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annual report - Part Of The Solution
2015
ANNUAL REPORT
AND FINANCIAL RESULTS
WELCOME
A MESSAGE FROM OUR EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
For 34 years, Part of the Solution (POTS) has
helped hundreds of thousands of individuals
in the Bronx and greater New York City area
move away from the imminent crises of poverty
with steps towards greater stability and selfsufficiency. For the last four years, I have had
the privilege of serving as Executive Director, and
I am energized and motivated every day by the
contributions of all members of POTS’ community to provide support for our neighbors in need.
POTS is located in one of the poorest congressional districts in the nation. Hunger, homelessness
and developmental or educational delays are
all too common. While no two stories are alike,
most individuals and families come through our
door because of an immediate need or problem:
the monthly paycheck cannot support an entire
family, an eviction notice presents the imminent
prospect of homelessness, the apartment they
share does not provide a functional shower or
a safe mail box. POTS’ strength is our ability to
address these immediate issues in a dignified
and compassionate way and work with the client
to help them achieve self-sufficiency. As POTS
assists individuals in meeting their basic needs,
we look to focus our efforts on additional longterm interventions to bring about stability for our
neighbors.
With your support, the future of POTS will be
marked by more client successes and greater
independence for countless individuals in the
Bronx.
POTS will continue to expand programs designed
to move families and individuals from crisis to
stability, and ultimately self-sufficiency. This
includes working with clients in-depth to create
sustainable solutions, fully implementing workforce development programming, and increasing
Case Management and Legal Clinic services.
Together, POTS will grow and improve as a “onestop shop” meeting the needs of the community
in a dignified and respectful environment.
This history of service and future success would
not be possible without a diverse and generous
community of supporters. Together, you, we …
can be part of the solution.
Sincerely,
Christopher A. Bean
Executive Director
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Case Management
Services opened
AIDS Education
Program opened
(1990–1996)
Received first grant from
New York Foundation
Mail Room opened
First meal served
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
Sisters of Charity
of New York begin
sponsorship
1994
1995
1996
Church of the
Resurrection in Rye,
NY, raises $80,000 in
one weekend to buy
Webster Avenue facility
Barbershop
opened
1997
1998
Clothing Prog
opened
Shower Facilities
opened
Robin Hood
Foundation
begins support
MAZON: A Jewish
Response to Hunger
begins support
Received UPS
Foundation Grant
to renovate facility
Food Pa
op
Grammy
Burning S
HE POTS TIMELINE:
3 YEARS OF RESPONDING TO COMMUNITY NEEDS
POTS completes
Strategic Plan
POTS’ innovative comprehensive case management program incorporated into Family
Club and Next-Step Services
Maverick Capital
Foundation
begins support
antry
pened
y Award-Winner
Spear performs
benefit concert
2002
2003
First Annual Sporting
Clay Invitational
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
25th Anniversary
Gala, Launch of POTS
Building for the Future
Capital Campaign
NYC Mayor
Michael Bloomberg & Council
Speaker Christine Quinn
serve Thanksgiving Dinner
2009
2010
2011
POTS closes
$8.7 Million New
Markets Tax
Credit transaction
for new facility
Former New York Met
Rusty Staub hosts Grand
Slam Dinner to finish
Capital Campaign
2012
2013
2014
25,000 people helped annually
gram
2001
Grocery-style
Food Pantry
opened
5,000,000th meal served
2000
After-School
Family Club opened
15,000 people helped annually
1999
Received first grant
from Andor Capital
Management
1,000,000th meal served
Legal Clinic
opened
Medical & Dental Clinic
opened in partnership with
Care for the Homeless
10,000 people helped annually
Toots & The Maytals
perform first
benefit concert
New facility at
2759 Webster Avenue
opened
2015
VISION
FOR A DIVERSE COMMUNITY, A DIFFERENT KIND OF SOLUTION
Walking through the Bronx, one sees an
incredible amount of diversity: not just in culture
and language, but also in story, circumstances,
and need.
To address these many needs POTS has created
a mosaic of services, big and small, simple
and complex, which come together to serve
all who come through our doors. Through our
unique “one-stop shop” model, we seek to
provide clients with the widest variety of services
possible under one roof, including:
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Community Dining Room
Barbershop
Mail Services
Grocery-style Food Pantry
Shower Facilities
Retail-style Clothing Closet
Comprehensive Case Management
Legal Clinic
Immigration Assistance
Back-to-School Supplies
Nutrition and Cooking Classes
Holiday Meals and Gifts
Medical and Dental Clinic On-site
Workforce Development
As a part of POTS’ supportive and
empowering environment, our staff also link
clients with peer organizations within our
network to ensure every individual receives
the help they need. Anyone who turns to
POTS in crisis will leave with help, hope and
a chance at improved stability.
Above all, we strive to create a professional
and hospitable environment where every
interaction is based on compassion and
respect. Only through this style of service
are we able to help restore the human
dignity that can be eroded by poverty.
Part of the Solution | Annual Report 2015 | page 3
NEED
A COMMUNITY IN CRISIS, FAMILIES AT RISK
Dinner on the table, or new school
supplies? Hot water for a shower, or a
child’s haircut? Heat in the cold of winter, or
medication? These are the kinds of choices
that POTS’ clients are forced to make every
day, struggling to keep the pieces of their
lives together despite circumstances that
might break them apart.
The challenges faced by our poor and
working-poor neighbors are alarming:
>> 420,000 people are in need
>> Two in five children live in poverty
Living under such stressful circumstances
takes a physical toll as well:
>> One in four residents are in poor or only
fair health
>> Nearly 10% of babies are born with low
birth weights
>> Almost 20% of Bronx residents lack
health insurance
The extreme and multi-layered needs
of our community mandate the unique,
multi-faceted approach to service delivery
that POTS has developed.
>> Less than 20% of adults over the age of
25 have a bachelor’s degree and 30% did
not graduate from high school
>> The average apartment costs over
$1,250 a month yet POTS clients average
only $800 a month in wages
Part of the Solution | Annual Report 2015 | page 5
RESULTS
REBUILDING LIVES, PIECE BY PIECE
In 2015, POTS helped over 25,000 people,
more than 8,000 of them children. That
is more than triple the amount helped
just seven years ago. This is a wonderful
testament to the strength of POTS’
164,000
690,000
supporters but it is also an indication that
the obstacles our community faces have
only become more serious. Here are a few
of our highlights – points of pride and food
for thought:
RESULTS, BY THE NUMBERS:
meals served in the Community Dining Room
nutritious meals provided by groceries from the Food Pantry—100%
containing fresh produce
4,000
people helped by the Mail and Shower Facilities, Barbershop,
and Clothing Closet
3,000
children and adults received back-to-school supplies, Thanksgiving turkeys,
and holiday gifts
370
3,800
$5,800,000
households received legal representation that helped stabilize housing,
preventing eviction and homelessness
people received counseling, information and referrals that helped them access shelters,
drug or alcohol treatment, health services, financial counseling, educational programs,
immigration services and job training
received by POTS clients in annual benefits as a result of screening, application assistance
and legal representation to access public benefits, such as Earned Income Tax Credit,
SNAP, Health Insurance and Social Security, generating significant economic activity for
the low-income community POTS serves
Part of the Solution | Annual Report 2015 | page 7
COMMITMENT
A WEALTH OF VOLUNTEERS, A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE
Just as the community we serve is a diverse
and varied group, our volunteers are a
mosaic of backgrounds and talents, all
working in concert to be part of the solution.
In 2015, nearly 4,000 volunteers dedicated
30,000 hours of service. Many individuals
and organizations were instrumental in
delivering services and providing donated
resources to benefit the POTS community.
From the dozen volunteers needed to run
the Community Dining Room on a daily
basis, to the volunteer attorneys assisting
the Legal Clinic on high volume days, the
POTS community benefits greatly from
the kindness, commitment and skill of
its volunteers.
POTS volunteers come from the
community of people that we serve as
well as educational institutions, religious
organizations, corporations, and civic and
community groups. In addition to providing
hands-on service, in 2015 these
organizations held major drives that stocked
the POTS Food Pantry and Clothing Closet;
provided back-to-school supplies, holiday
gifts and meals; and created special outings
for the children in the POTS community.
Interested in volunteering?
Sign up online at www.potsbronx.org
Part of the Solution | Annual Report 2015 | page 9
GENEROSITY
YOU CAN BE PART OF THE SOLUTION
At POTS, we work hard to make the money we receive go as far as possible in service to our
clients. Here are a few examples of what your generous donation can do.
$1,000
Provides 400 people with a warm, nutritious meal in our Community Dining Room.
$5,000
Provides 30 families with emergency Food Pantry services for an entire year. Our Food Pantry,
modeled after a grocery store, offers nutritious staples and fresh produce that clients can
select themselves and take home to prepare in the comfort of their own homes.
$10,000
Provides 50 people with help from our professional social services staff to access benefits,
employment and educational programs, medical care, health insurance and daycare—
fundamental components to a family’s successful journey toward stability and self-sufficiency.
$25,000
Provides 40 people with legal representation from our on-site staff attorneys to help prevent
evictions and access benefits that have been unfairly denied—critical services that reduce
homelessness and generate economic activity for the low-income community that POTS serves.
$50,000
Provides 500 low-income adults, children and elderly people with access to the entire suite of
POTS services designed to move people from crises to stability, and ultimately self-sufficiency:
Community Dining Room, Food Pantry, Clothing Closet, Mail Services, Shower Facilities,
Barbershop, Holiday Gifts, Back-to-School Supplies, Case Management, Legal Representation,
Immigration Assistance, and on-site Medical Clinic.
MAKING A DONATION IS EASY
Donate online at www.potsbronx.org
Checks made payable to
“Part of the Solution” can be mailed to:
Part of the Solution
2759 Webster Avenue
Bronx, NY 10458
[email protected]
Part of the Solution | Annual Report 2015 | page 11
FINANCIALS
A CONTINUING STORY OF STRENGTH IN NUMBERS
Thanks to the loyal support of our donors,
POTS maintained a strong financial position
throughout 2015. Our commitment to using
donated funds efficiently has paid off in low
management and fundraising costs as a
percentage of our budget. Best of all,
the return on investment is high: with an
operating budget of $3.2 million in 2015, POTS
was able to return $6 million to the community
through public benefits access, and millions
more through eviction prevention and meals
in the Community Dining Room and Food
Pantry.
Part of the Solution and Affiliate
Audited Consolidated Statement of Position
Assets
2015
Cash and cash equivalents
2014
$2,941,000
$2,572,000
Cash and cash equivalents - restricted
101,000
167,000
Investments
688,000
756,000
Contributions and grants receivable
830,000
542, 000
Prepaid expenses and other assets
113,000
62,000
Note Receivable
6,318,000
6,318,000
Property and equipment, net
Deferred New Markets Tax Credit Issuance
Costs (NMTC), net
7,026,000
7,272,000
265,000
273,000
$18,282,000
$17,962,000
$115,000
$102,000
33,000
2,000
8,536,000
8,536,000
8,684,000
8,640,000
9,012,000
8,684,000
Total Assets
Liabilities and Net Assets
Liabilities:
Accounts payable and accrued expenses
Deferred revenue
Note payable
Total
Net Assets:
Unrestricted
Temporarily restricted
Total Liabilities and Net Assets
585,000
639,000
9,597,000
9,323,000
$18,282,000
$17,962,000
SOURCE DATA
The financial information presented in this Annual Report represents the independently audited
consolidated financial statements of POTS and its affiliate POTS Building for the Future for the year
ending December 31, 2015. For a copy of the audit, please visit our website www.potsbronx.org.
Revenues
Foundations and
corporate contributions
$1,563,000
Individual contributions
595,000
Government grants
583,000
In-Kind
408,000
Special events
528,000
Other
49,000
Total revenues
Part of the Solution and Affiliate
Audited Consolidated Statement of Activities
SUPPORT AND REVENUES
Individual contributions
11%
2015
$595,000
2014
$731,000
583,000
543,000
1,563,000
1,158,000
Special events, net of direct expenses
528,000
387,000
In-kind contributions
408,000
451,000
Investment income
39,000
87,000
Miscellaneous Income
10,000
6,000
3,726,000
3,563,000
Government grants
Foundations and corporate contributions
Total Revenues
$3,726,000
1%
42%
14%
15%
17%
Expenses
Food Service Programs
Program Expenses
Operating expenses:
Food Service Programs
Day-to-Day Program Services
Next-Step Services
Management and general
Fundraising
Total Expenses
2015
$1,263,000
366,000
1,046,000
473,000
304,000
3,452,000
2014
$1,185,000
432,000
656,000
379,000
288,000
3,225,000
Next Step Services
$1,263,000
1,046,000
Day-to-Day Services
336,000
Management and general
473,000
Fundraising
304,000
Total expenses
$3,452,000
9%
14%
37%
10%
30%
Part of the Solution | Annual Report 2015 | page 13
VOLUNTEER & IN-KIND CONTRIBUTORS
Fordham Preparatory School
Ethical Culture Fieldston School
Riverdale Country School
Fordham University
Church of the Resurrection, Rye
Amy’s Kitchen
Baldor Specialty Foods
Burberry
Carter’s, Inc.
Church of the Holy Rosary
The Children’s Collective
College of Mount Saint Vincent
Columbia University Athletics
Convent of the Sacred Heart School
Credit Suisse
Goldman Sachs
Grace Episcopal Church, City Island
Hebrew Institute of Riverdale
Holy Rosary Church, Bronx
Jack & Jill of America
KIPP Academy
Kneaded Bread
Lehman College
Manhattan College
Marymount School of New York
Mitchell & Titus, LLP
Mount St. Ursula Academy
New York Botanical Gardens
Neuberger Berman
Regis High School
Richard Leeds International
Riverdale Community Center
Riverdale Temple
Rye Country Day School
Salanter Akiba Riverdale (SAR) Academy
St. Barnabas Church, Bronx
St. Clare of Assisi School
St. Margaret of Cortona
St. Mary Star of the Sea Church, City Island
Scranton Prep
Triangle Equities
Villa Maria Academy
Wells Fargo & Company
Whole Foods Market
OUR FUNDERS, DONORS & PARTNERS
INDIVIDUALS – DONATIONS OF $1,000 OR MORE
Anonymous
Mr. and Mrs. John Abate
Ms. Robin Abrams
Mr. and Mrs. William Anderson
Mr. and Mrs. Kevin J. Arquit
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jr. and Molly Aube
Mr. and Mrs. Peter and Katherine Baccile
Mr. and Mrs. Brian Bain
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Balentine
Mr. Michael Barnes
Mr. and Mrs. F. Thomas Bean
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Berg
Mr. James Berger
Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Blaney
Mr. Timothy Boon
Paul and Nanci Borde
Ms. Catherine Boyle
Mr. and Mrs. Judy and Jim Boyle
Mr. David Bradley
Mr. and Mrs. Rhys Brooks
Mr. Daniel Burch
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Burdick
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Burns
Mr. and Mrs. David Butler
Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Cacase
Ms. Andrea Callagy
Mrs. Robert Callagy
Mr and Mrs. James Cannon
Mr. and Mrs. Rick Caplan
Mr. Frank Caporaso
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Carr
Rev. Philip J. and Mr. Salvatore Caruso
Mr. and Mrs. William Cassidy
Mr. Thomas F. Cawley
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Chmiel
Mr. and Mrs. Steven Cho
Mr. and Mrs. John Civetta
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Clayton
Mr. and Mrs. Beau Coash
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Connor
Mr. and Mrs. Doug Conrod
Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Conroy
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Coughlin
Mr. and Mrs. Carson Coyle
Ms. Elizabeth Cribbs
Mr. and Mrs. John Crotty
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen D’Agostino
Mr. Rick D. Aprile
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Dailey
Mrs. Mary Jo Dailey
Mr. and Mrs. Neil Daley
Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Daly
Mr. and Mrs.Thomas Danilowicz
Dr. Peter Davies
Mr. Philip Davies
Mr. Francisco J. De Lera
and Mrs. Maria Fernandez
Mr. and Mrs. Frank De Maria
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick De Saint-Aignan
Ms. Jules A. Delvecchio
Mr. Anthony DiFazio
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Disa
Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Dixson
Mr. and Mrs. James Dolan
Mr. and Mrs. Donn C. Dolce
Mrs. Jed Dolce
Ms. Anne B. Donahue
Mr. and Mrs. James Dowdall
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dresdale
Mr. and Mrs. George Duarte
Mr. and Mrs. John P. Duffy
Ms. Hilary Duffy
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dyer
Mr. and Mrs. William Eagan
Mr. James Edmonds
Mr. James Egan
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip A. Ellis
Mr. and Mrs. William Fallon
Mr. and Mrs. William Farrell
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Finn
Mr. and Mrs. Brian Fitzpatrick
Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Fleming
Mr. and Mrs. David Florence
Ms. Janine Flory
Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Flynn
Ms. Mary Anne Ford
Mr. Robert S. Friedman
and Ms. Michelle Cuevas
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Garrity
Mr. and Mrs. James Garrity
Ms. Sarah Garrity
Mr. Michael Geoghegan
Mr. Stephen Gianotti
Mr. and Mrs. Adam Gibbs
Mr. and Mrs. Eric Gies
Ms. Heather Goodridge
Mr. Glen Gordon
Ms. Catherine Griffin
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Hadley
Mr. and Mrs. R. Allen Haight
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hamilton
Mr. John Hanley
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harrington
Mr. and Mrs. Jamie Heffernan
Mr. and Mrs John P. Heffernan Jr.
Mr. and Mrs John P. Heffernan Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. David Hooper
Mr. and Mrs. Sean Hoover
Mr. and Mrs. James Hughes
Mr. John Hunt
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Iuliano
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kacha
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Karmilowicz
Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Kavanagh
Mr. and Mrs. William M. Kelly
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Kelly
Ms. Denise Cumby Kelly
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kennedy
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kenny
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Keough
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ketchum
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Killian
Mr. and Mrs. John Krall
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Landrigan
Mr. and Mrs. John Lane
Mr. Richardson Lane
Mr. and Mrs. Brad Langer
Mr. Benjamin Leahy
Mr. and Mrs. Gregg Lemkau
Mr. and Mrs. Eamonn Long
Mr. and Mrs. Paolo Longo
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Lueck
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Lyons
Mr. and Mrs. John MacFarlane
Mr. Daniel P. Mahoney
Mr. Alejandro Malespin
Mr. Pablo Marino
Mr. and Mrs. John Martin Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Kevin McCabe
Ms. Melissa McCabe
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis McCauley
Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCooey
Mr. and Mrs. Mark McCooey
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert McDade
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas McDermott
Mr. Darren McDermott
Mr. J. Andrew McEntire
Mr. and Mrs. Mary McEvoy
Mr. Ryan McGinty, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Christopher McGrath
Mr. Mark McGrath
Mr. and Mrs. James A. McGuire
Mr. and Mrs. Donald McHugh
Mr. Jeff Messina
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Meyer
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Miller
Mr. and Mrs. William Miller
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Misisco
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Moores
Mr. and Mrs. David Muccia
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Mulcahy
Mr. and Mrs. James Murray
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mutter
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nagle
Ms. Margaret Neist
Mr. and Mrs. Brian Newman
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Niehaus
Mr. Michael Norris
Mr. and Mrs. Bryce O’Brien
Mr. and Mrs. Gregory O’Connell
Mr. William O’Connor, Esq.
Mr. and Mrs. William Q. O’Connor
Mr. and Mrs. Mark O’Donnell
Mr. and Mrs. Conor O’Driscoll
Mr. William O’Keefe
Mr. and Mrs. Michael O’Leary
Mr. and Mrs. Eric O’Neill
Mr. Michael B. O’Sullivan
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Ofer
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Orlando
Dr. Douglas E. Padgett, M.D.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Pagnani
Mr. and Mrs. Keith Pagnani
Mr. and Mrs. David Pakman
Mr. Thomas J. Perno
Ms. Anne Marie Petach
Mr. Michael Petrillo
Mr. and Mrs. Duane T. Pfennigwerth
Mr. and Mrs. Jon Pundyk
Ms. Joyce Purnick and Mr. Max Frankel
Ms. Barbara G. Raho
Ms. Mary Raho Julian
Mr. and Mrs. Frederic Rasch
Mr. Chandler Reedy
Ms. Erin Robert
Ms. Cornelia Robinson
Mr. Albert Rocco
Mr. and Mrs. Jason L. Roelke
Ms. Tina Ruyter
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Ryan
Mr. Robert Santagelo
Mr. and Mrs. J. Facundo Santucci
Mr. John Sargent
Mr. Beau Schweikert
Ms. Suzanne Marechal Scully
Mrs. John Scully
Ms. Grace Seitzer
Mr. and Mrs. Keith Shultis
Mr. David Steinmetz
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stenger
Mr. Steven R Straut
Mr. Ethan I. Strell
and Mrs. Jacqueline Elias
Mr. Robert T. Symington
Ms. Mary Tan
Ms. James J. Thomas
Mr. and Mrs. John Trimble
Mr. Michael Troy
Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Turner
Mr. and Mrs. Greg Usry
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Van Wagenen
Mr. and Mrs. John Vaske
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Veber
Ms. Kimberly P. Wagner
Mr. Chris Webb
Mr. and Mrs. William Whelan
Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Whitney
Mr. Thomas G Wipf
Mr. and Mrs. Eric Woglom
Mr. and Mrs.Gerard Woods
Mr. and Mrs. Susan and Daniel Zawel
INSTITUTIONAL FUNDERS – DONATIONS OF $1,000 OR MORE
Robin Hood Foundation
Single Stop USA
Andor Capital Management Foundation
Maverick Capital Foundation
Gerstner Family Foundation
Dalio Foundation Inc.
PDT Partners, LLC
TIDES Foundation
The Rusty Staub Foundation
Wal-Mart Foundation
New York Yankees Foundation
Judith C. White Foundation
52-15 Skillman Avenue Corp.
Achelis Foundation
Adirondack Foundation
Alliant Insurance Svcs. Inc.
American Industries Corp. Of New York
Anron Air Systems Inc.
Assured Guaranty Corp.
Bancker Construction Corp.
Bank of America Charitable Foundation, Inc.
The Barker Welfare Foundation
Berkley Insurance Company
The Brooks Foundation
BTIG, LLC
The Burke Family Foundation
CAC Industries Inc
CAP Equipment Leasing Corp.
Capital One Services, LLC
Centrifugal Associates Group LLC
Century Petroleum
Citnalta Construction Corp.
John Civetta & Sons, Inc.
Club Chefs of Westchester Inc.
Steven and Alexandra Cohen Foundation, Inc.
The Charles Cohn Foundation Inc
Coleman Charitable Gift Fund
CONE Communications, LLC
The Edward T. Cone Foundation
Construction & General Building Laborers Local 79
Credit Suisse
Crescent Contracting Corp.
Design 2147
E-J Electric Installation Co.
The Howard & Barbara Farkas Foundation, Inc.
Fein Foundation
Foley Family Foundation
Fordham University
FW Sims Inc
Gartner, Inc.
Howard Gilman Foundation
The Glenmede Trust Company
Goldman Sachs & Co.
Grassi & Co.
The Hallen Construction Co., Inc.
Hamilton Family Charitable Fund
The Haugland Family Foundation
The Heffernan Foundation
Heffernan Insurance Brokers
Hellman Electric Corporation
The Hyde & Watson Foundation
J.McLaughlin
JCLS
The Jockey Hollow Foundation, Inc.
The JVK Foundation
The Donald And Marilyn Keough Foundation
Donald And Marilyn Keough Foundation
Kleinberg Electric
LIRO Engineers, Inc.
MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger
MBIA Foundation
McInerney Foundation
Melryder Foundation
Mertz Gilmore Foundation
Morgan Stanley
The MUFG Foundation
Mule Family Foundation
National Philanthropic Trust
Neuberger Berman
The New York BAR Foundation
Norman Foundation, Inc.
Novogradac & Company LLP
The O’Shea Family Foundation
Pace Plumbing Corp.
The Pepsico Foundation
Perrigo Company Foundation
The Posillico Foundation, Inc.
Pyramid Floors
The Nicholas & Christina Raho Foundation
John M. Robinson Fund
Cornelia Cogswell Rossi Foundation Inc.
Rye Church of the Ressurection
Rye Presbyterian Church
Sandra Atlas Bass and Edythe & Sol G. Atlas Fund
Scranton Prep
Signature Bank
William E. Simon Foundation
Sisters of Charity New York
The Society of the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick
Soros Foundation
St. Margaret Of Cortona Church
St. Matthews Church
Striano Electric Co., Inc.
Swiss Re
TC Electric, LLC
TMPG Media Innovation
The Tracy Family Foundation
UBS Financial Services Inc.
UBS Universal Builders Supply Inc.
United Way Worldwide
Verizon Foundation
Kathleen Waldron Gift Fund
The Warburg Pincus Foundation
WEIR Welding Company Inc.
Wells Fargo Foundation
Wesco
West Rac Contracting Corp.
Woodland Foundation, Inc.
Yum! Brands Foundation, Inc.
JPMorgan Chase & Co. Employee Giving
National Christian Foundation
The New York Commnity Trust
Pfizer Foundation Matching Gifts Program
Schwab Charitable Fund
Soros Fund Charitable Foundation
UBS Employee Giving Program
Vanguard Charitable
Terumah Philanthropic Fund
The Verizon Foundation
DIRECTED GIVING PROGRAMS
Benevity Community Impact Fund
BlackRock Matching Gift Program
Fidelity Charitable
Goldman Sachs Gives
IBM Employee Matching Gifts Program
PARTNERS IN CARING
The Honorable Andrew M. Cuomo, Governor
The Honorable Bill de Blasio, Mayor
The Honorable Ruben Diaz, Jr. Bronx Borough President
The Honorable Gustavo Rivera, Senator, New York State
The Honorable Victor Pichardo, Assemblyman, New York State Assembly
The Honorable Jose Rivera, Assemblyman, New York State Assembly
The Honorable Melissa Mark-Viverito, Speaker, New York City Council
The Honorable Ritchie Torres, New York City Council
The Honorable Annabel Palma, Chair of Bronx Delegation, New York City Council
The Honorable Fernando Cabrera, New York City Council
The Honorable Andrew Cohen, New York City Council
The Honorable Vanessa L. Gibson, New York City Council
The Honorable Andy King, New York City Council
The Honorable Rafael Salamanca, New York City Council
The Honorable James Vacca, New York City Council
New York State Department of Health
New York State Judiciary Civil Legal Service Program
New York City Department For The Aging
New York City Department of Youth & Community Development
New York City Human Resources Administration, Emergency Food Assistance Program
New York City Summer Youth Employment Program
Ariva
Care For The Homeless
Catholic Charities Community Services
City Harvest
CUNY Service Corps
Food Bank for New York City
HOPE Program
Hunger Free – NYC
Hunger Solutions New York
Immigrant Justice Corps
Jesuit Volunteer Corps
MFY Legal Services
New York Cares
New York Legal Assistance Group
Pajama Program
Single Stop USA
Taproot Foundation
University Neighborhood Housing Program
Urban Justice Center
Workforce 1, New York City Department of Small Business Services
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OUR TEAM
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
C0-FOUNDERS
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Mark Miller, Chairperson
Mary Beth Usry, Vice Chairperson
Keith Pagnani, Secretary
Sean Hoover, Treasurer
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Christopher A. Bean
Richard Aube
Paul Borde
Sr. Kathy Byrnes, SC
Sr. Ann Citarella, SC
Francis Conroy
Joanne Daly
Frank De Maria
Rev. Terry Elsberry
Nicholas Finn
Heather Goodridge
John P. Heffernan, Jr.
Sr. Karen Helfenstein, SC
Winston Holt
Sr. Liz Judge, SC
John Krall
David Mills
Brian Newman
Bryce O’Brien
David Pakman
Barbara Raho
Erin B. Robert
Timothy Boon
Sr. Jane Iannucelli, SC
Fr. Ned Murphy, SJ (1938-2012)
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