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TEEG Annual Report 2009-2010: Planting a Seed

TEEG Annual Report 2009-2010: Planting a Seed

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In 2009, as TEEG concludes our 22nd year of service to the Northeast Community, we want to acknowledge the bountiful harvest that we have gathered over the past year. The last 12 months have been the most demanding we have ever experienced. Our agency has grown to meet the increasing needs of our own community while branching out to meet the needs of our neighbors. As we extend ourselves farther to serve more of our greater community, we are fortunate to add the yield of each new branch to our harvest, a harvest that is abundant enough to meet the need.
In 2009, as TEEG concludes our 22nd year of service to the Northeast Community, we want to acknowledge the bountiful harvest that we have gathered over the past year. The last 12 months have been the most demanding we have ever experienced. Our agency has grown to meet the increasing needs of our own community while branching out to meet the needs of our neighbors. As we extend ourselves farther to serve more of our greater community, we are fortunate to add the yield of each new branch to our harvest, a harvest that is abundant enough to meet the need.

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A
seed is planted. Roots take hold.A sapling grows. Leaves sprot.Branches spread. Bds form.Blossoms flower into frit.
A harvest is gathered.
In 2009, as TEEG concludes our 22nd year o service tothe Northeast Community, we want to acknowledge thebountiul harvest that we have gathered over the past year. The last 12 months have been the most demanding we have ever experienced. Our agency has grown tomeet the increasing needs o our own community whilebranching out to meet the needs o our neighbors. As we extend ourselves arther to serve more o our greatercommunity, we are ortunate to add the yield o eachnew branch to our harvest, a harvest that is abundantenough to meet the need.
Acknowledgements
 The TEEG 2009 Annual Report is yet another example o  just how much juice we can squeeze rom one apple!Working once again with the creative team o MADCommunications, Angell House Designs and ExpressPhoto, TEEG is able to produce a report that we takegreat pride in sharing with the community. Theseproessionals donated their time and talents as their gitsto our community. Their collective contribution is their way o giving back and sharing the harvest. Because o their generosity, TEEG is able to stretch limited resourcesarther by printing and distributing this report to moreresidents o the Quiet Corner. There are two businesses to whom we are especially grateul or providing us with the backdrops to tellour story in this year’s report. To Andrew and JackieSilverstein o Lord Thompson Manor, we appreciate theuse o your kitchen acilities to photograph the TEEGBoard o Directors. We are also grateul to John and Patty Wolchesky o Lapsley’s Orchard in Pomret or letting ususe the setting o their ruit-laden orchard.
 
L au r a  M o o r e h e a d ,  A n g ell H ou s e D e s i g n s M a r y  A n n D o s t al e r ,  M AD C o m mu n i c a t i o n s
 
PLANTING A SEED
T
ending to the Yield
At TEEG we plant seeds every day. Seeds o prevention.Seeds o promotion. Seedso independence and sel-suciency. Our tools are nothoes and shovels. Instead weplant our seeds with kindnessand compassion, educationand inormation. TEEG’s mission is to empowerindividuals, strengthen amiliesand engage the community.In 2009 we have touchedthe lives o 2,313 residentso Northeast Connecticut in33,603 ways as we worked tohelp our neighbors and riendsnd their way to living livesthat bear ruit.
lives touched by PlAnting A seed
 2008-2009 Programs Times Lives Were Touched 
ea c
Parent/Child Playgroup ...................................................................... 1,537Parents as Teachers .............................................................................. 119Parent Outreach .................................................................................... 1,031
 y s
IAM Adolescent Therapeutic Support Services ........................... 2,086All Star Adventure Program (A.S.A.P.) ............................................ 162Back to School ....................................................................................... 186Summer Enrichment and Campership Program ....................... 105
c spp a ea
Anger Aside ............................................................................................. 116Gamblers Anonymous ........................................................................ 312
c s
Emergent Food Distribution .............................................................. 582Holiday Giving ........................................................................................ 2,155Inormation and Reerral Consultation ......................................... 6,347Case Management ............................................................................... 3,596Monthly Commodity Distribution (Food) ..................................... 5,825Operation Fuel ....................................................................................... 568Salvation Army ....................................................................................... 103Summer Lunch ...................................................................................... 4,016Volunteer Opportunities ..................................................................... 436
s oa
Monthly On-site Distribution (Food).............................................. 1,401Senior Case Management ................................................................. 705Senior Recreation and Events .......................................................... 501Senior Assistance and Outreach ...................................................... 1,714 Total times lives were touched scal year 08-09 ...................... 33,603*
*Total represents service delivered to 2,313 unduplicated individuals and 942 amilies.
With support rom thecommunity, TEEG provided comort, outreach, support and inormation morethan 33,000 times…almost a third more servicesdelivered over last year! 

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