PSRC Annual Report 2018-2019

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HELPING OLDER ADULTS THRIVE ANNUAL REPORT FY 2018 –2019

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Dear Friends, Nearly 2,000 years ago, the Roman philosopher Seneca the Younger was quoted as saying “Every new beginning comes from some other beginning’s end.” This year, in the life of the Princeton Senior Resource Center (PSRC), we have come to celebrate both endings and new beginnings. Building on the extraordinary legacy of Susan Hoskins and welcoming the innovative leadership of Drew Dyson to the position of Executive Director, PSRC is poised for a new period of flourishing and growth. This season of transition did not stop us from carrying out our mission to help older adults thrive by providing opportunities for learning, serving, caring, connecting, and growing. Thanks to a dedicated staff, board, municipal, and community partners, PSRC continued to offer world-class programs and social services. As a community nonprofit that receives over 80% of our income from generous individuals, corporations, and foundations, we could not have done this without YOU! As you turn the pages of this annual report for the fiscal year 2018/2019, you will get a sense of PSRC’s impact in the community as you see the myriad ways our 3,000+ participants engaged in our programs and services. You will also read the stories of a cross-section of PSRC constituents expressing how their lives are enriched by PSRC and PSRC donors sharing why PSRC is an important part of their philanthropic commitments. Reviewing the past year, you will come to see why we are excited about the future of PSRC emerging on the horizon: Innovative programs and lifelong learning offerings that reach a growing population of older adults; Caring and compassionate social services that accompany older adults and their families through the journey of aging; Volunteer and service opportunities that help people thrive by empowering them to give back to the community. All of this in a welcoming environment that encourages friendship, engages mind-body-soul, and expands horizons. The future is indeed bright for PSRC and that is because of you, our generous donors, corporate and community partners, and friends. We look forward to continuing this work together in the new fiscal year. Sincerely,

Drew A. Dyson Executive Director ii

Joan Girgus Board President Princeton Senior Resource Center


2018–2019 YEAR IN REVIEW The statistics paint a picture of our impact in the community…

175

1203

2300+

participants in health & fitness programs

students in Evergreen Forum courses

social service contacts for guidance and referral

695

867

440

people in our social & recreational programs

clients served in our technology lab

participants in support & discussion groups

929

148

in-home visits by our social services team

hours of case management and counseling

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collaborative community & corporate partners

…but the stories provide the color. The ninety-four-year-old GrandPals volunteer who celebrated her 10th year serving in the program with thanks from her previous students

The grandfather and his nineteen-year-old grandson who grew closer by participating together in an Evergreen Forum course

The thirty+ participants in the Mercer County nutrition program who gather at PSRC daily for a good meal and great conversation

The social service client who received a grant from PSRC to make improvements to her home that will allow her to continue aging in place

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The adult child of an aging parent living in Princeton who spent three hours with our social service team and left with tears giving thanks for the resources that would help her mother age in place

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JAMES LIEN is a dedicated table tennis player and comes to PSRC several times a week. He also enjoys oil painting and has participated in our drawing lessons.

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JOYCE ROBINSON finds herself engaged with others in many programs at PSRC. We often see her attending gallery talks, FYIs, and film screenings. She has also participated in many of our Evergreen Forum courses and the learning derived from our technology lab helps her to stay connected with family and friends.

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS • Collaboration with the Princeton University Art Museum entitled Gallery Talks on the Road, featured their brilliant art museum docents • Collaboration with Bloomberg Philanthropies — An Afternoon Concert with the NJ Symphony Orchestra • FYI programs on a wide range of topics including health, wellness, and personal safety • Evergreen Forum attracted nearly 600 people to twenty-seven classes each semester • GrandPals had nearly 130 volunteers reading with 240 elementary students, including all kindergarten classes, autism and special needs classes, and a summer session • Technology lab and workshops served 867 clients Annual Report 2018-2019 2018–2019

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Ninety-two year old BARBARA YOUNG serves as the vice president of the Senior Citizen Club that meets at PSRC monthly. She also participates in the County Nutrition Program, in which she sits on the advisory board, and uses Crosstown service daily. “I thank the Lord for allowing me to attend the nutrition program for many years, where I can have a nice lunch and meet with my friends. I am also thankful for TRADE transportation every day.�

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As an active member of the PSRC community, PUSHPA KULKARNI attends many programs including films and FYIs, the Let’s Talk support group, our yearly health fair, and other special events. In addition, she is the coordinator for the Mercer County Nutrition Program that serves lunch daily to area adults.

SOCIAL SERVICES HIGHLIGHTS • Crosstown transportation program — increased in both registered riders and rides taken • Mercer County Nutrition Site — served over thirty registered participants, average fifteen people daily • PSRC’s J. Seward Johnson Sr. Assistance Fund — helped multiple older Princeton residents in crisis, supported aging-in-place • Support and discussion groups — well attended and provided opportunities to gather with others

28% people aged 65+ live alone

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FIONA VAN DYCK served as a trustee for six years and will continue partnering with PSRC moving into the future. As an experienced expert in elder law, Fiona has given numerous presentations on estate planning and engaged retirement. Her law firm, Van Dyck Law of Princeton, has been a consistent annual sponsor. “PSRC provides an amazing resource to aging adults in Princeton and the surrounding communities. I am proud to be a part of the PSRC family.�

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Lifetime resident LYNNE ROBILLARD only discovered PSRC two years ago. What began as a curiosity about what to do when one retires, grew into an invaluable relationship. Lynne finds Mindful Chair Yoga and Meditation classes offer more relief to her than her physical therapy sessions. And discovering new ways to approach the changes in life in her Transition to Retirement group.

26% of the total U.S. population are Baby Boomers

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PSRC serves several generations of older adults. The Baby Boomer population continues to turn sixty-five at a rate of 10,000 per day in the United States. Our oldest generation of people over age eighty is growing rapidly due to access to good medical care, healthcare providers, and local programs. Providing information and linkage to community services is the key to assisting people as they age. Having a social service team to assist in creating a plan for individuals and to provide support to their family caregivers is a benefit most towns do not provide. Some services are short-term, others are long-term. PSRC staff provides ongoing support to low income residents in several affordable housing communities.

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Development Administration

17% Programs

15%

25%

TOTAL EXPENSES 2018–2019

19% Social Services

10%

Community Engagement

14% Lifelong Learning

Investment Income & Endowment

8%

80% of PSRC ’s budget comes through the generosity of individuals and organizations

Individual Contributions

15%

Program Revenue

22% TOTAL INCOME 2018–2019

20% Municipal Contracts & Rental

15% 8%

12%

Organizations

Events

Corporate Sponsors

COMMUNITY NON-PROFIT As a community non-profit, over 80% of our budget comes through individual donations, corporate sponsorships, and grants while only 19% comes through local government funding. Your gift to our annual appeal is critical to driving our mission to help older adults thrive! Annual Report 2018–2019

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ALBERT M. STARK is a man

2x’s Volunteers are almost twice as likely to donate to a charity than those that don’t volunteer Volunteerism improves health by strengthening the body, improving mood, and lessening stress in participants.

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of action. Serving on the PSRC board for three terms, Albert lent his expertise in organizational leadership, motivation, and the law. Event chair for several of PSRC’s benefits, he engaged many community businesses to join him as key sponsors. His community involvement ranges from the welfare of senior citizens to under-resourced youngsters. Albert has taken his life-long love for tennis and focused it on improving the lives of Trenton students through the National Junior Tennis and Learning of Trenton (NJTL) tennis and education program. Albert believes strongly in equal opportunity and the importance of lifelong learning at every stage of life. In his words, “I am committed to PSRC because it provides the unique melding of classes, social engagement, and social services which tailors itself to the needs of aging adults and their families, providing proven tools to keep people living independently longer, stronger, and with the support systems that matter.”

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NORMAN KLATH has proven his enthusiasm for PSRC as a frequent participant of FYI programs, Evergreen Forum classes, and has served as a board member for three terms. He has also served as board liaison to the PSRC Advisory Council which engages community members to ensure PSRC’s mission is serving the community at large. Since retiring from JP Morgan, Norm has dedicated a good portion of his time engaged with local non-profits helping to move their missions forward in serving the community he has called home for several decades. “After retirement my wife Nancy and I wanted to give back to the community in multiple ways. We’ve been so impressed over the years with PSRC, so to ensure the long-term viability of all the services provided through the center Nancy and I have named the Princeton Senior Resource Center in our will and joined the Jocelyn Helms Legacy Society with pride.”

PLANNED GIVING Making a gift to PSRC in your will or as a beneficiary to your IRA will help secure PSRC’s future and support our mission to be the go-to resources for aging adults and their families. Annual Report 2018–2019

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SURINDER SHARMA has a keen interest in the workings of the Princeton community and is an active volunteer. He is presently serving as a commissioner on the Municipality’s Civil Rights Commission and is a current board member and secretary of the Witherspoon Jackson Development corporation.

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I’m all about making sure that every generation in Princeton has a voice that is heard. Seniors are so often overlooked, but in my experience they have so much to offer, and I want to be a part of making sure their voice and their concerns are factored into the community ’s broader picture.”

Surinder holds a PhD degree in Business Management of Engineering and Technology. In 2002, Surinder was inducted in the United States Space Foundation Hall of Fame, for development of Sirius Satellite Radio Technology. Surinder joined the PSRC board in 2018 and has become a valued member of the PSRC community. He can often be seen taking photos at PSRC events, ensuring that the moments of community participation are captured. Surinder believes the more diverse our seniors, the more we can learn and appreciate one another.

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A former President of the Board of Trustees, BILLIE EMMERICH is the quintessential PSRC ambassador. Billie currently serves on the advisory council and remains an active supporter of PSRC and The Evergreen Forum. Billie loves PSRC’s commitment to social services and the outreach to the community through its dedicated social workers. Not only is Billie a consistent donor to the PSRC annual fund and events, she is also a member of the Jocelyn Helms Legacy Society. “PSRC is an important part of our community and by including PSRC in my will, I am helping to ensure the organization’s future.”

5% of people aged 55+ have a charitable estate beneficiary

The Jocelyn and Carl Helm LEGACY SOCIETY The Board of Trustees created the Jocelyn and Carl Helm Legacy Society in honor of our founder and first executive director, Jocelyn Helm. Recognition as a member of the Legacy Society is one way we can thank you for including PSRC in your estate planning.

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GRANTS AND CORPORATIONS Albemarle Foundation BlackRock Charitable Fund Bloomberg David Mathey Fund of the Princeton Area Community Foundation Dorothea van Dyke McLean Association Educational Testing Service ExxonMobil Foundation Fox & Roach/Trident Charities George H. & Estelle M. Sands Foundation Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Johnson & Jonhson Nordson Corporation Foundation PNC Fund of the Princeton Area Community Foundation Princeton United Methodist Church Princeton University Chapel PSRC Cosmology Group PSRC Table Tennis Group Team Toyota of Princeton Tenacre The Curtis W. Mc Graw Foundation The Fred C. Rummel Foundation Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Princeton Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.

SPONSORS Acorn Glen Akin Care Senior Services Albert and Ellen Stark Artis Senior Living Baxter Construction Bob and Joan Levitt Brandywine Living Bryn Mawr Trust - Cynthia Ricker Buckingham Place Adult Day Care & Home Care Services Capital Health Care One at Hamilton ClearCaptions Community Without Walls House V Community Without Walls, Inc. CURE Auto Insurance Dave Saltzman Insurance EKS Associates Ellen and Albert Stark Foundation Fund of the Princeton Area Community Foundation Gordon and Llura Gund Fund of the Princeton Area Community Foundation Hilton Realty Co., LLC Home Instead Senior Care Homewatch CareGivers Lear & Pannepacker, LLP Maida Mackler, LLC McCaffrey’s Food Markets Mercadien Consulting, LLC Mercedes-Benz of Princeton Michael and Marylou Kenny NightingaleNJ Eldercare Navigators NJM Insurance Group Nolan Wealth Management - Jane Gore

Norman and Nancy Klath Novi Wealth Partners Oasis Senior Advisors Ovation at Riverwalk Penn Medicine Princeton Health Penn Medicine Princeton HomeCare Personal Paperwork Solutions PNC Bank Princeton Care Center Princeton Eye Group - Dr. Michael Wong Princeton Global Asset Management Paul Gerard Princeton Orthopaedic Associates, P.A. Princeton Portfolio Strategies Group, LLC Princeton Radiology Princeton Windrows Realty, LLC Progression Physical Therapy Sante Princeton, LLC Springpoint at Home Synergy Home Care Team Toyota of Princeton The Bank of Princeton Tranquil Transitions Van Dyck Law, LLC

INDIVIDUALS Barry and Linda Ableman Henry and Theresa Acselrod Stephen Adler and Sarah Brett-Smith Roger Alig Marian Allimonos * Jeanne Altmann James Amick Nancy Amidon Diana Anastasi Francine Angelone Rita Asch Ann Asher David and Lorraine Atkin Susan Attix Maxine Baicker Carleen Baily Kurt Baker Mary Balestrieri Grayson Barber and Peter Meyers Bradley Bartolino Joan Bassett Kathleen and Charles Beach Donald Benjamin and Dee Dee Dodson Linda and Dr. Buzz Berger Richard and Vicky Bergman Olivia Bernabei Dr. and Mrs. William F. Besser Richard Bianchetti Elisabeth Bish Charlotta Bishop Manfred Bitter Adele Black Jane Black Andrew and Paola Blelloch Marty and Anne Bloomenthal Olivian Boon Dr. Marcia Bossart Mary Ellen Bowen Joy Brachman

Anne Brener and Edward Linky Ruth Bronzan Catherine Brown Peter Bunnell Helen Burton Patricia and John Butcher Ron Campbell Karen and Blair Capriotti Rita Chait Barry and Cheri Chalofsky Humphrey Chang Liz Charbonneau Ti Hua C. Chin Elaine Citron Francesca Benson and George Cody Anita Cohen Elizabeth and David Cohen Patrick and Margaret Condon Louise Conley Catherine Consoli Donna Cosgrove and Greg Voynow Elizabeth Counselman Jean Crane Beverly Crane-Dubee Roger Crevier Cynthia and John Cross Lynne Cullinane Dawn Day Roslyn Dayan Katja de Ruyter John Denny Michael Diesso Fame Dileo Tony DiMeglio Anonymous Donor Michael and Linda Dubrow Drew and Diane Dyson Joanna Edgar Joanne Elliott Yolanda Elmes Billie Emmerich * Marilyn Epstein Pamela Espenshade Nancy Faherty Ruth Fath Arthur and Barbara Firestone Betty Fleming Klaus and Anne Florey Connie Fong Mrs. Judith and Mr. Claude Frazer Mark Freda John Frederick Joan Fredericks Marilyn Freeberg Eliot and Marsha Freeman Margaret Fry David and Carol Ann Fulmer Rosalind Gabin and Gerald Kopelman Cathy and Curt Gara Robert and Evelyn Geddes Paul Gerard and Mary Furey Jamie Gerber John and Helen Gillham Alan Chimacoff and Joan Girgus Robert Mehlman and Linda Gochfeld Helen Goddard

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Hy Gold Barry Goldblatt and Andrea McLaughlin Robert Goldenberg Irene and Samuel Goldfarb Robert Goldston Bobby and Cheryl Gomes David Goodman Cindy Gordon Gil and Ellen Gordon Jane and John Edward Gore Eva Gossman Bill Green Elena Greene Barbara Greenstein Lilian Grosz Sandra Grundfest Yuri and Laura Guberer Tova Gutman Kate and John Hall Audrey Hallowell Cally Hanawalt Barbara and William Happer Maurice and Iona Harding Carmen and Reggie Harris Lee and Lois Harrod Mary Louise Hartman Hendrik and Nancy Hartog Vicki Hasser Ronald and Lorraine Haucke Lily Hayeem Hilary Hays Stephanie Heidere Harriet Heilweil Jocelyn Helm * Scott and Susan Hoskins Sara and Eric Hockings Carol and Herbert Horowitz Roy Hovey Martha and Gregory Hughes Chase and Suzanne Hunt Christine and Ronald Hurley Sharon Hurley Louise Irving Leonore Itzkowitz Rosalba and Thomas Jacob* Shellie Jacobson Robert and Nanci Jacobson David and Claire Jacobus Gordon and Elaine Jacoby Jayne Jay Edith Jeffrey Nancy Johnson and Larry Filler Dudley Jones Carol and Michael Kagay Ginger and William Kane Cheryl Kastrenakes Allen Kassof Richard and Jeanne Katen Boris and Nicole Katz Stanley Katz Patrick and Margaret Keenan Nicholas Kehayas Bruce and Ellen Kemp Jo Ethel Kendall Regina Kenen Patricia Kenney Michael and Marylou Kenny Kent and Ann Kilbourne Annual Report 2018–2019

Martha King Louise Kingston Barbara Kisby Norman and Nancy Klath * Richard Kraeuter Peter and Seva Jaffe Kramer Fred Kreisler Sheila Kremer Jennifer Krychowecky Pushpa Kulkarni Lavinia and Suriender Kumar Stuart Kurtz and Gail Auster Harold and Joan Kuskin Esther LaFranco Spencer Lai Martha Lamar Mindy and Corey Langer Fui-Tseng Lee Carolyn Leeuwenburgh Dr. Sher and Jeanne Leiman Gerald Lenaz Virginia and Clark Lennon Jacqueline Lenox Dr. Michael and Judy Leopold Nancy Letteney-Silver and Arthur Silver Leon Rosenson and Suzanne Levin Diane Sherman-Levine The Estate of Robert J. Levine* Robert and Joan Levitt Victoria Leyton Josh Lichtblau Nancy and Donald Light Priscilla Light Daniel and Bobette Lister Latonya and Lance Liverman Wendy Lodge Anna Lustenberg Barbara Lyle Catherine Lynd Pamela and Roland Machold Duncan and Nancy MacMillan Frank Magalhaes Joseph and Jane Maida Burton and Nancy Malkiel James Manganaro Phyllis and Lucien Marchand Constance Marks John and Carol Marsland Virginia and Robert Mason Joseph and Tamera Matteo Rev. David McAlpin John and Susan McCaskie John and Margaret McCormack Scott and Hella McVay Sallie and Dale Meade Joanne Meehan Jacqueline Meisel Grace Mele Abigail Meletti James Meyer Katherine Miller Bruce Miller Ruth and Bernie Jacqueline Mislow Luba Model Elisabeth Morgan Karl and Anne Morrison Leonard Moss

Penelope Murray and Thomas Murray, Jr. Meredith Murray Reid Murray Yash and Jeffra Nandan Nancy Naughton Edith Neimark Breana and Christopher Newton Mary Nicoson Eve Niedergang Matthew Cahn and Kathy O’Brien Beverly O’Connor Mary and William O’Shaughnessy Rose Mary Obinger James Ohls Noriko Ohta and Austin Newton Ferris Olin Ellyn Olshever Henry and Arlene Opatut Reba Orszag Patricia and Marv Ostberg Martha Otis June Ouyang Lise Pacala Harriet Pakula-Teweles Jay and Mary Palmer Dr. and Mrs. C. Papastephanou Mary Papp Lois Pauley Ken and Barbara Peabody Jim and Alison Peebles Judith Pennar Kerry Perretta Ralph Perry Barbara Peskin Elena Petronio John Pinelli Alexandra Pinz Marianne Piroue Elyse Pivnick David Popenoe Janet and John Powell Linda Powell Lore Prag Cesar and Marci Primus Barbara Prince and Barry Sagotsky Eugenia Procyk Harry and Barbara Purnell Prof. Theodore and Tamar Rabb Andrea Rabel Vertina Radliffe Robert Holley and Paul Raeder Peter and Constance Rafle Ruth Randall Charles and Suzanne Rebick Alice Redder Ann Reichelderfer and Douglas Blair William Rich and Shirley Winter Linda Richter Lynne Robillard * William and Nancy Robins Marion Roemer Louis Rollmann Martin and Rebecca Rome Naomi Rose Irv Rose Sherry Rosen Barbara Rosenberg David Roussell and Kathleen Fiery 15


PSRC EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE (left to right): Liz Charbonneau, Donald Benjamin, Jennifer Krychowecky, Drew A. Dyson, Joseph C. Maida, Joan Girgus, Surinder Sharma, and Josh Lichtblau Irwin and Cecilia Rosenblum Joan Rowland Millie Harford Kathleen and Louis Russo Bob and Marsha Russo William Ryan Jan and Lois Safer Cynthia Sage Raymunda Salas Dave Saltzman and Heidi Joseph Jill and David Sandel Susan Sanford Jamie Sapoch John Sarappo Dilip Sarwate Evelyn Sasmor Carlton Savoye Ellen Saxon Debbie Schaeffer Jeanne Schechter Mary Schedl Yetta Schlesinger Cornelia Schmidt William Schmiedeskamp and Carie Levin Karen Schotland Ruth Schulman Carla Servin Surinder and Rashma Sharma Jun Shen Tan Tsu and Yu Shein Sheng Betsy Sherer Margaret Shupper Philip J. Siana Dr. Harpreet Sidhu Daniel Siegel Barbara Silberstein John Silver Jane Silverman Grace Sinden Joseph and Alice Small John Konvalinka and Carol Smith 16

Amy Smith Marcia Snowden Tom and Mary Stange Ellen and Albert Stark Elly Stein William Stein Marjorie Steinberg Sylvia Stengle * Margaret and Robert Stengel Dr. Judit and Buzz Stenn Carl and Nadine Stern Bill Stern Hazel Stix Hunt and Margaret Stockwell Vincent and Anne Stolowski Barbara Straut Theodore and Susan Strempack Michael and Ann Strumpen-Darrie Phyllis and Michael Suber Ada and Prof. Simon Suckewer Barbara Sullivan and Charles Greenberg Pat and Joe Summers Len Swanson Lenore Sylvan Robert and Katharine Tate Ellen Tattenbaum and Allen Lepore Phyllis Teitelbaum and Anthony Lunn Mary Ternoey Murugesu Theivakumaran Susan Tobert Louis and Carolyn Torre Daphne Townsend Thomas and Yu-mei Tsai Daniel and Linda Tsui Jacqueline E. Turner Fiona and Greg Van Dyck Daniel and Welmoet van Kammen Margaret Vanmarcke Sarathy (Sam) and Vijaya Voleti Rhoda Wagman Frank Walker

Rosemary and Bruno Walmsley Judith and Michael Walzer Lynn Warren Rick and Susan Wehmann Virginia and James Wei Judy and Robert Weinberg Beth and Bruce Weiskopf Judy and Ed Wendell Barbara Westbrook Miquelon Weyeneth Kathleen Whalen Dr. Sidney and Maryann Whitman Barbara Whitman Kay Widmer Joan and Ralph Widner Kevin Wilkes Janet Williams Lauren Williams Susan Wilson Amelia Willson Mark Wininger Katherine Winship Ross and Lesley Wishnick Ray Woodfield Bert and Maureen Wohl Jack and Janet Wolinetz Joseph Wofchuck Elizabeth and Larry Yermack Tak Yue Adelaide Zabriskie Ali and Walburg Zomorodi Joshua Zinder Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the gifts listed in this 2018–2019 Annual Report. Please notify the Development Office at 609.924.7108 or bprince@princetonsenior.org if you notice any discrepancies of have any questions. This publication reflects gifts made to PSRC during the fiscal year July 1, 2018 to June 30, 2019.

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TRUSTEES Joan Girgus President

Surinder Sharma Assistant Secretary

Liz Charbonneau Vice President

Joseph C. Maida Treasurer

Josh Lichtblau Vice President

Jennifer Krychowecky Assistant Treasurer

Rob Bratman

Norman Klath

John Cannady

Bob Levitt

Jane Gore

Lance Liverman

Kate Hall

Reid Murray

Lee Harrod

Harpreet Sidhu

Donald Benjamin Secretary

Elaine Jacoby

ADVISORY COUNCIL David Atkin

Claire Jacobus

Marge Smith

William Burks

Phyllis Marchand

Albert Stark

Janet Dickerson

Barbara Purnell

Hazel Stix

Billie Emmerich

Ann Reichelderfer

Eleanore Szymanski

Paul Gerard

Irwin Rosenblum

Jack Wallace

PSRC STAFF Drew A. Dyson, PhD Executive Director Donna Cosgrove Associate Executive Director & Director of Programs

Sharon Hurley, CVA Director of Social Services & Volunteer Coordinator Alex Leibler Program Associate: Technology, Data, and Digital Storytelling

______________ Wendy Lodge GrandPals Coordinator Fran Angelone Spruce Circle Office Manager & Crosstown Coordinator Cathy Gara Bookkeeper & HR Coordinator Cheryl Gomes Development Associate

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Barbara Prince Director of Development Dave Roussell, MSW Care Coordinator & HomeFriends Coordinator Carla Servin Assistant GrandPals Coordinator

Nicole Maccarone Care Coordinator & Social Service Outreach

Beth Weiskopf Program Associate, Receptionist, & Administrative Assistant to the Executive Management Team

Abigail Meletti Evergreen Forum Coordinator

Kathleen Whalen Director of Communications

Breana Newton Program Associate & Rental Coordinator

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HOW CAN YOU HELP OLDER ADULTS THRIVE? PSRC, a community non-profit, is sustained largely by donor support. Almost half of our total operating budget comes from individual donations and support of our programs and services. Your gift enables us to offer a wide variety of opportunities for aging adults and their families including first-rate social services, lifelong learning classes and programs, art and exercise classes, and a myriad of other stimulating activities every month. To learn more about PSRC and ways you can support and share in our success with your annual gift or a legacy commitment, please visit princetonsenior.org/support/donate or call 609.924.7108.

PSRC is the go-to resource where aging adults and their families find support, guidance, education, and social programs to help navigate life transitions and continue to be active, healthy, and engaged in the community.

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