Capital Campaign Brochure for CSAAC

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Capital Campaign Brochure for CSAAC

  1. 1. The Jane Salzano Center for Autism Capital Campaign FundBranching Out Together
  2. 2. a message from the President Dear Friend, oin us as we celebrate our new world-class autism Executive Director Ian M. Paregol J services center. CSAAC parents, relatives and friends are grateful to the State of Maryland and Montgomery County government for believing in CSAAC and making our dream of this unique and vibrant center a reality. This CSAAC BOARD OF DIRECTORS facility will enable our staff to continue the good work ofPresident Vice PresidentCarl Salzano Ray Thomas helping people with autism lead full, independent lives.Treasurer SecretaryJulio Marius Glenda Rose There is no other center like this in the Mid–Atlantic Founder region. It will benefit not only individuals supported by Jane Ford Salzano CSAAC and the rising demand for services, but will provide Directors space for much needed industry training for autismNivea Cordova Berrios Scott JohnstonJodie Bouvery Roland Ikheloa professionals.Carla Calobrisi Samuel LattnerNilda Colgrove Nwanze OkidegbeEllen Dashner Vic Pfeiffer CSAAC parents have already made significant contributions,Matthew Hurson Gary Rock and more continue to do so every day. Local businesses andCSAAC FOUNDATION BOARD OF DIRECTORS corporations are already involved, for which we are grateful.President Vice President However, it is vital to continue the campaign to furnish thisDel. Karen S. Montgomery Edward Lattner terrific new facility. We need your help now. Won’t youTreasurer Secretary please consider making a transformational gift?Debbie Lazovick Debbie CollitonDirectorsAllen Schepps Jimmie Reyna, Esq. Thank you for partnering with us in mission of “enablingMichael Orleans John Depenbrock individuals with autism to achieve their highest potential,”Steve Paul Gale Saler, M.Ed. and for making an investment in the future of CSAAC which CSAAC’s mission is to enable will last for decades to come. individuals with autism to achieve their highest potential and contribute as confident individuals to their community. Sincerely, The Jane Salzano Center for Autism 8615 East Village Avenue Montgomery Village, MD 20886 Phone 240-912-2220 Fax 301-926-9384 www.csaac.org Delegate Karen S. Montgomery
  3. 3. ing The Kurt Beyer W The ick Matt amer hew The K ily M. H Fam urso In Honor of nW Open ing Kimberly Case In Ho Richard M nor of ontg omer y Open In H o Jean nor D. S of cafi di Op of en onorIn H John Case Open Open Op Open Open Ow In H en on en Cu or o nn ing f ha m In Hon In H Alexand or of Jo ame o A I In Dil ast er Mc Paul M nor of lex n Ho hn s Br In Ho len ma J Rae cEn an nor ian H no co n tire de on r o r o ur In Honor of the Mc f De or f E Novotny Family Ra pe of e nbr t Jim nI oc Ope k mi Hono n eR ro eyn f Ay a, In Om di Jr. In Ho er n Al Hon O no Sa pe r o nv ex or Ye and of n f ag er er er In eph Jo Ho M s no ye r o rs f The Jane Salzano Center for Autism
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  5. 5. about the Jane Salzano Center for autism ith the first phase of construction completed in November, 2004, thisW vibrant and architecturally dynamicg facility has become CSAAC’s new home. Just as CSAAC pioneered inclusion in the community for individuals with autism, now CSAAC pioneers the creation of a model,world-class, state-of-the-art center for autism services like none other, anywhere.Supported substantially by the State of Maryland and the Montgomery CountyGovernment, grateful CSAAC families have rallied to answer the call for completionfunds, and many have chosen to make their gift of gratitude through numerous center-based naming opportunities. Additional completion funds are sought to providefurnishings for the interior.CSAAC opens its doors to the community with the inclusion of an Autism Training Center,Autism Resource Library, and Multipurpose Community Room – all designed with publicand professional education, and recreation for our individuals in mind. CSAAC endeavorsto meet the rising need for autism services – autism is diagnosed in 1 out of 150 children*– which also translates to a greater need for professionals in the field.With the completion of the Center, CSAAC will lead the way towards a brighter futurefor children and adults with autism.*U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention—February, 2007.
  6. 6. donor recognition and naming opportunities he names of all donors who give $5,000 or more will be listed on a beautiful T recognition plaque to be located in the Main Entrance reception area. Donors can honor or memorialize a loved one and choose to name one of the areas designated below. For the latest update of available naming opportunities, please visit www.csaac.org or call Ayda Sanver, Director of Community Development, at 240-912-2256. Monthly or multi-year pledges are welcome.Opportunity Donor Naming or OpportunityPhase 1 – Administrative Wing CSAAC Board of Directors In Honor of Matthew M. HursonPhase 2 – Programmatic Wing Mr. & Mrs. Bruce & Jeanne Truett In Honor of Kurt BeyerPhase 3 – Training Center Wing OPEN $300,000Main Reception Area OPEN $75,000Training Center Entrance OPEN $75,000The Multipurpose Room OPEN $75,000Autism Resource Library John C. & Mary K. McIntire In Honor of The Novotny FamilyThe Terrace OPEN $50,000The Board Room Plegded, 2008 CCSAC Board of Directors $50,000The Finance Pod Mr. & Mrs. Anthony & Karen Kamerick In honor of The Kamerick FamilyThe Finance Conference Room Albert, Edu, & Cynthia Case In Honor of John CaseThe Executive Pod Albert, Edu, & Cynthia Case In Honor of Kimberly CaseThe Human Resources Pod OPEN $25,000The Residential Services Pod Delegate Karen S. & Mr. Harry Montgomery In Honor of Richard MontgomeryThe Support Services Pod Mrs. Nancy Rogers-Watkins, Mr. Harry Frampton, & Dr. Donald McRae In Honor of Alexander McRaeThe Psychology and QA Pod Drs. Richard & Robin McEntire In Honor of Paul McEntireThe Vocational Services Pod Mrs. Jane Ford Salzano In Honor of Jean D. ScafidiTraining Area Reception Dr. and Mrs. Josef Yeager In Honor of Alexander YeagerTraining Pod- Room 1 Mrs. Beverly Dillencourt (d) In Honor of John DillencourtTraining Pod- Room 2 Mr. and Mrs. Everett Eastman In Honor of James EastmanTraining Pod- Room 3 Mrs. Sevim Sanver In Honor of Aydin Omer SanverTraining Pod- Room 4 Mr. and Mrs. Ivan & Jane Cunningham In Honor of Owen CunninghaTraining Pod- Room 5 Mr. & Mrs. Dolores & Jimmie V. Reyna, Esq. In Honor of Jimmie Reyna, Jr.Training Pod- Room 6 OPEN $10,000Training Pod- Room 7 OPEN $10,000Training Kitchen & Cafe Mr. & Mrs. Franklin & Molly Myers In Honor of Joseph MyersSmall Conference Room OPEN $10,000in Hurson WingLarge Conference Room OPEN $30,000in Hurson Wing
  7. 7. donor recognition and naming opportunities, continuedPlayground OPEN $25,000Outdoor Recreation Area Mr. and Mrs. Mary & John Depenbrock In Honor of Brian DepenbrockOffices, 30 available $7,500 EACH (inquire for locations)Benches $1,000 EACH, while they lastBricks $250 EACH, while they lastMemorial BenchesDonor MessageAmerigroup Community Care Amerigroup Community CareIvan and Jane Cunningham In Honor of Owen CunninghamBeverly Dillencourt (d) John Dillencourt—“Thank You CSAAC”Beverly Dillencourt (d) “Rest and Renew”Marion Holloway For Xander McRaeRhoda Lawrence In Honor of Roseanne LawrenceRoslyn D. Levinson In Honor of Sue Beth LevinsonRobin and Richard McEntire In Honor of Paul McEntireDelegate Karen S. Montgomery & Harry Montgomery In Honor of Richard MontgomeryLuis and Karin Moscoso Luis Antonio Moscoso, Jr.Victor and Patricia Pfeiffer In Honor of Nicholas PfeifferAyda Sanver In Honor of Julide Selin HalkerHanna and Allen Schepps In Honor of David LevittBricksCecil and Ruby Adcock Candice M. NoonanStephen Apostol, III Jeanne Novotny (d)Pierre and Jodie Bouvery Ian M. ParegolNilda and Gary Colgrove Joan ParegolAidan Jones Deba PatnaikPatricia D. Juhrs Robert M. PaulAnthony J. Kamerick Susan and Dan PerelesSamuel Lattner Vic and Patricia PfeifferRoslyn D. Levinson Robert C. PlaciousPatrick and Vicki Malone Steven PolakoffJanet L. Mayland Susannah F. PrindleDonald A. McRae Carl SalzanoDelegate Karen S. and Harry Montgomery Jane Ford SalzanoWalter F. Morrison Hanna and Allen ScheppsLuis and Karin Moscoso Nancy Rogers Watkins and Law WatkinsBrian Mund Tsyh-Tyan YehSheridan and Dana Neimark We sincerely apologize for any errors or omissions. CSAAC, Inc. and CSAAC Foundation are 501(c) (3) nonprofit organizations and donations are fully tax deductible under the law. A copy of the current financial statements areavailable upon request by calling 240-912-2256. Documents and information submitted to the State of Maryland under the Maryland Charitable Solicitations Act are availablefrom the Office of the Secretary of State for the cost of copies and postage.
  8. 8. A world-class training center s a national model provider for A autism services, CSAAC regularly receives inquiries from state governmental units and other local service providing agencies to conduct autism training seminars. The Training Wing of the new center will offer much needed autism training space that can be used not only for training individuals served by CSAAC, for CSAAC staff training, but also for the training of other industry professionals. With the demand for autism services on the rise, CSAAC is taking the lead in the industry to ensure all individuals with autism receive proper, state-of-the-art services, whether served by CSAAC, or elsewhere. Annually, CSAAC provides approximately 29,000 hours of staff training in-house each year. “We have been recognized by the State as a provider ofquality autism services training,” says Ian Paregol, CSAAC Executive Director. “We plan tomarket our training to other developmental disabilities service providers who don’t have thecapacity to train their own staff. With the addition of the training center space, we anticipatea strong response from the developmental disabilities provider community to the openingof our Training Institute—certainly the need is there.”Legacy opportunities for the naming of the training center, training rooms, and themultipurpose room will be used towards furnishings of the Training Center.To learn more, contact Ayda Sanver, Director of Community Development, at240.912.2256.
  9. 9. capital campaign pledge formDONOR INFORMATION (Please type or print)Last name: First name: MI:Address:City: State: Zip code:Home phone: Business phone:Cell phone: Email:DESIRED NAMING: I select the following naming opportunity:DONOR RECOGNITION: (Donors will be recognized in campaign materials, newsletters, annual reports, and publicposter displays unless an anonymous gift is requested.)Please use the following name(s) in all acknowledgements:Please use the following name(s) or language on any naming plaques: I (we) wish to remain anonymous.PLEDGE INFORMATION (please check all that apply): I (we) hereby contribute cash and/or assets to CSAAC Foundation’s 2007-2008 Capital Campaign. I (we) pledge a total of $ which consists of: amount enclosed $ and remainder pledged inthe amount of $ . I (we) wish to have this donation (or the remainder) spread over I 1 I2 I3 I4 I 5 years. at the rate of $ per month or $ per quarter.CONTRIBUTION METHOD I (we) plan to make my (our) contribution in the form of: I cash I check I charge I stock I property I otherFor stock transfers or property donation, please contact Ayda Sanver, Director of Community Development,at 240-912-2256, asanver@csaac.org.Please charge my credit card: I Visa I MC I Amex I DiscoverCredit card number: Exp. date:Authorized Credit Card Signature:My gift will be matched by in the amount of $ .Company/Foundation/Family Matching gift form enclosed. Matching gift form will be forwarded to CSAAC Foundation.DONOR SIGNATURE(S)Signature: Signature: I (we) have designated CSAAC Foundation, Inc.in my (our) will/estate planning. I (we) would like more information about planned giving to CSAAC Foundation.Please Make Checks & Corporate Matches Payable To: CSAAC Foundation, Inc. Donations are tax-deductible to theextent allowed by law.Mail your pledge to: CSAAC Foundation, Inc., 8615 East Village Avenue, Montgomery Village, MD 20886Attn: Director of Community Development or fax to 301.926.9384.
  10. 10. Vellum Sheet withHousing InformationGoes over map
  11. 11. CSAAC At-A-Glance ty Howard County oun kC • Theraputic Integration deric Program Ho Fre wa rd Co un ty Montgomery Village • The Jane Salzano Center for Autism • 18 Homes Brookville • Community School of Maryland • The Center for Autism and PDD • Early Intervention Preschool Gaithersburg • 9 Homes l 270 Rockville • 12 Homes Wheaton/ Silver Spring Fai • 11 Homes rfa • Community School of xC Maryland at Northwood ou High School nty l 495 Washington, DC In addition, individuals served in CSAAC’s Supported Employment program work with approximately 50 companies throughout Montgomery Country.
  12. 12. The Jane Salzano Center for Autism 8615 East Village Avenue Montgomery Village, MD 20886 P: 240.912.2220 F: 301.926.9384 www.csaac.orgDesign: Profit By Designwww.profitbydesign.org First printing, 04/08

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