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Portraits of Success: Twin Cities RISE! 2012 Annual Report


Mission

Challenges Overcome

The mission of Twin Cities RISE! (TCR!) is to provide employers with skilled workers – primarily men from communities of color in the Twin Cities area – by training under- and unemployed adults for skilled jobs that pay a living wage of at least $20,000 annually.

Unstable housing. Criminal history. Chemical dependency. Chronic, long-term unemployment. Low academic achievement. Our participants overcome these and other barriers to achieve career success and financial self-sufficiency.

Our Innovative Approach We accomplish our mission by providing a unique job training program for adults living in deep poverty that combines work skills and Personal Empowerment training. Personal Empowerment is the lifeblood of TCR!, and a cornerstone of our success.

Our participants learn that they have core value: they are lovable, important and valuable.

Why It Works Personal Empowerment training helps the people we serve change the way they think about themselves and others. They acquire the emotional and resilience skills necessary to succeed both on the job and in every aspect of their lives.

The Non Nonprofit: For-Profit Thinking for Nonprofit Success by Steve Rothschild Founder and Board Chair of Twin Cities RISE! After serving as an Executive Vice President of General Mills, Steve Rothschild established TCR! in 1993, applying what he learned in his corporate career and his service on nonprofits boards to create a successful nonprofit organization. This book, published in 2012, describes how business principles can be translated to the nonprofit community. These principles are fundamental to the success of TCR!. They include: market-driven, Personal Empowerment, outcomesfocused, reciprocal accountability and learning-driven.

According to Rothschild, for-profit and nonprofit organizations can all benefit from applying these principles. He also observes that Personal Empowerment is critical. TCR! discovered that graduates who developed a sense of personal accountability through Personal Empowerment also developed the hope, self-esteem and perseverance necessary to succeed at long-term employment. Visit www.steverothschild.org for more information.


Dear Friends,

I am… lovable, important and valuable; worthy; ready to change. I can… adjust; bounce back; work hard; take responsibility; succeed. I will… be a great employee; take control of my life; be accountable; stay personally empowered; never give up. These are all powerful words at TCR!. They are even more powerful thoughts. They capture the essence of our transformational Personal Empowerment program, and they describe a process that our participants experience and a set of skills that they develop. It starts with a strong self-affirmation – I am; leads to developing a greater sense of self-esteem and confidence – I can; and finishes with a commitment to action and success – I will. This is the Empowerment journey that leads to full-time employment and a long-term, sustainable path to financial independence. It equips our graduates with the resilience skills needed to overcome the many barriers that they have. The best part about it? It works! These words and thoughts also describe the character of TCR! Our annual report’s Portraits of Success, as well as the articulate words of all of those profiled, reinforce this view. Our success formula integrates these Personal Empowerment skills with a strong skills training and coaching model, a thoughtful strategy, and a hard-headed commitment to continuous improvement. We are intentional about how we define and measure success, and believe we have learned the lessons of The Non Nonprofit well. Success at TCR! is measured by our long-term job retention rates that exceed 80%, a change in our graduates’ income of 311%, a return on investment to state taxpayers of more than $7 for every $1 invested, and a sharp drop in recidivism.

Scope and demographics of people served by Twin Cities RISE! By race: African American

Caucasian

22%

58%

By gender:

Male

56% Other 1% Unknown 2% Multi Racial 2% Asian 3% Latino 3% American Indian 4% African 5%

Female

44%

Although the challenges our participants face remain formidable, we look forward to the year ahead. We just started an innovative national pilot program, funded by the US Department of Labor, to provide tailored work skills and wraparound services (through partnerships) for female ex-offenders. We are also launching new Personal Empowerment training programs for several of our nonprofit partners, helping them provide better outcomes for their clients. As we continue to innovate and grow, we are honored by the strong support of so many key stakeholders: employers, volunteers, donors, and a dedicated, highly professional staff team. Thank you for your support!

Steve Rothschild Founder & Board Chair

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Art Berman President & CEO

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Cletus Smith

2012 Job Retention upon graduation* from Twin Cities RISE!

2012 TCR! Graduate

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“The biggest change in my life? I’m happy. I smile a lot now. People have confidence in me, because I have confidence in myself.”

“Before TCR! I had a destructive lifestyle. I was doing drugs. I wasn’t a good father and wasn’t a good son. I was just doing all the wrong things for all the wrong reasons” Cletus says. Cletus learned about TCR! while serving time in a correctional facility. Reflecting on his life, he decided he wanted something different. He was ready to change, and was aware of the challenges that stood in his way. He talks about how two aspects of TCR! contributed to his success turning his life around. One was the commitment and compassion of the staff. “By me taking a chance on myself, and by the staff taking a chance on me... I learned to trust more,” Cletus says. “And it’s just a good feeling being around people who project good energy.” The other was Personal Empowerment training. The Personal Empowerment concepts TCR! participants learn and use every day throughout the course of their training and employment ultimately help them make decisions that lead to more constructive, socially positive outcomes.

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1 Year

2 Years

» 82%

» 71%

* Aggregate of program graduates, 1995-2012

“It’s like: ‘okay, if I just react to this situation without thinking, then I’ll probably end up doing something I have no business doing.’ Which I always did in the past, without empowerment,” Cletus says. The choices Cletus is making are, indeed, more constructive. He is currently employed in maintenance and facilities assistance at Turning Point, Inc. – a job he enjoys because people depend on him to repair and maintain the appliances that make their lives easier and more comfortable. The next step for him is more education to help improve his career prospects, specifically classes in heating and ventilation/air conditioning. “Another goal for me is to reunite with my youngest daughter,” Cletus adds. “That’s one of my goals. The steps are already there.”


Rodney Wade

Recidivism Rates

2012 TCR! Graduate

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“I think the biggest change for me in my life is I look for solutions to my problems rather than run away from them.”

When Rodney enrolled with TCR!, he had a criminal background and an unstable housing situation. While he had a good employment history, a strong work ethic and a genuine desire to change, his past remained a barrier. Upon his arrival at TCR! Rodney embraced the Personal Empowerment concepts he was learning from day one. He set goals for himself, developed an action plan and became fully engaged in the process of finding a job.

Minnesota Ex-Offenders »

61%

TCR!Participant Ex-Offenders » TCR!Graduate Ex-Offenders »

32% 16%

Today, Rodney is employed full time in a warehouse position at Northern Brewer Homebrew Supply. He has had several reviews and has received outstanding ratings. One of the things he enjoys about the job is the opportunity to share some of the wisdom he has gained with other TCR! participants. Like everyone who has ambitions, Rodney still sometimes wishes for speedier progress toward his career goals. And he remains committed and is also philosophical about his efforts.

“I have to emphasize the empowerment program,” Rodney says. “I had to change the way I thought in order to change the way I live.”

“Sometimes it just takes longer,” Rodney says. “But things you work for, things you strive for – the reward is often so much greater once you obtain the goal,”

Personal Empowerment training has made a big difference in Rodney’s life, in his relationships with others and in his career. In fact, Rodney was one of two annual recipients of the Robert Morris Empowerment Award, given to one male and one female TCR! participant who demonstrate strong empowerment in their daily lives.

“So TCR! has certainly changed my life,” Rodney adds. “And I think it can change others.”

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Paula Spearman

2012 Average Income Change Upon Graduation »

2012 TCR! Graduate

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“I feel successful at this point. And I feel blessed I was able to overcome where I was and [be] where I am now.”

“Before TCR! I didn’t really care enough about myself to get up and do what I needed to do,” Paula says. “So I was in a rut in my life where nothing really mattered.” At TCR!, Paula learned important job skills that prepared her for her current full-time position at Northside Achievement Zone. She was hired as a receptionist and was promoted to Family Academy Coordinator. In addition to learning hard skills, the Personal Empowerment training played a role in her career success. “Empowerment has really taught me how to be a better me.” Paula says. “And how to choose who I let into my life. It also helped me know that no one can make me angry or push my buttons.”

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$25,077

$6,105 Pre-program

Paula was a single mother of two children, had no job, little motivation and low self-confidence. However she decided to change all that after watching her mother transform her life by succeeding at TCR!.

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Change of $18,972

311%

Post-program

Paula and her children now have stable housing, because of her steady employment. She owns a car, which gives her flexibility for job and child care responsibilities. And she has started to save money – she has bank accounts both for herself and for her children. Paula says the professional and personal growth she has experienced as a result of participating in TCR! continue to be a strong influence in her life. “I got the promotion, so now I’m just trying to figure out what I can do education-wise to better that in order to move forward in the organization,” Paula says. “And in my personal life, I’m getting married.”


Hyatt Regency Minneapolis » Hiring Partner Profile Photos by Mike Krivit

“We trust the fact that TCR! is going to give us somebody who is respectful, professional, hardworking. We don’t have to worry,” said Sam Ebert, Employment Specialist. “To Sam’s point, there are certain things you look for: professionalism, honesty, integrity,” says Dusty Perryman, Assistant Director of Human Resources. “Being able to rely on TCR! and know they are being taught those skills, its very hard to train that. So when you find those people, you latch on to them,” Perryman adds. “Because we can train anyone to cook, to check in a guest at the hotel. But you can’t train honesty, humility.” The Hotel may have a lot of confidence in the quality of the job candidates TCR! refers to it. However, each TCR! candidate who is hired still must pass through a rigorous selection process, points out Sara Lebens, Area Director of Human Resources. And each TCR! job candidate who is hired can be proud of his or her accomplishment, because it is not easy. “Sam goes through about 3,500 applicants a year,” Lebens says. “They [TCR! candidates] are competing with all of them. So to have individuals who have been groomed through TCR! and coached and trained, to be selected is fantastic,” Lebens observes. “It says a lot about the organization.”

Sam Ebert

In addition to hiring qualified job candidates, employee volunteers help conduct job interview role playing exercises, contribute to training opportunities for TCR! clients and frequently speak to TCR! classes about employment-related topics in the hospitality industry. The hotel also plays an important role in helping guide TCR! policy by contributing to its Employer Advisory Panel.

Sara Lebens

Dusty Perryman

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Hiring Partners in the Past Five Years ABM Industries Incorporated Alerus Financial* AllianceOne AlliedBarton Security Servicies Allied Interstate Allina Hospitals & Clinics* ApplianceSmart Aramark Arby’s* Artspace AT&T Augustana Care Avtec Finishing Systems Bailey Nurseries Benson Parking Service Best Brands Incorporated Best Buy Bethel Care Center* Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Twin Cities Bridging Inc.* Brookdale Senior Living* C.H. Robinson Worldwide, Inc. Candlewood Suites Caribou Coffee Casper and Runyon’s Nook Catholic Charities of St. Paul and Minneapolis Central Roofing Company Charter Communications Comcast* Community Action Partnership of Ramsey & Washington Counties Copeland Trucking* Courtyard by Marriott CPA Global Crew2, Inc.* CSL Behring CSM Bakery Products D. Brian’s Deli Dakota Communities Domestic Abuse Project Donatelle Plastic DoubleTree Dunwoody Academy Eureka Recycling

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Financial Crime Services Franklin Bank G&K Services* Great Clips* Guthrie Theater Hallmark Building Supplies, Inc.* Harvard Maintanence HealthEast Downtown St. Paul Clinic Hilton Garden Inn Hilton Minneapolis HIRED Hogan Holiday Inn* Homeward Bound Inc. Horizon Commercial Pool Supply* Hubert H. Humphrey Job Corps Center Hyatt Regency Minneapolis* Imagine! Print Solutions Immedia* iQor J. Knutson & Associates Japs-Olson JCPenney* Jerabek’s New Bohemian Jimmy John’s Kinship of Greater Minneapolis Lakeville Motor Express Lindquist & Vennum Liquor Barrel Loaves and Fishes of Minnesota Lube Tech Lubrication Technologies Inc. Macy’s Marsden Bldg Maintenance, LLC Marshalls* MECLABS MEDTOX Scientific Memorial Blood Centers Men’s Warehouse* Merciel International, LLC Minneapolis Public Schools Minnesota Central School Bus* Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development

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Minnesota Department of Veteran Affairs Minnesota Veterans Homes* Minnetonka Transportation, Inc.* Mississippi Market Mobile Radio Engineering, Inc.* Morrie’s Automotive Group* Mystic Lake Casino Hotel* NAMI Minnesota* National American University* National Flooring Equipment, Inc.* NCO Group* New Directions Inc. New French Bakery Normandale Community College Northern Brewer Homebrew Supply* North Memorial Health Care Northland Securities, Inc. Northside Achievement Zone Office Depot* OffiCenters Olympic Steel Open Arms of Minnesota OptumHealth Outsell Parents in Community Action Park Avenue Center Parkwood Shores Assisted Living People Incorporated People Serving People Perkins Phoenix Alternatives, Inc. Pioneer Metal Finishing Precision Associates, Inc.* Precision Coatings Inc. Rainbow Foods Randstad Ratner Steel Supply Company* RBC Wealth Management Remmele Engineering* REM MN Community Services, Inc.* RESOURCE Restaurant Depot Roadsmith Trike Conversions* Sabathani Community Center Sam’s Club SatCom Marketing, LLC

Schroeder Milk Company Sodexo Spec Plating Spherion Staffing Services St. Anne’s Place SterilMed Stock Roofing Success Computer Consulting Summit Academy OIC SuperAmerica Sustainable Resources Center Sysco Asian Foods* TCF Bank* The Arc Greater Twin Cities The Commons on Marice The Cooperating Community Programs* The Family Partnership The Marquette Hotel The MENTOR Network The NetWork for Better Futures The QC Group The Salvation Army - Minneapolis Harbor Light Center The Wayside House Inc. Thomas Engineering Company Tube Bending Specialists Turning Point, Inc. Twin Cities Local Initiatives Support Corporation Twin Cities RISE!* Twin City Hide U.S. Bank US Foods* University Bank University of Minnesota Urban Homeworks Village Green Companies Walbon and Co. Transportation Services Walmart Wells Fargo* White Castle WindRider International LLC YWCA Zumbro House, Inc. * Hired in 2012


RS EDEN » Strategic Partner Profile Photos by Mike Krivit

“They use a business model that says, ‘we get paid for what we do.’ That is consistent with what we believe. We don’t get paid for trying” says Dan Cain, President. TCR! and RS EDEN created an innovative national pilot service model in 2012 as part of our “Allies Against Poverty” strategy. This is an important step in implementing our stategic plan, which was approved by the Board of Directors in December, 2011. Our plan is to build and sustain a series of flexible alliances to more effectively serve low-income adults. We will improve employment outcomes by partnering to deliver integrated solutions for a broad portfolio of potential needs.

Dan Cain

In August, 2012, TCR! and RS EDEN received a $1.5 million funding commitment from the U.S. Department of Labor to implement a strategic alliance called “Reentry Connect.” Located in St. Paul, Reentry Connect is designed to improve the long-term labor market prospects of ex-offenders, particularly women. TCR! and RS EDEN each contribute strengths from their highly specialized areas of excellence. RS EDEN provides integrated case management, including housing and support service referrals. TCR! delivers its innovative combination of job skills and Personal Empowerment training. And taken together, the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. “We’re case managing families,” says LuAnne Buck, Director of Client Services. “We’re giving second chances. Sometimes third, fourth and fifth chances to help support the families. Because ultimately, these women are raising the next generation.”

LuAnne Buck

“And when you think about excellence, it’s about people.” says Corey Sentieri, Director of Reentry Connect. “You FEEL different when you walk in to TCR!. Everyone is so optimistic and fresh and positive and driven and all on the same page. It’s overwhelming in a really good way.”

Corey Sentieri

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Regina Irwin » Staff Profile

Regina joined TCR! ten years ago, as a foundational coach. After helping participants learn the basic job skills and behaviors necessary to succeed in the workplace, she was asked to add Personal Empowerment training to her responsibilities.

Regina Irwin

To have a deep understanding of the curriculum, she challenged herself to go through the workbook. What she discovered was, in her own words, “a need not just for participants of TCR!, but a need for humanity.” “I studied the material,” Regina continues. “I began to teach the material. And it caused a real burning inside of me. Not just a passion, but a flame that grows each time I see the sparkle in someone’s eyes as the light of Empowerment comes on.” Coaching is hard work. But Regina says it’s definitely worth it. “It makes it worth being tired when I get off of work,” Regina says. “It makes it worth coming in every single day. Because I know somebody’s life is going to be changed. But not just somebody’s – my life is.”

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“If you can make a difference – whether through volunteering or monetarily – it will be amazing for you and for them.”

Mike Krivit

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“I’ve seen peoples’ lives transformed. People who had not only given up on themselves, but also people who others had given up on.”

Kris Petersen » Volunteer Profile

“And you know that your time and money are very effectively used, because it is proven that it is returned six to seven times,” she quickly adds. Kris speaks authoritatively about the volunteer experience, the careful fiscal stewardship of TCR! and the outcomes it produces because she is an active contributor.

Kris Peterson

Kris regularly participates in mock interviews to help TCR! participants practice the skills they are learning. In addition to her tactical support working directly with TCR! participants, Kris makes a variety of important strategic contributions to the organization. She led the team that planned, promoted and hosted the 2012 Music on the Mississippi annual fundraising event. She also serves on the Development Committee. Of all the worthy causes to support locally, why does Kris choose to give her time, talent and money to TCR!? And why does she encourage others to consider supporting TCR!? “I think the Empowerment course is pretty innovative,” she observes. “Each time we break a cycle, that’s amazing. TCR! is not only touching just individuals, it impacts whole families for generations to come.”


Volunteers Lowanda Aaron Mary Adams Stephanie Adams Lisa Adzick Danielle Agnew Korma Aguh Andrea Aldes Toni Alley* Chet Anderson Joni Lynn Anderson Anthony Armstead Michelle Arndt Will Ashenmacher Elizabeth Bandy Tonya Barber Carol Barnett Khadija Bawazir Emily Baxter Shauntina Beatty Keith Bednarowski Emir Beganovic Sebastian Belcher Lois Bell* Boni Berg Evelyn Berg Henry Berman** Kate Berman Chad Bermel Michael Bingham Paige Bingham Rae Blaylark-Grady Tom Boland Lauren Boulware Sonya Boyd Scott Brophy Kimberly Brown Mary Kay Brown Ronald Buford Levi Burton Christopher Butts Anne Carayon Amber Carney Sharon Carpentier Sue Carson Perry Carter Neil Cavanaugh Cindy Cheney

Josè Chipoco Y Ji Chong Kate Christopherson Bill Clark* Amy Columbus Randolph Cooper Cathy Courtney Charles Cox Pat Croal Eleanor Currie-Harris Carol Cushmore Ted Cushmore Robert Daly Staci Darling Sara Delich Fabian Deloach Patricia Devoy Tracey Dewhirst Terry Doerr Katie Douglass Natalie Doyle Karen Dubinsky Mick Dyer* Nada Elseivehy Jason Engen Joan Estenson Dave Ewert Comanche Fairbanks Zikomo Fields Amy Findlay* Christopher Fiorillo Michelle Fischer Colbert Fong Shana Ford Karla Forster Susanne Franklin Linda Freeman Dave French Katherine Friesz Ann Gaasch Lisa Gallmeyer Tess Gehring Nell Gelhaus Peter Gens Susan Gethin Kayley Gilmore David Goldstein Debra Goldstein Sarah Goodman

Morris Goodwin Robin Gotler Billie Gray David Green Kathy Gremillion Katie Greseth Christine Guenther Taleya Hamilton Chris Hanrahan Antonio Hardy Keith Hardy Ariel Harrison Nigel Harrison Janice Harstad Alex Hart Meng Hartos* Mathew Hatle Ryan Hauschild Sharon Hawkins Deb Hayes Brad Henning Byron Hill Claire Hinrichs Anita Hoffman Diane Horak Diane Horalel Faye Horton Byron House Jason Houser Adelle Housker David Houston Errol Ilbuga Sarah Jergenson Bernard Johnson Doris Johnson Joel Johnson Linda Johnson Megan Johnson Rodney Jones Lea Kaiser David Kampa Canan Karatekin Fatoumata Keita* Charles Keller Sharon Kellogg Rohit Keshwani Maria Kirsch Pat Koch Callie Koeniger

Reshma Kolhapure Kyle Koren Lindsey Krause Heidi Kuschel Karen La Vine Sarah Latham Sandy Lehman Cheryl Lehnherr Anne Leighton Matthew Leo Tony Leung Marc Light Sharon Lin Phil Little Jiaru Liu Lisa Lohstreter Teja Lota Bob MacDonald Kathleen MacLennan Katie Maher Catherine Markus Matthew Martin Pixie Martin Barb McCormick Matthew McGlory Shelli McGuire Phyllis McIntyre Trent Meidinger Carolynn Mejia Sarah Melling Patrick Meniboon Desta Meyer Timothy Meyer Holly Miller Terry Moen Kathryn Mommaerts Patrick Morley Douglas Muller Nance Murdock Donald Muske Mike Nelson Thor Nelson Emily Nganywa Abdirizak Noor Angela Norring Jake Novaczyk Tie Oei Michael Olafson Ijaz Osman

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Christine Page Gabrielle Parish* Priit Parro Lucky Pataky* Ryan Pederson Dusty Perryman Kris Petersen* Gazell Pettway Vicki Pierre Mark Poppler Terrance Porter Dave Pylipow Leela Rao Debra Raye Rebecca Rayman Jay Redington Kimberlee Redington Ken Reitz Melanie Richie Jean Ridley Barb Robbins Aqueelah Roberson Wes Rodgers Pam Rogers Michelle Rosburg Marilyn Rothschild Steve Rothschild Dave Ruce* Tony Ryan Cate Rysavy Jill Sackett Davida Sailer Janet Sailer Brittany Salden Kevin Sales Don Samuels Elizabeth Sanberg Stephanie Savage Carolyn Sayers Jeff Schmidt Malana Schmidt Kristin Schubert Steve Senty Anandram Seriram Erin Severson Theresa Sheehy Sonia Shewchuk Jean Sigurdson Pam Siner

Sumito Soichi Nancy Somers Chad Spande Lori Spears Mark Stewart Molly Stiehm Gwendolyn Strong Chris Styring Tom Swain Marion Swanson Greg Swoverland AndrÈ Tellis** Tony Telschow Liz Townsend Andrew Tulloch Mary Upjohn Emiliano Urbina Lisa Van Zee Debora Vander Schaaf Tom Wahlrobe Sarah Walker Craig Warren Kimberley Washington Joan Watson Kyle Wedin Gary Weinstein Amy Welty Martin Wera Alyssa Wetzel-Moore Serge Wetzels Jocelyn Wiedow Jesse Wilson Mark Wooldridge DebbieJo Woolhouse Will Wright Kou Yang Maly Yang Susan Yelk Scott Yeomans Eric Young* *50+ hours ** 100+ hours

Total Hours » 3,229 Total Volunteers » 283

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2012 Twin Cities RISE! Events Photos by Shelley Jacobson

Photo by Chad Bermel

Former State Senator John Harrington (left) delivered the keynote address at the Annual Report to Stakeholders Luncheon, sponsored by General Mills. TCR! graduate Jaime Wright (right) shared his personal story with guests.

Guests enjoy art, music, and food provided by Mill Valley Kitchen at the TCR! Art Auction in May. Hosted at the beautiful Pillsbury mansion, the home of Uri and Melissa Camarena, donors bid on original art and heard the TCR! story. L to R: Chanda Lyons, Susan Vickerman, Kerri Simafranca, Ruth McPherson Photo by Mike Krivit

Photo by Shelley Jacobson

TCR! Coach David Peeples with TCR! graduate Antonio Hardy, the featured speaker at the 2012 Rothschild Summer Social at the home of Steve and Marilyn Rothschild.

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The 4th annual Music on the Mississippi event was held on September 30 at The Saint Paul Hotel. Guests enjoyed jazz by Metro Retro featuring Charmin Michelle, delicious food, and inspirational stories. Sponsored by: Medtronic, Muffy MacMillan, General Mills, Sunrise Community Banks, Travelers and Wells Fargo. L to R: Graduate Speaker Cletus Smith, Emcee Frank Vascellaro


2012 Twin Cities RISE! Financial Statement Income Statement – Unrestricted Financial gifts/support

$2,288,100

United Way

59,500

Earned income

623,800

Miscellaneous income

126,600

Program services

Program services

69%

80%

$2,791,300 355,700

Fundraising 355,500 Total unrestricted deficit

Financial gifts /support

$3,319,500

Management and general Total unrestricted expenses

Expenses

221,500

Government grants

Total unrestricted revenue

Revenues

3,502,500 ($183,000)

Government grants

Miscellaneous income

Management and general

4%

United Way

10%

6%

Earned income

Balance Sheet Temporarily restricted

2%

Fundraising

19%

10%

$870,300

Working capital

848,000

Growth in number of donors and amount given annually

Undesignated 474,700

Year

Total net assets

2000 $1,050,300 2001 $1,272,300 2002 $1,150,000 2003 $1,164,800 2004 $1,290,500 2005 $1,545,400 2006 $2,004,900 2007 $1,864,800 2008 $1,986,000 2009 $2,118,400 2010 $2,122,700 2011 $2,283,700 2012 $2,509,600

$2,193,00

Return on Investment

$1 the state invested in our program, we returned more than $7 to For every

Minnesota taxpayers from increased state tax receipts, reduced state subsidies and reduced recidivism among graduates.

Fundraising Amount Number of Donors

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Margie and Phil Soran » Donor Profile Mike Krivit

“It [TCR!] was the first organization we heard of that approached its business as a performance based nonprofit. To me that was new,” says Margie Soran. “I think TCR! has given us, as we’ve gotten more into philanthropy, a benchmark to use against other organizations,” Phil continues. “One of the things I really like is they instill in their clients and their organization that people have got to earn it. It’s not an entitlement. And I tend to react real well to earning programs versus entitlement programs.”

Margie and Phil Soran

As business owners and entrepreneurs – and like many others who give financial support to nonprofits providing human services – the Sorans approach their work as an investment in the community. But why have they given so generously since learning about TCR! ten years ago?

“We really resonated with the empowerment piece,” says Margie. “We liked that it is trying to help people in the long-term. It’s not just a short-term fix. It’s a lifelong improvement.” “And another thing was the strong statement from them that they are very results oriented. And they set very high criteria in order to reach those results, which really resonated with us,” Margie adds. What about advice for donors and others who may wish to consider TCR! in their philanthropic goals? Without giving it a second thought, the Sorans quickly list a number of ways you can see how your dollars are spent. Phil and Margie together: “Go see it in action. Do a site visit. Go to an Empowerment class. Go watch a graduation. Go mingle with some of the clients. Go feel it. Go face the problem [of solving generational poverty] head-on yourself, too.”

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Planned Giving Program Launched In 2012 TCR! launched the Rothschild Legacy Circle, a new planned giving group named after TCR! Founder and Board Chair, Steve Rothschild, and his wife Marilyn. Donors are now committing to continuing their legacy at TCR! with a planned gift in their will or estate. To find out more about the Rothschild Legacy Circle, please contact giving@twincitiesrise.org or 612-338-0295.


Donors

Ecolab Foundation* George Family Foundation* Nancy Gordon Leaders Circle Sharon and Bill Hawkins* Visionaries $50,000+ Muffy MacMillan Kate and Art Berman* Joyce and Richard McFarland* F.R. Bigelow Foundation Medtronic, Inc. Eugene U. and Mary F. Frey Family Fund Mary and Dave Pylipow* of The Saint Paul Foundation* RBC Foundation - USA* General Mills Foundation* Leah and Scott Rued* Greater Twin Cities United Way* Jennifer and Hervè Sarteau* The McKnight Foundation Judy and Steve Shank Microsoft Corporation Chris and Hank Shea* Opus Foundation Stephanie Simon and Craig Bentdahl* Otto Bremer Foundation Arlene and Tom H. Swain* Marilyn and Steve Rothschild* Diana and Ron Tortelli* The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg U.S. Bancorp Foundation* Foundation, Inc. The VCJ Foundation by Verne Johnson* Wells Foundation Ambassadors $25,000 - $49,999 Benefactors Ameriprise Financial, Inc.* $5,000 - $9,999 Julia W. Dayton* Accredited Investors, Inc.* B.C. Gamble and P.W. Skogmo Fund Anonymous of The Minneapolis Foundation Julie and Doug Baker; Julie M. and General Mills Inc. Douglas M. Baker, Jr. Fund of The Carl and Eloise Pohlad Family Minneapolis Foundation* Foundation* Marlene and Ned Bixby* The Saint Paul Foundation Burdick Family Fund of The Minneapolis Smikis Foundation* Foundation The May and Stanley Smith Charitable Danis and Richard Byrd* Trust The Curtis L. Carlson Family Foundation Margaret and Philip Soran; Soran Family Chubb Group of Insurance Companies* Foundation Fund* Chuck Denny* SPEDCO Economic Development The Jaye F. and Betty F. Dyer Foundation* Foundation George Family Foundation, Bill George Thrivent Financial for Lutherans Elizabeth and Van Zandt Hawn* Foundation* Hays Companies by Jim Hays* Stewards Shirley and David Hubers; David and $10,000 - $24,999 Shirley Hubers Family Fund of The Allianz Life Insurance Company of Minneapolis Foundation* North America K.A.H.R. Foundation By Jeannine Rivet Aloysius Foundation Anita and Rick Leggott* Mary and Keith Bednarowski* Sue and Bob Macdonald* Alicia and Marc Belton Kathi and Stephen Mahle* Wendy Bennett and Ken Powell; JF Fund Kay and Mike McCarthy* of The Minneapolis Foundation* Martha and Bill McLaughlin* BMO Harris Bank Penny Meier Kristi and Henry Cousineau Donor Advisor Co-Investment Fund of Ruth Stricker Dayton and Bruce Dayton* The Minneapolis Foundation Dell Jodi and Michael Mooney* Deluxe Corporation Foundation Kim and Stafford Nelson Claire and Jack Dempsey

Cindy and Greg Page Gabrielle and David Parish Bill and Barbara Pearce Fund of The Minneapolis Foundation Kris Petersen Paul and Mary Reyelts Foundation* Laurie and Anthony Ryan; The Anthony & Laurie Ryan Family Charitable Fund Schall Family Fund of The Minneapolis Foundation* Securian Foundation* Sonia Shewchuk and Bob Uphus Mary Lynn and Warren Staley* Success Computer Consulting* Sunrise Community Banks SUPERVALU Inc.* Leslie and Wayne Teddy Thomson Reuters* Travelers Foundation* Mary and Bill Upjohn Kathleen and William Wanner Stephen and Mary Watson; Watson Family Fund of The Minneapolis Foundation* Wells Fargo Jill and Scott Wine Margaret and Angus Wurtele Xcel Energy Foundation

Heinz Hutter Alvina Janda and Bill Riley Verne Johnson Helen and Donald Knutzen* Mary Gerry and Tom Lee; The Tom and Mary Gerry Lee Family Foundation of The Saint Paul Foundation* Lurie Besikof Lapidus & Company, LLP Stephanie and Geoff Martha Mary Frances Mullin Kathy and Tim Murnane Karen Reierson* Saunders Family Foundation Aly and Rob Sayre* Malana and Jeff Schmidt* John G. Searle Family Trust Celia and Bob Stretmater* Lucy Gerold and William Svrluga* Elizabeth and Mayer Tapper* Jan and Ken Thome* U.S. Trust Bank of America Private Wealth Management United Health Group* Mary W. Vaughan* Julie and Keith Woodward David Yerich

Partners $1,000 - $2,499 Sustainers Gail Anderson $2,500 - $4,999 Nataly and Asim Baig Monica and David Abrams Bell Family Charitable Gift Fund of Fidelity The Allen Family Fund of the Vanguard Charitable* Charitable Endowment* John Bellaimey and Lynnell Mickelsen* Laurie and Jeffrey Anderson Paige and Mike Bingham* Sue and David Bennett Family Fund of Sally and Gary Bluem* The Minneapolis Foundation* Hugh and Isle Boetcha Fund of Ellen and Jan Breyer; Breyer Family Fund The Minneapolis Foundation of The Minneapolis Foundation* Susan Boren and Steve King* Chorzempa Family Foundation* Broadwaters Foundation by Val and Celest and James Dallas Ed Spencer and Family* Kara and Scott Dillon Scott and Heidi Brophy* Juli and Tom Erdmann* Anne Carayon and Dan Pennie Joyce and Hal Field* Amy Crickenberger Oeth Amy and Cam Findlay Carol and Ted Cushmore* George Family Foundation, Jeff George Marilyn Dahl Morris Goodwin, Jr.* Sherry Ann and Edward Dayton* Greystone Foundation By Walter Richard and Mary Dietz of The Birch McCarthy and Clara Ueland Breeze Charitable Fund Megan and Derek Hayes* Kevin C. Dooley Michelle and Jeff Hinck Natalie and Rick Doyle Mary and Jeff Husband Roycie Earvin Hutter Family Foundation

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The EkoForss Fund of The Saint Paul Foundation The Emmerich Foundation* Robin Engelson and Larry Yogel Faegre Baker Daniels Foundation Cecy and Wally Faster* Jennifer and Steve Frenz Friendly Fund of Fidelity Charitable G & K Services Foundation Martha and John Gabbert Scotty and Peter Gillette* Kim and Charlie Gits* Suzanne and Fred Gobel* Elizabeth and Michael Gorman* Laurie and Ed Greeno* Jessica and Jesse Grittner Mina and Robert Harrigan Thomas Herr* Twanya Hood Hill and Byron Hill* Hognander Family Foundation* James and Ann Howard Family Fund of The Minneapolis Foundation* The Hubbard Broadcasting Foundation Alison and Andrew Humphrey Intercomp Shelley Jacobson Paul T. Johnson Ed Kadletz Cheryl Kreofsky and Mike Fitzgerald Karen and Richard Kuntz Laurie and Daniel Lafontaine Catherine Lawrence and Lee Sheehy* Margaret and Ilo Leppik* Sherry Tsao and Tony N. Leung* Judy and Don LeWin; Don and Judy LeWin Family Fund of Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Nancy and John Lindahl Terry Saario and Leland Lynch; Leland T. Lynch and Terry Saario Fund of The Minneapolis Foundation* Dave and Kathleen MacLennan Mary Margaret MacMillan and Larry Neumann Robert and Polly McCrea Family Fund of The Minneapolis Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Douglas A. Milroy Fund* Minneapolis Rotary Community Service Foundation Kimpa and Dave Moss Kathy and Joe Mucha* Anne Murray and George Edmonson John Nealon* Oak Grove Foundation by Jack and Christine Morrison*

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Becky and Shawn O’Grady Advocates Circle Rhonda and Rory O’Neill Fund of Supporters Fidelity Charitable* $500 - $999 Diana Gulden and Jose Peris Katie and Brendan Abrams Linda and Lawrence Perlman Linda and Jerry Anderson Ellie Pidot Anonymous (2) Sheila Plunkett Carole and Doug Baker* Polaris Industries, Inc. Bernice Berman Jody and Octavio Portu Barbara and Dan Bridgeman Pratt Family Fund of The Minneapolis Dede and Peter Carter Foundation* Carolyn and Thom Chase* Clinton P. Roberts Marcia Cohodes and David Goldsteen Ruth Rothschild* Douglas and Sands Coleman Fund of Shannon and Todd Runge* The Minneapolis Foundation* Sharon and Robert Ryan* Blair and Ryan Collins Karen and Steve Sanger* Angie and T.J. Conley Andrea Kmetz-Sheehy and Bob Sheehy Katie and Kevin Conneely* Sheldon Family Fund of Fidelity Charitable Dr. James and Roberta Craig* Gift Fund Robert F. Crosby Social Venture Partners Minnesota Patti and Andy Deckas Nikki Sorum and Simon Foster Dena L. Denniston Miriam and James Stake Judith and James Fetterly Kaisa Taipale Steve and Mimi Fisher Family Fund of TCF Foundation The Minneapolis Foundation* Nancy and Bruce Thomson Lois and Richard Gehrman* Lesa and John Tieszen Kathleen Glover and Daniel Carr* Marcia Townley Mary and David Goldstein The Jill and John Trautz Gift Fund of National Linda and John Haugen* Christian Foundation Twin Cities Dana Hazel and Mike Vespasiano Parker and Albert Trostel Family Fund of Stacy Hebdon The Minneapolis Foundation Autumn and David Tysk Vantine Family Fund Lucy and Jeff Heegaard* Anne and Peter Heegaard Family Fund of of The Minneapolis Foundation* Sandra L. Vargas Fund of The Minneapolis The Minneapolis Foundation Marian and John Hehre Foundation* Mary and Michael Hoffman Joanne Von Blon Patty and Tom Holloran* Wahlstedt Family Fund of The Saint Paul Lisa Holter and Felix Ankel Foundation* Carol Hondlik Leona Werner and Robert Waldron Lori and Joel Johnson Sheila and Patrick Walsh* Joy and Sidney Kaplan* Ruth and James Weaver Morgan Kinross-Wright Carol and Daniel Weiler Maria Kirsch Marjorie and Irving Weiser* Lois Leistiko Jeffrey & Mary Werbalowsky Philanthropic Fund of the Jewish Community Foundation* Beth and Todd Leonard Stephanie and Dave Lilak Susan and Jim Westerman Winifred Smith and David Lillehaug The Whitney Foundation* Sarah Lutman and Robert Rudolph* Brad Williams Camhong Ly Jean D. Wilson Patty and Gary MacHalec Pixie Martin and Jay Erstling Jeninne McGee

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Ixchel McKinnie* Joan and Tom Mears Medtronic Foundation Julie Mele Julie A. Nelson* Nelson, Tietz & Hoye, Inc.* Nick Nyhus Jane and Bob Oberrender* Adrienne and Stephen Oesterle Pam and Mike Oesterreich* Nancy Olsen Lorrie Parent Traci Peterson Schmit Nancy McGlynn Phelps and James Phelps Piper Jaffray* Marcy and Scott Pohlman Natalie Ramier Melissa Raphan and Thomas Rock Christine and Jeffrey Rotsch Cindy and Dave Sandberg Sheva and Tom Sanders Randall Schmidt Mariana and Craig Shulstad* Harriet Spencer* Laura and Tom Swain The Thibodeau Family Audrey and Joseph Train Donna Zimmerman-Tremmel and Jon Tremmel* Emily Anne Staples Tuttle Fund of The Minnesota Community Foundation* Susan and Scott Vickerman Lynn and Richard Voelbel Jean and Dave Wagy Sarah Walker Joan and James Watson Elsie Weiler Dorene and Alan Wernke* Joy and John Wetzel Katherine G. Whittington Joel Williams Wilhelmina Wright Irma M. Wyman Kathleen and James Zavoral* Friends Up to $499 Mark Abeln and Monica Little Cino Adelson Edward Alch Al Alexander Cathy Anastasion Amy Anderson


Amy L. Anderson Cherie Anderson Melvin Anderson Penelope Anderson Anonymous (17) Jennifer and David Antila Manvir Atwal Bridget Axelson Karen Bachman and Robert Fisch Karen and Steve Backes Kerry and Scott Bader Audrey Bailey Sandra Baines Michelle and Kevin Baltus Terri Banaszewski Derrick Banks Matthew Bannon Keith Barber Megan and Scott Barr Peggy and Jim Beardsley Lynn Bearinger and Michael Resnick Shirley Bentdahl Rebecca Bergner Elena Berman Linda and Henry Berman Joan and Reid Billig* Kathy Bjerke Tony Blakey Dave Boehnen Robert E. Bomstad Susan Nelson Boser and Randy Boser Boston Scientific Corporation Ruth Whitney Bowe and Kevin Bowe Andrew Brainerd Jill and Kevin Brazner Scott and Jenni Brekken Amy Brendmoen William Bridgeman Jean Brisclance Molly Broder Barbara Brown* Kim and Kent Brunner Janny and George Brust Ginger and Collin Buechler Ann and David Buran Shannon and Paul Burke* Scott Burns Melissa and Uri Camarena Kathleen and Paul Campbell Sally and Mike Carey Jesus Carrete

Shanya and Jonathan Carter Lynn Casey and Mike Thornton Mary Beth and Norm Chapel Nadine and Austin Chapman Kristen Charette Chicks With Checks Mary Kay Chirhart Chad Clark Devin Clarkson Kathleen Clausen Janis Clay Amy and Steven Clay John Colbert Tiowa and Terry Collier Betsy and Jason Conway Michele Cooper Carol Lynn Courtney and Dick Olson Jay and Page Cowles* Jacqueline Cox Patricia Croal Susan Crockett, PhD Zachary Crockett Ellie and Tom Crosby, Jr.* Julie Darst Phillip Davis* Helen and Paul Doane Maggy and Tom D’Onofrio Matt Drawz* Nancy and Jerry Driessen Thomas and Helen Dwight Kelly O’Hara-Dyer and Mick Dyer Bob Eastman Doug and Katy Eiden Jane Emison Nan Eserkaln Irene Fernando Everett Flynn* Mary and Jeff Fox Kevin Franklin* William Frenzel Sally and Gerald Friedell Marie and Fred Friswold George A. Fritsma Susan and Ari Fuad Lisa and Frank Fuller Barbara and Bill Gabler Gillian and Thomas Gabriel Mary Beth Garland Jacob Gayle Sara Gilbert Steve and Jessica Gilbertson

Wendy Gillespie Rosemarie and Ron Glover Mary Sue Godfrey and Paul Wesley Dr. Stanley M. and Luella G. Goldberg* A. Nancy Goldstein Mary and Steven Goldstein Erica Gordon Malinda Gould Tracy Gradford Jordanna Green and Marc Grossfield Joanne Groten Jenny and Steve Gullickson Sherry Gwegorryn Lacy and Derek Halvorson Amanda Hane Miriam and David Hanson Jill Harmon and Frank Fairman Jolene and Tom Hart Nancy and Robert Hartman Tricia Haynes Heartland Democracy Marge and Roger Heegaard Kristin Heineman Richard Heitman Amy Hendrikse and Keith Downey Kari Henry David Higgins James Hill Daniel Hirsch John Hobday Anita Hoffman Spencer and Nancy Holmes Robert Hubbard Jill Hughes Penny Hunt Laura Hutt Wayne Jennings Joseph Johnson Lowell Johnson Susan Johnson Elisabeth Jones Jordan Sarah Kaplan and Leon Steinberg Tony and Cindy Kaplan Amy Kaufman Mary Keefe and Roger Helgeson Kenneth S. Kendle Brian and Jane King Jean King Reatha Clark King and N. Judge King Karen Kitchel Michael Kithcart

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Bill and Sally Kling Andrea and Benjamin Knoll Charitable Gift Account of Schwab Charitable Fund Lynn Rae Koenig Gary Kohler Linnea and David Krahn Kate Krebs Don Kreye Leah Krotzer Anita and Myron Kunin Joy Lachermeier Brendan Lafrance Maria Lafrance Virgil Landretti Alexander Larson Hans Larson Dawn Lash Diane Lawrence* Mary and Barry Lazarus* Hsiu-Yung and Eric Lee Laura and Jack Lee Jessica Lehrke Anne Leighton Jill and Eric Leonard Dick and Peg Lidstad* Leland and Ardis Lillehaug Hetty Schimmel-Lima Julie Lindbloom Lindquist & Vennum PLLP Heather and Rob Little* Peggy and Dave Lucas Andrew and Ellen Luger Michael Luker Selamawit Lulu Sherry Lund Hertha and Charles Lutz David and Beth Lyman Thomas and Chanda Lyons Jane Magnuson Diane Malone Stephanie Malone Rachel Mann Joyce Marrie Sarah and Paul Marshall Kim Matheson Dodi Matti Barbara McBurney Polly McCormack and Keith Engel* Andrea McCready* John McCullough Charlotte and Peter McDermott

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Malcolm McDonald Kathleen McGee Karla McGray Ruth McPherson Geri and Dean Meek Trent Meidinger and Lucy Bauer Lynn and Mike Metz Amy and Timothy Meyer Elizabeth Michaelis Cynthia Micolichek Laurie Miller Jeryl Millner Minikahda Club Marlene and Brad Minion Minnesota Bank & Trust Minnesota Wire & Cable Co. Charitable Giving Fund of The Saint Paul Foundation* Gerald and Marilyn Mitchell Gina and Mark Mooers Lynne Morishita and Dr. Thomas Amatruda Karla Morris Cara Mulder Daniel Murtha Lisa Naaktgeboren Laurie Neff Sandra Neren Kristin and Brian Nordling Ann Nordstrom Jed Norgaarden Scott Oakman Toni Oberto Kara O’Brien Shannon O’Brien James O’Connor Joy O’Donnell Lisa Ofstedal William F. Ogden Dolores Ohmans Doug Opheim Beverly and Timothy Ordahl Holly Osterland Janet Ott Elizabeth Otto Lee Owens Christine Page Heather and Jeff Page Joan Palm and Rick Sirek Gloria Perez Dusty Perryman Jennifer D. Peterson Riser Erin Peterson

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Jamela Pettiford Stacey Phillips James Pogue Lori Pomroy Susie and Chris Preston Val and Ralph Pruitt Quality Bicycle Products Kathy Quandt Sarah Radosevich Paula and Jeff Rak Donna and William Ramsay Leela Rao Ember Reichgott Junge Joanne and Bill Reiling Josh Reimnitz Emily Resseger Carleen Rhodes Angela and Bill Rice Risk Management Association Mary and J. Peter Ritten Ann and Mark Robinow Mary Robischon and Craig Luedemann Wendy Robson Carolyn Roby Angel Rodriguez Paula and Roger Roe Becky and Mark Roloff Kathryn Rominski Eric Ronning Carlye Rooney Megan and Patrick Rooney Diane Rosenwald Angela and Scott Ross Audrey Rothschild Todd Rowe Lynda and Dave Ruce Sondra and Don Samuels SAS Publications Division Det Olay Syaraj David Schaal* June and DeWayne Scheer Amey Schnabel Kathryn Schuppe Jason Scott and Tedra McAlpine Joe Selvaggio and Rose Escanan* Ron and Lori Shelby Susanne Shuler Katherine Sill and Jeffrey Brown Julia Silvis Kerri and Ryan Simafranca Dwaine Simms*

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Leanne and David Skjervold Judy Skoglund Barb and Dennis Smith Jeanne Soban Stephanie and Richard Soskin Julie and Patrick Spangler Lauri Speltz and Dennis Ryono Jeffrey Spence Cheryl Stearns Fred Steimann* Sue Steinhagen Mary Kay and Gary Stern Eric Strand Lee and Bill Strang Elizabeth Stuck Cynthia and Eric Swanlund Pamela Swanson Shanna Swenson Greg Swoverland Patricia Sykes Roberta Tanguma Amanda and Mark Tempel Tessa Ten Haken Ten Thousand Villages St. Paul Maya and Peter Tester Setchem Thesmaat Adele Thompson Jane Tilka Bruce Timm Laura and George Train Karna Trautman Shereese Turner Anna Van De Hinz Dawn Vassar Peter Wagner Suzanne and Eric Walcher Colleen Walz Kimberley Washington Lisa Wasserman Ruth and David Waterbury* John and Janet Watson Liz and Tim Welsh Serge Wetzels Carl P. Whaley* Kelly and John Wheaton Melanie Williams Michele and Mark Wilson Allen Wolff Roselee and Dave Wondra Angie Woodhouse Joanna Woolman and Michael Dominowski

Kathy and Jim Wyman Christy Yakel* Joshua Yank Matt Yank Justin Yunke Peggy and Cy Yusten * Has given continuously to TCR! for five or more years

Matched Gifts Ameriprise Financial, Inc. Boston Scientific Corporation Dell McKnight Foundation Medtronic Foundation Microsoft Corporation The Minneapolis Foundation Piper Jaffray RBC Wealth Management Thomson Reuters Travelers

Recognition Gifts In Recognition of Art Berman’s Presentation Urban Adventure Program of the Greater Twin Cities United Way In Appreciation of Jan Breyer Kevin C. Dooley In Honor of Teri Fritsma and Barry Markovsky George A. Fritsma In Memory of Gary Jacobson Shelley Jacobson In Memory of Verne C. Johnson Austin and Nadine Chapman Janis Clay Steven and Amy Clay Dena L. Denniston William Frenzel Ember Reichgott Junge Jean King Lynn Rae Koenig Hertha and Charles Lutz Ruth and James Weaver In Memory of Michael Kinross-Wright Morgan Kinross-Wright In Memory of Terrell Mays and Michael Collins The EkoForss Fund of The Saint Paul Foundation


In Honor of Amanda Phipps Robert E. Bomstad In Honor of Dave Pylipow’s Service on the TCR! Board of Directors SUPERVALU Foundation In Honor of Steve Rothschild Malcolm McDonald Audrey Rothschild Jean Wilson In Honor of Steve Rothschild’s Retirement from the United Way Board of Directors Greater Twin Cities United Way In Recognition of Presentations by Steve Rothschild Minikahda Club Minneapolis Rotary Community Service Foundation Minnesota Bank & Trust In Honor of Sonia Shewchuk’s Service on the TCR! Board of Directors Faegre Baker Daniels Foundation In Honor of the TCR! Employer Services Department Scott and Megan Barr

Donated Goods & Services Align Pilates Richard Amos Amy Anderson ASAP, Inc. Barbette Benesyst Kate and Art Berman Karl Bethke Dennys Bisogno Brave New Workshop Bremer Bank Ellen and Jan Breyer Brightpeak Financial Broders’ Pasta Bar & Cucina Italiana Julie Brogan Bryant-Lake Bowl James Burpee Melissa and Uri Camarena Sergio Camarena Anne Carayon Bill Centner

Chanhassen Dinner Theatres Children’s Theatre Company Chocolat Cèleste Mark Christopherson Bill Clark Gary Conniff Kat Corrigan Kristi and Henry Cousineau Laura Crosby Cy Decosse Pam Diamond Dolan Printing Dorsey & Whitney LLP; Peter Carter Emergency Foodshelf Network Evergreene Jewelers Faegre Baker Daniels LLP Sandra Felemovicius Amy and Cam Findlay Kieran Folliard Jil Franke Jennifer and Steve Frenz FrontRow Fulton Beer Gillian Gabriel General Mills Get Polished David Goldes Morris Goodwin, Jr. Carol Grams Guthrie Theater Haskell’s Sharon and Bill Hawkins Here’s Life Inner City Heidi Hoy History Theatre Belinda Jensen Karen and Ron Johnson Nathalie Joly Jostens, Inc. Cindy and Tony Kaplan Krivit Photography Bouky Labhard Chris Lacki Len Druskin Beth Ann and Doug Lennick Pamela Leur Sallie and Peter Lilienthal Lili Salon Spa

Terry Saario and Lee Lynch Sue and Bob Macdonald Elizabeth McGuire Medtronic Metropolitan Council Mill Valley Kitchen Minnesota Children’s Museum Minnesota Public Radio Minnesota Twins Minnesota Vikings Dennis Monroe The Muddy Pig Kara O’Brien Jim O’Hagan Parasole Restaurant Holdings Gabrielle and David Parish Park Square Theatre The Park Tavern C. James Parsons Peace Coffee Ryan Pederson Kris Petersen Nancy McGlynn Phelps and James Phelps Leela Rao Mike Reed Rinata Marilyn and Steve Rothschild Michal Sagar The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra The Saint Paul Hotel Aly and Rob Sayre Skin Therapease; Pat Scherven Denard Span Mimi and James Stake St. Paul Saints STYLEDLIFE Success Computer Consulting Sudz Salon Marilyn Summers-Cool Summit Brewing Company Surly Brewing Company Tom and Arlene Swain Kevin and Toni Talentino Mayer and Betsy Tapper Twin City Trolleys Mary and Bill Upjohn U.S. Trust Bank of America Private Wealth Management

Vincent - A Restaurant Tom Wahlrobe Sue Walen Marjorie and Irving Weiser Margaret and Angus Wurtele YWCA of Minneapolis Santiago Zarzosa 2012 Annual report courtesy of RBC Wealth Management Mick Dyer, Project management and copy writing Rebecca Rayman, Art direction and graphic design

Rothschild Legacy Circle Founding Members Keith and Mary Bednarowski Kate and Art Berman Paige and Mike Bingham Chuck Denny Jim and Judith Fetterly Bill and Sharon Hawkins Dick and Joyce McFarland Trent Meidinger and Lucy Bauer Gabrielle and David Parish Steve and Marilyn Rothschild Rob and Aly Sayre Jeff and Malana Schmidt


Board of Directors

Board Emeritus

Keith Bednarowski, Treasurer, CEO Adler Capital Management, LLC Art Berman, President, CEO Twin Cities RISE! Michael C. Bingham, Chief Advancement Officer Presbyterian Homes & Services Paige E. Bingham, Program Officer Medtronic Foundation Natalie Doyle, Vice President of Finance General Mills David J. Goldstein, Attorney & Shareholder Littler Mendelson, P.C. Morris Goodwin, Jr., Secretary Vice President - Finance & Administration Wilder Foundation Sharon Hawkins, Community Volunteer Derek Hayes*, Principal The Boston Consulting Group Byron K. Hill, Vice President Honeywell International Tony Leung, Vice Chair Magistrate Judge U.S. District Court Gabrielle Parish, President GF Parish Group Dave Pylipow, Executive Vice President SUPERVALU Steven M. Rothschild, Chair, Founder Twin Cities RISE! President, Invest in Outcomes Tony Ryan, Independent Consultant Don Samuels, Council Member, 5th Ward, City of Minneapolis Malana A. Schmidt, Vice Chair Vice President (retired) Greater Twin Cities United Way Sonia Shewchuk, Partner Faegre Baker Daniels, LLP Tom Swain, Executive Vice President (retired) Travelers Sarah Walker, Lobbyist Hill Capitol Strategies

Robert Sayre US Bancorp (retired) Ron Tortelli SUPERVALU (retired)

*Retired from Board in 2012

Additional Board Committee Members Kate Berman, Development Laurie Lafontaine, Audit and Finance Bob Macdonald, Development Kris Petersen, Development

Employer Advisory Panel Marcel Allen, North Memorial Markda Awada, Volt Sonya Boyd, YouthLink Ryan Burns, NCO Group Kaela Ellison, G & K Services Susan Gilbertson, Select Comfort Tim Hall, Ameriprise Financial Christi Harkins, Liberty Carton Company Joel Johnson, Sunrise Community Banks Margo Johnson, Embassy Suites Justine Launert, CSM, The Depot Rosealee Lee, Dakota County Technical College Dusty Perryman, Hyatt Regency Minneapolis Barb Robbins, Liberty Diversified International Jennifer Wroe, Hilton

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