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  1. 1. 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 those with intellectual and developmental challenges and acquired brain injuries in achieving their life goals as valued and respected members of our world. You move us forward Two-thousand employees. Nine major sites. Almost 200 group homes and apartments. Bancroft is clearly a large organization. But we’re also a place where one person can make a huge difference. It’s certainly true of our employees, who do amazing work every day. And it’s also true of our donors. People like Ray Welsh. The Farley family. Betty Moran. Each of these donors has shown extraordinary support for our mission – and lives have been transformed as a result. Since the launch of our most ambitious fundraising effort – Transforming Our World | The Campaign for Bancroft – many supporters, both old and new, have stepped forward to give at all levels. Momentum is really building! We are well on our way to achieving our goal for the Campaign, which is already increasing opportunities for the children and adults we support. This Annual Report will show you some of that momentum, the exciting transformations already occurring, and the great places we’re headed with your help. Please remember, every contribution truly makes a difference – and brings us closer to One World. For Everyone. On behalf of each person and family we serve, thank you for your support! TONI PERGOLIN, PRESIDENT, CHIEF EXECUTIVE 1
  2. 2. At Bancroft, we help people do the things that are most meaningful to them and their families. Big things, like going to school, holding a job, and participating in the community. Important things – from communicating to reducing their problem behaviors. Joyful things, like playing a sport, taking a trip, or socializing with friends. Brain Injury Rehabilitation – Day and Residential Services 2 I’m a different person since coming to Bancroft. I’ve worked toward independence and achieved my goal of living on the outside. – Duane Wong, age 33 ” Brain Injury Rehabilitation – Veterans Assisted Living Pilot Program Since surviving a brain injury at age 14, Carolyn has come a long way with Bancroft’s support. Today, she does office work five days a week, and arranges her own transportation to her job and her many leisure activities. “ We’re so thrilled with Bancroft and how Ross has done here. ” – Laura Kuntz, mother of Ross Mikalauskas, age 20 Lindens Behavioral Stabilization Program, Education Program, Autism Residential Services Bancroft helped Ross overcome severe behavior problems related to his autism, which prevented learning and many other activities. Today, Ross goes to school, volunteers, and lives in the community with Bancroft’s support. After his brain injury, Navy veteran Duane Wong struggled with a range of issues. Today, he’s living and volunteering in the community, and improving his walking, memory and other abilities with Bancroft’s help. A.J. and teacher Cassie DiOrio ” – Carolyn Musser, age 41 Carolyn and her sister Kim Each day, our work is as varied as the children and adults we support. But we always have one goal: to enable those we serve to participate as fully as possible in our world – one world, for everyone. Your donations enable us to increase opportunities and alter perceptions. Even the people we support and their families are sometimes surprised by how much they can learn, grow and accomplish! They’re grateful, and so are we. “ Duane and physical therapist Lois Burke Every day, we prove that it’s our world, too “ I’ve achieved things I never thought possible. “ We’ve seen a huge difference in A.J. He’s happier, he’s walking, he’s talking a bit. ” – Kristi Gonzales, mother of A.J., age 2 Little Butterflies Daycare Program Bancroft staff members taught A.J. sign language and other skills to compensate for his developmental delays. Today, A.J. communicates what he wants, is less frustrated and more receptive to learning. 3
  3. 3. Transforming Our World: Update on the Campaign We launched Transforming Our World | The Campaign for Bancroft in 2010 to transform the lives of the children and adults we support and strengthen Bancroft for the future. This $6 million Campaign is enabling Bancroft to modernize our facilities, increase our technological abilities, and respond to emerging needs. The Transforming Our World campaign has already had a major impact on people’s lives, thanks to the generous support of more than 70 donors* listed at right. The Campaign is close to reaching its $6 million goal by its June 30, 2013, deadline. That will enable many other critical improvements which are not funded through any other means. This is an exciting and transformative time, and we are pleased to recognize these generous contributors who have thus far made pledges and cash gifts to the campaign. Thank you to our Campaign Donors* Visionary Patron The Family of Ryan Farley Elizabeth Moran Joanne and Raymond Welsh Anonymous Elizabeth Kalellis Eleanor and Fred Meyer Donna and Mario Sartori Builder Anonymous Laura and Joseph Atkinson Frances and William Graham Karen and Jeff Harris The William Rooke, Jr. Memorial Partner Anonymous (3) Sheldon S. and Barbara Berkman Lisa and Kenneth Ewell Dr. Lawrence and Susan Goren Kanalstein Danton Associates P.A. Linda and Peter Musumeci Toni and John Pergolin Suzanne and Samuel Pignatelli Tony Schlesinger Benefactor Lisa and Dr. Gregory B. Alberts Michele and Martin Bieber Lillian and Thomas Burke Joseph Hodakowski Tracee and Benjamin Hunt Frederick J. Rohloff, Esq. Randee and Dr. Kenneth Rubenstein *Donors through January 2013 4 Sponsor Alysa and Scott Bannett Sue and Stephen Bruce Dr. Caroline Eggerding and Lawrence D. Berger Debbie and Joe Flamini Carin and John Foster Robert MacPherson Kathy and Wayne Ross Schultz & Williams Amy and Jeffrey Swartz Howard M. Weinberg, DO Julie and Leon Zimmerman Lisa and Robert Mollusky Joan and Ernest Pighini Drs. Denise and Arthur Rubenstein Kelly and David Ryan Margaret and Brian Sciarrotta James J. Sebra Susan Weisman and Andrew Howard Jane Windle Jennifer Wolff Associate Susan Gapinski Eric Harlan Marlene and Marvin Korff Nora and Frank Parker Margot and Norman Rimbey Camille Stahl Anna Vadino Kathleen and William Waldron Friend Anonymous (3) Michael and Shannon Birdsall Carol and Kurt Brunner Mary and Alan Craig Patricia and Peter DeAngelis Lori and Benjamin Driscoll Annette and Joseph Duffy Rick Hughes Patricia and Richard Hyde Karen and Anthony Ingenito Joan and Gary King Elene and Marshall Kurtzman Mr. and Mrs. David Macalino Transforming Our World: The Campaign for Bancroft GIVING CATEGORIES Visionary Leader Founder Builder Partner Benefactor Patron Sponsor Friend Associate $500,000 or more $250,000 - $499,999 $100,000 - $249,999 $50,000 - $99,999 $20,000 - $49,999 $10,000 - $19,999 $5,000 - $9,999 $1,000 - $4,999 $200 - $999 $1 - $199 5
  4. 4. Together, at Bancroft, we are transforming lives “ With support from donors like you, the Campaign for Bancroft has already enabled us to: ” • Rebuild the Bancroft Lakeside Campus at Mullica Hill (formerly the Mullica Hill Campus), to better meet people’s needs and increase their independence. • Provide more SmartBoards and iPads, which are helping our students learn. • Provide more communication tools and assistive devices, which open up the world to those we support. Please join us in reaching our $6 million goal – and ensuring better lives for thousands of people with disabilities, now and in the future. 6 My love of Bancroft came about because of my dear friends Ray and Joanne Welsh, whose son was at Bancroft. I’m very impressed with the care that Bancroft gives to people, and how dedicated the staff is. It’s also very important to have modern facilities for people who really need them. – Betty Moran, who has given generously over the past three years to the Campaign for Bancroft. “ My family and I support Bancroft so it can continue for Ryan and his friends. Ryan’s getting an excellent quality of life at Bancroft. – Robert Farley, shown with son Ryan, who has been with Bancroft since 1997 and now resides at the Bancroft Lakeside Campus at Mullica Hill. The Farley family, including both sets of grandparents, gives generously to Bancroft. ” “ We give because of our great regard and respect for the work Bancroft does and for the people whom it serves. And we give in memory of our son Randy, who had a very fulfilling life thanks to Bancroft. ” – Raymond Welsh, shown with his wife Joanne. The Welshes have provided major financial support to Bancroft for more than 20 years. 7
  5. 5. Your donation makes a challenge a possibility Bancroft offers many giving options to fit our supporters’ needs and interests. Whether a one-time gift or a donation spread over time, each contribution enhances the lives of many hundreds of people with disabilities. You can support Bancroft through donations of cash, stocks, mutual funds, goods and services, among other options. Transforming Our World | The Campaign for Bancroft Our landmark fundraising campaign is significantly improving the lives of those Bancroft supports. For details, please see the Campaign Update on pages 4-7. Margaret Bancroft Annual Fund This “unrestricted” fund enables Bancroft to respond to emergent needs and opportunities. Planned Giving Planned gifts can provide you with income and added tax benefits. Options include remembering Bancroft in your will, naming Bancroft the beneficiary of a retirement plan or life insurance policy, and creating a charitable annuity or trust. Tributes Donors can honor or remember a friend or loved one by making a gift in the person’s name. Bancroft will notify the person or his/her family of the gift. Sports & Personal Fundraising You can support Bancroft when participating in sports events or when celebrating a special occasion, through a special web page. Details are at Other Ways to Give You can donate through your employer’s United Way campaign, by sending us grocery labels that we can redeem for donations, by using free websites like GoodSearch, and by volunteering. Bancroft’s STAFF – like the team shown here – is passionate about contributing, too! Our Employee Impact Campaign is growing, with 854 staff members donating in fiscal year 2012. “Our staff will do anything for the children. We’re here to give them the best education we can and the quality of life they deserve. Giving to Bancroft is just another way our staff shows their dedication.” – Colleen Rowan-Valentino, principal, The Bancroft School at Voorhees Pediatric Facility, pictured with her staff. This group is always the first to reach 100% participation in Bancroft’s annual Employee Impact Campaign.   8 9
  6. 6. Everyone deserves a chance We vow to make that chance a reality The Butterfly Ball, our signature fundraising event, provides vital annual support for Bancroft programs. The Ball contributes almost a third of our “unrestricted” donations, which can be used wherever they’re most needed. The fall 2011 Ball set both fundraising and attendance records, raising $340,000 and drawing 310 guests. Hosted by Phillies announcer Tom McCarthy, the event featured a novel addition: guests made extra donations by text message, adding 9% to the fundraising total.   Our Golf Outing also provides major support for Bancroft programs. Like the Ball, it raises “unrestricted” donations, which address unfunded needs like facility improvements, assistive technology and extracurricular activities. Limited to 72 golfers, the spring 2012 event raised $66,000 through registration fees, donations and corporate sponsorships. Four cultivation events throughout the year helped us connect with donors and meet their friends and contacts – resulting in significant additional support. Held in various venues, these gatherings ranged from a wine-tasting with football legend Dick Vermeil to a reception and insider tour at Citizens Bank Park. By making these personal connections, we also alter perceptions in the community. Special events provide lively opportunities to support Bancroft’s mission. During the 2011-2012 fiscal year, both our annual Butterfly Ball and Golf Outing had their most successful events. In addition, several “cultivation events” drew potential and existing supporters, creating new bonds and strengthening older ties. OUR 2012 GOLF OUTING at Jasna Polana in Princeton – a great cause and a great course! THE ANNUAL BUTTERFLY BALL – our black-tie gala that touches the heart. SOME OF THE ‘FRIENDS OF BANCROFT’ – an enthusiastic group of young supporters who volunteer and host fundraising events. 10 11
  7. 7. Brain n Injury Home and Meeting challenges, increasing opportunities for people of all ages and every level of need Community n Ages 21+ In-Home Services Ages 21+ n Bancroft School The (Special n Education Programs) Community Vocational n Ages 5-21 Services/Employment Support BA NC ROF T FA CI L ITY Ages 0-3 Over the years, Bancroft has grown from a tiny school to a multi-faceted organization. Today, we help babies, senior citizens, and everyone in between. We support people in their own homes, schools, communities, and in Bancroft facilities. We operate in three states. And we span the fields of autism/developmental disabilities services, special-education, and brain-injury rehabilitation. Please save this chart as a quick, easy reference to Bancroft’s major programs. 12 n Consultation n Outreach Services Early n Intervention n Program BANCROFT PROGRAM KEY Programs for people with autism n or other intellectual or developmental disabilities Bancroft Brain Injury Rehabilitation n n Special Education Services and Support | 1-800-774-5516 Individualized rehabilitation at one’s home, job or other community site. Focus on maximizing independence and community re-integration. Ages 3-21 Regional Hands-on services for public schools, private agencies and families, provided on-site and in-home Comprehensive special education and behavioral intervention, emphasizing functional skills, communication, community participation, vocational training and career exploration Regional A range of instruction and supports that help adults obtain and maintain jobs in the community A menu of highly individualized services, such as behavioral support, life-skills instruction, companionship, and respite care for families Regional Regional Brain n Injury Day Treatment Services n Campus/Satellite Ages 21+ Ages 21+ n Education Early n Program Education and therapies for infants a nd toddlers with developmental d elays or disabilities Regional n Butterflies Little n Daycare Program Ages 0-7 Structured, educational daycare program for young children with and without developmental delays Haddon Heights, N.J. Structured learning programs featuring a variety of functional, meaningful and therapeutic activities, from job sampling to volunteering, social-skills instruction to computer classes Brick | Cherry Hill | Mullica Hill, N.J. Ages 3-9 Intensive school for children with autism, enabling most graduates to return to their home school district Cherry Hill, N.J. n Children and Youth Residential Services Day Programs for Adults Haddonfield, N.J. Ages 21+ • Community | ages 7-21 • Transitional Campus | ages 5-21 • Lindens (intensive behavioral) | ages 5-21 A range of therapeutic, supervised homes and apartments on-campus and in the community Coordinated rehabilitation including physical, occupational and speech therapy, cognitive rehabilitation, individual and family counseling, vocational support Brick | Cherry Hill | Plainsboro, N.J. n n Bancroft School The n Voorhees Pediatric Facility at Brain n Injury Residential Ages 3-21 Special-education school located within a leading pediatric care facility, for students with complex medical needs Voorhees, N.J. Rehabilitation Ages 21+ Full range of campus- and communitybased homes and apartments designed for varying levels of independence and offering an array of rehabilitation services Southern Central N.J. Ages 40-80+ Adult Residential Services Ages 21+ An array of therapeutic, supervised homes and apartments, on campus and in the community. Support ranges from 24-hour awake staffing, to highly independent living with periodic staff check-ins. Southern N.J. | Central N.J. Delaware | Southeastern Pa. A residential and day program for older adults, emphasizing recreation, socialization and overall quality of life Voorhees, N.J. Southern N.J. Age 0-7 3-9 Judith B. Flicker n Residences n BA N CROF T FACIL I TY COMMUNITY SETTIN G COMMU N ITY SETTIN G Bancroft’s Continuum of Programs 5-21 Age 21+ 40-80+ 13
  8. 8. Bancroft at a Glance Bancroft in numbers We’re proud that: Volunteer Leadership* • 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization 98% of the children served in our Early Intervention Program went on to public school. 89% of Bancroft School students who took the New Jersey Alternate Proficiency Assessment Test scored “proficient” or higher in mathematics, and 85% earned the same rating in language-arts literacy. 93% of students who took the science tests achieved a “proficient” or higher score. Bancroft Board of Trustees Martin A. Bieber, Chair Lisa Alberts, APN, PMHNP-BC Joseph C. Atkinson Scott Bannett James P. Dwyer, DO Kenneth L. Ewell Jeffrey R. Harris Edward Kennedy Kriste Lindenmeyer, PhD Charles S. McLister Toni Pergolin Samuel A. Pignatelli Jeffrey S. Swartz Lenny Valentino Jr. Howard M. Weinberg, DO Raymond H. Welsh • ost services are provided 24 hours a day, M 365 days a year 1 • ,358 individuals served in 25 separate programs 618 Children 740 Adults • 90 homes and supervised apartments 1 • rograms are located in six counties in P New Jersey, Delaware, and Pennsylvania (Philadelphia area) • 1,950 employees • $105 million operating budget 5 • th largest employer in Camden County, N.J. • 29 years of making a difference – Bancroft 1 was founded in 1883! 93% of graduating students at age 21 were effectively transitioned to post-educational opportunities. 97% 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. 75% of the children who completed the Lindens program (for severe behavioral challenges) over the last three years averaged a 70% reduction in their primary target behavior. The Need • in 49 New Jersey children shows signs of 1 autism – more than pediatric cancer, diabetes and AIDS combined. (One in 88 nationally) • n estimated 2.5 million people in the United A States have an intellectual disability – about 1% of the population. 14 • million people sustain a brain injury every 2 year. In New Jersey alone, over 9,000 people sustain a traumatic brain injury each year, 450 of whom will have long-term disabilities. Emeritus Trustees Theodore Beringer James Carson Robert J. Freeman Justin Israel Dimitri T. Jeon Robert F. Mate Ronald Williams Clarence N. York, EdD Bancroft Rehabilitation Services Board of Trustees Howard M. Weinberg, DO, Chair Calvin L. Cass Philip N. Hineline, PhD Donna Icovino Pete Jamison, Esq. Jessica Glass Kendorski, PhD Charles S. McLister Mark Mintz, MD Executive Staff Toni Pergolin, MHA, CPA, President and Chief Executive Cynthia Boyer, PhD, Executive Director, Brain Injury Services Stephen Bruce, Vice President of Strategic Planning Thomas J. Burke, Chief Financial Officer Rex Carney, Vice President of Marketing and Communications Eric M. Eberman, MSEd, Executive Director, Pediatric and Adolescent Residential Services Regina Gentlesk Green, PMHCNS, BC, Vice President of Nursing Tracee Hunt, MHS, SPHR, Chief Human Resources Officer Colleen Macalino, CPA, Vice President of Finance Dennis Morgan, MEd, Executive Director of Bancroft Special Education Programs Josefina Nash, MS, Vice President, Information Technology Karen Parenti, MS, PsyD, Vice President of Quality and Clinical Operations Clair Rohrer, MEd, Executive Director, Programs for Adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Kathy M. Ross, Executive Liason, Office of the President Ann Sheafer, Vice President of Pennsylvania and Delaware Operations * Leadership as of October 2012 15
  9. 9. Your donation makes a challenge a possibility DONORS Your generosity helps make possible every aspect of our important work and improves the life of each person we support. It is an investment in our community. We are honored to recognize, in the categories below, individuals, corporations and organizations making cash gifts or pledge payments between July 1, 2011, and June 30, 2012. We are grateful for your generous support of our annual fund, special events, Transforming Our World | The Campaign for Bancroft, and grants in response to special requests. Every gift is meaningful and, to our loyal friends, we extend our most sincere appreciation. Corporate Organizational Support $50,000+ The Lebensfeld Foundation Wawa Food Markets, Inc. Wicks Chapin, Inc. $25,000-$49,999 The Graham Company TD Charitable Foundation $10,000-$24,999 BBR Partners LLC Catholic Human Services Foundation Costanza Builders Inc. Flicker Family Fund - Jewish Community Foundation MetroWest Holman Automotive Group, Inc. Laird Norton Company LLC OnSite Innovations, Inc. Ronald McDonald House Charities Global Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Philadelphia Region The William Rooke, Jr. Memorial Stewart Business Systems $5,000-$9,999 Adler’s Pharmacy Archer Greiner Conner Strong Buckelew Cozen O’Connor August 2011 16 Longtime supporters (and former employees) Lisa and Greg Alberts hosted a reception for Haddonfieldarea friends, tapping their local connections to build support for Bancroft. Dietz Watson, Inc. Dur-A-Flex Foundation, Inc. Kennedy Health System Medical Data Management, Inc. NovaCare Outpatient Rehabilitation Rothman Institute TD Bank Verizon Communications Virtua Health Voorhees Pediatric Facility $1,000-$4,999 Abramson Family Foundation All Risk Property Damage Experts ArcelorMittal The Bannett Group, LTD. The Beth and Preston Ingram Foundation Brownstein Group Catalyst Air Management, Inc. Coastal Spine The Comegno Law Group, P.C. Community Foundation of New Jersey Ernst Young, LLP Frito-Lay GKN Foundation Grant Thornton LLP Hinkle, Fingles and Prior Holy Redeemer Health System Infinity Title Agency The Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta Kanalstein Danton Associates P.A. Knights of Columbus: New Jersey State Council Marathon Engineering Environmental Services, Inc. Miele, Inc. New Jersey Manufacturers Insurance Group Parkhill Memorial Trust The Philadelphia Hand Center Philadelphia Insurance Companies Philadelphia Phillies Pinnacle Taxx PricewaterhouseCoopers Ravitz Family Foundation RBC Foundation - USA Salerno Son Schultz Williams South Jersey Gas Company Stevens Lee Stradley, Ronon, Stevens Young USI Affinity Xerox Corporation $500-$999 Anthony J. Bilotti Associates, LLC AutoSource Group, LLC B. Braun Medical, Inc. Ballard Spahr Andrews Ingersoll, LLP Birdsall Services Group Brady Financial Group, LLC Carlisle and Associates, LLC Center for Family Guidance, PC Continuum Health Alliance, LLC Creative Financial Group Education Facility Management LLC EVRAZ Inc. NA ExxonMobil Foundation Fountainhead Services, LLC General Mills Box Tops for Education Program Jay Roberts Jewelers KMRD Partners, Inc. Lexus of Atlantic City Lexus of Cherry Hill McKesson Atlantic Healthcare Mercadien Consulting LLC Miller Transportation Group Moppert Brothers Inc. New Road Construction Management Company Ragone, Lacatena, Fairchild Beppel, PC Retail Sites Shamong Township School Simkar LLC TM Landscaping Lawn Service, Inc. Target, Take Charge of Education Taylor Wiseman Taylor Wahoo Insurance Programs Youth Transit Authority LLC $1-$499 A+ Letter Service Acadia, Inc. Aetna Attolon Partners LLC The Barclay Group Beneficial Mutual Bancorp, Inc. BJ’s Wholesale Club, Inc. Burlington County Bar Association Burlington County Public Employee Charitable Campaign Camden County Public Employee Charitable Campaign Cardiovascular Associates of the Delaware Valley, P.A. CBC Son, Inc. Charles J. Becker and Brothers, Inc. Chick-fil-A at Garden State Park Circles On The Square The Club at Main Street Comcast Corporation Community Health Charities of Maryland, Inc. The Comprehensive Learning Center, Inc. Consolidated Services Group Corporate Initiatives Delta Dental of New Jersey Direct Millwork, LLC Dotzel Trucking EarthShare New Jersey Fairway Laboratories Fraser Brothers Group Friends of Bancroft General Floor Green Dot Corporation Hanna Pharmaceutical Supply Co., Inc. Harrison Township School District Health Village Highway Equipment Supply Co. Homestead Carpets Inc. IMA Consulting Imaging Associates, Inc. Interocean American Shipping Corporation Jaclyn Hoffman, Ed.D. Associates Johnson Johnson We launched the Bancroft Transition Program at Camden County College, giving students with disabilities ages 18-21 the chance to learn and be part of a college environment. September 2011 JPMorgan Chase Kaplan Family Foundation Knights of Columbus: Bishop B. J. Eustace Assembly 652 Knights of Columbus: Our Lady of Perpetual Help Council 5714 Kulzer Dipadova, PA LarsonAllen, LLP Laureate Eta Chapter/Beta Sigma Phi Lawrence, Cable and Company, LLP Liberty Insurance Associates Lowenstein Sandler Attorneys at Law Lynco Construction Company, Inc. Marian Catholic Club of Camden County McAllister, The Service Company Merck Partnership for Giving Metropolitan Acoustics, LLC Mustang Expediting, Inc. The National Constitution Center Needleman Management Company Neuro Restorative New Jersey Pathcom Incorporated Platt Memorial Chapels Inc. Porter Curtis, LLC Princeton Wealth Advisors of Raymond James Associates Princeton Weight Loss Program LLC Proxus, LLC Prudential Life Claims PSEG REAL Center Ross Concrete Rotating Machinery Services, Inc. Royal Bank America Siegal Drossner, PC South Jersey Eye Center South Wilkes-Barre Little League Stellar Machine Inc. Stout’s Food Service United Way of Burlington County United Way of Delaware United Way of Greater Mercer County Wilkes-Barre Fire Department Athletic Association Individual Support $50,000+ The Family of Ryan Farley Elizabeth Moran Lynda and Stewart Resnick Joanne and Raymond Welsh $25,000-$49,999 Karen and Jeff Harris Linda and Peter Musumeci $10,000-$24,999 Laura and Joseph Atkinson Barbara and Dr. Sheldon S. Berkman Lisa and Kenneth Ewell Frances and William Graham Mary Pat Meyer Toni and John Pergolin Randee and Dr. Kenneth Rubenstein Selena and Paul Tropea $5,000-$9,999 Lisa and Dr. Gregory B. Alberts Deborah and Richard Auerbach Lillian and Thomas Burke Dr. Kathleen and Gil Freeman Cheryl Graham Joseph Holman Elena Petronio Tony Schlesinger Barbara and Jack Tarditi Ann Shakeshaft and Michael Tobey $1,000-$4,999 Lisa and Stephen Albanese Christine and William Albrecht Katherine and Jeffrey Babin Henry Bean Rosalyn and Laurence Belgin Susan and Joshua Bennett Laurie Kurdes and Christopher Beringer Michele and Martin Bieber Dr. Enrico Bombieri Susan Bombieri Dr. Cynthia L. Boyer Sue and Stephen Bruce Kathy and Chris Capritti Kathy Carella Virginia and Jim Carson George D. Chant, Jr. Alison and Vincent Conti Diane and Kevin Corrigan Karen and Anthony D’Ambrosio Sally and Robert Danley Gerald A. Davis Amy Dorfmeister Dr. Caroline Eggerding and Lawrence D. Berger Joanna and Clem Fiori Debbie and Joe Flamini Carin and John Foster Sandra Fromm Nina and Elliott Goldstein, Esq. Susan and Dr. Lawrence J. Goren Mary Vidas and Edward Hazzouri Kathaleen and Robert Hill Joseph Hodakowski Tracee and Benjamin Hunt Donna and Michael Icovino Karen and Anthony Ingenito Elizabeth Kalellis Joan and Gary King Lorraine and Wayne Kobular Ellene and Thomas Kowal Maureen and John Krihwan Laura Kuntz and Edmund Mikalauskas Elene and Marshall Kurtzman Robert MacPherson Jo Ann and Thomas Mara Patricia and Bob Mate Gloria and Stephen Mayer Henry E. McGrorry, Jr. Patricia and Charles McLister Eleanor and Fred Meyer Kathy and Patrick Mindas, Esq. Drs. Pnina and Mark Mintz Michael and Karen Mitchell Lisa and Robert Mollusky Marsha and John Parker Nancy and William Patrick Janet and Allen Pawling Joseph Pesci Shirley and Thomas Reilly Frederick J. Rohloff, Esq. Kathy and Wayne Ross Virginia Rushmore Donna and Mario Sartori Ardeen and Scott Schaefer Paula and Dr. Lawrence Siegel Barbara Stern Kathleen R. Sutcliffe Amy and Jeffrey Swartz Kathleen M. Thompson Angela and Rudolph Tilotta Lynn and Dr. Alfred Tomaio Tom and Colleen Rowan Valentino Emily Venable Biscardi Linda Wasilchick Howard M. Weinberg, DO JoAnne and Ron Williams Pamela and Joseph Yohlin Julie and Leon Zimmerman $500-$999 Donna and Dean Adinolfi Rita and Robert Beardsley Deborah Bothun Carol and Kurt Brunner Dolores and Raymond Burczyk Mary E. Burczyk Susan W. and Cummins Catherwood, Jr. Claudia Connolly and Thomas Hayevy Naomi and Joseph Daniels Susan and David Danton Patricia and Peter DeAngelis Regina and Clifford Dirkes Lori and Benjamin Driscoll Annette and Joseph Duffy John Dugan Elizabeth and Francis DuVernois Suzanne and Dr. James Dwyer Glenn Earl Pam Fenner and Michael McLaughlin Ann and Greg Florio Drs. Silvia and Irwin Gratz Regina Green Michelle Habingreither Margaret and Thomas Heer Virginia and Dr. Michael Kahn Kathleen and Dr. Daniel Keating Brian Kovacs Jacklyn and Kenneth Lange Virginia and Robert Lenherr Peggy and Glenn Manochi Ruth and Dr. Stanley Marcus Jane and Stephen Murphy Josefina and Michael Nash Brigitte Neafsey Elizabeth and Peter Orlando Margo and Daniel Polett Joanne and Andres Pumariega Stephen Ripa Michael Rogers Clair and Dean Rohrer Karen Thoreson Schlesinger Leigh Sherwood Dr. Amy Shute and Michael Siegrist Stuart Sobin Susan and Daniel Swett Carol and John Van Orden Catherine and Paul Viens Gabriel Wetmore Kathy and James Wheatcroft Melissa Wheatcroft and Blair Talty Kendrick and Lisa White Deborah and Thomas Whitesell $1-$499 Dr. Pamela P. Abraham Megan Abrams Pam and Mark Adler Rose Agostini Rana Akther and Mohammed Ali Richard Alexander Sister Eileen Algeo, SHCJ Ethan C. Allen Jeanne Allison Geanatta Alston William and Mary Helen Altimairo Darlene and Stuart Altschuler Karen and William Amesbury Folarin Amoo Elizabeth and George Angelo Linda and Lowell Arye Matthew Askey Robert J. Atkinson David Atkiss Diane Aughenbaugh James Aye Joanne Babaian Stephen Baginsky Alexa Baglivo Daniel Bailey Andrew Baill Florence and Bill Baranoff Catherine and Tim Barbagallo Mary Lou and Joseph Barbera David and Alberta Baril Kathleen and Donald Barone Marva Barricklow Jennifer Bates Robert W. Bates, Jr. Glennys and Thomas Battle Dorothy Bauer and Alan Stein Senator James F. Beach Nancy Beacham John Adam Beck Jamezetta and Edward Bedford Janis W. Bell Scott Benedict Conchetta Benjamin Denise and Richard Bennett Linda Bennett Greg Bergamesco Betsy Berger Dustin Berger Jonathan Berger Carol and Theodore Beringer Rachelle and Dr. Douglas Berkman Richard Bernstein Bernard and Barbara Bieg Jason Bintliff Peter Birbilis Michael and Shannon Birdsall Steven Bisgaier Evelyne and Zoubir Bittout Jared Blake Phyllis Blaylock Jessica Blessing Solomon Blocker Zvia Blum Alan Bogard (continued) September 2011 Scores of people supported by Bancroft and staff helped build Jake’s Place, a fully accessible, public playground in Cherry Hill, N.J. We all enjoy giving back! 17
  10. 10. DONORS Kim and Martin Bohley Cristina Bohrer Helen Bonavito Elissa and Eric Boory Antonia Bottoms Marie Boursiquot Lori Bowling Hazel Bowman Cherry Boyce Elouise Wright Boyd Jeffrey R. Boyle Jeanne Bozicek Christopher Bracey Gawain Bragg Kurt Braun David Bravo Steven Brawer Francine and Frank Brockman Robert Brode Victoria Brooks Carol R. Brooks-Murphy Christine Brown Deborah A. Brown Donna and Ronald Brown Louise Brown Sandra Brown Stephen Brown Dawan Browning Randy Browning Frank Brzenk Sally and Thomas Buckalew David Budd Judge Alfred Burka October 2011 18 Rice, shaving cream and finger-paint – ingredients for Halloween magic at our Early Education Program! Bancroft therapists conjured up several play stations for fun, hands-on learning. Jeanne K. Burns Sally Burns and David Marcus Gilbert Burton Marijke and Peter Businger Kathleen Cabot-Smith Eric Caliendo Debbie Callsen Frances and Domenic Calzaretto Lachlan and June Cameron Martha Campbell Nancy Canally Chuck Cannon Carrie R. Canuso Thelma Jeanne Capell Nicole Capoferri Claudia Capritti Kimberly and Stephen Caputo Chelsea Marie Carbone Sarah Carbone Tammy Carbone John Cardillo Ashley Cargen Lisa Carle Rex Carney Nancy and Edward Carr Danielle Carroll Karen Carroll, LCSW Michael and Dawn Carter Peter A. Cartwright Carrie A. Caruso Cohn Judy and David Casey Dwight Castellanos Pat Chambers Carol Chapman Daniel Chase Augustine Chea Angela Cherubino Jean and William Chew Garrett Ching Patricia Churchill Delores H. Churry Ann Cifuni Carole T. Clark Robin and Bruce Clark Stephen Clark John Clayton Lorraine Clayton Geneva and James Coffee Wendy and Michael Coffman Jackelyn Cohen Jill Cohen Carri Jo and Mitchell Cohen Pam and John Coletti Beatrice Collins Beatrice and Dominic Collins Elyse Collioud James Comose Susanna Comradi and James Batterman Timothy Coneby Nancy and John Conley Casey and Frank Conn Debra and Donald Conner Jermaine Connor Jessica Connor Jacqueline Conover-Rogers Joanne and William Conrad Amelia Conte Linda and Anthony Conti Sharon and John Conwell Kay Cook Maurice Copeland Dorothy Corbett Christopher Core Joanne Cortese Matthew Costolo Patricia E. Coyle Monique Crawford Louise and Andy Cross Sue and Dana Crouse Sheila Crowe Juan Cruz Joseph Cunningham Dorothy Curran Evanina and Philip Curran Ronald Curry Elizabeth and J. Edwin Cusack Frances and Ludomir Czynski Rob Dailey Linda Daley Eileen and Vincent Danielenko Patricia Daniluk Yolanda and Alfredo DaSilva Jacquelyn and Darnell Davis Perceen Davis Brenda and William Day Joanne and Augustine DeMedio Diane DeSantis Zita and Milford Desenberg Laura Devine Keisha and Douglas Dezube Marian and Ase Dezube Daniel DiBartolomeo Christopher Dickert Leola Dicks Robert Dimattia Diana and Paul Dintino Susan and Dennis DiPerzio Maria Di Pipi Napoleon Divine Timothy M. Dodd Slorseu Doe Diane and James Doherty Robert C. Dohrenwend Martha Joan and Eugene Donohoe Mary Angela Donohoe Erin and Sean Donohue Nancy and Joseph Dorr Irene and John Dougherty Rosemarie Dougherty Lindsay Dowd Lakia Dreggs Karen and Edward Drennen Carol Drew Cherylin Ducille Betty and Richard Duda Margaret Duggan Anne and Christopher Dunphy Eugenie and Joseph Dunphy Christina and Eric Eberman Deborah and Joseph Ebling Melissa Edgerton Jeffrey Edwards Kanayo Ekweonu Benjamin Ellis Rachel Ellis Audrey Erickson Cole Eshbach Lori and Mickey Etkin Marjorie E. Fahnestock Anna and Gregory Fanelli Susan Fareri Patricia and Ronald Faupel Gregory Fayer Jessica Fedezko Ruth and John Feggeler Russett and Sam Feldman Michael Fenton Elizabeth and Robert Feriozzi Loretta Ferren JoAnn and Charles Fest Sarah and Robert Filliben Laurie and James Finkenauer Crystal Finnegan Orlondo Finney Anni Fisher Dianne and William Fisher Eileen and Brian Fletcher Yolanda Foreman Betty Forgerson Bancroft Brain Injury Services launched its Heads-Up Webinar Series for brain-injury professionals. This free public service enables Bancroft to help many more survivors. October 2011 Jessica and Russell Forman Julie Fox Stephanie Frasier Anne E. Frazier Suzanne Freed George Freisleben Sally French Steven Frizzie Allison Fromm Richard Fry Kim Funkhouser Joyce Furgiuele Elizabeth Fuzy Brittany Gafas Roberta and Lester Gale Anne Marie Galinas Donna and Michael Gallagher Monica and Ted Gallagher Maria Gallo Mary Gallo Lena Gallotti Jonathan Ganiaris Brian Gantt Jennifer Sells Garcia Irwin Gardner Janine Gardner Kaitlyn Gardner Linda and Bruce Garganio Marybeth and Daniel Garrett Elaine and Jeffrey Garrod Kalia Gaskins Roney Gastro Marie Gaylert Life Gaylord Jeanine-Marie Geier Theresa Gentile Darnely Gerard Dominique Getka Beth Giaccardo Lori Gibbs Lucille and Richard Gilkey Your gift increases opportunities Stephen Gilmartin Dawn Gilmore Toni Gilmore Dana Giordano Denise Giorgianni Pradepp Giri Bettie and Henry Goehring Marie and Tom Goldkamp Rita Goldstein Katherine Golembiewski Karen and Michael Gooen Morton Goren Paul Goren Scott Goren Lauren Gorman Kay and LeGrand Gould Annette M. Granato Mariann Granrath Hava and Joel Grantz John Gray Marvin Grear, Jr. Clara Green Latoya Green Velma Green Amanda Greenstein Tandra Griffin and Daniel Schwartz Colleen Gross Phyllis Grossman James Gunn Sheila and Leonard Gursky Carolyn Hablitz Monique Hagans Darlene and Douglas Haines Richard Haines Maryanne Halfpenny Hazel Hall Michelle Hall-Boggan Julie Hansell Ashley Hardwick Nancy and Edmund Hardy Linda and John Hargreaves Eric Harlan Beth Harrington Rachel Harrington David Harris Eileen and Steven Harris T. George Harris Zachary Harrison Kevin Harrity Christina Harrop Charles Hart Elizabeth Hawk Joan Hayes Lawrence Headley Mary Ellen and Donald Healy Wayne Hefner Rita Hegmann Kristen Heiser Barbara and Joseph Heitman Jeffrey and Judith Heppard Jacqueline C. Herens Diane and Gary Herman Marykate Herr Michaela Herr Rosemary and Dennis Hill Rose Hillitt Paul Hinderliter Ann and John Hiros Nathana and Michael Hirsch Carolyn A. Hodakowski Robert Holdsworth Jeffrey Holman Barbara and Jeffery Holt Carole and William Holt Patricia and Samuel Holton Linda and Michael Holtz Wendy Hopping Linda and Arthur Horneff Susan and Lawrence Horwitz Francois Jean Huby Shellie and Christopher Hughes Carolee Humphrey Janet Huss Jon Hwang Deena G. Hyman Stephanie and William Icard Christopher Ilconich Ghenet Indrias Adelaida Inoncillo Dr. George O. Isaacson Stacielee Isaacson Alex Jackson Jacqueline Jackson Tamisha Jackson Alice Jacobs Michael Jacobs Patricia and Carl Jacobs Estelle Jacobson Maryann and Charles Jarvis William and Lynn Jennings Elizabeth Jerden Derrick Jeter Keith Jimenez Dean Johnson Heather Johnson Laura Johnson Mary Martha Johnson Rina and John Johnson Shavaughn Johnson Terrance Johnson Michael Johnston Christopher Jones and Kelly Gallagher Roman Jones Kelli Joyce Sydney Judah Desiree and Walter Juraniec Hana Jurgens Veronica and Zeljko Jurjevic Sharon Jurman Genevieve and John Juzaitis Barbara and Robert Kalinski Fred Kamara Sheku Kamara Albert Kanach Barbara and Gary Kanalstein Jeffrey Kaplan Virginia Kassa Sue S. Kaufman Margaret Keller Marie and Robert Kelley Marie and Thomas Kelley Mark Kelly Maureen Kelly Thomas Kent Joseph Kernen Susan Kerr Isabel Kerwin Mary Louise E. Kerwin, PhD, BCBA and Donald Hantula Amy Kessock Elizabeth Kinney Kathleen Kirk Jessica Kirkland Kristin Kisal Eleanor Klein Katherine and Hyman Kleinman Sandra C. Kliska Barbara and James Klotz Anneliese and Hans Knur Anna Rosa and Joseph Kohn Michael and Rosalie Kohn Catherine and William Koleniak Jennifer and Jason Kolinsky Theresa and Daniel Koszowski Anne Kowalchik Frances Kozub Mary Kraemer Heather and Mark Kramer Roberta and Harold Kramer Heather Kriesman Lisa Kubisiak Jeffrey Kueny Jodi Kurtzman Nancy Kurtzman Joseph Kushnerick Bill Kwelty Bridget and Gene Lambey Jennifer Lamothe Max and June Lang Rennae Langley Marcia Larson Kristina Lasota Jillian Laute Layne and Donald Lavin Kathleen Law Michelle Lee Linda and John Leighbody Carol and Charles Leiwant Anne Lemma Jaime Lynn Lenihan Margaret and John Leon Allison Leung Gail and Barry Levin Beth and Allen Levithan Claire Levitt Robin Lewis Tyshon Lewis Louis Liebhaber Matthew Linder Cathy and Dr. Robert Lipshutz Katherine Lisberg Stephen Locastro Teresa and John Lockette Carmen and Juan Lopez Tanya Lopez Judith and Dr. Philip J. LoPresti Jacquelynn and Thomas Lott Pierre Louis Judith and Donald Love Deborah and P. Edward Lovelidge Patricia Lukas and Philip Friedensohn Janice and Ronald Luyber Diana Lynch Kevin Lynch Hope Lynn Mr. and Mrs. David Macalino Madeleine and Richard MacDonald Lucille and Herbert Mace Ann Marie Machion Deborah Magee Maryanne Magee Aine Sheila Magerus Jean R. Magpiong Megan Mahan Catherine and Thomas Maheady Shahriar Mahmud Christina and Edward Maloney Mary Mammarella Abu Mansaray Elijah Mansaray Jessica Marchese John M. Mardirosian April Marino Leslie and Charles Mars Carol and Joseph Martella Douglas J. Martin Dwight Martin Marjorie S. Martin Sarah Marie Martin Sheila Martinez Diane and Joseph Martino John Martinsen Dottie and Rudolph Mascellino Anne Marie and Anthony Massaro Helene Matkowski Linda and Kevin Maull David May Selina May-Harris Catherine and John Mayher Cynthia A. Maynard Jamie McAllister Maureen and Michael McAllister Amanda McAlpin (continued) November 2011 Bancroft Brain Injury Services held its first Veteran’s Day Observance. Leaders of the Camden County VA presented medals to veterans we support and employees who are veterans. 19
  11. 11. Your support transforms lives DONORS James McBride Thomas McCann Kathryn McCarthy Lisa and David McCarthy Colleen and Peter McCauley Mary and Joseph McCauley Helen McCoy Edward McDade Jill and Stacy McDowell Megan McGinnis Christina McHale Jean McKeeman Dana McLaughlin Marian and Thomas McLaughlin Lorraine McLeod Sara McMahon Darlene McNeil Andrea and Samuel McWhirt Jacalyn and Gary Melchiano Dr. Andrew Melchiore Theresa Melvin Elizabeth and Douglas Menkes Kim Merslowsky Marcie L.H. Merz, Esq. Cynthia and George Meyers Claire Miano Ann Michels Annie Miele Marcia Milazzo Jan Miles Joanne Miles Omar Miles Arlene and Thomas Milich November 2011  20 Past Bancroft Board Chairman Joe Atkinson hosted a wine-tasting reception with football legend Dick Vermeil, to build relationships with new and existing supporters. Eva and George Milko Esther Miller Gerald Miller Timothy Miloshevsky Robert Minion Manuel Miranda Myrlie Misskelly Elizabeth A. Mitana Teresa and John Moffett Barbara Molettiere Tracey and Anthony Molettiere Ashley Moppert Bill Moppert Beth and Paul Mora Margaret C. Moran Sylvie Moran Tamara and Todd Moreland Allison Morgan Dennis Morgan Marlene Morgan Samantha Morris Craig Morton Genevieve Moser Kimberlie and Barry Mostyn Mark Muldowney Elizabeth and Stephen Murawski Carolyn Murphy Patricia Murphy Mary Murtagh Phylis Musser Violet Mwangi Lorraine Myro Krista and Jeffrey Nash Kathleen and Glenn Nazarok Nicole Nelms Ralph W. Newkirk, Jr. Rodney Nixon Margaret L. Noll Catherine and William Novinger Deborah Nowe Daniel Nulton Mr. and Mrs. John E. Nuneville, Jr. Patricia Nwanze Laurelle O’Bannon Luann O’Brien Patricia and Robert O’Connor Brian Odenath Linda Odenath Oluyemisi Oladele William Olivo Jerome Onu Edward Onyekachukwu Stephanie Orr Robert Osgood Christine Osvald-Mruz Thomas and Maureen Pagano Stacie and Robert Palermo Mary and John Palma Lora Reed Palmer Kathryn Palmerchuck Maureen and Martin Palumbos Cheryl and Bruce Paparone Lisa Papotto Dr. Anna Mamalakis Pappas Karen Parenti Judith Parker Nora and Frank Parker Regina and William Parker Rachel Pastore Rohan Patel Tammy and Brian Peale Cindy and Jason Pedersen Antony and Elizabeth Pell Marti and Frank Pelosi Rachelle and Joseph Pendleton William Peoples Lisa and Joseph Perez Shelly Perna Frances Perrin Rosemary and Kevin Perrine Pamela Perry and Scott Buchheit Tiffany Pesci David Petitt Donna and Curtis Phillips Patty Phillips and Walter Wurst Ellen and Alfred Pierce Michael Pierce Judith Pietrefesa Sylvia Piezas and Christopher Porter Joan and Ernest Pighini Russell Pine Andrea Pinkston Diana Pinzon Michelle Pisaturo Darryl Pitt Pedro Plaza Lori Ann Pockell Karen Pollard Melissa Pontecorvo Ruth E. Post Linda and Alcide Postorivo Josephine and Franklin Potts Sara Powick Manishi Prasad and Rohit Mehrotra John Prate Rochelle Prevard Buck Price Teresa Pritchett Anna Marie Quinn Lillian and Daniel Ragone Carol Rahner Douglas Ray Maryellen and Rich Raymond Margaret Reaves Steven C. Reback Kimberly Reddy Sherri Reed Josephine Reese Judith and Steven Reichman Patricia and Wayne Reid Linda and Robert Reiser Sharon and Seymour Reiter Catherine and Dr. James Reuter Linda and Jeffrey Reuter Melissa Reyes Paul Reyes Cheryl and Rick Ricciardi Maria and Patrick Rich Randall Rich Mary Ann and Wayne Richardson Margot and Norman Rimbey Scott Ritter Diana Rivera Willie Rivera Heidi and Todd Rixman Joanne and Don Roberts Sherry Berman Robinson Deborah and Roger Rocque Christine Rodriguez Christa and Magnus Rodums Steven Rogers Francoise and Louis Rollmann Sandra Roluga Kara Roman Maria Rosa Aaron Rose Maureen and Raymond Ross Diane and Otto Rossmeyer Reiko Rotzell André Roualet Anita Rowe and Robert Kallen Laurette Rowe Marie Rowe Drs. Denise and Arthur Rubenstein Joseph and Suzanne Ruotolo Lynda and James Russo Kelly and David Ryan Thomas Ryan Hana Sabree The Verizon Foundation awarded Bancroft $7,500 for technology such as SmartBoards in our children’s programs. Thank you, Verizon, for helping to create one world for everyone! December 2011 Nancy and Edward Sadler Audrey and Jeffrey Safirstein Fatima Sakarya Anthony and Susan Salerno Marilyn and Dr. Edward H. Salmon Loyda Santiago Anjana and Rajiv Sarin Samantha Sarin Lisa Sassany Alyssa Saunders Karen Scardigli, DO Jay Schleifenheimer Kristen Schnarr Yvonne and Kirk Schnee Renee Schreiber Ron Schreyer Victoria Schriver Martha and Ted Schroeder Margaret and Brian Sciarrotta Colleen Scrimenti Christine Seabo James J. Sebra Jean Sedar Timothy Seiders Denise Sellers Patrick Senft Harry Serad John Seymour Patricia and Jesse Shafer Janet and Paul Shapiro Dr. Harriet M. Sharlin Micole Sharlin and Christopher Thatcher Ann Sheafer Almas and Asif Sheikh Dwayne Sheppard Howard Sherman Ana and Kevin Shields Susan Shilcrat and Harry Mazurek Amanda Shronk Maggie and Mitchell Siegel John Sieminski Shirley Silberstein Elaine Silverstein Joyce and Jay Simmons Paul Singh Catherine and Michael Siravo Arhzarh Slueue Kenneth Slutsky Greg Small Jean Small and Terry Handley Barbara and Russell Smith Dawn Smith Dorothy A. Smith Kirk Smith Nicole Smith Suzanne and Edward Smith Patricia and Andrew Smolcynski Nancy and Clete Snavely Michael Sneddon Allison Snyder Louise and Theodore Soddy Sally Solis-Cohen Oscar Soriano Marsha C. Spak Mary Spence Myrna and Harvey Springel Dawn and Darren Stefano Ashley Steinhart Aaron Sternberg Gloria and Wayne Steward Brooke Stewart Lisa Stewart Timothy Stokes Karen Stone and Hal Lichtman Melissa and Jeffrey Storch Emily Strausbaugh Carol and Richard Stravach Nicole Streeper Kueny Charles Streeper Timothy Streeper Karol J. Strimling Rose Marie and Michael Sullivan Averil and Claude Sutphen Janis Sweeney Victoria Sweeney Marie and Charles Sweeny Karen Swett Winifred and Ralph Swift Ashley Switzer Robert Tabas Robert Tambellini Dr. Laura M. Tarantino Donald Tatham Joann and Dr. Nicholas Taweel Gloria and Robert Taylor Marcus Taylor Julia and Alan Tempest David Tesch David S. Thalheimer, Esq. Carrie and Bert Thomas Michael Thomas Tara Thompson Theresa Tolotta Ashley Tomanek Cara and Christopher Tomasco Shaina Torres LeAnn Tredick Robert Trombley Theresa Trude Donna Turley Elizabeth and James Tutelman Anna Vadino Renee Vala Kevin Valdez Gina and Lenny Valentino Cheri Valko Joanne Vanderheyden Patricia and Francis Vanni Arjun Vasanth Ehren Vigliotti Daniel Vitale Robert Voigtmann Maribeth and Dante Volpe Christina Vorndran, PhD Arlene Wahrmann Kathleen and William Waldron Robby Walizer Dorothy and Donald Walls Julie Walsh Michelle and Robert Walsh Alexton Walters Rodney Watson Tamelia Watson-Harris Charles Waugh M. Karen Weaver Deborah and David Webster Bobbie and Ted Weeks Brian Weeks Richard Weening Gail and Dr. Barry M. Weichman Erin and Robert Weidel Susan Weisman and Andrew Howard Elizabeth Welker Lisa and Ronald Wells Corinne and Scott Welsh Joseph Whaley Teresa White Susan Whited Laura and Mitchell Wienick John and Lillian Wilkins Deyshia Williams Ralph Williams Randy and Sherry Williams Ashley Willis David Willis Catherine D. Wills Elizabeth Wills Gale and Bill Wills Lillian Wilson June and John Winchester Jane Windle Christine and Robert Winn Katherine and Brian Witt Alice Wojenski Tracy and Bob Wolak Valerie and Steven Wolensky JoAnn Wolf Terrence Wolfe Jennifer Wolff Leslie and Mark Wood Laura Wooding Marcella Woodward Elizabeth and Frederick Wright Wendy Young Donna and Philip Yturbe Amy Zambotti Robert Zampella Carole and Warren Zeisloft Betsy and Edward Zimmerman Debra Zimmerman Robert Zimmerman Carol Zvanya Hanna Zyruk and Dr. James Hainer Jacob Schaefer Legacy Society The Jacob Schaefer Legacy Society honors those who have made Planned Gifts to Bancroft. Bruce L. Baker, PhD Linda Bennett Kathy and Chris Capritti Virginia and James Carson Estate of Helen Davis Estate of Jacqueline 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. The American Legion Post 372 Gertrude Bampi-Nelson Janis W. Bell Bellia Office Furniture Adam Berr Linda and Alex Borgia Alice and Frederick Chase Debra and Donald Conner Carol and Jeffrey Daniels Evelyn Dart Martha Joan and Eugene Donohoe Jeremy Duncan Jenna Forziati Shawn Fussell-Love Jan Goan Beth and Ronald Greer Patrick Grugan Michelle Habingreither Dee Harmon Rachel Harrington George Hasenberg Joanne and Christian Hatzakorzian INTEC Computer Solutions Shan Jones Anne Kowalchik Roberta and Harold Kramer Maureen and John Krihwan Michelle Lee We neared completion of the Mullica Hill Campus reconstruction. The finished campus was unveiled in October 2012, and renamed the Bancroft Lakeside Campus at Mullica Hill. June 2012 Peter LoMonico Debbie Lutz Mindy and Daniel Maranon Karen Markey Margo and Roger McGeorge Lynne and Louis Medeirus Barbara Kamm Miller Laura Miller Linda Miller and Dennis Duffy Teresa and John Moffett John Nepola Linda Odenath Aimee Oliveri Patricia and Kenneth Olivo Pinnacle Taxx Lynda and Stewart Resnick David Restrepo Ross Concrete Hana Sabree Christine Scanlon Theresa Schafer Harry Serad Stewart Business Systems Kevin Sullivan TM Landscaping Lawn Service, Inc. Diane B. Thomas Selena and Paul Tropea Julie Walsh Kim Williams Monique Wyche Robert Young 21
  12. 12. Building momentum toward our future We accomplished so much this year: The reconstruction of our Lakeside Campus at Mullica Hill. Huge gains in our students’ use of technology. Early success in our most ambitious fundraising campaign – which is already transforming lives. As this momentum grows, we pledge to continue meeting challenges, increasing opportunities and altering perceptions. With your support in fiscal year 2012-2013, we will: • Take the next steps toward modernizing our 120-year-old, flagship Haddonfield Campus. • Continue opening more high-quality group homes. • Further expand access to iPads, SmartBoards and other technology for those we support. • Increase our in-home supports – such as Bancroft At Home – to bring our services directly to families who need them. Through all of these efforts and more, Bancroft will continue toward our vision of becoming the region’s elite service-provider for people with autism, acquired brain injuries and other intellectual or developmental disabilities. More in-home supports will offer help and guidance in all aspects of life to more people. 22 Modernizing our main campus in Haddonfield will maximize our students’ learning and growth. More group homes – like this one for adults with brain injuries – will mean better lives for many. More technology resources will help “level the playing field” for more children and adults with disabilities. 23
  13. 13. Financial Overview The need is great – but so are we DONATIONS REVENUE AND EXPENSES Interest and other income Total Revenue $97,926 $103,053 1,618 12 40 $104,711 EXPENSES WERE INCURRED FOR: Salaries, wages and fringe benefits $78,238 $81,379 Facilities and transportation 10,292 10,361 Supplies and other expenses 6,251 6,677 624 565 1,623 1,863 $97,028 $3,866 2.2% $1,618 $1,600 $1,400 $1,000 $800 $600 3.7% Interest Depreciation Total Expenses Net Operating Income Net Operating Margin % $400 It is Bancroft’s mission to serve these needs. But to do so, we require more resources. The number of children and adults who require our services continues to grow right here in our own region. $200 $0 I’m proud of all Bancroft has accomplished. Without the generosity of our donors, we wouldn’t have achieved the milestones we’ve reached. FY 11 FY 12 DONATION CATEGORIES NET ASSET ACTIVITY: Increase in unrestricted net assets $4,023 $4,089 Our organization is the best it’s ever been. Bancroft is truly poised for greatness in the years ahead. The demand for the services Bancroft provides continues to rise. One in every 88 children born today will be affected by autism, compared to one of every 150 children just 12 years ago. Medical technology has improved survival rates from traumatic brain injury and other neurologic anomalies – including combat injuries sustained by military personnel – resulting in more individuals who require the services that Bancroft offers. Over three million Americans are challenged with disabilities from a traumatic brain injury. $1,308 $1,200 $100,845 $2,218 $1,800 AMOUNT IN THOUSANDS Donations Year Ended JUNE 30, 2012 $99,246 Program revenue Year Ended JUNE 30, 2011 1,308 REVENUE WAS PROVIDED FROM: Over the past year, Bancroft has achieved a number of significant accomplishments. From rebuilding our Lakeside Campus at Mullica Hill, to continuing our Lindens program for young people with severe behavioral challenges, all of us, working together, have made our successes possible. I am grateful to our outstanding staff, strong management team, passionate supporters, and my dedicated colleagues on Bancroft’s Board of Trustees. ¢ Other income 129 252 (502) (48) ¢ Corporate/Organization Support Increase in net assets 3,650 4,293 Net Assets beginning of year $13,034 $16,684 Net Assets end of year $16,684 Thank you for all you do. ¢ Individual Support Gifts released from restriction Please continue to support our mission and spread the word to others, so we can build on the powerful momentum we’ve all created. Help us help more people, and transform more lives – because everyone deserves a chance. $20,977 Restricted gifts 24 ABOVE NUMBERS ARE IN THOUSANDS ¢ Special Events MARTIN A. BIEBER, CHAIRMAN, BANCROFT BOARD OF TRUSTEES 25
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