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annual report - Seattle`s Union Gospel Mission
ANNUAL REPORT
2015
OUR MISSION
To serve, rescue and
transform those in greatest
need through the grace of
Jesus Christ.
Cover photos by © Kyle Kesterson
MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT
JEFF LILLEY
Dear Friends,
When traveling back after a time away from home, there seems
to be a point in which I turn a certain corner, or pass a certain
landmark and feel as if I am almost there. I am almost home.
The idea of home has a deep connection with all of us. As children
(sometimes even as adults) we feel lonely and homesick when we
are away. Home holds memories. Home holds sights and sounds –
even smells. But more than anything else, home holds the people
we love and care for most. It is a powerful feeling to know that we
are almost home, or at least on the way home.
When things go wrong in our lives, one of the first things we find
ourselves feeling and saying is simply, “I want to go home!” There is
comfort there. There is solace there. Loved ones are there.
So many of those you help us serve at Seattle’s Union Gospel
Mission have lost hope. They wonder if they will ever find home
again. They wonder if they will ever turn a certain corner, or pass a
certain landmark, or feel as if they are almost there – as if they are
almost home.
Some believe that they are worthless, and that even God has given
up on them. It is often at that very moment, when it seems that
there is nothing else anyone can do, that God himself reaches out
and draws them near.
Your support this past year allows Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission
to simply be the hands and feet of Christ. To find those who have
lost hope and to help them restore it. To give those who are hurting
or suffering a sense that all is not lost – in fact that hope, and love,
and home are just around the corner. They are almost there!
Thank you!
Jeff Lilley
President
ANNUAL REPORT 2015
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GET INVOLVED
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Message from President
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Table of Contents
03
Recovery—Mike Torre
04
Our Programs
06
Church Partnerships—Eastside Foursquare
08
Fiscal Year 2015
Service Impact
10
Financial Overview
12
Community Partnerships—KentHOPE
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Key Partners
Businesses & Organizations
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Individuals, Churches & Foundations
17
How You Can Help
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Board of Trustees
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ANNUAL REPORT 2015
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THE
HOME STARTS WITH
GETWAY
INVOLVED
A PRISON VISIT
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A BIBLE
A SEARCH & RESCUE VAN
MIKE TORRE:
I WANT THEM TO FIND
WHAT I’VE FOUND
“The word ‘homeless’ was a comfort to me,”
Mike confesses.
When he lost both his twin daughters and his
dad in the same week, something inside felt
irrevocably broken. No home for Mike meant
no more pain.
Ten years on streets, numbed by drugs, led
Mike to jail in Kitsap County. There he met
Michael Sgobba, the Mission’s former director
of Prison Ministries, who met with him one-onone and gave him a Bible.
That very night, God appeared to Mike
in a dream alongside his father and twin
daughters. Mike again felt the hope of new
life. He studied the Bible regularly and met
with Michael weekly.
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When Mike was released, Michael was waiting
in the courtroom to take him straight to
the Mission.
“I didn’t want to be alone anymore,” Mike
says. In the Mission’s recovery program, Mike
found a new family in his brothers at the Men’s
Shelter and also rebuilt his relationships with
his siblings and remaining grown children.
“I know now that I don’t need drugs for a
painkiller because I have the best painkiller
medicine in the world – Jesus,” he says.
Mike now spends five nights a week going
out on Search & Rescue to help others find
their way home. “I want them to find what
I’ve found.”
Home is the people you
love and they love you.
-Mike Torre
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OUR PROGRAMS
2015 HIGHLIGHTS
CAR CAMPING
206.622.5177
MEN’S SHELTER AND RECOVERY
206.622.5177
Provides safe parking and basic services to
those housed in their cars. Offers increased
visibility for social service support outreach.
2015 saw dramatic expansion, as the Mission
provided support services to 1,811 car campers
and their families. We also provided 884 more
counseling sessions to car residents in need.
Offers emergency and long-term services as
well as addiction recovery designed to help
men overcome substance abuse and gain the
tools necessary for lifetime recovery.
New lockers were built at the Men’s Shelter
so that homeless individuals can have a place
to store their belongings and increase their
likeliness of finding work.
We provided 125,053 nights of safe sleep
across our Pioneer Square, Burien, and
temporary winter shelters in Lake City, Phinney
Ridge and Bellevue.
DENTAL CLINIC
206.621.7695
Offers dental care to men and women who
otherwise can’t afford it. Staffed primarily by
volunteer dentists and hygienists.
To supplement our downtown Seattle clinic, a
Northgate clinic opened in 2015, for the first
time serving families and children.
FOOD SERVICES
206.432.8449
Partners with volunteers to rekindle hope by
serving approximately 2,200 hot meals to men,
women and children every day.
Through BAM, or Bring a Meal, large groups of
volunteers, partner restaurants, and companies
brought in almost triple the amount of meals
this year versus 2014, increasing meals served
from 15,000 to 42,018.
Mission Meal Mobile launched in the summer
of 2015, bringing meals to King County food
deserts to serve 4,400 meals to children
who couldn’t get access to free and reduced
school lunches.
HOPELINE
206.432.8424
Offers a listening ear and prayer to men and
women callers. We refer individuals to free
resources and service providers throughout
King County.
Since opening in 2014, HopeLine has served
over 500 local neighbors in need.
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MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES
206.432.8476
Helps men and women struggling with
mental health issues, in partnership with the
Metropolitan Improvement District. Training
on Mental Health First Aid is available to
the public.
In 2015, Mental Health First Aid training was
delivered to 125 Seattle area residents. 241
seriously mentally ill homeless individuals
were connected to needed resources.
MORNING WATCH
206.498.7913
Serves businesses and residents by offering
individuals who are sleeping in doorways and
on benches a cup of coffee and a ride back to
the Mission for breakfast.
In the last year, Morning Watch increased its
personal ministry interactions from 2,337
to 5,420.
OPEN DOOR LEGAL SERVICES
206.682.4642
Provides free legal assistance and referrals
to homeless individuals, with the help of
volunteer legal professionals.
In 2015, 897 clients received more than
6,000 hours of legal help, resulting in over
$250,000 in forgiven debts.
I will rescue the lame; I will gather the exiles.
I will give them praise and honor in every land where they have suffered shame.
At that time I will gather you; at that time I will bring you home.
-Zephaniah 3:19-20 (NIV)
PRISON MINISTRIES
206.241.3991
Offers physical, emotional, and spiritual support
to people while they are incarcerated and when
rebuilding their lives after release.
331 Bibles were distributed in 2015, contributing
to 36 professions of faith. Coupled with Bible
Study and one-on-one time, 943 attended Life
Skills classes that were offered to inmates
across Puget Sound.
SEARCH & RESCUE
206.723.0767
Volunteers distribute food, blankets, clothing,
and the hand of friendship to individuals sleeping
on the street. We invite homeless people to safe
shelter and a hot meal at the Mission.
New vans allowed the program to expand to 4
routes. Volunteers contributed 8,500 hours
serving on Search and Rescue in 2015.
SERVE SEATTLE
206.432.8469
An urban missions institute where young
men and women commit a year to serving
the city through a variety of internships and
innovative ministries, while living together in
intentional community.
In 2015, 30 interns graduated, 10 of whom got
jobs where they interned or in a related field.
Serve Seattle also successfully launched a new
summer program.
STREET OUTREACH/118 DESIGNS
206.432.8442
Provides a way out of gang life for young men on
the streets through discipleship, woodworking
training, job readiness classes, and relational
support.
In 2015, 118 Designs earned $85,000 through
furniture sales and services, moving 42 young
men out of gangs and into ongoing discipleship.
The team also launched 118 Ambassadors,
a program geared towards high school
age participants.
VOLUNTEER ENGAGEMENT
206.723.0767
Matches volunteers’ interests and talents with
proactively identified needs both inside the
Mission and out in the community.
The program added 4,100 new volunteers in
2015, totaling 10,000+ individuals who multiply
our ministry.
WOMEN AND CHILDREN’S
SHELTER AND RECOVERY
206.628.2008
Offers emergency and long-term services to
women, rebuilding hope, opportunity, and
practical skills at locations across Puget
Sound, including Hope Place (South Seattle),
Emergency Family Shelter in partnership with
Mary’s Place (Belltown) and KentHOPE (Kent).
Women have access to programs in addiction
recovery, domestic violence, job training, and
discipleship and structured programs for
children and youth up to age 18.
In 2015, Hope Place launched its “By Design”
boutique where its residents can shop when
preparing for new life endeavors.
Supported by United Way of King County and
the City of Seattle, KentHOPE expanded the
overnight shelter providing 3,103 bed-nights
in just 5 months. Since opening, KentHOPE
has transitioned over 200 women and
children out of homelessness and helped
more than 85 women find jobs.
WOMEN’S TRANSITIONAL HOUSING
206.628.2008
Provides low-cost living and support
for women making a fresh start. Case
management, counseling, and support for
going back to school or into the workforce.
Includes Son Rise Apartments (Kent), SMART
Home in partnership with Philadelphia Church
(North Seattle) and Re:Novo Apartments in
partnership with Trinity West Seattle.
In 2015, the number of transitional units
increased to 31.
YOUTH SERVICES
206.725.2432
Provides after-school, neighborhood, and
summer programs for high-risk youth, as well
as campus outreach and leadership training.
2015 marked the launch of the new Raising
Up Young Queens program, reaching over
30 teen moms in the south Seattle area as
well as providing prevention curriculum to
over 20 girls. Through Youth Services, 108
young people became new believers and 65
rededicated their lives to Jesus.
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THE
HOME STARTS WITH
GETWAY
INVOLVED
A CHURCH PARTNERSHIP
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REAL FRIENDSHIPS
FREEDOM
CHRIS PEPPLER + SAM ROA:
TOGETHER, WE KEPT GOING
“When you use heroin, I use cheeseburgers.”
Pastor Chris Peppler’s food addiction came
riddled with similar pain, isolation and
dysfunction that he saw in the lives of men
in the recovery program at the Men’s Shelter.
But his journey away from addiction wasn’t as
simple as watching other men find freedom at
the Mission.
“I realized I wasn’t like these guys, as much
as I said I was,” Chris admits. “I didn’t
understand how much courage it took to
complete the program until I walked through
it myself.”
Chris had deep relationships with many of the
men in recovery, volunteering with Eastside
Foursquare since 2009. But entering the
program alongside the men ushered in a
whole new level of understanding and respect.
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Although he did not move into the shelter,
Chris wore a recovery badge, worked with a
case manager, and completed the recovery
curriculum. Having never run more than two
miles, Chris decided to train for a marathon.
He met guys like Sam Roa, who was on
Mission’s Mt. Rainier climb team. “I would’ve
never been able to complete my training
alone,” Chris says. “Sam and I often finished
last as we trained separately with our
respective teams. We endured physical pain
and injury. But together, we kept going.”
In the end, this wasn’t about mountains or
marathons, this was about accountable
relationships.
Through
their
common
struggle, they built a friendship and gained a
new sense of identity and renewed purpose.
BUSINESS REVIEW
2015
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-Sam Roa
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“If we completed a physical challenge but
were still addicted, then who cares?” Chris
asks. “There are still races to run and
mountains to climb. We’re in relationship
with each other and with God, and we’ve
tackled our issues head-on. Those are
the wins, those are the victories we
will remember.”
Chris and Sam graduated from the Mission’s
recovery program together in August 2015.
Chris has changed his relationship with food
and continues to run regularly. He says his
greatest victory is the newfound confidence
to lead his family at home.
ANNUAL
ANNUALREPORT
REPORT2015
2015 |09
9
FISCAL YEAR
SERVICE IMPACT
943
ATTENDED PRISON MINISTRY
LIFE SKILLS CLASSES
16 921
COUNSELING HOURS
4 100
NEW VOLUNTEERS
+37
185
CHURCH PARTNERSHIPS
487
MENTAL HEALTH
THERAPEUTIC INTERVENTIONS
3 006
BIBLE STUDIES
*
84%
MEN’S GRADUATION
SUCCESS RATE
175 366
NIGHTS OF SAFE SHELTER
Recovery Program
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*
+18
74%
WOMEN’S GRADUATION
SUCCESS RATE
985 041
MEALS PROVIDED
Recovery Program
+35
19 298
*GRADUATION SUCCESS RATES
ARE THE PERCENTAGE OF
RECOVERY PROGRAM GRADUATES
WHO ARE LIVING IN SOBRIETY
TWO YEARS AFTER GRADUATION,
IN STABLE HOUSING, CONNECTED
WITH FAMILY AND CHURCH,
AND EMPLOYED OR IN SCHOOL.
NOTE THAT THESE RATES ARE
CUMULATIVE SINCE 2011.
SEARCH & RESCUE
BLANKETS DISTRIBUTED
ANNUAL REPORT 2015
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FISCAL YEAR
FINANCIAL OVERVIEW
The work of the Mission was made possible by
the generous support of donors and partners
like you. In 2015, thanks to your gifts and
God’s grace, we provided a record number
of meals, reached more people in need and
expanded our Search & Rescue efforts.
8%
4%
But more importantly, we were able to connect
more churches to help proactively address the
roots of poverty, homelessness and hunger in
King County.
77%
6%
5%
The following financial highlights are truly a
blessing and quite simply, a testament to the
power of a community joining together to help
transform lives today and for generations
to come.
CONTRIBUTIONS
Individual Contributions: 77%
Bequests from Estates - net: 8%
Churches, Clubs and Other Contributions: 4%
Foundation Grants: 6%
Business Contributions: 5%
Thank you for your support.
7%
12%
81%
OPERATING
EXPENSES
Program Services: 81%
Fundraising Expenses: 12%
Administrative Expenses: 7%
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SUPPORT & REVENUE
Contributions for
General Operations
Individual Contributions.......................................................... $13,622,639
Business Contributions................................................................. 841,027
Foundation Grants..................................................................... 1,123,215
Churches, Clubs and Other Contributions....................................... 681,360
Bequests from Estates - net....................................................... 1,455,981
Other Contributions
Gifts-in-Kind Contributions........................................................ $3,517,837
Total Contributions............................................................................... $21,242,059
Other Revenues
Investment Income - net.............................................................. $661,370
Ministry, Rents & Other - net.......................................................... 426,169
Total Support & Revenue.................................................................... $22,329,598
EXPENSES
Operating Expenses
Program Services.................................................................. $19,391,178
Fundraising Expenses................................................................ 2,825,525
Administrative Expenses............................................................ 1,640,782
Total Operating Expenses.................................................................... $23,857,485
Other Expenses/
Investments
Loss on disposal of fixed assets................................................... $-27,070
Gain on expiration of the New Market Tax Credit transaction......... 5,456,699
Change in net assets - nonoperating........................................... 5,429,629
Total Net Assets.................................................................................... $38,730,384
ANNUAL REPORT 2015
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THE
HOME STARTS WITH
GETWAY
INVOLVED
A SHARED VISION
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COMMUNITY PARTNERS
NEW HOPE
PAT GRAY + LISA CANDLER:
YOU CAN NEVER DREAM OF
WHAT MAY HAPPEN
There was no place to go during the day, and
very few options at night.
That’s what homeless individuals shared
with a small group of community members
as they regularly served lunch in a downtown
Kent park.
Moved by the need, Pat Gray rallied KentHOPE:
a grassroots gathering of churches, service
providers and individuals to first develop
a day center, with the eventual goal of
an overnight shelter to help serve Kent’s
homeless neighbors.
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But after two years, the passionate team was
struggling to secure a location, city permits,
proper funding and community support from
local businesses.
Seeing a like-minded partner, the Mission
approached KentHOPE with a potential
location, financial support, and most critically,
expertise and staff – people like Lisa Candler,
for instance, a Hope Place graduate with both
firsthand experience and formal training.
“You can never dream what might happen
when a small group starts something. You
realize that many others have that same
heart and desire – but they need someone
to guide them,” Pat reflects.
I experienced the hopelessness of
being homeless. Today, I love to walk
alongside women, watch them regain
their hope, and make small successes
each day that eventually lead them to
independent lives once again.
-Lisa Candler
KentHOPE Supervisor
Guided by Mission expertise, KentHOPE
runs with critically important community
volunteers, over 20 local churches, and many
local businesses, some of which previously
resisted the day center. In April 2014, the
impact of KentHOPE grew by adding overnight
shelter at seven churches, bringing to fruition
the vision of a few individuals in 2011.
“Thanks to the Mission’s expertise, we’ve
been able to bridge the gap between
businesses, people and churches in the Kent
community. We’ve helped nearly 200 women
and children find housing and 85 women find
jobs,” Pat beams.
ANNUAL REPORT 2015
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KEY PARTNERS
BUSINESSES AND ORGANIZATIONS
Giving between September 1, 2014 through August 31, 2015
*includes donated goods
For over 83 years,
generous donors
like you have made
it possible for us to
serve the hungry and
homeless neighbors
in our community.
Thank you for your
continued support and
for helping so many
find their way home.
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BUSINESSES &
ORGANIZATIONS *
$2,500-9,999
Aetna
Alliance Printing
Aviation Partners
Blueprint Services
Boeing Employee Credit Union
Component Products Corp.
Costco
CRISTA Ministries
Cruse of Oil
Dunn Lumber
Ellis, Li & McKinstry
EMC Corporation
Exclusive Home Realty
Fulcrum Capital
Industrial Air Systems
JP Work & Associates
Keithly Electric Company
Kendra Todd Group
Key Private Bank
King County Employee Giving Program
Masterworks
Pacific Treatment Alternatives
Precision Acoustical
Single Vision Express
Spectralux Corporation
Starbucks
Sweeney Conrad, P.S.
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The Roanoke Inn
Townie Shades
Translink Shipping
Treen Corporation
Umpqua Bank
Wheeler Seafood
BUSINESSES &
ORGANIZATIONS *
$10,000+
Metropolitan Improvement District
Emerald City Commons
Employees Community Fund of Boeing
Fox Plumbing and Heating
Give with Liberty
Jump Management
Microsoft Corporation
National Safety Co.
Network For Good
Oak Harbor Freight Lines
Odyssey Enterprises
Seattle Pump and Equipment Co.
Smead Capital Management
Stabbert Maritime
Terra Associates
Thai Siam Restaurant
The Boeing Company
The Herjavec Group
United Way
KEY PARTNERS
INDIVIDUALS, CHURCHES & FOUNDATIONS
Giving between September 1, 2014 through August 31, 2015
INDIVIDUALS
$2,500-9,999
Charles Aanenson
Ms. Janet Abubakar
Mr. and Mrs. Eric Adams
Mr. and Mrs. Steven Aeschbacher
Shelley Agostino
Celiz Aguilar
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Albright
Mr. Jack Allen
Ehusevia Alva
John and Wendy Anderson
Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Anderson
Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Anderson
Mrs. Barbara Anderson
Mr. Michael Ashmore
Mr. and Mrs. David Ashmun
Dr. and Mrs. David Atkins
Mr. and Mrs. John Atwood
Nicki Avery
Elizabeth Baggaley
Mr. and Mrs. George Bailey
Gary and Mary Baldridge
Ms. Patricia Banasky
Mr. Stanley Banek
Karrie Baquian
Pamela Barker
Doug Barnes
Diana Barry
Rebecca Barton
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bates
Kathy Bauer and Dean LaFontaine
Mrs. Debby Beason
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Beck
Geraldine Beeler
Mr. and Mrs. Steven Bell
Seth Bennett
Patricia Bentz
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Berfield
Mr. and Mrs. Nels Berg
Mr. Mark Bergquist
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bertch
Mr. Brad Best
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Biddle
Mr. and Mrs. William Bigbee-Hansen
Aaron Bird
Chris Birkland
Liane Black
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Blier
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Blomquist
Mr. and Mrs. David Bloyer
Mr. William Bock
Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Bodenstab
Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Borg
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bottem
Mrs. Elisabeth Bottler
Austin Bowles
Mr. David Brandt
Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Breeds
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Brodie
Mr. and Mrs. David Broman
Josh Brookhart
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Brossard
Molly Brown
Mr. David Brown
Courtney Bruner
Estate of Lynwood Brunsell
Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bube
Jennifer and Ryan L. Buma
J. Michael Burke
Karen and Jeremy Butler
Mr. Thomas Cain
Mr. Randolph Camacho
Kohen Camp
Mr. and Mrs. Scott Cannon
Mr. and Mrs. David Carleson
Jeff and Alicia Carnevali
Mr. and Mrs. Craig Carpenter
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Carson
Colin Cary
Teresa Cattedra
Mr. Leslie Chaffee
Gloria Chailante
John Chamberlain
Mr. Patrick Chaney
Dr. A. Zerne Chapman
Stacey Chau
Min Chong
Terry Chaussee
Calvin Cheng
Sandra Chivers
Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Chou
Mr. and Mrs. John Christianson
Joyce Chui
Grace Chung
Mr. and Mrs. James Clark
Michaella Clemming
Dr. and Mrs. James Clifton
Mr. and Mrs. Ron Clinkenbeard
Joyce Clise
Richard Clise
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cocorocchia
Mr. Stephen Connelly
Mr. and Mrs. Lance Corbin
Kate Coxon
Jennifer Coy
Sara Craig
Patty Cristel
Robert and Elizabeth Crittenden
Mr. C. B. Crouse
Mr. Gene Curcio
Kelly Curran
Jerad and Jessica Daley
Paul Danis
Mr. Cliff Dargie
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Daubenspeck
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Davis
Mr. Jerry R. Davis
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dean
Mr. Henry Decker
Mr. David Deffinbaugh
Carol DeLappe-Chryst
Prescott Dempster
Peri and Philip Dicrescentis
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dirks
Mr. Roger Dixon
Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Donovan
Mrs. Turrell Doolittle
Jo Ettea Dorband
Brenda Dormaier
Marcus Dorschel
Chad Douglas
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dubeck
Stacy Dunlap
Michael Dunn
Mr. Joseph Dunn
Brud Easton
Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Edelman
Mr. and Mrs. Brian Elmenhurst
Mr. and Mrs. Duane Engle
Barden Erickson
Ina Etheridge
Meagan Evans
Derryl Evans
Mr. and Mrs. Fabio Fantozzi
Janice Farrell
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Faulstich
R. Preston and Lora Feight
Ms. Vanessa Fenlason
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fenning
Mr. Kelly Finn
Darcy Fleck
Mr. and Mrs. Ryan Fleming
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Fletcher
Mr. Patrick Fly
Markus Foerster
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Folkers
Peter Forras
Alexandra Forrest
Mr. and Mrs. John Forrest
Mr. and Mrs. Donn Fountain
Mr. and Mrs. Rick Foxworthy
Mr. Craig Francis
James and Amanda Franck
Ms. Sonia Frank
Mr. Russell Franklin
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Freed
Mr. Adam Frey
Mark Fritz
ANNUAL REPORT 2015
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KEY PARTNERS
INDIVIDUALS, CHURCHES & FOUNDATIONS (cont.)
Giving between September 1, 2014 through August 31, 2015
INDIVIDUALS
$2,500-$9,999 (cont.)
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Frost
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Garrett
Estate of Ethel and Donald Garrison
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Garvey
Gregg and Kari Garza
Mr. and Mrs. Brett Gerry
Lynsey Gibbons
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Gila
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Gilbert
Sibella Giorello
Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Gleason
Mr. and Mrs. L. Keith Gorder
Darrel and Marjorie Gordon
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gore
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Gottas
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Gray
Dr. and Mrs. Peter Grimm
Clint Guin
Kathleen Gullberg
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Haas
Mr. Bert Hambleton
Dorothy Hamlin
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Hanes
Shirley Harlow
Mr. and Mrs. John Harnish
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Harrang
Mr. and Mrs. Stan Harrelson
Mr. and Mrs. David Harris
Le Beau and Robert Harrow
Jay and Dorothy Hart
Erfon Haubenstock
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hauff
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Heisel
Arletta Henderson
Sam Herzer
Mr. and Mrs. Adam Hestad
Mr. William Hill
Christopher and Aimee Hirata
Tara Hirjak
Mr. and Mrs. Dean Hirsch
Mr. Ralph Hoard
Mr. and Mrs. Greg Hockerman
Mr. and Mrs. David Hoffman
Helga Hofmann
Mrs. Kathryn Hollingsworth
Mr. Mark Holub
Mr. Brian Hopkins
Mr. George Horsham
Dr. and Mrs. Fred Horvath
Mr. and Mrs. Duane House
Nathaniel Hubbard
Annette Hubbard
Anna Huber
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Mr. and Mrs. Erik Huber
Mr. and Mrs. Zack Hubert
Katherine Huffendick Charitable Trust
Lillian Hunt
Mr. and Mrs. James Huntsperger
Gwendolyn Hyde
Stacy Hyle
Ronald Hysom
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Igo
Mr. Henry Iszley
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Iwen
Mr. and Mrs. George Jackson
Jacob Jeffries
Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Jenkins
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jenkins
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Jensen
Ann Jewett
Rian and Michele Johnson
Elaine Johnson
Lisa Johnson
Beatha Johnson
Eric Jonsen
Mr. David Kading
Kristopher Kaiyala
Kyle and Kristin Karpack
Blanche Kazen
Mr. and Mrs. David Keyes
Mr. Mark Kieffer
Mr. Charles King
Mr. John Kirk
Mr. and Mrs. Brian Kirkpatrick
Mr. Paul Kollmorgen
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Koster
Mr. and Mrs. William Kreager
Peggy Kulpa
Mr. Eugene Lam
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Lang
Cherie Lang
Mr. Charles Lang
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Langworthy
Robyn Lawrence
Cornelius and Kristen Lee
Yong Lee
Miss Ruth Lemont
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Lenarz
Mr. Paul Lepse
Amy and Daniel Letinsky
Janet Lewis
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lewis
Jeff and Eugenie Lilley
Jeffrey and Sherry Lin
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lincoln
Vila Lind
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Litke
Mr. and Mrs. Darran Littlefield
Michael and Emmie Lo
Jeff Ludwyck
SEATTLE’S UNION GOSPEL MISSION · UGM.ORG
Mr. Daniel Lund
Jason Lund
Mr. Michael Lunsford
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Lyons
Mr. and Mrs. Chad Mackay
Mr. Jeffrey Magnotti
Marida Manning
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Markezich
Mr. David C. Marshall
Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Martinell
Brent Martonik
Mr. and Mrs. Greg Mason
Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Mason
Santosh Mathan
Mr. and Mrs. Dean Matsen
David and Abigail Matson
Matt and Susan Maury
Scott and Danielle McAfee
Kara Mcdermott
Douglas McDougall
Ms. Margie McGarvey
Mr. and Mrs. William McGonagle
Mr. and Mrs. Murray McKinney
Sarah McLatchy
Karen and Gary McMillen
Alec Mcnayr
Mr. and Mrs. Alan McRobert
Estate of Erna Meinke
Michael Melvin and Cynthia Erler
Tami and Rocco Meraglia
Mr. and Mrs. Denny Middlesworth
Mark Mikoleit and Marci Marra
Ms. Amy Miller
Mr. and Mrs. William Milne
David and Susan Mitchell
Vincent Mitchell
Mr. and Mrs. David Moerdyk
Mr. and Mrs. George Moergeli
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Monteith
Mr. and Mrs. David Moore
Roberta R. Moore
Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Morgenroth
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Morley
Dr. Linda Morrow
Judy Murray
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Nalley
John and Cheryl Needham
Bernadette Nelson
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Nelson
Ms. Betty Nes-Wabey
Mrs. Helen Neudorfer
Dr. and Mrs. Sam Nichols
Mr. and Mrs. David Nickerson
Mr. and Mrs. David Nielsen
Mr. John Nitardy
Mr. Eric Noreen
Rebecca Norlander
Whoever is generous to the poor lends to the Lord,
and he will repay him for his deed.
-Proverbs 19:17
Mr. and Mrs. Win Norton
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Nowogroski
Mr. Phil Nyberg
Estate of Nadine Nystrom
Mr. David Odom
Mr. and Mrs. John Olerud
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Oliver
Mr. and Mrs. John Olson
Jason Olson
Donald and Dean Olson
Mr. and Mrs. John O’Neil
Mr. Russell Ostlie Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Owens
Rajeev Pany
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Paoletti
Lisa Park
Harold Parker
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Pederson
Marian Peiroli
Eleanor Pendley
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Perry
Estate of Dorothy Peterson
Dr. and Mrs. James Petrin
Tom and Sally Peyree
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Phillips
Glenn and Cynthia Picklesimer
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Pizzo
Rich and Jenny Printz
Mr. and Mrs. Christian Raaum
Estate of Gustav Raaum
Bharat Ranjan
Janette Ravander
Joanne Rayl
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Rech
Susan Redhed
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Reed
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Regis
Mr. and Mrs. Dana Rekow
Mr. and Mrs. William Reubel
Michael Revis
Kaci Rexilius
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Reynolds
Carrie Rhodes
Jonathan Rhodes
J. W. Richardson II
Joseph and Allison Riley
Mr. John Robert
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Robinson
Igor Roshchuk
Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Ross
Estate of James Earl Roth
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rubbelke
Rob Ruch
Layne Russell
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rutherford
Mrs. Grace Rutherford
Mrs. Colleen Schell
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Scherrer
Mr. Michael Schmit
Jim and Kellie Schneider
Mr. Dennis Schober
Clark Schofield
Mr. Alexander Schurman
Mr. Michael Scoggins
Dr. and Mrs. James Seeley
Capt. and Mrs. Nicholas Sgalitzer
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Shaber
Patrick and Annie Sheehan
Guy Shefner
Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Shetler
Michi Shimada
Helena Shorett
Mr. and Mrs. David Shute
Mr. and Mrs. Jon Simonson
Helen M. Simpson
Soulinthome Sinicrope
Murali and Gouri Sivarajan
Katherine Skordal
Marlene Smedley
Leonard Smith
Mr. William Smith
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Snyder
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Spitalnick
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Stabingas
Mr. Robert Stafford Jr.
Cynthia and Jeffrey Stair
Mr. Andrew Steiner
Albert Stephens
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Stockdale
Mr. and Mrs. James Storer
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Strackbein
Sharon Struthers
Estate of Kevin Sullivan
Jennifer Summa
Jake Sundberg
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Swanson
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sweeney
Joel Swenson
Mr. and Mrs. James Szabo
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Tate
Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Temp
Mr. and Mrs. John Thelan
Brian Thielicke
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Thompson
Mr. Ted Thompson
Timothy and Sarah Tien
Mr. Wesley Tietge
Jonathan Tinter
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Todd
Mr. Andrew Toles
Daryl and Karen Trezise
Barbee Tucker-Pigott
Rita Tuohy
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Tutmarc
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Valencia
Mr. and Mrs. Philippe Vallerand
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Van Ness
Merab Van Noy
Mr. John Van Velthuyzen
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Vander Pol
Mr. and Mrs. Joel VanDerPuy
Mrs. Barbara Vemo
Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Vieceli
Mr. and Mrs. David Visser
Mr. and Mrs. Craig Wainscott
Mr. Robert Walker
Frances Wallace
Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Wallace
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Warfel
Douglas Weaver
Kennedy Webb
Mr. and Mrs. Garland Wells
Mark Wendling
Edward Werner
Mr. Michael Weston
Diane Wheeler
Mr. and Mrs. William Whitfield
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wight
Mr. and Mrs. Greg Willems
Mr. Johnny Winters
David and Bethany Witham
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Wolff
Mr. Thomas Wolter
Mr. and Mrs. William Woodman
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wooldridge
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Woolett
Mr. and Mrs. Kemyss Worley
John Wurts
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Yancich
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Yoshida
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Young
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Zevenbergen
Mr. and Mrs. Rafael Zimberoff
INDIVIDUALS
$10,000+
Bill and Bartley Aanenson
Janette and Bill Adamucci
Mr. and Mrs. Troy Alstead
Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Alvord
Richard and Nancy Alvord
Mr. and Mrs. William Best
Erika Bohm-Vitense
Mr. and Mrs. James Borgman
Ms. Tanya Button
Mr. and Mrs. Craig Chapman
ANNUAL REPORT 2015
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KEY PARTNERS
INDIVIDUALS, CHURCHES & FOUNDATIONS (cont.)
Giving between September 1, 2014 through August 31, 2015
INDIVIDUALS
$10,000+ (cont.)
Jeff Cole
Mr. and Mrs. Jason Conrads
Estate of Anna Coon
Mr. and Mrs. Steven Cressey
Mr. and Mrs. David Cutler
Mr. and Mrs. Dean Darwin
Mrs. Stella DeYoung
Mrs. Sandra Dunn
Deanna Ellestad Living Trust
Martin and Linda Ellison
Estate of Arthur Engle Jr.
Mark and Victoria Fanning
Randi Fattizzi
Estate of Ruth Gillis
Robert Gomulkiewicz and Andrea Lairson
Mr. Dominic Gospodor
Kitsy Gregory
Mr. and Mrs. David Grieger
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Haechler
Mr. and Mrs. Elling Halvorson
Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Hanson
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Herd
Gaye Hewson
Mr. Roland Hoefer
Mr. and Mrs. John Hollinrake
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hughes
Estate of Anna Hurst
Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Hussey
Joanna Jobon
Estate of June Johnson
The Estate of Edna M. Johnston
Mr. Floyd Jones
Mr. and Mrs. Hyeon Kang
Estate of Iwao Kawakami
Mr. Richard Kemp
Mrs. Glenna Kendall
Mrs. Karleen Kennedy
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kletsch
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kongorski
Estate of Florence Langhorne
Estate of Dennis Laxton
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lewis
Elizabeth Lie
Mr. and Mrs. Terence Limb
Matt and Laurra McGregor
Mike and Heather McKay
Dave Meinert
Shaun Miller
Estate of Bula G. Miller
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Daniel and Amy Mills
Mr. Zimri Moore
Heather and Jason Needham
Jeannie and Bruce Nordstrom
Blake and Molly Nordstrom
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Olson
Estate of Beatrice Olson
Kyle and Sue Peters
Mr. and Mrs. David Peterson
Mr. and Mrs. George Petrie
Tom Prenzlow
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Quick
Estate of Larry Rand
Mike and Linda Ranz
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Rasar
Estate of Jean Reed
Estate of Jane Reierstad
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Resnick
Mrs. Joan Riser
Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Sankey
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Schepper
Mr. and Mrs. James Sheldrup
Estate of Elsie Silver
Bill and Becky Smead
William Snider and Kendra VanderMeulen
Estate of Matilda Soukp
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Steegstra
Estate of Evelyn Steen
Estate of Douglas Stevenson
Estate of Evelyn Stotler
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Swanson
Estate of Florice Swanson
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Sytsma
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Teves
Keith and Susan Tibbles
Mr. and Mrs. John Tippett
Mr. and Mrs. James Tobias
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Twiggs
Mr. and Mrs. Scott Urie
Amy Van Velthuyzen
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Walker
Mr. James A. Weber
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Weibling
Allan and Laurie Wenzel
Estate of Jessie Margaret Wheeler
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Willman
Mr. and Mrs. David Wilson
Terry Wilson
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Yates
Dr. and Mrs. James Zimmerman
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Zonnefeld
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Zonnefeld
SEATTLE’S UNION GOSPEL MISSION · UGM.ORG
CHURCHES
$2,500+
Bellevue Presbyterian Church
Calvary Chapel South
Capitol Hill Presbyterian Church
Community Christian Fellowship
Crossroads Bible Church
Downtown Cornerstone Church
Eastridge Baptist Church of Kent
Eastside Christian Fellowship
Ekklesia Seattle
Emmanuel Episcopal Church
Evangelical Chinese Church
Evergreen Baptist Church of Seattle
John Knox Presbyterian Church
Kent Covenant Church
Lake Sawyer Christian Church
Life Source Christian Fellowship
Living Word Christian Ministry
Maple Leaf Evangelical Church
Mars Hill Church
Mar Thoma Congregation of Greater Seattle
New Beginnings Christian Fellowship
Refuge Church
Riverview Community Church
Rolling Bay Presbyterian Church
Shoreline Community Church
Sisters of Providence
Westside Church
FOUNDATIONS
$2,500-9,999
Bishop Fleet Foundation
Cobalt Cares Foundation
David McKinlay Trust
Earl Thomas’ Guardian Angel Foundation
Fish 153 Foundation
Fleck Family Foundation
GE Foundation
Horizons Foundation
Kam Cares
Kent Rotary Club Foundation
King County Finance and Business Division
Moccasin Lake Foundation
NorthWest Baptist Foundation
Pacific Northwest Relocation Council
Patterson Charitable Foundation
Pinkerton Foundation
Raymond James Charitable
Endowment Fund
Robert and LeBeau Harrow
Charitable Foundation
Rotary Club of Emerald City Foundation
Silicon Valley Community Foundation
Staples Foundation For Learning Inc.
The Capital Group Companies
Charitable Foundation
The Chicago Community Foundation
The Ray and Donna Guerin
Family Foundation
Valencia Foundation
Wenaweser Foundation
Wyman Youth Trust
FOUNDATIONS
$10,000+
American Endowment Foundation
Anderson Family Foundation
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
Byron W. and Alice L. Lockwood Foundation
Glaser Foundation Inc.
Gunnar and Ruth Lie Foundation
Jean K. Lafromboise Foundation
John C. & Karyl Kay Hughes Foundation
Jumpstart Washington
Keith & Mary Kay McCaw Family Foundation
Kenneth and Dorothy Anderson
Family Foundation
Mattaini Family Foundation
National Christian Foundation Seattle
Resnick Family Foundation Inc.
Safeway Foundation
Seattle King County Dental Foundation
The Biella Foundation
The Seattle Foundation
We strive for accuracy; please
excuse any errors. Contact the
Donor Relations Department
at 206.723.0767 x428 or
[email protected] for
any changes or corrections.
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GET INVOLVED
THE WAY HOME STARTS WITH YOU!
HOPE STARTS WITH A MEAL.
When you give to the Mission, you will provide
emergency meals and shelter for those in need.
Your gifts give hurting men, women and children the
first step to tranformed lives and a hopeful future.
Give today! UGM.org
VOLUNTEER.
Volunteering at the Mission directly impacts the lives of people
living in the darkest places in our community.
For the latest volunteer opportunities, visit UGM.org/volunteer
GET INVOLVED WITH MY CHURCH.
Did you know that there’s often one or more churches behind
every program we have? Join our network of churches committed
to transforming the Seattle region through the love of Christ.
For more information, visit LightUpTheCity.org
GIVE GOODS AND SERVICES.
We often need specific food, clothing and other items to keep
our programs running at full speed. And that’s important! Your
gently used clothes and household goods can be given to
families in desperate need.
Learn more at UGM.org/donategoods
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LEAVE A LEGACY.
Your estate gift can change the lives of generations to come.
To learn more, visit UGMLegacy.org
YOU’RE INVITED.
Hear inspiring stories of transformation and meet the people
who you support! You’re welcome to attend graduation
ceremonies, new program launches and other Mission events.
For an up-to-date schedule, visit UGM.org/events
For all other questions, please get in touch with our
Donor Relations team at 206.723.0767
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ORGANIZE YOUR EMPLOYEES TO SERVE
impact
You won’t believe the
your company can have when
you serve at Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission! We like to think
of it as the easiest and most meaningful community service
opportunity in King County.
To find out ways to give back while engaging your employees,
visit UGM.org/corporate
ANNUAL REPORT 2015
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BOARD OF TRUSTEES
2015
LINDA RANZ
CHAIRMAN
Starbucks
Director, Global E-commerce
BILL AANENSON
VICE CHAIRMAN
Colliers International
Senior Vice President
JENNY PRINTZ
Fundraising Consultant
Seattle Mariners Radio
Bonneville Seattle
Account Executive
KELLIE SCHNEIDER
ANDY TOLES
IMMEDIATE PAST CHAIRMAN
MICHAEL TUTMARC
Ellis, Li & McKinstry PLLC
Partner
JOHN FORREST
TREASURER
Sweeney Conrad, P.S.
Tax Shareholder
CRAIG CHAPMAN
SECRETARY
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MATT MCGREGOR
Swedish Hospital Medical Center
Medical Social Worker
Tutmarc Architects
President
SCOTT URIE
Washington Air Reps, Inc.
President, Retired
JEFF LILLEY
PRESIDENT
Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission
INRIX, Inc.
Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer,
Retired
ADVISORY BOARD
RYAN CHURCH
ANDRE BENJAMIN
University Presbyterian Church
Sr. Director, University Ministries
College Success Foundation
College Advisor
ANN KLEIN
RUSSELL COLE
Klein Partners, Inc.
President
Sage Advisors, LLC
President and Chief Advisor
SEATTLE’S UNION GOSPEL MISSION · UGM.ORG
WE ARE //
A passionate community who follow Jesus Christ
in His relentless redeeming love for all people.
OUR MISSION //
To serve, rescue and transform those in greatest
need through the grace of Jesus Christ.
OUR VISION //
To forcefully impact poverty and brokenness,
affecting such significant change that our
communities point to God.
SEATTLE’S UNION GOSPEL MISSION
3800 S Othello St, Seattle, WA 98118
206.723.0767 · UGM.org