Revitalize T-Town Annual Report FYE 2021

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FROM HEART TO HOME Annual Report 2020 - 2021


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Our Mission and Vision

Letters From The Board Chair and CEO Impact Numbers

Homeowner Stories

Leadership Partners Financials

Board of Directors and Staff

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OUR MISSION: Making homes safe and secure for low-income homeowners

OUR VISION: A safe and healthy home for everyone

STORY BEHIND THE COVER: Mr.Wyatt Mr. Wyatt has lived in his home for 57 years. Unfortunately, Mr. Wyatt lost his wife of 57 years in 2020. He is 84 years old, deaf and lives on his own. Physically and financially, it was a challenge to make the needed repairs to make his home a safe, secure and weatherproof place to age in place.

Revitalize T-Town installed new flooring and an ADA toilet in Mr. Wyatt’s bathroom. RTT also replaced Mr. Wyatt’s broken windows and weather-sealed his door. Mr. Wyatt’s sister, Margaret, told RTT staff, “His windows were broken out. With these new windows, we won't have to worry about cold or hot air coming in! He went through the last winter with those broken windows, and it was frigid in his home. We no longer have to worry about that, thanks to Revitalize T-Town. Thank you so much for helping him!”

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LETTERS FROM THE BOARD CHAIR and CEO Thank you for helping Revitalize T-Town (RTT) serve our Tulsa neighbors in need for the 24th year! We are grateful for the continued support of our mission- A safe and healthy home for everyone!

Our everyday normal has changed greatly from 2019 to 2021. The pandemic has changed our view of what and whom is important in our lives as well as to be thankful for what we have. The mission of Revitalize T-Town - making homes safe and secure for low-income homeowners continues to be just as important now through the pandemic. Although how RTT interacts with donors and the community changed from largely in-person to almost completely virtual, the work done for the low-income homeowners in the Tulsa area has been crucial in helping restore the health in their home.

As the world gradually opened back up, RTT returned to our new normal. Although we didn't have as many face-to-face interactions as before, we all worked full force towards our mission. Our clients adapted to more phone calls and mailings, our donors supported our virtual events beyond our wildest expectations(!), our board became experts at efficient and effective zoom meetings, and our staff worked from their homes around Tulsa to make sure our needs of our clients were met. We look forward to serving Tulsa for many more years!

Thank you to all of our donors for helping Revitalize T-Town make low-income homeowners' homes in our community safe and secure this past year! The donations from your heart to their homes are so greatly appreciated.

Thank you for supporting RTT and the people we serve,

Jennifer Barcus-Schafer Chief Executive Officer

Toni Griffey Board Chair

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IMPACT JULY 1, 2020 - JUNE 30, 2021

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Number of Energy Efficiency Repairs

222

Number of People Served

92

$8,154

Average Cost Per Home

Number of Safe at Home Repairs

36

Number of Roofs Replaced

120

Total Homes Repaired in Tulsa 06


“I’m so grateful!” 07


Ms. Donna

Ms. Donna was scared to use her steep steps without a sturdy handrail. The threshold of her exterior door was rotted, letting cold air in during the winter. She also needed a new roof. Ms. Donna lives alone. She had moved into her home with her husband 47 years ago. Since her husband passed away, it has been hard to keep up with the repairs her home needed. When Revitalize T-Town staff visited her home, Ms. Donna shared pictures and stories of her husband. Now, Ms. Donna can safely stay in her home and cherish all of the memories she made there with her late husband. RTT installed new extended steps with a stable handrail, replaced her rotted exterior door threshold and replaced her roof! Ms. Donna told Revitalize T-Town staff, "I can't thank you enough."

The J. Family

Kenneth works hard to take care of his wife, Angela, and their family. Angela has suffered two strokes and also has peripheral artery disease. As a result of the peripheral artery disease, part of her lower leg and foot were removed in July. Now, Angela uses a wheelchair. Within a few short days, the J. family went from needing handrails to needing a wheelchair ramp. They also needed a roof. Their roof leaks were so significant that they were using tarps to keep precipitation from entering their home. The J. family received a roof replacement and a wheelchair ramp! Angela told Revitalize T-Town staff, "I'm so relieved and thankful for the ramp. I was so worried about Kenneth having to carry me all the time. I was afraid he was going to hurt his back, and then the whole house would come down. I'm so grateful, and, believe it or not, I actually feel better now that my leg is gone."

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LEADERSHIP PARTNERS

Visionary Rebuilders

Carpenter

($100,000 and up)

($10,000 - $24,999)

Federal Home Loan Bank George Kaiser Family Foundation Hille Foundation

Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation Flint Family Foundation Grace and Franklin Bernsen Foundation Lisa Braverman Mary Ann Hille Maxine and Jack Zarrow Family Foundation Ruth K. Nelson Revocable Trust Sharna and Irvin Frank Foundation Spirit Aerosystems Good Neighbor Fund

Master Craftsman

($50,000 - $99,999)

AEP/PSO Sarkeys Foundation Tulsa Economic Development Corporation

Craftsman

($25,000 - $49,999) Anne and Henry Zarrow Foundation Bama The Commemoration Fund William S. Smith Charitable Trust

Journeyman

($5,000 - $9,999) Bank of Oklahoma Crossland Construction Company FW Murphy Family Foundation Ralph and Frances McGill Foundation The Mervin Bovaird Foundation Williams Companies Political Action Committee

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From heart to home - Thank you to all of our incredible Leadership Partners for your investment in the homes and lives of our Tulsa neighbors!

Framer

Apprentice

($1,000 - $4,999)

($500 - $999)

ASAP Heating and Air Bank of America Bobby Jones Cleveherd Charitable Fund Gina and Michael Hitz James Knight Joe and Nancy McDonald John and Becky Porter K&M Shillingford Maggie and Kajeer Yar Melissa Higginson ONEOK Pearl and Milton Gordon Trust Richard Hayes Robert and Torre Waldo Simmons Bank Steve and Julie Jelley Sunrise Rotary Terrence Crutcher Foundation The Gelvin Foundation Tom Richey, c/o Eide Bailey LLP Tom and Cathy Luccock Tulco Oils Williams Community Action Fund Williams Companies Yale Avenue Presbyterian Church

Christina McCrery Cyrus Carter Barcus Janis Podpechan Jennifer Barcus-Schafer John Murphy Mike and Jennifer Huckaby Nantelle Kemp Shirley Martin TCBA Walmart William and Pauline Dugger

*We have tried to ensure that all of our donors and supporters have been listed correctly. In the event we have made an inadvertent omission, please accept our sincerest gratitude.

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FINANCIALS JULY 1, 2020 - JUNE 30, 2021 Income: $1,325,568

Profit and Loss

Balance Sheet

Revenue

Assets

Contributions Special Events Other Income In Kind/ Discounts

Contributions - 92% Special Events - 6% In Kind/ Discounts - 2%

1,215,517 73,175 0 37,236

Total Income

1,325,568

Total Fixed Assets Other Assets

Gross Profit

1,325,568

Total Assets

432,440 0 432,440 30,724 5,000 468,164

Liabilities and Equity

Expenses

Cash Expense: $1,199,227

Current Assets Bank Accounts Other Current Assets Total Current Assets

977,875 111,296 110,056 1,199,227

Program Management Development Total

126,341

Net Income

Programs - 82% Development - 8% Management - 8%

Liabilities Current Liabilities Total Accounts Payable Total Other Current Liabilities Total Current Liabilities

106,648 106,648

Total Liabilities

106,648

Equity Net AssetsBeginning of Year Opening Balance Equity Net Income

235,075 0 126,441

Total Equity Total Liabilities and Net Assets

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0 0

361,516 468,614

A complete list of Revitalize T-Town’s audited financial statements is available upon request.


BEFORE

AFTER

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“In our house, you could stand and tell which way the wind was blowing. The windows leaked so bad. They put in the big, beautiful window in front and one in our kitchen. That has made a world of a difference, and our utility bill has dropped!” 14


MEET OUR TEAM Board of Directors Board Chair and Treasurer

Toni Griffey

Blue Sky Certified Public Accountants, PLLC

Vice Chair

Jim Knight

Federated Mutual Insurance Company

Secretary

Tom Luccock

Retired

Director

Anthony Banks

ONEOK

Director

Clarence Boyd

Zarrow Family Foundation The Commemoration Fund

Director

Gina Hitz

QuikTrip Corporation

Director

Lukas Sundahl

Solutions Through Innovative Technologies

Director

Robert Jones

First Oklahoma Bank

Staff

Chief Executive Officer

Jennifer Barcus-Schafer

Chief Operating Officer

Kelly Moss

Senior Program Officer

Kim Rolston

Program Officer

Jeff Fite

Construction Coordinator

Jim Norwood

Client Specialist

Cherie Shaw

Communications Coordinator

Toni Trainor

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14 E 7th St, Tulsa, OK 74119 918-742-6241 www.revitalizettown.org


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