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Community Quest, Inc.

Community Housing & Employment Services

Annual Report 2010

“Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.” —Helen Keller


Community Quest, Inc.

Community Housing & Employment Services

dedication As a proud American who loves this country and values all who served this mighty nation, I proudly endorse the entire staff of Community Quest, Inc. in their endeavors to uplift and house our veterans in need. Please join me to spread awareness. The attached flyer at the back of the report is an opportunity to contribute to make this project a fabulous success. ~April Kauffman, Community Quest Foundation Board Member

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Index

Index

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Visibility

Page 4 Community Quest Team Page 5

Greetings

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Mission & Leadership

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Serving the Community

Page 9 -10 Achievements Page 11-12

Success

Page 13-14 Commitment to Quality Page 15-16-17-18 Progressive Page 19

Financial Performance

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Gratitude

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Visibility

Visibility Community Quest, Inc.

COMMUNITY QUEST , INC. Administrative Community Living Supported Living Program 6814 Tilton Road Egg Harbor Township, NJ 08234 (609) 646-0388

CAREER QUEST DIVISION Supported Employment Services Supported Employment Long Term Retention 6814 Tilton Road Egg Harbor Township, NJ 08234 (609) 677-0421 Work First New Jersey Community Work Experience Work First New Jersey Supported Work Work First New Jersey Retention Pleasantville One Stop 3 South Main Street Pleasantville, NJ 08232

HOME QUEST, INC Corporate Office 6814 Tilton Road Egg Harbor Township, NJ 08234 (609) 646-0388 Tucker’s Walk 37 East Main Street Tuckerton, NJ 08087 Veterans Point at the Gates 555 Shore Road Somers Point, NJ 08244 Woodbine Living Complex 1439 De Hirsch Ave Woodbine, NJ 08270

SUBSIDIARIES Community Quest Foundation, Inc., (609)646-0388 Med A Quest, LLC, 1-888-Staff-29 Pivot, LLC 6814 Tilton Road Egg Harbor Township, NJ 08234 (609) 646-0388

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Community Quest Team

Community Quest Team

Community Quest Foundation, Inc.

Home Quest, Inc. Pivot Staffing, LLC

Career Quest Division

Human Resources Division

Finance Division

Med A Quest, LLC

DRA, Inc.

Community Living Division

Tucker’s Walk, LP

Day Program

Supported Employment

WFNJ CWEP

WFNJ Job Readiness & Retention

SLP Respite

Supervised Apartments

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Group Homes

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Greetings

Greetings Meet Our Chairman of the Board Dear Friends: As Chairman of the Board for Community Quest, Inc., I am happy to present this Annual Report to you. I think by reading it through you will be happy with the progress made by our companies in providing quality services, primarily in the areas of housing and employment, to our neighbors in need of such products. Although we have been developing new and innovative ways to present these products to existing and new populations, we have not neglected the projects and services that have gotten us to this point in our development. Our board feels that there is always room for innovation and it is necessary to make changes when change is necessitated. We keep current because we know that just because a method worked yesterday, that does not mean it will work today. We will always search out the best and most productive ways to help our customers attain the highest level of living that is possible for them. Thank you for taking the time to review this report. Please feel free to contact us if you think we may be able to help you, a family member, or a neighbor to reach their highest potential. Yours Truly,

Joseph Gleason Chairman of the Board

Greetings from the President On behalf of our Board of Directors, persons we serve and our staff, I am happy to be able to present this report to you. This past year, although a difficult one, has proven to be one of continued opportunity in both the housing and employment realms. Community Quest, Inc., continues to have a mission of positively affecting the quality of life for low income individuals and families in New Jersey and neighboring communities by providing innovative housing and employment and a vision of being one of the recognized leaders in New Jersey and neighboring communities by providing quality services in the field of customized housing and career development. If any year would have deterred us from these lofty goals and objectives, it would have been this difficult one, considering all of the economic downturns and reduced governmental funding; but the leadership of our dedicated Board of Directors encouraged and directed staff to keep focused and continue moving forward. Through their continued advice, council and expertise, we have been able to weather the storm and maintain the high quality of service that the people we serve are used to. Thank you for your continued support of our programs and efforts, and rest assured that your contributions, both financial and otherwise, have been and continue to be greatly appreciated. Please be sure to visit our website at www.cqinc.org to keep current concerning Community Quest, Inc., news and events. Sincerely,

Daniel Kelly President

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Mission

Mission

MISSION To positively affect the quality of life for individuals and families in New Jersey and neighboring communities by providing housing and employment.

VISION To be the recognized leader in New Jersey and neighboring communities in providing quality services in the field of customized housing and career development.

Leadership

Leadership

BOARD OF DIRECTORS Community Quest, Inc. Joseph Gleason Chairman of the Board Sun Bank

Community Quest Foundation, Inc. Patti Rudasill

Kenneth Spawton Secretary-Treasurer Fox Chase Bank Immediate Past Chairman Atlantic City Electric, PHI Company

William J. Sapio, MAI NorthStar Appraisal

Maryann Scott Community Advocate Harrah’s Entertainment

Chairperson Community Advocate

Chairperson Disabled Korean Veteran

Justine Coyle

Kellie Spawton

Co-Chairperson TD Bank

E. Daniel “Dan” McMahon, Jr.

Home Quest, Inc. Tom Messina

Carol Lynch

US Coast Guard Retired Secretary Cape Bank

Environmental Technical Services

Tim Montagano

Kathy Azeez

Treasurer Community Advocate

Community Advocate

Mariluz Gonzales Sun National Bank

April Kauffman Artistic Salon, Cherry Caterers, & Endocrinology Associates

Fred Vineyard American (AMVETS)Veterans United States Navy

Tasha Jones Living Without Limits

Chris Karver Community Advocate

Marie Kolbe Community Advocate

Disabilities Resource Association, Inc.

Rudy DuBois

Maryann Scott

Community Advocate

Chairperson Community Advocate

Joe Gleason Treasurer Sun Bank

Kenneth Spawton Fox Chase Bank

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Serving The Community

Serving The Community

Community Quest, Inc. Community Living Individuals with a variety of disabilities live together in our group homes in a family-like environment. Each home is reflective of the individuals who reside there. They are assisted with daily life skills such as meal preparation and personal needs by a caring team who has chosen to dedicate their careers to helping others. Each program promotes a teaching environment to help individuals reach their potential and enjoy an excellent quality of life. Our Supervised Apartment program provides individuals with mild disabilities the opportunity to live “on their own.� Two people share an apartment and are comforted to know that support staff is on site around the clock.

Supportive Living Program The Supportive Living Program offers independent living for individuals requiring minimum support. The men and women in this program live on their own, in their own apartment in the community of their choice. Many of them are employed in neighborhood businesses. We provide assistance with organizing their finances, accessing transportation, arranging and getting to medical appointments and other case management needs.

Career Quest Division Supported Employment Services This program has helped many individuals experience the personal gratification and rewards of being a viable member of the community workforce. Highlights of this program include working one-on-one with an Employment Consultant to receive career counseling, pre-placement, job placement, on the job training services, advocacy and employment retention supports.

Work First New Jersey Job Readiness Program The goal of this service is to encourage and support individuals to transition from dependency to independence through the world of work. Through a motivational classroom series, participants receive pre-placement, career guidance, and job placement services. Staff provide direction and insight regarding the benefits to having a strong work ethic and achieving self sufficiency.

Work First New Jersey Retention Program Graduates of our Supported Work Program receive individual supports to assist them in maintaining employment through mentoring, case management and crisis intervention. This program works to continually empower participants by providing coping skills for issues such as financial management, the demands of balancing a family and employment, and filtering out the negative influences in their personal environment to keep them on a focused path.

Work First New Jersey Community Work Experience This unique program affords participants the opportunity to gain work experience through organized volunteer positions in the community for a period of six months. This program is targeted towards individuals transitioning from welfare to work who lack job experience or who have been out of the work force for an extended period of time. Participants are able to acquire the general skills, training, knowledge, and work habits necessary to successfully obtain employment.

Youth Quest Program This twelve month funded program focused on at risk youth by providing guidance and resources to successfully enter the workforce or pursue continuing education. A culinary component provided an interactive training opportunity which stimulated creativity, planning skills and provided youth with the opportunity to learn in a positive team environment.

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Serving The Community

Serving The Community

Subsidiaries Community Quest Foundation, Inc. This 509 (a) 3 corporation was established to generate funding for the mission of Community Quest, Inc. This corporation was formed in 2007 as a solution to the reduction in government funded programs. The foundation provides Community Quest, Inc. with the ability to take advantage of opportunities that allow us to continue making a significant impact on the affordable housing and employment issues facing those who depend upon us for help in the community.

Med A Quest, LLC Med A Quest is a medical and mental health resource staffing company serving all of New Jersey specializing in resources for any type of medical, mental health, and home health care facility. All nurses are fully licensed with the New Jersey Board of Nursing and all clinicians are licensed with the New Jersey Board of Social Work Examiners. Every resource is screened to comply with the strictest standards in the State. Med A Quest provides staffing professionals with the following credentials: • Nurses – C-PA / APN / RN / LPN / CNA / CHHA • Mental Health Professionals - LSW / LPC/ LAC / LCSW / CADC • Direct Care Staff and Management Staff • Occupational / Physical Therapists • Nutritionists / Dietitians-RD • Medical / Administrative Assistants

Home Quest, Inc. Home Quest, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Community Quest, Inc., is a 501 ( c ) 3 corporation. Established in 2007, Home Quest became the first to develop permanent housing for veterans in the state of New Jersey with Veterans Point at The Gates in Somers Point, N.J. and Tucker’s Walk in Tuckerton, N.J. Both programs are entirely for veterans and active duty military with Veterans Point housing families as well as individuals. Our supportive housing programs are unique; providing a permanent place to live, accessible design for aging residents and people with disabilities, the inclusion of green sustainable design features that consider the health of residents and the environment, and access to services available in the community. All residents have access to employment services through our Career Quest division and medical staffing through our Med A Quest subsidiary.

Pivot Staffing, LLC Pivot Staffing is a core business resource staffing company serving all of New Jersey. We specialize in business resources for virtually any industry. Our resources are selected based on their core business experience with an in-depth knowledge of the specific industry. Every resource is screened to comply with the strictest standards in the State including a criminal background check, driver’s license check, drug screening, reference and employment verification, medical clearances, and customer-specific screening. Pivot Staffing provides staffing professionals under the following disciplines; financial, human resources, marketing, management, facilities, business development and information technology.

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Achievements

Achievements Accomplishments

Home Quest, Inc. celebrated the ground breaking of our Tucker’s Walk Veterans Project; the first permanent housing to be built in the State of New Jersey. Home Quest, Inc. entered into a partnership with The Gates at Somers Point, N.J. to establish Veterans Point, permanent affordable housing for Veterans in New Jersey. Community Quest, Inc. received our 5th consecutive Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities, a national accreditation signifying the highest level of quality. Birth of Pivot, LLC a core business staffing resource generating unrestricted revenue for the mission of Community Quest, Inc. Successful annual inspection conducted by the State of New Jersey Department of Human Services, Office of Licensing for meeting the requirements and regulations of the New Jersey Statute for our community living residential group homes. Youth Quest Program participants prepared and presented a holiday meal for residents of Meadowview Nursing Home in Atlantic County under the guidance and instruction of local Chef Nick Deliberis. Beyond our annual internal and external audits, the strength of our corporation was further identified through the compliance with an additional Federal audit by the Social Security Administration and an additional State audit by the Department of Human Services Division of Developmental Disabilities. President Daniel Kelly was recognized for his 15 years of dedication and leadership. Eleanor Lesbirel, Vice President of Human Resources, celebrated her 20th employment anniversary. Residential Group Home Manager Helen Coward was honored with the Community Quest Employee of the Year Award for her dedication to our mission and exemplary work performance. Med A Quest, LLC celebrated their 4th year in business and continues to expand their services throughout the Delaware Valley. This social enterprise continues to be a key factor in our long term strategic planning.

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Achievements

Achievements

Community Events

Community Life Fair We collaborated with Harrah’s Entertainment and other local non-profits by serving on an advisory committee to help plan a “Community Life Fair” event to be held every year in September at Caesars Hotel & Casino. The event was organized to distribute information and present workshops on topics of health and wellness, education, and a variety of community resources for Atlantic City residents. Fishing at The Pier We held our first collaborative benefit with Atlantic Cape Family Support Organization, by pooling resources, and creating a fishing game. The event mutually benefited the two organizations, participating businesses, and our Youth Quest program. The benefit supported programs for youth who struggle with mental, emotional, and behavioral challenges. Carrabba’s “Boss’ Day” The 3rd Annual commitment of Carrabba’s Italian Grill in hosting our “Italianfest” benefit has helped to bring the corporate community together every year for an exclusive lunch outing. The event was created to celebrate “co-workers and bosses” from local businesses while providing awareness of our community programs. Good Neighbor Golf Classic The Classic celebrated its 20th Annual event in 2010 at Harbor Pines Golf Club. The tournament’s ongoing success over the years is attributed to the hard working efforts of our 13 member golf committee. FUNday at Playland This event has brought 12 years of FUN to families from all parts of the tri-state area who come out to enjoy a day at Playland’s Castaway Cove. Atlantic County Utilities Authority “Supercan” mascot greeted children this year as they started their FUN-filled day. Thanks to the generosity of Playland Park, this 4 hour sponsored event contributes additional funding that is needed to care for the populations that we serve. Cruising for a Cause We sailed the inlet waters of Atlantic City at sunset for our inaugural “Cruising for a Cause” FUNraising event with Atlantic City Cruises in July.

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Success

Success

KATHLEEN’S STORY Everyone experiences that turning point in life when we step out from our youth and take the leap into adulthood. The phase of life that has trepidations, learning curves, and moments of uncertainty. In 1995 Kathleen Scudder had just graduated from high school and was ready to take that leap. Fortunately, the Supported Employment program at Career Quest was there to guide her on the path to employment, providing encouragement, support and training. Kathleen obtained employment at The Olive Garden shortly after graduation. The staff embraced Kathleen as one of the team. Kathleen made huge strides in her independence by accessing New Jersey Transit Access Link, learning her new job tasks and getting acclimated to her new position through the support of her Employment Consultant at Career Quest, her family and natural supports. Through this experience Kathleen has recognized the importance of hard work and commitment. Every day she wears her crisp pressed uniform on which she proudly displays her many merit pins. Although Kathleen has experienced a huge accomplishment, she welcomes the continued support that she receives through Career Quest’s Long Term Follow Along Program. In September of 2010, the Olive Garden hosted a special luncheon in Kathleen’s honor to celebrate her 15 years of employment. The feeling in the room was joyous and filled with accolades but most impressive was the overwhelming sense of appreciation for Kathleen from her co-workers. Her success and 15 years of employment are a true inspiration to others.

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Success

Success

GEORGE’S STORY Perhaps it was fate that brought George Benner to Community Quest, Inc…. A veteran of the Vietnam War who had fallen on hard times, George reached out to Community Quest in desperate need of housing. A severe car accident had left his upper body broken, resulting in months of rehabilitation and ultimately costing him his employment of 22 years. Battling a diagnosis of chronic osteoporosis, and unable to cover his living expenses, his house ended up in foreclosure and George found himself homeless. A highly educated individual with a successful career that included working as an investigator for the federal government in addition to many years in the casino industry, George was stunned to find himself in this situation. However, George refused to allow himself to fall victim to self pity. When he read about Community Quest’s new initiative to help homeless veterans with housing at the Veterans Point at The Gates, he immediately reached out. The opportunity for housing at Veterans Point provided a turning point for him that represented light at the end of the tunnel. “This could not have come at a better time in my life. I was beyond allowing my pride to interfere with the offer of help from others. Thanks to Kerrie Kelly, Senior Vice President of Finance and Program Expansion, I now have a roof over my head and hope for the future.” This positive outlook has led George to new opportunities. He has taken on the volunteer role of Tenant Liaison at Veterans Point. George is quick to add that he won’t take on a task unless he is sure he can master it. He generously helps other veterans by providing support as he understands first hand the unexpected turns that can occur in life. The ability to accept help from others has provided George the rewarding opportunity to give back. Thank you, George.

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Commitment To Quality

Commitment To Quality HEARTFELT THOUGHTS From our Veterans

“Community Quest, Inc. is a great organization. The city of Somers Point fully supports their endeavors to provide housing for veterans at Veterans Point.” Mayor Jack Glasser, United States Air Force, Retired from NJ Air National Guard

“I believe Veterans Point is an outstanding project.” Joe Hutchinson (Hutch) President of the American Legion, Post 352 Somers Point

“As a veteran, I cannot say enough good things about Community Quest. Given the economic and budgetary climate of the past several years the agencys’ accomplishments are very impressive.” John Capasso, Northfield-Linwood Kiwanis Club

STRENGTHS COMMENTED From our Volunteers

“Community Quest’s ambition and zeal is really admirable. To participate in their activities as a volunteer, and be associated with the

good work they do is inspiring and an honor.” Tawanna Wilson

“One of the reasons I am so connected with Community Quest is because I am happy to help plan events that benefit the local community. I enjoy working with the corporation and feel like one of the family. I am extremely happy to be able to help in some small way and to make a difference in someone’s life.” Dottie Farrell “I enjoy working for an organization that is committed to helping populations in need, succeed, and live independently.” Ronnie Ladenheim “Being a volunteer and giving one’s time is rewarding. I like knowing you are helping others to reach their goals. Working for Community Quest is a pleasure because they are appreciative and welcome you as part of their staff.” Marie Priante

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Chairman Joe Gleason and Sun National Bank staff volunteer for “Make a Difference Day.”

OUR COMMUNITY SURVEYS REVEAL

96% of our consumers commented they are satisfied with our services 94% commented we fulfill the mission of the corporation 90% agree staff are well trained 91% commented staff are responsive and courteous 91% commented they would recommend our corporation to others

Youth Quest Program students acquiring job skills in a culinary apprenticeship.

Board Member Ken Spawton presenting President Daniel Kelly with a donation from Fox Chase Bank Charitable Foundation .

Supportive Living Coordinator Bonnie Young, and consumers during a recreational outing on the Spirit of Philadelphia.

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Events Coordinator Pat Hurst and Community Quest Volunteers; Marie Priante, Dottie Enos Farrell, and Events Specialist Vanessa Chiarella (Not Present – Ronnie Ladenheim).


Commitment To Quality

Commitment To Quality

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Progressive

Progressive

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Partnering together to create permanent housing for our veterans and military families with the development of Tucker’s Walk

375 E. Main Street Tuckerton, NJ 24 Apartments for individuals Opening Veteran’s Day 11-11-2011

& Veterans Point

At The Gates in Somers Point 555 Shore Road Somers Point, NJ 1 & 2 Bedroom Apartments Available Now

We wish to extend our sincere gratitude to BishopWorldwide for their unending support of our mission.

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Progressive

Progressive

Community Quest Foundation, Inc. I am writing this letter as the new Community Quest Inc. Foundation Board Liaison. My role is to build and strengthen this Board, a 509 (a) 3 corporation. By generating unrestricted revenue to support the mission of Community Quest, Inc., we positively affect the quality of life for low income individuals and their families by providing innovative housing and employment opportunities. These funds help

Board Members Board Members

to build our “war chest” which provides us with the ability to take advantage of opportunities such as

Patti Rudasill Patti Rudasill Chairperson Chairperson

land acquisition, equipment purchase, etc. that allow us to continue making a significant impact on the

Coyle Justine Coyle Co-Chairperson Co-Chairperson

permanent and accessible housing and employment issues facing those who depend upon us for help.

Wayne Mozzo Secretary-Treasurer Kathy Azeez

I did not foresee how rewarding this position could be. I am inspired by the people I work with each By coming to know some of the people we assist, I can see they are good people who for one reason

Kathy Azeez Mariluz Gonzalez

or another have had challenges in their lives that they are looking to overcome with our help and

Rudolph DuBois, Jr. Chris Karver Chris Karver Marie Kolbe Marie Kolbe Carol Lynch Carol Lynch Sharon Stefanoni

day and how each and every one of them put their hearts into the mission of Community Quest, Inc.

guidance. Since being in this role and with the help of others; a dinner hosted by April Kauffman, a Veteran’s Day donation letter request, and a partnership with Atlantic City Electric; our “war chest” has grown. The Foundation Board looks forward to continuing to assist Community Quest, Inc. in achieving their mission, both now and in the future. Sincerely,

Jennifer Kelly Foundation Board Liaison Community Quest Foundation, Inc. Kerrie Kelly Vice President of Program Expansion and Finance, April Kauffman Community Quest Foundation Board Member, Daniel Kelly President, Justine Coyle Community Quest Foundation Board Member, Jennifer Kelly Foundation Board Liasion at the Ground Breaking of Tucker’s Walk

A supporting corporation generating unrestricted revenue for the mission of Community Quest, Inc. Tilton Times Plaza • 6814 Tilton Road • Egg Harbor Township, NJ 08234 609-646-0388 • Fax 609-646-5622 • www.CQInc.org

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Progressive

Progressive Community Quest Foundation, Inc. Atlantic City Electric - A Community Partner

Atlantic City Electric, is clearly a company that prides itself in community values and remains an unyielding partner in helping support programs and projects that will benefit the communities they serve. Our relationship started with Atlantic City Electric, a PEPCO holding company in the late 1990’s when E. Daniel “Dan” McMahon, Jr., an Atlantic City Electric Regional Analyst was introduced to what was then Disabilities Resource Center, currently Community Quest, Inc. As an advocate and educator for individuals with disabilities, Dan had an immediate interest in Community Quest, Inc. Dan joined the Board of Directors offering his personal insight, as a person with cerebral palsy. Dan served multiple terms as Chairman of the Community Quest Board of Directors and is currently Immediate Past Chairman. In 2009, Dan was the recipient of our Advocacy Award for Persons with Disabilities. This past fall Atlantic City Electric was asked to collaborate with us in supporting our veterans’ initiatives in Somers Point. Our request was answered with a generous $15,000 donation. This donation will provide flag poles that will proudly display the branches of our military services at Veterans Point at The Gates at Somers Point. Veterans Point is one of the first permanent housing programs that Community Quest, Inc. has provided in the state of N.J. Community Quest, Inc. appreciates the outstanding commitment of Atlantic City Electric, a Foundation Partner, who supports our goals and efforts in providing innovative housing and employment opportunities. Together, we can help individuals in need to live independently.

(L-R) Atlantic City Electric Corporate Team; Ken Mosca, Public Affairs Manager, Charles Wimberg, Atlantic City Regional VP, Daniel McMahon, Atlantic Regional Analyst and Ronnie Town, Sr. Public Affairs Manager presenting check to Justine Coyle, Community Quest Foundation Member/Asst. VP Branch Manager for TD Bank, and Jennifer Kelly, Community Quest Foundation Board Liaison.

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Progressive

Community Quest, Inc. adds sister staffing company to Med A Quest, LLC

The success of Med A Quest, LLC has enabled Community Quest to launch a new staffing company to provide business professionals to the Delaware Valley. Pivot Staffing, LLC was developed to offer a unique and valuable way of providing employees to corporate businesses. Our low rates and world class customer service distinguish us from other staffing companies. Through Pivot, employers receive resources for short and long term placement. Our three month temp-to-perm program allows them to hire our resources for permanent employment at no additional cost. By not placing hiring restrictions on staff, Pivot remains unique. Like Med A Quest, Pivot Staffing supports the mission of Community Quest by providing quality and affordable resources in a timely manner, and prides itself in satisfying a much needed service.

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Financial Performance

Financial Performance Community Quest, Inc. Consolidated Statement of Financial Position September 30, 2010 with summarized comparative totals as of September 30, 2009

Current assets: Cash Program fee receivables, net of allowance for doubtful accounts Contributions receivable Other receivables Due from affiliates Deferred tax asset Deferred charges Total current assets

Assets $

2010 51,526

$

2009 214,052

178,230 14,777 5,732 143,654 3,000 23,007 419,926

117,763 8,396 432 7,270 3,000 18,893 369,806

25,150 11,029 30,834 45,810

8,071 12,529 21,204 101,951

2,810,540 $ 3,343,289

2,543,894 $ 3,057,455

Current liabilities: Current maturities of long-term debt and capital leases Accounts payable Accrued wages and related taxes Asset retirement obligation on lease Grants refundable Representative payee trust funds Accrued interest Deferred special events Other liabilities Total current liabilities

$ 1,273,252 99,411 210,738 9,155 188,581 25,150 159,383 17,281 1,982,951

$

Long-term debt & capital leases, net of current maturities Total liabilities

798,559 2,781,510

1,771,734 2,576,556

547,002 14,777 561,779 $ 3,343,289

472,503 8,396 480,899 $ 3,057,455

Assets whose use is limited: Representative payee trust funds Refundable security deposits Deposit, net of reserve not refundable Deferred tax asset Due from affiliates Property and equipment, net of accumulated depreciation Total assets Liabilities and Net Assets

Net assets: Unrestricted Temporarily restricted Total net assets Total liabilities and net assets

The accompanying notes are an integral part of these financial statements.

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215,436 109,029 202,829 8,719 160,835 8,071 91,973 2,154 5,776 804,822

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Gratitude

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Gratitude

Thank you to our contributors

Platinum Atlantic City Electric, A PHI Company Playland’s Castaway Cove

Gold Carrabba’s Italian Grill Continental Refrigerator Michael Johnson

Silver Allstate Financial

James Mosher

American Legion Ladies Auxillary Post 352

Schmid Dewland Associates

Fitzpatrick, Bongiovanni & Kelly, PC

Sun National Bank

Fitzpatrick’s Deli

The Kelly Agency – The Allstate Giving Campaign

Fox Chase Bank Charitable Foundation

True Food Service Equipment

Gold Foundation

Wachovia

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Gratitude

Gratitude Bronze

1st Bank Of Sea Isle City American Legion Post 372, Cherry Hill American Legion, Post 153, CPI Jedh C Barker American Legion Post 100, Higham Trautwein American Legion Post 396, Kline McAnney AtlantiCare Atlantic City Cruises Atlantic County Utility Authority Barry Johnson, Retired Colonel Beverage Management Systems, Inc. Beesley’s Point Sea-Doo Brigantine VFW Memorial Post 6964 Brown, Bruce of Freedom’s Wings Butterhoff’s Farms Cape Bank Career Opportunity Development, Inc. Casa Payroll Cheatle, Don & Ann Copiers Plus Destination AC Fabietti, Hale & Associates, Pa Follett Glenn Insurance, Inc.

GSCSNJ Troop 14632 Hovensa, LLC J.F McKernan, Jr. Ra Architects & Associates Keefe, Barry & Eleanor Ludlam, Suzanne Kelly, Vincent & Elizabeth Magellan Hill Technologies U Care Now Manitowoc Marketplace Realty Messina,Tom Ocean City Home Bank Pitman, Richard & Caroline Richardson, John & Wilda Richmond Associates Rovner, Robert Shore Behavioral Healthcare The Joseph Gleason Family The Law Office of Jeffrey Wilson Trump Properties Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post 1795, Mead-Woodward Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post 3020, Samuel T. Lambert Village Supermarket Zapp, Bernard MD

In kind donations 4 A Star, LLC Accent Aesthetics - Medical & Laser Day Spa Angel of The Sea Bed and Breakfast Atlantic City Shade Shop Atlantic County Alternate High School Back Bay Ale House Bernie Robbins Fine Jewelers Bonefish Grill Borgata Heart and Soul Foundation Bradford Renaissance Portraits Burberry Cache Caesars Hotel & Casino Carroll Villa Hotell Cartridge World Celebrating Homes Chickie and Pete’s Cigar Porch Continental Restaurant COS Bar Cuba Libre Restaurant Elaine’s Creations eWomen Network Flight Deck Diner Fudge Kitchen Golf USA

Harbor Pines Golf Club Harrah’s Entertainment Herbalife Hot Bagels Jessie O’ Fishing & Cruising Fleet Joe Canal’s Discount Liquor Outlet Jonny’s Pizza Kiwanis of Northfield and Linwood Kenneth Cole Larimar Hair Salon & Spa Lucky Bones Restaurant Masterminds Mad Batter Restaurant McCullough’s Emerald Golf Links Melting Pot Morey’s Piers My Jewels by Whitney National Center for Youth and Social Services Philadelphia Eagles Philadelphia Flylers Phillips Seafood Piccirilli Family Pinky’s Nails Port O’ Call Hotel Quiksilver

Red Door Spa Reliv Residence Inn Marriott Rutter Estate- Historical Renovations Sheraton Atlantic City Hotel Shimmering Starz Jewelry Shore Toyota Snap Fitness Soyfully Yours Steve & Cookies By The Bay Sunset Beach Surran’s Nursery Tackledirect The Body Shop The Clay Station The Duke O’Fluke The Palm Restaurant Tilton Fitness Tilton Market Trendie Treasures Tournament Cable Trinity/Game On/ Sonsie Tun Tavern VIP Mobile Disc Jockeys - Darryl Barnett Whales Tale Gifts

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