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YWCA IS DEDIC ATED TO ELIMI STAND NATING RACISM UP EMPOWERING WOMEN AND SPEAK PROMOTING PEACE , JUSTICE OUT FREEDOM, AND DIGNITY FOR ALL 2016–2017 ANNUAL REPORT


STAND UP

We at the YWCA believe that all women cannot be empowered if we do not address the issues of race and racism. This belief underscores our past, present and future work addressing the unique needs and experiences of women of color and their families and communities. At the core of our work is the recognition that not all women, or all people, are treated fairly. YWCA’s mission to eliminate racism and empower women points to the fact that gender, race and economic equality are social issues that are interconnected and must be addressed in concert. Girls of color in particular are often overlooked when policy makers address issues of gender and racial inequity. Despite the gains women of color have made, the numbers are stark — the wage gap still exists, women of color are far underrepresented in corporate, governmental and non-profit leadership roles, and women and girls of color experience more frequent and deadlier gender-based violence.


Over the past year we have expanded our advocacy efforts because YWCA is often the first to bear witness to the needs of our diverse communities. We are uniquely positioned to focus our advocacy efforts to help shape effective public policy and legislation on safety for women, gender equality and racial justice issues at the local, state and federal level. We stand with women and girls of color as we advocate for policies that level the playing field and address disparities in economic, health and safety outcomes for women of color. We continue a long tradition of social action and advocacy to advance our critical mission — and we will not stop. We will continue to stand up and speak out. — Barbara C. Perez, President/CEO

SPEAK OUT


EMPOWERMENT & ECONOMIC ADVANCEMENT

STAND UP We are committed to providing leadership development opportunities to women and girls because women continue to be discriminated against in the workplace.

Career Women of Achievement Luncheon honors eight remarkable women whose career achievements have contributed greatly to our region’s economic prosperity. This event is the Midwest region’s largest luncheon. The Charlotte R. Schmidlapp Fund Scholarship, Fifth Third Bank, Trustee provides financial support to women participating in YWCA programs who will be attending a secondary educational program. Childcare Center, managed by Cincinnati Early Learning Center (CELC), offers a licensed Five-Star rated and National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC)accredited childcare program and is a Cincinnati Preschool Promise Tuition Assistance partner. First Course is a 6-week career-training program for jobs in the food service industry. The First Course program provides technical training in the restaurant field and jobreadiness development. Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters (HIPPY) is an evidenced-based kindergarten readiness and parent involvement program that supports parents in their role as their child’s first teacher.

478

CHILDREN & PARENTS PREPARED FOR SCHOOL IN 2016

Mamie Earl Sells Scholarship Fund provides financial assistance to outstanding African-American female high school seniors entering a post-secondary institution.


Rising Star Program recognizes women age 25 to 40 in pursuit of excellence in their careers. The YWCA Rising Star Leadership Program is a five month program designed to enhance leadership qualities and offers program participants tools to become gender and racial equity leaders.

715

WOMEN HAVE BEEN HONORED AS RISING STARS SINCE 2002

Rosie’s Girls® is a unique construction summer program for 11–13 year old girls which introduces girls to Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) related careers.

Rosie’s Girls summer camp participant and volunteer

SafeCare The YWCA partners with Hamilton County Job & Family Services to provide an evidence-based, parent-training curriculum for parents of children ages 0–5 who are involved with children’s protective services. Workforce Development provides adult education and work readiness training services to low-income individuals.

330

ADULTS ENGAGED IN EDUCATION & JOB READINESS SERVICES IN 2016

YWCA Fall 2016 GED graduate

The wage gap still exists. For every dollar their white male counterpart makes working full time, women earn:

90¢

76¢

62¢

54¢

ASIAN WOMEN

WHITE WOMEN

AFRICAN AMERICAN WOMEN

LATINA WOMEN

The American Association of University Women (AAUW), The Simple Truth about the Gender Pay Gap. Published Fall 2016


HEALTH & SAFETY

STAND STRONG We are committed to reducing violence against women and girls because domestic violence continues to affect our families, workplaces and communities regardless of race or socio-economic status.

Child Welfare Domestic Violence Connection Program The YWCA partners with Hamilton County Job & Family Services (JFS)-Children’s Protective Services to provide support and services to families and children exposed to domestic violence.

1,399

PARENTS & CHILDREN WERE SUPPORTED IN 2016

Co-Ed Fitness Center is a downtown facility managed by TriHealth that offers comprehensive fitness services. Control Anger Now (CAN) offers psychoeducational group sessions which help adults learn more effective ways to manage their anger in order to lead violence-free lives. Court Advocacy and Non-Residential Case Management Services help survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking.

235

CLIENTS RECEIVED LEGAL HELP IN 2016

Domestic Violence Shelters in Hamilton and Clermont counties provide safe protective shelter, crisis line assistance, and supportive services for adults and their children fleeing from abuse.

704

ADULTS & CHILDREN USED OUR SHELTERS IN 2016


Family Violence Prevention Project is a collaborative of over 45 partners dedicated to preventing all forms of family violence: child abuse, children exposed to domestic violence, bullying, teen dating violence, abuse of people with disabilities, and intimate partner violence.

3,158

STUDENTS RECEIVED PREVENTION EDUCATION IN 2016

Housing Programs provide services and housing to survivors of domestic violence and their children who can safely move into housing of their own. Immigrant Survivors of Partner Violence (ISPV) In partnership with 30 agencies, the ISPV bridges cultural and language barriers to assist immigrants experiencing domestic abuse. Prevention & Intervention Services include court advocacy, case management, and support group services for adults impacted by domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking as well as school-based prevention programs for middle and high school students.

Domestic Violence Shelter Resident and her children

Project CARE (Community, Accessibility, Response, Education) is a groundbreaking, national model that provides life-saving solutions for individuals with physical, cognitive and mental disabilities who are impacted by violence. Transform is a program for those adult males who engage in domestic violence, which helps them take responsibility for their actions and develop non-violent alternatives for dealing with conflict and managing anger.

642

ADULT PARTICIPANTS WERE HELPED IN 2016

Transforming Youth is a prevention/ intervention program for youth involved in or at risk for violent behaviors.

1 in 3 women and 1 in 5 men experience severe physical violence by an intimate partner within their lifetime. The Center for Disease Control


ADVOCACY IN ACTION

Our words and actions have made a difference. We helped pass the Children Services Levy (Issue 53) and the Preschool Promise (Issue 44) by working polls and phone banks and distributing yard signs. We were part of the effort advocating against Human Services funding cuts. On June 21, 2017, City Council approved $350K in additional human services funding for 2018 and has committed to increase human services to 1.5% of the General Fund over the next five years. Our work helped influence Cincinnati City Council to pass two Ordinances in support of the Convention to Eliminate Discrimination Against Women. We have completed one session of IPV (Intimate Partner Violence) Judicial Training with three more in the works.

STAND WITH US


RACIAL JUSTICE & INCLUSION

SPEAK OUT We are committed to eliminating racism because despite any indication of racial progress, economic disparity alone confirms that race still matters.

Racial Justice Breakfast provides meaningful dialogue about racism’s effects with keynote speakers who have had a national impact on civil rights cases and racial justice work. Racial Justice Educational Series explores various issues through lectures, film, and panel discussions. Stand Against Racism Campaign is a signature campaign of YWCA USA to build community among those who work for racial justice and raise awareness about institutional and structural racism in our communities.

YWCA Staff and Volunteers march in the 2017 Pride Parade.

Black girls are suspended 6x as often as their white counterparts. Department of Education, school year 2011–2012


2017 CAREER WOMEN OF ACHIEVEMENT SPONSORS YWCA Greater Cincinnati would like to express our deepest gratitude and recognize the following sponsors for supporting the 2017 Career Women of Achievement Luncheon while helping us celebrate and honor eight exceptional women in our community. Presenting Sponsors Macy’s Francie & John Pepper The Charlotte R. Schmidlapp Fund, Fifth Third Bank, Trustee Gold Sponsor PNC Bank Silver Sponsors GE The Kroger Co. Local 12 Western & Southern Financial Group Leadership Sponsors Cincinnati Business Courier Cintas Corporation Huntington National Bank Madison Design Ohio National Financial Services, Inc. SDI Marketing Benefactor Sponsors The CareSource Foundation Carol Ann & Ralph V Haile, Jr./U.S. Bank Foundation Cincinnati Children’s Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport d.e. Foxx & Associates, Inc. Dinsmore & Shohl LLP/Ernst & Young LLP Great American Insurance Company

Interact for Health Keating, Muething & Klekamp, PLL Messer Construction Company Pomeroy SC Ministry Foundation The Scripps Howard Foundation TriHealth Women’s Health Patron Sponsors 3CDC 84.51° American Modern Insurance Group BB&T Clever Crazes for Kids Cushman & Wakefield Deloitte & Touche USA LLP Duke Energy Ernst & Young LLP Fifth Third Bank First Financial Bank Frost, Brown, Todd, LLC Gilson’s Engraving & Elegant Gifts Jostin Construction/ Brewster Pumping Michael Schuster Associates, Inc. PLK Communities PricewaterhouseCoopers RR Donnelley Toyota UBS Financial Services Inc. University of Cincinnati Vantiv Xavier University

Contributor Sponsors The Abercrumbie Group Accenture AK Steel Al. Neyer BakerHostetler Bank of America Merrill Lynch Barnes, Dennig & Company Bartlett & Co. Best Upon Request BHDP Architecture Blue & Co, LLC Cardtronics, Inc. Cassady Schiller CPA & Advisors The Christ Hospital Health Network Cincinnati Bell Cincinnati Children’s Cincinnati Gearing Systems Cincinnati-Hamilton County Community Action Agency Cincinnati State Technical and Community College Clark, Schaefer, Hackett & Co. Cors & Bassett Crossroads Community Church Dover Corporation The E.W. Scripps Company Enquirer Media Environmental and Safety Solutions Inc Felton Willis, LLC Fiserv/CheckFreePay GBBN Architects, Inc. Suzanne E. Geier


General Information Services, LLC Government Strategies Group, LLC Beverly A. Grant HGC Construction Co. Hills Properties JACK CINCINNATI Casino JANCOA Janitorial Services, Inc. Johnson Investment Counsel Katz, Teller, Brant & Hild KeyBank KnowledgeWorks Foundation LaRosa’s Lenox Wealth Management MACH III MCM CPAs and Advisors Miami Valley Gaming Miller-Valentine Group Newby Orthodontics Neyer Properties Northlich & NorthMarq Capital Ohio River Valley Women’s Business Council Outerwall Patheon Pharmaceuticals PG&A The Procter & Gamble Company Promark CPI Pure Romance Maribeth Rahe RDI Riverpoint Capital Management Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati SmartIT Squire Patton Boggs Taft, Stettinius & Hollister Thompson Hine LLP Towne Properties TriVersity Construction U.S. Bank UC Health University of Cincinnati Carl H. Lindner College of Business

UC Lindner Women in Business and Fellows Group VonLehman & Co., Inc. Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease, LLP WesBanco Bank, Inc. Western Nursing Services Western Union Friend Sponsors Alpha Kappa Alpha SororitySigma Omega Chapter Artswave Bethesda, Inc. Carpe Diem School Cincinnati Ballet Cincinnati Development Fund Cincinnati Museum Center & National Underground Railroad Freedom Center Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber Family & Friends of Patty Brisben Family & Friends of Sally Duffy Family & Friends of Peggy Hostetter Family & Friends of Lisa Knutson Family & Friends of Sonia Myles Family & Friends of Julia Poston Family & Friends of Shantel Thomas Family & Friends of Chiquita White Family Nurturing Center Mercy Health Mount Saint Joseph University Price Hill Will Princeton Education Foundation Queen City Chapter of the Links Inc. Rosedale Green

Seton High School Union Institute & University United Way of Greater Cincinnati Women’s Alliance, Inc. YMCA of Greater Cincinnati Celebration Sponsors Andrea J. Ayers Kelley J. Downing Michelle Hawkins Heinrich Marketing Mary Denise Kuprionis Deborah Platt Majoras Candace S. McGraw Mary Miller Digi France Schueler Liza D. Smitherman Salute Sponsors Shakila Ahmad Jo-Ann Huff Albers Elizabeth C. Armitage Karen Bankston, PhD Isaac H. Berry Pamela Lowe Cho Tina Ellis Kimber Fender Beth G. Guttman Heidi B. Jark Penny Pensak Christine Schoonover

2017 Honorees Patty Brisben Sister Sally Duffy, SC Margaret Kendrick Hostetter, MD Lisa Knutson Sonia Jackson Myles Julia W. Poston Shantel Thomas, PhD Chiquita V. White


2016–2017 DONORS YWCA Greater Cincinnati gratefully acknowledges our loyal donors who gave generously to help us sustain our mission, while preparing for a future that will ensure the protection, support and education of the thousands of women, men, children and families who benefit from our programs and services.

Legacy Francie & John Pepper Heritage H.B., E.W. & F.R. Luther Charitable Foundation Macy’s The Procter & Gamble Company Visionary Bank of America The Frank J. Kloenne & Jacqueline D. Kloenne Foundation Macy’s Foundation Mary Kay Ash Foundation Open Society Foundations The Wohlgemuth Herschede Foundation Advocate Alison Goss Herschede Sue & Mark Allen Crosset Family Fund* Delta Air Lines Foundation Duke Energy Foundation Fifth Third Bank Clark D. Handy Interact for Health Linda Busken Jergens The Andrew Jergens Foundation Pacesetter BakerHostetler Kathy Beechem Karen & Chris Bowman Christ Church Cathedral

Suzette & Michael Fisher Beverly A. Grant Amy L. Hanson The HealthPath Foundation of Ohio Katy A. Hollister Mark & Karen Jahnke* LKC Foundation Jill T. McGruder Mary Lynn & Brian McHugh Marjorie M. Motch NFL Foundation Joseph A. & Susan E. Pichler* Rudolph L. & Victoria L. Memmel Fund Lynn & John Schiff, Jr. Spirit of Construction Foundation of Greater Cincinnati, Inc Willard & Jean Mulford Charitable Fund Felicia Williams Sustainer Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Cynthia & Paul Booth Clermont County Township Association Covington Education Foundation Dennis Cronin, In Memory of Barbara Cronin Evelyn Dunn Charitable Trust Beth & Louis Guttman Marilyn P. & Joseph W. Hirschhorn* Heidi B. Jark John & Denise Kuprionis*

*Fund of The Greater Cincinnati Foundation

Anne Lame Megerle Dr. Monica L. Newby Penny & Dr. Myles Pensak Stephen & Helen L. Rindsberg, In Memory of Frank & Margaret Linhardt Robert & Adele Schiff Family Foundation Kathleen Rodenberg Digi France Schueler Thomas W. Seith Toyota UC Health Union Institute & University Xavier University Leadership Mary G. Adams American Modern Insurance Group Helen T. Andrews Rick Bachhuber, Jr. Sarah Allyn Bahlman Ellen H. Baker Judith A. Barrick Batavia Rotary Club Todd Bauer Beckman Weil Shepardson, LLC Allen Berliant & Jennie Rosenthal Berliant Dawn Bertsche Big Lots Foundation Karen L. Bowie Susan Branscome & Steve Snyder Ami & Quincy Brown Dale P. Brown LaCrea Burns


Kyndal M. Burton Natasha M. Cavanaugh Debra & Charles Clark Mary Ellen & Tom Cody Crossroads Community Church Croswell Bus Lines Renee & Stephen Davis Delta Gateway Foundation Amy Diamond Dinsmore & Shohl, LLP The E.W. Scripps Company Karla J. Epperson Fleet P. Fangman Hope Felton-Miller Karen Foos Susan S. Friedlander Frost Brown Todd, LLC Susanne E. Geier Gerhardstein & Branch Co. LPA Megan Gill Dr. Chandra Y. Gravely Kate & Gerry Greene Chris Heekin Helen K. Heekin Lynn A. Heinzelman Patricia M. Henley Barbara & Richard Homlar Sarah Hudak Debbie Huffman International Facility Management Association Toi Clarke Jones Reverend Noel & Joseph Julnes-Dehner Julie & Richard Kantor Kristi A. Kappes Keating, Muething & Klekamp, PLL Kathleen Kelly Kentucky Apprenticeship Conference Steering Committee Suzanne Knecht Ellen K. Knue Kohnen & Patton LLP M. Aurora Lambert Donna LaRosa

Nancy A. Lawson Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati Lizbie G. Lin Linda L. Fraley Clermont County Auditor Thomas J. Lindsey, In Memory of Barbara Lindsey Mandare Foundation Deanna M. Manning Marcia Brady Tucker Foundation Phyllis L. McCallum Candace S. McGraw Mercy Hospital Clermont Mesa Industries Inc. Messer Construction Company Mary Miller Sharon & Graham Mitchell Mt. Washington Presbyterian Church Anne E. Mulder & Rebecca M. Gibbs Gretchen Norman Northern Kentucky University Office of Human Relations Old Street Saloon Oliver Family Foundation Marilyn J. and Jack D. Osborn* Park National Bank Barbara C. Perez Peter F. and Mary W. Levin Philanthropic Fund PNC Bank PNC Foundation Pohlad Family Foundation Julia W. Poston Leigh G. Prop Reuben B. Robertson Foundation Jim & Brenda Rixey Marianne Rash Rowe* Marlene M. Schwarz Janet C. Spadora Rebecca & Daniel Steves Carol B. Striker

*Fund of The Greater Cincinnati Foundation

Summertime Kids* Taft, Stettinius & Hollister Thompson Hine LLP U.S. Bank Ulmer & Berne LLP University of Cincinnati Urban League of Greater Cincinnati Ellen & Ray van der Horst Warren & Bernice Hensel Foundation, In Honor of Mary Hensel Jamila Watson Pamela & Warren Weber Western & Southern Financial Group Westlake World Partners Ann W. & Peter Williams Wood, Herron & Evans, LLP The Honorable Stephanie Wyler XLC Services, LLC Nora L. Zorich Champion Julie Grady Heard Delaney Ragusa Angela L. Hinkle Hamilton County Democratic Women’s Caucus Melanie & Bruce Healey Kimberly Elliott Dawn Harris GE Foundation Joyce Blust Dottie L. Lewis Janice L. Urbanik Sallie E. Westheimer & Gregory L. Rhodes* Hamilton County Juvenile Courts Ellen Rieveschl Supporter Laurie Acklen ANET Solutions Dr. Norita D. Aplin Kim & Jeff Bill Elizabeth K. Blake


Alicia A. Bond-Lewis Louise S. Brock Debbie Brooks Vincent R. Brown Stephanie W. Byrd Linda & George Callard Carl Zugelter & Associates Richard Carpenter Mary Cassinelli Mary K. Conlon Adele M. Craft Peg R. Daley Delta Kappa Gamma Society International, Beta Nu Chapter Anne & Ron DeLyons* The Honorable Susan J. Dlott & Stan Chesley Dugan & Meyers Construction Co. Duke Energy Maureen A. Dunne Theresa & Robert Fisk Lindsay R. Gerding Judith B. Green Simone Harris Dr. Julia H. Hawgood Tillie Hidalgo Lima James & Karen Huesing Susan M. Ingmire Institute for Women’s Policy Research Adam Johnson Melissa Kadish Laura Kahle Peter Klekamp Arlene R. Koth The Kroger Co. The Kroger Co., In Honor of Kathy Beechem John & Susie Lame* Buddy LaRosa Donald LaRosa Richard P. Lofgren Steven R. Love LPK Johna & Fred Lucas Luvsome Deborah P. Majoras

Wendy May Jessica Mays Mazak Corporation Carolyn F. McCoy Albert S. McGrover Jacqueline Miles Sue Millard Patricia L. Mirabelli Frederic D. Mosher Valerie L. Newell Kathleen V. O’Connell Dana Parker Ben Parks Francie & John Pepper, In Memory of Mary Alice Burke Maribeth & Martin Rahe Julie Redfern Kerri L. Richardson Kristen L. Safier Dan Schiavoni Christine Schoonover Kathy & Mike Selker Julie & Steve Shifman South Ohio Society of Women Engineers (SWE) Section Janet C. Spadora, In Honor of Judy Cunningham Carol G. Talbot, In Memory of Charlotte Talbot Thomas J. Dyer Co. Alicia D. Tidwell Sara M. Vance Waddell Charlene Ventura Robert & Carolyn Wehling Kathy & George Whitley III Rob Wildermuth Angie Wirick Alison & James Zimmerman Friend Allied Construction Industries Eliza Allison AmeriGas Propane, LP Marjorie & James Anderson

*Fund of The Greater Cincinnati Foundation

Barbara Antell Joan P. Baily Baker Concrete Construction Debra L. Barrett Eileen & John Barrett Sarah R. Berger Cheryl Blackburn Jane Booth Janet A. Borcherding Dr. Stephanie Owens Boyd Susan Brenner Brewster Pumping Kathleen M. Brinkman Robert A. Bult Maria Burquest Pamela Lowe Cho Norma Clark Jean & John Coggan Robert & Brynne Coletti Laura Connelly Mary L. Corley Bridget Cotton Kathleen C. Daly Ronda & James Deel Kelly Dehan Scott Deters Dye Family Fund* Deborah Eltzroth Maggie Fibbe Barbara & John Fillion Marilyn A. Fingerhut Judy Finn, In Honor of Jackie Roberto & the team at Madison Design Joyce B. Foley Susan A. Frank Carol Friel Kathleen & Bill Fussinger Gail Myers Public Relations, LLC Sandra M. Gans Naomi T. Gerwin Andrew R. Giannella Girl Scout Troop #45213 David & Rennie Greenfield Aimee L. Guttman Priscilla G. Haffner Joann Hagopian


Hansen Scaffolding Carol Harris Catherine H. Hausknecht Shannon Hemsink Karen L. Hendricks Rebecca Hetzer Debra Hicks Hill’s Tax & Financial Services Brenda Hogan Lisa Holsclaw Joyce & Roger Howe Douglas S. Hynden ISQCCB Mary Ivers Doris S. Jackson Jeannette Jones The Honorable Nathaniel R. Jones Diane Jordan Jostin Pumping Ann M. Keeling Sue Kirkpatrick Robert L. Knight Angela Krausen Marilyn P. Kremzar Doloris F. Learmonth Lighthouse Youth Services Dr. Jane S. Link Susie & Jack Louiso Reverend Damon & Barbara Lynch, Jr. Crystal M. Mahan Lynn O. Mayfield Mary F. McCullough-Hudson Mary Ann Meanwell Julia B. Meister Ann Moss Meranus Terisa J. Milholland & Brian Dailey Ben Moore Jannelle L. Moore Morgan Family Foundation Christine Morgan Lawana Moroski Kimya M. Moyo Mt. Carmel Christian Church Virginia A. & Charles M. Myer, III Beth Naylor

Marty & Jim Neumeister Leslie Newman Betsy Neyer De Asa Nichols Diamond Nichols Mary Nicolay Colleen K. O’Toole Margery A. Paeltz Ellen H. Paulsen George & Jean Perbix* Carmen Ramos Politis Jennifer L. Powell Sara H. Pritchard Heather Quinley, In Honor of Anne Mulder R.B. Jergens Contractors, Inc. Janet Rickabaugh Shelley Rooney Terri L. Roth Terry Rye-Eisele, In Honor of Martha J. Wolf Kim Sandman Marjorie S. Schneider Matthew Schottelkotte Melissa K. Schwartz Zeinab S. Schwen Grace & P.R. Sferra Robin S. Sheakley Lynn Sheanshang Lisa Shelley John M. Shepherd Sandy & Hal Shevers Richard D. Siegel John Silverman Janet K. Simpkinson Barbara Smith Kimberly Spangler St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church Elizabeth A. Stautberg Lee M. Stautberg Tom & Dee Stegman Kimberly & Reed Stephens Pauline A. Strayhorne Joyce Tappan The First Church of Jesus Christ Kathleen S. Thornton

*Fund of The Greater Cincinnati Foundation

Tom & Barbara Tobias* Steve Trimble Jane A. Votel Barbara Wagner Lynn Watts Martha E. Weber Debbie L. Westheimer John Westheimer Worldwide Interpreters Christine Zevon Dr. Nancy L. Zimpher Every attempt has been made to list donors’ names correctly. We apologize for any errors or omissions. Names listed reflect donations made through June 30, 2017.

Design of this report was donated by Madison Design. We are proud to support the YWCA, its mission and the important services it provides our community.


YWCA 2016–2017

BOARD OF DIRECTORS Board Chair Hope Felton-Miller Executive Committee Secretary, Chair – Racial Justice Diane Jordan-Grizzard Chair – Advocacy Alicia Tidwell Chair – Communications Kathy Selker Chair – Finance & Treasurer Amy L. Hanson Chair – Development The Honorable Stephanie Wyler Chair – Human Resources Leigh Prop Chair – Governance Danya Karram Chair – Program Evaluation Toi Clarke Jones Immediate Past Chair Nancy A. Lawson

Members Leaving the Board of Directors Dr. Stephanie Owens Boyd Alandes Eure-Powell Beverly A. Grant Amy L. Hanson Jill P. Meyer Mary Miller Members Joining the Board of Directors Nadine Gibson Saema Somalya Alicia Townsend

Board Members Alicia Bond-Lewis Dr. Stephanie Owens Boyd Susan Branscome Helen Buford Ruby Crawford-Hemphill Alandes Eure-Powell Hope Felton-Miller Beverly A. Grant Chandra Y. Gravely, MD Amy L. Hanson Sarah Hudak Toi Clarke Jones Diane Jordan-Grizzard Danya Karram Kathy Kelly Arlene Koth Nancy A. Lawson Jill T. McGruder Anne Megerle Jill P. Meyer Mary Miller Anne Mulder Monica L. Newby, DDS De Asa Nichols Leigh Prop Zeinab Schwen Kathy Selker Alicia Tidwell Monica Turner Jamila Watson The Honorable Stephanie Wyler Board Emeriti Kathy Beechem Cynthia Booth P. Jeane Goings Mary Denise Kuprionis Penny Pensak Francie Garber Pepper Digi France Schueler Trish Mann Smitson


STAFF RECOGNITION Forty-Five Years of Service Betsy Czaya Thirty Years of Service Leigh Kirby Twenty Years of Service Chan Williams

Ten Years of Service Robert “Bo” Steele Jenica Dowell Denise Nichols Five Years of Service Paula Gibson Jamie Staples-Gray Jennifer Sitler-Milani

Fifteen Years of Service Greg Klosterman

CONTACT US YWCA Locations

Domestic Violence Hotlines

Hamilton County 898 Walnut Street Cincinnati, OH 45202 Phone: 513.241.7090 Co-Ed Fitness Center: 513.361.2116

Hamilton County Local: 513.872.9259 Toll Free: 888.872.9259 TTY Accessible

Clermont County 55 S. Fourth Street Batavia, OH 45103 Phone: 513.732.0450 Adams & Brown Counties 750 E. State Street Georgetown, OH 45121 Phone: 937.378.8048

Clermont, Brown & Adams Counties Local: 513.753.7281 Toll Free: 800.540.4764 TTY Accessible

www.ywcacincinnati.org @ywcacincinnati


2016 FINANCIAL REPORT YWCA of Greater Cincinnati, Inc. & YWCA Development Corporation

Program Services Expense Health & Safety

57.9%

Economic Empowerment

19.4%

Recognition & Inclusion

10.5%

Management & General

8.1%

Fundraising

3.6%

National Association Dues

0.5%

Balance Sheet Assets

2016

2015

$1,372,921

$2,330,769

561,556

679,315

Unconditional Promises to Give

1,090,402

988,126

Investments

7,095,073

6,981,016

Property and Equipment, net

3,722,773

3,821,855

Notes Receivable, net of allowance

1,664,082

1,699,730

Beneficial Interest in Perpetual Trusts

1,298,263

1,179,613

160,225

136,131

$16,965,295

$17,816,555

$1,664,082

$1,699,730

Accounts Payable

191,683

154,821

Accrued Payroll

388,170

321,641

Other Liabilities

15,929

16,658

$2,259,864

$2,192,850

$7,319,491

$7,765,353

Temporarily Restricted

4,038,759

4,629,821

Permanently Restricted

3,347,181

3,228,531

$14,705,431

$15,623,705

$16,965,295

$17,816,555

Cash and Cash Equivalents Accounts Receivable

Other Assets

Total Assets Liabilities Obligations Under Capital Lease

Total Liabilities Net Assets Unrestricted

Total Net Assets Total Liabilities and Net Assets


Program Support & Revenue Contributions

34.38%

Other

14.83%

Other Grants

12.08%

Change in Beneficial Interest in Trust 1.96%

Other

0.79%

United Way

13.13%

Government Grants and Fees

12.88%

Special Events

10.05%

Program Service Fees

7.68%

Investment return

7.06%

Income Statement Revenue

2016

2015

$2,081,936

$1,896,973

Contributions

779,652

2,658,255

United Way

795,148

882,657

Special Events

608,452

629,102

Other Grants

731,556

613,865

Investment Return

427,326

13,679

Program Service Fees

464,922

487,644

Change in Beneficial Interest in Trust

118,650

(83,346)

47,709

(4,283)

$6,055,351

$7,094,546

$5,728,072

$5,221,986

Fundraising

251,060

132,726

Management and General

527,661

569,111

Depreciation*

466,832

442,991

Total Expense

$6,973,625

$6,366,814

Change in Net Assets

($918,274)

$727,732

Government Grants and Fees

Other Total Income

Expense Program Services

*Program-related depreciation expense is $394,753

87.8¢

OF EVERY DOLLAR GOES TO SUPPORT YWCA PROGRAMS


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