Fiscal Year 2011-2012 Annual Report

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Fiscal Year 2011-2012 Annual Report
Changing Lives
for the Better
2011-2012
Message From the Executive Director
I’m hungry. These words have a very different meaning in my home than in the homes of the clients we serve at West
Valley Community Services. As a partner of Second Harvest Food Bank, WVCS helps to put food on the table of those
who are in need. Together with other Emergency Assistance agencies like Sunnyvale Community Services, St. Joseph
Family Center and Mountain View CSA we ensure that the entire county is able to access food, resources to shelter and
other basic needs to prevent hunger and homelessness.
My three active and growing teens constantly say “I’m hungry” even after generous servings at dinner. Amazed at how
much they can eat, it gives me a sense of satisfaction that as a parent I am more than able to fill this very basic need.
How painful it would be to hear “I’m hungry”, if I were unable to provide them food. One in ten parents in our valley
will hear those words and will not be able to provide the food that their children need. We see those families everyday
at WVCS.
Through the generous donations of food, funds and volunteer time, we can work to ensure that the words “I’m hungry”
becomes a “want” instead of a “need”. We thank you for your support these past 39 years. As we reach our milestone
next year of 40 years of service, we continue to ask you for your support and partnership so that no one’s table is empty.
In partnership,
Naomi Nakano-Matsumoto, LCSW
Message From the Board President
As we approach the end of another year we find much to be hopeful and grateful for. Working with great focus on shoring
up our fiscal condition, Staff has enjoyed one of its’ most successful fund raising years, and it’s not over yet. These
activities have been highlighted by, but certainly not limited to, the Second Annual Chefs of Compassion.
New individual donors are making an impact, cost saving measures are being enacted to good effect and the scope of our
services remains very robust. There is still much to do.
Yet I have every confidence in our ability to thrive in this difficult time. WVCS enjoys the many benefits of a motivated,
compassionate and resourceful Staff as well as an outstanding Executive Director. Each Board member is engaged personally
and financially in support of WVCS, and the very large cadre of enthusiastic volunteers, without whom the extension of
our services would be impossible, continues to be one our most valuable assets. Pulling together as a community for the
benefit of the less fortunate is the essence of WVCS. Thank you all for your part in this vital organization.
In community spirit,
Steve Spitts
About West Valley Community Services
West Valley Community Services, Inc. (WVCS) is a private nonprofit, community-based agency that
has been providing direct assistance and referral services to the west valley communities of Santa Clara
County for over 38 years. We provides a continuum of basic needs, family support services and housing
services including: information and referrals, food pantry, homeless services, transitional housing,
affordable housing, emergency financial assistance, family support programs, and case management
services. WVCS serves the west valley communities of Cupertino, Los Gatos, Monte Sereno, Saratoga,
West San Jose and the surrounding mountain regions.
Our Mission
The mission of West Valley Community Services is to encourage the sharing of community resources,
to provide basic human needs in a caring and dignified environment, and to provide opportunities for
volunteers to participate in West Valley Community Services’ activities.
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Clients served by Family Type
9%
17%
Couple - 9%
13%
Couple with Children - 13%
Single Men - 27%
Single Men w/ Children - 1%
33%
27%
Single Women - 33%
Single Women w/ Children 17%
1%
Clients served by Ethnicity
2%
11%
White - 39%
9%
Latino - 18%
Black - 9%
Native American - 2%
18%
Other & Mixed - 11%
39%
community
benefits
6,643 clients
served
774,935 lbs. of food
distributed
$59,694 financial aid
provided
Asian - 21%
21%
Fiscal Year 2011-2012
• 19,403 volunteer hours
• 334 families received financial aid
• $5,600 value of in-kind voucher
including gas cards & bus tokens
• 148 children received Spring
Baskets filled with school supplies
• 186 families received Holiday
Food Baskets
• 694 individuals participated in
the Holiday Adopt-A-Family and
Holiday Shopping Spree
Clients served by City
19%
27%
Cupertino - 27%
Los Gatos - 9%
6%
San Jose - 35%
4%
Saratoga - 4%
9%
Sunnyvale - 6%
Other Cities - 19%
35%
• 231 school-aged children
participated in the Back-to-School
Programs
• 169 homeless individuals received
information and referral services
• 21 homeless individuals
successfully placed into
permanent housing
• 13 placed in BMR rentals
• 3 placed in BMR sales
Health- Providing Food & Nutrition Services
Food Pantry
Qualified families and individuals can visit our food
pantries in Cupertino and Los Gatos weekly for fresh
food and staples such as rice, beans, canned, and dried
goods sourced from Second Harvest Food Bank and
generous donations from local grocery stores such as
Safeway, Trader Joe’s, and Whole Foods. In addition
to food, families can get basic need items such as
diapers, household items, and special dietary and
ethnic food items.
• 1,808 persons served
• 774,395 pounds of food distributed
Community Access to Resources &
Education (CARE)
Provides access to valuable health and nutrition
resources during times of need. CARE provides
education on existing services and resources in
the community such as Food Stamps, SSI, SSID,
CalWorks, and Earn Income Tax Credit (EITC) that
will help provide long term solutions to families and
individuals in need.
• 150 clients enrolled food stamps, free/reduced
lunch, and health insurance
• 73 clients participated in Cooking on a Dime
workshops
• 90 clients attended educational workshops on legal
rights, healthcare, and parenting
Financial Workshops & Education
Free financial workshops on setting a budget,
establishing spending and saving priorities, avoiding
predatory lenders and making sound financial
decisions for the future. Free tax assistance during the
tax season.
• 38 clients attended financial workshops
• 73 tax returns were filed and resulting in $115,463
tax refunds
“Our household was struggling with financial
crisis for years. We couldn’t afford our
utilities, were a month behind on rent and had
already recieved a three-day notic to pay-orleave. As a last resort, we came to WVCS for
our, we came to WVCS for our utilities, food,
and housing. We can’t express our gratitude
enough for the services we’ve recieved.”
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Home - Providing Shelter & Housing Assistance
An estimated 18,329 persons
experience homelessness
annually in Santa Clara County
which equates to appromimately
1% of the total population.
Vista Village Apartments
A 24-unit complex of 1 and 2 bedroom apartments for
very low-income qualified candidates.
Below Market Rate Housing (BMR)
Haven to Home
A program working with homeless clients towards
housing stability. Provides access to resources such as
food, transportation, toiletries, and other items.
• 139 clients served
• 9 clients moved into permanent housing
• 3 clients received $2,364 in rental assistance
• 121 clients benefitted from resources such as bus
passes, food vouchers, and gas cards
WVCS administers the BMR rental & sales program
for the City of Cupertino.
• 269 persons attended a BMR orientation
• 54 rental applications submitted
• 13 apartments rented
• 42 sales applications submitted
• 3 homes closed escrow
Transitional Housing Program
Case managed, very low income housing for working
homeless men, and working or school-bound
homeless women with one child under age 6.
• 12 clients moved into permanent housing
• 6 clients received $7,143 in rental assistance
• 58 clients benefitted from resources such as bus
passes, food vouchers, and gas cards
Stories of success
David, a 52 year old Veteran with chronic health issues moved into WVCS’ Transitional Housing
Program after experiencing homelessness several times. During his stay in the program, David
was able to complete the referral for the HUD VASH (housing for veterans) program and is in
the process of eliminating past debts and legal issues. Even though David is still completing
his schooling at De Anza College, he has already secured a job position for when he graduates.
Additionally, David has been able to start a savings account which will help him for when he
moves into permanent housing. Through case management, David has put himself on a housing
waitlists that will accept his voucher through the Veteran Affairs program.
Heart - Providing Family Support & Emergency Assistance
Case Management & Referrals
Case managers assist individuals and families to develop
personal budgets, saving plans and other stabilization
plans. Referrals to access other local resources not
available at WVCS.
• 1,133 households received case management
Emergency Cash Assistance
One-time financial assistance due to an unexpected
financial setback for housing and utilities.
• 40 households maintained housing after receiving
rental assistance totaling $38,753
• 13 households had prevented utility shut-off after
receiving utility assistance totaling $4,211
• 15 households moved housing after receiving deposit
assistance totaling $16,729
I would like to say thank you from the bottom of my
heart. I’m a single mom and a student at San Jose
State University. Receiving your invaluable support
means more than I am able to express. I have chosen
to take a different, more challenging path in life in
hopes of providing a better future for me and my son.
You have helped me out so much this holiday time.
Again, Thank You!”
Special Programs
Seasonal based activities and programs designed to help
families and individuals experience the small joys of life.
• 147 children received Spring Baskets
• 23 children went to Summer Camp
• 102 children shopped for new clothes
• 129 children received a new backpack
• 32 clients participated in Day at the A’s
• 204 families received a Thanksgiving basket
• 273 clients attended Bowlmor Thanksgiving
• 24 clients attended Kristi Yamaguchi Ice Skating
• 152 households received holiday gifts
• 110 children received a birthday cake
• 94 children received a birthday gift
• 25 children recieved a Parks & Recreation Fee Waiver
Stories of success
With Marissa unemployed and Jeff working at a supermarket, this family was living paycheck to paycheck,
barely making ends meet. Marissa came to WVCS seeking food assistance in hopes of reducing their food
expenses. The couple had just filed for bankruptcy and was at risk of losing their home due to the lack
of income. With the help of WVCS’ food pantry and case management, the couple has been able to lower
their food expense and Marissa was able to find a permanent job with great pay and benefits. Today,
Marissa and Jeff are not only able to make ends meet but they have been able to save more than $1,000
monthly. Their housing is no longer at risk because they can pay their mortgage and they have successfully
graduated from WVCS’ programs, are stable and self-sufficient. Marissa shared that “if it wasn’t for
WVCS’ help, I would not be where I am right now.”
Financials
Year ending June 30, 2012
Revenues
Donations
$161,563
Grants and Contracts
$365,712
Foundations
$314,605
Special Events
$38,176
Rent/Program Fees
$304,445
Investment Income
($19,693)
In-Kind Donations
$1,233,013
TOTAL REVENUES:
$2,397,821
7%
Donations
15%
Grant & Contracts
Foundations
51%
13%
Special Events
Rent/Program Fees
1%
12%
Investment Income
In-Kind Donations
-1%
Expenses
Family Assistance
$1,626,676
Vista Village Apartments $444,625
Transitional Housing
$235,186
Affordable Housing
$80,705
Management & General $176,406
Fund Development
$167,511
TOTAL EXPENSES:
$2,731,109
3%
6%
6%
Family Assistance
Vista Village Apartments
9%
16%
Transitional Housing
60%
Affordable Housing
Management & General
Fund Development
Net Assets
Increase/Decrease
At Start of Fiscal Year
At End of Fiscal Year
Endowment Fund Balance
(333,041)
$1,744,407
$1,411,366
$1,243,593
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Thank you to the following funders, organizations, and
individual donors for their generous monetary support
Bobby and Donna Johnson
City of Cupertino
City of Saratoga
City of Sunnyvale
El Camino Hospital Foundation
Emergency Food & Shelter Program
FEMA
Front Porch
Hindu Community & Cultural Center, Inc.
Housing and Urban Development
Housing Trust of Santa Clara County
Funders
Safeway Foundation
Saratoga Rotary Charitable Foundation Future Vision
Grants Account
Seagate Technology
Silicon Valley Association of Realtors
Silicon Valley Community Foundation
Sobrato Family Foundation
State Farm Companies Foundation
The TJX Foundation, Inc.
Town of Los Gatos
United Way of Silicon Valley
Organizations
Agilent Technologies
Apple Matching Gifts Program
Applied Materials, Inc.
Armstrong Retirement Planning, LLC
Bethel Lutheran Church & School
Bluelight Cinemas
Business Women’s Network
Cisco Systems Foundation
Congregation Beth-David
Cornerstone Financial Partners
County of Santa Clara
Cupertino De Anza Lions Charities Inc.
Cupertino Host Lions Charities
Cupertino Odd Fellows Lodge 70
Cupertino Symphonic Band
Cupertino West Valley Welcome Club
De Anza Kiwanis
Deals for Good
Donate for Charity
Dry Clean Pro
First Tech Federal Credit Union
Foothills Congregational Church
Google Matching Gifts Program
GS Management Company
Hewlett Packard Company
Homestead High School
Homestead High School, Associated Student Body
Hope for Outdoor People
Hyde Middle School Junior Honor Society
IBM Employee Charitable Contribution Campaign
Inner Wheel
Jamba Juice
JCPenney
Jim and Linda Walker Family Fund
Nathan & Shelly Sarkisian Foundation
National Semiconductor
OP4G, Inc.
Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E)
Peet’s Coffee & Tea
PG&E Corporation Campaign for the Community
Prince of Peace Lutheran Church
Quota International of Cupertino
River of Life Christian Church Foundation
Sacred Heart Community Services
SanDisk Corporation Matching Gift Program
Saratoga Commons/Saratoga Vista Apts.
Soroptomist International of Silicon Valley
St. Cyprian Church, St. Vincent de Paul Society
St. John Trinity Joint Venture
St. Joseph’s of Cupertino
Sushi Hana Express
The Salvation Army Golden State Division
The Sobrato Organization
Trinity United Methodist Church
Union Church of Cupertino
United Way California Capital Region
United Way for Southeastern Michigan
Varian Medical Systems
Wells Fargo Foundation
West Valley Presbyterian Church
Whole Foods Los Gatos
Wines for Humanity
Legacy Society
Cathy and Dan Cunningham
Jaclyn and David Fabre
Kim Ferm
Tom and Eleane Hall
Lucie Honosutomo and Jonathan Mantz
Stella Kester
Patrick and Susan Kwok
Burrel Leonard
Richard and Ellen Lowenthal
Hugh and Janet Riddell
Frances Seward
Thommy Shwe
Wendell and Pamela Stephens
George and Stephanie Tyson
Monetary Donations
Catherine Chen; Ling Chen; Carol
Chen; Cammie and William Chen;
Individuals
Jeffrey Chen; Chaowei Chen; Yukuo
Jessica Abawag; Margaret Abe;
Chen; Lois Chestnut; Lynn Ching;
Farzaneh and Rau Abhari; Tanya
Stephanie Choulanton; Charlotte
Adair; Bob and Patricia Adams;
Christensen; Tricia Chu; Janice Chua;
Thomas and Clara Adams; Robert and
Seema and M. A. Cicerone; Bob and
Elizabeth Adams; John and Florence
Chris Cloke; Justin Collins; Martin
Adamson; Amjad Alhait; Kay Allen;
Collins; Judy Kay and Robert
Christyna Almudai; Sheila Altmann;
Colloton; Emily Cook; Chuck and
Teresa Alton; Sana Amireh; Keith
Pat Corr; Aaron Cortez; Miranda
Andre; Steve and Suzi Andrews;
Costigan; Shelby and Clint Cox;
Doreen and Thomas Andriacchi; Jane
Jennifer Coyle; John Coyle; Bobbi
and James Asher; Jan Austin; Lee
Crawford; Cathleen Crowley; Fiona
Bangphraxay; Ofelia and Eliseo
Daniello; Kimberly Davey; Karen
Baraan; Stan and Stephanie Barkey;
Davis; Lawrence and Laurie Dean;
Harvey and Celia Barnett; Angela
Heather Dean; Fred and Pat
Barragan; Mary Bartling; Galli
Dentinger; James Dinger; Mari and
Basson; R.A. Battaglia; Heather
Mark Donnelly; Steve Donohue;
Bautista; Patti Bazinett; Douglas and
Phillip Doppelt; David and Louise
Martha Beattie; Nancy Beavers;
Doyle; Terri Doyle; Jane Dredge;
Gino and Diane Benedetti; Jennifer
Donald and Diane Drucker; Shyun
Bergthold; Jessica Bergthold; Harold
and Tsen-Shau Duh; Tom and Joan
and Beverly Berry; Crissi Berry;
Dyer; Judy Earl; William Eklow; C.
Richard and Sharon Blaine; Terese
Shelley and James Emerson; Edward
Bommarito; Breana Bonner; Cathy
and May Eng; Anne Ernst; Robert
Bonnici; Blanca and Timm Borden;
and Catherine Marie Etheredge;
Bob and Alice Boring; Ray and Ellie
Evelyn Fabian; Tammy Fargher;
Bortner; John Bortner; Rose and John
Lauson Fargher; Tiffany Fargher;
Bouchard Desrocher; Carolyn
Sandra Farmer; Kevin Fedor;
Bowker; Barbara and Tom BrookesAndrew Feng; Tina Ferguson; Julia
Harris; Paul and Melonie Brophy;
Ferguson; Bethany Feske; Barbara
David and Prudence Brown; Dan
and Kent Fielden; Martha Fisk;
Brown; Clinton Brownley; John and
Nancy Coss-Fitzwater and Thomas
Judith Bruzus; Melissa and Joel
Fitzwater; Blake and Tom Fitzwater;
Bryant-Neal; Elena Brynildson;
Pamela Flournoy; Ben and Ruth
Laurie and Fredrick Bryson; Gregory
Fong; Donald and Pamela Fox;
and Christine Buchanan; Linda
Jennifer Fraisl; Sally and John
Buckholz; Dale and Margaret
French; Kimberly Frey; W. Harry and
Burklund; Nancy Burnett; Mitzy and
Barbara Fry; Stephanie FulmerEric Butte; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cada;
Smentek; Estelle Gakiere; Seema
Robert Cain; Alan Cameron;
Garg; Amy Gath; John and Pat Gatto;
Lauralon Campbell; Bob and Pearl
Lee and Susan Gavens; John and
Campbell; Ana Maria Candela; Jean
Shirley Geis; Jennifer and Paul
Caravalho; Racquel Cariaso; Ann
Gifford; Mack and Patricia Giovanni;
Carlson; Paul and Judith Carmichael;
Palak Gohil; Vrinda Gopal; Cathy
Jeanette Carmody; Malkah Carothers;
Gordon; Jerry Gosland; Alan and
Brock and Lisa Carpenter; Tom and
Donna Graham; Jessica Grannis;
JoAnne Carr; Rosalinda Carrasco;
Nadine and David Grant; Richard
Diane Carre; Evelyn Caseres-Chu;
Greif; Rudolph and Edna Griffin;
Aileen Castro; Bor Chan; Hengtsui
Eileen and Richard Grindeland;
Chan; Hal and Karen Chase;
Dianne Guertner; Guari and
Harvinder Guleria; Ashok and
Meenakshi Gupta; Vinayak and
Monika Gupta; Alejandro Gurza;
Kathy Gutierrez; Rachel Guymer;
Walter and Maya Gyger; Kitty and
Gareth Hagen; Heidi HagenlocherLambert; Lura Halbert; Tara Hall;
Marci Hanisch; Yukiko Hara; Kelly
Harada; Adrienne Harber; Helen
Hartnett; Rachel Hartnett; Ella
Hartnett; Sean Hartnett; John
Hartnett; Dena Hase; Don
Hawkinson; Ronald and Leslie Hay;
Marie Headley; Anita Hendrickson;
Donna Henriques; John and Mary Ann
Herlihy; Vanissa Hernandez; Albert
Hernandez; Doris Hijmans; Laurie
Himelstein; Charlotte Hiroshima;
Greg Hobbs; Dolly Sandoval and Ed
Hoffman; Adrian Holeyman; Alison
Holeyman; Jim and Janet Holl;
Marshall and Roberta Hollimon;
Eleanor Holt; Ione Hornby; ChiaChing Horng; Morris and Louise
Hosoda; Barbara Hourigan;
Elizabeth and Scott Howe; Beverly
Howell; Chin Hsu; Ernest Hua; Iizhu
Hua; Richard Hulsker; Ann
Huntsman; Mark and Ruth Isfeld;
Phyllis Ishida, DDS; Donna Isip; Jim
and Pat Jackson; Irwin and Laura
Jacobson; Casey Jay; Erin Jennings;
Gail and Howard Jensen; Derek
Jeong; Alfonso and Maria Jimenez;
Gerald Johnson; Bobby and Donna
Johnson; Russell Johnson; Jamie
Johnston; Peter and Barbara Jones;
Sam and Gloria Kahn; Hylton
Kalvaria; Jolie Kalvaria; Michelle
Kang; Patti Kashima; Brenda and
Billy Kashuba; Nancy Kato; Deborah
and Ari Katz; Peter Kaufman;
Jennifer Kaye; Francis and Margaret
Keeler, Jr.; Bill and Shari Kerr;
Wendell and Sharon Kerr, Jr.;
Patricia Kimball; Jacqueline de
Guzman and Kelly Kinoshita; Kim
and Shirley Kinoshita; Henry and
Erika Kirtland; Stephani Kittling;
William and Leslie Klein; Mark
Klitgaard; Dolores Kloss; Susan
Koehler; Samuel and Sarah Aye
Kong; Gene Kostruba; Kathee and
Bob Kraker; Mary Ann and Mark
Edward Kretschmar; Kim Kruger;
Mary Kuckens; Erik and Yulia
Kurniawan Le; Fred and Ermelinda
Lagergren; Pranav Lal; Julia Lamy;
Don Lang; Karen Langeman; Gerry
and Julianne Lappin; David Larsen;
Catherine Larson; Jenny Lawrence;
Adam Lawrence; Tina Le; Kim
Vuong Le; Karl Leal; Lee Lederer;
Mark Lee; Mark and Lisa Lee;
Hillary Lee; Marilyn Lee; Robert and
Louise Levy; Helen Lewis; Susan
Lewis; Susan Lewis; Ben and Ellen
Liao; Anthony Lin; Andrea Linden;
Andrea and Steve Linder; Kay
Lohmiller; Rutilio and Lilly Lomas;
Charlene Loomis; Richard and Ellen
Lowenthal; Margaret Lund; Mary Ly;
Mary Lou Lyon; Michelle Ma;
William and Catherine Ma; Tanya
Macie; Sunita and Dinesh
Maheshwari; Orrin and Carolyn
Mahoney; S.S and J.F Mallory; Mark
and Heather Malovos; Susan and
Fu-Tin Man; Marjorie Mancuso;
Nubar and Carol Manoukian; Lucie
Honosutomo and Jonathan Mantz;
Julie Mark; Charles and Miriam
Marr; Naomi Nakano-Matsumoto and
Robert Matsumoto; Daniele Mauri;
Patrick Mauri; Megan and Jason
Mayer; Ernst Mayer; Jerri Mazzurco;
Virginia Mc Cue; Lloyd and Donna
McBeth; Joseph and Susan
McCarthy; William and Maria
Mercedes McCarty; Curtis and Arlene
McClelland; John and Marilyn
McCrory; Voyle and Mabel
McFarland; Sheila McGann-Tiedt;
Lea and Bob McGowan; Stephanie
McIntosh; Allan and Harriet McLeod;
Tucker Meijer; Paul and Mary Claire
Meijer; David and Ruth Mendes;
Meng Meng; Msgr. Joseph Milani;
Michael and Stella Miller; Howard
and Sandy Miller; Kim Miller; Eva
Miranda; Gregory Mitchell; Lindsey
Mitchell; Laura Miyakawa; Parisa
Molanazadeh; Meredith Moran;
Tamon Norimoto; Sylvia Morrison;
George Morton Jr.; Clyde and Lillian
Mosier; George Moustakas; Liz
Mulford; Bill and Terri Mullen;
Elvira Muller; Rebekah Mullins;
Lynda Mun; Taya Munson; Rebecca
Munson; Ann Murray; Craig Murray;
K. S. and Usha Narayanan; Joel and
Melissa Neal; Dan Nguyen; Quang
Nguyen; Jeremy Nishihara; Elizabeth
Nunez; Max Nygaard; Jon Nygaard;
Berset Oclanl; Hiroko Odaka; Joan
Marie Odell; James and Hester
O’Gara; Leslie Okamura; Janice
Olavarri; Nancy Olsson; Alvaro
Orozco; Sharon and James Orr;
Phyllis Osaki; Karen and Stanley
Otani Tanouye; Charles Page; Noelle
Paquet; Matthieu Paquet; Lisa
Parnello; Linda Parsley-Yelavich;
Janet Patey; Darcy August Paul;
James Paul; Lori Paxton; Barbara
Paxton; Julie Ann and James Peck;
Don and Patricia Pecko; Tekakwitha
and Paul Pernambuco-Wise; Jeff
Perry; Nancy Pesle; James and S.
Peters; Dina Peterson; Rona Petroni;
Julia Phan; Hanh Phan; Diane and Al
Piedmont; Erik Pihel; Merry and
Dennis Pippin; Joe Pirzynski; Rev.
David Place; Joshua Pleva; Anthony
Pleva; Judith Pogue; Stan and Linda
Poncetta; Jenny Postich; Rabbi
Daniel Pressman; Anshuman
Priyanka; Nancy Quevedo; Cathleen
and Eric Quock; Phil and Joanne
Quon; Emily Rader; Joseph Raffa;
Andrew Ramirez; Alice Ramsauer;
Ken and Marion Redler; Jordan
Reeder; Robin Reeder; Debra Reetz;
Dorinne and R. J. Ricci; Janet and
Hugh Riddell; Lora Jane Riopel;
Susan and Robert Ritz; Paul and Inge
Roberts; Kathy Robinson; Lynne
and Douglas Rodrigues; Nancy Rojas;
Linda Rosiak; Jenny Ross; Tom Ross;
Lynn Rothwein; Jerra Rowland;
Cheryl Roy; Nancy and Rami Rubin;
Stephen Rudd; James Rumsey;
Nergis Rumwalla; Joe Russo; Larry
Sacks; Marilyn and Stuart Salter;
Christina Salvatore; Melissa Sanchez;
Margie Sanido; Vidya and
Padmalatha Sasar Anisingaraju; Gary
and Keiko Saxton; Lynn and William
Saxton; Martin and Laura Schibler;
M. Schinella; Gary Schoolcraft; Hal
Schoolcraft; Jeffrey Schroeder;
Michael Schumacker; Dick Schuster;
Robert Schwartzberg; Florence
Scollan; Gail and David Seeds;
William Seefeldt, Ph.D.; Paul Seidel;
Joseph and Mariyah Serratos; Valorie
Severs; Melissa Sexton; Danielle
Shaw; Tate Shaw; Tyson Shaw; Jerry
Sheahan; Patrick and Pauahi Sheehy;
Peter Sheperd; Diana Shih; Trina
Shinn; Lilly and Stan Shoemaker;
Malinda Sigl; Mildred Simmons;
Randy Simmons; Britta-Christin and
Rod Sinks; Lucina and Johann
Skinner; Laury and Mary Smith;
Steven and Lourdes Smith; Susan
Smith; Kathy Smoley; Fred Snow;
Patrick Snyder; John and Abby
Sobrato; Cornelius Solomon; Jyotsna
Soman; David and Diane Sparks;
Leonard Spelt; Paul and Joan Spitsen;
Steven and Diane Spitts; Kristen
Squarcia; John and Susan Stager;
Collete Stahl; Cody Stahl; Kathy
Stakey; James and Julie Stallman;
Paul Stanfield; Susan Staples;
Vincent and Kathleen Staub; Donald
and Cornelia Staub; David and Bonnie
Stearns; Robert and Lois Stein;
Wendell and Pamela Stephens; Ruth
Stevens; Mary and Sheldon Stiles;
Dorothy and Darryl Stow; Jay
Streeter; Pathi Sumana; Robert and
Kelly Summer; Kelly Sumner; Siva
Surapaneni; Steven Sweeney;
Nicholas and Marcia Szabo; Cathy
Tam; Desmond and Hwee Shun Tan;
Colean Tang; Sasha Taylor; Sara and
Richard Thompson; Linda Thompson;
Allison Thomson; Euan Thomson;
Christina Thorn; Brian Thorn;
Lichung Ting; Gary Tjager; Hans
Toensfeldt; Sameer Tolani; Tony
Tolani; Shalini Tolani; Tiffany Ton;
Tiffany Ton; Erin Tou; Fred Tou;
Joan Trampenau; Gail Tran; Lane
and Nancy Tronson; Joel Trout II;
Vicky Tsai; Joey Tsu-Tsui; George
and Stephanie Tyson; Kazuya and
Rose Uyeda; Tricia Uyeda; Savita and
Ramamurthy Vaidhyanathan; Chris
Vakili; Samantha Van Epps; Julie Van
Gelder; Allison Van Gelder; Scott
Van Gelder; Janet and Hal Van
Zoeren; Shital Velani; Sujatha and
Venkatakrishnan Venkatraman; Prasad
Vepa; Mike Viveros; Beverly Vo;
Phyllis and Paul Vogel; Lisa Wagner;
Jim Walker; MaryAnn and Joseph
Wallace; Jerry Wang; IChien Wang;
Richard and Thelma Wanter; Sandy
and Velvin Watson; Val Watson;
Thomas and Katy Waugh; Hung and
Ta-Wei Wei; Jeffrey and Carol Weiss;
Joseph and Erika Wells; Heather
White; Dennis and Penny Whittaker;
Phyllis Wiener; David and Sherri
Wiesner; Patricia Wilcox; Margaret
Wiley; Lauren and Jonathan Willis;
Judy and William Wilson; Susan
Winslow; Jefferson Wise; Janet and
Roger Wisnom Smith; Bill and Rita
Witmer; Barbara Wolcutt; David and
Susan Wong; Susan and David Wong;
Chee Chin Wong; Kathleen
Woodward; Kevin Wooster; Ethel
Worn; Robert and Lynn Worsham;
Calvin Wu; Linda Wyckoff; Betty
Yang; LeeAnn Yasukawa; Pat Yates;
Wesley and Margaret Young; Marilyn
and Alexander Zavattero-Howard;
Gary Zeidler; Natan and Margalit
Ziv; Adrian Zuniga; Rafael Zuniga
1st Annual
Chefs of Compassion
Sponsors
November 19, 2011
Donna & Bobby Johnson; El Camino
Hospital; Pacific Gas & Electric
Bob & Pat Adams; Wells Fargo
Coulomb Technologies; Recology
Darryl & Dorothy Stow; Dennis
Whittaker State Farm Insurance; Yelp;
Comcast; The Better Part
Hayves Streeter Production; Nancy
Ann Kato; Kaiser Permanente
1st Annual
Dash of Hope
Sponsors
November 5, 2011
Landmark Protection, Inc.; Running
Revolution; All Ears Audiobooks;
Alain Pinel; The Amireh Family;
Nathan and Shelly Sarkisian; Beth
Howe; The Lewis Family; Sports
Basement; Athletic Performance
Trader Joe’s; Noah’s Bagels; Round
Table Pizza; Safeway; Hobee’s; Wild
94.9; Road I.D.; Los Gatos Coffee
Roasting Company; Hiroko Odaka;
William and Lynn Saxton; Cali
Designz
Gleaning Partners
The following businesses partner with
WVCS to provide in-kind donations of
food weekly to our food pantry.
Cupertino Farmer’s Market
(PFCMA); Fresh & Easy Sunnyvale;
Fresh & Easy San Jose; Gene’s
Fine Foods; Lucky; Lunardi’s; La
Patisserie; Marina Food; Monte Vista
Market; Panera Bread Cupertino;
Panera Bread Los Gatos; Safeway
Cupertino; Safeway Los Gatos; Sweet
Passion Bakery; Target Cupertino;
Trader Joe’s; Tzu Chi; Whole Foods
Cupertino
In-Kind Contributions
Donations of food and other items for
our Food Pantry and Special Programs including Spring Baskets, Back
-to-School Backpack and Shopping
Spree, Thanksgiving Baskets, Holiday
Shopping Spree, and Adopt-A-Family
program.
Individual Donors
Farzaneh and Rau Abhari; Bob and
Patricia Adams; Catherine Alexander;
Darren Anderson; Harvey and Celia
Barnett; Joy Bayler; Frances and
Loren Beall; Russita and Arvind Bedi;
Neil Bhatnagar; Patty Bishop; Richard
Bogen; Ruth Brasner; Michelle
Brunicon; E Campagna; Ann Canann;
Marie Cardamone; Helen Cha; Con
and Shirley Chamberlin; Maxine
Chan; Teresa Chang; Victor Chang;
Catherine Chen; Sophia Cheng;
Arianna and Stuart Chessen; Elana
Chessen; Shrilekha Chickermane;
Joan Chin; Cicily Chirayath; Janice
Chua; Jeremy Coathly; Christopher
Coffman; Dorothy Connelly; Chuck
and Pat Corr; Brenda Cruden; Lindsay
Cunningham; Elder Drew Curtis;
Robin Davies; Jacqueline de Guzman;
Wynne and John Dobyns; Peter
Edler; Bobbie and Craig Erb; Laura
Fairchild; Cecilia Faul; Barbara and
Kent Fielden; Nancy Coss-Fitzwater
and Thomas Fitzwater; Sharon Fong;
Michael Foulkes; Michelle Fowler;
Carolyn Fox; Bruce and Kathy
Fujikawa; Joseph and Maria Gallo;
Kim Gee; J. Gifford; Muthya Girish;
Sandra Godding; Linda Gohl; David
and Kristin Gragnola; Sarika Gupta;
K Gupta; Ellen and Chuck Haas; Taru
Hartikainen; Denise Hartman; Debra
Hartwig; Kristin Hensman; Bertha
Hindenes; Helen Ho; Jim and Janet
Holl; Clem Holloman-Kincaid; Ethel
Hopkins; Michelle Horton; Selina
Hui; Liese Hunter; Ann Ison; Andrew
and Lisa Iwahashi; Gail and Howard
Jensen; Sandhya Joshi; Karishma
Joshi; Andrea Kanda; Moorthy
Karthikeyan; Toshiko Kawamoto;
Mary Kelly; Wendell and Sharon
Kerr, Jr.; Mary Ann Kimm; Mary
Ann Kimm; Dick and Linda Knock;
Diana Kua; Sucharirha Kumar;
Vincent La Porta; Vincent LaPorta;
Jeff Latourrette; Hyanggoo Lee; M.
Lee; Margaret Lenz; Caroline Lim;
Corinne and Peter Lipman; Bettina
Lowe; Margaret Lund; Robin Lutgert;
Stephanie MacDonald; Stephanie
MacDonald; Stephanie MacDonald;
Pamela Mackey; Amalia Maguire;
Sunita and Dinesh Maheshwari; Amit
Mandke; Eva Martin-Long; Rebecca
Mc Cormick; Rebecca McCormick;
Linda and Steve McGrath; Edward
McMahon; Lisa McNiven; William
Meehan III; David and Ruth Mendes;
Michelle Mikhailov; Susanne Millar;
Anupama Mokkapati; Meredith
Moran; Mark Morse; Puttappaiah
Muniyappa; Niruph Muruhathasan;
Erik Nelson; Peter Newton; Kathy
Nicolino; Jennifer Nivison; Max
Nygaard; Nancy Olsson; Rose
Omega-Harrison; Steve Onishi; Tyler
Onishi; Karen Orlando; Lesslie Ortiz;
Paul Ostnowski; Donald Packwood;
Cynthia Pang; Bruce and Pat Parsons;
Sampada Patel; Jati Kanta Patra;
Maureen Pavy; Teresa Payne; Don
and Patricia Pecko; Pat Pecko;
Pranathi Perati; Laura Peterson;
Diane and Al Piedmont; Sujata Pilli;
Azi Pillow; Rev. David Place; Amit
Pradhan; Yeganeh Rad; Raghav
Raman; Suchithra Ramaswamy; D.
Reddy; Krishna Reddy; Sheila and
Saiid Rezvani; Jean Ricket; Ralph
Riddle; Lora and Dave Riopel; Linda
Rios; Jenny Robertson; Brittany
Russell; Jiliane Saputra; Burt Schmitz;
Jean Schusterman; Lisa Scott-Ponce;
Rammohan and Dharani Shastry;
Jayarama Shenoy; Vedika Shenoy;
Sushmaa Shirish; Aspi Siganperia; Liz
Simonovich; Kathy Smedt; Tomasina
and Strether Smith; Steven and Diane
Spitts; Bharath Sridhon; David and
Bonnie Stearns; Jackie Stephens;
Ruth Stevens; Susan Stone; Sharmila
Surkund; Sanjana Surkund; Lisa
Szelong; Joseph Tajnai; Cathy Tam;
Kenneth Tan; Kay and Phil Terzian;
Kanchan Thakar; Lucille Tiangco;
Mary and Gary Tietz; Ryan Trahan;
George and Stephanie Tyson; Monica
Uribes; Leslie Vasquez; Sujatha
and Venkatakrishnan Venkatraman;
Dorothy and Steve Vidlock; Lau Vo;
Jim Walker; Trudi Wallick-Horrocks;
Cynthia Wambsgans; Bonnie
Waxenbaum; Martha Wills; Debbie
and Jim Witt; David and Susan Wong;
Kan and Evelyn Wong; Judy Wong;
Sandra Yamaguchi; Lynn Yamaichi;
Thorisa Yap; Philip Yen; Mary
Zarantonello
Organizations & Businesses
Amber School ADPP; AMC 14 Saratoga; AMC 20 - Mercado; Apple
Inc.; Armstrong Retirement Planning,
LLC; Arya Global Cuisine; Balaji
Matha Hindu Temple & Cultural
Center; Bethel Lutheran Church &
School; Bitter + Sweet; Bowlmor
Lanes; Cakes 4 Kids; Calvary
Church Los Gatos; Country Lane
Neighborhood Association; Cub
Scouts Pack 415; Cupertino Parks
and Recreation Dept.; Cupertino
Symphonic Band; Cupertino Union
School District; Curves; Eaton
Elementary School; Eisenhower
Elementary School; FBLA Club of
Cupertino High School; First Baptist
Church of Cupertino; Fresh & Easy;
Girl Scout Troop #60163; Girl Scout
Troop #60238; Girl Scout Troop
#60295; Girl Scout Troop #60475;
Girl Scout Troop #60515; Girl Scout
Troop #60517; Girl Scout Troop
#60773; Girl Scout Troop #60908;
Girl Scout Troop #61379; Girl Scout
Troop #61437; Girl Scouts of N. CA
from St. Joseph of Cupertino School;
Girl Scouts of Northern California;
Girl Scouts SU 630; Girl Scouts
Troop #60049; Girl Scouts Troop
#60129; Girl Scouts Troop #60129;
Girl Scouts Troop #60253; Girl Scouts
Troop #60288; Girl Scouts Troop
#60316; Girl Scouts Troop #60382;
Girl Scouts Troop #60391; Girl
Scouts Troop #60720; Girl Scouts
Troop #60876; Girl Scouts Troop
#61211; Girl Scouts Troop #61380;
Girl Scouts Troop #61438; Girl
Scouts Troop #61439; Girl Scouts
Troop #61616; Help a Mother Out;
Idylwood Care Center; Jim and Linda
Walker Family Fund; Lehigh Cement
Company; Lotus Preschool; Maxim
Supermarket; Midori Kai, Inc.;
Northwest Branch YMCA; Office of
the Sheriff - County of Santa Clara;
Pam Yoshida - Nikkei Traditions;
Park Place Restaurant; Plan B Pub;
Polycom, Inc.; Presbyterian Church
of Los Gatos; Preston’s Candy and
Ice Cream; Quota Club; Rebuilding
Together; River of Life Christian
Church Foundation; Rotary Club
of Cupertino; Rudy Vasquez Farm;
S.M.I.B.F.; Safeway; Saint Andrew’s
Episcopal Church; Santa Clara County
Sheriff; Soroptimist International
of Silicon Valley; State Farm
Insurance; Sunnyvale Middle School;
Sunnyvale-Cupertino Adult School;
Sweet Passions Bakery; Technology
Printing; The Cross Worship Center;
The Prolific Oven; Town of Los
Gatos; TWIGS; Union Church of
Cupertino; Village Harvest; Wells
Fargo Bank; West Valley Presbyterian
Church; Whole Foods Cupertino;
YogaSource Los Gatos
We make effort to keep as complete
and accurate donor list as possible.
Should there be any errors of either
communications or omission please
accept our sincere apology and
contact: Jacqueine de Guzman,
Director of Community Resources
at (408) 255-8033 ext. 305 or
[email protected]
org.
West Valley Community Services
2011-2012 Board of Directors
Steve Spitts, President
Stan Barkey, Vice President
Sunita Maheshwari, Secretary
George Tyson, Treasurer
Cornelius Soloman, At-Large
Ray Bortner
Paul Gifford
Janet Riddell
Don Staub
Phyllis Wiener
David & Susan Wong

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