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MISSION Navos is committed to transforming the quality of life of people vulnerable to mental illness and substance use disorders by providing a broad continuum of care. We believe that diversity, inclusion, and equity are vital to living our values and achieving our mission.

VISION A healthy community in which people thrive while managing symptoms of mental illness and substance use disorders

VA L U E S We choose HOPE We embrace DIVERSITY We EMPOWER the individual We provide COMPASSIONATE CARE We do WHAT IS RIGHT We deliver COORDINATED SERVICES WE ALL HAVE THE RIGHT TO A QUALITY OF LIFE We are Navos

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Letter from the CEO Partnerships and Awards Demographics & Financials Creating Healthy Futures Donors


D E A R F R I E N D O F N AV O S , Understanding of, and treatment for mental illness have advanced significantly since Navos was founded in 1966. With the developments of new evidence-based best practices, respect for client’s preferences, and careful attention to signs of improvement, recovery is the most likely outcome.

“90% of all those we treat live at or near the poverty line.�

In my twenty years as CEO of Navos I have been proud to be part of an organization that has been a frontrunner in innovation and applying best practices in new therapies as they emerge. Navos has taken the lead in overcoming the legacy of trauma, decreasing disparities, increasing access to healthcare, and creating healthy futures for people (from infants to older adults) who are most vulnerable. In fact, 90 percent of all those we treat live at or near the poverty line, and of the children and youth we serve, the number is 92 percent. As one of the largest community behavioral health providers in the state, we continue to be a leader in developing innovative solutions that are effective in healing mental illnesses and substance use disorders. We have proudly evolved to create a comprehensive continuum of care to meet the specialized treatment needs of young children, adolescents and adults of all ages who come from diverse cultures and backgrounds. As a leader in trauma-informed care, we mitigate the legacy of traumatic stressors on children, youth and adults. With this model of care throughout all of our programs, we create a therapeutic, healing environment and eliminate potential triggers that could re-traumatize people in our care. We can be confident that science-based treatment works and that those we serve will improve their functioning no matter how severe their symptoms. Children can succeed in school; adults can live independently and succeed at work; and older adults can live well while remaining in their homes or in supportive community living situations. Navos is proud to be at the forefront of implementing emerging treatments and innovative approaches to improving care for our clients. We thank and appreciate supporters like you who are critically important to our ability to help people achieve recovery and live their best-possible lives. Your investment in Navos means we can help more people in need, giving us the ability to provide quality care beyond what public funding makes possible. You help us to be innovative in piloting new ways to serve those most vulnerable in our community. Thanks for all the good you help make happen!

David M. Johnson Ed.D, LMHC Chief Executive Officer

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PARTNERSHIPS & RECOGNITION Dedicated to ensuring that Navos is an employer, service provider and community partner that promotes diversity and champions inclusion for all By combining professional talents and clinical strengths by our affiliation with MultiCare Health System, we are in a better position to serve more vulnerable children, youth, and adults in need of our help and benefit from more fully integrated physical and behavioral healthcare to ensure the health of the whole individual and family. Recognized with a gold award for our Peer Bridger Program at the Seattle Business Magazine 2017 Washington Leaders in Healthcare Awards, in the category of “Innovative Healthcare Delivery.” Our Peer Bridger Program reduces re-hospitalizations by helping patients make a successful transition to the community after being discharged. The program brings specially trained employees, who have the benefit of “lived experience” recovering from their own serious mental illness, together with current patients. Debra Kelly, Navos Peer Bridger

Navos’ CEO, David Johnson was honored as one of the 14 Outstanding Voices of gay people in business leadership roles for 2018 by the Puget Sound Business Journal. David is passionate about decreasing the tragedy of suicide. He says, “every success we have in making society not only more accepting of sexual minorities, but actually celebrating and being glad to include LGBTQ folks, decreases the likelihood of isolation and people wrongly concluding that the world might be better off without them. My mission is to champion vibrant lives for LGBTQ people based on their strengths rather than being stuck in their mistaken sense that they are somehow “wrong” and shouldn’t expect others to treat them with respect rather than disdain.”

“I received the chance for a new beginning at Navos. Through my recovery I have reconnected with family, friends, and my community.”

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W H O W E S E RV E TOTAL SERVED

AGE RANGE

13,041* GENDER

0-5 3%

54%

46%

4 12 8 1 + 75 45+1+72819

6-18 34%

19-24 8%

3+3+915161041

25-59 42%

>60 13%

RACE/ETHNICITY

African (Ethnic): 3% American Indian: 3% Asian/Pacific Islander: 9% Black/African American: 15% Hispanic: 16% Multi-Racial: 10% Native Hawaiian: 3% White/Caucasian: 41%

*In collaboration with our consortium partners

FINANCIALS TOTAL REVENUE: $64,799,000

Public Mental Health: 76% Private Insurance and Self-Pay Patient Fees: 4% Medicaid: 12% Other Revenue, Interest, Ad Contributions: 8% King County United Way: <1%

VALUE TO THE COMMUNITY: $67,831,000*

Outpatient and Specialty Services: 45% Residential Services: 19% Inpatient Services: 28% Management and General: 7% Fundraising: 1%

*In 2017, Navos entered into an affiliation with MultiCare Health System. It was agreed to allow an increase in expenses over a three year period to modernize the infrastructure of the organization. It is fully expected that the agency will be able to maintain a positive position after the allotted revitalization time period.

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OUR WORK CHILDREN AND YOUTH IN CRISIS WITH EMOTIONAL AND BEHAVIORAL ISSUES

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CHILDREN HAVE A SERIOUS MENTAL ILLNESS

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Helped infants and young children at risk of abuse or neglect receive treatment for their parents and caregivers to break intergenerational cycles of abuse and help keep families together.

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children of all ages for trauma, emotional, and Treated mental health issues to prevent mental health problems from worsening and becoming chronic and lifelong.

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Provided safe and effective residential treatment for at risk children and teens helping them heal from past trauma and develop skills to manage their own mental health.

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Supported school age children and youth with counseling in over primary, middle, and high schools. Helped adolescents with alcohol and other drug treatment to recover

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Provided a welcoming and supportive space for and allied youth ages 13-18 to help increase their resiliency, build community, and advocate for social justice.


only possible, it is the most likely outcome.” —David M. Johnson, Navos CEO

ES FOR PEOPLE OF ALL AGES

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Provided young adults ages 18-24, transitioning from foster care with their own apartment, and life and other support services.

4,900

Treated adults in different stages of symptoms, crisis levels, trauma, emotional challenges, and psychiatric conditions recover from the challenges of mental health issues to achieve their potential for self-sufficiency and wellness. Because many adults with alcohol and substance use disorders also have a mental health illness, we developed a specialized program that helps individuals living with both challenges to recover and thrive. Provided employment training, placement and retention services to adults who expected to never work again.

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adults experiencing a life-threatening crisis make a Helped successful transition to the community after being discharged. Provided supported housing, support services, and medication adults with complex needs who would otherwise management to be homeless.

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OF PEOPLE WITH SERIOUS MENTAL ILLNESS ARE UNEMPLOYED

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Provided care to over patients in the primary care clinic within our Mental Health and Wellness Center within our Mental Health and Wellness Center since opening in 2013. Provided older adult services in adult day homes.

30 nursing homes and older

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OF THE HOMELESS POPULATION ARE PEOPLE WITH SERIOUS, UNTREATED MENTAL ILLNESS

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THANK YOU DONORS

We are grateful to the individuals, families, corporations, and foundations for their investment in sustaining our mission, programs, and services. THIS LIST REFLECTS GIFTS MADE BETWEEN JANUARY 1 AND DECEMBER 31, 2017 INDIVIDUALS $10,000-$24,999 Estate of Kathryn Barnard Dave Gwinn and Karen Pederson Chuck F. and Marie Hoffman Pat Kennedy and Melissa Ries Margaret Niles and Stephen Garratt

$5,000-$9,999 Brian Abeel and Leticia Lopez Amy Bovenkamp Bobbe and Jon Bridge Gregory J. Briggs Mark DiPaolo and Oren Townsend Patti and Gene Neuberger Judy Pigott Melet Whinston

$2,500-$4,999 Evelyne Rozner and Matt Griffin Nicholas and Diane Lovejoy Poo Penrose Dan and Nancy Schmitt Alane Simons Elizabeth and Geevy Thomas Fred and Jan Tompkins

$1,000-$2,499 Anonymous (4) Trez and Mike Buckland Shannon Corbin and Jonathan Tingstad Rebeca Dawn Jim and Geri Dykeman Patricia Ann Espedal and John Sims Dick Franks & Judy Perry Katharyn Gerlich Lisa and Phil Hay Carrie Holmes Richard and Sally Irvine Mary and Norm Ives David M. Johnson, Ed.D. Beth Joyce and Mark Patterson Christopher R. Larson Gary P. Long and Rudolph Saavedra Kay McCorkell Dominick Minotti Tom Mitchell Nancy Niles and Scott McCorkell Rick Omata and Carol Moody Jeanne Quinton Barbara Rosen Paul M. Silver and Christina Marra Bob and Danna Siverts Paul and Linda Suzman

Eric Svaren and Alice Shobe John Teutsch Catherine Wiseman

$500-$999 Anonymous Matthew C. Anderson and Lisa Vanderford-Anderson Phoebe Andrew Susan Arnold-Aldea and Gabriel Aldea Olinga Asress Harrell and Virginia Beck Rhoda and Hermann Berlin Dana Boggess and Bill Niwa Joe and Zoe Bolton Karen Brandt Alice Braverman and Patrick Kafer Marjorie Brown Diane Browning Lori & Steve Buchsbaum Leo Butzel Laura Carter Dawn Cherne Donna Christensen Rosemary Coleman and Davis Fox Christena Coutsoubos and Sean Bowles Linda Crome Ike and Josie Eisenhart Kyle Elliott Andrea Estes Liv Faris Edward Farmer Peter Farr Ellen Ferguson Jacqueline Fernandes Morgan Ferry Chris Fiori and Katie Chamberlin Richard Franko and Stephanie Bower Peter and Hope Garrett Celeste F. Gazarek and Michael D. Roberts Edie and Milan Havranek Larry Hoff Fritz and Virginia Hossman Janice Jackson-Haley & Byron Haley Keith A. Johansen Kenneth Johnson Thomas and Angela Johnson Margaret M. Kineke and Dennis West Jeff Korcz and Valorie Johnson Kathleen and Chris Kosmos Lichun Li Angus McGill Mary Jo Mehl Cynthia Murrill and John Pfeifer

Margie and Dick Newell Al and Chris Orwiler Randy Plunkett J’May and Frederick Rivara David and Donna Robbins Colin and Victoria Romero Ed Santander Julie and Jeff Schoenfeld Mary Sellers Kathryn Shields Robert Stokes Stephanie Stone and Rob Gruhl Monica Strope Aggie and Chuck Sweeney Mark Suzman and Katherine Switz Cassie and David Undlin Joan Welsh Camilla and James Winger Ann Wyckoff

$150-$499 Anonymous (7) Talis Abolins and Marla Steinhoff Dinah Aldrich Pamela Almaguer and Mitchell Bay Tricia Anderson Angela Andrew Stuart and Susan Ashmun Janet and Thomas Backus Judith Ball Thea Barrett Richard and Debbie Beaubelle Devlin Bentley Watson and Jane Blair Thomas and Susan Bordner Scott and Barbara Borth Matthew Brandenburg Herbert M. Bridge Gregory and Sharon Brigance Mathew Bueno Michael and Sherry Burke Tyler Burkland Erik Busse Janice Campbell Robert Cancro Carolyn and John Candy David Catechi and Allison Brooks Anthony Cavalieri Tom Chatriand Jessica Chow Wing Chow Freda and Rodney Cook Erin Coomer Douglas Crandall Sharon and Arthur Crisera

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Todd and Tiffany Crosby Sean Cryan Kris Cummings Gary Davis Lauren Davis Laura Denman Carla Dewberry Phylis Dickey Peggy Diggs Greg and Irma Dore Patricia E. Doyle Gary Drobnack Andrea and Doug Durbin Jennifer Ederer Chestine and Robert Edgar Gordon and Toni Edgar Mary Anne Eng Judge John P. Erlick Victoria Evans Steve and Kathy Feldman Ian Flatt Thomas Foster Leslie Fox Michael Gamon Alden Garrett and Charlie Eriksen Scott and Jennifer Gary Nora Gibson Shirley Gilford Michael and Diane Gillespie Don and Jo Ellen Gillmore John and Sally Gjendem Wendy Goffe Matthew Gordon Steve Gordon Ruth Granen Chip and Sabrina Gregory Frank and Mary Jane Guarino LeeAnn Gudeit Debra Gumbardo and Bruce Clurman Kamuron Gurol Sameena and Ali Aamer Habib David and Sandra Hanower Jane Harder Patty Hayes Colleen Hayward Admiral Thomas Hayward Judith Healy Jean Hedrick Mike Heinisch Karen Henderson Kevin Hendrix Christine Hernandez Emily Hitchens Kevin Hockley Nancy J. Holm


“Life can be difficult and sometimes we need support. I got mine at Navos.” Renee Hopkins Cynthia Hudson Gretchen E. Hund Jane Huntington Governor Jay and Trudi Inslee David and Edith Jackson Craig and Joyce Jackson David and Edith Jackson Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Jackson Daniel Jardine Henry Jerez Amy R. Johnson Heather Johnson James Johnson Betsy and Kevin Jones Michael Jurich Patricia Kelly Rhonda Klee James and Donna Knight Debbie Knightly Natalia Kohler Shari and Martin Kooistra Stacee Kratovil Stephanie Lakinski Owen Lawson Julie Lewis Paul Angela Licastro Julie Lindberg Brett Link Cameron Livingston and Stephen Hanss Erik Christensen and Sarah Lovejoy Peter Lucas Misty and Matt Lyons Roland Ma Elizabeth Macpherson Lynn Manley and Alexander Lindsey Cynthia Maroney Barbara Maurer Lynn and Damien McBride Jordan McCann Ted and Jan McCaugherty Lorne McConachie Mary McHugh Terry McInerney Liz and Alex McKallor Jim McKay Geoffery McKenzie Pierce McVey Robert Meucci Peter Milgrom Karin and Richard Miller Ellen Minotti Nicole Mirchandani Stephen Mitchell Miriam Miyake David Moffett Jen Moon Jeff Natter John and Mieko Nave Drew Ness Jim and Kay Niemi Lisa Novotne Rica and James O’Connor Kate Odom Amanda Ogden Mary Kay O’Neill Alice Ongom Kevin and Sara Oshikawa-Clay Judy Overvold Sarah Patterson James Peacey Jennifer Peters Gary and Anna Peterson

Christina Petty Tom and Elizabeth Powers John and Stephanie Pryor Geannine and Michael Purpura Mariana and Fred Quarnstrom Marcella Rader Anniley Raihl Mary Ransdell Kyle Raschkow Rena Ritchey Martin Rivera Joan Roberts Ryan Robertson and Ellen McDonald Roxann Robinson Erin Rose Amy and Kevin Rosenfield Randy Roy Terry Rudy Joseph W. Ryan and J. Lee Nelson Debra Sather Tanya Sawyer and John Milbrath Karen Schepp Melissa Schober Debbie Schultz Stephen and Jaren Schwartz Erin Scott Sharon Semegen Tana Senn Conor Sheehy Kathleen and Allen Shoup Christi Sifri Marcella Silva Rich Skalbania Kathi Skarbo Darcell Slovek-Walker Jim and Burnley Snyder Howard Springer Stephanie St. Jean Christy and Troy Stangland Kathryn and Edwin Sterner Sylvia Stevens Scott and Kelly Stevson Tobi and Tim Strevell Jennifer Stuber Frederick Swanson Michael Sweeney Julie Tall Doug and Gretchen Tapp Bryce Taylor Laurie Tempest Paul Thompson Stacey Thompson Julie Tonning and Earl Edwards Richard and Theresa Torseth Greg Traxler Carl Tully Kate Turpin and Michael Cvitkovic Beatrice and Paul van Tulder Christine VanderWerf Walter and Linda Walker Paige Wallace Chris Watson Bob Webster Kyle Weeks Stephanie Welty Erik and Althea Westover Arthur Harrigan and Carol Wilder Linda Wiley Richard Willard Trenecsia Wilson Jack and Nancy Wires Sharon Wolahan Ann Wood

Marcy Woodruff Beth Woolley Kris Yoshizawa Dori and Stuart Young

UNDER $150 Anonymous (7) Sheena Aebig-Taylor Margaret Alcorn Alyssa Aldana Jacob Allen Mr. Mathew Allore Sarah Andrabi Deborah Arnold Janet Arthur David and Charlotte Avolio Joan Baily Erin Baker John and Pamela Ball Andrew Bartram Alyxx Berg Cindy Black Brian Boram Lisa Bouska Leslie Boyce Helen Brennan Jeanne Bridgman Richard and Maria Brooks Pat Brown Kelley Brusoe Dave Budd Amanda Burris Jonathan and Alanna Burstein Marsaiah Campbell Douglas and Roberta Campbell Ravenna M. Candy Goldie Caughlan Katherine Chamberlain Sharon and Ted Chaney Noemi Chaparro Diocelina Chavez-Gonzalez David W. Coffey Jenny Cooke Malstrom and Trevor Malstrom Ben Coscarart Ellen Cravens Carlos E. Cuevas David Darby Kelsey Darlington Sheila Dawson Lisa Dean Robert Dean Julie DeDonato Robert Del Favero Shari DelaFleure Elena Derkits Janiece DeSocio Peggie Dickens and Paul Zuckerman Tony Dolezal Heidi Durham Phil Dyer Danie Eagleton Susan Eastgard Margaret Eckert Suzanne Eide Mark and Deborah Elisasen Ronald & Merry Elkin Bruce Elkington Stephanie Eller Ms. Sandra B. Ellingboe Don and Kim Elliott Scott Evans Catherine Farr Kathy Favro

Tye Ferrell and Gaukhar Serikbayeva Mary Fields Stoebuck Theresa Finch Kim Fleming Tom Forbes Dr. Gina M. Formea and Moe L. Goldberg Alicia Franklin Gwen Fraser Mark and Janet Froio Steven Gelb Mark and Leslie Gilbert Tory Gildred Barbara and Robert Giles James and Carol Gillick Jessica Gilmore Carolyn and James Grane Patricia Greer Kevin Grossman Nancy Grout Toma Hadsall Carolynn Hammen Elizabeth Hammonds Shawn Hancey Susan Harris Amanda Hatch Roxy Hathaway Noelle E. Higgins and Peter McBryan Finley Hill Jessie Hirsch Michael and Jana Hobbs Justus Holm Paula Houston Bryan Howard Mary Kay and Noel Huber Joan Hueneke Janet Huggins Jeff Hume Jan Huntley Melissa Hyman Kurt Imerman Alicia James Douglas Johnson Jane Johnson Karen Johnson Sharon I. Johnson and Gary P. Williams Jordan Jones Stephanie Jones Louise Kato Michael Katz Steve Katz Abby and Jeff Kensok David and Ann Kester Kristina Khaleghi David Kinard Darlene and Robert King Jennifer Klein Danielle Knapstad Annett Kohlman Michael Kolnoski Kim Kowis Timothy Kunkel Christiane Laakmann Chuck and Kathy Larkin Maxine Larson Scott Latiolais Karen Lee Heidi Leslie Thomas Lewis Glenn Light James Little Karen Longin Wynetta Lottie Lisa-Marie MacKenzie

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Susan Mahoney Kavita Malling Sandra and Anthony Mander Cathy Mankowski John Mantle Virginia Marr Lorrie Marrs Margaret Masar and Geoffrey Nichols Mike Massey Steven Matley Barbara Mauer Anne McBride Councilmember Joe McDermott Dr. and Mrs. Brendan McDonald Charles and Alice McGregor Heather McKinnon Judy Milburn Thatcher Milholland Maureen Miner Arlene Mitchell Jeelani Mohamed Celeste Monroe Alana and Peter Morris Kristen Moss Catherine E. Munsen Rhonda Naylor Dan Nelson John Newcombe Hartwig and Evelyn Nichols Mahlon and Jeanne Nichols Donna Nickelberry Howard and Sue Nye Kelly Ormson Lauren OToole Robert and Kim Peck Susan and John Pohl Warya Pothan Eunsook Ra Jeremy Ramirez Vicki and Edward Rauscher Andrea Reay Kathryn Reed Denise and Fred Reinke Monica Robbins Brian Roberts Sara Robitaille Richard Rocco Manny Rodriguez Patricia A. Rogers Mark and Cassie Ronish Elizabeth Rose Sarah Rothman Thomas Rubin and Nina Russell Paulina Salinas-Diaz Dario Salischiker Coe Salzgeber G. A. and R. E. Scheumann Renee Schiro Thomas Schlosser and Marilyn Loveness Steven and Patricia Schmidt Peggy Scott and Alan Stephenson Michael Sealfon Susan and John Seamens Linda Sellers Melissa Shilipetar Annelies Smith George and Susan Smith Malcolm Smith Stacy Smith Valisa Smith Vicky Smith Jacque Sorensen Anita and Albert Souza Richard Souza Cindy Spanton Cary J and Augustus Sparks Tara Stamaris Jason Steinbacher Christine Stensland Michelle and Robert Stewart Joseph and Dyann Strecker Dick and Hope Stroble

Julie Stromberg Virgilio and Alvie Marie Sumalbag Constance Swank Arlene and Dale Swanson Patsy Swartz Allen Tacke Katy Tangenberg Kanchalai Tanglertsampan Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Tolan Michael Toomey Virginia Torrence Ralph and Diane Trieselmann Mai Truong Hilary Turnberg Diane Venti and Tom Wyrick Summer Ventimiglia Cynthia Vredenburg Helena Waara Amy Wagner Scott Walden Kelly Wales Stanley and Kelly Wanless Reeve Washburn Livia Watson Leyla Welkin Matthew Weltner Sandra Westberg James Winebrenner Patricia Winslow Karen Wynott

CORPORATIONS AND FOUNDATIONS Anonymous (4) AAA Washington Abbott Construction, Inc AIDS Healthcare Foundation AmazonSmile Foundation Amerigroup Washington AT&T Computershare AT&T Atmosera Bank of America Employee Giving Campaign Bank of America Matching Gifts Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation BNBuilders, Inc. BrN Engineering, Inc Brooks Powers Group C.E. Stuart Charitable Foundation Carl Hossman Family Foundation Chapter G of PEO Chef by Request, Inc. City of Burien City of Burien, Parks & Rec. City of SeaTac Combined Federal Campaign of King County/North Puget Sound Community Health Plan of Washington Coordinated Care Costco Wholesale Crisis Clinic D.A. Davidson & Co. Delta Dental of Washington Eagle Harbor Books Eileen Fisher, Inc. Entre Hermanos Epic Seats EscrowLink, Ltd. Evelyn Egtvedt Charitable Trust Evergreen Recovery Centers / Parent Child Assistance Program Fare Start Fast Signs FirstGiving Genesis Global Spiritual Center Gradient Guild Mortgage Company Hayward Family Foundation Health Point HEN Catholic Community Services

Intalere Janssen Pharmaceuticals Inc Jeffris-Wood Foundation Johansen Mechanical Inc. Junction Flats, LLC Kaiser Permanente Karr Tuttle Campbell Kerry Oliver Guild Key Mechanical King County Elections King County Employee Giving Program King County Housing Authority King County Metro Transit – Passenger Van & Bus Tickets Kroger – Fred Meyer Community Rewards Lock and Keep Martyn Family Foundation McKay Wealth Management McKinstry Co. Charitable Foundation Meta Healthcare IT Solutions Meucci & Associates Microsoft Matching Gift Program Mike Gill Piano Tuning Mithun Mobile Giving Foundation Molina Healthcare of Washington, Inc. Moss Adams, LLP Multicare Health System Museum of Pop Culture NAMI Greater Seattle Neighborcare Health Neighborhood House Nellie Carman Trust Nesholm Family Foundation Nexus Youth and Families Nintendo of America Nordstrom, Inc. Normandy Park United Church of Christ Northwest Children’s Fund Northwest Kidney Centers Northwest Outdoor Center, Inc. oBJEKTS, LLC Pacific Hospital PDA Perkins Coie LLP Phinney Bischoff Physicians Insurance A Mutual Company Pine Street Group, LLC Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest and the Hawaiian Islands Point B Solutions Public Health--Seattle & King County Radixos, LLC Rafn Company RealNetworks Foundation RealNetworks Foundation Matching Gifts Program Regence Settlement Trust Fund Reptile Zoo Robert & Genevieve Watson Fund at the Seattle Foundation Rotary Club of Burien & White Center Rotary Club Of Lake Union Seattle Children’s Seattle Children’s Theatre Seattle Foundation Service Linen Shapiro Family Foundation Sigmund Software LLC Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence Sisters of Providence Sound Credit Union Sound Generations Susan G. Komen Puget Sound Sysco Seattle, Inc. TEW Foundation The Leslie Fund, Inc The Lightner Smith Designated Fund at The Seattle Foundation The Rite Aid Foundation Thrive Washington T-Mobile USA Inc. Toys For Kids

Truist Tulalip Tribes Charitable Fund United Health Group – Employee Giving Campaign United Way of King County UnitedHealthcare Company University Business Center University of Washington US Bank US Bank Foundation USI Insurance (formerly Kibble & Prentice) Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program Washington State Department of Early Learning Waterview Crossing, LLC Wyman Youth Trust YMCA of Greater Seattle Zero Hero

MEMORIALS AND HONORARIUMS Michael Auch and Scott Carley, in honor of David Johnson and Dominick Minotti Dr. Joan B. Chase, in honor of Dominick Minotti Susan and Tom Cunningham, in memory of Tom W. Cunningham Evelyn Edwards, in memory of Emile Beux Monika Lidman, in memory of Sharon Zerr Patricia and Leonard Schroeter, in honor of Linda Patterson and Richard Schroeter Carrie Valderas, in honor of Emilio Valderas and Emile Beux Stanley and Kelly Wanless, in honor of Megan Wanless In honor of Joshua Dezso Jim and Lynne Addington Jennifer DeCastro Michael Dyer Mr. and Mrs. Jim Frank Rama Gopinath Christine Griffith Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Haines Larry Hutchings Jodi and Dan Karr Jeanne Little Bruce and Denise Neu Joseph Pelz Jana Snyder Betsy Steen Barb Swenson In honor of Graham Gudmundson Norma and Theo Bakarich/Hull Susan Gudmundson T. E. Gudmundson Monte Naff Richard and Linda Pratt Edward and Annette Slobodian Gary and Jean Tripp June Vaughn In honor of Nat Penrose Mr. and Mrs. Cockburn Arthur and Sharon Crisera Peter and Hope Garrett Jane Harder Alden and Bev Harris Lynn Manley and Alexander Lindsey Judy Milburn Margie and Dick Newell Bill and Missy Poirier Daniel and Jacqueline Russell Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith

If your name is misspelled or omitted, please let us know at development@navos.org.

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2017 BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Don Gillmore PRESIDENT

Rebeca Dawn FIRST VICE PRESIDENT

Carrie Holmes SECOND VICE PRESIDENT

Patti Neuberger TREASURER

Brian Abeel SECRETARY

Bobbe J. Bridge BOARD MEMBER EMERITUS

Jean Ellsworth BOARD MEMBER EMERITUS

Charles F. Hoffman Janice Jackson-Haley Tom Mitchell Eric Svaren Michael Sweeney David M. Johnson, CEO

“Because of the help I received at Navos, I feel like I can handle anything that comes my way.”

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