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Hope Is
Inherited
Jeremiah Program
2011 Annual Report
Meet Tara.
Mother, Jeremiah Program graduate, registered nurse and
new homeowner.
While they once lived
in unstable housing
situations, Jeremiah
Program graduates can
now afford safe housing.
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30%
are homeowners
INSPIRING ONE GENERATION
TO EMPOWER THE NEXT
Today, Tara Robertson is a woman filled with hope.
But that wasn’t always the case.
In 2004, she was 19, pregnant, in a rocky relationship with her baby’s father
and living with her parents. “I was feeling hopeless,” says Tara. Then, she
heard about Jeremiah Program.
“My cousin was enrolled in the program and doing really well,” explains
Tara. “She had support, a nice apartment and her children were doing
great. She was also hopeful about the future.”
Tara wanted to have hope, too. More importantly, she wanted to be able
to give hope to her child. However, she wasn’t sure Jeremiah Program
was right for her. “Not only was I a new mother, I was going to be
living on my own for the first time and wasn’t sure I could handle all the
demands,” says Tara.
In hindsight, applying to Jeremiah Program was the best decision
Tara could have made, for herself and for her daughter, Erika, now 7.
They had a safe, affordable place to live. Erika received quality early
childhood education, and Tara received the support she needed to continue
her education: she studied nursing and graduated as an RN in December
2008. A few months later, she landed a great job as a nurse manager.
“I’ve been employed at the same place for two and a half years,” says Tara.
“To think I thought being a single mother going to school was difficult. I
had no idea back then how hard it was going to be as a single mother
working full time!”
Despite the challenges, Tara loves her life. “I know everybody thinks their
child is the best in the world, but mine truly is,” says Tara. “She is so sweet.
When I feel like the meanest mommy in the world, she looks at me like I
could do no wrong. She keeps me going strong every day.”
Erika, age 7
As evidence of her strength, Tara bought a house last year. “It is so cute and
comfortable,” she says, and serves as a symbol of her hope for the future.
“I feel so grateful to everyone involved with Jeremiah Program,” says Tara.
“Thanks to them, everything I hoped for when I was pregnant has come
true. I graduated from college, I’m working in a field I love and I own my
home. What’s more, Erika is healthy, happy and starting to realize her own
hopes. She got a kitten a few months ago and now dreams of learning
cursive writing and even getting her driver’s license.”
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A PROVEN MODEL THAT TRANSFORMS
LIVES TWO GENERATIONS AT A TIME
Research shows that a mother’s level of education is
crucial to her ability to find career-track employment
and earn a living wage. It’s also crucial in determining
how much education her children will receive, as well
as how much money they’ll earn as adults.
However, many single mothers never get the education they need.
That’s because they can’t afford to go to school and still provide for
their children. Even in the best of times, most must defer their own
dreams to deal with harsh economic realities that include temporary jobs,
inadequate benefits, unstable housing and lack of quality childcare.
But these aren’t the best of times. In fact, for many single women,
they are the worst of times, which is why Jeremiah Program—and
the two-generation approach we take to ending poverty—is more
important now than ever.
Having successfully achieved their education goals, women leave the
program with full-time, living-wage careers and the life skills necessary
to be self-sufficient and successful. As a result, they and their children
no longer need the social services on which they once relied.
Mikesha and her son, Jaylen
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AFFORDABLE,
SAFE HOUSING
CAREER-TRACK
EDUCATION
SUPPORTIVE
COMMUNITY
QUALITY
EARLY
CHILDHOOD
EDUCATION
=
FAMILY
SELF-RELIANCE
PERSONAL
EMPOWERMENT
& LIFE SKILLS
Jeremiah Program provides
safe, affordable housing, quality
early childhood education and a
supportive community so women
can engage in life skills education
and empowerment training,
attend college and ultimately
obtain gainful employment.
Alisha and her son, Ethan
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A MESSAGE FROM
OUR LEADERSHIP
Dear Friends:
Hope is inherited.
Jeremiah Program and the mothers we serve are bringing this simple
statement to life every single day for dozens of children. Many of
those children came to us as infants. Some are now entering high
school. All have benefited from Jeremiah Program’s safe and loving
environment. We couldn’t be prouder of them, their mothers and
their accomplishments.
For more than a decade our efforts have been instrumental in helping
more than 360 children inherit hope—for themselves, their futures and the
world in which we live. Together, we are proving that the right help and
support can end poverty, two generations at a time.
Our reputation as a leader in this important area is growing nationally.
We regularly receive calls from across the country and from other
organizations interested in replicating our proven model. As testimony
to our thought leadership, we were invited to join the Aspen Institute’s
Ascend program, which you can learn more about on the next page.
Why is our work so important? As a recent Ascend report indicates, all
parents have hopes and dreams for their children. Yet, those who live in
poverty are often forced to set aside these hopes and dreams in order
to deal with harsh economic realities.
By providing single mothers and their children with a safe, affordable
place to live and by ensuring they get a quality education that prepares
them for career-track employment, Jeremiah Program is making a
difference in Minnesota, as well as in Texas, where we are now expanding.
Currently we serve a handful of single mothers enrolled in Austin
Community College, and—thanks to a $1.5 million grant from the
Moody Foundation—we’ll be opening an Austin campus in 2013 to
serve up to 24 single mothers and their children.
Thank you to everyone who is helping Jeremiah Program succeed.
Your contributions are enormous and fill us with hope for our own future,
as well as that of the women, children and communities we serve.
With gratitude,
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Gloria Perez
John McMahon
President and Chief Executive Officer,
Jeremiah Program
Chair, Jeremiah Program National
Board of Directors
HIGHLIGHTS FROM 2011
We’re proud of our 2011 accomplishments as
a nationally recognized nonprofit organization
helping single mothers and their children end the
cycle of poverty. And we’re already working hard
to accomplish even more in 2012.
In 2011, as we began expanding our service area and gained greater
prominence nationally, we were honored by an invitation to join Ascend,
an Aspen Institute program focused on family economic security. Ascend
is a hub for breakthrough ideas and proven strategies that move parents,
especially women, and their children beyond poverty toward educational
success and economic security. The program has three important goals:
1
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CHANGE THE CONVERSATION around low-income families
ENGAGE ACROSS DIVERSE SECTORS to develop a network
of leaders and political will
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CONVENE FORUMS AND CREATE PLATFORMS to elevate
effective two-generation policies and community solutions
Gloria Perez, our President and CEO, also received well-deserved
recognition when she was named an Ascend Fellow for 2012.
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GRADUATES
40%
60%
WITH A BACHELOR’S DEGREE
WITH AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE
“Jeremiah Program’s mission and goals dovetail perfectly with
Ascend, as we—and similar organizations—collaborate to
educate and propel women and their families out of poverty
and into fulfilling, secure and lucrative jobs. As an Ascend Fellow,
Gloria Perez is poised to lead the next generation of innovators
toward solutions for parents and their children.”
– Anne Mosle, Executive Director at Ascend
Expanding Service, Leveraging Community
At Jeremiah Program, we strive to leverage the work of local
community organizations that can add value to our transformational
model. For example, we are working with the Guadalupe Neighborhood
Development Corporation in Austin to build a Jeremiah Program
campus community within a larger affordable housing development
it has planned.
We also have a recent partnership with City of Lakes Community
Land Trust and PRG, Inc., in Minneapolis, to develop workshops and a
certification program specifically designed to help prepare Jeremiah
Program graduates for the responsibilities of home ownership.
“Jeremiah Program’s comprehensive
model to end poverty for single
mothers and their children is bold
and will have a profound impact
on the families and those of us who
support them. Our foundation
admires the success enjoyed by so
many women and children, and we
are proud to step up and provide an
initial investment in Austin.”
Ross Moody
Trustee, The Moody Foundation of
Galveston, Inc.
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Anita and her daughter, Annalia
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Hope Is
Inherited
From Mother to Child
To show how hope is inherited, we asked
Jeremiah Program mothers to write letters to
their children—letters that we encourage them
to share some day. You’ll find portions of these
letters on the following pages. To read more
letters, visit www.jeremiahprogram.org/letters.
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Letters of Hope: On PARENTING
At Jeremiah Program, our goal
is to help the women we serve
become the best mothers they
can be, so that their children have
the opportunity to unleash their
full potential and live vibrant lives.
We do this by starting with high
expectations for the pursuit of
college and career while providing
safe, affordable housing, life
skills coaching, high-quality early
childhood education and a caring
Landon,
You are the biggest gift and joy in the world. You are so loved and so
treasured. I have learned parenting is not about being perfect. It is about
trying your best to be the best you can and raise the best child you can.
It is about instilling values and beliefs and morals. It’s teaching you to
accept and love yourself and others, and to stand up for what is right
even if it’s hard. You can do anything you put your mind to. Never let
anyone tell you differently. Say sorry when needed and smile when needed.
Never take things for granted and always help others.
Love, Mommy
Elizabeth
Participant, Saint Paul campus
community of determined, likeminded women.
Dear Nehemiah,
Growing up for me without a mother and father, I did not want
you to experience not knowing if your mother or your father loves you,
because I do. Remember, my son, we will face many obstacles in our lives.
All we need is a little motivation and hope. You are my motivation.
Your Mom
LaReesha
Participant, Minneapolis campus
Dear Kaidyn,
I just want you to know I love you to the moon and back, times 100! I didn’t
know it was possible to love someone as much as I love you. I want you to know
that whatever you set your mind to, you can do it. It’s 100% possible and I’m
behind you all the way. Nothing in this world would ever make me not love you ever.
I have beat all the teenage parent statistics and I have proven everyone
wrong by going on to secondary education, getting a degree and raising a
beautiful, smart and wonderful daughter like you. Kaidyn you have given me
hope for tomorrow and I know that everything is possible…with you.
Your Mommy
Ashley
Participant, Minneapolis campus
To read more letters, visit www.jeremiahprogram.org/letters.
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While they once were unsure of themselves, Jeremiah Program
participants grow to become confident mothers who are
raising children who are prepared to succeed. Although this
transformation doesn’t happen overnight, women see improvement
in their personal skills after just one year of participation in life skills
classes and coaching.
Paige and her son, Xavier
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100%
Jeremiah Program children
demonstrate cognitive and
physical growth consistent
with national averages.
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Jeremiah Program
mothers mastered
positive parenting
techniques that enhance
their children’s school
readiness skills.
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While they once had only high school degrees or GEDs, Jeremiah
Program participants earn impressive GPAs and college educations.
residents have a
GPA of 2.0 or higher.
Omolola and her son, Clevon
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residents have a
GPA of 3.0 or higher.
continue their
education after leaving
Jeremiah Program.
Letters of Hope: On Education
Dear Aden,
Since the day I found out I was pregnant with you I have
been taking steps to make a better life for both of us. I
went back to high school while I was carrying you in my
belly and your little kicks and movements were a reminder
every day of why I needed to succeed in school. I was on
the honor roll for the first time in my life and I graduated
two weeks after giving birth to you, my beautiful baby boy,
with all A’s and B’s.
Mothers enrolled in Jeremiah
You gave me hope and the drive that I can do anything I
put my mind to. Today I am attending college to become a
nurse so I can supply you with a happy, healthy, stable
home with a big backyard for your little adventures.
sparking their curiosity and
Program show determination and
drive by successfully achieving
their own higher education goals
that help them provide a better
life for their families. What’s more,
these mothers develop a life-long
appreciation for learning, which
they pass on to their children,
inspiring hope for a brighter future.
I want to offer you the best things in life and I cannot
do that without an education, without a career, and I
could not do it without you in my life.
Courtny
Participant, Fargo-Moorhead
My Dear Best Thing That Ever Happened To Me,
You will be three in a month and I keep thanking God for
blessing me with you. Currently, we live at Jeremiah Program’s
St. Paul campus. Jeremiah Program provides housing for
single moms who are in college. Anayah, I would like to say
that education is the key to success. We are blessed enough
to be around very strong, hard-working and independent
women at all times from the people who work here to each
and every mom. Anayah, remember this. People can strip you
down of everything, but one thing they can never take is your
education, which takes hard work. And education goes hand
in hand with taking you places; with that the sky is the limit.
I love you,
Your Mom
Jenneh
Participant, Saint Paul campus
To read more letters, visit www.jeremiahprogram.org/letters.
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LETTERS OF HOPE: ON CAREERS
Jeremiah Program women receive
training on resume writing,
interviewing and networking, as
well as opportunities for interning
and job shadowing. As a result,
when they graduate from college
they have the skills, connections
and confidence to launch an
exciting new career.
Dear Gerald,
I would like to start of f by saying I love you very
much. I want to take this time to tell you how
important a career is. To me a career is very
important. It helps to define who you are. I hope you
choose wisely when you make that decision. But
it is also important to remember a career is not
permanent. You can do whatever you want to do.
Love,
Mom
Elease
Participant, Saint Paul campus
My Dear Sweet Stella,
You come from a long line of hard working women. Your
family is from Russia. In the days that my mom and
grandma were working in Russia, women did not have
the same opportunities that men did. The jobs that were
available to women were limited. You have an advantage.
The world is different now. You can be anything that
you want to be. You can be the President of the United
States if you want. Hard work is in your blood. I know you
will be great at whatever it is that you put your mind to.
Just remember that hard work pays off. I now am a firm
believer in work now, play later. With a great career, you
can travel the world... with your mom, of course. I love you.
Alla
Participant, Saint Paul campus
To read more letters, visit www.jeremiahprogram.org/letters.
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While they once lived in poverty, Jeremiah Program graduates
now earn a living wage on which they can support themselves
and their children.
$
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$ $ $
$ $ $ $
$ $ $ $ $
$
$
$
$
BEFORE
AFTER
Women enter Jeremiah
Program earning an average
of $8.39 an hour.
When they graduate within
2.5 years, they have career-track
employment and earn a livable
wage of $16–17 an hour.
Ashley and her daughter, Camrynn
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All people need advocates and people who believe in them.
Jeremiah Program provides the opportunity to connect caring
community members with remarkably determined women
and their children.
1,600
volunteers
10
volunteers per MOTHER and CHILD
25,000
hours of service in 2011
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VOLUNTEERS INSPIRE HOPE
From the 90-year-old grandmother who rocks infants every Tuesday
morning to the corporate executive who teaches a weekly life skills
class to the 17-year-old who helps organize our library books, Jeremiah
Program attracts the best—and most loyal—volunteers. Here are just a
few examples:
Senior Corps Volunteers. Older adults have a lifetime of experience
to share and a genuine desire to make the world better. Take 83-yearold “Grandpa Bob” Jenkins, for instance. He spends four days a
week at Jeremiah Program, reading to and playing with toddlers and
preschoolers, helping them develop important skills and helping ensure
they feel loved.
Community Service Learning Project Volunteers. As part of
their schools’ community service learning project requirements,
students from Twin Cities high schools such as The Blake School,
Breck School and Cretin-Derham Hall volunteer to read and create
art with Jeremiah Program kids and make community bulletin boards
to showcase our successes.
Bullfrog Bash Volunteers. Thanks to the passion of hundreds of
volunteers and dozens of corporate sponsors, Jeremiah Program’s
Twin Cities fundraising gala attracts more than 600 guests annually
and has raised more than $3.8 million since 1999.
Life Skills Class Facilitators. Jeremiah Program mothers attend
weekly classes facilitated by volunteers who follow a professionally
developed curriculum focused on career development, economic
independence, physical and emotional health, healthy relationships,
and parenting and child development.
Boards of Trustees. In each city where we operate, we rely on the
wisdom of a local board composed of men and women who are
leaders at work and in their communities. They fulfill a variety of
important responsibilities, including overseeing our financial operations,
maintaining legal and ethical standards, providing strategic direction
and ensuring accountability to Jeremiah Program families, donors and
communities we serve.
“Grandpa Bob”
Senior Corps Volunteer
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SATURDAYS
Imagine encouraging a group of women
in their journey toward self-sufficiency.
That’s exactly what Tammy McIntyre,
the facilitator of Jeremiah Program’s
alumnae coaching circle, has done one
Saturday a month since 2007.
“I’m passionate about education, and
the power it has to change a woman’s
future,” says Tammy. So inspired by
the alumnae she works with, Tammy
has also taken on the role of alumnae
liaison, working closely with Jeremiah
Program graduates to ensure they
thrive after leaving campus.
Become a volunteer
Volunteers play a vital role in our vibrant campus communities.
Join us! Contact [email protected]
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Jasmine and her daughter, Kamariana
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Children living with a single mother are
poor or low income compared to 1 in 3
Children living in other types of families1.
U.S. Census Bureau (2010)
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SUPPORT MAKES IT POSSIBLE
Corporate and Community Support
Jeremiah Program is blessed to have a wide variety of committed,
passionate corporate and community supporters. Their financial, in-kind,
volunteer and other contributions are vital to Jeremiah Program’s efforts
to end the cycle of poverty.
Some supporters are new, having only recently learned about our work.
Others, like Ecolab, have supported us since our inception.
“We’ve been a Jeremiah Program supporter since 1998,” says Ecolab
Foundation Vice President Kris Taylor. That’s the year the first 18 families
phased into residence in Minneapolis.
In 2004, Jeremiah Program announced it was expanding to Saint Paul.
“We were really excited about that,” explains Kris. “We’re a worldwide
company, but our headquarters is in downtown Saint Paul, and we knew
there was a strong need for Jeremiah Program in our community.”
More than a decade later, Ecolab remains a loyal supporter, contributing
both dollars and volunteers to Jeremiah Program.
“We love that Jeremiah Program has such strong expectations of the
women it accepts into the program,” says Kris. “Not only do they get
their college degrees, they receive additional education and training to
ensure they’re prepared for career-track employment. They also get safe,
affordable housing, as well as other support they need to be become
wonderful, self-sufficient moms.”
In addition to global, Fortune 500 companies such as Ecolab,
Jeremiah Program also receives the support of many local companies.
An example is Roers Development and Keller Williams Roers Realty in
Fargo, N.D. Owners Jim and Sandra Roers, both of whom have a long
history of leadership and advocacy in their community, donate office
and meeting space for Jeremiah Program staff and volunteers, and
host community events and Life Skills programming for participants.
In addition, Sandra serves as vice-chair of the Jeremiah Program
Fargo-Moorhead Community Board of Trustees. “We all need a
network of supporters in our lives who believe in us,” says Sandra.
“For single mothers who are determined to get ahead by earning a
college degree, Jeremiah Program provides that network of support,
a network they wouldn’t otherwise have.”
Jim and Sandra Roers
Roers Development and
Keller Williams Roers Realty
JEREMIAH
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Michaela and her daughters, Analysa and Jaeda
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GIFTS FROM THE HEART
The success of Jeremiah Program is due in
large part to the investment of time, talent and
financial contributions from our many visionary
and generous friends. With your help we are
able to make a real difference in the lives of so
many—today and for generations to come.
Thank you.
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JEREMIAH PROGRAM LEADERSHIP as of May 1, 2012
Visionary Founder
Rev. Michael J. O’Connell
President & CEO
Gloria Perez
Jeremiah Program National
Board of Directors
John McMahon, Chair
Ernst & Young
Susan Sands, Chair-Elect
Barbara Ellis
Locke Lord LLP
Minneapolis-Saint Paul
Community Board of Trustees
Glenda Holmstrom
Lauri Roberts, Chair
Val McGary
Michael McHugh, Chair-Elect
Jane Nolden
Barbara Hanson, Secretary
Rhonda Paver
Jeff Turner, Treasurer
Tracey Sharples
Brian Alton
Lumeris, Inc.
Wells Fargo
Dell Inc.
Stepping Stone School
Community Volunteer
S & B Properties
Rev. Michael J. O’Connell,
Visionary Founder and Secretary
Church of the Ascension
Michael McHugh, Treasurer
Sandra Davis, Ph.D., Past Chair
Sandra Roers, Vice-Chair
NEPC
Ruth Hendrickson
UnitedHealth Group
Chuck Mooty
Faribault Woolen Mill Company
John Potter
PwC
Rebecca Powers
Innovation +
Amanda Smith
Morgan Lewis
Securian Financial Group
Hillcrest Capital Partners
McClay Alton
Marquette Asset Management, Inc.
Deb Burke
U.S. Bank
Dominic Ciresi
Community Volunteer
Roers Development, Construction,
Property Management
Brian Donohue
Jeff Volk, Treasurer
Rev. Loyace Foreman
Moore Engineering, Inc.
Mary Lou Dahms
Hospice of the Red River Valley
Ruby Kolpack
Cass County
Eveadean Myers, JD
North Dakota State University
Trish Schrom
M State
Peregrine Capital Management
New Vision Faith Center
Stacy Hanley
Thrivent Financial for Lutherans
Mark Houge
Cushman & Wakefield/NorthMarq
John Houlihan
U.S. Bank
Jim Kolar
PwC
Bill Svrluga
Andrea Hochhalter, Fargo-Moorhead
Community Outreach Consultant
Cathy Lambert
Kim Vanderwall
Retiring Trustees in 2011 or 2012
Neal Maglaque
WJS Consulting
Vanderwall Consulting
Austin Community
Board of Trustees
Melissa Gray, Chair
Community Volunteer
Stuart Hersh, Vice-Chair/Secretary
Stan Kaufman
American Federal Bank
Patricia Patron
Family Healthcare Center
Ecolab
Ameriprise Financial
Miquel McMoore
Supervalu
Ann C. Myers
Community Volunteer
Deanna Oliveira, Ph.D.
Hearing Components
Non-profit Consultant on Housing Affordability,
Accessibility and Code Compliance
Robin Pederson
Lisa Harris, Treasurer
Dale Perry, Ph.D
Community Volunteer
3M (retired)
Steve Christopher
Deborah Palmer Rich
Austin Community College
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Sr. Mary Margaret Mooney, Chair
GMB Mezzanine Capital
KC Connors
GMB Mezzanine Capital
John Beuerlein
Fargo-Moorhead Community
Board of Trustees
Presentation Sisters
MDA Leadership Consulting
Wipfli
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Community Volunteer
Robins, Kaplan, Miller & Ciresi (retired)
Sharon Sackett, Ph.D.
MDA Leadership Consulting
Susan Sands
S & B Properties
Kathie Battle Sayles
Southern Minnesota Regional Legal Services
Bill Schmoker
Wells Fargo
Carolyn Smallwood
Way to Grow
Christine Snodgrass
propel representative, ex-officio
Target
Jennifer Thulien Smith
Xcel Energy
Sharon Kennedy Vickers
Scott-Carver-Dakota Community
Action Agency
Brian Wenger
Briggs & Morgan
Carol Frey Wolfe
Frey Foundation
Ellyn Wolfenson
Coldwell Banker Burnet
Retiring Trustees in 2011
propel
propel brings together young professionals to
support Jeremiah Program through service
projects and social/networking events.
Erin Gwiazdon, Chair
LEVEL Brand
Sterling Shury, Vice Chair
Target
Christine Snodgrass,
Ex-officio Board Member
Xcel Energy
John McMahon
Ernst & Young
Barbara Rudnick
Rebecca Burns
Target
Allianz
Jeremy Striffler, Co-Secretary
Stephanie Friedland
Cushman & Wakefield/NorthMarq
Dorsey & Whitney
Alison Brueggemann
Sarah Skillrud
Graphic Designer
Community Volunteer
Steve Coleman
PwC
Charlene Dobbs
Golden Footprints Image Consulting
Ernst & Young
Best Buy
Jeremiah Works!
Volunteers dedicated to helping
Jeremiah Program participants prepare
for career-track employment.
Kristine Anderson
Loftness & Anderson, P.A.
Teresa Bell
TCF Bank
Patricia Berg
Careerpartners International
Capella University
Mae Brooks
Andrea Mac Arthur
Wilder Foundation
Community Health Charities
Kaley Mauzy
Community Health Charities
Shea Olson
Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church
Margaret Sagstetter
Joe Peris
U.S. Bank
Target
propel representative, ex-officio
Prestige Resorts & Destinations
Erin Sindberg Porter
Joan L. Ward
David Saber
Community Volunteer
Community Volunteer
Dominic Ciresi
Bryan Pattee
Tori Trobak
University of MN–Humphrey School of
Public Affairs, Masters of Development
Practice Candidate
Sarah Crawford, Co-Secretary
Jewish Family & Children’s Service
of Minneapolis
3M
Colleen Waterston
Best Buy
Katie Hosker
Pam Fricke
U.S. Bank
Allison Brady
Norb Conzemius
Cornelius & Associates LLC
Anders Ulness
Capella University
Jeff Frye
Iris Cornelius, Ph. D.
Prestige Resorts & Destinations
Retiring Committee Members in 2011
Beth Brady
Retired Banker, Business Owner
Tori Trobak
Yolanda Purdy, Resident Liaison
Leah Froehling
Community Volunteer
Ameriprise Financial
Target
Janna Adair-Potts
Target
April Thorsbakken
Greene Espel, P.L.L.P
Wipfli
Molly Schneiderman
Eileen Chanen
Thrivent
Mary Dedrick
Performark
Charlene Dobbs
Target
Aren Dold
Nursing
Kara Frank
Wellington Management
Claire Giancola-Belmares
Target
Barb Hydeen
American Indian OIC
Target / Graphic Design
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Jeremiah Works! Continued >
JEREMIAH PROGRAM LEADERSHIP as of May 1, 2012
Ben Gallagher
Gallagher Law Firm
Susan Goodman Isebrand
TempForce
Jenny Jefferds
Haigh, Todd, & Associates, Inc.
Executive Leadership
President & CEO
Hawi Baisa, Life Skills Coach
Perish Caldwell, Life Skills Coach
Shannon Moody
Kitchen Managers
Executive Director, Austin Campus
Vickie Allen
Consultant
Executive Director, Minneapolis & Saint Paul
Campuses
Loralean Jordan
Peggy Dissmeyer
Betsy Kragness
Karen Miley
Julie Johnson
Best Buy
Minneapolis Public Housing Authority
Director of Finance & Administration
Janet Ludden
Employer Solutions
Sue Moyer
Greater Twin Cities United Way
Amy Dillahunt, Grants & Communications
Manager
Taylor Kohl, Senior Accountant
Amy John, Operations Manager
Western Bank
Minneapolis & Saint Paul Staff
Michelle O’Kelley
Family Services
Stephanie Peterson
Mpls.St.Paul Magazine
Tiffany Peterson
U.S. Bank
Kathi Pitra
Cushman & Wakefield/NorthMarq
Kate Schmaltz
SALO
Christine Snodgrass
Target
Lori Troyer
TempForce
Judy Walker
Blue Cross Blue Shield
Lauri Zenner
Consultant
Judy Zimmer
SALO
Development & Marketing
Angela Woodhouse, Director of Major Gifts
& Special Events
Stephanie Payne, Annual Fund Director
& propel Liaison
Kari LeVan, Development Assistant
Interns
National Staff
Nicole O’Connell
TempForce
Dennis Linman
Michelle Samuels
Development Consultant
Chris Lamont
Securian Financial Group
Education & Employment
Gloria Perez
Beth Garland, Director of Family Services
Rebecca Putzer, Family Services Manager
Kate Germ, Volunteer Manager
Stephanie Thoma, Admissions Coordinator
Jamie Christianson, Program Assistant
Child Development Centers
Jerelyn Seth, Early Childhood Education
Director
Deb Brown, Child Development Center
Manager
Child Development Centers Teachers
Arminda Brooks
Missy Carr
Sally Falls
Rachelle Gordon
Emily Gross
Ashley Joubert-Gaddis
Ashley Jung
Katy Mason
LaSonda Moore
Adrienne Mounger-Lovely
Elise Olsen
Kim Prince
Annie Richardson
Wendy Schneider
Megan Sedivy
Kim Seefeldt
Eliza Streater
National Office
Mara Dahlby, University of Minnesota
Rachel Durkee, Macalester College
Fargo-Moorhead Community
Hannah Dissmore, North Dakota
State University
Minneapolis-Saint Paul Community
Yvonne Butler, Metropolitan State University
Tan Do, Macalester College
Allison Hasselman, Winona State University
Sharon Hwee, Macalester College
Andrea Lee, St. Catherine University
Morgan Roberts, Iowa State University
Maria Serakos, University of Notre Dame
Sarah Sieglar, Smith College
Andrea Tedford, St. Catherine University
Ian Williams, Concordia University
Special Thanks
AMBE, Ltd.
az-techs Computer Services
Faegre, Baker, Daniels LLP
Gray Plant Mooty
Property Solutions & Services
Melissa Streit, Consultant
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JEREMIAH PROGRAM VOLUNTEERS
National Volunteers
KC Connors
Sandra Davis, Ph.D.
Brian Donohue
Kathleen Fluegel
Ruth Hendrickson
Jan McDaniel
Michael McHugh
John McMahon
Chuck Mooty
John Potter
Rev. Michael J. O’Connell
Rebecca Powers
Susan Sands
Amanda Smith
Bill Svrluga
Jeff Turner
Kim Vanderwall
Austin Community Volunteers
Sandy Briley
JoAnn Farrell
Melissa Gray
Patti Halladay
Glenda Holmstrom
Dazzie McKelvy
Rebecca Powers
Julie Ray
Barry Silverberg
Ginger Simon
Ellen Vander Linden
Elizabeth Williams
Kay Wilemon
Fargo-Moorhead
Community Volunteers
Hope Adam
Carolyn Baana
Courtney Buskirk
Mary Lou Dahms
Deb Wendell Daub
Daniela Fergen
David Glatt
Janice Glatt
Karla Hanson
Dan Hurder
Kim Jeffries Brandt
Gayle Johnson
Shannon Roers Jones
Stan Kaufman
Cynthia Keough
Ruby Kolpack
Shannon Lang
Kari Larson
Gina Monson
Mary Margaret Mooney
Eveadean Myers
Megan Ness
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Larry Nygard
Martha Olsen
Patricia Patron
Danielle Paulus
Evelyn Quigley
Jamie Reimche
Jim Roers
Kristin Roers
Sandra Roers
Casey Sanders
Mary Schaefer
Ben Schroeder
Trish Schrom
Claudia Simon
Dale Terry
Michelle Turnberg
Jeff Volk
Amanda Volmer
Jill Waslaski
Minneapolis-Saint Paul
Community Volunteers
3M
Abigani Abdirahman
Hinnah Abid
Accenture Limited
Kelly Acker
Janna Adair-Potts
Angela Aird
Donna Albro
Michele Aldape
Danielle Allen
Marcie Allen
Jim Althoff
Bonnie Alton
Brian Alton
Ayelevi Amah-Tchoutchoui
Ameriprise Financial
Anchor Bank
Julie Anderson
Kristine Anderson
Jennie Antolak
Carol Arend
Shirley Arnold
Terri Ashmore
Mary Bach
Ginger Bailey
Jane Baker
Samantha Bakken
Holley Barreto
Anita Barry
Connie Barry
Michelle Barry
Phil Barry
Michelle Beck-Howard
MaryDon Beeson
Robyn Belisle
Heidi Bellefy
Anne Bendel
Charles Bendelsmith
Michael Bengston
Chelsie Benson
Sara Benzkofer
Kelsey Beranek
Emma Berg
Akleema Bergling
Erik Bergling
Zach Berglund
Helen Berhane
Rosa Berry
Cheryl Besse
John Beuerlein
Nicole Blaschka
Caroline Blodgett
Leah Boyd
Kimberly Boyenga
Allison Brady
Beth Brady
Kathy Brady
Emilie Branca
Christine Brandt
Catherine Breier
Bill Breon
Susan Breon
Jessica Brooks
Michael Brooks
Amiri Brotherson
Chad Brown
Shannon Brown
Alison Brueggemann
Delicia Bryant
Jenna Bryngelson
Patricia Brynteson
Karen Buggs
Chris Burgess
Debbie Burgess
Jackie Burgoon
Deborah Burke
Georg Ann Burns
Rebecca Burns
Penny Busch
Sarah Busch
Eugenia Canaan
Capella University
Danielle Carr
Sarah Caruso
Tara Cassidy
Christina Cerecedes
Cathy Challman
Callie Chamberlain
Eileen Chanen
Kristen Charette
Dominic Ciresi
Bruce Clark
Maureen Coffey
Venesha Cogshell
Steve Coleman
Comcast
Concordia University
Elizabeth Conley
Connie Leitner & Co.
Theresa Connelly
Jessica Connolly
Julie Conzemius
Norbert Conzemius
Margaret Cory
Sarah Crawford
Cretin-Derham Hall
Grace Cunningham
Joann Da Silva
Erin Dady
Audrey Dammer
Gretchen Damon
Sandra Davis
Grace Davitt
Constance De Dios
Denise Dejarlais
Sheila Delaney
Shelisa Demuth
Holly Denis
Ann DeTorre
Tillie Devane
Becky Diekmann
Katherine Dillon
Lynn Dixon
Tan Do
Charlene Dobbs
Tanya Dobbs
Carli Doers
Brian Donohue
Cheryl Dornfeld
Lori Dossett
Rachel Dougherty
Dunker Dames CFK
Karon Duckett
Carole Dunn
Jean Dunn
Patricia Eaves
Eden Prairie Noon Rotary
Alexander Edgerton
Edina Rotary
Keshia Edwards
Taryn Ellis
Sarah Ellsworth
Entertainment Protection Group
Stephanie Enwright
Belma Erdogan-Haug
Christine Erlenbusch
Pat Ernst
Phil Ernst
ESP IT Professionals
Expo Elementary School
Tracy Fagnan
Danielle Faribault
Tom Farnham
Ida Ferguson
Patricia Feste
Rachel Fish
Molly Fitzgerald
Marcus Fleming
Amy Fogel
Kelly Foley
Rev. Loyace Foreman
Katelynn Forliti
Kent Forrest
Chelsie Forys
Barbara Foss
Harold Fox
Dan Frailich
Jeremy Frank
Kara Frank
Lauren Frank
Sheila Frazier
Free Arts
Andrew Freeman
Mary Freeman
David Freier
Genevieve Freier
Pamela Fricke
Stephanie Friedland
Barbara Fritz
Jeff Frye
Alexandra Ganapes
Sophia Ganapes
Mary Gardner
Sirisha Garimella
Adam Garland
Dan Garland
Sharon Garth
Del Gates
Amy Gavel
Monique Gee
Katie George
Joan Geraghty
Virginia Giefer
Sharon Gifford
Nora Gilson
Katherine Ginkel
Robert Goepel
Sinan Goral
Barbara Gorski
John Gorski
Paula Gorski
Kaitlin Graham
Diana Granneman
Gray Plant Mooty
Greater Twin Cities United Way
Rick Grobovsky
Valerie Grogan
Guild of Catholic Women
Alexis Guillaume
Judy Gundersen
Mary Guscetti
Susan Guthrie
Erin Gwiazdon
Joan Haan
Dorothy Haffely
Jim Haigh
Hong Haijing
Janet Hall
Charles Hammond
Rich Hamson
Hands On Twin Cities
Beth Haney
Stacy Hanley
Barbara Hanson
Will Harens
Brittany Harris
Dan Hartman
Marialice Harwood
Nevin Harwood
Kristi Haselman
Andrew Haug
Alyssa Hawkes
Andrea Hayft
Greg Haywood
Jill Heltemes
Ruth Hendrickson
Kathy Henningsen
Laura Hentges
Erika Herrmann
Ann Herron
Sue Springer Hewitt
John Hey
Molly Hey
Sandy Hey
Jay Higgins
Bob Hildreth
Liz Hilton
Gretchen Hoff
Sara Hoffmeyer
Kimberly Hogan
Sam Holmes
Natasha Holt
Winona Holtz
Honoring Women Worldwide
Paula Horton
Katie Hosker
Mark Houge
John Houlihan
The House of Hope Presbyterian Church
Michelle Howard
Erin Hunt
Ches Hutchinson
Barb Hydeen
Iota Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc.
Portia Jackson
Jay Jacobs
Kim Jarnberg
Jenessa Jensen
Mary Jensen
Jeremiah Program Alumnae
Katrina Johansen
Kirsten Johnson
Molly Johnson
PJ Johnson
Ashley Joubert-Gaddis
Chris Jozwiak
Khawusu Kaba
Constance Kasella
Pamela Kaufman
Robert Keene
Jessica Kendall
Christine Kenske
Brian Kessler
Falisha Khan
Antoinette Kluck
Alicia Koenig
Diane Kokal
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Minneapolis-Saint Paul Community Volunteers Continued >
Jeremiah Program volunteers
Tori Kolste
Andrea Koran
Asya Korzo
John Kowalczyk
Eric Kramlinger
Marion Seeley Kreisman
Natalie Kroll
AnnaLisa Krupnick
Susie Kuller
Karen Kupfer Johnson
Theresa Kurth
Amber Lacy
Katie Ladas
Kathryn Lail
Ahnnica Lambrides
Karen Lanker
Mike Lapicola
Kelly Lassi
Kate Law
Eliza Leahy
Amanda Lee
Andrea Lee
Courtney Lee
Julie Lee
Connie Leitner
Audrey Lien
Carl Crosby Lehmann
Leonard Lindquist
Lookin’ to Cook CFK
Mary Beth Lorence
Elizabeth Lorentz
Brittany Lorsung
Hannah Ludens
Han Thuy Luong
Mike Lynch
Lindsay Lyons
Andrea Mac Arthur
Chris Magee
Neal Maglaque
Peggy Magnuson
Susan Mallison
Andy Manning
Bruce Manning
Julie Manning
Sarah Mans
Lauri Matenaer
Risha Mathur
Ritika Mathur
Kaley Mauzy
Matt McKenzie and Friends
Lois McCray
Colette McDonald
Michael McDonough
Michael McHugh
Tammy McIntyre
Carol McKay
Matt McKenzie
Kristin McKinnon
Leah McLean
John McMahon
Kathleen McMahon
Miquel McMoore
Donna McRoberts
Bailey Meyer
Cheryl Meyer
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as of December 31, 2011
Paula Meyers
Susan Meyers
Caroline Miller
Rhonda Miller
Minneapolis Community and Technical College
Katy Mitchell
Theresa Montminy
Mike Mooney
Robin Mooney
Denise Morelock
William Moyers
Hope Mullen
Molly Munson
Cassandra Murphy
Maribeth Murray
Michelle Myers
Angela Myles
Nola Nache
Susan Nache
Melanie Nebelsick
Aster Nebro
Amber Nelson
Brenda Nelson
Cora Nelson
Emma Nelson
Judy Nelson
Sherri Nelson
Daveen Nemerov
Jennifer Newman
Emily Nguyen
Duane Noecker
Kathlyn Noecker
Taya Norlander
Julie Novak
Michael J. O’Connell
Katie O’Hara
Maggie O’Hara
Precious Ojika
Tolu Ojoyeyi
Deanna Oliveira
Allison Olson
Lee Olson
Shea Olson
Brigid O’Malley
Michael Opitz
Olga Ornelas
Audra Otto
Robin Oxley
Anthony Pabst
Nicole Pagel
Deborah Palmer Rich
Maja Palmquist
Molly Papetti
Jaimie Parker
Linda Passon-McNally
Trusha Patel
Bryan Pattee
Joe Peris
Jose Peris
Dale Perry
Leslie Pesarchick
Andrea Peterson
Judith Peterson
Kristine Peterson
Pilgrim Baptist Church
Nick Pilney
Keona Pippins
Kathleen Pitra
Michelle Ploetz
Carson Prestegard
Michelle Price
Nicole Price
propel
Jacque Purdue
Yolanda Purdy
Sasanehsaeh Pyawasay
Jake Queen
Mathew Radford
Natasha Raisch
Ronika Rampadarat
Dionne Rashay
Felicia Ravelomanantsoa
Leah Raven
Teresa Reardon
Rose Regan
Ann Reidell
Nina Rekucki
Elyse Rethlake
Lashunda Roberts
Lauri Roberts
Morgan Roberts
Robert Romeo
Rose Rosario
Amy Rosenthal
Mary Rossi
Staney Rostad
Minneapolis-University Rotary Club
Barbara Rudnick
David Saber
Sharon Sackett
Nancy Sabin
Margaret Sagstetter
Saint Paul Sunrise Rotary
Mary Sample
Susan Sands
Stasia Saunders
Terry Saunders
Tara Sauter
Jill Sawyer
Kenneth Schaefer
Lauren Schafer
Anna Schield
Adam Schiff
Sally Schiff
Tricia Schillinger
Emily Schleif
Anne Schletty
Brian Schletty
Richard Schmoker
William Schmoker
Molly Schneiderman
Shannon Schottler
Emily Schulz
Christine Schwebel
Hannah Schweich
Maggie Scimeca
Lauren Scott
Annika Seaberg
Jared Selcer
Cathy Selin
Alissa Shafer
Phillip Sheridan
Kathleen Short
Britta Shroyer
Denise Shuck
Sterling Shury
Mary Sue Simon
Erin Sindberg Porter
Kate Singer
Sam Sirianni
Sarah Skillrud
Carolyn Smallwood
Sandra Smith
Christine Snodgrass
Heather Sonnek
Samantha Sonnenberg
Target Corporation
Christopher Taykalo
Temple Israel
Jennifer Thatcher
Jane Thompsen
Danielle Thompson
Lisa Thompson
Ali Thompson-Stucky
April Thorsbakken
Albertha Tokpa
Tradition Capital Bank
Victoria Trobak
Jeff Turner
Roddie Turner
UCare Minnesota
Anders Ulness
Martha Webb
Amy Wein
Ali Weiss
Brian Wenger
Morgan West
Western Bank
Rich Wetsch
Cynthia Wheeler
Ken Wheeler
Suzy Wheeler
Jen Wiechman
Sarah Wiekert
Ian Williams
Joan Williams
Lori-Anne Williams
Fred Williamson
Unity Church — Unitarian
University of St. Thomas
U.S. Bank
Margaret Usher
Sareth Van
Hannah Van Den Brandt
Kim Vanderwall
Christina Vang
May Vang
Esther Versalles-Hester
Sharon Vickers
Mikala Vig
Heather Vocke
Lynn Vrooman
Mary Lou Walburn
Todd Walker
Meredith Wank
Joan Ward
Colleen Waterston
Crustal Wisniewski
Kurt Witschorik
Lori Wohlrabe
Carol Frey Wolfe
Molly Wolfe
Women for Justice
Jane Wyatt
Ann Yekaldo
YouthCare
Lindsey Yue
Joseph Zender
Kim and her son, Ethen
Anne Sorenson
Chloe Souza
Ed Spencer, Jr.
Alissa Herron Super
St. Clement’s Episcopal Church
St. Thomas More School
Heath Stanton
Maria Stark
Cynthia Starkweather-Nelson
Megan Steckbauer
Susan Steger Welsh
Margot Stevenson
Tyler Stevenson
Lisa Stinchfield
Jeremy Striffler
Ann Sturm
William Svrluga
Jeff Sybrant
Margot Swift
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A TRADITION OF GIVING
Jeremiah Program’s sustainability is enhanced through the generosity of visionary
donors making legacy gifts and extraordinary accumulative gifts since 1995. Each
year we are humbled and grateful for the ongoing support and growth of these circles.
Michael J. O’Connell Society
The Michael J. O’Connell Society recognizes
individuals who have provided for Jeremiah
Program in their estate plans, and honors Rev.
Michael J. O’Connell, our Visionary Founder.
Brian Anderson
Delia & Tyrone Bujold
Delores A. Buller
Darlene J. & Richard P. Carroll
Nancy & Robert Christensen
Eileen Cooke
John J. Frey
Barbara J. Hanson
Marialice & Nevin Harwood
Robin Keyworth
Caryn E. Lindsay
Charlene & Michael McHugh
Karen Miley
Rev. Michael J. O’Connell
Gigi & John Ossanna
Gloria Perez
Deborah Palmer Rich
Margaret & Steven Sagstetter
Susan & William Sands
Kit & Dick Schmoker
Melissa Streit
William Svrluga
Joan L. Ward, Ed.D.
Kathleen & Brian Wenger
Jane & Oswald Wyatt
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Visionary Circle
The Visionary Circle recognizes extraordinary
levels of accumulative giving since 1995.
Anonymous (2)
3M Foundation
American Bank
Ameriprise Financial
Fred C. and Katherine B. Andersen Foundation
Assumption Catholic Church
The Barry Foundation
Marilyn & Frank Beddor *
Nancy & John Berg +
William Bieber
F.R. Bigelow Foundation
Patrick and Aimee Butler Family Foundation
Buuck Family Foundation
Ceridian Corporation
Charlson Foundation
Cheryl Commers
Daniel Commers
Virginia & Lawrence Coss
Sandra & Lynn Davis +
Deluxe Corporation Foundation
Eileen Donovan *
Mary & Ernie Dorn
Julie & Edward Flaherty
Barbara Forster & Larry Hendrickson
Frey Foundation
John J. Frey & Jane Letourneau
General Mills Foundation
Mary Jo & Philip Grathwol *
Greater Minneapolis Council of Churches
Greater Twin Cities United Way
Ruth & Daniel Haggerty
House of Hope Presbyterian Church
Houses of Hope Fund
Kopp Investment Advisors
John Larsen Foundation
Jean & Laurence LeJeune
Dusty & George Mairs *
Mardag Foundation
McGlynn Family Foundation
Rosalyn & Burton McGlynn *
Charlene & Michael McHugh
Connie & John McMahon
The Minneapolis Foundation
The Moody Foundation +
John Morgan
Sheila Morgan
Frank Mullaney *
Rev. Michael J. O’Connell
Dee & Bob Oliveira
Jay and Rose Phillips Family Foundation
Gerald Rauenhorst Family Foundation
RBC Dain Rauscher Foundation
River Rock Foundation
The Saint Paul Foundation
Saint Paul Travelers Foundation
Susan & William Sands
Sauer Childrens Renew Foundation
Kit & Dick Schmoker
Richard M. and Sandra J. Schulze Family Fund
of The Saint Paul Foundation
Steiner Family Fund of The Minneapolis
Foundation +
Judy & Frank Sunberg
Target
US Bancorp Foundation
Wells Fargo Foundation Minnesota
Carol Frey Wolfe & Dan Wolfe
Xcel Energy Foundation
René & Rick Zona
* deceased
+ new in 2011
Caitlin
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A TRADITION OF GIVING
National Contributions
Donors committed to helping Jeremiah Program
fulfill its goal of serving women, children and
communities throughout the nation.
$10,000+
Connie & John McMahon
Susan & William Sands
$5,000–$9,999
Sandra Davis, Ph.D. & Lynn Davis
Lucy Gerold & Bill Svrluga
Amy Hubbard & Geoff Kehoe
Charlene & Michael McHugh
Rebecca Powers
$1,000–$4,999
Peggy & Dale Dissmeyer
Kathleen Fluegel, Ph.D.
Melissa Gray
Karen & David Miley
Gloria Perez & John Harens
Lori & William Peterson
Kim & Jan Vanderwall
$500–$999
Sue Hayes
Patricia Healy Janssen & Chris Janssen
Rev. Michael O’Connell
Amanda Smith
$1–$499
Karen Bachman & Dr. Robert Fisch
Carol & William Beadie
Nancy & Charles Berry
Jean & Dan Biersdorf
Ronnie & Roger Brooks
Heidi & Brock Christianson
Jane & Mark Chronister
Sean Conners
Catherine & James Cook
Kent Gerard Forrest
Lori & Doug Fuller
Janel & Brian Goff
Lisa Griebel
Tamala & Michael Hagen
Concetta & David Hall
Barbara Hanson & James Deger
Larry Hanson
Rochelle & Mike Hanson
Susan & Jason Harens
Marlys & Dave Harens
Virginia Harens
Sandra & Thomas Hayes
Jean Henjum & Gerald Flannery
Patricia & Peter Irvine
Barbara Jeanetta & Mark Richardson
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Jean Wennerlyn Johnson
Cecilia Jordan
Phyllis Karasov & Alan Olstein
Mary & Joe Kernan
Ellen & Young-Nam Kim
Susan & Jeff Lambert
Reed Larson
Audrey Lien
Leonard Kelley Lindquist
Barbara Lothe
Cheryl & William Marek
Debra & Robert Marshall
Tara & Paul Mattessich
Mr. & Mrs. Gregory Morales
Bonnie Morris
Karen Mulhausen
Mary Ellen Murphy
Marvin Pertzik
Anita & J. Patrick Plunkett
Faye Price
Virginia Read
Lauri & Jim Roberts
Michele Rock
Barb Rose & Chuck Lentz
Amy Rolando-Sexton & Scott Sexton
Debra Sit & Peter Berge
Sharon & James Smith
Susan Stiles & Jeffrey Robins
Nancy & Denis Stoddard
Susan Thomson
Dana & Peter Tountas
Sandra Vargas
Cindy Wardell & Brad Viessman
Austin Community Donors
$500–$999
Anne Esbenshade & Michael Miele
Patti Halladay
$1–$499
Cathryn Dorsey
JoAnn Hayes Farrell & Edmund Farrell
Betsy Foster
Patricia & Robert Hancock
Gil Jester
Julie McElrath
Christine Miele
Alice & Mark Mueller
Libby Santos
Lee Schnelle
Marcia and Barry Silverberg
Audrey and Clark Wilson
Fargo-Moorhead
Community Donors
$10,000+
Presentation Sisters
Sandra & Jim Roers
Jeanie & Jeffry Volk
$1,000–$9,999
Drayton Foods LLC
Andrea & Donald Hochhalter
Norma Kiser-Larson
Eveadean Myers, J.D. & Dr. Deland Myers
Kevin Ross
State Bank & Trust
Amanda & Chris Volmer
Women in Networking
$500–$999
Entrepreneurs Foundation of Central Texas
Glenda Holmstrom
Rebecca Powers
Tracey and Brian Sharples
Helen Bjornson
Brickyard Creek
Mary Lou & Greg Dahms
Fargo-Moorhead Area Foundation
The Forum
Susanne & Stan Kaufman
Richard & Diane Kohler
Heidi & Jamie Middel
Regina & David Monson
Trish Schrom
David Schultz
$1,000–$4,999
$1–$499
$500,000
The Moody Foundation
$50,000–$499,999
Kay and Stan Wilemon
$5,000–$49,999
Barbara Ellis
Melissa Gray
Charlotte Herzele
Shannon Moody
Claudia & Dale Anderson
Carolyn Baana
Megan Ellefson
Elizabeth & Robert Gibb
Barbara Hanson
Cheryl Knudson
Ruby Kolpack
Jill & Robert Majkrzak
Tim Mathern
Mary Margaret Mooney
Bernie Ness
Rhonda & Bernie Ness
Lynette Nygaard
Patricia Patron
PEO Chapter BB
Kristi Richman
Jill & Shane Waslaski
Lori Mertens
Ray Ridl
Deb Wendel Daub
Jakelle Cornell
Isla Law
Gifts to the Endowment for
Minneapolis & Saint Paul
Campuses
Nancy & John Berg
Susan & William Sands
Eileen Donovan and Michele Muno
Memorial Fund
Cathy & Bill Budzyn
Eileen Donovan
Mary & Kevin Donovan
Rosemary & Daniel Donovan
Sara Donovan & John Farrish
Virginia Liston
All gifts in memory of Eileen Donovan
(please see “Gifts in Memory” section).
Dick and Kit Schmoker Fund
Kit & Dick Schmoker
Minneapolis-Saint Paul
Community Donors
$75,000+
Frey Foundation
$50,000–$74,999
Fred C. and Katherine B. Andersen Foundation
Greater Twin Cities United Way
Target Corporation
$25,000–$49,999
Ameriprise Financial
Patrick and Aimee Butler Family Foundation
Charlson Foundation
General Mills Foundation
Carol Frey Wolfe & Dan Wolfe
The Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation
B.C. Gamble and P.W. Skogmo Fund of
The Minneapolis Foundation
SPEDCO Economic Development Foundation
of The Saint Paul Foundation
Think Mutual Bank
$10,000–$24,999
Anonymous (1)
Christine & Bill Bluhm
Briggs and Morgan, P.A.
Buuck Family Foundation
Janet Cataldo
Deluxe Corporation Foundation
Terry Devitt
Giving WoMN
GMB Mezzanine Capital, L.P.
Haggerty Family Foundation
Elizabeth & Van Hawn
House of Hope Presbyterian Church
Houses of Hope Fund
Kinney Family Foundation
John Larsen Foundation
Jean & Laurence LeJeune
Jane Letourneau & John Frey
The James B. Linsmayer Foundation
Charlene & Michael McHugh
Minnesota Twins
Casey Albert T. O’Neil Foundation
Lauri & Jim Roberts
Robins, Kaplan, Miller and Ciresi, LLP
Susan & William Sands
Sauer Children’s Renew Foundation
Ellen and Scott Sayer Charitable Fund of
The Catholic Community Foundation
Kit & Dick Schmoker
Steiner Family Fund of The Minneapolis
Foundation
Thomson Reuters
Thrivent Financial for Lutherans Foundation
Travelers Foundation
Noelle & John Turner
Turner Family Foundation
US Bancorp Foundation
Donna Welsh
Wells Fargo
Xcel Energy Foundation
$5,000–$9,999
Anonymous (2)
Associated Anesthesiologists, PA
Best Buy
William Bieber
City Club Foundation
Winkie & William Coyne
Cameron & Brian Donohue
Mary & Gregg Dourgarian
Ecolab, Inc.
Edina Realty Foundation
Edward R. Bazinet Foundation
Ernst and Young, LLP
Beth Garland
Lucy Gerold & William Svrluga
Gilligan Foundation
Great Clips, Inc.
Hardenbergh Foundation
Hayes Fund of HRK Foundation
Katherine Hayes
Amy Hubbard & Geoff Kehoe
R.C. Lilly Foundation
Lowry Hill
Mairs and Power, Inc.
Marquette Asset Management, Inc.
Marquette Real Estate Group
Aedie & John McEvoy
Connie & John McMahon
Minneapolis Women’s Rotary
The Mortenson Family Foundation
Norwest Mezzanine Partners
Deanna & Bob Oliveira
Gloria Perez & John Harens
Plymouth Congregational Church in
Minneapolis
RBC Foundation — USA
Deborah Palmer Rich & Kenneth Rich
River Road Foundation
Margaret & Steven Sagstetter
Securian Foundation
Pamela & Michael Sime
Boyd Stofer
TSI Incorporated
Wellington Management, Inc.
Wipfli, L.L.P.
$2,500–$4,999
Thomas Abood
American Bank
BNSF Foundation
Beth Brady
Briol and Associates, PLLC
Delia & Tyrone Bujold
Mary Butts
Catholic Community Foundation
Ann & Michael Ciresi
Anne Colombo & Mark Houge
Jan Conlin & Eugene Goetz
Mary Ellen & Norbert Conzemius
Cushman & Wakefield/NorthMarq
Real Estate Services
Sandra & Lynn Davis
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Leslie & Gale Frazier
Pamela & Len Fricke
Jeff & Mindy Frye
Arthur J. Gallagher & Co.
Gray Plant Mooty
Barbara Hanson & James Deger
Marialice & Nevin Harwood
Ruth Hendrickson & Chad Bounds
Rick & Karen Herreid
Sandy & John Hey
The House of Hope Presbyterian Church
Julie & Thomas Hurley
Jennifer & PJ Johnson
Susie & Hart Kuller
Suzanne & Andrew LeFevour
Kathleen Lundberg & Charles Batko
Heike & Neal Maglaque
The McDevitt Foundation of The Saint Paul
Foundation
Kathy and Tom Miller Foundation
The Minneapolis Foundation
Gigi & John Ossanna
Peregrine Capital Mangement, Inc. Fund of
The Minneapolis Foundation
Diana Gulden & Jose Peris
Vivian & Dale Perry
Kathleen Pitra
Elizabeth C. Quinlan Foundation, Inc.
Suzanne & James Riesterer
Dorothy Rittenhouse Fund of The Saint Paul
Foundation
Margaret & Jose Rodriguez
Matthew Schliep
Mark and Ann Schulze Family Fund of
The Minneapolis Foundation
Mary Sue & Steve Simon
Think Small
Kim & Jan Vanderwall
Watson Family Fund of The Minneapolis
Foundation
Francine & Philip Weber
Kathleen & Brian Wenger
Western Bank
Women of Influence Giving Circle of the
Women’s Foundation of Minnesota
Angela Woodhouse
$1,000–$2,499
Anonymous (3)
Janna Adair-Potts & Steve Potts
The Allegro Fund of The Saint Paul Foundation
Vickie Allen
Bonnie & Brian Alton
American Center for Philanthropy
Susan & Lloyd Armstrong
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Ginger & Walt Bailey
Margaret Baird
Michelle & Phillip Barry
Gay & Ronald Baukol
John and Ruth Bergerson Family Fund of
The Minneapolis Foundation
Cindy & John Beuerlein
Mary & Joseph Bianco
Bonnie & Phillip Bifulk
Cynthia Bongard
Mary & Chad Bovee
Allison & Todd Brady
Christine Brandt
Priscilla & J. S. Braun
Barbara Brin & John Beal
Susan Harker Brunn
Susan Busch Nehring
Danis & Richard Byrd
Campbell Foundation
Deanna Campbell
Capella University
Josephine Benz Carpenter
Grace Child
Nancy & Robert Christensen
Chanpen & Dominic Ciresi
Laura Clay & David Colby
CRP Holdings
Carol & Kim Culp
Karayn & Edward Cunnington
Betty Dahlberg
Mary Lou & John Dasburg
Ann & Scott Dayton
Holly & Francis Denis
Peggy & Dale Dissmeyer
Kareen & Bill Ecklund
Kathryn Ehrhard
Marilee & Robert Elsholtz
Ellen & Robert Estes
Mary & Ty Estlick
Executive Women International
Beverly Fink
Richard and Beverly Fink Family Foundation
Brion Finlay
Paulette Flynn
Carlene & John Forsythe
Fredrikson & Byron, P.A.
B.J. & John French
Brenda Gempler
The Arthur & Constance Goodman Family
Foundation
Michael Hall
Hauer, Fargione, Love, Landy &
McEllistrem, P.A.
Herr Family Foundation
Winston Hewett
Maren & William Hoch
Jamie & Scott Honour
Mary Jane & John Houlihan
HRK Trust Company
Nora & Dennis Hunchar
The John and Ruth Huss Fund of The Saint Paul
Foundation
Bernadette & Jeffrey Janisch
JB Hudson
KC Connors & David Johnson
Deb & Michael Jonikas
Marlene & Thomas Kayser
Andrew Kiernan
Kopp Family Foundation
Sheila & Stephen Lieberman
Gloria & Barry Lindquist
Mary Ellen & John Lundsten
Kathleen F. and David W. MacLennan Fund of
The Minneapolis Foundation
Diane & Tim Madden
Carrie & Michael Madison
C. Peter Magrath
Carolyn & Bob McClay
Lynne & Paul McDonough
Barbara & Dennis McFadden
Elizabeth & Bill McGeveran
Miquel Purvis McMoore
Harry McNeely
Donna McRoberts
Jeri Meola & Judy Osborne
Karen & David Miley
Minneapolis Southwest Lions Club
Minnesota Association for Justice
Judy & Peter Mitchelson
MOA Marketing, Inc.
Sandra & C. Robert Morris
Mount Zion Temple
Cassandra & Tim Murphy
The Nash Foundation
Catherine & Ford Nicholson
The Nicholson Family Foundation
Earl D. and Marian N. Olson Fund of
The Saint Paul Foundation
Nolan O’Neill
Julie & Patrick O’Neill
Margaret Ostrander
Karen & Michael O’Toole
Heather & Jeffrey Page
Suzanne & William Payne
Lori & William Peterson
Carl and Eloise Pohlad Family Foundation
Leann Rabaey & Shawn Enderlin
Mollie & Tom Raih
Herman Ratelle
Jim and Chriss Renier Scholarship Fund of
The Catholic Community Foundation
Laurie Rivard
Janet Robert
Lois Rogers
Jessica Rosenberg
Hart Rosenblatt
Cathy & Jeff Ruehl
Sharon Sackett, Ph.D.
Martha & William Saul
Susanne & Michael Scherer
Cindy & William Schmoker
The Summer Fund
Stanley Thompson
Victoria Trobak
Leslie & John Turner, Sr.
The Karen Viskochil Fund of
The Minneapolis Foundation
Theresa Ward
Catherine & Steven Webster
Lucy Wieland & William Mauzy
Kim & David Williams
Karen and Norbert Forester Winter, Jr. Family
Foundation of The Saint Paul Foundation
Thomas Schreier, Sr.
Erin Sindberg Porter
Kate & Steven Singer
Slaggie Family Foundation
Christine Snodgrass
Social Capital
Nancy Somers
Roxanne & Bill Soth
Harriet and Edson Spencer Foundation of
The Minneapolis Foundation
Valerie & Edson Spencer
Mary Lynn & Warren Staley
Meg & Scott Stevenson
Ruth Stewart Family Foundation
Kathleen & Benedict Stroh
Jane M. and Oswald S. Wyatt Fund of
The Minneapolis Foundation
Barbie & Ray Zehr
Nancy Zingale & William Flanigan
$500–$999
Anonymous (1)
3M
Rocky Agrawal
Donna Allan & William Mahlum
Gail Andersen
Steven Anderson
Catherine & Gary Ballman
M. Abigail Barrett
Jean & Marv Bauer
Rita & Richard Berens
Emma Berg
Best & Flanagan LLP
Laura Bishop
Linda & Philip Boelter
Jennifer Brandl
Courtenay Brown & Whitney Burroughs
Deborah & Jim Burke
J. Donald Burns
Nancy Bussiere
Church of the Assumption
Laura Cina
The Comcast Foundation
Elizabeth Conway & Matt Kane
Robert Conzemius
Jeanne Corwin
Sue Cummings
Kimberley Monahan Dady & J. Michael Dady
Denise Danisch
Martha Dayton & Tom Nelson
Gayle & Tim Devries
Amy Dillahunt
Kim & Tim Donaldson
Sharon El-Amin
Fawcett Family Fund of The Saint Paul
Foundation
Mike and Linda Fiterman Family Foundation
Kathleen Fluegel, Ph.D.
Stephanie Fox
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Flo Francis
Frenzel Foundation
Felicia Froe
Ann Furst
CJ Gade
Gallagher Law Firm
Pamela Georgeson
Beverly & Stan Geyer
Gig Ginkel
Terrence Glarner
Carol & Lawrence Goode
Connie & Eric Gore
Nancy & Rick Grobvosky
Groupon
Guild of Catholic Women
Mary & Marnix Guillaume
Gulf Coast Community Foundation of Venice
Jenny & Steven Gullickson
Erin & Bryan Gwiazdon
Stacy Hanley
Blanche & Thane Hawkins
Sue Hayes
Gingi & Bill Hickey
Jay Higgins
Laura & Thomas Hockert
Patty & Tom Holloran
Michelle Horovitz
Sarah Hudleston
Kathryn Hurley
Samantha Hurley
Beth & Jim Ignaut
Itasca Consulting Group, Inc.
Benjamin Jaffray
Patricia Healy Janssen & Chris Janssen
Lucretia & Franklin Jesse
Peter Johnson
Joan Hershbell & Gary Johnson
Judy & Del Johnson
Ann & Rollins Juhnke
Janice & David Kastelic
Sandra & Mark Kaster
Kimberly & Garry Kieves
Larry Korf
Sara Krasny
Dianne Krizan
Carolyn & Valerian Kuechle
Janet & William Kwasny
Twink & E. Joseph LaFave
Marie & Thomas LaForce
Maureen Lahr
Leadership Transitions, Inc.
The Tom and Mary Gerry Lee Family
Foundation of The Saint Paul Foundation
gifts as of December 31, 2011
Bridget LeFevour
Gloria Lenzen
Kari LeVan
Liberty Diversified International
Kerry & Paul Mahoney
Mary Ellen Malone
Rev. John M. Malone
John and Ann Marie Marshall
Kathryn May
Mary McCarten & Stephen Doyle
Lawrence and Andrea McGough Charitable
Fund of The Catholic Community Foundation
Susan & Thomas McGuire
Kathleen Mcreavy
Cyndi McReavy-Seitz & Kent Seitz
Aija & Tom Meehan
Paula Meyers
Mary & Timothy Miley
Minneapolis-University Rotary Club
Ann C. Myers
Melissa Nazal
Kathlyn & Duane Noecker
Rev. Michael J. O’Connell
Michelle Oelke
Virginia Orth
Doris Palmer
Suzanne & William Payne
Val & Robin Pederson
Ronald & Arlyce Peltier
Phileona Foundation
Kathleen Pinkett
DeLinda Price
Mary Purdey
PwC
Kristine Rhodes
Jill & Jon Riley
Riverbridge Partners
Joanne & Jerry Robertson
Sandra Roe
Barbara & Lawrence Rudnick
Daniel Ruth
Mary & Kenneth Schaefer
Susan Schneck
Molly Schneiderman
Shannon Schottler
Kathy & Brian Short
Laura Sindberg
Mary & Frank Skillern
Kay & Jeff Slack
Victoria & John Slagle
Drew Smith
Jeffrey Smith
Julia Sobania
Mary & Gary Stern
Leslie & Donald Stiles
Mary Dorsey Streed & Mark Streed
Ann Sturm
Arul Sundaram
Alex and Mollie Tankenoff Family Foundation
Tip Tipton
Robin Torgerson
Anders Ulness
Lauren Van Son
Sandra Vargas
Sharon Kennedy Vickers & Charles Vickers
Sarah Waite
Jennifer Watters
Tim Wegener
Beth & Myles Weinblatt
Wells Fargo Check Point MN
Linda & Robert Westenberg
Rich Wetsch
Annette & John Whaley
Connie Wilensky
Maureen & Fred Williamson
Elizabeth & Bruce Willis
The Ken and Nancy Woodrow Family
Foundation of The Saint Paul Foundation
Mike Wright
Andrea & Steve Yoch
Kristin Zazula & Eric Lavigne
Judy Zimmer & Louis Bass
$1–$499
Anonymous (6)
3M Foundation
H.J. Abbott, Jr.
Stefanie & Robert Adams
Jean Adams
Athena & Daniel Adkins
Raziuddin Ahmad
John Alden
Beth Alexander & LeAllan Estrem
Catherine Allan & Timothy Grady
Eden & Stephen Amos
Katherine Amundson
Sonja Andersen
Winnie Anderson
Steven Anderson
Nancy & Robert Anderson
Rev. Nancy Anderson
Drew Anderson
David Andreotti
Robert Andrews
Joseph Andrews
Kristen & Brett Angel
Terry & William Ankeny
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Brooke Anthony
Mimi Ariens
Anne Arthur
Marjorie & Eugene Audette
Marigold Avery
Karen Bachman
Gretchen & Steve Badalich
Josephine & Gordon Bailey
Molly Baker
Lauren Baker & Eric Black
Derrick Banks
Margaret Bannigan
Erik Barner
Lori & Bill Baron
Colleen Barriere
Marlys Barry
Connie Barry
Robyn & Jason Bass
Julie Batliner
Mike Baumann
Laura Baumgardner
Maureen Bausch
Carol & William Beadie
Kathleen Beal
Babette & John Bean
Patricia & Bernie Beaver
Douglas Bechtold
Carolyn & James Becker
Mary & Dennis Begalle
Shana Beisel
Kelly & Thomas Belich
Robyn Belongie
Deena Koenig & Mike Beltowsky
Ellen & Michael Bendel-Stenzel
Deanne Bennett
Jan & Gerald Benusa
Nancy & Charles Berry
Mich Berthiaume
Ann & Lawrence Bick
Jill Bickford
Rebecca & Bryan Billingsley
John Bilski
Rebecca Binder
Carolyn Bingham
Caroline & Clarence Birk
Njigia Bisong
Teresa Biss
Anne Bjerken
Rachel Bjorhus
Arika Bjorkedal
Astyn Bjorklund
Wendy Blackshaw
Mary Beth Blegen
Kerianne Blevins & Michael Walstrom
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gifts as of December 31, 2011
Mary Blissenbach
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota
Foundation
Shari & David Boehnen
Anna & Rich Bohaty
Mary & Peter Boo
Amir Bootherson
Joann Boraas
Nancy & Brent Bordson
Susan Boren
Betty & Marvin Borman
Aimee Bortnem
Sally & Michael Bosanko
Susan Bowden
Bowden & CYR & Mortel Attorneys at Law
Georgia & Dan Bowen
Norlin Boyum
Janet & Patrick Brady
Aviva Breen
Catherine Breier
Adam Breininger
Bremer Bank
Pat Brenna
Catherine & Gerald Brennan
Colleen Brennan
Jane Brenny
Pierre Brink
McKenzie Brink
Elizabeth & Richard Brink
Pamela & Philip Broat
Lonnie & Dave Broden
Ronnie & Roger Brooks
Helen Brooks
Amiri Brotherson
Robert Brown
Ellen & Peter Brown
Deb Brown
Claudia Bruber
Linda Ann Bruchu
Alison Brueggemann
Ellen & Philip Bruner
Jenna Bryngelson
Patricia Brynteson
Janet & Stanley Buczek
Cathy & Bill Budzyn
Colleen Buncher
Roger Burg
Debbie Burgess
Eric Burggraff
Elizabeth Burke & Kevin Grahek
Katharine & Charles Burke
Rebecca Burns
Rev. Dr. Joy Bussert
Jane & Jack Buxell
Christy Caboth
Brigadier General Sherian Grace Cadoria,
USA RET
Susan & George Calger
Jeanne & Thomas Campion
Julie & Rick Capocasa
Danita Carlson & Brian Thyr
Alejandra & Ben Carpel
Melissa Carr
Lynda & Paul Carr
Nancy & James Carrier
Arminda Carroll
Laura & Mike Cashill
Sharon Castle
Catholic Charities Diocese of Venice, Inc.
Jeanine & Malik Cavallo
Mary & Paul Cederberg
Central Presbyterian Church
Kristen Charette
Catherine & Steven Chavez
Sydna & Herbert Cheever
Rias Chial
Alessandra Chiareli & Michael Haase
Enakshi Choudhuri
Ann Streitz Christensen & Bruce Christensen
Jamie Christianson
Jane & Mark Chronister
Christine Cici
Aida & Ermin Cicic
Madeline Cieslak
Adam & Jennifer Ciresi
Julie & Dan Claar
Kathleen Clarey
Michelle Clark
Kate Clasen
Bette & John Cochran
Mr. & Mrs. Norman A. Cocke III
Elizabeth & Nicholas Coenen
Maureen Coffey
Chris & Gary Cohen
Molly & Clement Commers
Mary Connelly
Jo & Ray Connelly
Debra Connelly
Andre Conner
Sean Conners
Julie Conzemius & Robert Metcalf
Catherine & James Cook
Iris Cornelius & David Washington
Maureen & William Cosgriff
Julia Costin & Mark Anderson
Janis & Kenneth Cram
Lucia & Stoddard Crane
Sarah Crawford
Lisa Crooks
Kitty & David Crosby
Dee Ann & Kent Crossley
Doug Crowther
Kate & William Cullen
Sheila & John Culligan
Elisabeth Culligan
Katherine & Terry Cummings
Pamela Curran
Carol & Ted Cushmore
Joni Czura
Bonnie Daly
Bonnie & Jim D’Aquila
Sharon & Stanley Dardis
Mary Schmid Daugherty
Susan & William Davern
Judith Davidson
Wendy & Doug Dayton
Julia Dayton Klein & Scott Klein
Anne & Steven De Coster
Bobbie & Thomas Deans
Sarah Decker
Daphne Dees
Carol & Stephen Degnen
Jason Delinsky
Vanessa Denis
Judith & Robert DeRoma
Catherine & David DeSutter
Ann & Mark DeTorre
Norman Dewitt
Amy & Mike Dickson
Kathy Diekmann
Katherine & Brendan Dillon
Jayne Discenza
Geraldine & Virgil Dissmeyer
Amy Dittel
Charlene Dobbs
Sarah Dobis & Michael Bauer
Shannon Dobler
Lori Dolan
M. Cathy & J. Donald Donahue
Kate & Doug Donaldson
Sara Donovan & John Farrish
Rosemary & Daniel Donovan
Mary & Kevin Donovan
Rosemary & Daniel Donovan
Mary & Ernest Dorn
Mike Doston
Marie & Keith Dotseth
Tanya Dreesen
Pat & Dave Drew
Elizabeth & W. John Driscoll
Jean & Douglas Dubbink
Karon Duckett
Colleen Duffy
Lynette Dumalag
Sybil Dunlop
Michele & Rory Durkin
Mary & Ralph Dwan
Virginia Dwyer
Wilfred Easter
Mike Echols
Bobbie Edelstein
Kristen Ehresmann
Mary & James Ehrhart
Erika & Nathan Eklund
Marilou & Don Eldred
Lori & Erik Ellingson
Jane Emison
Robert Engebretson
Laurene Engel
Sally Englund
Shannon Enright
Jo Ann & Larry Erickson
Mary & Thomas Ernst
Nancy & David Erpestad
Larry Espel
Bao Chau Espenson
Lindsay Estes
Anna Marie Ettel & James Mann
Dona Evans
Kelly Everhart
Elizabeth Ewens
Linda & Kurt Falkman
Sally Falls
Kelly Farrish
Abby Farr-Petterson & Kent Petterson
Marilee Fasching
Louise & Kurt Fasen
Fast Enterprises, LLC
Margaret & Thomas Faulhaber
Cheryl & James Faulkner
Janet Favorite
Gary Feblowitz
Nicole Ferguson
Kimberly Nicole Ferguson
Beverly Ferguson
Carla Ferrucci & Raeann Tressler
Patricia & David Feste
Katie Fetting
Patricia Fisher
Brad Fisher
Helen & David Fitzgerald
Debbie & Mark Flannery
Joan Flood
Suzanne Flotten
Sharon & Robert Flynn
Kathleen Flynn
Rev. Loyace Foreman & Dr. Jessica Foreman
Linda Foreman & The Honorable Mel Dickstein
Willis M. Forman
Kent Gerard Forrest
Marie Fors
Barbara Forster & Lawrence Hendrickson
Vickie Foster
Yvonne & Thomas Foster
Rita Fox
Deborah & John Fox
Eric Frampton
H. David Francis
Kara Frank & Jeremy Frank
Emily & Brad Frank
Margaret Franke
Nancy Frankenberry
Mary & Paul Freeman
Marilyn & Herbert Freier
Jerri Freier
Genny & David Freier
Bonnie & Bill Frels
Mary & James Frey
Ellen & Tomas Fridinger
Stephanie Friedland
Steven Fritze
Betty Fritze
Leah Froehling
Carole & Roger Frommelt
Lori & Doug Fuller
Margaret & Stephen Gadient
Jan & Thomas Gainor
Ellen Gallagher
Andrew Gallagher
Salena & Jeffrey Gallo
Joan & Jim Gardner
Robert Garfinkle
Garretson Resolution Group
Jenny Gassman-Pines & Ben Weeks
Melitta George
Sharon & Charles Gerlach
Nicole & Greg Gerlach
Annie Geyer
Virginia Giefer
Sharon & Craig Gifford
Deborah & Douglas Gilliland
Dee Gladish
Janel & Brian Goff
Megan & Daniel Goodrich
Katherine & Leon Goodrich
James Goodrich
Heather & Ben Goodwin
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Kathleen Gordon
Jocelyn & Jed Gorlin
Marsha & Mark Gorman
Shani Graber
Susan & Thomas Grande
Elizabeth Grande
Margot & Paul Grangaard
Lori Greenblat
Greene Espel
Lisa Griebel
Greta Grosch
Emily Gross
Karyn Gruenberg Goldstein
Kathryn & John Guhl
Allison Guidette & Fabrice Georis
Rochelle & Jim Gunn
Gurstel Chargo, P.A.
LeeAnn Gustafson & Ted Roberts
Melane Gustavson
Anne & Lee Hage
Susan Haigh
Edgar Hall
Concetta & David Hall
Judy & David Hallett
Barbara Hamilton-Sustad
Lisa Hane
Elizabeth Hanigan
Nancy Hanna
Jill & Tom Hansen
Diane & William Hansen
Rochelle & Mike Hanson
Lois & John Hanson
JoAnn Hanson
Debra & Rod Hanson
Amanda Hanson
Virginia Harens
Mary & Michael Harens
Marlys Harens
Bill Harper
Mary Harrington
Martha Harris
Frank Harris
Barbara & Ronald Harris
Paula Harter
Mary & Stuart Harvey
Leah Harvey, Ph.D.
Kathryn Hathaway
Janice Hathaway-Ott
Jan Haugland & Bill Horne
Beth Haukebo
Tammy Hauser
Jane & Charles Hawkins
Kathy & Terry Hayden
Andrea Hayden
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Mary Helen Hayes
Roberta Hunt & Timothy Heaney
Jill Heath
Janet & Brian Hellberg
Mary Heltsley
Marian Henderson
Tricia Hendren & Elizabeth Henderson Shreve
Ann Hengel
Jean Henjum & Gerald Flannery
Susan Henry
Chris Henz
Melanie & John Herber
Scott Hertogs
Julie & Wil Heupel
Kathryn & Patrick Hibbard
Jennifer Higgins
Glendora & Calvin Hilton
Tom Hines
Denise & Matthew Hinton
Courtney Hoard & Michael Erben
Kathleen & Robert Hochreiter
Ann Hoen
Karen & Randy Hoeschen
Eric Hoffer
Barbara Hoffman
Susan Holden
Anne Holloran & Curt Deering
Maxine & Jim Holm
Mary & Richard Holm
Torih Holmes
Aimee Holt
Colleen & John Hooley
Sara & Steven Hornberger
James Horsman
Katherine Hosker
Pat Hoven
Nancy Hovren & Alan Bovi
Sarah Howard
Donna & James Howard III
Shawntan Howell-Robinson
Bettina & Dennis Hoye
Jennifer Huber
Patricia & Bob Huberty
Janet Hughes & Matt Smith
Lori & Ron Hume
Rachel Hunkele
Kim & Willard Hunnewell
Kathy Hurd
Jacalyn Hurley
Monica Hustead
Angela Hutchinson
Katie Imholte
ING
Mary Ingebrand-Pohlad
Inscape Publishing
Elena Isaksonas
Molly Swengon & Brent Iserman
Frances Iverson
Evelyn Jackson
Joan & Jonathan Jacobs
Jason Jacobson
Erin Jansa
Jack Jasper
Barbara Jeanetta & Mark Richardson
Susan Jenkins
Michele Jenkins
Sarah & Roger Jensen
Maria & Scott Jenson
Kristi Jereska
Jesuit Retreat House
Wanda & Cliff Johnson
Audrey & Vint Johnson
Tracey Galowitz Johnson
Jennifer Goodman Johnson & Paul Johnson
Mary Beth & David Johnson
Katherine Johnson
Jodi Johnson & Chad Sturm
Jean Wennerlyn Johnson
Diane Johnson
Dawn Johnson
Darlene Johnson
Charlotte & Ward Johnson, Jr.
Carol & Ed Johnson
Deborah Johnson-Graham
William A. Jones, Jr.
Cecelia Jordan
Nancy & Jim Joyce
Ashley Jung
Nancy & Robert Kaczrowski
David Kaiyalethe
Lanre Kalejaiye
Elizabeth & Andrew Karre
Katerina Karter
Gina & Kurt Kastel
Linda & Robert Keene
Barbara & Charles Keffer
Mary Keirstead & Edward Swain
Laurel & Glenn Keitel
Patricia Johnson Keller & James Keller
Jane Keller-Malenfant & Eric Malenfant
Joanne Kendall
Jane Kerr
Dawn & Paul Kessler
Elizabeth Keyes
Elizabeth & R.B. Kiernat
Ellen & Young-Nam Kim
Tom King
Jessie & Mike King
Judy & Edward Kishel
Lynette & David Kjos
Mary Louise Klas
F. Alexandra & Robert Klas
Michele Lund Klegin & Timothy Klegin
Dee & Richard Kling
Kristina Klockars
Nancy Kluver
Karen & Steve Knapp
Mary & Giles Kobilka
Robin & Lonnie Kocina
Priscilla Koeckeritz
Dr. Lisa Koenig
Taylor Kohl
Judy & Thomas Koppy
Shirley & Virgil Koski
Thushanthi Kozlak
KPMG Community Giving Campaign
Cynthia & Thomas Kraack
Robin Kramarow & Jonathan Mintz
Bethann Kramer
Mollie Kreibich
Peggy Kubicz Hall & Edwin Hall
John Kueck
Ellan & Mike Kuenster
Suzanne & Frederick Kueppers
Toni & Keith Kuffel
Susanne Kukkonen
Alecia & Dale Kurschner
Tricia Simo Kush & Patrick Kush
Deborah LaBarr
Roxanne & Timothy Lackas
John Lalonde
Susan & Jeff Lambert
Pamela Lampert
Elizabeth & Andrew Landherr
Laura & Michael Landy
Holly Garland Langworthy & David Langworthy
Carol & Richard Lappi
Christine Lareau
Kathleen Larkin
Karen & John Larsen
Carolyn & Robert Laskey
Kelly Lassi
Marion & Merton Lassonde
Mary Jane & James Lauerman
Ann Laurent
Kate & Tom Law
Patwin Lawrence
Mary Ash Lazarus & Barry Lazarus Fund of
The Minneapolis Foundation
Debra & Robert Leaf
Shawn Leavitt
Julie Lee
Jeannine Lee & C. Roger Finney
Carl Crosby Lehmann
Andrew Leitch
Vivian Leith & Stewart Hudnut
Leonel Anthony Lemaire
Katherine Leman
Elaine Leonard
Gloria & Bill Levin
Susan & Bob Lewis
Betty Lia-Hoagberg & Rudolph Hoagberg
Audrey Lien
Michael Lind
Leonard Kelley Lindquist
Mechthild Lindsay
Dennis Linman
Kim Linster
Virginia Liston
Jane Lonergan
Jodi Lorbiecki
Barbara Lothe
Charlotte Lozier
Leah Luebbe
Natalie Lukan
Rev. Patricia Lull
Karen Lundegaard & Eric Muschler
Kate Lutes
Lindsay Lyons
Andrea & Doug Mac Arthur
Macalester College
Jean MacDonald
Christopher Madel
Maggie Maertz
Michael Maeser
Rebecca Magner
Rev. Katherine Austin Mahle & Steve Mahle
Cathy & Charles Maloney
Marcia Malzahn
Crystal Manik
SaraBeth & Phillip Mantia
Lynda & Bernard Maram
Pauline Marovskis
Debra & Robert Marshall
Janet Letnes Martin
Tim Marx
Medea Marxen
Kathleen Mason
Tara & Paul Mattessich
Kaley Mauzy
Susan & Edwin McCarthy
Sue McCarthy
Mary Pat & Kevin McCarthy
Susan McDonald
Marsha McDonald & Amos Rosenbloom
Colette & John McDonald
Ann McDonald
Sean & Britt McDonnell
Rachel McDonough
Mary Ann McGuire
Kara McGuire
Patricia & Gene McHugh
Yolanda McIntosh
Lisa & Martin McKinnon
McKnight Foundation
Kathleen McLaughlin
Malcom McLean
John McNeely
Marlene McQueen
Kelly McQuillan
Rebecca Meagher
Roberta Megard
Christine & David Mennen
Elizabeth Menninga
Mary & Robert Mersky
David Mertesdorf
Teresa Thein Meschini & Eugenio Meschini
Joan & Mike Michaud
Microsoft Corporate Offices-Bloomington
Athena Mihas
Judith Miller
Esta Miller
Margo Minich
Jordan Minich
Minneapolis Retired Teachers Inc.
Minnesota Continuing Legal Education
Minnesota Wire & Cable Co. Charitable Giving
Fund of The Saint Paul Foundation
Kelsey Minten
Kathleen & Joseph Mirocha
Patricia Mitchell
Charissa Mobley-Bennett
Karine & Paul Moe
Janice & James Moe
Mary Lou Mohn
Sheila & John Mohr
Deborah Monchamp
Mariann Montagne
Sandie Montgomery
LaSonda Moore
Dora & Gregory Morales
Carol & Michael Morgan
Morgan Stanley Smith Barney
Nolan Morice
Lynda & Fritz Morlock
Bonnie Morris
Greg Morrison
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Adrienne Mounger-Lovely
Michele Moylan
Dana Mucha
Belinda & Jim Muehlbauer
Karen Mulhausen
W. Edward and Mary Hester Mullin Fund of
The Catholic Community Foundation
Treana & Andrew Mungovan
Anne & John Munholland
Tim Murphy
Mary Ellen Murphy
Sue & Ken Murray
Neely & William Musgrave
Nylce Prada Myers & Jack Myers
Jane & James Mylrea
Terry & Robert Nelson
Kelly Nelson
Gail & John Nelson
Chris Nichol
Emily & Cole Niemeyer
Mark and Jackie Nolan Family Fund of
The Saint Paul Foundation
C G Nosan
Danny & Kimberlea Nygaard
Patricia & John Oakes
Sheila & Michael Oberg
Michael O’Brien
Clare O’Brien
Anne & James O’Brien
Jane Ochrymowycz
Lynne & Dan O’Connell
D. Ann O’Connell & Tom Weber
Catherine O’Connell
Bonnie O’Connor & Ron Hopfensperger
Kathleen & John Oertel
Nora & Richard O’Leary
David Oliver
Cindy & Carleton Olmanson
Elise Olsen
Shea Olson
Martha & Gary Olson
Joseph Olson
Michelle Olson & Loren Brueggemann
Phyllis Karasov & Alan Olstein
Brigid O’Malley
Janna O’Meara
Helen O’Meara
Tamara O’Neill Moreland &
Christopher Moreland
Conor O’Phelan
Oppenheimer Wolff & Donnelly LLP
Skip Orlady
MaryKay & Paul Orman
Mary Orr
Marjorie & Charles Ostrov
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gifts as of December 31, 2011
Audra Otto
Patricia & Lee Owens
Nan Padgett
Padilla Speer Beardsley
Mary & John Pagnucco
Joan & Jim Palmer
Amelia Parker
Sandy Parks
Sally & Thomas Patterson
Cori Paulet & Michael Herrmann
Lezlie Paulus
Stephanie Payne
Rhonda & Mark Peare
Mary & William Petersen
Nancy & Peter Peterson
Judith & Larry Peterson
Margaret & Richard Pfohl
Deanna Phillips
Jill & Gabe Pieper
Carleen & Nat Pieper
Randi & Frank Pintens
Marsha Pitts-Phillips
Lea Plonty
Peggy & Ed Pluimer
Anita & J. Patrick Plunkett
Jan Pomerantz & Everett Wilcox
Christina & Dwight Porter
Brenda Powell & Michael Jordan
Harriet & Walter Pratt
Kay & Dennis Prchal
Laurie Prebarich
Prince Hall District 1 Carnival
Project Unum
Beverly Propes
Shirley Propp
Emily Pryor Winton
Yolanda Purdy
Elizabeth & Paul Quie
Abby Sue & Ronald Rabinovitz
Mathew Radford
Donna & William Ramsay
Kathryn & Jim Ramstad
Sarah Rand
Mary Ann Randall
Alfred Rashid
Karen Rasmussen & Paul Zagaria
Virginia Read
Teresa Reardon
Barbara Redmond
J.H. & R.W. Reed
Josephine Reed-Taylor & David Taylor
Caitlin Reid
Suzanne L. Renwick
Geraldine Retzlaff
Carleen Rhodes
Heather Riddle & Michael McCue
Susie & Steve Roalstad
Jo Ellen & Stanford Robins
Michele Rock
Katherine Rogers
Amy Rolando-Sexton & Scott Sexton
Cheri & Arthur Rolnick
Elizabeth & Gerald Rosdahl
Barb Rose & Chuck Lentz
Susanne Rosen Bonfe
Nancy & Marc Rosenberg
Mary Rossi & Robert Schuette
Nancy & Everett Rotenberry
Dee & Jerry Rowe
Leslie & Thomas Rowles
Barbara & Phil Roy
Diane & Derek Rucker
Althea & Aaron Rupert
Bonnie Russ
Jennifer & Edwin Ryan
Mark Ryberg
Ewa & J. Anders Rydaker
Rosemarie & Morton Ryweck
David Saber
Twyla Sablak
Patrice Salmeri
Michelle Samuels
Jan & Dick Sandberg
Alice & Russell Sanoden
Kelly Santiago
Mary & Bob Satterstrom
Terry & Bill Schabel
Ryan Schabel
Mary Scherer
Warren Schimunek II
Wendy Schneider
Monica Schneiderman
Jennifer & Todd Schnobrich
Jodi Schoenauer
Kathleen & Peter Schuchardt
Barbara & Robert Schultz
Emily Schultz
Colleen Schwartz
Jules & Jon Schwingler
Mark Schwirtz
Patricia & Thomas Scott
Lauren Nicole Scott
Jennifer Scribner
Katie & Ken Searl
Joe Selvaggio
Jerelyn Seth
Gayle & Dick Severson
Chelsey Seys
Laura & Michael Shannon
Celia & James Shapland
Mary & Jack Shea
Vicki & Russell Sheaffer
Mary Sheedy Kurcinka & Joseph Kurcinka
Kerry Sheehy
Karla Sheehy
Jill & Charles Sheffler
Lauren Shelton
Carol & John Shorrock
Diannah Shurtleff
Sterling Shury
Sheila Sigecan
Janice Sigmund
Kimberly Simensen
Anne & Robert Simpson
Debbie & Mark Sims
Jennifer & Frank Sisser
Debra Sit & Peter Berge
Kelly Skaro
Sean Skibbie
Bonnie Skjod
Francelle & Charles Slocum
Carolyn Smallwood
Corey Smith
Kathryn Smith
Maureen Smith
Tracie & Daniel Smith
Polly Jo & John Snider
Sharon & Joseph Soderlund
Kathilyn Solomon
Constance Sommers
Gail & Peter Sorensen
Ellen & Arne Sovik
Mr. & Mrs. W. C. Spangenberg
Lynsi Spaulding
Sharon & Edward Spear
Donna & David Spencer
Kevin Sperle
Rabbi Adam & Cantor Rachel Stock Spilker
Connie & Robert Spreigl
St. Bridget’s Guild
St. John the Evangelist Episcopal Church
Tamara & Steven Stahn
Star Tribune
Susan Steger Welsh
George Stein
Susie Steinbach
David Stepanek
Lawrence Stern
Stiles Financial Services, Inc.
Matthew Stofen
Jennifer Strauss-Klein
Elizabeth & Dick Streeper
Melissa & John Streit
Sarah Stremcha
Jeremy Striffler
Jack Stuart
Sandra Sullivan
Mary & Francis Sullivan
Anita Sullivan
Erin & Peter Surdo
Paula & David Svendahl
Arlene & Tom Swain
Charlotte Swanson
Jeanne & Thomas Sween
Erin Halligan Hanson Tait & Adam Tait
Clare Tande
Philip Taylor
Sarah Taylor-Nanista
Harriet & Otto Teiken
George Thaler
Katherine Tharp
Anthony P. Thein
Lea & Jon Theobald
Robert Thimmesh
Lynn Thoele
Stephanie Thoma
Tony Thomas
Tammy Thomas
Michelle & David Thompson
Joan & Bill Thompson
Christopher Thompson
Martha Thornton
Jennifer Thulien-Smith & Jim Smith
Michael Tierney
Tracey & Steve Tipler
Judy & Daniel Titcomb
Cynthia Bullert Toms & Brian Toms
Elizabeth Toohey
Susan & John Trammell
Travelers Insurance South 4&5 Club
Nick Traxler
Barbara Trebisovsky
Kelly & Michael Trevenna
Susan Trudeau
Susan & Sean Truman
Janine & Tom Trutna
Thomas Turry
Susan Turry-Coyan & P. Gregory Coyan
Margaret & Tom Uehlin
William Underwood
Shirley Ungar
United Health Group
United Way of Greater Battle Creek
United Way of Southeastern Pennsylvania
United Way of the Wine Country
Elizabeth & Kent Urness
Margaret Usher
Trina & Scott Uttley
Nathalie Barbara van den Ende
Cindy Van Dusartz & Brent Walz
Sara Vandeventer
Joyce & Tony Vavoulis
Susan Vento
Nora Vernon
Angela Versalles
Mark Vesley
Erika Vetta
Rhonda & Lance Vicknair
Bradley Viessman
Susan Viking-Kueck
Mimi Villaume
Mike Vinyon
Visitation Monastery of Minneapolis
James Voll
Laurel Wade
Annette & John Wahl
Judy Walker & Gary Goetzke
Elaine Walker
Maxine Wallin
Maureen Kucera Walsh & Michael Walsh
Constance Walsh
Marilyn & Donald Walter
Mary Ward
Joan Ward, Ed.D.
Tom and Barbara Warner Family Fund of
The Minneapolis Foundation
Colleen Waterston
Wayzata Women’s Chorus
Lisa Weaver
Anna Weaver
Karin & Charles Webster
Kathy Wedl
Martha Wegner
Mary Wehmann
Elizabeth Weimelt
Jeanne & John Weingart
Minnie and Maurice Weisberg Family
Foundation Fund of The Saint Paul Foundation
Terry Welch
Jeremy Wells
Lisa Welter
Johanna Werner
Kathleen & Eberhard Werthmann
Joyce Wesolowski
Robyn West
Ardis Wexler
June & Richard Wheeler
Sue & Jack Whitaker
Susan & Robert White
Michelle & David Whitman
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Julia Whitnah
Kristen Wick
Judith & James Wicker
James Wickham
Frances & Frank Wilkinson
Jane & William Williams
Lori-Anne Williams
Jade Williams
Cheryl & Edmond Williamson
Alexis Willkander
David Wiltgen
Jane & James Wiltz
Whitney Windmiller
Lori & David Windschitl
Emily & R. Cameron Winton
David T. Wirig
Crystal Wisniewski
Beth Wodrich
Jerry Woelfel
Ann Reim Woessner
Lori Wohlrabe
Karen & Lewis Wolf
Ellyn Wolfenson & Mick Belzer
John Wood
Meredith Woodhouse
Ashley Woodhouse
Joanne Wright
Wilson Yates & Gayle Graham Yates
Kathy Young
Joan & Alexander Yue
Barbara Yurick
Linda & William Zelm
Matthew Zeltwanger
Wade Zick & Lalo Carter
Joan Zielke
Susan & Gregory Zoidis
René & Rick Zona
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gifts as of December 31, 2011
Gifts in Honor
The following gifts were made in honor of the
individual or occasion printed in bold, by the
person(s) listed below each honoree.
National Gifts
Gloria Perez & John Harens
Karen Bachman & Dr. Robert Fisch
Carol & William Beadie
Nancy & Charles Berry
Jean & Dan Biersdorf
Ronnie & Roger Brooks
Heidi & Brock Christianson
Jane & Mark Chronister
Sean Conners
Catherine & James Cook
Peggy & Dale Dissmeyer
Kathleen Fluegel, Ph.D.
Kent Gerard Forrest
Lori & Doug Fuller
Janel & Brian Goff
Lisa Griebel
Tamala & Michael Hagen
Concetta & David Hall
Barbara Hanson & James Deger
Larry Hanson
Rochelle & Mike Hanson
Susan & Jason Harens
Marlys & Dave Harens
Virginia Harens
Sandra & Thomas Hayes
Sue Hayes
Jean Henjum & Gerald Flannery
Amy Hubbard & Geoff Kehoe
Patricia & Peter Irvine
Patricia Healy Janssen & Chris Janssen
Barbara Jeanetta & Mark Richardson
Jean Wennerlyn Johnson
Cecilia Jordan
Mary & Joe Kernan
Ellen & Young-Nam Kim
Susan & Jeff Lambert
Reed Larson
Audrey Lien
Leonard Kelley Lindquist
Barbara Lothe
Cheryl & William Marek
Debra & Robert Marshall
Tara & Paul Mattessich
Charlene & Michael McHugh
Karen & David Miley
Mr. & Mrs. Gregory Morales
Bonnie Morris
Karen Mulhausen
Mary Ellen Murphy
Phyllis Karasov & Alan Olstein
Marvin Pertzik
Lori & William Peterson
Anita & J. Patrick Plunkett
Faye Price
Virginia Read
Lauri & Jim Roberts
Michele Rock
Barb Rose & Chuck Lentz
Susan Sands
Amy Rolando-Sexton & Scott Sexton
Debra Sit & Peter Berge
James Smith
Susan Stiles & Jeffrey Robins.
Nancy & Denis Stoddard
Susan & Dean Tomson
Dana & Peter Tountas
Kim & Jan Vanderwall
Sandra Vargas
Cindy Wardell & Brad Viessman
Austin Community Gifts
Lilly June Bohart
Barbara Ellis
Andrew & Clayton Dorsey
Cathryn Dorsey
Barbara Ellis
Glenda Holmstrom
Melissa Gray
Glenda Holmstrom
Christine Miele
Patti Halladay
Shannon Moody
Patricia & Robert Hancock
Glenda Holmstrom
Deborah Harner
Lee Schnelle
Lisa Harris
Shannon Moody
Glenda Holmstrom
Gloria Perez
Barry Silverberg
Janet Kuhn
Wendy Kyle
Shannon Moody
Elizabeth McAlmon
Barbara Ellis
Jessica McMillen
Shannon Moody
Sue Miele
Melissa Gray
Christine Miele
Rebecca Powers
Glenda Holmstrom
Syd Sharples
Tracey Sharples
Julia Smith
Shannon Moody
Fargo-Moorhead Community Gifts
Andrea Hochhalter
Gloria Perez
Sandra Roers
Lynette Nygaard
Minneapolis-Saint Paul Community Gifts
Vickie Allen
Karen & David Miley
Tanya Bell
Susan Sands
Dominic Berndt
Virginia Liston
Susie & Hart Kuller
Laurie Prebarich
Mary & Bob Satterstrom
Barbara & Robert Schultz
Vicki & Russell Sheaffer
Mary & Francis Sullivan
Cindy Van Dusartz & Brent Walz
Erika & Nathan Eklund
Dean & Pat Johnson
Jeremy & Kara Frank
Annie Jordan
Genny Freier
Mike Joyce
Linda Dufort
Beverly Ferguson
Bobbie Edelstein
Joan & Jonathan Jacobs
Emily & Brad Frank
Anonymous
Jerri Freier
Mimi Ariens
Sue Boehlke
Mary Frey
Anna & Richard Bohaty
Pam Fricke
Ben Boyum
Angelo Galiato
Mack Brink
Ann Geery
Susan & Bob Lewis
Pat Brenna
Crystal Wisniewski
Elizabeth & Richard Brink
McKenzie Brink
Walt & Darci Broich
Susan & Bob Lewis
Ann Bukoskey
Mary Ann Randall
Megan Ivory Carr & Thomas Carr
Margaret Bannigan
John Clarey
Genny & David Freier
Mary Ellen & Norb Conzemius
Catherine & Gerald Brennan
Jim Corcoran
Joanne Kendall
Jeanne, Maggie & Nan Corwin
Susie & Hart Kuller
Robert & Charles Crain
Linda & Philip Boelter
Cassie Cramer
Rebecca Meagher
Becky Diekmann
Kathy Diekmann
Sarah Discenza
Jayne Discenza
Peg Dissmeyer
Karen & David Miley
Jan Donais
Kathleen Pitra
Eileen Donovan
Rosemary & Daniel Donovan
Deborah & Douglas Gilliland
Carol Frey Wolfe & Dan Wolfe
Elizabeth & Bruce Willis
Clare Tande
Elizabeth & Andrew Karre
Jackson, Megan & Daniel Goodrich
Katherine & Leon Goodrich
Helen O’Meara
Gloria Perez
Joanne Kendall
Rochelle Hanson
Gloria Perez
Ellen Kim
Gloria Perez
Ashley Krysinski & Tyler O’Neill
Susan Sands
Amy Leanse
Susie & Hart Kuller
Gloria & Barry Lindquist
Joyce Wesolowski
Mechthild (Mikki) Lindsay
Dan & Megan Goodrich
James Goodrich
Tina & Dennis Hoye
Caryn Lindsay
Judy Graves
Mary Beth Lorence
Alison & Mark Halley
Marilyn Lustik
Jim & Dorothy Halverson
Kathleen MacLennan
Marialice & Nevin Harwood
Dorothy Maloney
Sue Hayes
Barbara McDonald
Sandy Hey
Kathleen McLaughlin
Kim & Stephanie Hoffman
Sylvia Menninga
Mary & Rick Homer
Karen & David Miley
Julie & Tom Hurley
Karen Miley
Judy & Thomas Koppy
Joan Hershbell & Gary Johnson
Karen & Lewis Wolf
Paula & David Svendahl
Gloria Perez
Sandy Parks
Susan & Bob Lewis
Linda & Philip Boelter
Jane & Jack Buxell
Jeanne & Thomas Campion
Virginia Dwyer
Sharon & Robert Flynn
Jan & Thomas Gainor
Wil and Julie Heupel Charitable Fund
Carol & Ed Johnson
Mary Beth & David Johnson
Bethann Kramer
Mary Pat & Kevin McCarthy
Susan Trudeau
Maria & Scott Jenson
Carol Frey Wolfe & Dan Wolfe
Cathy & Charles Maloney
Debbie & Mark Flannery
Susan Sands
Elizabeth Menninga
Susan Sands
Marjorie & Eugene Audette
Mich Berthiaume
Peggy & Dale Dissmeyer
Beth Garland
Pat Hoven
Susie & Hart Kuller
Vivian Leith & Stewart Hudnut
Joan & Jim Palmer
Gloria Perez
Laura & Michael Shannon
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Minneapolis-Saint Paul Community Gifts in Honor Continued >
A TRADITION OF GIVING
Frank Skillern
Roxanne & Bill Soth
Leslie & Donald Stiles
Barbara Taylor
Kelly Minten
George Thaler
Kelsey Minten
Mother’s Day
Maureen Coffey
Tom & Terri Murphy
Margaret Usher
David O’Brien
Susan Trudeau
Nolan & Paige O’Neill
Pat & Julie O’Neill
Susan Sands
Patricia & Robert Parks
Sarah Taylor-Nanista
Jill & Skip Thaler
Rodney Thein
Kathleen Beal
Carolyn Torney
Janice & James Moe
Virginia Trutna
Janine & Tom Trutna
Judy Tucker
Janice & James Moe
Peggy Uehlin
Lauri & Jim Roberts
Suzanne & Bill Payne
Linda & Philip Boelter
Carol Wade
Gloria Perez
Maureen Kucera Walsh
Leonor Perez
Weddings
Karen & David Miley
Gloria Perez
Jeri Pitra
Renee Pitra
Laurel Wade
Betty Fritze
Blanche Wolfe
Carol Frey Wolfe & Dan Wolfe
Yolanda Purdy
Carol Frey Wolfe
Jane Letourneau & John Frey
Dan Wolfe
Donna Allan & William Mahlum
Jo Ellen & Stanford Robins
Molly Wolfe
Deborah Palmer Rich
Guzzie Yager
Linda & Philip Boelter
Meg Rodriguez
Carol Frey Wolfe & Dan Wolfe
Christopher Sands
Susan & William Sands
Susan Sands
Courtenay Brown & Whitney Burroughs
Kathleen Fluegel, Ph.D.
Karen & David Miley
Gloria Perez
Lauri & Jim Roberts
Katherine & Steven Wellington
Gayle Graham Yates & Wilson Yates
Ann Schulze
Carol Frey Wolfe & Dan Wolfe
Donna Scott
Joanne Kendall
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Mary & Kevin Donovan
Steve Halladay
Shannon Moody
Rebecca Powers
Charlotte Reinhold Lorenz
Charlotte Herzele
Minneapolis-Saint Paul Community Gifts
Susan Anderson
Mary & Chad Bovee
Leo Bryon
Margaret & Steven Sagstetter
Reed Campbell
Deanna Campbell
Eileen Donovan
Janine & Tom Trutna
Jane & Ron Riggs
Austin Community Gifts
Eileen Donovan
Mamie Wolf
Kadie Portmann
Jane & James Mylrea
The following gifts were made in memory
of the individual or occasion printed in bold,
by the person(s) listed below.
Rosalie Cataldo
Lewis & Karen Wolf
Mary Ann & Bill Reilly
Gifts in Memory
Constance Walsh
Pamela & Len Fricke
Kathleen Pitra
Katherine Tharp
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gifts as of December 31, 2011
Carol Frey Wolfe & Dan Wolfe
Susie & Hart Kuller
Janet Cataldo
Abbott & Sturdivant families
Robert Andrews & Squad V
Lorraine & Sid Applebaum
James & Debbie Azeltine, Alicia, Alan & Andrea
Kelly & Thomas Belich
Jill Bickford
Teresa Biss
Boehringer Ingelheim
Bremer Bank
Bremer Bank Private Client Service Group
Colleen Brennan
Catherine & Gerald Brennan
Catholic Charities Diocese of Venice, Inc.
Kathleen Clarey
Elisabeth Culligan
Sheila & John Culligan
Katherine & Terry Cummings
Sharon & Stanley Dardis
Carol & Stephen Degnen
Kate & Doug Donaldson
Mary & Kevin Donovan
Sara Donovan & John Farrish
Kelly Farrish
Willis Forman
H. David Francis
Deborah & Douglas Gilliland
Kathryn & John Guhl
Melane Gustavson
Debra & Rod Hanson
Barbara & Ronald Harris
Jane & Charles Hawkins
Marian Henderson
Ann Hengel
Denise & Matthew Hinton
Charlotte & Ward Johnson, Jr.
Lynette & David Kjos
Dee & Richard Kling
Debra & Robert Leaf
Jodi Lorbiecki
Lowry Hill
Lynda & Bernard Maram
Marquette University High School
Jack Miller
Carol & Michael Morgan
Patricia & John Oakes
Gloria Perez
Deanna Phillips
Jan Pomerantz & Everett Wilcox
Nancy & Marc Rosenberg
Lori Sullivan
Sandra Sullivan
Molly Swengon & Brent Iserman
Judy & Daniel Titcomb
Jane & James Wiltz
Eileen Donovan & Michele Muno
Cathy & Bill Budzyn
Richard Garland
Beth Garland
Jimmiee Gaulden
Shannon Schottler
Val Glarner
Terrence Glarner
Nevin Harwood’s mother
Karen & David Miley
Helen Heising
Pat Brenna
Paul & Betty Kane
The Betty & Paul Kane Donor Advised Fund
Mary Murphy
Mary Ellen Conzemius
Connie Schrandt’s father
Margaret & Steven Sagstetter
Anna Schurz
Rev. Patricia Lull
Donald Simpson
Lewis & Karen Wolf
Rodney Thein
Anonymous
Marlys Barry
Robyn Belongie
Rebecca & Bryan Billingsley
John Bilski
Mary & Peter Boo
Norlin Boyum
Janet & Patrick Brady
Ellen & Peter Brown
Robert Brown
Linda Ann Bruchu
Mary Ellen & Norbert Conzemius
Maureen & William Cosgriff
Dee Ann & Kent Crossley
Daphne Dees
Shannon Dobler
M. Cathy & J. Donald Donahue
Mary & James Ehrhart
Robert Engebretson
Anna Marie Ettel & James Mann
Helen & David Fitzgerald
Nancy Frankenberry
Genny & David Freier
Bonnie & Bill Frels
Steven Fritze
Melanie & John Herber
Barbara Hoffman
Susan Jenkins
Jane Keller-Malenfant & Eric Malenfant
Elizabeth Keyes
Elizabeth & R.B. Kiernat
Judy & Edward Kishel
F. Alexandra & Robert Klas
Michele Lund Klegin & Timothy Klegin
Judy & Thomas Koppy
Suzanne & Frederick Kueppers
Elizabeth & Andrew Landherr
Jean MacDonald
Mary Ellen Malone
John McNeely
Teresa Thein Meschini & Eugenio Meschini
Karen & David Miley
Judith Miller
Sheila & John Mohr
Anne & James O’Brien
Kathleen & John Oertel
Sally & Thomas Patterson
Gloria Perez & John Harens
Barbara & Phil Roy
Twyla Sablak
Susan & William Sands
Kathleen & Peter Schuchardt
Anne & Robert Simpson
Donna & David Spencer
Meg & Scott Stevenson
Arlene & Tom Swain
Harriet & Otto Teiken
Anthony Thein
Lea & Jon Theobald
Robert Thimmesh
Lynn Thoele
Sandra & Glenn Thompson
Susan Vento
Nora Vernon
Mary Ward
Jeanne & John Weingart
Lisa Welter
Kathleen & Eberhard Werthmann
Judith & James Wicker
Jo & Ray Connelly
Kristen Ehresmann
Lori & Erik Ellingson
Joan Flood
Diane & William Hansen
Kathleen & Robert Hochreiter
Karen & Randy Hoeschen
Sara & Steven Hornberger
Frances Iverson
Evelyn Jackson
Tricia Simo Kush & Patrick Kush
Mary Jane & James Lauerman
David Mertesdorf
Gail & John Nelson
Sheila & Michael Oberg
Elizabeth & Gerald Rosdahl
Rosemarie & Morton Ryweck
Stephen Baker Wellington
Beth & Myles Weinblatt
Matching Gifts Organizations
Jeremiah Program is thankful for the
following companies and organizations
that generously match donations in support
of Jeremiah Program families.
3M
Ameriprise Financial
Bank of America
Best Buy
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota
Ecolab
Fast Enterprises, LLC
Frey Foundation
Greene Espel
ING
McKnight Foundation
Microsoft
The Minneapolis Foundation
Northern Trust Company
Pfizer Foundation
Carol and Eloise Pohlad Family Foundation
Riverbridge Partners
Thomson Reuters
Thrivent Financial for Lutherans
UBS
US Bank
Wells Fargo
Xcel Energy
Mary Alyce Reichert Turner
Rev. Nancy Anderson
Winnie Anderson
Anne Arthur
Jan & Gerald Benusa
Sydna & Herbert Cheever
Elizabeth & Nicholas Coenen
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Adopt-a-Family
Gift-giving donors “adopt” Jeremiah Program
families at holiday time, fulfilling wish lists and
helping to make the season just a little brighter.
Michele Aldape & Michael Sullivan
Vickie Allen
MaryDon & Rick Beeson
Susan Boehlke
Kirsten Brinkman
Kelly Burnett
Diamond Women’s Center
Peggy & Dale Dissmeyer
Cameron & Brian Donohue
Gina Fahey
Kimberly Nicole Ferguson
Fredricks, Peebles & Morgan
Kate Germ
Lisa Graff
Beth Haney
Barbara Hanson & James Deger
HealthPartners
Tricia Hendren & Elizabeth Henderson Shreve
Bernadette & Jeffrey Janisch
Susie & Hart Kuller
Kari LeVan
Susan McDonald
Connie & John McMahon
Jessica Miller
Minneapolis Clinic of Neurology
Minneapolis Community and Technical College
MNCREW
Betty Olsen
Robin Oxley
Michelle Price
Laura Reierson
Lauri & Jim Roberts
Maribeth Romslo
Marge & Steven Sagstetter
Tina Smith
Laura Stellmacher
Christine Stocker
Susan Sundberg
Thrivent Financial for Lutherans Foundation
UCare Minnesota
Sharon Kennedy Vickers & Charles Vickers
Betty & Ed Wedekind
Western Bank
Carol Frey Wolfe & Dan Wolfe
Angela Woodhouse
Xcel Energy
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Minneapolis-Saint Paul
Community Event Sponsors
Bullfrog Bash
Corporate Sponsors
Target
Robins, Kaplan, Miller & Ciresi L.L.P
Associated Anesthesiologist, PA
Best Buy
Briggs and Morgan
Edina Realty
Ernst & Young
GMB Mezzanine Capital, LP
Great Clips
Jaguar Land Rover of Minneapolis
Lowry Hill
Mairs and Power, Inc.
Marquette Asset Management
Thomson Reuters
U.S. Bank
Wellington Management, Inc.
Wipfli, L.L.P.
Xcel Energy
Golf Tournament
To benefit the Child Development Centers
of the Minneapolis & Saint Paul campuses
Corporate & Hole Sponsors
Boyd Stofer
Briggs and Morgan
Ernst & Young
GMB Mezzanine Capital
Marquette Real Estate Group
NorthMarq
Norwest Mezzanine Partners
Rapid Packaging
Ann and Mark Schulze
Target
TSI Incorporated
The Purple Event
Event Sponsors
Brown Forman
Chambord
Crave
Diet Pepsi
Joel Gott Wines
Mall of America
Minnesota Vikings
Mpls. St.Paul Magazine
Nordstrom
Twins & Pins Charity Bowling Classic
Team Sponsors
Winston Hewett
Sandy & Mike Hollenhorst
Bob Lake
Lauri & Jim Roberts
David Saber
Colleen Waterston
Wayzata Investment Partners /
Matthew Schliep
Lucy Wieland & William Mauzy
Wifpli
Carol Frey Wolfe & Dan Wolfe
Annual Report
Production Partners
This annual report was produced by
the talented collaborative efforts of:
Design
Peggy Lauritsen Design Group (PLDG)
pldg.com
Writing
Idea Girls
ideagirls.com
Photography
Vicknair Photography (Cover and pages 2–3)
vicknairphoto.com
Jyssica Warfield
Elizabeth Williams
Printing
Bolger
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Aida and her daughter, Sarah
Jeremiah Program 2011 Annual Report
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CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEET
2011
Year-end December 31, 2011 and 2010
2010
Assets
Current Assets
Cash
Accounts Receivable, Net
Current Portion of Pledges Receivable, Net
Prepaid Expenses
Other Receivables
Total Current Assets
$956,762
72,648
273,262
85,826
11,671
1,400,169
$454,977
63,520
273,143
93,012
2,037
886,689
1,658,549
15,808,783
363,126
629,732
18,460,190
4,111,720
14,348,470
1,658,549
15,808,783
363,126
629,732
18,460,190
3,569,195
14,890,995
5,063,877
375,332
322,966
—
147,453
5,909,628
$21,658,267
5,231,306
399,526
336,530
47,200
154,287
6,168,849
$21,946,533
$43,660
122,073
52,556
20,344
4,387
73,000
316,020
$57,969
149,385
46,596
26,400
8,809
—
289,159
2,514,730
—
2,514,730
2,830,750
2,522,228
4,387
2,526,615
2,815,774
1,593,852
500,000
900,000
300,000
2,457,981
3,397,766
6,013,423
442,414
15,605,436
2,595,453
626,628
18,827,517
1,628,040
500,000
900,000
300,000
2,500,000
3,178,233
6,565,426
618,785
16,190,484
2,540,749
399,526
19,130,759
$21,658,267
$21,946,533
Property, Plant and Equipment
Land and Improvements
Buildings and Improvements
Office Furniture and Equipment
Residential Furniture and Equipment
Total
Less: Accumulated Depreciation
Net Property, Plant and Equipment
Other Assets
Investments
Assets Held in Trust
Restricted Reserves and Escrows
Long-Term Portion of Pledges Receivable, Net
Intangible Assets, Net
Total Other Assets
Total Assets
Liabilities and Net Assets
Current Liabilities
Accounts Payable
Accrued Payroll and Related Benefits
Accrued Real Estate Taxes
Other Current Liabilities
Capital Lease Payable, Current
Current Maturities on Long-Term Debt
Total Current Liabilities
Other Liabilities
Mortgages Payable, Net of Discount
Capital Lease Payable, Less Current Portion
Total Other Liabilities
Total Liabilities
Net Assets
Unrestricted
Board Designated — Seasonal Cash Reserve
Board Designated — Operating Reserve
Board Designated — Capital Reserve
Board Designated — Endowment
Board Designated — Saint Paul Campus
Limited Partnership — Non-Controlling Interest
Board Designated — Expansion Reserve
Total Unrestricted Net Assets
Temporarily Restricted
Permanently Restricted
Total Net Assets
Total Liabilities and Net Assets
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JEREMIAH PROGRAM 2011 ANNUAL REPORT
STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES
Year-end December 31, 2011 and 2010
2011
Unrestricted
Temporarily
Restricted
Permanently
Restricted
$1,311,832
$639,804
$251,296
2010
Total
Unrestricted
Temporarily
Restricted
$2,202,932
$1,048,063
$462,177
Permanently
Restricted
Total
Revenues and Support
Grants and Contributions
—
$1,510,240
Special Event Income
(Net of Direct Benefits of $71,835
and $72,260, Respectively)
385,340
—
—
385,340
409,458
—
—
409,458
Interest and Dividend Income
112,755
—
—
112,755
100,524
—
11,709
112,233
Rental Income
274,156
—
—
274,156
272,731
—
—
272,731
Child Care Income
(Net of Subsidies of $34,897
and $35,502, Respectively)
826,377
—
—
826,377
829,610
—
—
829,610
82,226
—
—
82,226
55,571
—
—
55,571
1,938
—
—
1,938
146
—
—
146
In-Kind Contributions
Other Support
Released from Restrictions
Total Revenue and Support
585,100
(585,100)
—
—
480,186
(473,259)
(6,927)
—
3,579,724
54,704
251,296
3,885,724
3,196,289
(11,082)
4,782
3,189,989
3,017,417
—
—
3,017,417
2,899,736
—
—
2,899,736
218,737
—
—
218,737
437,211
—
4,771
441,982
Expense
Program
Support Services:
General and Administrative
Fundraising
880,650
—
—
880,650
642,782
—
—
642,782
Total Support Services
1,099,387
—
—
1,099,387
1,079,993
—
4,771
1,084,764
Total Expense
4,116,804
—
—
4,116,804
3,979,729
—
4,771
3,984,500
Change in Net Assets from Operations
(537,080)
54,704
251,296
(231,080)
(783,440)
(11,082)
11
(794,511)
Nonoperating Income
Gain/(Loss) on Investments
(47,968)
—
—
(47,968)
353,694
—
—
353,694
Change in Assets Held in Trust
—
—
(24,194)
(24,194)
—
—
30,303
30,303
Limited Partnership
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Total Nonoperating Income (Expense)
Change in Net Assets
Change in Net Assets Attributable to
the Non-Controlling Interest
Change in Net Assets —
Controlling Interest
(47,968)
—
(24,194)
(72,162)
353,694
—
30,303
383,997
(585,048)
54,704
227,102
(303,242)
(429,746)
(11,082)
30,314
(410,514)
552,003
—
—
552,003
556,791
—
—
556,791
$(33,045)
$54,704
$227,102
$248,761
$127,045
$(11,082)
$30,314
$146,277
JEREMIAH PROGRAM 2011 ANNUAL REPORT
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children to succeed in school, and reduces generational dependence on public assistance.
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