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2011 GOALS & OBJECTIVES
THE PROJECT ACCESS FAMILY
PROJECT ACCESS - OUT & ABOUT
To be the leading provider of vital health, education and employment services for families, children and seniors living in low-income housing communities. Our goal is to help keep family members employed, children in school, and seniors active.
Project Access envisions that all residents of affordable housing communities have the opportunity to achieve self-sufficiency and maximize their full potential. Project Access operates Resource Centers within more than 35 low-income housing communities throughout California. Our core initiatives are:
CAPACITY BUILDING FOR ADULTS
• Employment Readiness & Job Search Assistance • Financial Literacy & Self-Sufficiency • Parenting Education • English as a Second Language (ESL)
EDUCATION FOR YOUTH
• School Readiness for Preschool-Age Children • After-School Tutoring & Enrichment Programs for Youth • Teen Programs
• Health & Nutrition • Health Insurance Application Assistance • Prenatal & Maternal Education • Child & Family Safety • Onsite Community Health Fairs
INDEPENDENT LIVING FOR SENIORS
• Transportation Assistance • Social & Recreational Activities
• Information & Referral to Offsite Services • Community-Building Events • Translation & Interpretation • Resident Stabilization Program
• Computer Access & Training
Project Access has created an enduring legacy of quality services and programs.000. Operating within a struggling economy. Under the leadership of Kristin Byrnes. Project Access produced a balance sheet that is healthier than it was at the start of the year. and our donors – as we serve low-income families in need. With unprecedented demand for basic services such as employment assistance. The year 2010 held both challenge and change for Project Access. learn from. Jon Webb Founder & Chairman Kristin Byrnes CEO & President . the organization is determined to continue to measure. We look forward to continuing working with you – our partners. adults. our dedicated staff increased the number of individuals served to more than 10. its new CEO & President. and positioned the organization for continued growth. our volunteers. With a dedicated and team-focused staff and a connected and active board of directors. and clearly the organization became stronger. and we are committed to building on that legacy. It is an honor to lead Project Access into a future where more children. the number of Project Access Resource Centers increased by 6. and increase the significant impact of our efforts to better serve a growing number of low-income families.DEAR FRIENDS. for a total of 37. Thank you for all of your support. and seniors are given access to the resources they need to be healthier and safer.
2010 HIGHLIGHTS .
Project Access provided vital services to 10.2010 HIGHLIGHTS RESOURCE CENTERS In 2010. VOLUNTEERS Project Access truly appreciates the support of our volunteers. parenting classes. we expanded our operations into 6 new affordable housing communities. health fairs. STAFF Project Access has worked hard to develop and retain our fantastic staff members. SERVICE PARTNERS Project Access deeply values and appreciates the more than 100 service providers we partnered with in 2010. resume writing.475 low-income residents. health insurance application assistance. they are an integral part of the vital services we offer to our residents. In 2010. arts and crafts for seniors. an increase of more than 1. we placed 103 volunteers statewide. Their time and dedication to our residents complements and enhances the work we are doing. These services include job search assistance. and much more. NUMBER OF RESIDENTS RECEIVING SERVICES In 2010. bringing our count to 33 Family and 4 Senior Resource Centers throughout California. English as a Second Language classes. We currently have 27 full-time and 18 part-time employees.400 from the previous year. one-on-one tutoring. 2010 also marked 6 2010 ANNUAL REPORT . along with 21 interns from California State University Fullerton.
our youth participated in such activities as beach clean-ups. including $150. and from community and statewide foundations. blanket and clothing drives. Overall. in partnership with Second Harvest Food Bank. In 2010. to help these families stay in their homes during these difficult economic times. COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT Project Access strives to instill in our residents the importance of giving back. Project Access received donations and grants from individuals. In 2010.000 in resident stabilization grants. Joseph’s soup kitchen. Project Access distributed nearly $9. and providing arts and craft activities and engagement for families at the St. or other circumstances. and vision services. to show our gratitude for all they do. These activities not only provide great community building but also create a healthier and safer environment for all. FUNDRAISING Project Access received 72% of its 2010 revenue from affordable housing owners and 28% primarily from fundraising efforts. from corporations. including diabetes medicines. unanticipated medical bills. RESIDENT STABILIZATION PROGRAM Many of our residents face eviction because they can no longer afford to pay their rent due to job loss. Project Access aided nearly 20 residents with doctors’ bills and important medical treatments. In 2010 81% of expenses were dedicated to programs and services benefiting our residents.500 from Wells Fargo.000 from the Weingart Foundation and $47. canned food drives.the year we hosted our first Partnership Appreciation Luncheon. dental treatment. 2010 ANNUAL REPORT 7 .
KEY INITIATIVES .
registering for job training courses.2% of residents report feeling more confident applying for a job after attending a Project Access employment workshop. financial literacy. The long-term unemployment rate in California is at an all-time high. 88. and ESL programs. We strive to create a stable home environment by working to strengthen residents’ capacity to provide for their families through education programs such as ESL classes and job search assistance. PARENTING EDUCATION We help parents with their vital role in the development of their children through educational workshops. parenting education. EMPLOYMENT READINESS & JOB SEARCH ASSISTANCE We support residents seeking employment or making a career change by assisting them with creating resumes. reading. and Project Access is working every day to prevent our residents from becoming part of that statistic. • • 10 2010 ANNUAL REPORT . support groups. and more. positive family communication. borrowing. Other services offered include free tax preparation and the opportunity to open bank accounts onsite. • FINANCIAL LITERACY Residents have access to educational workshops and classes on budgeting. and writing.7% of adult participants indicated that their ability to speak English has improved as a result of the ESL classes provided by Project Access. ultimately improving their economic self-sufficiency. applying for jobs. including comprehension.CAPACITY BUILDING FOR ADULTS This is a vital aspect of the “hand up” that we offer to adults. 2.494 adults worked to better their futures by participating in employment readiness. and parent involvement clubs. and parental support of children’s school success. ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE (ESL) These classes provide residents with programs that teach English language skills. 2010 RESULTS • 96. speaking. saving. 824 adults participated in a Financial Literacy program. These programs promote family support. job search assistance. and bringing potential employers onsite. to empower adults through English language acquisition.
2010 ANNUAL REPORT 11 . showing increased motor skills while learning their shapes. colors. socialization skills.8% of youth improved their reading grade. SCHOOL READINESS FOR PRESCHOOL-AGE CHILDREN We provide children through the age of 5 with educational activities that will prepare them for kindergarten. and the emotional well-being of youth. TEEN PROGRAMS Our programs were developed to decrease risky behaviors in teens by creating an atmosphere that fosters success and builds positive self-esteem and feelings of purpose.5% of preschool-age children improved their readiness to start school. but also by building their life skills. These opportunities include college readiness programs. camps. 2010 RESULTS • • • • 2. In addition to daily after-school tutoring and enrichment activities. such as communication and conflict resolution. We are proud to help prepare children for greater success in school and adulthood. and letters. 67.EDUCATION FOR YOUTH We take a holistic approach to youth development by not only helping kids excel academically. Parents participate in programs for youth through volunteering opportunities and parent leadership committees. youth have the opportunity to participate in field trips. AFTER-SCHOOL TUTORING & ENRICHMENT PROGRAM FOR YOUTH Our tutoring is designed to improve academic achievement and study habits. field trips.117 youth participated in the After-School Tutoring and Enrichment Program. 68.8% of youth improved their math grade. and community engagement projects. leadership training. 73. and weekly educational meetings.
98. educational activities. and took advantage of other health-related information that was distributed. assistance filling out health insurance applications. and free services such as glucose and blood pressure screenings. and free healthy snacks available for children daily. increasing the number of eligible insured families and seniors. 96. child and family safety seminars.947 residents participated in onsite health services. including a variety of health-related workshops. 2010 RESULTS • • • 4. also offer our residents prenatal and maternity education. increasing physical activity and decreasing obesity. they felt more connected with their community due to attending a Project Access Health Fair. signed up for health insurance when eligible.426 low-income youth received healthy snacks after school.738 residents attended health fairs where they learned about health resources in their communities. with the help of generous services providers. overall. 1. and – perhaps most importantly – building a sense of community. Our knowledgeable staff. • • 12 2010 ANNUAL REPORT .HEALTH We strive to improve residents’ immediate health along with their long-term wellness by increasing awareness of local health resources and health clinics. obtained various health screenings. cooking classes for parents and youth.5% of respondents reported that. and onsite health resource fairs that incorporate entertainment.6% of residents note they are “much more aware of local resources in their communities” after attending a Project Access Health Fair. HOW DO WE ACHIEVE THIS? We offer numerous Health and Nutrition Programs. 2.
and age-appropriate exercise classes. and gardening. and other destinations. and support personal independence.INDEPENDENT LIVING FOR SENIORS Our senior services offer activities that maintain and improve long-term cognitive health and well-being. with many participating in more than 20 programs throughout the year. SOCIAL & RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES Social & Recreational Activities are offered at the Senior Resource Centers to help residents decrease isolation and increase socialization – and in doing so improve their overall quality of life. 100% of surveyed seniors said that Project Access has improved the quality of their lives. 2010 RESULTS • 367 seniors participated in at least one social or recreational activity. encourage social connectedness. 2010 ANNUAL REPORT 13 . 91. and taxi vouchers so that they can get to doctor’s appointments. • • • THE TRANSPORTATION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM We help enable our senior residents’ continued independence with access to transportation services such as bus tokens. transit passes. various games.8% of seniors have access to a home-care provider or doctor. workshops on health topics and entitlement programs. field trips. places of worship. We offer social and recreational activities. arts and crafts lessons and projects. 98. Among the many activities offered are bingo.6% of seniors report that they interact with neighbors on a daily basis. pharmacies. grocery stores.
TECHNOLOGY This initiative provides residents of all ages with onsite access to computers and technology classes. and all other aspects of modern life. 2010 RESULTS • 2. computer access and training that is critical for our adults and youth to be competitive in school. conduct job searches. 826 residents utilized the copier or fax machine at their local resource center. the job market. COMPUTER ACCESS & TRAINING Computer Access & Training provides the necessary technology. bridging the digital divide and preparing tomorrow’s workforce. and more.834 residents participated in computer classes and/or utilized computer labs to accomplish such tasks as homework and research projects. fill out job applications. • 14 2010 ANNUAL REPORT .
resource fairs. schools. during a parent/teacher conference. • 2010 RESULTS • 4. 94.g.5% of residents say they feel connected to their communities thanks to Project Access community-building events. to colleges. Project Access awarded scholarships to 4 deserving youth to attend college and to 2 adults to further their education. This increases social capital for our residents. 90. hospitals.7% of residents responded that the services provided by Project Access have helped improve their current life situation. and nonprofit organizations). and translation and interpretation services. TRANSLATION & INTERPRETATION SERVICES Our staff are bilingual in the predominant language of the community and are readily available to assist residents in translating documents and paperwork. • • COMMUNITY-BUILDING EVENTS Holiday celebrations. 2010 ANNUAL REPORT 15 . and talent shows promote interaction and create community cohesiveness. health and social services in their communities (e.OTHER SERVICES Project Access offer a variety of other programs and services that allow residents to better their lives and those of their families. community-building activities. INFORMATION & REFERRAL TO OFF-SITE SERVICES Residents connect with needed education with needed education.904 residents participated in our off-site referral service.. government agencies. They also serve as interpreters when needed – for example.
THE PROJECT ACCESS FAMILY .
JIM R. ROSENBLUM Treasurer of the Board Community Leader CATHERINE TALBOT Senior Vice President Boston Financial Investment Management DAVID SALAZAR Secretary of the Board Managing Principal The Salazar Group JONATHAN B. WAKEFIELD Partner Cummins & White 18 2010 ANNUAL REPORT . SKAIST Partner.BOARD OF DIRECTORS ADRIAN CRACIUN Specialist PIMCO PAUL J. LLC MARK STRAUSS Managing Director – Capital Markets Unit Cohen Financial HERBERT Y. WEBB Chairman of the Board President Affordable Housing Access. SALERNO Director of Financial Planning Tax & Financial Group THOMAS DEMCHUK Vice President Wells Fargo Corporate Trust Services MARK L. Inc. Corporate Securities and Practice Group Stradling Yocca Carlson & Rauth BRENDON KENSEL Managing Partner Kensel & Co.
Inc. ESQ. LLC KRISITN BYRNES (STAFF) CEO & President Project Access. LABATE. Inc.ADVISORY COUNCIL SCOTT BARKER President Village Investments LARRY LEAMAN LML Consults JACQUIN DAVIDSON Vice President Independence Bank SHERYL NELSON Community Leader PETE NICHOL Director Affordable Housing The Reliant Group ANA MARIE DEL RIO CAO & General Counsel Steadfast Companies SANDRA SELLANI Brand Strategist Sellani Group BILL HIRSCH Chief Executive Officer Affordable Housing Access. Richter & Hampton. Attorney at Law Sheppard. 2010 ANNUAL REPORT 19 . Mullin. ROBIN NOAH Management Counselor SCORE GREG S.
she was responsible for building the service strategy and for preparing the organization for growth. from La Roche College. and Risk Management. Technology. Pittsburgh. Kristin has more than 19 years experience working in the nonprofit sector in areas that include leadership. Kristin focuses on fundraising to maximize the impact of our programs and on new business opportunities to extend our reach. Kristin held various leadership positions at Mercy Behavioral Health over a period of ten years and most recently managed operations of the Case Management Program. Kristin grew the organization from a service staff of 9 to 32 and expanded operations from eight centers in Southern California to 33 centers in three regions of the state. from Carlow University. Claudia brings more than 30 years of experience in operations management and in 20 2010 ANNUAL REPORT . with an emphasis on Nonprofit Management. PA and she received a Masters of Science degree in Professional Leadership. Prior to joining Project Access. and organizational development.MANAGEMENT TEAM KRISTIN BYRNES. with a minor in Gerontology. Human Resources. program development. Kristin also led the development of the Project Access Program Evaluation System. CLAUDIA BEATY. Chief Financial Officer: Claudia joined Project Access in 2007 and provides financial and operational leadership to achieve the financial and strategic objectives of the organization. Claudia’s responsibilities include Finance. business development. She created new programs and service offerings tailored to the needs of those served. Kristin received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Human Services. which provides feedback for improvement as well as quantitative measures of the impact of Project Access services. When Kristin joined Project Access in 2004. Pittsburgh. PA. CEO & President: Kristin is responsible for all aspects of the organization’s strategy and growth and for directing the implementation of the organization’s goals and objectives. strategic planning. Compliance.
Northridge. with a double concentration in poverty reduction and children. $10 million targeted investment to revitalize the city through infrastructure improvements. growth. Previously. as Director of Product Development and Customer Support. and received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mathematics from California State University. Her research experience includes working as a Research Assistant for the Center for Youth and Communities at Brandeis University. youth and families. and General Manager at Netlock Technologies. Claudia received a Masters in Information and Computer Science from the University of California. a venture philanthropic organization researching the keys to successful program replication. and over a period of 21 years. She currently volunteers with Schools on Wheels and the Long Beach Time Exchange. Irvine. Sara also received a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from City University of New York. She left in late 2008 to pursue a Master of Public Policy degree from Brandeis University. She began her time with Project Access in 2005 as a Service Coordinator and was later promoted to Regional Manager. and economic development. SARA WALL. Sara has six years of professional experience working in youthdevelopment-focused nonprofit organizations. There she was responsible for the data collection and analysis for a large scale needs assessment for the Skillman Foundation’s efforts to create a system of supports and opportunities for Detroit youth ages 11-21. 2010 ANNUAL REPORT 21 . Previously Sara worked at the California Community Foundation in the programs department on their El Monte Community Building Initiative. Program Director: Sara is responsible for the operational success of Project Access’s programs while providing effective team management to a growing staff of over 35. Claudia began her career at Hughes Aircraft Company. she gained progressive experience in management and operations. Hunter College in 2004. She held the title of Chief Operating Officer at Apani Networks. Claudia rebuilt the Customer Support organizations at Interlink Computer Sciences. a 10-year.the development. social services. She also worked for Social Venture Boston. and management of start-up companies.
ACCESSIBLE LEADERSHIP AND A TRUSTING ATMOSPHERE We provide a comfortable workplace where communication is open in a mutually respectful atmosphere. DIVERSITY We value the wisdom and strength that result from a diverse nonprofit community and we promote diversity in our organization. SPIRIT OF TEAMWORK We encourage a spirit of teamwork while working together to attain common goals and successfully carry out our mission. and nurture it throughout the year. 22 2010 ANNUAL REPORT . STRONG BENEFITS PACKAGE We invest in our employees and offer a strong benefits and compensation package to attract and retain quality employees.VALUED EMPLOYEES & VOLUNTEERS The Project Access leadership is committed to providing the best possible work environment for our employees and volunteers. TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT We facilitate training that allows employees and volunteers to improve their basic skills and to develop to their greatest potential. We build that spirit through our annual employee retreat.
/CHELWOOD PARTNERS EDEN HOUSING KDF COMMUNITIES MARY ERICKSON COMMUNITY HOUSING OAKLAND HOUSING AUTHORITIES RELATED OF CALIFORNIA RHC COMMUNITIES STEADFAST COMPANIES THE JOHN STEWART COMPANY VITUS ADVISORS 2010 ANNUAL REPORT 23 . Our current developers include: AFFORDABLE HOUSING ACCESS AIMCO BCC CORPORATION BRIDGE HOUSING BRIDGE INVESTMENTS. INC.AFFORDABLE HOUSING DEVELOPERS Project Access partners with low-income housing developers in a fee-for-service agreement to provide programs and services to our residents.
FAMILY/SENIOR RESOURCE CENTERS SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA LOS ANGELES COUNTY ROWLAND HEIGHTS The Palms Apartments TORRANCE Golden West Tower Apartments Woodbury Walk Apartments LA HABRA Cypress Villa Apartments LA PALMA La Palma Apartments SANTA ANA Warwick Square Apartments WESTMINSTER Stratford Place Apartments Windsor Court Apartments VENTURA COUNTY OXNARD Pacific Point Apartments Camino Del Sol Apartments SAN MATEO COUNTY EAST PALO ALTO Light Tree Apartments REDWOOD CITY Hallmark House Apartments NORTHERN CALIFORNIA ALAMEDA COUNTY FREMONT Glen Haven & Glenview Apartments OAKLAND City Towers Apartments Tassafaronga Village Apartments SAN LEANDRO Las Palmas Apartments SANTA CLARA COUNTY SAN JOSE Casa Real Apartments Charter Court Apartments Orchard Glen Apartments Parkside Terrace Apartments Valley Palms Apartments Villa Monterey Apartments ORANGE COUNTY ANAHEIM Hermosa Village Apartments Park Vista Apartments Pradera Apartments CYPRESS Tara Village Apartments FULLERTON North Hills Apartments GARDEN GROVE Malabar Apartments IRVINE Laguna Canyon Apartments Windrow Apartments RIVERSIDE COUNTY RIVERSIDE Breezewood Park Apartments SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY SAN BERNARDINO Eastpointe Village Apartments FONTANA Paseo Verde Apartments HESPERIA The Village at Hesperia Senior Apartments SONOMA COUNTY SANTA ROSA Santa Rosa Garden Apartments CONTRA COSTA COUNTY PINOLE East Bluff Apartments RICHMOND Pullman Point Apartments Indicates Senior Resource Centers 24 2010 ANNUAL REPORT .
P. Stanger Brian Stern Strategies John & Gail Ueberroth Family Foundation Debb & Jon Webb Wells Fargo Foundation Tim Wilson UP TO $999 Craig Adelman Ila Afsharipour Scott Altenburg Elizabeth Anderson Judith Auerbach Autumn Barnett Renne Barot Heidi Bass Claudia & Dave Beaty Phil Bedel Bret Bielefeld Shiobhan Bishop Joe Briganti Debra Brusatori Larry Buckelew $5. Long Foundation VPM Management.999 The Allergan Foundation Angels Baseball Foundation.000 . Inc. Pacific Life Foundation Pacific West Management The Thomas J.000 . Inc. Stradling Yocca Carlson & Rauth Steadfast Investment Properties Lori & George Szorenyi Taco Bell Community Grants Union Bank Foundation Wood-Claeyssens Foundation $10.000 .000 Weingart Foundation $25.$24.$9. LLC Mazda Foundation (USA). L. Mary & Jim Wakefield Bill Witte $1. Inc. American Financial Network – Loans 4 Love Irene & John Bernard Bridge Investment Group Chris Byrne Kristin & Aaron Byrnes California Bank & Trust Capital Group Companies Charitable Foundation Lindsey & Adrian Craciun Lenny Fodemski Carla Jacobs Junior League of Orange County National Human Resource Association of Orange County Peter Nichol Novogradac & Company Orange County’s United Way Paul Reim Joyce & Herb Rosenblum Treena & Paul Salerno Jill & Mark Skaist Smart & Final Sports 1 Marketing Nancy & Geoffrey Stack Anna & Daniel R. Inc. Citi Foundation PIMCO Foundation Sisters of St. Inc. Smith Charitable Foundation.$50.2010 FRIENDS & SUPPORTERS $150. Inc.999 Academic Tutoring Services. Brian Byrdsong Bonnie Carter Anthony & Richard Chavira Ellen Chin Victor Chu Ray & Sondra Contino Ashley Cook Justin Cooper Etienne Cowper Paul Craig Judith Cummings Glen Jacquin Davidson Olivia & Darren Daye Christina Deal Marie Debor Matt Degraw Cindy & Tom Demchuk Sara Demisi Sandie & Paul Diamond Ryan Dimaria Sarah Disch Nathan Dorst Gary Downs Sally Durbin Ofer Elitzer David Ellison Khary Espy Jennifer & Todd Ferrara Russell & Debra Fine Ashley & Zachary Fischer Jonathan Forster Brian Frankel Grant Freeman 2010 ANNUAL REPORT 25 .$4.999 The Bank of America Foundation Building Block Foundation Fund Glen & Dorothy Stillwell Charitable Trust KDF Communities. The Bascom Group California Statewide Community Development Chelwood.000 .000 Affordable Housing Access. Joseph Healthcare Foundation Wells Fargo Social Responsibility Group Robert Cryer Ana Marie Del Rio Highland Property Development Martin Pupil The Roy W.
Catherine Talbot Michael Tam Toni Tartamella TGF Strategies Jay Tanjuan Mathew Ticknor Jesse Torres Stephen Tracy Sara Tronti William Van Der Reis Socorro & Ernie Vasquez Miguel Vasquez Ellen & Jon Vien Juliette Vo Michael Walseth Krysty Wang Leslie & Jim Washburn Nancy Waymack Lisa Weil Fred Whitaker Wiederkehr Family Trust The Wiles Group Brandon Wiles Michael Wiles Tamara & Colin Wiles Michael Williams Steve Wraight Noushin Yadegari Grace Yang Jeffrey Zoldos 26 2010 ANNUAL REPORT .2010 FRIENDS & SUPPORTERS Marty Furch Bridget Galka John Garcia Sylvia Garcia Kelly Gaynor Sharon & Alex Gerstenzan Mary Goelzer Peter Goetze David Gonzalez Lindsay & Shawn Green Corey Griffin Thomas Hardety Chelsea & Chris Hilbert Hitachi Consulting Cynthia Holland Ted Holman Justin Hughes Roseanna Hughes Independence Bank Naomi Naoko Iseri Fiona & Chris Ivey David Jarvis Jewish Federation of Orange County Joy Johnson Jonathan Jump Hilda & Justian Jusuf Margaret Karakashian Kristoffer Kaufman Leslie & Matthew Kaufman Debra Keedy Jennifer & Brendon Kensel Michelle Khuu Lane & John Kiefaber Dale Kiken Rebekah King Kiwanis of La Palma Dennis Kuhl Edgar Larrarte Richard Leach Sue Lee Haydee Leowardy Barbara & Lew Levy Marilyn Lindberg Rosario Lopez Sara & David Ludington Alex Lukoff Catherine Malatesta & Larry Summers Jonathan Mandala Brandon Mann Christine & Frank Marcos Hal Marz Jeanne & Robert Matson Rosette & Scott McClave Sean McCloskey Susie McGuire Kim McKay Denny McLarry John McLean Zubin Mehta Marie & William Meil David Meltzer Ron Micuch Justin Middleton Newth Morris Denise Munoz Kim Nash Sheryl Nelson Kellie Newcombe Robert Nevarez Tracey Nicholson Jeff Nishita Dean Obst Laura & Dan O’Leary Elizabeth Parkinson Linda & Jeff Peach Chad Penry Jacqueline & Gustavo Peraza Princess Perez Daniel Perl The Pub Crawl Robert Pinnix Adam Rahman Angie Ramirez The Related Companies of California Jennifer & Brian Roberts Debbie & Joe Rogoff Betty Rosas Sharon Salmon Lara Sao Pedro David Salazar Justin Schaller Marc Schneider Ted Serentelos Bryan Shumey Denise & Pete Sisoev Toni & Lee Solow Luis Sota Trevor Sparks Richard Stayner William Stoll Karen & Mark Strauss Synchronicity Marketing. Inc.
Esperanza Armenta Luis Armona Armando . Ace Hardware Margaret Ackerman Affordable Housing Access.A Joshua Christopher Salon Azul Sports Azure Park Apartments The Bascom Group The Batchelor Family The BBQ Grill Outlet Beach Pit BBQ Claudia & Dave Beaty Bed Bath & Beyond Farrah Benedict The Bethke Family Bob’s Trading Rochelle Bolster Boston Financial Brackenhoff Management Group Joyce de Brevannes Cheryl & John Bromley The Bubble Lounge Buena Park Dental Center Julia Budd Chris Burns Kristin & Aaron Byrnes Tommy Cain Cal State Fullerton Foundation Tristen Cali California Chamber of Commerce Carnitas Uruopan Casa de la Familia Cynthia Castillo Leticia Castillo Champions for Change Chapman University Kristina & Mark Chatow Al Chavarria Chelwood.P. Nathan Fissell Food 4 Less Food Services Department Norma & Paul Fruchbom Monica Frusto Future Leaders of our Community The Garcia Family Sandra Garcia Mike Gardner Germaine’s Luau Hawaii The Gladych Family Peter Goetze Golden West Partners. Goodall Lindsay & Shawn Green Nathan Green Christina Guillen & Family Harbor Day School Health Care Agency Hermosa Drive GATE PTA Ramon Hernandez Yolanda Hidalgo Chelsea & Chris Hilbert 2010 ANNUAL REPORT 27 . L. Eva Cheung The Children’s Dental Group Children’s Power Play Campaign Chipotle Citizen’s Housing Corporation City of Pinole Maria Colon Comcast Community Housing Development Corp Ashley Contino Donna & Mike Contino Joanne Contino Jay Contreras Cooperfield Books Core Power Yoga Corporate Benefit Solutions Costco County of Orange Health Care Agency Tracey Crawford Cypress . Inc. Rosa Alcantar Lourdes Alvarez Hector Amador American Golf Corp Delia Amezquita Jose Amezquita Anaheim Marriott Anaheim Market Clinic Anaheim Public Utilities Anaheim Regional Medical Center Anaheim Revitalization Partners Rob & Flora Angarita Andy Angel Angels Baseball Foundation. Phil Show Dreyer’s Foundation Duffy Electric Boats The Early Literacy Project East LA Regional Center Eden Housing Elite Smiles Guadalupe Escobedo Evolution Seminars Extreme Learning Family Giving Tree Fernald & Tilton Russell & Debra Fine Firestone First Bank First Books First Team Real Estate First National Bank First National Book Bank Fisher Printing.P. L. Inc. David Gonzalez Anita G.P. Inc.Tara Village. Inc. Disneyland Resort The Doctors Show The Dr. Maryam Dadashi Jacquin Davidson Darren & Olivia Daye Dana Point Warf Tom Demchuk Alice DeMichael Vicki DePirro Diablo Carpet Cleaning Diedrich Coffee Discover Girls. Inc.2010 IN-KIND DONORS Academic Tutoring Services. L.
& Mrs. KDF Valley Palms.P. KDF Glenview. KDF Cypress Villas.P. Belinda Rodriguez Leticia Rodriguez Jose Rodriguez Henry Romero Russo’s Pet Experience Safeway Jenni Salvador 28 2010 ANNUAL REPORT .P. L.P. Marlon Parharm Park Vista. and KDF VAH III.P. L. L. LLP KDF Charter Court. L. Ltd.P.P. Inc. L.P. L. David Payne Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation Chad Penry Pepsi Jacqueline & Gustavo Peraza Courtney Perkes Personal Care Physicians Pete’s Pumpkin Patch Tu-Quyen Pham Jamie Pienkowski Premier Healthcare Services Promoloco PRP Wine International Pullman Apartments Quicksilver Foundation Dylan Radloff Ralph’s Elizabeth Ramos Martha Rangel Ismael Reyes Ladd Reynolds RHC Communities Richmond Police Department Robert’s Hawaii.2010 IN-KIND DONORS Cynthia Holland Home Instead Hometown Buffet Valerie Howlett & Family HR Benefits The Huffman Family Charleen Hughes Huntington Center Park Equestrian Center In-N-Out Burger Independence Bank Infinity Insurance Irene Istilart Jacella Wines Jameson’s Total Body Fitness & Nutrition Job Link The John Stewart Company Jojo Kart Lorie Jones Paula Jones David Kalili Diana Kayiatos KDF Breezewood.P. Morris Juan Navarro Sal Navarro Sheryl Nelson Newport Beach Police Department North Orange County CCD Valeria Nunez Oakland A’s Oakland Zoo Oakley. L.P. KDF Glen Haven. L.P. KDF North Hills. KDF VAH I. L. KDF SJC. L. Debra Keedy Cynthia Kelley Jennifer & Brendon Kensel Ayesha & Adam Khan Mahmood & Shahida Khan Kiwanis Club of La Palma Kiwanis Club of San Leandro Lauren Kline Roy Kobatake David Kyle Laguna Canyon Housing Laguna Culinary Arts Laguna Playhouse Cori LaRue Learn It Lincoln Anaheim I Housing Partners Karl Lofthouse Long Beach Playhouse The Lopez Family Los Angeles Regional Food Bank Lowe’s Alex Lukoff Kevin Madsen Major League Baseball Scouting Bureau Catherine Malatesta Man Power Kathy Marcia Christine & Frank Marcos Massage Works Mastro’s Restaurants Robert Matson Rosette & Scott McClave George McCullagh Lindsay Mcholm Bridget McTague Erin Meier Marie & William Meil David Meltzer Jeff Menke Luz Merrill Dan Michalek Michelle Wine Estates Ron Micuch Ron Miller Modernest Geza Molnar Gayle Montano The Moo Family Robert Moreno Mr.P. L. L.P. L. OC Fan Force Our Lady of Guadalupe School Pacific Coast Produce Isabel Padilla Palms BTC.P. KDF City Towers. Inc. KDF Hallmark. KDF Malabar.P. KDF Fontaine SJC. L. KDF Villa Monterey. L.
Sandy Tenorio Sheryln Thomas Tony & Guy Lisa Tomlinson Tots & Tweeds Toys for Tots Maria Trejo UCI National Collegiate Scholars United Way of the Bay Area Veronica’s Jugeteria & Gift Shop The Viceroy Family Village Property Management Elizabeth Villareal Mary & Jim Wakefield Dixie Wall Sara Wall Warwick Square Property Management Mary Watkins Debb & Jon Webb West Contra Costa Unified School District Westminster Housing Partners. Kathy & William Scholl Second Harvest Food Bank Evelyn Senica Debbie Serrano Carlos Serrato Shape-Up Fitness Center Anita Sharpe Ryan Sheckler Kevin Shelton Mark Skaist Kendra Skimkiss Heather & Steve Soliz Sonoma Family Magazine South High Kiwin’s Group Sports 1 Marketing Rachanee Srisavasdi Starbuck’s Starbright Services Stater Brothers Steadfast Companies Steadfast McCord CLP. P. L. Scott Wheeler Wissco Bill Witte Jane & Norman Wolfe Yiu Mei Wong Jamie Wood Sunny Wu Andrea Ybarra Lynn Ying YWCA 2010 ANNUAL REPORT 29 .P.P.2010 IN-KIND DONORS Sandra Sanchez Connie Santoy Julie Schoenbachler Marcia. Deborah Stevenson Strategies Karen & Mark Strauss Summer Food Service Program Yolanda Summerhill Target Jay Tanjuan Techsoup Ten-O-One West Gonzales Partners. L. L.
FINANCIAL OVERVIEW .
FINANCIAL OVERVIEW In 2010. END OF YEAR 32 2010 ANNUAL REPORT $3.342. 2010) 16% 57% *Fees are not collected from residents TOTAL ASSETS LIABILITIES NET ASSETS TOTAL LIABILITIES & NET ASSETS $693.679 $589.891 $589. BEGINNING OF YEAR NET ASSETS.461 $693. Project Access strengthened its balance sheet and maintained its financial health while continuing to provide much needed services to low-income families. AUDITED STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES (as of December 31.570 $575.038 $3.Developers/Owners Developer/Owner Fees* AUDITED STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION (as of December 31.140 $103.Other Special Events Grants In-Kind Donations .140 Sustaining a 3-6 month reserve has allowed Project Access to maintain high quality programs even during difficult economic times.468 $13. 2010 SOURCES OF SUPPORT & REVENUE 7% 13% 5% 2% Contributions & Other In-Kind Donations . 2010) 13% 5% 2010 EXPENSES Program Services Fundraising General & Administrative TOTAL REVENUE & SUPPORT TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES INCREASED IN NET ASSETS NET ASSETS.461 82% .356.
PROJECT ACCESS .OUT & ABOUT .
bullying. 34 2010 ANNUAL REPORT . including The John Stewart Company and the Oakland Housing Authority. and self esteem.PROJECT ACCESS . Project Access launched six new sites and added new developers to our portfolio.OUT & ABOUT! American Idol’s Katherine McPhee visited Warwick Square Family Resource Center to perform for Project Access residents. girls-only conference focusing on body image. and focus attention on the issue of hunger. help with the summer lunch program. Project Access was able to host pre-teen girls ages 9 to 12 for an empowering.
and drug and alcohol abuse prevention. The Third Annual Project Access Teen Conference was held for our teen residents at California State University Fullerton.Project Access was able to send 30 youth in Orange County to attend summer camp with Camp Fire USA. 2010 ANNUAL REPORT 35 . It included college awareness exposure and readiness training. financial aid and related workshops. Seniors from our Senior Resource Centers took in a day of art and culture at the Getty Museum in Los Angeles.
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