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I was responsible for the conceptual development, photo art direction, and design of Bancroft’s 2011 Annual Report. A family theme was chosen because it conveys a sense of belonging and trust, and our …

I was responsible for the conceptual development, photo art direction, and design of Bancroft’s 2011 Annual Report. A family theme was chosen because it conveys a sense of belonging and trust, and our audience is family members of people we support.

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  • 1. © 2011 Bancroft | All rights reserved HEADQUARTERS 425 Kings Highway East | P.O. Box 20 Haddonfield, NJ 08033-0018 | USA 856 429 0010 www.bancroft.org
  • 2. Our Mission Bancroft’s mission is to ensure that every person is given opportunities for lifelong learning and fulfillment. We do this by altering perceptions, and by supporting TOGETHER... we are transforming lives For 128 years, Bancroft has helped people make extraordinary gains. We’ve enabled people who were once confined to institutions to blossom and live full lives in the community. We’ve helped children with severe behavior problems learn to control their outbursts – and open themselves to worlds of possibilities for happy, productive lives. Such transformations occur every day at Bancroft. And that only inspires us to do more. But to do so, we too must transform. We must strengthen ourselves in various ways. During the last year, we developed a comprehensive “vision” for our future, with input from those we support, families, staff, board members and others. This exciting new vision is designed to guide us toward the brightest possible future, on behalf of those we support: those with intellectual and developmental challenges By 2014 our distinct ability to deliver high-quality, individualized services in modern living, learning and working environments will exceed stakeholder expectations and secure Bancroft as the region’s elite provider of services to people with intellectual disabilities, autism and brain injuries. and acquired brain injuries in achieving their life goals We will take great care to move our mission forward in a way that preserves those qualities that continue to make Bancroft an extraordinary community. as valued and respected members of our world. In fact, such changes have already begun – and lives are transforming! For instance, we’re creating modern environments through new, fully accessible homes on our Mullica Hill Campus, and bringing state-of-the-art learning and communication technology into our classrooms. The result: people are gaining greater independence and a better quality of life. In addition, we ended the year with positive financial results, and continued to expand our services to provide greater options for people who need our help. ON THE COVER: Members of the Bancroft “family” From the people we support and their loved ones, to our staff, board members and donors, we are the Bancroft family – dedicated to the organization’s mission and our shared future. IN PORTRAIT PHOTO, FROM LEFT: Back row: Caroline Eggerding (staff), Randee Rubenstein (parent), Ray Welsh (parent, board member), Ari Rubenstein, Kia Dreggs (staff), Bill Wills (parent), Sharmina Ransome. Middle row: Jeffrey Swartz (board member), Peter Fisher, Wayne Hefner (staff), Valerie Carmack (staff), Addison Carmack. Front: Jaden Ambroise, Eddie Smith. Of course, there is still much work to do. As you read through these pages, I hope you will be inspired by these stories of transformation, just as I am. Each person we help is a living reminder of how important our mission truly is. Please know that you play a vital role in these successes. We can only change lives if we work together! On behalf of each person and family we help, thank you for your support. TONI PERGOLIN, PRESIDENT, CHIEF EXECUTIVE 1
  • 3. Transformations …in students with autism and other developmental disabilities “ Jaden is learning communication and social skills, which will help him in all aspects of life – including in the workplace one day. ” – Kara Roman, Jaden’s teacher Jaden (left) and classmate Edgar Santos-Borges are pals. 2 Nine-year-old Jaden Ambroise is happy and easy-going, according to his dad. But just a few years ago – before Jaden came to Bancroft – he was often unhappy and upset. With limited ways to communicate his needs and desires, he would scream and bite his finger in frustration. At The Bancroft School, Jaden has learned many words and can tell people what he wants. He even won an award for most-improved student. Moreover, due to his autism, Jaden once had little tolerance for new people and places. “Now he’s fine when we take him somewhere new and he’s around other children,” says Jaden’s dad, Schiller. “He definitely has a brighter future.” “Jaden has transformed,” says his teacher, Kara Roman. “He can now ask for things, and say if he doesn’t like something. He’s really come out of his shell.” Transformations at The Bancroft School JADEN AMBROISE: NEW SKILLS MEAN A BRIGHTER FUTURE 3
  • 4. Transformations EDDIE SMITH: POSITIVE BEHAVIOR BRINGS REWARDING LIFE “ Eddie was in and out of different As an adolescent on the autism special-needs schools because of spectrum, Eddie Smith had spiraled his behaviors. Now he maintains a job; he follows instructions and maintains his independence. – Eddie’s dad, Ed Smith ” out of control. When he didn’t get his way, he would punch, kick, bite and throw things. He even refused to go to school most days. But in 2007 Eddie entered the Lindens, Bancroft’s residential program for youth with both developmental disabilities and severe behavioral Eddie (right) with staff member Brandon Saunders. 4 challenges. And today, Eddie has transformed so much that he’s able to live in a Bancroft-supervised home in the community. He attends The Bancroft School and works in the campus convenience store. “I like going to school,” says 17-yearold Eddie, who also enjoys bikeriding and playing the card game Uno. “I feel good about my life.” “Eddie has come a long way,” says his mom, Suzanne Clemente-Smith. “Bancroft has done a very wonderful job for him.” Transformations in the Pediatric Residential continuum …in students with severe behavioral challenges 5
  • 5. Transformations …in parents with intellectual and developmental disabilities “ Sharmina has changed drastically For Sharmina Ransome, it’s all about the kids. since she came to Bancroft. She’s calmer and more proactive; she seeks out information to make sure her children’s needs are met. – Staff member Virgia Lemon Sharmina and children Anaje (left) and Jiyon. 6 ” “My children and my family are the most important things in my life,” says the mom with developmental disabilities. Still, Sharmina needed guidance to help both herself and her young son and daughter. She found it at Bancroft’s unique parenting program, at The Walker Center in suburban Philadelphia. Today, Sharmina is “more confident and more vocal in advocating for her kids,” says staff member Virgia Lemon. She’s taking classes to get her high-school diploma while aggressively looking for a job. She says she’s transformed, and is learning to be a better mom. “I’m making goals for myself,” states Sharmina, who dreams of being a nurse. “I’m striving for where I want to go in life… I can’t wait to be more successful.” Transformations at the Walker Center SHARMINA RANSOME: LEARNING TO HELP HERSELF AND HER CHILDREN 7
  • 6. Transformations …in adults with acquired brain injuries “ Doctors said Lee would never walk again. Today he’s winning races at Special Olympics! He has a great perspective on life, and now works to help others. ” – Staff member Bill Lewis Lee (right) with his Special Olympics medals and staff member Jeanne Bozicek. 8 After a 1990 car crash, Lee Miller was left with a brain injury and a wide range of challenges. He was unable to walk, and was angry and withdrawn. But today, Lee is a new man: he’s an advocate and public speaker on brain-injury issues, an athlete and more. He’s gained a positive outlook, and enjoys socializing again. While Lee continues to need assis- tance and rehabilitation, “it doesn’t mean my life has to stop,” he says. Lee started out on Bancroft’s Mullica Hill Campus, and has continued to progress to more independent settings. Today, he lives by himself in a Bancroft-supervised apartment, and is an active and productive member of his community. Says Lee: “Bancroft has always been there if I’ve needed support.” Transformations in Brain Injury Services LEE MILLER: A NEW LIFE AFTER A BRAIN INJURY 9
  • 7. DONORS “ We recognize and thank our donors for their contributions made during fiscal year 2011 (July 1, 2010 – June 30, 2011). I give to Bancroft because I know that it makes a difference in someone’s life. –anonymous donor ” The individuals, corporations and organizations named have generously supported Bancroft by sponsoring or attending a special event, making a gift to the annual fund or responding to a special request with a grant. CORPORATE & ORGANIZATIONAL SUPPORT over $50,000 The Lebensfeld Foundation Wawa Food Markets, Inc. $25,000-$49,999 The Connelly Foundation Kanalstein Danton Associates P.A. TD Charitable Foundation The Walmart Foundation $10,000-$24,999 B.E. Smith, Inc. Conner Strong Companies, Inc. Costanza Builders Inc. The Graham Company Medical Data Management, Inc. Stewart Business Systems $5,000-$9,999 Adler’s Pharmacy LTC. Inc. Archer & Greiner Carlisle and Associates, LLC Hatfield Quality Meats Pepsi Beverages Company The Philadelphia Coca Cola Bottling Company The Philadelphia Foundation The Phillies The Prudential Foundation Voorhees Pediatric Facility $1,000-$4,999 Advocare, LLC All Risk Property Damage Experts Bank of America Matching Gifts Program Birdsall Services Group Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation Brownstein Group Catalyst Air Management, Inc. Coastal Spine The Comegno Law Group, P.C. Continuum Health Alliance, LLC Education Facility Management LLC Ernst & Young, LLP Hoeganaes Corporation Holman Enterprises Holy Redeemer Health System Kennedy Health System Med-Link Co. Miele, Inc. Miller Transportation Group New Road Construction Management Company NJM Insurance Group Orthofix Spinal Implants Parkhill Memorial Trust Philadelphia Insurance Companies Pinnacle Taxx Powerplant Technologies Inc. PricewaterhouseCoopers Radwell International, Inc. Retail Sites Salerno & Son Salmon Ventures Limited Shipshape Landscape, Inc. South Jersey Gas Company Stradley, Ronon, Stevens & Young TD Bank Thompson Becker and Bothwell LLC Virtua Health Volunteers of America Delaware Valley Waters Corporation Xerox Corporation $500-$999 Allied Beverage Group, LLC Attolon Partners LLC Ballard Spahr Andrews & Ingersoll, LLP The Bank Beneficial Mutual Bancorp, Inc. Boynton & Boynton Bromley Health Center Center for Family Guidance, PC Chelten House Products Inc. Comcast Corporation Cooper Neurological Institute The Evergreens Friends of Bancroft General Mills Box Tops for Education Program Grant Thornton LLP Hinkle, Fingles and Prior The Leader’s Edge/Leaders By Design Linton’s Managed Services, Inc. Nifty Packaging Products Paparone Homes of Florida, Inc. Platt Memorial Chapels Inc. Princeton Weight Loss Program LLC Quaker Valley Foods, Inc. Ragone, Lacatena, Fairchild & Beppel, PC RBC Royal Bank Rowan University T&M Landscaping & Lawn Service, Inc. Target, Take Charge of Education Taylor Wiseman & Taylor USI MidAtlantic WellNet Healthcare under $500 $1.99 Any Garment Cleaners 1st Colonial Bank ACE Group Amon Associates, LLC Anu Medical Spa The Arc of Camden County Occupational Training Center Banisch Associates, Inc. Beifeld Jewelers, Inc. Benefit Consultants Group, Inc. CBC & Son Inc. The Club at Main Street Consulting Engineer Services The Cotswold Group Crane Specialists, Inc. Diener Brick Company Dreyfuss Speech Services, Inc. DuBell Lumber Company East Greenwich Board of Education Environmental Resolutions, Inc. Fit For Life PT, Inc. Five Below, Inc. The Fraser Charitable Foundation Funding Factory Garden Club of Marlton General Floor Gertrude Hawk Chocolates Glendale Builders, Inc. Grotto Engineering Associates, LLC Health Village Henry D. Bean & Sons Highway Equipment & Supply Co. iGive.com Holdings LLC Intercontinental Truck Brokerage, Corp. Interocean American Shipping Corporation Jaclyn Hoffman, Ed.D. & Associates Johnson & Johnson Kaplan Industries Inc. Kingsway Learning Center Knights of Columbus: Bishop Eustace Assembly 652 Knights of Columbus: New Jersey State Council Knights of Columbus: Queenship of Mary Council 12004 Kulzer & Dipadova, PA Larc School Laureate Eta Chapter/Beta Sigma Phi LECESSE Construction Services, LLC Lindenwold Moose Lodge #548 Louis T. Roth Foundation Lutheran Social Ministries of New Jersey M3 Studios Marathon Engineering & Environmental Services, Inc. Marshall & Ilsley Trust Company McAllister, The Service Company Merck Partnership for Giving Metropolitan Acoustics, LLC MH Financial Mother of Divine Providence Catholic School Mustang Expediting, Inc. Palermo Heart to Heart Foundation Pathcom Incorporated Pension Actuarial Consultants Inc. Pilgrim Construction Corporation Princeton Wealth Advisors of Raymond James & Associates ProMutual Group Proxus, LLC Quad Three Group, Inc. Radiant Skin Care Center Res-Kem LLC Robert Wood Johnson Medical School Rotary Club of Mullica Hill Seashore Garden Living Center Shamrock Heating and A.C., Inc. South Jersey Eye Center South Wilkes-Barre Little League St. James Catholic Church Stellar Machine Inc. Sutcliffe Supply, LLC Triple Threat Combat Sports Varsity Pizza and Subs VIP Auto Outlet, Inc. Wilkes-Barre Fire Department Athletic Association Winning Strategies The Woolard Family Foundation Zallie Supermarkets, Inc. INDIVIDUAL SUPPORT over $50,000 The Foley Family Elizabeth R. Moran Joanne and Raymond Welsh $25,000-$49,999 Karen and Jeff Harris Laird Norton Company LLC / The Taylor Family Lynda and Stewart Resnick $10,000-$24,999 Barbara and Dr. Sheldon S. Berkman Nola and Bob Farley Flicker Family Fund Mary Pat Meyer Toni and John Pergolin William W. Rooke Lindsay and Evan Roth Randee and Dr. Kenneth Rubenstein $5,000-$9,999 Laura and Joseph Atkinson Lillian and Thomas Burke Suzanne and James Dwyer Joseph Holman Eleanor and Fred Meyer Elena Petronio Suzanne and Samuel Pignatelli Virginia Rushmore Anthony Schlesinger Selena and Paul Tropea JoAnne and Ron Williams $1,000-$4,999 Lisa and Stephen Albanese Lisa and Dr. Gregory B. Alberts Henry Bean Rosalyn and Laurence Belgin Susan and Joshua Bennett Michele and Martin Bieber Dr. Enrico Bombieri Susan Bombieri Dr. Cynthia L. Boyer Sue and Stephen Bruce Kathy and Chris Capritti Danielle Carroll Virginia and Jim Carson George D. Chant, Jr. Nicky and Ted Chapin Joseph Collins Claudia Connolly and Thomas Hayevy Alison and Vincent Conti Diane and Kevin Corrigan Karen and Anthony D’Ambrosio Sally and Robert Danley Dr. Caroline Eggerding and Lawrence D. Berger Benjamin Ellis William Fay Joanna and Clem Fiori Debbie and Joe Flamini Dr. Kathleen and F. Gilday Freeman Susan and Robert Freeman Sandra Fromm Michelle Habingreither Harry Hayman Joseph Hodakowski Carolee Humphrey Tracee and Benjamin Hunt Donna and Michael Icovino Dr. Michael Kahn Elizabeth Kalellis Kathleen and Dr. Daniel Keating Joan and Gary King Lorraine and Wayne Kobular Brian Kovacs Maureen and John Krihwan Elene and Marshall Kurtzman The Estate of Walter J. Levy Colleen and David Macalino Jo Ann and Thomas Mara Patricia and Bob Mate Jill and Stacy McDowell Henry E. McGrorry, Jr. Drs. Pnina and Mark Mintz Michael and Karen Mitchell Elsie Nelson Marsha and John Parker Janet and Allen Pawling Joy and Dr. Bernard Pekala Maryellen and Rich Raymond Michael Recine Shirley and Thomas Reilly Sharon and Seymour Reiter Linda and Jeffrey Reuter Frederick J. Rohloff, Esq. Kathy and Wayne Ross Barbara Stern Sandy and Gary Stura Kathleen R. Sutcliffe Amy and Jeffrey Swartz Barbara and Jack Tarditi Tom and Colleen Rowan Valentino Carol and John Van Orden Linda Wasilchick Dr. Howard M. Weinberg Susan Weisman and Andrew Howard Melissa Wheatcroft and Blair Talty Gale and Bill Wills Julie and Leon Zimmerman $500-$999 Rita and Robert Beardsley Sherry and Dr. Mark Bezzek Holly and Michael Blackiston Elissa and Eric Boory Lois and Dr. William H. Bromley Isabela and George Buff Dolores and Raymond Burczyk Martha Campbell Susan Catherwood Louise and Andy Cross Gerald A. Davis Anne and Tony DiBartolo Nancy and Chuck Felmlee Pam Fenner and Michael McLaughlin Judy and Norman Ferber Colleen and Edwin Ferren Anni Fisher Deborah and Theodore Flick Carin and John Foster Pamela and Edward Goldberg Mariann Granrath Julie Hansell Margaret and Thomas Heer Rebecca and Eric Hinderliter Arnold and Sandra Kaminer Ellene and Thomas Kowal Peggy and Glenn Manochi Natalie Marcon John Martinsen Jim McKeon Patricia and Charles McLister Marcie L.H. Merz, Esq. Ann and Judge Herman Michels Kathy and Patrick Mindas, Esq. Brigette Neafsey Rob Nestore Nancy and William Patrick Patricia Paul-Bakley Dorothy and Don Praiss Michael Rogers Clair and Dean Rohrer Jeremy W. Ryan, Esq. Mary Salpas Ardeen and Scott Schaefer Karen Thoreson Schlesinger Paula and Dr. Lawrence Siegel Stuart Sobin Susan and Daniel Swett Kathleen M. Thompson Lynn and Dr. Alfred Tomaio Pat and John Turzanski Renee Vala Allan and Cookie Weinberg Kathy and James Wheatcroft Teresa White Steven Yocum under $500 Howard and Harriet Abel Joseph Abrams Megan Abrams James and Carol Adams Donna and Dean Adinolfi Pam and Mark Adler Rose Agostini Maureen and Christian Aha Mark Alessandrini Sister Eileen Algeo, SHCJ Clint Allen Ethan C. Allen Linda and Miles Allieri Jeanne Allison Nancy and Rick Alovis Geanatta Alston William and Mary Helen Altimairo Carlo Amilcare Renee and Charles Anderson Elizabeth and George Angelo Christine Antoine Eileen Arentz Margaret and Robert Atkinson Deborah and Richard Auerbach Daniel Bailey Letitia Bailey Mimi Baker Phoebe Baker Beth A. Bamberger and Matthew A. Himmelstein Gertrude Bampi-Nelson Bernard and Joann Banks Patricia and Douglas Barber David and Alberta Baril Edward and Marie Barnes Andrea Baron Nancy and James Barth Thomas Bartus Alice and Charles Bastien Jennifer Bates James Batruch Tim Battista Glennys and Thomas Battle Dorothy Bauer and Alan Stein Holly Bean Judy Bean Renee Beck John M. Becker, Jr. Mary and Michael Beckett Patrick Beers Elinor and Ernest Beier Barbara Bell Christin Bell Janis W. Bell Nancy Ben Neil and Joy Ben-Isvy Conchetta Benjamin Karen Benjamin Christine Benner Denise and Richard Bennett Linda Bennett Mary Lou and Peter Bennett Patricia and Clair Benson Jillian Berkman Rachelle and Dr. Douglas Berkman Joan Berman Sammy Bermudez Myra Bernardin Howard and Shirley Bernstein David and Cecilia Bertone Henry Betcher Dolores Bianco Bernard and Barbara Bieg Ma Binas Eileen Binstock Peter Birbilis Anne and Ronald Bird Steven Bisgaier Jim Bisignaro Janeli Bitor Evelyne and Zoubir Bittout Jane and Lynn Biuckie Arthur Black Dr. Robert J. Blair, Jr. Jessica Blessing Joseph and Carol Bloch Solomon Blocker Eric Bluestone Barbara T. Boguslaw Kim and Martin Bohley Beth and Gerald Bokunewicz Theresa Boland Carolyn and John Boliek Kathy Boone Joy Ellen Booth Kevin Bothwell Antonia Bottoms Rosemarie Botts Arlene Boutin and Bob Meinzer Cherry Boyce Lewis Boyer Donna Boyle Timothy and Patricia Boyle Jeanne Bozicek Michelle Bradshaw Gawain Bragg Philip and Iris Brater David Bravo Dianne and Daniel Breininger Irene Brennan Michael Brennan Leo Brescia Jennifer Breslin Jennifer Brisbin Ann Britton Robert Brode Adrienne and Dennis Brody Lois and Dr. William H. Bromley Dr. Steven Bromley Ann and Gregory Bronczyk Carol R. Brooks-Murphy Christine Brown David Brown Debra Brown Donna and Ronald Brown Mecca Brown Sandra Brown Stephen Brown Dawan Browning Dr. Mary G. Brownsberger Chris and Pat Bucco “ My family is so very lucky we found Bancroft. And I should know – I visited more than 60 other programs before choosing Bancroft for my daughter. – Carolyn Hodakowski Sara Buch Doris and Howard Buchanan Sally Buckalew David Budd Sudie Burbage, RN Mary E. Burczyk Sally Burns and David Marcus Marijke and Peter Businger Mike Cakavecchia Lachlan and June Cameron Kathryn Campbell Nancy Canally Grace Cannon Carrie Canuso Thelma Jeanne Capell Ellen Caplan Claudia Capritti and Robert Slimm Kimberly and Stephen Caputo Tammy Carbone John Cardillo Lisa Carle Cheryl Carlson Babette and Thomas Carnwath Nancy and Edward Carr Paula and Stephen Carroll Amy Carter Cheryl Carter Michael Carter Peter A. Cartwright Linda and Patrick Casey Shawn Casey Dwight Castellanos Edith Catling Anthony and Roberta Ceci Pat Chambers Lalitha Harish Chandra Bruce Chapin Dolcey Chaplin Carol Chapman Anthony Charlton Jean and William Chew Marion Chorley Maria Chornobroff Patricia Churchill Delores H. Churry Colleen and Joseph Ciampoli ” MILESTONES } 10 JULY 2010 Bancroft teamed with the Phillies for a special night at Citizens Bank Park. More than 100 of us attended, thanks to board member and former Phillies player Greg Dobbs. } SEPTEMBER 2010 Planning began for the Bancroft Transition Program at Camden County College, which launched the following September. The program helps students with intellectual and developmental disabilities transition to adult lives and jobs. } OCTOBER 2010 We launched the reconstruction of our Mullica Hill Campus. The project – slated for completion in 2012 – is creating modern, fully accessible residential and vocational facilities. } NOVEMBER 2010 Philadelphia-based Art-Reach recognized Bancroft for helping people with disabilities to access the arts and cultural activities. NBC10 news anchor Dawn Timmeney presented the prestigious award. 11
  • 8. DONORS (continued) “ The mission of Bancroft perfectly aligns with TD Bank’s values, and we are proud to support their good work. –Rob Curley ” South Jersey Market President, TD Bank Aaron Clark Robin and Bruce Clark John Clayton Lorraine Clayton Niesha Coar Wendy and Michael Coffman Howard and Shara Cohen Michelle Cohen Rona Cohen Pam and John Coletti Mary Ann and David Collins Maureen and Bernard Collins James Comose Timothy Coneby Ramona Congdon Nancy Conley Jerome and Barbara Connell Patricia and Lawrence Connell Debra and Donald Conner Mary Anne and John Connolly Jacqueline Conover-Rogers Joanne and William Conrad Amelia Conte Thomas Conte Wayne and Myrna Cook Alan and Ruth Cooper Maurice Copeland Daniel and Ellen Corn Sam Cortella Joanne Cortese Katherine Costigan and Jacalyn Wintling Matthew Costolo Nakiya Cox J.D. and S.E. Coyle Joe Coyne Mary and Alan Craig Michael and Silvia Crociata Sue and Dana Crouse Juan Cruz Dorothy Curran Elizabeth and J. Edwin Cusack Frances and Ludomir Czynski Morvarid Dadgari Linda Daley Richard Dana, Jr. Eileen and Vincent Danielenko Naomi and Joseph Daniels Susan and David Danton Carole and Michael Dascenzo Meg and Brian Davies Ceil and Craig Davis Crystal Davis Perceen Davis Sonya Deason-Barnes Christine Decker Joseph DeFalco Kathleen Delaney Anne and Kevin Deluca Noreen DeMarco Joanne and Augustine DeMedio Diane DeSantis Milford and Zita Desenberg Arleen DeStefano Dr. Lawrence Deutsch Andrea Devereux Laura Devine Roy Di Maria Maria Di Pipi Chris Di Renzo Mike Di Veto Christopher Dickert Leola Dicks Ronald and Renne Dictrow Pam Diehl Robert Dimattia Marie Dimatties Kenneth Dineen Silvia Dingfeld Diana and Paul Dintino Bernadette and Gaetano DiPasquale Susan and Dr. Robert DiRenzo Nora and Chuck Dissinger Richard Dodd Timothy M. Dodd Robert C. Dohrenwend Martha Joan and Eugene Donohoe Mary Angela Donohoe Ellen Donohue Kathryn Donohue Michael Donohue Amy Dorfmeister Diana and William Dorris Nicole Doss Irene and John Dougherty Rosemarie Dougherty Robert and Karen Dragani Lakia Dreggs Karen and Edward Drennen Cherylin Ducille John Dugan Lisa and Jeffrey Dunn Eugenie and Joseph Dunphy Joseph Dunphy Elizabeth and Francis DuVernois Joan Dwyer Deborah and Joseph Ebling Jeffrey Edwards Barbara A. Edwardson Deborah Eiserman and Eddie Newsome Kanayo Ekweonu Rob Elder Ebony Ellis Mary G. Ellis Rachel Ellis Mary Ann and Richard Enchura Kelly Engel George Engle Audrey Erickson Kathy and Mikael Eriksson Michele Ermi Joanna and George Erwin Albert Eshun Alan and Barbara Esserman Nikki Esserman and Joel Wolpe Bernice and Vance Evans Karen McDowell Fair Anna and Gregory Fanelli Maia and Dr. Donald Farish Jerniva Faulkner Gregory Fayer Chris Fazio Jessica Fedezko Sveltlana and Roman Feldblum Amy Feldman Ellyn and Robert Feldman Stacey and Mark Feldman Shawn Feniello Mary Amelia and Brian Fennell Noelynne Fentress Robert and Colleen Ferara Elizabeth and Robert Feriozzi Charles Fertonardo JoAnn and Charles Fest Laurie and James Finkenauer Alexandra and Robert Finley Crystal Finnegan Sabina Finnegan Dianne and William Fisher Nancy and Lew Fishman Eileen and Brian Fletcher Faith Foreman Linda and Michael Foreman Betty Forgerson Jessica and Russell Forman Pamela Forzley Amy and David Fowles Ann Frambes Patti Franco Michelle Franks George Freisleben Lia Friel Rachel Friel Steven Frizzie Esther Frydenberg Kevin Fullerton Kim Funkhouser Joyce Furgiuele Elizabeth Fuzy Anthony Gadaleta Bill Gaehring Brittany Gafas Michael and Suzanne Gaglianone Anne Marie Galinas Monica and Ted Gallagher Mary Gallo Lena Gallotti Jonathan Ganiaris Brian Gantt Jennifer Sells Garcia Louie Garcia Janine Gardner Paula Garrison Marianne and Norman Gaskill James and Christine Gaydos Marie Gaylert Michael Geary Nancy and Joseph Gendron Theresa Gentile Darnely Gerard Christine Germano Dominique Getka Gregory and Colleen Gewirtz Sarah Gharbi Beth Giaccardo Theresa Gibbs Lucille and Richard Gilkey Anna Gillespie Dawn Gilmore Jaymi Gilmore Toni Gilmore Dana Giordano Denise Giorgianni Meredith Glansberg Carol Glassman Jan Goan Judi Godor Bryan Godshall Bettie and Henry Goehring Shauna Goetz Wendy Jane and Bernard Gold Jennifer Goldman Shelby Goldman Allison Goldsborough James Goldschmidt Elaine and Herschel Goldstein Katherine Golembiewski Katherine Goodwin Cathy and Richard Gordon Cynthia and Barry Gould Kay and LeGrand Gould Jennifer Grabbe Annette M. Granato Judith and Charles Graser Renee and Frederick Gray Barbara and Robert Greco Brenda Green Evelyn Green Regina Green Roberta Green Velma Green Paul Greenamoyer Jaclyn Greenberg Assemblyman Louis D. Greenwald, District 6 Beth and Ronald Greer Paula Griesel Tandra Griffin and Daniel Schwartz Norma and Greg Grimaldi Ann Marie Grimes Michele and Robert Groody Colleen Gross Phyllis Grossman Joan Gussak Peter Gutekunst John and Sandra Gutowski Jeff Haas Patricia Habingreither Darlene and Douglas Haines Larry Halfin Hazel Hall Carol Hallman Marcus Hampton Gail and Hugh Hansell Beth Hanson Nancy and Edmund Hardy Linda and John Hargreaves Tammy Harkless Judy Harper Kelly and Brett Harrington Rachel Harrington Abby Harris Gwenn Harris Zachary Harrison Christina Harrop Charles Hart Renee Hart Phyllis Harter Virginia and Ralph Hartman Cynthia Hathaway Jo Ann Hathazi Amelia Haubenstein Sylvia and Ronald Hauser Elizabeth Hawk Joan Hayes Mary and Donald Healy Patrick Healy Mindi Heckendurn Helen Heffler Wayne Hefner Elizabeth and John Heinz Barbara and Joseph Heitman William Hendricks Edwin Hensle Jeffrey and Judith Heppard Jacqueline C. Herens Diane and Gary Herman Trudi and Irwin Herman Denise Higginbotham Louise and Harry Hill Paul Hinderliter Phyllis and Bruce Hinderliter Susan and Callie Hinderliter Catherine and Dr. Philip N. Hineline Donna and Bob Hoey James Hoff Doris and Joseph Hoffman Dorothea Hoffman Nancy Hollingsworth Jeffrey Holman Barbara and Jeffery Holt Patricia Holton Linda and Michael Holtz Maribeth and Kenneth Horn Linda and Arthur Horneff Michele Horner Susan and Lawrence Horwitz Peter Hovnanian Elana Howard David and Pamela Hozie Francois Jean Huby Sandra Huffman Janet Huss Patricia and Richard Hyde Darma Ie Christopher Ilconich Karen and Anthony Ingenito Dr. George O. Isaacson Stacielee Isaacson Steve Isackson Sondra Jacob Alice Jacobs Daniel Jacobs Mary Jacobs Patricia and Carl Jacobs Estelle Jacobson Peggy and Dr. Allyn Jacobson Kenneth Jadlowiec Tina and Eric Jago Laura James Mary Janes Carolyn and Dr. Scott Jarmain Alicia Jarvis Maryann and Charles Jarvis Elizabeth and Ronald Jaworski Robin Jay Carolyn and Almond Jellison JoAnna Jenkins William and Lynn Jennings Elaine and Dimitri Jeon Derrick Jeter Dean Johnson Heather Johnson Latasha Johnson Lucas Johnson Margaret Johnson Mary Martha Johnson Rina and John Johnson Terrance Johnson Tina Johnson Michael Johnston Patrick Johnston Dawn and Kenneth Jones Roman Jones Howard and Marilyn Jost Sydney Judah Desiree and Walter Juraniec Veronica and Zeljko Jurjevic Sharon Jurman Genevieve and John Juzaitis Vincent Kabbeko Laura Kalck Barbara and Robert Kalinski Fred Kamara Sheku Kamara Albert Kanach Gary and Barbara Kanalstein Joy Kapeghian and Richard Carlin Milton Karten Shelly and Mark Kasrel Julia and Charles Kass Virginia Kassa Nazira Kazakbaeua Scott Kegler Curtis Keller Marie and Thomas Kelley Madge and Hugh Kelly Mark Kelly Maureen Kelly Jack Kennedy Nancy Kennedy Tracey Lynn Kennedy Thomas Kent Wendy Keppe Jospeh Kernen Susan Kerr Isabel Kerwin Dr. Mary Louise E. Kerwin, BCBA Christine Kienzle Quinton Kindon Nicole King Joan Kingsland Elizabeth Kinney Kathleen Kirk Karen Kirkhope Jessica Kirkland Megan Kirsch John and Laurie Kirschner Kristin Kisal Mindy Klarin Barak Klein Janice and Martin Klein Anne and Ralph Kohart Michael and Rosalie Kohn Jan Kolchinsky Paula and Thomas Kole Jennifer and Jason Kolinsky Marlene and Marvin Korff Frances Kozub Heather and Mark Kramer Dr. Judith A. Kramer Roberta and Harold Kramer Martha Krasne Stacy and Russell Krauss Heather Kriesman Neera Kuckreja Jeffrey Kueny John and Rochelle Kugler Rich Kukla Laura Kuntz and Edmund Mikalauskas Jodi Kurtzman Joseph Kushnerick Bridget and Gene Lambey Hugh LaMonaca Dani Lamothe Eleanor and Beth Lampe Max and June Lang Alix and Mark Langer Rennae Langley Darren Larsen Marcia Larson Janis Lauer Terry Laurelli Dawn Law Kathleen Law Mireille Lawrence Mary and Kenneth Layre Benjamin Lee Michelle Lee Rita and Michael Lee Angela and Richard Lees Janet Leinbach Robert Lenherr Allison Leung John and Loisann Levicchi Claire Levitt Arthur and Marie Lewandowski Dolly Lewis Sue Lewis Dr. Karen Lindgren and Kyran Hurley George Lindstrom Cathy and Dr. Robert Lipshutz Robbin Lobue Stephen Locastro Nancy Londres Donnell Long Sandra and John Lonia Jacquelynn and Thomas Lott Pierre Louis Nicasio and Monica Lovecchio Fred and Joanne Lubker Joan Lucas Patricia Lukas and Philip Friedensohn Kristin Lukianovich Kevin Lynch Madeleine and Richard MacDonald Ann Marie Machion Robin and David Macken Donald Mackowski Maureen Mackowski Joseph and Maxine Macnow Megan Mahan Thomas and Catherine Maheady Shahriar Mahmud Rachelle Malat Dianne and James Malley Christina and Edward Maloney James Maloney Abu Mansaray Jessica Marchese Edwin and Carol Marder Randi Marder John M. Mardirosian Victor Y. Marfo April Marino Joseph and Carol Marrazzo Carol and Joseph Martella Marjorie S. Martin Melissa Martin Diane and Joseph Martino Steve Marusky Dottie and Rudolph Mascellino Barbara Masino Helene Matkowski Kathy and Edwin Matos Mark Matteson Karen Maucher Linda and Kevin Maull David May Selina May-Harris Jamie McAllister Amanda McAlpin James McBride Thomas McCann Kathryn McCarthy Terrence McCarty Colleen and Peter McCauley Louis McCauley Mary and Joseph McCauley Elizabeth McCleary Amy McClintock “ Our partnership with Bancroft and our understanding of the people they serve has made us better architects. ” Gary Kanalstein, AIA Principal, KDA Architects, P.A. Karen McCunney Ed McDonnell Mary McDonough Linda McEady Frances A. McElhill, Esq. Megan McGinnis Nicolette McGlashan Christina McHale Kelliann McHugh Anne McKernan Dana McLaughlin Marian and Thomas McLaughlin Lorraine McLeod Sara McMahon Carole McManus Timothy McManus Dorothy McMillian Darlene McNeil Matt McNicholas Michele and Timothy McShea Andrea and Samuel McWhirt Helena Meade Karl Medley Jaclyn and Gary Melchiano Kathy Mellish Shelley Mendias George Mess Frank Messina Terri Meytrott Christian Michels Annie Miele Marcia Milazzo Jan Miles Joanne Miles Arlene and Thomas Milich Eva and George Milko Dean and Brenda Miller Gerald Miller Linda Miller and Dennis Duffy Timothy Miloshevsky Derek Minner Manuel Miranda Nicholas Mirkay Myrlie Misskelly Theresa Molettiere Steve Molzon MILESTONES (continued) } 12 NOVEMBER 2010 Our annual Butterfly Ball was a hit, with nearly 300 guests. Hosted by TV sports personality and Eagles football legend Ron Jaworski, it honored KDA architects and neurologist Steven Bromley, M.D. } MARCH 2011 Our inaugural “Bancroft Unplugged” events celebrated Brain Injury Awareness Month. People supported by our brain-injury programs gave poignant and inspiring speeches to appreciative audiences in Cherry Hill, Brick and Plainsboro, N.J. } MARCH 2011 Visitors previewed Little Butterflies, Bancroft’s inclusive daycare center, which opened in July. The innovative program serves children both with and without developmental delays. } APRIL 2011 Leading healthcare executive Martin A. Bieber (right) was named chairman of the Bancroft Board of Trustees, succeeding Joseph Atkinson (center). Mr. Bieber is president and CEO of Kennedy Health System. 13
  • 9. DONORS (continued) Kamaldeep Momi Corinne Lloyd Moody Steven Mooney Beth and Paul Mora Erin and Paul Morales Mary and Eileen Moran Sylvie Moran Tamara and Todd Moreland Dennis Morgan Marlene Morgan Pete Morisco Frank Morreale Ilene Morris and Sheldon Oxenberg James and Roberta Morris Melanie Morrow Harriet B. Moskowitz Lynnda Mosley Kimberlie and Barry Mostyn Wayne P. Mozzo Steve Mozzon Mike Muccie Virginia Mulhatten Mary Munroe Elizabeth and Stephen Murawski Judy Murphy Pat Murphy Nancy and Stephen Murray Phylis Musser Judy Musto Stephanie Muth Violet Mwangi Christine and Larry Myers Lorraine Myro Diane and Raymond Nabb Lily and George Najim Mary and Paul Nantz Ayse Narinlik Veda Naylor Kathleen and Glenn Nazarok Barbara Nealis Nicole Nelms Angie and Charlie Newman Joyce Nicolo Tinamarie Nicolo-Dorfner Christina Nieves James E. Nigro, Sr. Kristin Nilsen Rodney Nixon Daniel Nulton Jean and John Nuneville Luann O’Brien Joan and John O’Connor Brian Odenath Linda Odenath James O’Dowd Oluyemisi Oladele Dr. Frances and David E. Olar Lisa Oliver Margaret Ollis-Leon Joseph and Robin O’Malley Edward Onyekachukwu Elizabeth and Peter Orlando Yuliana Ortiz Robert Osgood Sherri Ann and James Ouimette Betsy Paisley Mary and John Palma Kathryn Palmerchuck Susan Papadopoulos Thomas Paparone Dr. Anna Mamalakis Pappas Nikos Pappas Karen Parenti Judith Parker Nora and Frank Parker Regina and William Parker Chris Partridge Jo Lynn and Robert Passarelli Rachel Pastore Donna and Itshack Peer Elizabeth and Anthony Pell Marti and Frank Pelosi Rachelle and Joseph Pendleton William C. Peoples Lisa and Joseph Perez Bill Perla Barbara and Richard Perlman Shelly Perna Frances Perrin Pamela Perry and Scott Buchheit Joseph and Patrice Persico Deborah Peters Pat and Fred Peterson Audrey Warne Peyton Anne Pfaff Donna and Curtis Phillips Karen and Steve Phillips Suzanne Phillips Orion Anita Pie Alfred J. Pierce, III Alvin and Grace Pierce Michael Pierce Greg and Elsa Pine Andrea Pinkston Diana Pinzon Michelle Pisaturo Darryl Pitt Judith and Bernard Platt Mike Platt Pedro Plaza Barbara and Francis Pollack Karen Pollard Melissa Pontecorvo Jodi and Sean Porrini Keith A. Pote, II Thomas and Nancy Pote Jennifer Potter Josephine and Franklin Potts Patricia and Glenn Potts William Potts Carla Powell Sean Powell Lisa and Daniel Prangler Buck Price Kevin Priest Dr. Eugene R. Principato Anne Marie Proctor Mary Quaranta Donna Quigley Sharon and Donald Quigley Anna Marie Quinn Doris Rabasca Lillian and Daniel Ragone Carol Rahner Margaret Reaves Steven C. Reback Josephine Reese Patricia and Wayne Reid Katherine Reilly Karen L. Reiss Catherine and Dr. James Reuter Paul Reyes Maya Ribas John and Tracy Riccetti Rick Ricciardi Maria and Patrick Rich Mary Ann and Wayne Richardson Gwendolyn S. Riggs Margaret and William Righter Jane and Steven Riley Margot and Norman Rimbey Doreen and Steve Ripa Scott Ritter Hedwidge Rivas Willie Rivera Heidi and Todd Rixman Haksoo and Soonog Ro Joanne and Don Roberts Linda and William Robertson Muriel Robinson Sherry Berman Robinson William Robinson Mary Roche Deborah and Roger Rocque Christine Rodriguez Christa and Magnus Rodums Ruth-Ann Rohrman Angela and Michael Rollison Sandra Roluga Kara Roman Jessica Rosh Mary Rosica Carol Ross Heather Ross Amy Rossdale Hazel Rossdale Diane and Otto Rossmeyer Babe Roth Emmett Roth Jackson Roth Phoebe Roth Reiko Rotzell André Roualet Thomas and Catherine Rovito Kerry Ann Rowe Laurette Rowe Marie Rowe MaCal Roy Cheryl Rubba Drs. Denise and Arthur Rubenstein Marci and Paul Rubin Lorna and Robert Runkle Joseph and Suzanne Ruotolo Christine Russell Nancy and Harold Russell Dorothy and Herman Saatkamp Nancy and Edward Sadler Fatima Sakarya Anne-Marie and Mark Salerno Anthony and Susan Salerno Marilyn and Dr. Edward H. Salmon Diane Salter Thomas Sandfort Amanda Sandoval Nicholas Sanfilippo Loyda Santiago Rick Santiago Stanley and Cynthia Saperstein Gloria Sapurstein Samantha Sarin Mario and Donna Sartori Dot Sattler Pamela and Dennis Saunders Regina Savage Debbie and Joseph Scanlon Dr. Karen Scardigli Mark Schaeer Julie Schaekel Robin and James Schaffner Gregg and Kathleen Scharnagl Judith Schermer Jay Schleifenheimer Debra and Howard Schlesinger Paul Schmincke Mark Schmitz Rachel and Walter Schnee Antoinette and John Schnitzius Monica and William Schramm Renee Schreiber Victoria Schriver Martha and Ted Schroeder Cheryl Schumacher Ella Mae Schussler Alan and Karen Schwartz Rose and Sol Schwartz Jean Scornaienchi Colleen Scrimenti Lynne Scully Jim Seasholtz Jean Sedar Denise Sellers Patrick Senft Arleen Severino John Seymour Patricia and Jesse Shafer Dr. Harriet M. Sharlin Micole Sharlin and Christopher Thatcher Matthew Sharp Mildred Sharp Susan Sheer Almas and Asif Sheikh Deborah Shemeley Marion Shepeski Paul Shepherd Mary Sheridan Carolyn Sherman Leigh Sherwood Ana and Kevin Shields Carol Shields Susan Shilcrat and Harry Mazurek Beatriz Shipley Mary Shull Janeen Shumaker Amy Shute John Sieminski Shirley Silberstein Debbi and Michael Silverman Patricia and Robert Simalchik Wayne Simcox Rune Simeonsson Dorothy and Craig Simpson Thelma and Jesse Sintikakis Traci and Christopher Slate Meagan Sloan Jean Small and Terry Handley Michael Smelson Barbara and Russell Smith Carol Smith Dawn Smith Dorothy A. Smith Gustave Smith Kirk Smith Nicole Smith Renee Smith Suzanne and Edward Smith Nancy and Clete Snavely Allison Snyder Barbara and Robert Snyder-Rigney Louise and Theodore Soddy Sally Solis-Cohen Denise Sommerville Albert and Marilyn Sonsini Raymond and Maryann Sooy Oscar Soriano Kathy and Arthur Spangenberg Mary Spence Serina Spitzer Myrna and Harvey Springel Doris Stabingas Barbara Stadalman Camille Stahl Raymond and Karen Stang Christine and John Stefankiewicz Nancy Steinmetz Aaron Sternberg Joann Stevens Wanda Stevenson James and Joyce Stigliano Michelle and Scott Stilts Karen Stone Reverend Richard Straughn Carol and Richard Stravach Sue Strawbridge Charles Streeper Nicole Streeper Timothy Streeper Margaret Strong Merilyn Styles Mary Kat Sundahl Averil and Claude Sutphen Roy and Diedra Swanson Victoria Sweeney Karen Swett Winifred and Ralph Swift Amtul and Salim Syed Marie Sykes Frances Tailey Drs. Esther and James Taitsman Veronica Talbot Raymond Talty Stephen Tarnoff Donald Tatham Chris and Charlie Taylor Joanne Taylor Lauren and Paul Taylor Will Taylor Mary G. Tedesco Daniel and Nan Teplitz David Tesch Dr. Mark Testaiuti Dawn and John Thein Mary Tholen Michael Thomas Tara Thompson Evette and Steve Tiger Fran and Alvin Tiger Colleen and John Tighe Patrice and Jeffrey Timm Annette Tolbert-Ellis Theresa Tolotta Cara and Christopher Tomasco Shaina Torres Cookie Totka Maurice Towns Maryann Tracey Rose and Frank Tripicchio Robert Trombley Joseph and Michelle Tropea Valerie Trueax Martha Tsampis Spencer Tucker Isatu Turay Donna Turley LaTanya Turner Joann and Paul Tyer William and Judith Uricher Anna Vadino Cheri Valko Clem VanZelst Karen and Todd Veneziano Joanne and Frank Vesci Myrna and James Vest Michelle Villalobos Ronda Vitale Allison Vogdes Michael and Nancy Vogelstein Kathy and John Von Thaden Maureen VonStetina Dr. Christina Vorndran Donna and Gary Vukicevich Marge and John Vytowich Joseph and Mary Ann Wadzin Regina and Donald Wagner Arlene Wahrmann Kathleen and William Waldron Dorothy and Donald Walls Julie Walsh Michelle and Robert Walsh Alexton Walters Jeannie Warren Kathleen Warren Allan and Cynthia Wasserlauf Denise and Edward Waters Rodney Watson Tamelia Watson-Harris Charles Waugh Sarah Way Karen Weaver Megan Webb Thomas and Kathleen Weber Deborah and David Webster Judy Wechsler Bobbie and Ted Weeks Gail and Dr. Barry M. Weichman Joe Weinlick, Jr. David Weiser Susan Weisman and Andrew Howard Barbara and Gary Weissenberger April and Scott Weitz Larry Weitzner Gail and Doran Welch Elizabeth Welker Eva and Claudia West Gabriel Wetmore Bryant Wezner Franklin and Dolores Wezner Richard Wezner Wendy and Marc Wezner Shelly and Brent White Susan Whited John and Lillian Wilkins Breanna Williams Deyshia Williams Janet Williams Randy and Sherry Williams Sue Williams David Willis Joan and Keith Willoughby Ronald and Lisa Willoughby Elizabeth Wills Rosemary and James Wills Carla Wilson Dolores Wilson Jennifer Wilson Lillian Wilson June and John Winchester Jane Windle Christine and Robert Winn Jo Winslow Tracy and Bob Wolak Terrence Wolfe Daniel and Roni Wolfson Joseph Wolfson Paul Wolfson Jennifer Wolinetz Mindy and Dr. Larry A. Wolk Leslie and Mark Wood Laura Wooding Stephen and Maureen Woods Brad Wool Elizabeth and Frederick Wright William and Robin Wright William and Valerie Wynne Charlie Yedlin Donna Young Wendy Young Donna and Philip Yturbe Megan Zahler Amy Zambotti Robert Zampella Robert Zimmerman Alfred Zulu Hanna Zyruk and Dr. James Hainer The Jacob Schaefer Legacy Society The Jacob Schaefer Legacy Society honors those who have made planned gifts to Bancroft. Bruce Baker Linda Bennett Kathy and Chris Capritti Virginia and James Carson Estate of Helen Davis Jaqueline and Leonard Faupel Susan and Bob Freeman Judith Harper Abby Harris on behalf of Danny Harris Justin Israel Geraldine Knudsen Patricia and Bob Mate Wayne and Kathy Ross Virginia Rushmore Rita Waranch Susan Weisman and Andrew Howard Joanne and Raymond Welsh IN-KIND GIFTS In-kind giving allows donors to have an immediate impact by providing much-needed equipment and supplies, reducing Bancroft’s need to purchase the items and have them shipped. Allied Beverage Group, LLC Gertrude Bampi-Nelson Barry’s Bistro Rosalyn and Laurence Belgin Erin Bereheiko Dr. Mary G. Brownsberger Carrie Cafiero Kimberly and Stephen Caputo Catherine Carchidi David Checchio Cherry Hill Skating Center Cinemark Nancy Costello Couples Resorts Molly Coyle Jean D’Ambrosio Gregory Davis Thomas Deeney Jennifer Deluca Jeremy Duncan Christina and Eric Eberman Robert Escheman Bernice and Vance Evans Maryann and Colin Farrell Jacqueline Faupel Pam Fenner and Michael McLaughlin Colleen and Edwin Ferren Joanna Fiori Jenna Forziati The Funplex Amy Garfinkel Theresa Gibbs Jan Goan Beth and Ronald Greer Diane and Gary Herman Diane and Jim Higgins Bob Hoban Joseph Hodakowski Sandra Huffman Patricia Hurka Sondra Jacob Johnson’s Corner Farm Knights of Columbus: Bishop Eustace Assembly 652 Komfort & Kare Heather Kriesman Maureen and John Krihwan Laurel Lanes Michelle Lee Jennifer and Chris Lucania Magnum Computer Recycling Mindy and Daniel Maranon Esther Miller Linda Miller and Dennis Duffy Teresa and John Moffett Sylvie Moran NELSON Technology Services Daina Norman Janet and Allen Pawling Philly Pretzel Factory Playdrome Cherry Hill Pump It Up Lynda and Stewart Resnick Valerie Ridgway-Carter Rita’s Water Ice Heidi and Todd Rixman Ross Concrete Kathy and Wayne Ross Harry Serad ShopRite Kirk Smith Stewart Business Systems Karen Stone Carol and Richard Stravach Mary Stringfellow Kevin Sullivan T & L Transportation Mary G. Tedesco Diane and Carl Thomas Kathleen M. Thompson Tina’s Hallmark Selena and Paul Tropea United by Autism Julie Walsh Dale Williams Gale and Bill Wills Hanna Zyruk and Dr. James Hainer MILESTONES (continued) } 14 MAY 2011 The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs approved Bancroft to provide brain-injury rehabilitation services to veterans through a new pilot program. As a result, VA funding is now available for these vital supports. } JUNE 2011 Bancroft’s Golf Outing featured two twists this year: a new site – Galloway National Golf Course; and special messages to each foursome from their “team captain” – a student or adult served by Bancroft. } JUNE 2011 David Weiser (left) ran with the Special Olympics torch to help kick off New Jersey’s Summer Games. He and staff member Shaun Erwin (right) compete in community road races, too. } JUNE 2011 Thirty-one students graduated from The Bancroft School this year. Of those, 93 percent went on to jobs and/or adult programs provided by Bancroft or other organizations. 15
  • 10. Financial Overview REVENUE AND EXPENSES DONATIONS Year Ended Year Ended JUNE 30, 2010 JUNE 30, 2011 Total Revenue 1,308 14 12 $95,588 Interest and other income $97,926 873 $99,246 EXPENSES WERE INCURRED FOR: Salaries, wages and fringe benefits AMOUNT IN THOUSANDS $94,701 Donations $1,000 Bancroft is an incredible organization and, after serving three years as a board member, I’m honored to have been named board chairman in April. As president and CEO of Kennedy Health System, one of the region’s largest healthcare providers, I was already familiar with Bancroft and the excellent work it does. $1,200 REVENUE WAS PROVIDED FROM: Program revenue 1,308 $ $1,400 Transforming for a strong future Since I’ve become more directly involved, I’m even more impressed. And one of the most impressive aspects of the organization is its constant quest to improve. 873 $ $800 At the board level, we continually strive to challenge each other’s thinking, as well as to challenge management, in order to assure that we’re well-prepared for the future. For example, how do our families and other “stakeholders” define quality? And what is the board’s specific role in achieving Bancroft’s vision, in support of our mission? (For our new vision statement, please see Toni Pergolin’s message on page 1.) $600 $76,516 $78,238 Facilities and transportation 9,179 10,292 Supplies and other expenses 5,367 6,251 644 624 1,717 1,623 $93,423 $97,028 $2,165 $2,218 $3,375 $4,023 Restricted gifts 46 129 Gifts released from restriction (2) (502) ¢ Corporate/Organization Support 3,419 3,650 ¢ Special Events $9,615 $13,034 $13,034 $16,684 Interest Depreciation Total Expenses Net Operating Income NET ASSET ACTIVITY: Increase in unrestricted net assets Increase in net assets Net Assets beginning of year Net Assets end of year ABOVE NUMBERS ARE IN THOUSANDS 16 $400 $200 $0 FY 10 FY 11 ¢ Other income ¢ Individual Support As an organization, our sole purpose is to better the lives of those who seek our help. Each of us – from board members to administrators, clinicians to direct-care staff – must understand our responsibilities, and hold ourselves and one another accountable for achieving our goals. That’s the only way to assure Bancroft will be here in the future, for the families who rely on us today and those who will need us tomorrow. I’m confident that we’re on our way to achieving our vision to become the region’s elite service-provider in our field. As an elite provider, we are motivated to do our very best, each and every day, to provide the most effective services. We hope this vision will also inspire you to continue supporting us for many years to come. Through the use of best practices and a solid commitment to each person who comes to us for services, we are transforming lives. And we are transforming our world. Join us! MARTIN A. BIEBER, CHAIRMAN, BANCROFT BOARD OF TRUSTEES 17
  • 11. Transforming to achieve our vision PERSON-CENTERED modern facilities Our Promise Together, we are moving toward an exciting future for Bancroft and the people we support. Our vision is clear: By 2014, we will be the region’s elite provider of services to people with neurological disabilities. We will achieve this vision by providing high-quality, individualized services in modern living, learning and working environments; services that exceed the expectations of our stakeholders, from the people we support and their families to funding agencies. At the same time, we will preserve the qualities that make the Bancroft community so special: passion; caring; commitment. We are well on our way: We’ve begun transforming our Mullica Hill Campus (pictured) to a fully accessible, modern facility; we’re implementing the use of assistive technologies – which instill greater independence – at a rapid pace; and we’re focusing more than ever on the individual needs and desires of the people we support. employer of choice Together, we can achieve this transformative vision for a strong and rewarding future, for all of those who need us. PA S S I O N COMMITMENT CARING CREATING MODERN ENVIRONMENTS The empty field pictured in last year’s annual report has been transformed into this state-of-the-art residence on our Mullica Hill (N.J.) Campus. The campus is undergoing a complete renovation to create leading-edge facilities, to help people reach their full potential for fulfilling and productive lives. ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY 18 clinical excellence ACCESSIBILITY BEST PRACTICES elite provider BANCROFT “FAMILY” MEMBERS, from left: Sharmina Ransome, Wayne Hefner (staff), Bill Wills (parent), Ray Welsh (parent, board member), Martin Bieber (board chairman), Kia Dreggs (staff), Toni Pergolin (president), Eddie Smith, Caroline Eggerding (staff) 19
  • 12. Bancroft at a Glance BANCROFT IN NUMBERS WE’RE PROUD THAT: EXECUTIVE STAFF • 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization • 98% of the children served in our Early Intervention Program went on to public school. • Most services are provided 24 hours a day, 365 days a year • 93% of Bancroft School students who took a New Jersey state assessment* scored “proficient” or higher in mathematics, and 86% earned the same rating in language-arts literacy. 97% of students who took the science tests achieved a “proficient” or higher score. Toni Pergolin, President, Chief Executive Stephen Bruce, Vice President of Strategic Planning Thomas J. Burke, Chief Financial Officer Caroline Eggerding, M.D., Vice President of Clinical Services, Chief Medical Officer Joseph Flamini, Chief Operating Officer Tracee Hunt, Chief Human Resouces Officer Daniel J. Keating, Ph.D., Vice President of Family Services Joan Galon King, Chief Advancement Officer Colleen Macalino, C.P.A., Vice President of Finance Kathy M. Ross, Vice President of Communications and Community Relations Melissa Wheatcroft, Esq., Vice President of Program Operations • 1,424 individuals served in 25 separate programs > 554 Children > 870 Adults • 198 homes and supervised apartments • Programs are located in six counties in New Jersey, Delaware, and Pennsylvania (Philadelphia area) • 1,996 employees • $100 million operating budget • 5th largest employer in Camden County, N.J. • 128 years of making a difference—Bancroft was founded in 1883! THE NEED • 1 in 94 New Jersey children show signs of autism – more than pediatric cancer, diabetes and AIDS combined. • An estimated 2.5 million people in the United States have an intellectual disability – about 1% of the population. • 2 million people sustain a brain injury every year. In New Jersey alone, over 9,000 people sustain a traumatic brain injury each year, 450 of whom will have long-term disabilities. 20 • 93% of graduating students at age 21 were effectively transitioned to post-educational opportunities. • 90% of the individuals we support in Community Vocational Services for Adults (CVSA) participate in paid employment and/or volunteer work opportunities. • 73% of those working (with supports through CVSA) have maintained their employment for at least 12 months. • 73% of the children who completed the Lindens program (for severe behavioral challenges) in 2010 decreased target behavior by 70% or greater. Our programs and supports for children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, autism, and acquired brain injuries include: • • • • • • • • • • • • Early Intervention and Inclusive Daycare Program Early Education Program for Children on the Autism Spectrum Elementary and Secondary Special Education School Transition Education Program on a College Campus Vocational Training, Transitional and Supported Employment Programs Structured Day Programs for Adults Home and Community Services for Adults with Acquired Brain Injuries Campus and Community Living Programs Programs for Veterans with Acquired Brain Injuries Campus-based Behavioral Stabilization Program for Children/Youth Specialized Community-based Program for Older Adults Professional Training and Consultation Services *The New Jersey Alternate Proficiency Assessment, a state-required assessment for students who are unable to take typical standardized tests. VOLUNTEER LEADERSHIP BANCROFT BOARD OF TRUSTEES Martin A. Bieber, Chair Lisa Bean Alberts, APN, BC Scott Bannett Greg Dobbs James P. Dwyer, D.O. Kenneth L. Ewell Jeffrey R. Harris Samuel A. Pignatelli Jeremy W. Ryan, Esq. Jeffrey S. Swartz Howard M. Weinberg, D.O. Raymond H. Welsh Ronald L. Williams Leon J. Zimmerman EMERITUS TRUSTEES Theodore Beringer James Carson Leonard B. Faupel Robert J. Freeman Justin Israel Dimitri T. Jeon Robert F. Mate Clarence N. York, Ed.D. BANCROFT REHABILITATION SERVICES BOARD OF TRUSTEES Howard M. Weinberg, D.O., Chair Barbara Berkman Philip N. Hineline, Ph.D. Donna Icovino Mary Louise Kerwin, Ph.D. Charles S. McLister Mark Mintz, M.D. Donald Roberts, Immediate Past Chairman Joseph C. Atkinson, Immediate Past Chairman 21