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2010 ANNUAL REPORT 1 Stable homes root families and communities. In stable housing, the walls are strong and the roof is secure. The family inside focuses more on…
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2010 ANNUAL REPORT 1 Stable homes root families and communities. In stable housing, the walls are strong and the roof is secure. The family inside focuses more on thriving than surviving. Habitat for Humanity is still one of the only organizations that offers homeownership opportunities to very low-income families. More than 200 local families have worked with us to build and buy their homes in Portland and Gresham. The need keeps growing; we will keep building. Will you join us? cover photo by Sarah Galbraith Sarah Galbraith The Jimenez family is one of nine families at Habitat’s Lents Landing community in southeast Portland. Five homes have been completed and sold, and the remaining four will be finished by the end of 2010. Burk Jackson 4 LETTER FROM THE DIRECTOR Low-income This was a milestone year for Habitat in Oregon with the completion of the 1,000th home in the state. We also were proud to be named one of the 100 Best Nonprofits to work for by Oregon Business Magazine. However, this has been a challenging year for so many hardworking families. There has been a 100% increase in the number of qualified families coming to us for a helping hand. This motivated us to work harder and think more creatively. We set the goal to increase the number of families we serve annually by 50% and to buy land now to support our next four years of home building. Multnomah Sarah Galbraith This year, we broke ground on a 12-home community in north Portland that will be the site of some of the most energy efficient homes we’ve built to date. Our nine-home subdivision in Lents was selected to be part of the Build It Green home tour. Also, our work on Jubilee Commons in Rockwood continued and the 23-home community is slated to be completed by the end of the year. families in County average one move every 15 months because of rising rent. We’ve found that we have a rare opportunity to establish affordable homeownership in neighborhoods that are suffering from foreclosure. Land has been identified in targeted, high need neighborhoods for prices 40% less than what we paid two years ago. But as quickly as this opportunity has presented itself, it will slip away. We must act now to take advantage of this opportunity to return our neighborhoods to stability and security. Thank you for all your support this year, and I look forward to continuing our work together to provide more of our neighbors with a helping hand. STEVE MESSINETTI, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR HABITAT FOR HUMANITY PORTLAND/METRO EAST 5 6 How Habitat Works No other housing organization in Portland and Gresham offers a 0%-interest mortgage to families making as little as $21,000 a year (for a family of four). Qualifying families must put in 500 sweat equity hours and complete a first-time homebuyer education program before purchasing their homes. This “build it and buy it” system gives families pride as they learn skills and put their own sweat into hammering and painting the walls of their homes. Mortgage payments come back to Habitat and go directly into a revolving Fund for Humanity that is used to build more homes. Currently over $600,000 in mortgage payments go back into the community annually. Families purchase their homes at cost, thanks to volunteer labor and donations. This means that instead of being in a vulnerable and fragile economic position, families are able to save money for their future, give their children a stable home, and put money back into the local tax base. 7 Sarah Galbraith The Gonzalez-Hankins family will be moving into their Habitat home at Rivergate Commons in north Portland in 2011. Their current living situation exposes the family to lead paint, and is affecting the health of the children. 8 Future Goals Due to rising local need, we are expanding our goals to help more local families become homeowners by: ã Increasing Habitat’s local home building capacity by 50%. ã Building a four-year inventory of land in targeted areas to support increased capacity. ã Upgrading the construction program to build more energy-efficient, healthy and sustainable homes. ã Expanding the first-time homebuyer readiness and support program to ensure all families successfully transition to homeownership. ã Broadening the volunteer program to mobilize more than 9,000 volunteers annually. 9 Frank Hunt Lift with the knees! Volunteers helped to build 20 homes last year—passing our 200th home mark! Volunteer Travis Stovall, of The Stovall Group, smiles at his handiwork during this year’s Executive Build. Sarah Galbraith 10 The Hands of Habitat Thank you to the many volunteers who supported Habitat by donating time at our build sites or in the office. Last year, volunteers filled 6,605 volunteer slots and donated 46,235 hours of service. This equals $832,230 in paid labor. Incredible! Golden Hammer Volunteers (100 or more hours between July 1, 2009-June 30, 2010) HFH Portland/ Metro East Garry Amend Kelly Antolic Laura Baranowski Gary Barnard Susan Barnett Carol Beeston Solomon Belay Eric Berg Francesca Blom-Cooper Natalie Browning Jay Buechler Jennifer Burgwin Deborah Carver Timothy Chamberlin Costa Columbus Thomas Davidson Xavier Davis Todd Dillard Dan Doerner Suzanne Eberle Melissa Ehn Bill Eichstaedt Richard Firsich Pete Forsyth Richard Gibson Carolyn Graf Jennifer Hall Gloria Halper Michael Helwig Aaron Hoover Katie Hughes Paris Hughes Ansel Johnson Mike Keating Joe Kelley Andrew Kindschuh Larry Kissinger Roy Kitzmann Carol Knutson Carolyn Kruger Keith Kunerth Mary Ella Kuster Ida Lam David Landau Jim Laubenthal Yee Lee Robert Maldonado Thomas Martens Celso Mendoza Flores David Moore Mickie Moran Stephen Murray Caspian Orr Gary Paulsen Lea Peace Nick Powell Travis Preciado Bill Randolph Larry Rank Michael Reynolds Kathi Rodgers Richard Rohrbaugh Jonathan Sanchez Marie Schramke Bob Spier Andrew Tarilton Paige Thomas Gary Thompson Howard Thompson Lisa Timmerman Joe Tushner Susie Vischer Alexander Warren Ken Wells Margery Wells Angela Wilson Jill Winegar Robert Wold Michelle Woo Clark County HFH Store Sherlene Addington Jeff Alderman Lacy Atkison-Seal Rodney Berry Bill Becker Curtis Dahl Marj Davis Lynn DiVittorio Donna England Rhonda Kauffman Brian Jurado Nicolay Karpets Sharon Klum-Hollingsworth Kara Mayward Ryan McGrath Doug Milbrandt Sam Monroe Michael Oseick Luba Protenko Trevor Reynolds Joseph Samaniego Paige Shaw John Stone Elena Tsilitskaya Dmytro Voronuyk Whitney Waddle Jesse Walker Nancy White Portland Metro ReStore Chris Best David Burman Pablo Caprotta Marti Corber Eric Dahlberg Robin Dunitz Alissa Faber Bill Grandey Teresa Grixgby Gary Hetrick Michael Hric Ansel Johnson Dick Kaptun Don Kum Joseph Leben Wendy Lowles David Mehta Randy Muramatsu Robert Paz John Pierce Daryl Phillippi Mario Ramirez Larry Rank Morgan Ruark Ron Stevens Glenn Van Buren Eileen Watt-Smith 11 12 Statement of Financial Position As of June 30, 2010 Statement of Activities July 1, 2009 - June 30, 2010 Revenue Assets Cash and cash equivalents Prepaid expenses and other assets 1,021,197 96,262 Contributions: cash, pledges and grants Donated services, materials and equipment Grants and contributions receivable 1,112,391 Home sales Inventories 3,341,012 Other revenues Mortgages receivable at fair value Buildings and equipment Total Assets Total Revenues 5,334,846 358,197 $11,263,905 Liabilities and Net Assets Accounts payable 124,454 Accrued expenses and other liabilities 287,335 Tithe and Oregon affiliate distributions 119,073 Notes payable Total Liabilities Net Assets Total Liabilities and Net Assets 2,210,713 2,741,575 8,522,330 $11,263,905 207,009 3,389,530 648,428 $7,893,810 Expenses Program services 3,648,843 6,645,419 Management and general 214,819 Fundraising 425,832 Total Expenses Change in Net Assets $7,286,070 $607,740 Sources of Support Habitat’s Fund for Humanity 21% Foundations and Government Funds 10% Faith and Civic Groups 20% Mortgage Receipts H e ag M o r t g r n to R etu P H a ay m e n b it a t s t Volu n Buil teers din g 32% Individual Donors 8% Businesses 6% Other 3% ReStore m o m ili e s es ials ater &M lies ami & F omes Y D o our n at i on Lan d Your donation lives on in perpetuity in Habitat’s revolving fund model. a at F H a bit a s e H P u rc h Distribution Ratio Donations enter into the revolving fund cycle as Habitat builds and sells homes. Our partner families make mortgage payments that continue the cycle and account for 20% of Habitat’s annual support. Over 88 cents of every dollar donated went directly toward building homes! According to the BBB Wise Giving Alliance, responsible charities spend at least 65% of total expenses on program and spend no more than 35% of related contributions on fundraising. 88.5% Habitat Program Expenses 13 11.5% Administrative and Fundraising Expenses Thank You for Your Support! (Cash and in-kind received between July 1, 2009 - June 30, 2010.) 14 $100,000+ Dick and Jana Lytle City of Gresham Scott Benthin Associates John Gray Charitable Fund of the Oregon Community Foundation Western Partitions Habitat for Humanity International $10,000-$19,999 Portland Development Commission ACS, a Xerox Company Thrivent Financial for Lutherans U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Harry & Nell Urling Trust $50,000-$99,999 Lytle/Agnew Friends and Family Build Portland Housing Bureau Walsh Construction Co. Wells Fargo $20,000-$49,999 Dan and Kim Agnew Anonymous Acme Construction Supply Co. CalPortland CertainTeed Corporation Hirko Family Fund of The Oregon Community Foundation William Holmes and Lynn Partin The Milner Family Foundation Nike Inc. NW Natural Paulson Coletti Trial Attorneys PC Zan and Jack Peat Schomer Revocable Trust TempControl Waterloo Restaurant Ventures: Romano’s Macaroni Grill OCF Joseph E. Weston Public Foundation Bank of America Foundation Anonymous (4) Beth Caruso and Patrick Clancy M Giddings Jeanne I. Arbow Fund of The Oregon Community Foundation Mark and Heather Chism Golf Savings Bank City of Portland - Youth Actions Grants Program Grand and Benedicts Clackamas County Bank Mike and Rochelle Hart Concept Entertainment Group LTD Lanee Hegrenes Tim Conway Holzman Foundation Stan & Julie Culver Fund of The Oregon Community Foundation HP Company Foundation Denison Family Fund of The Oregon Community Foundation Associated Students of Sonoma State Univ Electronics Unlimited Assurety Northwest Employee’s Community Fund of Boeing Portland Inc. Ater Family Fund of The Oregon Community Foundation General Growth Properties Inc. AXA Advisors Heathman Restaurant and Bar Virginia Bailey HMH Robert Ball Albert Horn Rick and Joyce Beadnell Intel Corporation Greta and Philip Beard Lowes Home Improvement Steven and Trese Lytle Bette Bernardy The Morey Bernstein Memorial Foundation Diane Davis* Ryan and Inga Deckert* Deloitte Sterling Dorman Jim and Wilma Eby Karen Ellmers Diana and Ronald Gustafson Judith and Joseph Huck Iberdrola Renewables IRCO Upward Bound Program Integra Telecom Janice Jessen JEZ Foundation Beyond Direct Marketing LLC EnergyTrust of Oregon Inc. Colleen Kaleda and Thad McCracken Bike & Build Inc. Bob and Barbara Fankhauser Josh and Melissa Kardon Biotronik Inc. Derek and Tamara Feltham Dale Kardos* Fidelity National Title Diane Karl Owens Corning Frank & Margaret Bitar Foundation Richard and Sharon Firsich Rebecca Langdon Margaret Ryan Judith Bodack Valerie Fisher Steve and Davia Larson Stimson-Miller Foundation Bodyfelt Mount LLP Elizabeth and Wayne Fitzpatrick Leatherman Tool Group Inc. The Pepsi Bottling Group Foundation Inc. Boller-Thomas Foundation Flashlight Engineering & Consulting Kenneth Leavens $1,000-$4,999 Tim and Mary Boyle Charitable Trust George and Donna Fogg Leupold & Stevens Foundation ACME Business Consulting LLC John Fosheim Brenda Brischetto John W. Littlehales Judge Julie Frantz Len and Becky Magnuson* The O.L. Moore Foundation New Seasons Market Oregon Association of Realtors Jon Bowdoin Frank Leipzig Glumac $5,000-$9,999 James and Murielle Adair Gene and Marsha Brockmeyer* LM Construction of Brush Prairie Inc. Habitat for Humanity Oregon David Boe* Adobe Systems Inc. Colleen and William Gardner Burkert Family Living Trust Jennifer Boe* Adventist Health Debra and Glen Gerdes Andy and Mary Lytle Jurrens Family Foundation Don Buss Malarkey Roofing Kaiser Permanente Classique Floors Alaska Airlines Louis Cantor Richard Gibson and Carol Peterkort Mentor Graphics Ellie A. Meyers Alicia and John Scott Vernier Software & Technology LLC Susan Bishop Minneapolis Foundation Pat and Brent Kehoe Michael A. Smith Co. Ruth Settle VIDA Jerry and Katharine Boness Christopher and Mary Kent Gregory and Diane Morgan Lois Settlemeyer Waco Scaffold & Equipment Jacquie and Robert Bothman George Eighmey and Peter Livingston Beatrice Neuburg John and Joan Shipley Greg and Lisa Waggoner Philippe Boulot Charles and Frances Emerick Ken and Connie Knepper Nossa Familia Coffee Silver Oak Advisory Group Judy Walker Leslie Breaux Essilor of America David Knill Olive Garden Amy and Carl Singmaster Bob and Marcia Walsh Gerald Brown Richard and Patricia Evans Oregon Pacific Investment Development Co. Tom and Tracey Lee Skaar Kevin and Sharon Wei William and Tina Brown Kathleen Fisher Lake Oswego United Methodist Church So Hum Foundation Darren and Julie Welborn Rex Burkholder and Lydia Rich Larry Frager Larkspur Hotels and Restaurants William Woods Rex Carter Patricia Gardner Marjorie Larson St. James Lutheran Church Woodward Family Foundation Debbie Carter Melissa George Latitudes State Farm Walter E. & Ruth K Wright CHRTB Kelly Casperson Paul and Lynda George Melinda Laubscher Steelhead Advertising Merri and Bill Wyatt Timothy Chamberlin Gethsemane Lutheran Church Zack and Keely Yaguda Charlotte Clark Michael Gilbert Stoel Rives Sue Yount Mary Clark Deborah Ham Stumptown Coffee Roasters Jay & Diane Zidell Charitable Foundation Arthur Clausing David and Monica Harding Coaching Works Inc.* Robert and Barbara Henarie Karen Coe Donna and Michael Henderson Michelle Cole Paul and Kelle Herring Gary and Lisa Albert Columbia Sportswear Company Brandy Hibben Shannon Tennant Norma Alberthal John Crabbe and Jeri Janowsky Daniel Highkin and Margaret Klute The Bryn Mawr School Carole Alexander Aaron Cross and Erin Rothrock* Thor Hinckley The Standard Kris Alman* Leslye Dahlen Marilyn and Robert Hodson Deborah Thomas Anonymous Mike Davis Maryanne and David Holman Tigard United Methodist Church Augustana Lutheran Church George and Betsy Davis Angela Homme Tom Walsh & Builders Inc. David Ayre Theresa and James Deibele Megan Hornby and Donald Keister* Margery and Kenyon Wells Charitable Trust Anne Orwig Mary Overgaard and David Cook Pacific Power Foundation Jane Paulson and Helen White PECO Manufacturing Julie and David Peyton Phagans School of Hair Design Brian Pienovi Silvio Pienovi Bill and Judy Platt Portland General Electric Company Portland Housing Center Presbyterian Church of Laurelhurst ePrint John and Caroleigh Robinson Glenn Rodriguez Dianne Rodway and John Becker Roseway Heights Elementary School Robert and Ann Sola Michele and Jim Stemler Susnjara Family Charitable Trust Leonard Swanson* Taylor Family Fund of The Oregon Community Foundation $500-$999 Ronda and John Kill Teresa Laursen Robert Law Joe and Constance Leben Lenz Financial Group Maureen Leonard and Dave Porter* Jean Leonard Julie Leuvrey George and Dolores Lizer Sally Long Lynchwood Christian Church Donald MacLane Macy’s Foundation Richard Marantz Leslie and Dennis Torresdal Dave Baca Jerry and Linda Dinan House Spirits Distillery Mary Mark Russell Colgate Fund Trinity Lutheran Church Greg and Barbara Baker Elizabeth and William Dixon Lois Hughes Theodore and Constance Marohn Sarah Galbraith Photography Union Bank Michael and Tressa Bauer Rick and Karen Durrett Interstate Flooring David and Michelle McAfee Tim Sauser United Fire and Safety Bella Casa John Dwork Janet Jones Mary McCarty John Schroeder Vaya Creative LLC Bethany Lutheran Church Ehlert Family Fund of The John Keehn Milwaukie High School *Carpenter’s Club Monthly Donor 15 16 Jacqueline Balzer and Robyn Kay Pierce Richard and Marion Burgess Alexis Crowell Susan and Joe Barnett Jacqueline Burns Claire and Walter Burt Christopher and Cynthia Cunningham Milwaukie Presbyterian Church Sage Software Paul and Lavada Wiley Dan Moore* Sharon and Rick Schaefer Margarette Moore Norm Schoen Willamette Valley Appraisal Professionals Mike and Wendy Northcott SeaPort Airlines Viola Wilson Charles and Kathryn Bates Kevin Oberby David Sheern Jennifer and Paul Xochihua Loren Beach Olive Garden - Gresham Claudine Sheridan Traci and Jonathan Bean Oregon Fishing Club Jason Sievers Jeff Yandle and Molly MoranYandle* Oregon Mortgage Lenders Association Michael and Katy Smith Steven Zwierzynski and Alison Adair Patrick Becker Dr. Robert Owens Colleen Sorensen Catherine and Pier Parisio Parkrose High School Russell Pattee PCC Structurals Inc. David and Anne Pearson James and Deborah Pickering* Stephen and Jane Poisson Judy and David Pomeroy Jeannette Pontius Dorothy Praegner Rey Ramsey Ameen and Cynthia Ramzy Shawn and Amy Smith Marta and Jim Specht St. Michael & All Angels Church Robert and Jean Stanton Diana Stuart* Charlie Swindells The Meyers Foundation Larie Thomas Rick and Leslie Trout Kim and Scott Tucker* Virginia Tupper US Bancorp Foundation-Matching Gift Program $150-$499 Marcia A. Bechtold Thomas and Linda Berkemeier Kara Bertolucci Jeff and Cindy Bieker 21st Century Limo Town Car Service Kyle Bisch Accordant Company LLC Rhonda and Jeffrey Bishop Virginia and Christopher Achterman Gavin Bjork All That Glitters Jewelry & Loans Christine Anderson Karl Anderson Anonymous (17) Monica Ao Amanda Black Teri and David Blauer Kathy and Bob Block-Brown Chris L. Bonner* David Boston Deborah and John Boutinen Stephen Bushong Calvary Lutheran Church Lisa Cameli Kenneth Canavarro John and Carrie Cardascia* Janice Casey Central Lutheran Church Deborah Chase Annie Chen* Lin Chien-Long Janet Childs Steven Christenson Marita Christiansen Norm Chun Nancy Clark Columbia River Gorge Kiwanis Robert and Beth Boyce Contractor Business Solutions Northwest LLC Kathleen and James Arnold Molly-O Brady Bill and Mary Lou Converse Susumu Arai Mary Curtis* Mary Danford* Judy Dauble Sarah and Ed Daugherty Andrew Davies Lurena Davis Harry and Kaaren Demorest Charlotte Dietterich* Gregg Dillenbeck and Jamie Shauvin JoAnne Disciullo Robbie and Janet Dodd Ann Dodds James Doig Dr. Timothy Dooley Albert Douk William Dozier Jr. Richard Dracott James Draudt and Ann Witsil Robert Dressler Abbie Rankin and Scott Witscher Peter and Eleanor Van Alderwerelt Louise Aschbacher Lewis Brainerd Thomas and Donna Cook David and Linly Rees Susie Vischer* Ray and Jean Auel Cheri Brassfield Barbara and Thomas Cooney Margaret Remsen and Nigel Jaquiss Sharon and Richard Weijo* Theresa Auld Larry and Marilyn Cooper David and Erin Drinkward Kristin Baack and Bernard Deazley Barbara Briody Jolyn Duenas Marilyn Richen Lucille Wells / Wells Family Rev. Living Trust Cornerstone Solutions of Illinois Inc. Robert and Ann Dueltgen Burke Rice Michael and Juliana Weis B & G Builders Inc. Michelle Bain-Brink and Gregory Brink Daniel and Marie Bagwell* Loulie Brown Cornwell Consulting Group LLC Jack Duey* Rizzo Mattingly Bosworth PC George and Sarah Wells Robert and Julia Ball Cary Bubenik Cindy and Paul Correll Marc Duhamel, Sr. Jennifer Rose Westminster Presbyterian Church Roxann and Mark Balmer Dabney and Eric Budden Jon and Mary Cottrell Gwendolyn and Thomas Dulley Rose City Park Presbyterian Church Ryan and Kelley Wilde Holly Bullins and John Archer Colette Crabbe Kaye Duncan* Jason Drews* Gerald and Sheila Dunn Gregory Fullem Scott Hacke Richard and Janet Hogue* Kathleen and Wayne Johnson Ryan Levenick Greg East* Jessie Furr Mary Haffey Dawn and Scott Holden Robert Johnson and Cecil Howard Susan Levine Suzanne and Thomas
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