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1 Martha Bronzeville Meals on Wheels Chicago 2011 Year End Report

2 Robert Kilbourn Park 2 1

3 Dear MOWC Friends and Supporters, Since 1987, Meals on Wheels Chicago has proudly led the charge against senior hunger in the city of Chicago and championed for the increased independence of our disabilities community. Through collaborative partnerships with our city leaders, financial commitments of corporate, community and family foundations, and the overwhelming support of thousands of individuals donors and volunteers who believe in our mission, Meals on Wheels Chicago has expanded our outreach and fundraising efforts in During this time of unprecedented struggle and need, thousands of our city s most vulnerable homebound seniors and individuals with disabilities have faced an uphill battle in their fight for independence, food security, and meeting their basic human needs. Meals on Wheels Chicago is committed to raising critically needed funds that support programs which ease their burden and restore hope during these challenging times. The impressive achievements outlined in this report are the direct result of the hard work of our program partners and your investment and financial generosity throughout the year. We sincerely believe that without the support of diverse community partners, volunteers, and funders, Meals on Wheels Chicago could not reach our goals and provide critical program support to the city s most vulnerable populations. Looking ahead to 2012, the city of Chicago will continue to experience an influx of homebound seniors and individuals with disabilities who are in need of our assistance. We will strive to strengthen these programs, increase funding and reach, and ultimately advocate on behalf of the senior and disability communities we serve. It is our sincerest hope that the partnerships we ve created and maintained throughout 2011 will continue to thrive, so that together, we are able to create and sustain positive changes in our community. In 2011, Meals on Wheels Chicago made significant strides in our fundraising efforts, restoring traditional fundraising models through our grants program and breathing new life into annual events. We are fortunate to have had the unfaltering support of donors and sponsors who wished to see these programs succeed. And we are humbled by the magnitude of generosity, which helped us to produce such positive returns. Your investment in these programs helps ensure that the safety net for our city s most vulnerable populations stays intact. On behalf of Meals on Wheels Chicago, we are proud to present the Meals on Wheels Chicago 2011 Annual Report. Amy Dordek Dolinsky Board President Kimberly Porritt Executive Director Meals on Wheels Chicago 2011 Year End Report

4 Our Vision Meals on Wheels Chicago is committed to the belief that all individuals have the right to live independently with dignity in their own homes. As an organization, we raise private funds to ensure that every homebound senior in the city of Chicago has meal delivery on six major holidays and we supplement daily and weekend meal deliveries. We are also committed to raising private funds for individuals with disabilities who require modifications of their home environment. Since 1987, our mission to ensure homebound senior citizens and individuals with disabilities maintain dignified and independent lifestyles by providing them with warm nutritious meals and related services, has aided thousands of our city s most vulnerable citizens. Our Challenge Amidst record levels of poverty and need in the Chicagoland community, Meals on Wheels Chicago faces an extraordinary challenge; providing for critical human services, while meeting the city's demand, amidst a growing senior population. The present condition of our economy, combined with an escalating senior and disabilities population, has resulted in a greater need for our private fundraising efforts to succeed. In addition to the private funding that our organization provides, our city partners rely on city government, state and federal funding to ensure these programs succeed. However, recent budget cuts and the threat of unstable government funding have led to a reliance on private monies to aid our city partners in their efforts. We recognize that a growing demand for program services, combined with an uncertain financial climate, increases the need for Meals on Wheels Chicago to expand current private funding partnerships. The generosity of our donor community in 2011 has been overwhelming and because these relationships are vital to our ability to support our programs, Meals on Wheels Chicago is grateful to all who help us sustain our mission and optimistic that you will remain committed to meeting our future needs. 2

5 Our Programs The Home Delivered Meals program provides nutritious meals to eligible homebound seniors who do not have a support system in place and cannot obtain meals. The program provides two meals per day, five days a week, to nearly 11,000 homebound seniors in need. This reliable food source maintains the nutritional health of older adults and improves the quality of life experienced by those in their later years. Meet Vainey The HomeMod program allows qualified individuals with disabilities to receive home modifications to make their living environment more accessible. The program focuses on providing solutions for individuals with disabilities, such as the installation of grab bars, lowering cabinets or countertops, and widening doorways. These structural improvements allow individuals to achieve a higher level of independence. Vainey is a 14-year old with a diagnosis of profound static encephalopathy and epilepsy. She was born with these disabilities, is non-verbal and completely dependent in all activities. Vainey s father reported that the 14 year old weighs 80 lbs, and that the physical transferring of his daughter is becoming increasingly difficult. Parents in this type of situation often face a serious moral dilemma of whether or not they can continue to care for their loved one or must have them placed in an institution. The family has written and informed us that HomeMod and the modifications we made to their home have allowed Vainey to remain at home as a family. Vainey is doing very well, attends school, and is working hard on her speech therapy. After Before Meals on Wheels Chicago 2011 Year End Report 3

6 Our Accomplishments Meals on Wheels Chicago successfully fills the gaps in limited government funding received by our city program partners. We are the sole source of support for holiday meal program service and provide supplemental funding toward the daily and weekend meal program for our city s homebound elderly. Sabina's Story Sabina is a 94-year old client in the Meals on Wheels program, receiving hot meals on a daily basis. Sabina cannot stand for any length of time and is unable to prepare her own meals. She s been enrolled in the Meals on Wheels program for almost 20 years and relies on the program in the absence of any family who could assist her. Despite her physical challenges and advanced age, Sabina is quick- witted and very alert. She attributes this to her lifelong companion, her radio, and the kindness of her driver, who has been delivering to her for 15 years. In 2011, we provided $356,000 toward the Home Delivered Meals program. $240,000 covered the cost of the 6 major holidays. $116,000 supplemented daily and weekend meals. The program meets demand at 100% and does not currently have any wait time for enrollment into the Home Delivered Meals program. We provided $52,500 toward the HomeMod program. Grew corporate and grants revenue by 55% from 2010, developing new partnerships and growing existing donor commitments. Brought together hundreds of employees from over 10 separate companies to participate in our Friends Beyond Years program. This volunteer program matches volunteers with senior living communities for a day of direct service and intergenerational companionship. Hosted three successful annual events that raised $458,000 cumulatively, providing 140,000 meals. 4

7 Our Partners Meals on Wheels Chicago was established to raise private funds through special events, corporate partnerships and individual contributions, to help financially support two existing city programs: Home Delivered Meals and Home Modification. The Chicago Department of Family and Support Services Senior Services Area Agency on Aging manages the Home Delivered Meals program. The Mayor s Office for People with Disabilities oversees Home Modification. Meals on Wheels Chicago is strictly a fundraising entity designed to fill the widening funding gap. We do not provide the program services, but rather, rely on our city partners to run program operations. By supporting existing programs, we are able to expand the scope of those programs. Open Kitchens The Chicago Department of Family and Support Services-Senior Services Area Agency on Aging utilizes Chicago-based company Open Kitchens for the preparation and delivery of the home delivered meals. For over 25 years, Open Kitchens has been bringing daily meals and a friendly face into the homes of our city s isolated and homebound elderly. Offering a meal program of nutritionally-balanced entrées and side dishes, Open Kitchens drivers provide two meals a day, five days a week, to 11,000 seniors. Many Meals on Wheels programs throughout the country rely on volunteer delivery coordination and because Chicago serves such a large client base, Open Kitchens offers consistent and reliable service to the seniors instead. One unique feature of the program is that with this consistent and reliable service comes the added benefit of daily contact between driver and client. If any of the drivers notice a change in the client s home, mental state, or physical well-being, they will report this to a case manager or authorities right away. This is one of the most preventative and cost-effective social services we can provide homebound seniors. san serif is Univers light 45 serif is adobe garamond pro Driver Profile Name: Calvin Harris Years with OK: 27 years Neighborhoods on your route: Early on, I was in a lot impoverished area on the city s west and near south side. Now, I cover anywhere from Downtown to Harlem and all different communities: Polish, Hispanic, and African-American. Meals delivered daily: What do you like best about delivering meals? The best part about the job is the interaction with the clients and filling a real need. You find people who are sick and really need our help. These people have no family and they need Open Kitchens to deliver these meals. Helping people in this way is rewarding. 2. What is the hardest part of your job? You get to know your clientele and when they get sick or their situation gets worse or if they pass, that is really hard. Then there are people who are really frail and are living in terrible conditions, but who are too proud to accept help. That is really hard to see day after day. 3. Describe a typical day delivering meals? I arrive at Open Kitchen early in the morning and begin by heating my truck. It s important that we get the heat and freezer temperatures just right. We have to maintain exact temperatures to carry the food. My route starts at 8 am and I make deliveries until about 2:00 pm. Meals on Wheels Chicago 2011 Year End Report 5

8 HomeMod Program Clients Home Delivered Meals Clients w Average Cost of Home Modifications Average Cost of 2 Home Delivered Meals $10,000 $6.00 Male 46% Gender Female 54% Mobility Disability 84.75% Cognitive Disability 14.41% Type of Disability Ethnicity Average Age Gender Average Age 39 years old Male Female 77 years old 34% 66% Hearing Impaired 0% Visually Impaired 0.85% Report income under $30,000 94% T Income Level Ethnicity Report income up to $45,000 6% African American 63% Hispanic 20% O Live below the Federal poverty line 62% Caucasian 14% Other 2% African American 57% Hispanic 9% Caucasian 32% Asian 1% American Indian/Native >.1% 6

9 Financials January 1, 2011 December 31, 2011 Individual Giving 17% Corporate & Foundation Grants 14% Operating / In-Kind 4% Special Events 40% Revenue & Support Special Events $458,000 Special Event In-Kind $294,000 Corporate & Foundation Grants $165,000 Individual Giving $192,000 Operating / In-Kind $51,000 Total Revenue $1,160,000 Special Events In-Kind 25% Operating / In-Kind 7% Admin / Operations 16% Special Events 16% Salaries / Benefits 21% Special Events In-Kind 40% Organization Expenditures Special Events $120,000 Special Event In-Kind $294,000 Salaries / Benefits $158,000 Admin / Operations $121,000 Operating / In-Kind $51,000 Total $744,000 HomeMod 13% Home Delivered Meals 87% Program Expenditures Home Delivered Meals $356,000 HomeMod $52,500 Total Program Expenditures $408,500 Meals on Wheels Chicago 2011 Year End Report 7

10 2011 Meals on Wheels Chicago Supporters Grants, Corporate Gifts, and Individual Gifts $20,000 + Charter One Foundation The Chicago Community Trust $10,000 + Bankers Life and Casualty Company Commonwealth Edison Company Mildred D. Gierlacki* Kia Motors $5,000 + Crain Communications Inc. The Grainger Foundation Jack and Goldie Wolfe Miller Fund Peggy & Steve Fossett Foundation Peoples Gas RBC Capital Markets LLC Sara Lee Foundation The Blowitz-Ridgeway Foundation The Davee Foundation The George M. Eisenberg Foundation for Charities $2,500 + California Community Foundation Jewel-Osco Paula Morawski Daniel Safran Susan Trout $1,000 + Abra Wilkin Fund AkzoNobel, Inc. Allstate Insurance Company Marc Baumann Brendan M. Berry Timothy Boudrea Brandt Foundation Chicago Board of Trade Foundation Niranjan S. Choksi CRC Insurance Services, Inc. Jeffrey A. Davis Glenn L. Hussar Ronald C. Katz Kramer Family Fund of the Merrill Lynch Community Charitable Fund of The Chicago Community Trust L & R Anixter Foundation Loraine Kaufman Foundation, Lori and Steve Kaufman Karen E. McCall McCarthy Bertschy & Associates, Inc. William R. Padnos Paramount Farms Catherine A. Pesch Matthew Steinmetz The T-Shirt Deli Co. United Business Media LLC Thelma L. Walls* $500 + Abbott Laboratories Abe & Ida Cooper Foundation Kristine Anderson 8 Anonymous Cindy Bittner CNO Services, LLC Jim Dorsey Firestone Complete Auto Care Kenneth P. Fischl Christopher Fort Marguerite D. Hark Robert F. Hirsch Catherine S. Johnson Kaplan Foundation Joel M. Levin Abigail Martinez Martin C. McGuire John M. Monter National Association of Theatre Owners Robert Parks Daniel Rea Jean L. Rothbarth Christine J. Siwik Dusan Stefoski Lauren Trankina United Business Media LLC Carita Walejeski William Harris Investors, Inc. B. Worzalla Tim Zingelman In Kind George Bodenberg * Included Meals on Wheels Chicago in their estate plans. Event Sponsorship & Individual Event Donations Texas Hold'em $10,000 + Senior Lifestyle Corporation- Stephen Levy $5,000 + Boston Capital Foundation Continental Electric Construction Company Horwood Marcus & Berk Chartered- Lawrence Feller L & R Anixter Foundation Lifeway Foods, Inc. RSM McGladrey, Inc. The Walsh Foundation Willis of Illinois- John Atkinson & Michael Pokora $2,500 + Skender Interiors Group Walton Street Capitol, LLC $1,000 + BMO Harris Bank Johnny A. Calfa Daniel Paul Chairs DLA Piper- John Heuberger Howard & Loren Friend The Hechtman Group $500 + Chicago Apartment Finders Debra Dann Kay Eleven City Diner Essex Realty- Jim Darrow & Jordan Gottlieb Ferrara Pan Candy Company Inc.- Lou Pagano II Field & Goldberg, LLC Lettuce Entertain You, Inc. Open Kitchens- Anthony Fiore PriceWaterhouseCoopers LLP- Corey Baer In Kind Archetype Graphic Design Champagne Cattier Ferrara Pan Candy Company Inc.- Lou Pagano II FIJI Water Company LLC Goose Island Beer Company Heaven Hill Distilleries, Inc. SKYY Spirits, LLC Southern Wine & Spirits $3,000 + McMahon Foods Corporation Senior Lifestyle Corporation- Stephen Levy Single Source $1,000 + Alois Box Company, Inc. Bunzl Distribution Buy-Rite Wholesale Chemex of Northern Illinois, Inc. Cigna Clifton Gunderson LLP Commonwealth Edison Company- Mike Radziewicz Country Pure Foods D&S Truck Center, Inc. DRG Risk Management EKF Foods Inc. Englewood Electrical Supply Ernst & Young LLP Finer Foods, Inc. Frye Marketing Inc. Jacob Gehl Genesis Technologies Inc. Gerald Subaru of North Aurora Grainger Inc. Green Bay Packaging Guntner US LLC H. J. Samaan, Inc DBA Aflac Regional Sales Coordinator Home Physicians- Craig Reiff Hotshot Delivery Systems, Inc. IRBN, Inc. Lifeway Foods, Inc. Market Financial Group Patricia McNamara Navistar Inc. Nealy Foods Inc. Plastic Package, Inc. Sabert Corporation Stanz Foodservice, Inc. SureStaff, Inc. US Cellular Vegetable Fresh, Inc. West Suburban Bank Workhorse Wynright Corporation Zero Zone Refrigeration $500 + Jeff Barrett Century Refrigeration Finer Foods, Inc. Rick Fiore Nick Guerten Lifeway Foods, Inc. Mid-States Refrigeration, Supply Inc. Joseph Nelson Neuman Bakery Specialties, Inc. In Kind FIJI Water Company LLC Gonnella Lifeway Foods, Inc. ODA, Inc. Open Kitchens- Rick Fiore Golf Classic $10,000 + Open Kitchens- Rick Fiore Peapod, LLC- Andrew Parkinson US Foods Celebrity Chef Ball $20,000 + Bankers Life & Casualty Company- Chris Campbell Travelzoo, Inc. $10,000 + All Terrain- Sarah Eck Berman Auto Group- Michael Berman The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas Wirtz Beverage Illinois $7,500 + Charter One- Michelle Smolinski Senior Lifestyle Corporation- Stephen Levy $5,000 + Altair Advisers, LLC- Richard Black Bank of America Amy McCarty Open Kitchens- Anthony Fiore Pircher, Nichols & Meeks- Michael McKeever $2,500 + Anheuser-Busch InBev Christopher Bertschy Susan DeLaRosa FIJI Water Company LLC Anthony Fiore Chetan Ghai HUB International- Daniel Goldsmith Jewel-Osco Justine Knizeski Matt Maloney Monahan & Cohen Udit & Malini Patel Peoples Gas- Michael O Connell David Vega Carrie Weaver $1,000 + David & Cheryl Carroll Michael Evans Lawrence Feller Ferrara Pan Candy Company Inc.- Lou Pagano II Stuart Foler Goose Island Beer Company Emilia Juocys Ted & Barbara Kennedy Thomas & Jane Koehler Jeff Lawler Lifeway Foods, Inc. Michael McKeever Raja Foods LLC Douglas Regan Kim Roll-Wallace Daniel Safran Carly Savocchi Richard Templer $500 + Alex Ackerhalt David Belkin Marc Bushala Nicole Cantalupo Julie Christopher Encon Environmental Concepts, Inc. F&F Management, Inc. David Feller Christine Hall Ryan Hicks Jacob J. Kaufman Hyon Kim Michael Klein Joseph Laughlin Lettuce Entertain You Enterprises, Inc. Pamela Levy Fotene Liakatas David May Michael McHugh Michael Murzanski Holly Norwick Jose Luis Perez-Griffo Viqueira Karin Peterson Ghai Rivers Casino Denise Smith Jon Springer Robert Wilborn Adam Wolff Jeff Wooledge In Kind Anheuser-Busch InBev Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois- Justine Knizeski Chefwear Chicago Magazine Dominick's Ferrara Pan Candy Company Inc.- Lou Pagano II FIJI Water Company LLC Gallo Wines Goose Island Beer Company Kehoe Designs NoiseFloor LTD Plate Magazine- Chandra Ram Solo Cup Company Tablescapes, LTD Windy City Linen, Inc. Wirtz Beverage Illinois

11 2011 Meals on Wheels Chicago Leadership January 1, 2011 December 31, 2011 Officers Immediate Past President Richard M. Horwood Horwood Marcus & Berk Chtd. President Amy Dordek Dolinsky BPI Group US Secretary Alexandra Lyons-Cooney Chicago Department of Family and Support Services Treasurer Dan Safran Project Leadership Associates Vice President Christopher T. Bertschy McCarthy Bertschy & Associates, Inc. Vice President Steve Levy Senior Lifestyle Corporation Board of Directors David Belkin Belkin Corporation Richard Black Altair Advisors Chris Campbell Bankers Life and Casualty Company Sarah Eck-Thompson All Terrain Larry Feller Horwood Marcus & Berk Anthony Fiore Open Kitchens Joyce Gallagher Chicago Department of Family and Support Services Daniel Goldsmith Hub International Sara Jahn themid Chicago Deidre R. James Mayor s Office for People with Disabilities Barbara Kennedy United Stationers Justine E. Knizeski Blue Cross Blue Shield Michael J. McKeever Pircher, Nichols & Meeks Debbie Murphy Allocation Distributors Mike O Connell Integrys Energy Group Lou Pagano II Ferrara Pan Candy Company Andrew Parkinson Peapod, Inc. Nikki Proutsos Chicago Department of Family and Support Services Chandra Ram Plate Magazine Mike Radziewicz ComEd Kim Roll-Wallace Mead Johnson Nutrition Company Michelle T. Smolinski Charter One Bank, Illinois Karen Tamley Mayor s Office for People with Disabilities Kimberly Taylor Mayor s Office for People with Disabilities Staff Kimberly Porritt Executive Director Margo Willard Director of Fundraising Andrew Seibert Development Associate Associate Board of Directors Immediate Past President Anthony Fiore Co-President Adam Kaplan Co-President Justin Robins Vice President Scott MacGregor Treasurer David Ruttenberg Secretary Sara Jahn Ben Firestone Brad Silva Clothilde Ewing Edward McGuire Jennifer McConnell Justin Silva Keahn Gary Kenny Klassman Kristin Fiore Larissa Johnson Leah Brinkmeyer Tiffany McConnell Nicole Tempesta Rudy Negron Sujata Swaroop Event Committees Golf Classic Andrew Parkinson Anthony Fiore David Koelling Ed Romo Jennifer Wood Ken Delisi Larraine Corpuz Mike Hartwig Rick Fiore Rudy Negron Scott Whitlock Tim Lacy King Of The River Adam Kaplan Anthony Fiore Ben Firestone Brad Silva Clothilde Ewing David Ruttenberg Edward McGuire Jennifer McConnell Justin Robins Justin Silva Keahn Gary Kenny Klassman Kristin Fiore Larissa Johnson Leah Brinkmeyer Lou Pagano II Tiffany McConnell Nicole Tempesta Rudy Negron Scott MacGregor Sujata Swaroop Celebrity Chef Ball Amy Collins Amy McCarty Becky Kozlen Bridget Allen Chandra Ram Chip Bouchard Vassil Emilia Joucys Heather Bernau Jennifer Evans Justin Lisy Kristin DeAngelis Laura Kimmel Liz Sorrentino Meredith Warton Robert Wilborn Sara Jahn Sara Conklin Sarah Eck-Thompson Talia Weidberg Xenia Demo Our Ask of You Meals on Wheels Chicago provides nutritious meals and home modifications to thousands of homebound seniors and individuals with disabilities in our community. We have given countless Chicagoans dignity, independence, and hope. But in these hard economic times, a growing number of our neighbors are facing the threat of hunger and isolation. Without your help, our services cannot reach these individuals in need. Thousands will risk their homes and their independence and many will face costly institutional care they cannot afford. To learn more about Meals on Wheels Chicago, the programs, and how you can support our efforts, visit our website, Meals on Wheels Chicago 2011 Year End Report 9

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