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from our executive director
Andrea had long golden hair in a braid, was
missing her front teeth, and loved pink. She drew me pictures of rainbows and horses while her mom and I talked about their lives. Andrea and her mom and dad were homeless. The family got stranded here on their way to live with family back East, but once their car broke down they were left with limited choices. They were camping high up in the mountains, afraid that if they were found outside with a six year old, the child would be taken away. Andrea was well cared for, well fed, and up to date with doctor visits and immunizations, but her parents were unable to find work. We worked to enroll Andrea in school and soon after she started, CHCT got a call on our voicemail praising Andrea for being a great student. (Her mom didn’t have any other phone number to leave as a contact for the school.) Our donors and volunteers supported the family by donating lots of pink clothing, outdoor gear, and toys. We helped the dad by giving him access to voice mail, interview clothing, and bus tokens. He found a job in two days. The family worked hard to save money and soon was able to save enough to be eligible for Emerge’s emergency shelter. CHCT worked with some local churches to help the family with a housing deposit. They now have a place to live. This story says a lot about the family, the Boulder community, and The Carriage House Community Table. The family sought help and worked hard to get where they are today. Volunteers in the community came together to support them. We coordinated with several other agencies to get this family employment and housing. It’s the example where everything went right. And while this story sticks out in my mind when I think of 2009, there are so many other stories of success and community that happen at The Carriage House Community Table. Despite the dramatic increase in homelessness, we continue to serve food, give people access to medical care, and provide employment support on a daily basis to everyone who asks for help. Our services have adapted to the increase in families like Andrea’s coming through our doors, but we’re still all about one thing: community. Ours is a place of community and respect. Your place in that community as a supporter, volunteer, and advocate is vital. We really couldn’t have helped Andrea and her family – or any of the other 3,500 people that came through our doors last year – without you. Thank you so much for your thousands of volunteer hours, heaps of donations, and considerable number of dollars. Together we opened the door for Andrea and hundreds of others to a world of more opportunity. With thanks,
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Their amazing stories keep getting better and better…
As one of The Carriage House Community Table’s newest client interns, I was thrilled when I was asked to follow up with previous shared personal stories of two former clients, Tory and Jeff, to find out, “Where are they now?” I not only found inspiration and hope from their success, but the genuine gratitude they have towards The Carriage House Community Table for the kind, caring, and dedicated support they received was truly heartfelt. ‑ Melodie
Tory is a recovering heroin and pain pills addict who continues to work successfully with the Methadone program. She is looking forward to celebrating her third year in sobriety. Tory finds inspiration in her 19-month-old daughter, Isabella, as she embarks on her journey through sobriety and to her dreams. Tory enjoys and is grateful for her new position in retail sales. She was the only one from a seasonal employment team to be offered a permanent position. She and Isabella continue to grow and blossom from the love given to them by Isabella’s father.
Jeff is humbly treading his way down the Yellow Brick Road to happiness. Formerly homeless, Jeff has found comfort in the strides that he has so diligently made over the last few months. He works at King Soopers here in Boulder and yet, he still takes time to give back to The Carriage House Community Table every Friday. Jeff is really excited about his upcoming paid vacation. He is planning to wander aimlessly through the Rocky Mountain. National Park in search of a peaceful and spiritual experience. Jeff is also looking forward to getting back in touch with his medical work experience.
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our Board of Directors
Barbara Bennett Marilyn Cowgill Bruce Enstad George Epp Donald French Trudy V.M. Gygi Jan Jackson Frank L. Jones Pam Kane Tom Nelson Bobby Pelz Bill Treadwell David Williard Betty Woon
Executive Director, Joy Eckstine has worked at CHCT since 2005. A licensed clinical social worker and CAC III (certified level III addiction counselor), she brings enthusiasm and energy to her position with CHCT and as an advocate for Boulder’s homeless. In the past, Joy supervised in Outpatient Behavioral Health Services at Denver Health, serving methadone and general substance abuse clients. Joy has years of experience with dually diagnosed clients and homelessness in the criminal justice system and mobile psychiatric crisis teams. Director of Operations, Community Table, Scott Medina has been director of CHCT dinner program since 1999. An active musician, Scott also teaches music classes and special events for preschool children throughout Boulder County, leads evenings of devotional chanting and other spiritually focused events, and has released several CDs of original music.
Case Manager, Heather Pauzé, former greeter, works as our case manager. Her background both educationally and professionally is in disability issues and case management. She holds a Masters in Public Administration from American University.
Facilities Manager, Steve Tombleson, started working with the homeless in 1983 as a volunteer at the Anchorage, AK shelter for two years. He started working at CHCT, then called S.T.A.R.T., in 2000. Director of Human Resources, Vera Line started out as a volunteer at CHCT before she filled the role of administrative assistant. In 2009, she took over the position of Director of Human Resources. She holds a master’s degree in psychology from Saarland University, Germany. Volunteer Coordinator, Tara Flanagan, is a news editor by trade, having spent her most memorable years working for the Vail Trail. She started working at CHCT in October 2008. Greeter, Rider Conway is working his way into social work as one of our greeters. He is dedicated to service, having seen firsthand how the right person can make all the difference for those in need. He started work with CHCT early in 2009.
our Client Interns
In the past year, we have created a client internship program where clients work at the Carriage House or at our evening dinners in return for a small stipend, a chance to develop job skills, and an employment reference. The internships helps the clients on their path to self-sufficiency by providing them with resources and skills, while at the same time giving our staff more time to serve an increasing number of clients. Most heartening of all, this internship mobilizes the desire that so many of our clients have to “give back” to The Carriage House Community Table. The loyalty to the community our organization has built is fierce. Our client interns come and go regularly as their circumstances change, but we are grateful to all of them for their hard work and inspiration.
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Our amazing volunteers do so many things: give haircuts, cook for hundreds, clean thousands of dirty dishes, perform acupuncture, play music, donate clothing, and teach art lessons. They give hugs, a shoulder to cry on, and unending words of comfort. Some of the teams that serve dinners have been volunteering for more than thirteen years. We’ve got loads of volunteer stories that have touched us over the last year. Here are just a few we want to share with you: • An Eagle Scout troop organized a collection of outdoor gear and brought it to the Carriage House the first snowy day last October. • A twelve-year-old girl brought a box of several dozen cupcakes that she had made from scratch, decorated and arranged so beautifully we could have all sworn they came from a top-notch bakery. • A new volunteer, at work for no more than ten minutes, saw a man whose feet were freezing and, after helping the man take off his boots, rubbed his feet until they were warm. • A first-grade class from a local elementary school organized a clothing drive and brought four carloads of coats, boots, and blankets to our door. • A member of our board who comes to Carriage House to cook once a week witnessed a client’s distress at having lost the most recent Harry Potter book. While staff was calming the woman down, he went to the bookstore and bought her a new one. • A volunteer drove a client in need of medical attention to the hospital because the client didn’t want to have an ambulance bill that he couldn’t pay. • A group of volunteers from the Kiwanis Club spent an entire weekend painting the inside of the Carriage House (greasy kitchen walls included).
The Carriage House Community Table works because of our volunteers. Over 300 volunteers give thousands of hours of service. While volunteering at The Carriage House Community Table is not always glamorous, it is often fun and fulfilling. If you would like to get involved with our community by volunteering your time, please let us know by e-mailing us at email@example.com or by calling us at (303) 442-8300.
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our services & our results
Our approach is to provide people with food and basic care, while also offering access to services that may improve their life circumstances. Our case manager sees more than 25 people per day and refers our clients to a variety of services through our own staff resources and partnerships with other local organizations.
2009: 712 clients received medical services
2008: 318 clients received medical services
2008: 388 clients received employment services
2009: 408 clients received employment services
2009: 468 clients received mental health services
2008: 125 clients received mental health services
Medical Assistance: A nurse from People’s Clinic visits the Carriage House twice a week to provide, check-ups, urgent care, and ﬂu shots. We also provide assistance for prescriptions and access to a volunteer-led acupuncture clinic.
Employment Services: We provide clients with the opportunity to use a computer, access to a voicemail account, an interview clothing closet, and oneon-one employment counseling.
Mental Health Services: We provide weekly outreach from the Mental Health Center four times per week to assess crisis situations, provide ongoing support, and refer clients to local mental health providers.
• 29% female, 71% male • 67% Caucasian, 11% African American, 10% Latino, 10% Native American • 25% are veterans • 60% are originally from Boulder County • 4% are families
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our services & our results
TOTAL NUMBER OF PEOPLE who had contact with The Carriage House Community Table
2009: 3,500 people had contact with CHCT
2009: 50,400 meals served
2008: 3,032 people had contact with CHCT
2009: 416 clients received addiction counseling 2008: 312 clients received addiction counseling
2009: 319 clients received legal & benefits counseling
2008: 36,000 meals served
2008: 124 clients received legal & benefits counseling
Addiction Counseling: Weekly recovery groups are open to all and facilitated by a certified addictions counselor (CAC III) who helps clients understand the nature of their addictions and the process of recovery.
Legal and Benefits Counseling: A volunteer legal professional provides assistance with replacing lost identification and helps clients to gain access to medical, veteran, and disability benefits to which they are entitled.
our partner oganizations
Food: Thanks to over 300 volunteers, we serve three nutritious meals five days a week throughout the year.
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Financial Summary 2009 The Carriage House Community Table
Where do our funds come from?
Revenues Foundations Benefactor Individuals City and County Grants Board Faith Community Businesses Interest and Other Total Revenue Received in 2009 $ 207,867 125,000 115,456 37,257 22,332 25,530 40,206 11,646 $ 585,294 % 36 21 20 6 4 4 7 2 100
The Carriage House Community Table received donations from over 600 individuals, 40 area businesses, 30 foundations, and 20 religious groups. We also receive money from the City of Boulder and Boulder County. Foundations Benefactor Individuals City and County Grants Board Faith Community Businesses
How are program funds spent?
Expenses Client Programs & Services Fundraising Administrative Total Expenses Reserve Funding Total Expenses and Funding Spent in 2009 $ 382,948 64,410 39,747 $ 487,105 98,189 $ 585,294
79% of our budget was spent providing direct client programs and services.
% 79 13 8
Client Programs & Services
How has our program grown?
We have grown by over 45% per year since 2005, dramatically increasing client programs and services.
The Carriage House Community Table Total Contributions
Note: Carriage House and Community Table merged in May, 2008. All figures reflect financial activity of the combined organizations.
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$20,000 and over
Boulder County Daniels Fund Denver Foundation McCormick Tribune Foundation Bobby Pelz and Erna Maj The Colorado Health Foundation
$500 - $999
$5,000 - $19,999
A.V. Hunter Trust Anschutz Family Foundation City of Boulder Covidien Disabled American Veterans EFS Program United Way El Pomar Foundation John Horner Tom & Cheryl Nelson Rocky Mountain Ultimate The Community Foundation - Social Venture Partners The Community Foundation - Trust Fund The Kirk Foundation Mary Williams Fine Arts
$1,000 - $4,999
April Fund Peter Bakwin Baltimore Community Foundation - Howard P. Colhoun Family Fund Barbara Bennett Boulder Friends Meeting Cisco Collins Trust Cornerstone Church of Boulder Valley Marilyn Cowgill Dawson School Janet Eden-Harris First Baptist Church of Boulder First Congregational Church First Presbyterian Church Gannett Foundation Ken Goldman Paul Harris Valerie Anderson & Lester Houtz Janet A. Jackson JJJ Foundation, Inc. Renae Kofford Stan & Lois Kruschwitz Shaun & Sarah Labarre Franklin P. Medford NAMI Boulder County Craig & Heather Neugeboren Origins Community Presbyterian Deacons Fund Qualcomm Inc. Rancho Santa Fe Foundation - Sapp Family Fund Red Empress Foundation James & Judith Rhoads Adam Sak & Jane Snyder-Sak St John’s Foundation St. John’s Episcopal Church Sterling Rice Group Charles Thabault The Colorado Episcopal Foundation The Community Foundation The Community Foundation - Eberspacher Family Fund The Community Foundation - Sunshine Fund The McGraw Hill Companies The Rotary Club of Boulder-Flatirons David Treadwell William & Jan Treadwell Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church Jeffrey & Susan Wallace Webroot Software, Inc. Bertie Wetzler David Williard
Gary Anderson Benchmark Strategy Group Bombay Bistro Colorado Capital Bank George Epp & Kenda Peterson Foundation Financial, Inc. Richard & Breida Geesaman Stanley & Lucia Gill Google Matching Gifts Program Trudy and Scott Gygi Joan Heard John Hess L. Jim Johnson, Pamela J. & Timothy Kane David McMillen Harold & Pamela Medina Mount Calvary Lutheran Church Poplar Wellington, Inc. Rita & Norman Riis Philip Robertson Will Rutledge Jeanne & Jerry Ryan The Ryan-Davidson Team Alfred & Becky Sawatzky Robin Sharp St. Andrew Presbyterian Church Porter and Gail Storey Nicholas & Lillian Sutcliffe The Momentum Trust Jeanne Utlaut Betty Woon David & Marcia Wyatt Xander, Inc.
James & Janice Short Michael Sinkus, Jr. Jane Sovndal Kala Spangler Steven Spearman Susan Stephens Richard Sterling Angela M. Tennant John Truhlar Jack Walker Lauren Walter Dorothy & William Watson Margaret & Andrea Watson Ann Weickmann Susan Weston-Frey & Rex Burns Susan White Maribel Williams Rosemary Wrzos Autumn Zegel
$100 - $249
$250 - $499
Richard & Mary Baggott Claudia Batten Boulder Aquatic Masters David Brode Michael & Nancy Burgermeister Sharon Burke Jeff Cohen Christine & David Correa Doorways for the Disabled Gift Fund Silvine & R.S. Farnell FBS, Inc. Wright Products First United Methodist Church Soto & Diane Flouris Erin & Gustin Fox-Smith Don & Bea French Sparrow Gabriel Kelli Gloyd Doris Gray Judith & Gregory Greenan Mark Jaffee Richard Johnson William & Martha Jones Susannah Jordan Connie & Jason Kapp Cynthia Lawrence William & Susan Marine Dean McMurry Andy McNutt Momentum Fund Mountain View United Methodist Church John & Lisa Murray Neale & Marilyn Murray George & Martha Oetzel Martha & Neil Palmer Kathryn Pelz-Davis George & Joan Peters Wayne & Jeannie Plakmeyer Arthur & Maria Richmond Rudi’s Organic Bakery Edward & Carmen Ruestow R.L. Ruestow Daniel & Susan Scheeres
Joan & Richard Acker Dolores Afainer Leslie Allen & Jamie Brache Thomas & LaVerne Anderson Andrew Antell Thomas Angerer Patrick & Jamie Archambeau Lawrence & Rosemary Arp Art Cleaners, Inc Neil Ashby & Marcia Geissinger A. & S. Geissinger Connie & Brent Balazs Dave & Sue Barnett Kevin Barrett & Tracy Picon Joe Bauers Lorraine Baynton Susan Becker William Benjamin Michael & Janet Billings Karen Ann Bird Peter & Suzanne Birkeland Jill Blandford Frank & Jo Anne Bogart John & Lynn Bollinger Boulder Area Realtor Assoc. Donald & Barbara Burt Canyon Lake Holding, LLC Dan & Sharyn Carson Doug Caven Thomas H. & Eleanor P. Chalmers Steven & Kieu Chapot Fred Chesney Toni Coffee William & Sara-Jane Cohen Richard & Judith Collins Ruth Collins Community United Church of Christ Jonathan & Laura Corbet Dan & Sharyn Corson Lee Cortelyou James & Kathleen Cortelyou Karen Cox Raymond & E. Jean Crowder Stuart Cummings Marci & Joseph Cunningham Laurence Danielson M. Glennell Danielson Scott & Elizabeth Danielson Lino Danielson Lisa & Corbin Danielson Gordon & Katherine Day Carmin DeCiantis Kathleen DeWitt Laura Diede Peter Dierks Charles & Jean Dinwiddie Bob Donez Preston & Caroline Douglas
Terri D. Douglas Christine Elkins Robert Fauver David Feasby John Feder Ethelwyn Fellinger Morgan Ferguson First Christian Church First Colorado Title Co, LLC. Nan Fogel Graeme Forbes Kerri Franches Warren Frebel Linda Fredericks Michael & Carolyn Freece Timothy & Carol Fries Carol Fruth Carolyn J. Gard Dean Garyet Mary Gere Sandra & John Gilfillan Donal & Carol Glen Golden West Council M. Goldman Michael & Anita Gonzales Pamela Goodel Bruce Gottlieb Allan & Joan Graham Mark & Melissa Grylicki Robert Guthrie Janice & Stuart Gygi Lauralee & Robert Hadaway David Hahn Barbara Halpin William & Gina Hander Kurt Hans Barbara Hanst Nancy Harding Timothy & Karen Hartman Shahid Hassan Deborrah Hayes Thomas Healy Josephine & Rollie Heath Paul Heffron John Helton Dwight High Marty & Ellen Hine Boyd & Heidi Hoback Russell & Mary Holecek Leoni Hope Hotel Boulderado Carleton Howard Arthur Howe Brent Hultman John & Mary Humke Irfan & Martha Hussain Injoy Productions, Inc. Ivy Rebekah Lodge #51 Brian & Nancy Johnson Linda Johnson Jozwiak & Blecher Georgene Keeler William and Gayle King Stuard & Lauren Kingsberry Shawna Kinkead James & Ruth Kinkead Colleen Knopinski Bonnie & Lee Knuti Peggy Kraft Carolyn Kuban Gregory & Susan Larson Lee Ann Lathrop Suzanne & Burton Lee Warren Leggate Eugene & Sheri Levine Shari Leyshon Barbara Long & Patrick Bird Michael Madden Keith & Annette Mainland Christopher Malore (donors continued on next page)
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$100 - $249 (cont.)
Michael Martin Kevin & Karen Martindale Martha L. Maxwell Denise & John McCorvie Hunter & Janet McDaniel David Mcguire & Kathie Joynes Michael McMannis Allen & Kathleen Meyer Missy & Woodson Minor Nina Molinaro William & Barbara Moss Shinichiro Nakamura Darrell & Karen Nordstrom Betsy Nunley Grace Pascoff Peter Pascoff Laura Patrick Linda Pecone Tina Pernosky Steven Peterson Christine Quenroe Karen & Paul Quenroe Rags to Riches, LLC Jyotsna Raj Jacqueline & Rex Rea Paul Roach Virginia Robbins David Robinson Steve Rohrbach Lynn & Alvin Rosen Katleen & Barry Rosenberg Martha Rosner Kenneth & Jenine Rubin James & Sylvia Ryland Saint Paul United Methodist Church Robert Sancetta Save Home Heat Barbara & Robert Schnurr Jeannie Schuman Daniel & Patricia Shea Thomas & Wynee Simpson Karen Smith Steven & Joyce Smith South Broadway Church of the Nazarene Lisa Spalding S. & D. Spearman Spirit Music, Inc. Edmund Spivack & Mary Kathleen Ernst Katharina Spurling-Kafel St. Aidan’s Episcopal Church St. Ambrose Episcopal Church St. Martin de Porres Phillip Steers Joyce Stockdill Stewart & Lynn Strickler Joe & Sue Taddeucci P. Talley & P. Simonson Daniel & Diane Chasey Thorntun Karen Vance & Jim Cordell Emily Verplanck Judith Warner Missy Watson Wayland Sandra Weeks Tom Weeks and Lisa Bryant Hollace Westfeldt F.D. Wilkins Jonathan & Hayden Wilkins Terrol & Lindsay Winsor Judith Wise Linda Wood Arthur Wouk Julia Wrapp
$1 - $99
Lois Abbott Stan Adamson Ellen Aiken Richard & Alma Alber David Alderman Jude Allen Julie Anderson Gaynel Andrusko Elizabeth Antrim Kathleen Argenta Kathleen & William Ashworth Rex & Annis Askew Patricia Audet Jack & Clara Baird Warren & Jean Barker John Barry Frederick Barth Jan Baulsir Andra Beach Heather Beadle Kelly Beard Peter Behrens & Jana Zimmerman Jodee Bennett K.A.Bertness Sama Blackwell Betty Blanchard Laura Bloom Inke Borret & Paul Madden Patricia Bowen Candace Brad Doris Braden Judy & James Brantz Joyce Brassem Joan Brett Muriel M. Briggs Ellen Brock M. Alan Brown Evanne Browne & Thomas Prugh Lobelia Buckner C. & R. Bullion Raymond Cachara Calvary Bible Church Don Campbell, Inc. Rosemary Campbell Minerva Canavan Caring Connection Daniel Clark Richard Sterling Clark Lynda Colesworthy Gary & Elaine Collins Florence Connally Chris Cook Robert & Kathleen Cook Charlotte Corbridge Greg Cortopassi Joseph & Priscilla Courtney Keith & Jeanne Crouch Patty Dance Mary Ann & Thomas Dangelo Jeris Danielson Deborah & Jeffrey Davies Michael Davison Jaird De Raismes Deborah-Rebekah Group of FCC P. Brad DeCessna Carol Delockroy Christine & Leonard Dinegar Disciple Women Divine Guidance Press LLC Emma Jane Dosser Jamie Downing Thomas & Carol Dozier Mary Alice & Michael Driver Dennis & Carol Duffy Joy Eckstine
Mary Edwards John & Fran Eichenauer Steven Ellis Energize LLC Bruce & MaryAnn Enstad Judith Epstein Paula Erez Rita Famiglietti Fast Ideas LLC First Baptist Church - Louisville John & Diane Fleagle Howard Flug June Follett Marie Frame Michelle Fredson David & Natalie Fulker Carol Ann Fulker M. A. Garney Wendy Gaylord Priscilla Gifford Janet Gilland Craig & Kyna Glover Marilyn Goodrich Jean Gore Mary Gorman & Paul Fuller Wiebe Gortmaker Mark Govett & Lynn Buhlig Grace Lutheran Church Martin Gravel Crystal Gray Diane Green & David Green Mary Ann & David Guilinger Jeanie Hale Sabah & Haley Halperin Robert Hampton Karen Hannahoe Brian Hansen Robert & Catherine Harada Barrie & Mary Hartman Kerry Hassler Geraldine Hauser HdR Translation and Editing Services George & Jean Hearne Scott Hebert Heitman, David & Deborah Bruce & Ruth Henderson Lawrence Herrera William Herzog High Way Community Church Patricia Hogan Sandra Holland Robert & Eileen Hunnes Golda Jaspers Jo Ann Jeslyn Lisa Jones Jul Perkins Bruce Kahn & Susan Litt Lisa & Dale Kamibayashi Marilyn Karr Amy Kellum Anita Kelly Joanne & Alan Kelly Allison Kent-Smith Deanne Ketterman Kirk Sarell Bridget Klauber & E.J. Meade Christopher Knud-Hansen James Koehler Susan Kohl Cathy Koziol Karel Kri Karen Krone Margaret & Jesse Kumin Linda La Brie Yolande Lafontaine Mark & Sherry LaGrone Patricia & R. Darrell Laham
Andrea Landin M.K. Lathrop Lisa Lawrence Brenda Leach Louise & James Leach Gerra & Bradford Lewis Megan Lewis Kathleen Love Luna Realty Christina Lundberg Anne Lystbaek Bruce MacKenzie Paul Madden Joyce Manzone Martin Print Services Grosjean Martin Lisa Ann Morzel Martha Mason Paul McClung & Andrea Anderson Frederick & Cheryl McLean John & Janet Meadows Roberta Metge Dhori Meyer Laura Michaelis Richard & Helen Mitchell Robert Mitchell & Catherine Gioff E.M. Moore Melvin & Geraldine Moore Steven & Stacey Moore Carol Moremen Majel Morgan Susan Mostow Peggy & Marsha Mussehl Kevin & Jennifer Natapow Sharon Nehls Ralph Nelson Nesheim Cleaning Services Inc. Judy Nogg Joan O’Connell Zoe Oggero Adam & Barbara Olds Sean Ortiz Verna Owens William Pape Doris Pascoff Terri Pecora Erica Penley William Perry & Diane Clymer Roger Phillips & Rosanna Ridings Barbara & Joseph Pickett John & Carol Piirto Mary Ann Pinon Ted & Sophia Piper John Pollak Carol Poore Kyle Pyuen Mary Quinn Charles Quirk K. Radhakrishnan & Indira Mahalingham Ravenwood Visuals Nancy Raymond Red Pepper Kitchen & Bath William Scott Reichenberg John & Lynnette Reitz Kenneth Reynolds Richard Reynolds Andrea Rhodes Anitta Richard Renee Richker Judith Ann Richtel Barbara Rieger Margaret Risk Jeff Roaderick Dayna & Robert Roane June & Alan Roberts Letizia Roberts Leroy & Betty Robinson
T.A. & Lisa Rogowski Dave & Michelle Rosenberg Warren Rovetch Joanne Rowe Emily Rucker Carl Runner Joan Russell Lisa Sarasohn Kitty Sargent Elizabeth & Donald Saunders Sharon Sawyer Caroline Schaffer Don Schaffer Bennett Scharf Marjorie Anne Schey Jane Schleimer Victoria Schneller Ali Schultz Bruce Schwartz Ingrid & Dennis Shea Christopher & Elisabeth Shears Greg Sherwin D&J Smith Chris Squadra Charles and Janice Squier Matthias Steiner Emily Stevens Lynelle Stewart Alice Stowell Emilie Stowell R. & M. Strauch Timothy & Leah Sullivan Susan & Jack Bailey Trust Scott & Martha Swaggart Steven Taffet Mary Taylor & Jeffrey Custer The Community Foundation - Passthrough Fund The Seed Foundation Sarah Thompson John & Amy Thornbury Loyd & Barbara Timblin Stephen P. Tombleson John Tracy Thomas Trager Ronald & Adina Trostel Lisa Adeline Turner Ethel-Marie Underhill Amy Vandersall Edward & Mary Vejvoda Loren & Christine Vogenthaler L. & Langley Vosburgh Richard Waddell Gary Waggoner Robert Wagner William & Jean Wainwright Steven & Cynthia Wanner Ruth Warkentin Jerry & Cherylin Warren Elizabeth Weidman Ruth Weinberg Jerome & Naomi Weinstock Richard & Marianne Wendroff Richard & Kathryn Werner Debbi White Thomas & Barbara Wilberding James & Anna Wilkinson Lucille Wilkinson Marian Williams Ellen Willis Jennifer Wilson Kathleen Winegardner Sheila & Dan Winters Linda Lee & John Woods Helen Worden John & Barbara Zeiller Terry & Cynthia Zimmerman
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our in-kind donors
14th Street Bar & Grill 4580 Abo’s Pizza on the Hill Lauren Agett David Alderman Leslie Allen Donn Alspaugh Art Cleaners, Inc. Valerie Avila Robert Baker Laurie Baker Baker’s Piano Center Warren & Jean Barker Suzanne Barnes Claudia Batten Lawrence Bellas Barbara Bennett Big Red F Restaurant Group Blessings in Bloom Adam Bliwas Laura Bloom Blue Mountain Arts, Inc. Blue Parrot Restaurant Blue Poppy Enterprises, Inc. Lise Blumenthal Bombay Bistro Angela Borl & Mark Bottemiller Boulder Aquatic Masters Boulder Beer Company Boulder County Commissioners’ Office Boulder Philharmonic Boulder Pride Boulder Wine Merchant Boulderado Hotel, Inc. Chris Cook & Mary Bowles-Cook Evelyn Bradbury Evelyn Bradley Breadworks Katie Brent Kathleen Brewer Briar Rose B&B Larry Brittingham Brownie troup 3656 Jessica Burnett Dinsdale Burnt Toast Don Burt Missy Carrier Cartridge World Casa Alvarez Dan Catlin Cen Tex Supply Co Isra Chaker Changes In Latitude Travel Store Chipotle Christy’s Sports Tony Cockerham Judy Reid & Rick Collins Colorado Capital Bank Colorplay Vanessa Compton Regina & Macon Cowles Chris Craigo Steve Crowder Culinary School of the Rockies Christina Currie D&K Printing Laurie Dameron Mary Darlington Denver Boulder Couriers Anne Doyle Thomas Dozier Mary Alyce Driver Fran Dutro E-Town Earthwood Gallery Katie Edmunds Einstein Bagels Eldora Natural Spring Water Eldora Resort Scott England Essentiels Spa Maureen Ewing Ryan Faaland Olie Fadun Fair Winds Hot Air Balloon Flights Fiori Flowers First Congregational Church First United Methodist Church Tara Flanagan Ilene Flax Sylvia Free Roger Braden & Carolyn French Donald & Beatrice French Carol Fruth Sparrow Gabriel Gaiam Beth Gallovic Randy Ganter Mary Gilson GO Boulder Go-Lite Jon Goldfine Margery Goldman John Gray Judith & Gregory Greenan Jean Gyder Gypsy Jewel Gordon Harrison Josie Heath Heatherwood Elementary - 4th grade HELP Portrait Project Sally & Harry Hempy Susan Hickey Suzanne Hillas Liz & Jon Hinebauch Historic Boulder Hogen & Hartson Lauren Holm Homeless Gear Hoshi Motors Hospice Care Milton Huffaker Mary Ellen & John Humke Elizabeth Hunter Jesse Hutchens Dita Hutchinson Hydrant Ice Box Bakery Indulge Bakery Tracey Ingold Insight Designs Web Solutions, LLC Mason Israel Janet Jackson Barbara & Jim Johnson Chris Johnston Dale & Lisa Kamibayashi Annamaria Karacson Noah Karp Elizabeth & Bill Kauffman Joanne & Alan Kelly Bonnie Knuti Elinor & David Koslow Antonio Laudisio Judith Lavazzi Rachel Leber Leenie’s Southern Café Left Paw Pantry Catherine Lentine Sheri & Eugene Levine Shari Leyshon Lifetime Massage & Zaftig Bodyworks Daniel Lim Liquor Mart Donna Lord Winter Katie Lorden Peter Lyon Teri Lyshorn Macy’s Ernie Madrid John Mandis Jennie March-Aleu Karen Mastran Rebecca Maxon Catie McDowell Patty McGill Scott & Shanti Medina Mark Meier Mesa Elementary - 1st grade Wendy Miburr Michelle Miller Missy Minor Minturn Saloon Momentum Sharon Monroe Mosaic Architects Anne Munch Munson Farms Murphy’s South Steve Murray Ann Mutaw Tom & Cheryl Nelson Nepal Cuisine Tai Njio Northeast Seafood NSO Press Judy Oberer Old Louisville Inn Oliv You & Me Victoria Olson Ellen Orleans Outlast Technologies Louise Padden Pasta Jay’s Robert Jr & Erna Maj Pelz Jana Petersen Nicholas Peterson Susan Pfretzschner Mary Piece Pinocchios Pioneer Inn Mary Pooley Tim Pospahala Puddle Car Wash Rags Consignments Deb Raudins Claudie Reimer Susan Reznik Bruce Ricketts Claudia Riemer Chris Rivera Becky Roser Christopher Roser RSVP Gerald Ruben Rudi’s Organic Bakery, Inc. Shauna Rushing Eric Rutherford S. Broadway Church of the Nazarene Sacred Heart of Jesus School & Parish Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence Jane Snyder-Sak & Adam Sak Gail Sandford Karen Sandvold Saxy Café Kelcy Schamehorn Kaylie Schantz Anna Schoettle Robert Schwer Kim Scott Seattle’s Best Shamane’s Bakery John Shaw Nancy & Sam Shaw Lisa Shearer Cooper Barb Shields Sue Shoof Carol Simonson Lilavati Sinclair Diana Smadbeen Dave Smith South Side Walnut Café Kala Spangler Rich Spratley Kathy & Chris Squadra St. John’s Episcopal Church St. Louis Catholic School St. Thomas Food Bank Starbucks Sarina Steinbarth Susan Stephens Sts. Peter & Paul Greek Orthodox Church Sturtz & Copeland Superior Liquor Market Lillian & Nicholas Sutcliffe Sweet Letter Press Robert Tacchino Sue & Joe Taddeucci Anne Tanner Tea & Cakes ten20 The Community Foundation The Rotary Club of Boulder Flatirons The Ryan-Davidson Team - Prudential The Sink William & Jan Treadwell Tresca Hair Saloon Ben Trieb Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church Turley’s Linda Tyler Unseen Bean Karen Vance Amy Vandersall Vic’s Espresso Waddell & Reed, Inc. Walgreens Jack Walker Walnut Café Peggy Warren Peter Watson Margaret & Andrea Watson Elizabeth Weidman Western Disposal Shirley Whiteley Sue Whitkin Juliet Whitman Whole Body Balance Tom Wilberding Myra & Dale Willard David Williard Michele Windsor Sue Witkin Betty Woon Your English School Zoe Zimmerman Zing Hair Salon Kristin Zompa
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Our mission is to provide a safe, supportive community for Boulder's homeless and working poor. We are committed to addressing their survival needs and to providing services that lead to healing, employment, and housing.
The Carriage House Community Table Board, February 2009
How to Give The work that we do at The Carriage House Community Table depends entirely on the generosity of supporters like you. The Carriage House Community Table is a registered 501 (c)(3) public charity supported by private foundations, corporations, government grants, and individuals. Gifts to The Carriage House Community Table are fully deductible to the extent of the law. We are committed to keeping our costs low to get as much money as possible to the people that we serve. SUPPORT US by making a gift of cash or stock, or by putting The Carriage House Community Table in your will or long-term financial plans. VOLUNTEER at The Carriage House Community Table. We need three crews of servers five days a week to meet our demand. We also have a need for administrative help, data processing, and computer maintenance. DONATE food, sleeping bags, clothing, and other items to The Carriage House Community Table. There is always a list of needed items online at www.bouldercarriagehouse.org SPREAD THE WORD about The Carriage House Community Table to friends, family, and colleagues who might be interested in the work that we do.
The Carriage House Community Table
Post Office Box 626, Boulder, CO 80306 • 303-442-8300