A LETTER FROM OUR FOUNDER AND CHAIRMAN
Dear friends, supporters, and colleagues,
As our organization emerged from the constraints of the COVID-19 pandemic, we were able to take meaningful steps forward in our mission to transition individuals and families struggling with situational homelessness into careers in the multifamily industry and economic self-sufficiency. I continue to be inspired by the efforts and dedication of our team in making this mission a reality.
Leading into 2022, our focus was twofold: expand service footprint into new markets and really focus on maximizing candidate quality through screening and preparedness. We found success in both cases.
During 2022, we added four markets — Charleston, Orlando, Greater Phoenix, and North Texas — each with on-the-ground Executive Directors, multifamily industry support, and strong City Advisory Boards. This combination has proven to be the key to new market entry.
Furthermore, we strengthened our screening and assessment tools, and added a robust, online career-training program that includes the technical, soft, and life skills to better prepare individuals with the tools and knowledge for success.
We were honored to be chosen as a Draper Richards Kaplan Foundation (DRK) portfolio organization after a thorough application and vetting process. DRK finds, funds, and supports early-stage, high-impact social enterprises that tackle some of the world's most pressing societal issues. As a DRK portfolio organization, we receive a generous investment over three years and the leadership of DRK Managing Director, Margo Drakos, who sits on our national board to assist in resources and strategy for scaling operations.
In addition to Margo, we added two national board members: Christy McFerren and Doug Bibby. Christy is President of Catalyst Marketing and a longtime supporter of Shelters to Shutters, both personally and professionally. Doug served as President of the National Multifamily Housing Council for 21 years and brings a wealth of relationships and industry knowledge to the organization.
As we look to 2023, we continue to focus efforts on increasing training opportunities to put forth high-quality candidates for our industry partners and set up our participants for longterm success. I look forward to seeing how many lives we can change for the better together.
Thank you for your partnership and continued support.CHRIS FINLAY Founder and Chairman
Shelters to Shutters is a national 501(c)(3) organization that transitions individuals and families at risk of or experiencing homelessness to economic self-sufficiency by providing career training, employment, and housing opportunities in partnership with the real estate industry.
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A LETTER FROM OUR PRESIDENT AND CEO
DEAR FRIENDS AND SUPPORTERS OF S2S:
In 2021, as many of you know, we changed our program delivery model and began deepening our roots in local communities with the addition of local staff and advisory boards. In 2022, we focused on building a strong foundation to support the work required to deliver our mission and vision efficiently and effectively at the local and national levels.
Recognizing the increased need for career training, job coaching, and individualized plans to assist our participants, we invested in key program supports to deploy across our network. We added an assessment tool and an online learning platform to help us better identify and prepare individuals for work in the multifamily industry, a mentoring program to aid our participants on their journey, and a nationally recognized self-sufficiency matrix tool to help us determine whether our efforts are, in fact, leading a person to economic independence.
On our expansion efforts, we launched four new markets in 2022: Orlando, Phoenix, Charleston, and North Texas (Dallas/Fort Worth). We continued to add local leaders passionate about our work at the local level to our City Advisory Boards. We are proud to now have more than 75 engaged, committed City Advisory Board members across our nine markets. We also expanded our reach within the industry with the addition of 25 new multifamily industry partners receiving more than 70 quality talent referrals for their open positions through our program.
I’m proud of the progress we made last year, but we are still learning. We have not yet cracked the code in terms of scaling our operations. To do so, we are piloting a number of ways to execute our model a bit differently in 2023. I anticipate we will learn a great deal this year that will ultimately accelerate the number of people we will be able to place in full-time employment and affordable housing for themselves and their families. I look forward to sharing those results with you over the course of the year.
Thank you for your support of this mission. I hope as you read through this report, you will get a sense of what was accomplished in 2022. It would not have been possible without you, so thank you.
With appreciation,DAVID WILLIAMS President and CEO
A NEW FOUNDATION
“WHEN I GOT HERE…EVERYTHING JUST REVERSED.”
These are words Sherrice used to describe her experience with Shelters to Shutters. Sherrice came to Shelters to Shutters through our partnership with the YWCA Domestic Violence Shelter in Nashville, Tennessee. After leaving a domestic violence situation, she and her four children were in need of a home and stable income to sustain it. Sherrice commented,
Sherrice applied to our program and began meeting with Shelters to Shutters Nashville Executive Director Chris Smith. She was provided with an opportunity to interview for a groundskeeper position with Freeman Webb. Her positive attitude and work ethic won them over.
After receiving a job offer, Sherrice and her family moved into a three-bedroom apartment on site where she was hired. The property has a playground, a pool, and a community room that their family enjoys together. They are also steps from the bus stop for the kids to get to school.
In September 2022, Sherrice celebrated her one-year employment anniversary with Freeman Webb. Sherrice took hold of the opportunity to rebuild a strong foundation for herself and her family, and she continues to thrive today.
“I HAD ENOUGH MONEY FOR A HOTEL FOR ONE NIGHT. AFTER THAT, WE SLEPT WHEREVER WE COULD. DOG PARKS, PLAYGROUNDS...”
NATIONAL BOARD OF DIRECTORS
We are excited to report on the growth of our national board in 2022! This growth is a critical piece of our national strategy in deeply rooting ourselves as a sustainable organization with committed leadership that ensures our programmatic, financial, and operational goals are met.
It’s an honor to be joining this incredible organization as a board member and partake in all it is doing to help individuals achieve economic prosperity, financial independence, and a safe place to call home. I look forward to continue advancing the foundation upon which Chris and the rest of the board has laid by tapping into my network to broaden our industry partnerships in order to allow for more people to benefit from our mission.”— DOUG BIBBY FORMER PRESIDENT, NATIONAL MULTIFAMILY HOUSING COUNCIL (NMHC)
“SHELTERS TO SHUTTERS AND ITS UNIQUE APPROACH TO ADDRESS HOUSING INSECURITY AND HOMELESSNESS IS A CAUSE VERY IMPORTANT TO ME, AND ONE THAT I AM PROUD TO SUPPORT.
MEET THE TEAM
PROGRAM COORDINATOR, CHARLOTTE
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, ORLANDO
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, CHARLOTTE
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, ATLANTA
PROGRAM RECRUITER, ORLANDO
KRISTEN FAGLEY POTEET
VICE PRESIDENT, EXTERNAL AFFAIRS
MARKETING AND DEVELOPMENT MANAGER
NATIONAL PARTNERSHIPS MANAGER
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, GREATER PHOENIX
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, NORTH TEXAS
PROGRAM MANAGER, NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, HOUSTON
NATIONAL DIRECTOR OF PROGRAMS AND OPERATIONS
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION
PROGRAM ASSISTANT, NASHVILLE
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, NASHVILLE
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, CHARLESTON
TRAINING AND TALENT DEVELOPMENT MANAGER
PRESIDENT AND CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
2022 saw the organization building out a national foundation of workforce development for career training, life skills, and overall support both preemployment and post-hire to ensure S2S participants are put on a path leading to long-term stability. 2022 saw the addition of:
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CRITERIA ASSESSMENTS CONDUCTED ON EACH ELIGIBLE PROGRAM APPLICANT TO PROVIDE INSIGHT ON APTITUDES, INTERESTS, AND INITIAL SKILL LEVEL
A CUSTOMIZED TRAINING PLAN UTILIZING EDGE2LEARN’S ROBUST ONLINE PLATFORM WITH MULTIFAMILY HOUSING INDUSTRY-FOCUSED CURRICULUM, ALONG WITH TRAINING IN TECHNICAL SKILLS, SOFT SKILLS, AND LIFE SKILLS LITERACY
A FULL-TIME NATIONAL TRAINING MANAGER TO SUPPORT THE ONGOING NEEDS OF PARTICIPANTS IN THE PRE-EMPLOYMENT AND POST-EMPLOYMENT STAGES WITH THE CREATION OF LEARNING PATHWAYS SPECIFIC TO SHELTERS TO SHUTTERS
A FORMALIZED ONE-YEAR MENTORSHIP PROGRAM THAT INCLUDES TRAINING FOR THE MENTOR AND CURRICULUM FOR MENTEE GOAL SETTING AND MILESTONE ACHIEVEMENT
THE ADOPTION OF THE ARIZONA SELF-SUFFICIENCY MATRIX TO MEASURE THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE OVERALL PROGRAM IN ADVANCING INDIVIDUALS TO ECONOMIC INDEPENDENCE
31 trained mentors committed to walk alongside hired participants for one year.
52 participants were hired into full-time employment with housing benefits, 83 total impacted with dependents.
226 individuals took career-advancing training.
252 career learning pathways were completed for maintenance, groundskeeping, leasing, concierge, and housekeeping.
The average reported wage for S2S participants prior to our program was $7.45, while the average wage for S2S participants hired through our program in 2022 was $18.07 (an increase of 142%).
GEORGE, LEASING AGENT AT HOLDING HIS PROGRAM GRADUATION PLAQUE WITH HIS S2S MENTOR, TODD
REBUILDING AND THRIVING
In December 2021, George lost his father to cancer. George was living with his father to help as he fought through the disease. After his father passed away, George was unable to get his name added to the lease of the apartment. He was given nine days to move out. Suddenly, George found himself in a situation he never expected while going through the grief and pain of losing his father.
GEORGE TURNED TO THE COUNTY HE LIVED IN FOR HELP AND WAS TOLD HE HAD TWO CHOICES: GO TO A SHELTER FOR THOSE EXPERIENCING HOMELESSNESS OR FIND A FRIEND TO STAY WITH.
He was able to sleep in a friend’s living room as a short-term solution while he continued to look for help.
After connecting with Virginia Career Works, a Shelters to Shutters referring partner, George was introduced to the Shelters to Shutters National Capital Region Executive Director. George was accepted into the program just in time for a hiring event in January 2022 with multiple Shelters to Shutters industry partners. George did not have experience in the multifamily industry, but his background in customer service, his positive attitude, and his motivation made him stand out.
George was offered a full-time position as a Resident Coordinator with Bonaventure Property Management. He was provided with a discounted apartment large enough for his daughter to have her own play area. Shelters to Shutters national partner, CORT, provided furniture and household essentials. And, as part of the Shelters to Shutters program, George was paired with a mentor, Todd Elliott of Hogan Lovells US LLP, to walk alongside him and offer support as he navigated multiple life transitions.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS, GEORGE WAS PROMOTED TO A LEASING CONSULTANT. IN JANUARY 2023, GEORGE GRADUATED FROM S2S AND CELEBRATED HIS ONE-YEAR ANNIVERSARY AT BONAVENTURE.
At the local level, the Atlanta, Charlotte, Houston, Nashville, and National Capital Region markets built on their 2021 launches. Four new markets were added to our program service areas, bringing our win-win model to Charleston, Orlando, Greater Phoenix, and North Texas. Local markets expanded with new City Advisory Board members and a growing volunteer base.
LAUNCHED OPERATIONS IN FOUR NEW MARKETS: CHARLESTON, ORLANDO, GREATER PHOENIX, AND NORTH TEXAS
MORE THAN 75 ACTIVE AND ENGAGED CITY ADVISORY BOARD MEMBERS
100 VOLUNTEERS PARTICIPATING IN RESUME REVIEW, JOB COACHING, EVENTS, AND MENTORSHIPS
“I've seen firsthand the impact that Shelters to Shutters has on its participants. There's a need for maintenance professionals in multifamily, and this is an incredible opportunity to give back in a way that also serves our industry. I'm attracted by the 'bootstrap' nature of this program — it requires an investment of effort by participants.”Mike Susen, Senior Director, Real Estate, Greystar Charlotte City Advisory Board Member
“S2S gives participants the ability to transform their lives by providing a safe place to live and a job with ample training, giving them the self-esteem and stability they need to succeed. My mentee has taught me more about life, attitude, and gratitude than I could ever teach her about real estate, and I am honored to be able to assist with this mission.”Megan Thomas, Director, Real Estate Finance, Walker & Dunlop Charleston Volunteer Mentor
CITY ADVISORY BOARDS
Tiffanie Dowd, Managing Director of Experience, RangeWater
Patrick Flanigan, Vice President, POPIC LLC
Sharp Gillespy, Director of Business Development, OneApp
Natalie de Guardiola, Director of Asset Management, Vista Realty Partners
Dan Haefner, CAB Chair, Senior Vice President, OMNIA Partners, Multifamily Housing
Janet Ham, Senior Director, Yardi Southeast Client Services
Ali Jamal, Chief Executive Officer, Stablegold Hospitality
Amar Lama, Managing Partner, TEQuity Venture Partners, LLC
Manja Nayak, SVP Customer Success and Global IIoT, Microland Ltd
Dr. Debbie Phillips, President, The Quadrillion
John Rebol, Founder, Xtreme Wellness LLC
Carrie-Jo Stoneman-Vanderlaan, Property Manager, Carroll Management
Susan Burke, CAB Chair, Regional Property Manager, Middleburg Communities
Victoria Cowart, Director of Education and Outreach, Petscreening
Wendy Dorchester, Senior VP, Operations and Culture, Pegasus Residential
William “Billy” Pelloni, President, Adalease Property Management
Austin Sneed, Senior Analyst, Walker & Dunlop
Turner Waldrup, Owner, Lowcountry Waste Collectors
Randy Baker, CAB Chair, Chief Executive Officer, RCB Management Group
John Blumer, M.D., Charlotte Ear Nose and Throat Associates
Gio Gallo, Co-Chief Executive Officer and Chief Development Officer, Compliance Line
Andrea Howard, Managing Director, NorghMarq
Rasha Hasaneen, VP Product Management Excellence and Innovation, Trane Technologies
Rick Hill, Vice President of Sales, Ava Security
Jason LaBonte, Chief Investment Officer, Crescent Communities
Mike Susen, Senior Director, Real Estate, Greystar
DuBose Williamson, Principal, Collett Capital
Eric Ziegler, Director of Corporate Development, Inpro
Helen Vollmer Caudle, Principal and Consultant, Caudle Crisis & Communications Counsel (4C)
Katie Croasdale, CAB Chair, Senior Vice President, Guaranty Bank & Trust
Frank Larkey, President, LOCI International
Sarah Mangrem, Resident Programs Director, New Hope Housing, Inc.
Stephen Miranda, Sr. Vice President/Private Client Advisor, Bank of America Private Bank
Matt Phillips, Sr. Vice President, CBRE
Nick Pontikes, Vice President Construction and Design, Satterfield & Pontikes Construction
Paula Sacks, Senior Vice President, Chief HR, Marketing, Communications and CSR Officer, ENGIE North America
CITY ADVISORY BOARDS
Blair Carroll, Senior Vice President of Property Operations, Elmington Properties
Josh Chapman, Chief Marketing Officer, Wellvana Health
Kirby Davis, CAB Chair, Chief Operations Officer, Freeman Webb
Nancy Everitt, President and CEO, HEOPS, Inc.
Lisa Gunderson, Vice President of Asset Management, Bristol Development Group
Sara Hoover, Principal, SFH Consulting
Brett Kingman, Managing Director, Walker & Dunlop, Nashville
Nancy Morris, Vice President of Procurement, Freeman Webb
Charlie Tallent, Owner, Katy’s Hallmark
Michael Weichart, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, TeamHealth, Inc.
Alex Bensahel, Director, Investment Sales Division for Mid-Atlantic Group, Eastern Union
Daniel Din, Senior Managing Director, Co-Head Impact Housing, Kayne Anderson Real Estate
Martin Fayer, Senior Managing Director, NewPoint Real Estate Capital
Dave Flessas, Partner, Forsys Consulting
Andy Helmer, CAB Chair, Chief Commercial Officer, Wagestream
Brenda Ntim, Director, Strategic Finance, Hogan Lovells US LLP
Brittanie McCarty, Retail Sales Manager, CORT
Bobbie Pollard, Vice President, Operations, Bell Partners
Pam Rothenberg, Partner, Womble Bond Dickinson (US) LLP
Ann-Marie Bomba, President, TAM Residential
Joe Bruce, Senior Vice President, AMLI Development Co.
Steve Cagle, Senior Advisor, Employee Health and Benefits, MarshMcLennan Agency
Janine Jovanovic, Chief Growth Officer, Middleburg Communities
Scotty Landry, CAB Chair, CEO, HLH Family Foundation
Wade Lowe, Director of Business Development, 5G Studio
Kin Oldham, Executive Director, Apartment Association of Greater Dallas
Zachary Patterson, Head of Multifamily Investing, The Meridian Group
Chapin Bell, CEO, PB Bell
Sean Cunningham, Vice Chairman, CBRE
Libby Ekre, Principal, MEB Management
Josh Hartmann, CEO, NexMetro
Robert Hicks, Executive Vice President, Portico
Courtney Levinus, President and CEO, Arizona Multihousing Association
Lesa LaRocca, Division President, Southwest and North Central, Avenue 5 Residential
Dave McLurg, CAB Chair, Founding Partner/Chairman, Anavate Partners
Jay Petkunas, CEO, The Wolff Company
THANK YOU TO OUR INDUSTRY PARTNERS
Twenty-five new multifamily companies joined our existing industry partners to have access to our pipeline of pre-screened, trained candidates for their open on-site positions. In return, they provide full-time employment and discounted housing opportunities to those hired. Together, we save a local community between $30,000 – $50,000 for every individual we transition from homelessness to self-sufficiency.
They’ve provided us with trained individuals who have also become excellent contributors to our on-site teams and our company. At a time when finding talent has extra challenges, S2S has proven to be a great resource for our maintenance and sales groups.”FRED KAPEL VICE PRESIDENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES, INDEPENDENCE REALTY TRUST/IRT MANAGEMENT
“PARTNERING WITH SHELTERS TO SHUTTERS HAS BEEN ONE OF THE MOST REWARDING AND SUCCESSFUL RELATIONSHIPS WE’VE ENCOUNTERED.
Thank you to all who volunteered, attended, and donated to our events in 2022! We appreciate your support and can't wait for all the events to come.
CORT DELIVERY DAYS
CORT’s national partnership with Shelters to Shutters provides our hired participants with housewares, furniture, and peace of mind as they start their new careers and transition back to economic independence. CORT’s generous donations turn a new place to live into a home where our participants can thrive.
“YOU ALL HAVE DONE A FANTASTIC JOB OF THINKING OF EVERYTHING WE COULD POSSIBLY NEED TO MOVE ON TO ANOTHER STAGE OF OUR LIFE. MY KIDS HAVEN’T SEEN IT YET. WHEN THEY COME HOME, THEY ARE GOING TO EXPLODE! AS A FATHER, ALL YOU REALLY WANT IS TO GIVE YOUR KIDS WHAT THEY NEED AND Y’ALL HAVE DONE SO MUCH TO GET ME TO THIS POINT.”
— Michael B., Maintenance Tech, Charlotte
“WORDS CANNOT EXPRESS THE JOY THAT I AM FEELING AT THIS MOMENT. WHAT A BLESSING! I BECAME OVERWHELMED AS THE DELIVERY GUYS WERE BRINGING EVERYTHING INSIDE. ALL THE FURNITURE IS BEAUTIFUL! MY APARTMENT TRULY FEELS LIKE HOME NOW. THE BLESSINGS THAT HAVE COME THROUGH YOU HAVE MADE MY HEART HAPPY!
P.S. ROB AND JOE WERE SO WONDERFUL AND KIND. THEY MADE SURE I WAS HAPPY WITH THE PLACEMENT OF EVERYTHING. THEY EVEN TOOK THE TIME TO MAKE UP MY NEW BED FOR ME!”
— Erinn, National Capital Region
THANK YOU TO OUR DONORS
Rebecca & Chris Finlay Draper Richards Kaplan Foundation
Lloyd Jones LLC Walker & Dunlop Gives Back The Wolff Company
Apartment Association of Greater Dallas Humanity United United Planning Organization
The Allen Family Fund
Bank of America
The Medallion Foundation
Northland Investment Corporation
Prudential - PGIM RE
Anavate Partners, LLC
Charleston Apartment Association
Greystar Real Estate Partners
Albert & Ethel Hertzstein Foundation
Sandra & James Keffer
American Equity Avenue5
Ann-Marie Bomba Carrier
Chadwell Supply Inc. CORT
Flessas Family Fund
Andrea & Matthew Hardison
HLH Family Foundation
Hoover Giving Fund
Sarah Mangrem & Nour Diallo
Brenda & Chris Opie
RangeWater Real Estate
Nancy & Randy Baker
Christ Episcopal Church Foundation
John & Suzanne Fain Charitable Fund
Flow Family Foundation Fund
Franklin Philanthropic Foundation
GenOn Holdings, Inc.
Group Affordable One Home Services
Guaranty Bank & Trust, N.A.
Hall & Associates
Ashley & Randal Harrell
JLL DC Capital Markets
Bill Kalm & Raedene Keeton
Ron & Sharon McAffee Family Fund
Lisa & Kris Mikkelsen
550 Construction, LLC
BDW CCRE Venture LLC
EDS - Environmental Diversified Services
Soref Bush Giving Fund
Marianna & David Calabrase
Colliers International Real Estate
Community Concierge Services
Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee
Dominion Realty Partners LLC
The Donaldson Group
Candy & Jim Higgins
Holt Ney Zatcoff & Wasserman
Jane & Marty Kittrell
Lincoln Property Company
Melnick Real Estate Advisors
Cathy & Mark Parkey
Sherly Wirawati & Peter Pianoto
Reynolds Family Giving Fund
The Ridare Fund
The Venable Foundation
Troutman Pepper Hamilton Sanders
Martha & David Williams
Radiant Metal Works LLC
Jennifer & John Blumer
Schloemer Family Charitable Fund
Three Sixteen Foundation
Van Metre Companies
Peter Von Der Ahe
Womble Bond Dickinson (US) LLP
Lorsey & Robert Alge
AMLI Development Company
AOG Wealth Management
BCB Investments LLC
James F Catudal Family Fund
Cynthia & Larry Christian
Corporate Fleet Services
Covenant Capital Group, LLC
The Harrison-Robbie Dearling Foundation
Digital Minds International
Ewing Family Foundation
Alona & Martin Fayer
Jenna & Giovanni Gallo
Gates Hudson Residents
Jack & Brantley Garaghty
JLL Capital Markets NC
Tiffany & Kirk Johnson
The Kirkland Co.
Lefaive Family Giving Fund
Matan Family Foundation, Inc.
Susan & Ron Parks
PB & J LLC
Dr. Debbie Phillips
Planners & Engineers Collaborative
Premier Placements, LLC
Provence Real Estate
Purple Gold Partners
R. James Properties
Joann & Jim Schumacher
Seaton Family Giving Fund
Stamps Family Giving Fund
Strategic Management Partners
Twisted Pair Media
Helen Vollmer Caudle
Nancy & Gary Waller
Molly & Daniel Walsh
Wilkins Family Charitable Fund
Maria & Brandon Williams
Karen & Bob Wood
Yardi Systems Inc.
Angie & Samuel Yeager
A1 Valet Trash
Ancillary Services Management, LLC
Lisa & Travis Anderson
BluSky Restoration Contractors
Brownlee Whitlow & Praet
Michelle & Michael Cloer
Clymer Facial Plastic Surgery
Elaine & Randy Davidson
Dougherty Family Charity Fund
Empower Retirement LLC
Carolyn & Brian Feck
Walter & Michele Fisher Charitable Fund
Gateway Management Co.
Georgia Apartment Association
Kim & David Goodrum
Grassco Management Company
Larry Griffin, Jr.
Rhonda & Lynn Hagar
Geraldine Hayhurst & James Whitlinger
Chris & Stuart Hudson
Patrick D Jones
Kempf Family Foundation
Edwin Kimsey, Jr.
Leyendecker Consulting Services, Inc
Janice & Stephen Liddell
Sherry and Gerald Merfish Fund - Houston
Jewish Community Foundation
MPH Sourcing Inc.
Poettker Construction Company
Carol & Daniel Price
Jane & Michael Ravey
Anne Marie Reynolds
Diane & Jeffrey Robinson
Paula & Ronnie Rummage
SuperHero Fire Protection
Beth & Tim Webb
West End United Methodist Church
THANK YOU TO OUR IN-KIND DONORS
$50,000+ Middleburg Communities
$25,000+ ALN Data Catalyst
In-kind donations made to Shelters to Shutters reduced operating expenses, supported program initiatives, and helped raise additional funds through events. CORT
Helen Vollmer Caudle
CHANGES IN NET ASSETS (DEFICIT)
NET ASSETS, BEGINNING OF YEAR
Numbers reflect draft unaudited financials and include $400,000 in restricted funding and loan forgiveness. To receive a copy of audited financials upon completion, please email Kristen.Poteet@shelterstoshutters.org.
JUAN, S2S PARTICIPANT, HOUSTON
Jaun signs his new apartment lease with S2S industry partner, Barvin. Juan was hired as a porter for the community.
PAUL, S2S GRADUATE, ATLANTA
“S2S gave me the solid ground to stand on, to be the person who I am.”