstin Engelman

Kathy Hydier

Delores McDyre

Irene & Les Rosenbaum

Sara Erlbaum

J Bradwells Home Furnishings

Robert and Patricia McDyre

Linda Rosenthal and John Lyons

United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners

Exude HR

Harrison and Erika Jacobs

Karen McGowan

Steve Ross

United Way of Greater Portland

Tom Federman

Lynne Jacobs

Scott and Malissa McGowan

Eileen Roth

The Ferman Family

Wayne and Debbie Jefferson

Chief Thomas Medwid

Lesley Russell

Upper Dublin Police Benevolent Association 13


Upper Moreland Township Police Benevolent Association

Lewis and Eileen Wedeen

Tyler Wren

Kristen O’Brien

Prime Intensity Training

techVolunteer

Wegmans

Patricia Yasky

Olivet Schwenkfelder United Church of

QVC

Temple Athletic Marketing Office

The Daniel Veloric Foundation

Chris Weikel

Yoga Habit LLC

Christ

Rebounderz, Inc.

Senator Pat Toomey

Chris Visco

David Weiner

Young Adjustment Company, Inc.

Olympia Pizza

Reliable/Mike Trudgeon

Trinity Lutheran Church

Wendy Voron

Aaron Weitz

Mike Zolot

Oyster House

The Ritz Carlton Philadelphia

Valley Forge Flowers

Maureen Wade

Wenzco

Sal Panasci

Rizzieri Salons, Spa & School

Valley Forge Security

Kevin and Harriette Waldron

West Norriton Police Association

The Andy Warhol Museum

Westrum Development Co.

Dear Friends,

Robert Ryan Catering

Thomas and Marlene Waldron

PennSuburban Chamber of Greater Montgomery County

This report includes all gifts made

Scent and Sip

Wayne Bed & Breakfast Inn

Philadelphia Phillies

to Mission Kids from January 1, 2017

Claudine Schull

The Westin Philadelphia

Philadelphia Rock Gym

through December 31, 2017. If you

Six Flags Great Adventure

Witt Pilates

Philly Soft Pretzel Factory

find an error or omission, please

SlyFox Brewery

Classic Rock 102.9 WMGK

Please Touch Museum

accept our apologies and notify Bill

Sonesta Philadelphia

Woodmere Art Museum

The Pour House

Hoblin, Director of Development

St. John Boutique

Yards Brewing Company

at bhoblin@missionkidscac.org or

The Preservation Society of Newport County

The Stone Rose Restaurant

KYW Radio

484-687-2990, x1019.

The Prime Rib

SugarHouse Casino

Zavino Hospitality Group

Dr. David and Elissa Waldstein

Joseph and Gretchen White

Patty Walker

Whitpain Police Association

Maryanne L. Walsh

Willig, Williams & Davidson

Dr. Bettyruth Walter

Vanessa Wimberly

William Walter Cathy Ward

Denise A. Wine, Financial Advisor Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC

Chris Watkins, Sr

David and Susan Wolk

Charles G. Watkins, Sr.

Women’s Guild of Wentz’s United

Charles Watkins

Church of Christ

2017 Board of Trustees

In Kind Donors

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Board Officers

Acme

Club La Maison

Frosted Cake Studio/Susan Parnes

Adventure Aquarium

Comcast Government & Regulatory

Fun and Function

Agilecat/The Standard Group

Affairs

Giant Food Stores

Allure Medispa

Comedy Cabaret

Gladwyne Personal Training

Ambler Theater, Inc.

Communications Services & Support/ Frank Cymbala

Patricia Gorman

Aneu Catering Ballard Spahr, LLP

Kori Connelly

Hidden Creek Golf Club

Barbarella Salon

Conshohocken Brewing Company

Barre 3 Rosemont

The Couch Tomato

Beethoven Wraps

Crooked Eye Brewery

Home Grown

Chief Scott Bendig

Christine Berrettini

Cross Medical Group

The Inn at Grace Winery

Barbara Campbell

BJ’s Wholesale Club

Benjamin Crowle

Robert Isen

Meredith Booz

Crown Trophy Conshohocken

Amy Charles, Esq.

Juniper Wind Designs

Pat Ciarrocchi

Bowden Photographics

Dalia Hair & Color Studio

Kellmer Jewelers

Eileen Boyle

DDCworks

Jennifer Kolmer

Vera Bradley

Del Frisco’s of Philadelphia

Kramer Portraits

Maripeg Bruder

DISNEY

The Logan

Bryn Mawr Dermatology

Sheila Donahue

Marlene Mash

Bucks County River Country

Dutch Wonderland

McB Designs

Jennifer Bundy

eb Logix Inc./Stan Briddes

Robin McGeever

Busy Bees

Elegance by Edythe

McKenzie’s Brew House

Buttercup Beads

Carlton Epps

Millennium Hair and Day Spa

Barbara Campbell

Thomas Fallon Photography

Nicole Miller Philadelphia

CBS 3

97. 5 The Fanatic

Elisa Morris

CBS Radio

B. Forman Co. Inc.

Mystic Pizza

Chestnut Hill Business Association

FOX 29

Steffanie Naiberg

CHOPS Restaurant and Bar

The Franklin Institute

Neiman Marcus

Tim Cifelli

Andrea Freundlich

Normandy Farms

Gretz Beer Company Becca Hoetger Joel Homan

Maripeg Bruder Chair

Tim Cifelli

Anthony Rodriguez, M.D.

Hope Cohen

Amalia Romanowicz, Esq.

Ron Remick, MBA, Ph.D. Vice Chair

Kathleen Colgan Vodzak, Esq.

L. Scott Schultz

Giovanna McKinney, C.P.A. Treasurer

Andrea Freundlich

Meredith Seigle, Esq.

Michael B. Greenly, C.P.A.

Bernard Shields

Pauline LeVan

Kevin R. Steele

Peter Madden

Iliana Strauss

Kenya Mann Faulkner, Esq.

Oscar Vance

Joseph W. “Chip” Marshall, Esq.

Howard Weitz, M.D.

David Morris

Michael Williams, Esq.

Dina Fink, J.D. Secretary

Board Members

Jacqui Neulinger Abbie Newman, R.N., J.D. Lori Nicoletti Peruto, Esq.

2017 Staff Kimberly Arrowood, BSW Family Advocate Supervisor

Michelle McDyre Development & Outreach Coordinator

Leslie Slingsby, LSW Chief Operating Officer

Cristina Diaz** Development and Outreach Manager

Michelle Mockus** Development and Outreach Supervisor

Crystal Gray, MS Bi-lingual Forensic Interviewer

Kelli Murphy, MA Grants Manager

Maggie Sweeney, MSW, LSW Manager of Forensic Services/Forensic Interviewer

Bill Hoblin Director of Development

Abbie Newman, RN, JD Executive Director

Meaghan Kerper, MSW Forensic Interviewer

Christin Salazar Bi-lingual Family Advocate/Forensic Interviewer

Sylvia Kershaw Bi-lingual Family Advocate

Judy Sborlini Finance Manager

Susan Tymon Case Coordinator Amber Warren Family Advocate Chuck Watkins** Development Director ** Former Staff 15


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