The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the Universal Christian Church.
Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.
The Salvation Army State Headquarters 147 Berkeley Street, Boston, MA 02116 Telephone: 617/542-5420 www.salvationarmy-ma.org
THE MASSACHUSETTS SALVATION ARMY’S 2004 VICTORY REPORT
The Salvation Army delivered more than 3 million acts of compassion in Massachusetts in 2004.
When someone is touched by the spirit of The Salvation Army, an extraordinary thing happens. It stays with them. It forms a bond stronger than stone — one that cannot be broken. It becomes a ray of hope, guiding them throughout life. No matter how far the journey, or how diﬃcult the road,The Salvation Army will be there.That’s part of our devotion to those we serve, and our simple promise that no one has to walk alone.
How do you measure success? The amount of a paycheck? The length of your job title? The size of your house? At The Salvation Army, we measure success not in dollars or career status, but in the effectiveness of our work. Watching a young girl take hold of her life. Helping a family make it on their own. Showing someone that their dreams can come true, no matter what the obstacles.We know we’ve done our jobs when in the end, these individuals turn around and pass their positive influence, their life story, their plan for success on to others. For many of the children, adults, families and communities that we serve, we are more than a red kettle or a thrift store.We are learning centers that set the foundation for success. After-school programs that help guide children on the right path. Rehabilitation programs that nurture in times of need.We’re there to encourage, to inspire, to build faith. Or simply to lend a gentle hand. And the best part about The Salvation Army — once you come in contact with us, your life will truly be changed forever. Throughout the following pages, you’ll see this sentiment come to life.We’ve used our famous shield — long a symbol of hope, faith, and compassion — to show that its influence stays with people throughout their entire lives. Without your generous and faithful support, none of this would be possible.That’s why we extend our deepest appreciation to you. Committed to changing lives,
Lt. Colonels Fred and Barbara Van Brunt Massachusetts State Commanders
BRIDGING THE GAP Along our journey through life, we may encounter obstacles and challenges that lead us down the wrong path. Luckily, for those of us at The Salvation Army, it’s not a matter of how far one strays from that path, but how we can successfully guide them back towards the right one. Our Bridging the Gap program allows us to do just that by giving first-time juvenile offenders the opportunity to wipe their records clean by completing our three-month course. This course teaches at-risk youth the life skills needed to succeed in today’s ever-changing world and provides a network of positive influence long after the course is completed. While program director Kellie Kelleher recognizes that the program can be difficult, the end result is quite empowering. “When they graduate from the program, they should have a better understanding of themselves and how their decisions can affect those around them.” Weekly lessons blend spiritual and community elements, and focus on a particular topic such as goals, education and building healthy relationships.Teens are shown how God and the Bible can have a place in their daily lives, as well as the importance of having a caring and supportive network. The best part is that the Bridging the Gap program doesn’t just help these teens overcome today’s obstacles, but that it prepares them for the road ahead.With lifelong encouragement, support, and even inspiration, their journey can be a success no matter where it takes them.
“You hear about how young kids are when they start going down the wrong path, and that could have easily been my two boys. Fortunately, we found the Bridging the Gap program, and it really changed their lives… I noticed a change in Sonny first. He had a really negative attitude towards things after his father died. One day I noticed that he seemed very happy, and was even smiling again. It wasn’t long before I saw the change in DJ, too. It made me so happy to see them changing, and I knew it was for the right reasons.”
— Carmen, whose sons DJ and Sonny participated in the Bridging the Gap program
ALIGHTTHAT SHINES,FOR ALLTOSEE
CAMP WONDERLAND Owned and operated by The Salvation Army since 1926 God can have a positive impact on their lives, all while building Much like the sun, an act of kindness can radiate warmth to all it touches.When something positive happens in our lives, strong friendships with other campers and their counselors. our first reaction is to share it with others.We want them to “I remember one of my counselors, Pete, was always there experience the same feelings of excitement and passion that for me, whether I needed someone to talk to, pray with, or we feel. As these feelings are spread from person to person, just hang out with,” says Jonathan, who attended the camp others are inspired to create their own kindness and pass it for four years. “It really meant a lot to me that he cared so on. Eventually, the light becomes too bright to ignore. much about me and the other kids.” It’s with this spirit that Camp Wonderland was created. More Positive role models like these set an example and inspire than a summer camp, it introduces children to the wonders of nature, the power of faith, and the strength of friendships. many to return the favor. Many campers—including Jonathan—become counselors. “My life has really been influenced by coming to Camp Wonderland. I just hope that Located on 110 acres in Sharon, MA, on Lake Massapoag, I’ll have the same kind of impact on other children that my Camp Wonderland is an overnight camp for children ages counselors had on me.” 6 to 12. During week-long sessions, campers take part in hikes, enjoy arts and crafts, swim in the lake, and learn how
“I really feel good about sending my kids to Camp Wonderland. I know that the staff is well trained and that my kids are safe.They really amaze me at how much they’ve learned when they come home, too. It’s not just a place where they can have fun but a place where the staff has an impact on the lives of these children. My kids have really been influenced by their counselors and learned from them.”
— Debbie, whose son and daughter attended Camp Wonderland
“I was hesitant to bring Paul here. I thought that low-cost day care would translate into low quality day care, but it doesn’t. Knowing that my children are being taught by caring and respected teachers means so much to me and to their future.”
— Nicole, whose son attends the Children’s Learning Center
THE CHILDREN’S LEARNING CENTER It's not the size of the work, but the power behind it.There's no better example of this than The Salvation Army's Children's Learning Center in Dorchester. Providing low-cost day care for more than 60 pre-school aged children, the Center allows us to touch the lives of some of the youngest members of our community. But at the Center, low-cost does not mean low quality. Each of the three classrooms is staffed with a licensed instructor who teaches lessons that encourage both academic and spiritual learning. “Unfortunately, many of the children that come here have a history of learning difficulties or abuse in the family, so we work with them and try to get them the help they need,” says Jeffrey Bailey, director of the Center. “At the Children's Learning Center, the kids always come first.” And it's not just the kids who benefit from the Center. Most of the families live within a five-minute radius of the Center, which allows the parents—many of whom are single mothers —to pursue career or educational endeavors of their own. Thanks to recent renovations, the 40-year-old facility received a much-needed face lift. Classrooms were completely renovated and updated, the library expanded, new energy efficient windows were installed, and the building received handicap accessible ramps and an elevator. These improvements have allowed the Center to carry on its message of education and personal growth for the children and families of Dorchester. Laurelia, whose son attended the Children’s Learning Center for two years, has seen the impact such a place can have firsthand. “The Center helped teach him that learning is fun, while developing his social skills with other children.They really gave him a strong foundation to build on, and it’s showing now that he’s older.”
WHENHOPE PREVAILS, ANYTHING ISPOSSIBLE
WORCESTER CORPS’ SALLY’S PLACE There are certain times when we all take the little things for granted: having a home, the support of loved ones, even nourishment. Unfortunately, many go without these essential elements. At The Salvation Army, our goal is to help satisfy some of these needs, and prove that with the right encouragement, anything is possible. And sometimes, that starts with something as simple as a good meal. The Worcester Corps’ “Sally’s Place” is a feeding program that provides breakfast and lunch, one of the few programs in the area to offer both meals.While the majority of those who stop by are homeless, they also serve several elderly and disabled people. In all, nearly 50,000 meals are served each year. The goal is to provide a nutritionally balanced meal each day, which often consists of muffins, cereal, and juice in the morning, and soup, sandwiches or chicken in the afternoon. “Without us serving these people, many of them would go through the day without eating a single meal,” says Captain Steven Lopes, Commanding Officer at the Worcester Salvation Army. Along with Sally’s Place, the Worcester Corps helps feed an additional 600 people each month thanks to a well-stocked food pantry. “We have a variety of perishable and non-perishable items that are distributed daily,” says Captain Lopes. For many families, without the extra help from The Salvation Army, they would not be able to make it on their own. According to Captain Lopes, “The Worcester Corps isn’t just about one program serving one need in the community.Whether you come to us to have lunch or are in need of groceries to get by, we want people to know that we are here to serve.”
“I’m a single mom with two young children. Just knowing that I can count on The Salvation Army each month for help allows me to provide other necessities for my kids. I couldn’t get by without their help.
— Carla, who has utilized the Worcester Corps food pantry for 10 years
“I’m very thankful that The Salvation Army offers this program for my mom. I think it has really helped keep her involved and connected to the people around her. It’s a wonderful thing to see and hear about all of the things they do here. It’s really helped her enjoy this stage of her life, and we’re all happy to enjoy it with her.”
— Brenda, whose mother Fernanda participates in the Plymouth Corps’ senior program
PLYMOUTH CORPS’ SENIOR PROGRAM The sign of a true friend is that no matter how far or winding the road becomes, they'll follow you to the end.This is also true for The Salvation Army.While we focus on creating solid foundations for children and young adults, we have not forgotten about those who've traveled the road ahead of us. Through our various Senior Programs across the Commonwealth,The Salvation Army can give something back to our seniors in the community and show them that age has nothing to do with living life to the fullest.
each other. “Without this program, many of them would have very little contact with other people their own age. It gives them something to get involved in and have fun with.” For many of the seniors who participate in these programs, The Salvation Army provides a welcome connection to others like themselves. And for some, it provides the right inspiration to travel a little bit farther down the road of life. “I feel very blessed to be living such a long life,” says 89-year old Fernanda. “Coming to this program really keeps me going. I enjoy seeing everyone and making new friendships with the people here.”
Programs often involve arts and crafts, games, even field trips. Captain Dan Brunelle of the Plymouth Salvation Army says that he is always fascinated by the life stories of the seniors and how much they share with
GARY L. COUNTRYMAN Chairman Emeritus Liberty Mutual Group Chair The Salvation Army’s State Board of Advisors JAMES M. WILSON Partner Boston Venture Management, Inc. Chair The Army Behind The Army Leadership Committee ANDY MILLS Vice Chairman Intego Solutions Vice Chair The Army Behind The Army Leadership Committee LOCKE OGENS Chair The Salvation Army’s Greater Boston Advisory Board Vice Chair The Army Behind The Army Leadership Committee
DAVID MASSAD Chairman Commerce Bank and Trust Company DANIEL MCDOUGALL Co-Founder McDougall & Duval JENIFER MCDOUGALL CHESTER MESSER Retired President KeySpan Energy Delivery of New England JOYCE MESSER HERBERT E. MORSE Retired Managing Partner KPMG Peat Marwick JONATHAN MOULTON Partner & Co-Chair Boston Business & Technology Piper Rudnick LLP JOHN W. MURRAY, JR. Investment Advisor Standish Mellon Asset Management, Co., LLC PAUL C. O’BRIEN President and CEO The O'Brien Group PAUL G. O’FRIEL, ESQ. MARK PAYTON Morgan Stanley DAVID B. PERINI Commissioner Division of Capital Asset Management, Commonwealth of Massachusetts RICHARD PERRY President CIPC Systems Inc. HOWARD PETERSON, JR. President Peterson Oil Service ROBERT PETRICCA President Petricca Industries, Inc.
How does one say thanks?
Here you will find The Army Behind The Army, A Giving Society for Changing Lives.These are the individuals and organizations whose unwavering devotion helped support our efforts in 2004. To everyone listed on the following pages, we extend our sincere appreciation. For it is you who help us develop our programs, run our centers and fill our summer camps with life.
JACK AGNEW Senior Council Manning, Selvage & Lee MICHAEL ANGELINI, ESQ. Chairman Bowditch & Dewey LLC F. GORHAM BRIGHAM, JR. Senior Vice President Citizens Bank of Massachusetts JEFFREY W. CAMERON Managing Director Legacy Partners Group WILLIAM V. CANTOR President E.C. Hilliard Corporation NANCY CARUSO Professor Emeritus Northeastern University DANIEL DENNIS, SR. Managing Partner Daniel Dennis & Company, LLP HARRY FERGUSON Staff Attorney Legal Assistance Corporation of Central Massachusetts MARGARET BOLES FITZGERALD Executive Vice President & Director of Community Relations Hill, Holliday, Connors, Cosmopulos, Inc. THOMAS J. FLATLEY President The Flatley Company NANCY HANNAFORD GREER Community Volunteer JOHN HAMILL Retired Chairman & CEO Sovereign Bank, New England Division GERALD HARDY President Hardy Doric Inc.
SHEILA HARDY Clerk of the Corporation Hardy Doric Inc. COLBY HEWITT, JR. Director The Pioneer Institute DAVID W. HOFFMAN Retired Vice President & Director of Corporate Affairs Liberty Mutual Group ROBERT HOWIE, JR. Senior Vice President Balanced Scorecard Collaborative Inc. CARL HYAM President Chandlersrow JOAN HYDE CEO Hearthstone ALLAN JONES Real Estate Developer PATSY KANE Taché Real Estate JAMES B. KEEGAN Director Citizens Bank of Massachusetts CHARLES LARKIN General Partner Webster Capital LISA LARKIN Public Relations Consultant ANDREW J. LEY Attorney Jager, Smith P.C. NICHOLAS A. LOPARDO Chairman and CEO Susquehanna Capital Management CALEB LORING, JR. Retired Chief Legal Counsel Fidelity Investments CALEB LORING, III Private Trustee Essex Street Associates KATHLEEN MACLAREN Managing Partner MacLaren Advisors LLC ALLISTER MACLEOD Emergency Services Deputy Director The Salvation Army
KEVIN PETROSINO CPA Shareholder TOFIAS Accountants & Consultants THOMAS PHILLIPS Retired Chairman and CEO Raytheon Company VINCENT D. PLOURDE Vice President, Provider Services Division Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts RICHARD N. ROSENFELD JOE SALOIS President Atlas Distribution, Inc. ANN SARGENT Retired Hotel Executive WILLIAM E. SHEA Retired President & Director Ames Safety Envelope Company DARRELL SHEDD President Plumbing, Heating & Re-bath CARL SMITH Consultant RANDALL SMITH SHARON SMITH THOMAS ROYALL SMITH Attorney Jackson Lewis LLP JONATHAN STRONG, ESQ. Ropes and Gray/Private Client Group JULIE TACHÉ President/Owner Taché Real Estate DON B. TOBIN Vice President, Intellectual Property The Gillette Company ED TSOI Partner Tsoi/Kobus and Associates JOSEPH TULIMIERI Executive Director Cambridge Redevelopment Authority ROSEMARIE VAN CAMP Owner Rosemarie Van Camp Productions RICHARD C. WAKEFIELD Partner KPMG, LLP ANDREW WASYNCZUK Lecturer, Harvard Business School
And because of this, it is you who make it possible for the passion of The Salvation Army to carry on. General funds plus special designated gifts shown as indicated:
T A B T A
The Army Behind the Army A Giving Society for Changing Lives
* Capital Gift
† Planned Gift
Mr. & Mrs. Richard W. May Mellon New England David and Locke Ogens Karen A. O’Rourke Mrs. Gladys Pike Mrs. Priscilla Robertson Mr. Francis V. Shirley Mrs. Kristin E. Stromert † Mrs. Jean L. Hadley Haffenreffer Family Fund † Mr. Victor L. Harriott * Ernest & Mary Louise Henderson Henry & Joan T. Wheeler Charitable Foundation † Forrest & Constance Hodgdon IBM Employee Services Center Leif and Carol Jacobsen Janet G. Elliott Trust Mr. & Mrs. Ross M. Jones John A. Kaneb * Mr. & Mrs. Barry Kay † Mrs. Barbara E. Lawson 9 Anonymous Gifts Mr. Carl H. Allen † Rose-Mary Luizzo Allmerica Financial Corp. Mrs. Marie G. MacGregor † Mr. Daniel F. MacKillop Mr. David Altshuler & Dr. Sharman Altshuler Peter & Susan Maguire † F.S. Marno Blue Cross Blue Shield Boston Industrial Home/Union Rescue Mr. Ernest R. Matthes, Jr. Mr. Roswell Brayton, Sr. L. McDonough † Miss Mary E. Murtagh Mrs. Aborn Breed John & Eleanor Brooks † Paul & Sandra Myrick Mr. J. Keith Butters NED Corp. Jerome & Anne Chase New England Patriots Foundation Mrs. Helen S. Choate * NSTAR Foundation James & Merith Cole Ms. Valerie A. O’Connell Mrs. Gladys Copeland Mr. Mark O’Friel Copeland Family Foundation Paul & Phyllis Fireman Charitable Mr. & Mrs. Gary L. Countryman Foundation Mrs. Elizabeth N. Crane Remillard Family Foundation Miss Mary L. Doherty † Arthur & Sybil Roberts Mr. Andrew Donovan † Mr. Ray M. Sargent Mr. & Mrs. Herbert Emilson Sawyer Charitable Foundation Shirley and Richard Fennell † Ms. Janet Seaton † Mr. Conrad Shumway Form Roll Die Corp. Gardiner Howland Shaw Foundation Stratford Foundation Mrs. Nancie-Ann Godwin The Svrluga Foundation Mrs. Louise Goni
GENERAL $100,000 & above
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3 Anonymous Gifts Citizens Bank Foundation The Flatley Company Mr. & Mrs. John B. Green Mr. Richard B. Harris Mr. & Mrs. Robert Jones Mr. Caleb Loring, Jr. Lynch Foundation Sherman Fairchild Foundation, Inc. Mr. Clark Smith State Street Corporation Mr. & Mrs. Bayard Underwood Mr. & Mrs. James Wilson
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MAJOR $10,000 – $24,999
COLONEL $50,000 – $99,999
† * * † * 3 Anonymous Gifts Mrs. Eleanor Becker Ellison Foundation Mabel Louise Riley Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Mills Mr. & Mrs. Thomas L. Phillips Helen & William Richardson Richard & Susan Smith Family Foundation
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6 Anonymous Gifts † Janet Simpson Benvenuti † David and Jean Blair Keyspan Foundation
LIEUTENANT COLONEL $25,000 – $49,999
Indicates 2004 Massachusetts State Board of Advisors.
The George & Sybil Fuller Foundation John Hancock Life Insurance Co. Ultimate Parking, Inc. Rita J. Jones Wellesley Kiwanis Project Fund, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Albert J. Kaneb † Mr. Stanton Whitman Kathleen & Richard Norman Fund † Mr. Frank Winchoba † Mr. & Mrs. Paul E. Kehoe Dr. & Mrs. John L. Zabriskie, Jr. Mr. Ross Kelly KPMG Peat Marwick LLP David and Irene Kuter Peter & Connie Lacaillade † Mr. Roy Laible Andrew J. Ley & Carol Searle 3 Anonymous Gifts Liberty Mutual Group † Mrs. Sheila Livermore Adelaide Breed Bayrd Foundation Ms. Barbara F. Anderson George and Ilse Lohrer Mr. Robert Annand, Sr. † Mrs. Tacie C. Mann † Mrs. Clara A. Baird Mrs. Donald E. Marcus † Majors Charles and Doris Baker † Mrs. Maria Vitti-Martin Beacon Sales Company Mr. Roland A. Mason * Mrs. Jennifer K. Bemis Mr. Richard K. Mattson, Jr. † Ann & Reuben Bigelow † Mr. Walter P. Matulis Mrs. Jonathan Bozbeckian Ms. Ella Melville William A. Brown Chester & Joyce Messer II Mr. Paul Caggiano Mr. William J. Midon * Cambridge Trust Company * Mr. Herbert E. Morse † Mrs. Helen W. Campbell National Grid USA Service Co., Inc. Ms. Iris H. Cannata Mr. & Mrs. Richard A. Norman Ms. Barbara Carter Orchard Foundation † Alphonse P. Chiappisi Mrs. Joyce Patten Commerce Bank Lovett and Ruth Peters Community Foundation of Ms. Rosalind Picard Western MA, Arthur H. Petlock Fund Ron and Vicki Reder † Mrs. Lena Rezendes Mrs. William H. Congleton † Ms. Merion Ritter Mr. Glenn F. Cooper † Mr. & Mrs. Emerson Rodgers Mr. Richard N. Rosenfeld The Salvation Army Russelectric Inc. provided more than 112,000 Mr. Kenneth Russell character-building sessions † Majors Phil & Karen Satterlee for children and youth in 2004. Mr. Parkman Shaw Alfred Slauenwhite Jon A. Dame Standish Mellon Asset Management, LLC Dana P. & Maude E. Simpson Ms. Melita M. Teichert Memorial Fund Ms. Roberta Thal * Dedham Home The Solutions, Inc. DeMatteo Management, Inc. † Mr. & Mrs. Russell L. Tupper II Uxbridge Church of the * Daniel & Mary Dennis Elizabeth R. Doria Nazarene N.Y. I. † Edward & Linda Doyle Vanguard Charitable Endowment Mr. James E. Duffy Program Kathleen M. Fennell Ms. Jeanne S. Wadleigh † Dr. & Mrs. Robert Ferguson * Richard and Mary Wakefield Fruehauf Foundation Martin L. B. Walter † Mr. & Mrs. Jon H. Wetz Giner, Inc. Gladys M. Green Ms. Janice Wilkins Ms. Emily Haggman Kim Williams and Trevor Miller † Mr. Lewis C. Hanscom Winchester Cooperative Bank † Mr. Joseph P. Hayes Worcester Ice Cats † Mr. Alfred Hoose † Mrs. Judith Wyatt Mr. G. Michael Hostage Xeric Foundation John Hull † Mrs. Virginia Iannella JacBel Foundation
CAPTAIN $5,000 – $9,999
4 Anonymous Gifts Ms. Margaret M. Abbott Mr. & Mrs. John Abele Mr. Michael Abodeely Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Abrams AC Technology Corporation Mr. Gary Adams Joan Adams AEW Capital Management, L.P. C. Coe Agee & Beverly J. Morrison Mr. & Mrs. Virgil J. Aiello Alan & Kindra Alaimo Mr. & Mrs. Paul Albiani Ms. Michele L. Aldrich Aliquot Foundation Mr. Maurice Alley Graham & Elizabeth Allison Robert C. Almond Altria Employee Involvement Programs Sam & Nancy Altschuler American Lithuanian Citizens Club Ames Safety Envelope Co. Ms. Cheryl C. Anderson Mr. & Mrs. K. Anderson Mark and Sharon Anderson Mr. Michael P. Angelini Flora E. D. Angio Anne & Paul Marcus Fund Mr. Jeffrey D. Antos Ms. Sonia Archer Mr. & Mrs. Robert G. Armknecht Martha and Alan Armstrong Arnold Worldwide, Inc. Arthur C. Ruge Charitable Trust Associated Hospital Service Miss Mary A. Astore Athol Congregational Church Audrey I. Stein Charitable Gift Fund Pauline Austin Sami S. and Roula Baghdady Elizabeth Baird Mr. Frederick Ballou Bank of America, N.A. Mrs. Barbara Banks Barnard Family Foundation Mr. Craig Barrows Ms. Carol F. Barry Mr. Alfred K. Bartlett Mrs. Cynthia L. Bartlett Mr. Christoph M. Baryluk William Baumer Barbara A. Bean David & Colleen Bean Mr. Jeffrey A. Bean Mrs. Marjorie Beeghly-Wasek Belmont Street Baptist Church Benfamil Charitable Trust George & Mimi Bennett Mr. & Mrs. James D. Bennett
LIEUTENANT $1,000 – $4,999
Joan Bentinck-Smith Mr. & Mrs. Donald E. Bentley Mr. Thomas R. Berka Mr. James J. Berriman Mr. John Bertucci Bethesda Lodge #30 I.O.O.F. Mrs. Barbara Beyea Mr. & Mrs. Walter W. Birge III Mr. Herbert L. Bishop Mrs. Thelma S. Blake Mr. Winslow F. Blake Mr. Roger Blanchette Mr. Robert Bloemer Bruce & Marcia Bogert Dr. & Mrs. Russell S. Boles, Jr.
Mr. Jeffrey L. Carlson David and Sheree Caron Mr. James Carroll Mr. Michael Carson Mr. & Mrs. William P. Carson Ms. Nancy Caruso Ms. Mary A. Catalano Mr. John A. Cataldo Bob Cavallaro George Chamberlain Chamberlain Family Trust Hollie Chamberlin Mr. Paul G. Chambers Paul and Grace Chase Chase Foundaton Mr. Willy Chewey Choate, Hall & Stewart 1,113 children attended Camp Robert M. Christiansen Wonderland,The Salvation Army’s CIIF Business Trust accredited overnight summer camp Citizens Trust Department for children aged 6-12 last year. Mr. William F. Clady III Mr. & Mrs. John S. Clapp, Jr. Boston Red Sox Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Floyd R. Clark Mr. Roger J. Bouchard Virginia Clark * Mr. Charley Boudreau Dave Clark Anthony & Elizabeth Bourassa Mr. James Claypool Elisabeth Boyle Mr. Donald J. Clifford Roger and Barbara Brandt Mrs. Susan Cline C. Breck cMarket Mr. & Mrs. Thomas M. Brendle Thomas D. Coe Mr. & Mrs. Richard M. Brien Christina & Tim Cohen Mr. & Mrs. Joseph C. Briere, Sr. Mr. & Mrs. Keith Colbath Mr. & Mrs. David A. Bristol Mr. George Coleman, Jr. Susan Britt Mr. & Mrs. David S. Collins David Bromilow Combined Jewish Philanthropy Mrs. Eleanor Brown Mr. Norman P. Comeau Mr. S. Brady Brown Commonwealth National Drilling LLC Mr. & Mrs. James Brown Computer Engineering & Research Inc. Brown Charitable Foundation Mrs. Grace R. Conway Mr. A. L. Bruneau, Jr. Ms. Maureen L. Cook Mr. James S. Buchanan Mr. Leo Corcoran Brad Bumpus Mr. Robert L. Cord Mr. & Mrs. Nelson S. Burbank Mr. Robert G. Cordes James L. Burke Mr. & Mrs. Barry N. Cornwall Mrs. Nancy F. Burrer A. Correia Mr. & Mrs. Albert Bursma, Jr. Corrigan Foundation Mr. John F. Butler Mr. Daniel Cotton Mr. Scott J. Butler Mr. & Mrs. Philippe J. Coueignoux Mr. & Mrs. William H. Butler Mr. Warren Covert C.I. Software Associates, Inc. Mrs. Cynthia W. Cox Mr. & Mrs. Paul C. Cabot, Jr. David & Janet Coyle Miss Gillian N. Callaghan Creighton Narada Foundation Sheila Callahan Butler Martha Croft Mr. James A. Cameron David D. Croll Jeffrey & Elizabeth Cameron William Cross Mr. David G. Cannistraro Keita & Judy Crouch Jeremey W. Cannon & Jane M. Dvorak Mr. Don Crowly William and Kristen Cantor Mr. Stephen W. Crump & Mrs. Susan Cape Ann Savings Bank Turiano Crump Wesley & Dianne Card * Cummings Foundation Mr. David Carey Mr. & Mrs. Christopher G. Cunniff Paolo Carfagnini Mr. John J. Cupak, Jr.
Mr. John T. Curley J. S. Curvey Mr. Robert L. Cushing Ms. C. Chapin Cutler D & R Products Co., Inc. Ms. Cynthia L. Dabrowski Mr. Marc Daigle Mr. Jon Dame Mr. Paul R. Damore Daniel E. Thornhill Charitable Remainder Trust Deborah Daniels Daratech, Inc. Mr. Donald Dargie Mr. & Mrs. Jeff David Dr. Frank F. Davidson, Jr. Barbara E. Davis Mr. Simon Davis Wayne Davis & C. Ann Merrifield Ms. Shirley M. Dearborn Mr. & Mrs. Hugh J. Deery Mr. & Mrs. Richard P. DeLio Deloitte Services LLP Ms. Jean E. Dennis Mr. Samuel H. Desch, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. David Dettinger Susan and Gary DiCamillo Ellen Dickau Mr. & Mrs. Mark O. Dietrich Mr. Louis DiMeo Dobbins Foundation Mrs. Lois P. Dodson Greg A. Dolan Mara E. Dole Dole and Bailey, Inc. Donna M. Dominguez & Peter Schlichting Edward & Theresa Donahue Mr. John Donohue Doran Family Foundation James M. Douglas 615 at-risk youths attended our Bridging the Gap programs across the state last year. Dowd Development Mr. & Mrs. Robert R. Downer Walter Downey Gary Drenzek DSF Advisors LLC Dubilo & Hill Group Mr. Norman Duffy Robert L. Duffy Mr. & Mrs. William E. Duggan Ms. Judith Dumont Majors William and Susan Dunigan Mr. & Mrs. Richard Duperey Mr. Roger H. Dupont Dorothy Durgin
Mr. Robert A. Duris Dr. Harold F. Dvorak Mr. Raymond J. Dwyer Ms. Cynthia Eades Eagle Financing Eagle Tribune Publishing Co. Eaton Foundation The Salvation Army served more than 1.2 million meals in 2004. Ms. Helen Edmondson Edwards Church Of Northampton Joseph & Marilyn Ellis Vivien Elmslie Mrs. M. Emery Ruth E. Emery * Mr. & Mrs. Edward English Ms. Elaine M. Epstein Ernest H. Augat Charitable Foundation Ms. Jill Ernst Ms. Barbara Evans Mr. Thomas G. Evans Ms. Jean M. Every Ms. Phyllis Fairchild Falmouth Toyota, Inc. Col. Stephen Farish Mr. Earl R. Farmer Joseph P. Faro Mr. & Mrs. Daniel F. Farrar Faytex Corp. Mr. & Mrs. John Fennelly Mrs. Fred Fickett Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift Mr. John R. Fierke Romek K. Figa Ms. Eleanor Finkelstein First Baptist Church of Worcester Dr. & Mrs. C. M. Fisher Kim Fisher Caroline Mitchell Fitzgibbons & Thomas S. Smith Mr. & Mrs. John Fitzpatrick Mr. Lewis Flagg Mr. Niles D. Flanders Ms. Nina Fletcher FM Global Foundation Mr. Andrew B. Forbes & Mrs. Jennifer Lewis Forbes Mr. Daniel B. Ford Mr. & Ms. Robert T. Forrester Fortelligent, Inc. Mr. Martin C. Foster Mr. Charles Foundyller Richard & Judith Fox The Fox Family Mr. Robert M. Francis Gregory & Janet Fraser Ms. Catherine Fratus Ms. Patrice Freel Mr. Frederick Freer Ms. Elissa L. Freud Thomas A. Froeschle Mr. Fryar Mr. Gilbert Fryklund Mr. Martin J. Fucio Mark Fuller Mr. Robert W. Gaetz Ms. Georgiana Gagnoix Mr. & Mrs. Scott Gagnon William Gajda Paul & Sandra Galetti Donald Gammons & Jean Andrews Mr. John D. Gannett, Jr. Ms. Paula S. Gannon Carol Garner Ms. Sandra Garraway L. W. Garrett Mr. & Mrs. Lee Garrison Mr. Leigh Gelser Geosearch, Inc. E. A. Gerber Gertrude & Edward Swartz Charitable Trust John F. Gibbons Edwin & Anne Gibson Mr. Richard Gibson Ms. Lyrel Gillette M. Gillos Mrs. Andre Girard Gleason Insurance Agency Mr. John C. Goding Dave & Stacey Goel Terrance Goguen Earl Gonyeu Dr. Bennett E. Gordon, Jr. Mr. Bruce Gordon Matthew and Laura Gordon Mr. & Mrs. Mark I. Gotobed Mr. Vaughn K. Grace Jacquelin F. Gracii Mr. & Mrs. John K. Grady Mr. Bruce Grant Ms. Iris Grant R. Jeremy Grantham In 2004,The Salvation Army provided more than 110,000 home-delivered grocery orders to people in need. Grantham, Mayo, Van Otterloo LLC Greater Berkshire Foundation, Inc. Greater Worcester Co. Mrs. John A. Greely Ms. Mary Greely Mr. Charles Greenman Greystone Engineering Corporation Mr. Andrew Gruber Richard Guinan Mr. & Mrs. Clifton S. Gustafson Mr. Jerry Guy GZA Geo Environmental, Inc. B. Haith Eldon & Grace Hall Ms. Jean A. Hallett Mr. & Mrs. Eric Hanson Mr. Robert J. Harding Mr. & Mrs. Paul J. Harrington Harvard University Harvey Industries, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Arthur L. Haskins III Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. Hathaway Mr. & Mrs. George N. Hatsopoulos Mr. & Mrs. Jerry A. Hausman Mr. Leland E. Hawkins Mrs. Barbara S. Hayes Hayes Oil Products Co. Mrs. Laura C. Headley Mr. Dustin F. Hecker Henry Luce Foundation Inc. Frank J. Herberg Mr. & Mrs. James J. Herlihy Mr. & Mrs. Leonard E. Herrett Mr. & Mrs. Colby Hewitt, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Coleman Hicks Attorney John P. Higgins Carla Errichiello-Hill Mr. Charles L. Hodge III C. G. Hoffman * Mr. & Mrs. David W. Hoffman Mr. & Mrs. Matthew Hogan Mr. Amor Hollingsworth Hollingsworth & Vose Co. Mr. Robert Hoopes Dr. & Mrs. Edwin H. Hopton Horizon Marine, Inc. Mr. Tim Horkings Howard W. Maxim Foundation Mr. Raymond J. Howe Ms. Virginia E. Howell Jolene J. Howell Mr. & Mrs. Robert L. Howie, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Guerard H. Howkins, Jr. Howland Family Foundation Mr. Charles M. Hoyt III Sarah Hungerford Mr. Joseph F. Hunt Ms. Jennifer M. Huntington Mr. & Mrs. Stephen G. Hurley Mr. William S. Hurley Mr. & Mrs. Carl Hyam Mr. Thomas Hynes Nicholas L. Iacuzio ICare Workplace Giving Program J. T. & M. H. Nelson Ms. Pauline A. Jacintho Stanley Jackson Mr. Laurence B. Jacobs Jacobs Family Charitable Trust Ann and William Jakielaszek Mr. James W. Jakobek Mr. Lance F. James Janis Research Company, Inc. William H. Jarvis Mr. & Mrs. Pliny Jewell III Joe DiGeronimo Charitable Fund John Messelaar Bulb Co. John Nagle Company Mr. Francis G. Johnson Mr. Gary Johnson Miss Patricia A. Johnson Allan and Maria Jones Mr. Dallas L. Jones, Jr. David Jones Dr. Robert L. Jones Mrs. Ruth P. Jones Mr. Al Joyce, Jr. Maureen Joyce JP Morgan Investments Ms. Jan M. Jurgelon The Salvation Army provided 73,516 families with direct case assistance last year. Mr. Frank Kachinski Donald Kahn Mr. & Mrs. Peter E. Kane Ms. Harriet Karkut Mr. & Mrs. Daniel M. Kasper John & Wilma Kassakian Mr. & Mrs. Robert F. Kearns Mr. John Kechagian Mr. & Mrs. Brian Keefe M. Keefe Ms. Helen L. Keeler Ms. Helen Keeter Ms. S. E. Keith Mr. Paul J. Kelley Mr. John Kellogg Ms. Nancy Kellogg Mr. & Mrs. James W. Kelly Mary E. Kelly R. C. Kemp Mr. John Kendzierski Anne Kent Kenwood Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Paul Kenyan Mr. Michael H. Kenyon Maged and Pamela Khalil Kevin J. Kiely, Esq. Laurel Kilbreck Tom & Leslee Kiley Mr. John H. Kimball, Jr. Richard & Donna Lynn King Mr. Allen R. Kirkpatrick Brian Knez Knight Trading Company * Mr. Andrew Knowland Mr. James T. Knowles Jeanette Koppehnan KPMG Community Involvement Program Mr. & Mrs. Charles A. Krahmer Alex and Julia Krapf Mr. Ronald Macinnis Daniel Krause Jr. Ms. Kathleen Williams MacLaren Suzanne A. Kreinsen Alison MacLaughlin Ms. Pauline F. Krull Al & Donna MacLeod Mr. John M. Kucharski Mr. John Magruder John & Kathleen Kuerten Mr. Joseph A. Maher Dr. Nobuko O. Kuhn Mr. William R. Maher Marjorie M. Kulash Mr. Robert P. Mailly Mr. & Mrs. Kip Kumler Mr. William R. Main L. Hardy Company Mr. & Mrs. Paul Mainville Mr. & Mrs. Robert G. Lachenauer Mr. Robert L. Malley Sandra J. LaMar Pamela A. Mallory-Ricker Mrs. Sally Lamb Mr. Mitchell Maloof Branch B. Lane Mansfield Bank Claire A. Lane Mr. & Mrs. Donald F. Marchant Bob and Lorna Laniak Raymond A. Marquis Miss Gertrude Lanman, Jr. Leo Marshall Charlie and Lisa Larkin Mr. Arthur Martin Mr. Niels O. Larsen Mrs. Joseph E. Martin Jr. Miss Therese Laverty Mr. Randall R. Martin Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Lawler Mr. Walker Martin Arthur C. Lawrence Martin's Pond Union Baptist Church Mr. Charles R. Lax Mary A. Crabtree Fund Mr. Hebert C. Lee MA Society for Aiding Discharged Mr. Lester Lee Prisoners Mr. Paul H. Lefevre James & Nancy Masterson Lehman Brothers, Inc. Mrs. Jean Mc Carthy Roger & Janet Lehrberg Mr. David McArdle Ms. Patricia Leighfield Mr. Robert J. McCaffery Mr. Tom Leighton Fergus McCann Keith Leininger & Karla Duprey Mr. Richard McCarthy Les Vants Aerial Photos Janet E. McChesney Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Leslie Ms. Rachel McCleary Mr. Henry R. Lewis William H. McClurg The Liberal Club Feast of Trinidade Mr. Josiah Lilly † Mr. & Mrs. Douglas McDaniel Chi Sun Lin * Daniel and Jenifer McDougall Lori McElroy Ms. Vickie E. Lindholm Mrs. Barbara McHugh Mr. Charles H. Linfield Julian and Nancy Litchman The Salvation Army provided James David Litster 183,103 overnight emergency Mr. John Lo Local 161 beds last year. Douglas & Rita Locker Ellen McIntyre Mr. & Mrs. Andrew R. Logie Edward McKenzie Loh Family Charitable Gift Fund Mr. David McLaughlin Mr. & Mrs. David C. Lohnes Donald E. and Mary G. McNamee Ms. Ruth L. Lohrer Mr. John McNear Ms. Christine Lojko Mr. Christopher McNeil Mr. & Mrs. Gaetano Lombardo Mr. Michael McTygue Mr. Caleb Loring III MDS Communications Corporation * Ms. Susan G. Loring Mr. Ronald S. Medeiros Ms. Priscilla Lowe Mr. Robert Menucci Mr. & Mrs. John Lowell Ms. Priscilla Mesick Ms. Carolyn T. Lucas Mr. Peter Meyer Lucy Sherman Charitable Foundation Mr. James W. Mier M.D. Mrs. Eleanor R. Ludcke Laura Miller Mr. Harold N. Lynch Mr. Richard L. Miller Mr. Daniel J. Lyne Millipore Foundation Mr.Yo-Yo Ma Mizpah - Faith Lodge Donald A. Mac Isaac Mrs. Richard M. Molloy Mr. & Mrs. G. Dana MacDonald Mr. & Mrs. William D. Mone
Mr. Stephen Mongeau & Ms. Janice Ruell Mr. Colin Moore Mr. Scott Gregory Moorhouse Mr. George Moossa Jennette Morgan Charles and Leigh Morgan Morgan Stanley Mr. Robert B. Morrison Robert K. Morrison Mr. Elden J. Morton Mr. Hugh M. Morton Mr. & Mrs. Michael S. Morton Mr. Jonathan M. Moulton Mr. Gerald R. Mueller Ms. Janet Mulhern James D. Mungovan Mrs. Dale Murphy Mr. Glen Murphy Mr. & Mrs. David W. Murray Mr. & Mrs. John W. Murray Mr. Steven Murray Jack & Ingeborg Myers Thomas Nagle Dr. Barbara P. Nash NEBS Paul Neelon Ms. Gail Nelson Mr. John Nelson New England Ropes, Inc. Cece Newman Mrs. Robert B. Newman Newsboys Reading Room Association Mr. & Mrs. David Nichols Ms. Helen D. Niconchuk Patricia A. Niconchuk Sandra C. Niconchuk Walter Nizinski E. Nolan Mr. & Mrs. Robert T. Noonan Mr. Charles P. Normandin Mr. Brian Norris Mr. & Mrs. Howard E. Norris, Jr. North Easton Savings Bank Ms. Melissa E. Norton Charles O’Berg Mr. Sean P. O’Brien The Salvation Army’s Emergency Disaster Services responded to 245 calls for service where they touched the lives of 14,104 people last year. Peter F. O’Connell Mr. Michael O’Friel Geraldine Ogilvy Mr. James O’Leary Lorna Oleck Mr. & Mrs. Richard Olsen Mr. Austin J. O’Malley Carol O’Neil Edward and Mary O’Neill Mr. Stephen J. O’Neill Online Computer Products Z. Opalka Ronald Opel Leonard & Julie Oreto Eugene Orosz Raymond Ouellette Mr. & Mrs. Tim R. Palmer Mr. Timothy Panagos Mr. Joseph T. Pappalardo Donald G. Pardus Park Street Church, Boston Carol S. Parks Mr. Lewis H. Parks Mr. Robert H. Parlee Mr. Arthur Patten Mrs. Joanne Patton Mr. & Mrs. E. L. Pattullo Paul C. & Virginia C. Cabot Charitable Trust J. Edward Pawlick Mr. Lester Peabody Mr. & Mrs. Richard P. Pelletier Mr. Richard Penney Joseph Perdicaro III Perkins Charitable Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Richard Perry Samuel M. Peters Frederic & Elaine Peterson Gregory D. Peterson & Karen Huntress Melanie Peterson Nicholas C. Petrucci Mr. Ellis L. Phillips Marion G. Phillips Mr. Paul Pizzi Mr. David Platt Jennifer A. Pline & Hans C. Oettgen Mr. & Mrs. Vincent Plourde Dr. & Mrs. John W. Poduska, Sr. Paul Polson Ms. Marie B. Popielarczyk Marc P. Poulin Mr. & Mrs. Edward J. Powers Michael S. Pradko Ms. Eleanor Prescod Ms. Patricia Profeta Mrs. Prunier Mr. Bob Puff Edward W. and Joanne Pyne Mr. & Mrs. James G. Pyne Ms. Mary R. Quinn Ms. Aurora Ramos & Ms. Debra Ann Russo Rampage Systems Mr. & Mrs. Leonard E. Rantz RBC Dain Rauscher Mr. William E. Rech Reebok Human Rights Foundation Dorothy E. Regan Mr. Geoffrey S. Rehnert William & Sandra Reinecke Mr. George Reiniche Revelli & Revelli Catherine and Douglas Reynolds Mr. Antone B. Rezendes Dr. Charles C. Richardson Frank Richardson John P. Riley Mr. John P. Riley Mr. Anthony L. Rinaldi Robert E. Allen Charitable Foundation Robert S. Kaplan Foundation Mr. Shion Robinson Mrs. Einar P. Robsham In 2004, more than 75,000 senior citizens attended our programs across the state. Patrick E. Roche Mrs. Lisa Roderick Mr. Thomas P. Rodger Victoria Roman Mr. William S. Ronca James F. Ross Mr. & Mrs. Ted Ross Rotary Club of Hamilton-Wenham Sarah Rothermel Dr. Todd K. Rowe Mr. Gerald Roy Mr. Richard M. Roy Mr. William R. Roycroft, Jr. Piper Rudnick David & Sandra Rullo Mr. Richard W. Russell Mr. Charles R. Ryan David Ryan David Ryer S. M. Sneider Company, Inc. Ms. Kimberlie Sachs Saint-Gobain Corporation Mr. Richard L. Sampson Ms. Laura L. Sanders Mike and Natalie Sanders Mr. Victor G. Sandle Jonathan P. Sauer Linda H. Saunders Mr. Paul R. Schmidt Thalassa A. Scholl Mrs. Leslie Schroeder Mr. Eric Schultz Frederick W. Schultz Schwab Fund for Charitable Giving William E. Scire Ms. Patricia G. Searle George & Brigitte Senkler Mr. Richard P. Sergel Peter Sergio ServiceNet Dietmar Seyferth West Seyon Mr. & Mrs. Herbert Shah Ms. Mary E. Shannon Shawmut Design and Construction * Bill & Elaine Shea Ms. Susan Gussenhoven Shea Mr. Thomas Shea Mr. Daniel H. Sheingold Mrs. William F. Shelley Mr. Thomas F. Shields Ms. Janet L. Shifflette Shurtleff Children’s Services, Inc. Teresa and Paul Silverman Mr. Charles Singer Benjamin F. Smith Mr. & Mrs. Carl Smith Mr. Dennis C. Smith Donald Smith Mrs. Janet Smith Joan Smith Ms. Judith A. Smith Mr. & Mrs. Philip J. Smith Mr. & Mrs. Randall Smith Mr. & Mrs. Raymond M. Smith III Robert A. Smith Mr. & Mrs. Robert F. Smith Sharon Smith Mr. Wayne E. Smith Constance Smithwood Mr. Nathan Sondrini Mr. & Mrs. Thomas P. Sorbo Anthony M. Sordillo Mr. & Mrs. Peter Sorgi A. Bonnie Sorterup David and Julia Soule Robert & S. Kimberley Spaner Dr. & Mrs. Dennis E. Speliotis Michael Spence Robert N. Speth T. R. Sprague Statewide, 52,712 people spent 295,219 hours volunteering with The Salvation Army last year. Ann M. Spruill Mr. Donald A. Squires St. Francis Episcopal Church Mr. Dennis A. Staats Mr. Deane H. Staples Mrs. Max J. Steinmann Mr. & Mrs. Campbell Steward Mr. & Mrs. Gil L. Steward, Jr. Ms. Margaret P. Stewart Mr. & Mrs. Thomas W. Stinson III Ms. Susan Stoddart & Mr. Christian Snook Dr. Bruce B. Stoler Mr. Albert Stone Stride Rite Jonathan and Sonja Strong Mr. Paul Strong Dr. Cedric J. Strong Mr. Jared W. Stubbs Charles Stuckey John & Edith Sturm Colin Sullivan Mr. John T. Sullivan Mr. & Mrs. Joseph J. Sullivan Mr. Timothy Sullivan Sullivan Family Mr. Peter Swift Mr. Norbert F. Sybertz Dr. William Sylvia * Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Taché and Family Mr. & Mrs. Richard & Cheryl Talbot Oon T. Tan Adrienne Tashjian Ben & Kate Taylor Brenda Tehranian Mrs. Norman B. Terhune John V. Terrey & Sarah Ford Terrey The Malcolm & Beth Fraser Foundation Ms. Joanne M. Thompson Mr. Ronald G. Thompson William G. Thorburn James Tierney Mr. & Mrs. E. Paul Tinsley Mr. & Mrs. Donal B. Tobin Mr. Maurice F. Tougas Mr. & Mrs. Gerard B. Townsend Tracy’s Auto Sales TRA-JO Corp. General Contractors Bob Traylor Mr. Michael A. Tribuna George & Pauline Troubetaris Mr. & Mrs. Greg D. Troxel Mrs. Joan I. Tschalaer * Mr. Joseph F. Tulimieri Jan Tuxbury Two Commandments Foundation Mr. Paul M. Twomey Tyngsboro Evangelical Congregational Church * Mr. Bengt A. Ulriksson George Unhoch George Unhoch, Jr. United Presbyterian Church George B. Upton Doug Urell Mr. & Mrs. Roger N. Urell Ms. Rosemarie Van Camp Mr. Scott Van Deusen Mr. & Mrs. Kent Van Zant Ronald J. Vanasse Vanderheiden Foundation Fund Howard & Carol Vibber Mr. & Mrs. Curtis Viebranz Mr. Alan Vilian Mr. Douglas T. Vincent Charles Volkstorf Mr. Kenneth Vona Mr. Jeptha H. Wade Ashford Wallace Wal-Mart Foundation Waltham Community Foundation Waltham Triad Lodge Andrew and Rebecca Wasynczuk Waters Corporation Watertown Savings Bank Mr. & Mrs. David E. Watts Watts Family Foundation at Bessemer George C. Weiffenbach Mr. & Mrs. David S. Weinberg Mr. Sidney J. Weinberg, Jr. Mr. Ralph M. Weischedel Mr. John Wells Robbie H. Werth & Stephen G. Werth Mr. Michael C. Whidden Mr. & Mrs. Robert Whitehead Henry and Donna Whittier Whole Foods Market Laird & Sandra Wiggin 25,119 people were assisted by The Salvation Army’s statewide network of service units last year. William John Vansant Foundation, Inc. Mr. Glenn R. Williams Mr. Michael Williams Mr. Scott M. Williams Wilmer, Cutler, Pickering, Hale & Dorr Miss Barbara Wilson Mrs. John O. Wilson Robert Winters Dean & Sally Wise Hilary Wodlinger Mr. & Mrs. Eric W. Wodlinger, Esq. Mr. Lawton D. Wolf Mr. William A. Woods, Jr. Mr. Charles E. Woodward Worcester Rotary Mr. William Wrean Benjamin & Mary Louise Wright J. H. Wykoff Mr. Jeffries Wyman, Jr. Yankee Publishing Inc. Ms. Joanne Yates Paul W.Young Jonathan Yuen Mr. Stanley Zapustas, Jr. Mr. Andrew F. Zephir Judith C. Ziemski Brooks & Linda Zug Mr. Daniel Zwirbla
Gifts from the estates of the following individuals helped The Salvation Army in Massachusetts in 2004. These gifts provided $8,267,674.00 for various programs, trusts and endowments throughout the Commonwealth in 2004, the largest of which was a $4,139,120.50 gift. If you have an interest in further information about a gift in your will, a Charitable Gift Annuity or other special gift, please contact the Planned Giving Department of The Salvation Army at 1-866-338-2769. We would be pleased to discuss the idea with you and your estate planner or attorney.
The Salvation Army in Massachusetts for the 12 months ended September 30, 2004
INCOME Contributions Adult Rehabilitation Center Sales $17,716,963 $21,508,368 $231,348 $1,484,998
EXPENSE Program Services 35 Corps Community Centers 4 Adult Rehabilitation Centers Harbor Light Center $17,780,915 $18,259,186 $1,152,957 $560,535 $495,925 $456,554 $65,889 $1,047,459 $39,819,420
Albert A. Andrew Josephine V. Avellino Alice M. Baker Helen Underwood Baker Ida S. Barter Robert P. Bavosi Sidney Baxter Muriel L. Bayne Marjorie Bearse Henry Brooks Marion P. Brown Andrew Buchan Ruth K. Bullock Leo M. Burns Shirlee Cardarett James F. Casey Beatrice G. & Harold M. Clarke Melba K. Collins Robert A. Collins Joseph E. Comeau Dana S. Courtney Paul V. D’Alessandro Alice M. Davenport Joanne E. Davidson Ralph E. Davis John H. Doermann Helen T. Donovan Ruth K. Doorly Elizabeth T. Ellis Marion Nickerson Ellis Marvel Pearl Estrella Sadie Evely Gertrude I. Falby Ruth M. Farmer Kathleen M. Fenton Dorothy M. Fowler Ruth A. Gallant Adelaide Ruth Ginepra Esther R. Gizzarelli Rosa Goddard Walter W. Gove Queenie Gubb Helen V. Hagstrom Joseph B. Halbert Eleanora C. Hall Beatrice Hamilton Marianne Hart
Dorothy C. Hartwell Henry L. Hastry Marjorie K. Hayden Raymond H. Hoefel Matthew C. Holmes Constance Howard Elizabeth A. Humphrey Marian J. Hurd Barbara Jack Nina M. Jensen Gertrude Johnson Roy L. Johnson Thirza F. Johnson Thelma A. Jones Lily I. Jutila Mary M. Kearney Gertrude F. & Herbert E. Kershaw Joseph Kierzkowski Esther M. (Fowler) Kuhn Frances Lambert William W. Lanou Jeannette M. Lemoine Belle Paynor Leven Arthur J. Lewis Alfred V. Lincoln William T. Livingston Joseph C. Lombardi Douglas F. MacDonald Dorothy Maes Kay C. Manson Alexander & Grace Rogers Marvin Charles S. McKenna Alan J. McLennan Jennie Alice Mears Dorothy M. Melley Marion E. Merkert Hiram F. Mills Lyman H. Morrison Elizabeth Childs Murphy Anita M. Neal Harry C. Nelson Robert E. Nelson Pauline M. Nordhouse Marguerite E. O'Brien Marguerite Parker Dagmar L. Peurala
Dorothy L. Ramm Mary A. Redmond Mary E. Reed Lois H. Ripley Luciana Sacerdote Edward J. Scannell Alice M. Sceposki Louis Scheller Daniel W. Scribner, Jr. Helen C. Silva Orvilla Ann Silva Anna Silverman Geraldine D. Smith Grace E. Spelman Ruth E. Stanton Frank Paul Sullivan Mary A. Sullivan Pearl Swanson Muriel R.Tappen Mabel Tashjian Julia T.Taylor Stanton Ten Broeck III Francis Threadgold Helen A.West Anne P.White Elizabeth Whittemore Carolyn E.Wiedemann Ruth H. & Charles M.Wilcox William J. & Christina R. Wrighton Michael J. Zammitti
Adult Rehabilitation Center Other Income Allocated by Federated Fund-Raising Organizations Fees and Grants from Governmental Sources Program Service Fees Sales to the Public Miscellaneous Investment Income: Dividends & Interest (net of fees) Total Income
Children’s Learning Center $3,611,258 $2,054,601 $122,101 $495,043 $1,970,149 Other Social Services Total Program Services Supporting Services $49,194,829 Management and General Fund Raising Total Supporting Services Total Expenses Camp Wonderland Conference Center Emergency Disaster Services
$5,421,440 $2,059,505 $7,480,945 $47,300,365
Net Increase in Revenue for Adult Rehabilitation Centers: $1,345,609 Net Increase in Revenue for Other Programs: $548,855
The Salvation Army delivered more than 3 million acts of compassion in Massachusetts in 2004.
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