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  1. 1. www.FeedHopeNow.org twitter.com/2harvestCFL facebook.com/feedhopenow Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida 2008 Brengle Avenue Orlando, FL 32808 407-295-1066 Second Harvest Food Rescue Center 1918 W. Princeton Street Orlando, FL 32804 407-843-5009 Second Harvest Food Bank/Volusia Branch 320 North Street Daytona Beach, FL 32114 386-257-4499 Second Harvest Food Bank/Brevard Branch 6928A Vickie Circle West Melbourne, FL 32904 321-733-1600SHF 053 2009-2010 Annual Report.indd 2-3 1/14/11 12:11:15 PM
  2. 2. Uncharted Waters This past year, Second Harvest Food Bank has entered uncharted waters; never would we have realized what we were going to face in terms of the enormous need for food. Thousands of Central Floridians experienced the same issue during these tough economic times. We discovered that we served 732,000 different people during the course of a year … a 152% increase from the last four years. That equates into approximately 20% of our total population needing food assistance … an almost surreal number to comprehend. When you consider that nearly half are children, it becomes * even more disturbing. Providing access to food and other grocery products in order to help meet the need. * Fortunately, with community support coming from all angles, we have been able to provide more food to people than ever before in our 27-year Promoting and supporting the development of our partner agencies’ ability to fulfill their missions. * history. Our distribution is now beyond disaster relief levels and last year Mobilizing leaders and communities by bringing visibility to the invisible problem of hunger and poverty. totaled enough food for 17 million meals. All the while, we did this with great * efficiency; 96.3 cents of every donated dollar goes directly to feeding people. Developing more holistic and county-specific solutions to hunger in the Central Florida region. Our general distribution of food and all of our programs have performed at record levels. Thankfully, we have been able to reach many more people. The past year showed us an unwelcome new phenomenon. For the first time, we had prior financial donors come to us needing emergency food themselves. Who would’ve thought? We cannot thank the community enough for their unprecedented support and the heroic day-to-day work of the partner feeding programs across six counties. We remain committed to leveraging every donated dollar and volunteer hour. Our latest audit shows that for every dollar donated, we distribute up to $9 worth of groceries. This is a welcome multiplier effect that’s required to overcome the waves in these uncharted waters. Please take a few minutes to scan our annual report and to discover the incredible depth and breadth of our impact in the community. Thank you for being part of the solution to a very serious problem. Every can of food and every box of cereal makes a difference. Susan Reimer-Sifford Dave Krepcho Chair, Board of Directors President/CEO ONESHF 053 2009-2010 Annual Report.indd 4-5 1/14/11 12:11:20 PM
  3. 3. 24 ,764,248 Board of Directors pounds of food were distributed last year Chairman / Susan reimer-Sifford General Food Distribution TEFAP Distribution ExECutivE viCE Chair / Brad Butterstein Products donated by manufacturers, wholesalers, The Florida Department of Agriculture awarded retailers, growers and others are distributed to distribution contracts for Orange, Seminole, viCE Chair / Stephen Starks emergency food pantries, shelters and other types Lake, Brevard, Volusia and Marion counties to the trEaSurEr / matthew J. Donnelly of agencies serving needy clients. This program Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida for its SECrEtary / Sheldon Fox distributed 14,774,880 pounds of nutritious food in distribution program of government food commodities. fiscal 2009/2010. In fiscal year 2009/2010, a total of 7,357,406 pounds mEmBErS at LarGE / Kari D. Baker / Jean Bauman / Ed Colleran of these wholesome products were made available to mike Eagen / Larry Guse / Christian E. hart, CPim / allison hudson Kids Café Central Floridians in need. At 13 after-school sites in 3 counties, 164,155 andrew W. Kimpel, CPim / reinaldo Llano, Jr. / marcus Lyons prepared or catered meals were served in fiscal Second Helpings Paul W. morgan / Kim mowatt / Shawn noseworthy / Jim Schreiber 2009/2010. This reflects a 12% increase over the This prepared and perishable food program collected James S. toscano / Edwin Wronski previous year. An average of 910 children were and distributed 1,404,862 pounds of food in fiscal Food Distribution served daily. 2009/2010 to honorary LiFE mEmBErS / George macKay / Patricia ambinder agencies that Summer Food Program provide onsite During 51 operational days, while children in needy meals for Our Branches areas lacked access to school lunch programs, 43,188 meals were served at 17 sites in Orange County this senior citizens, shelters, soup kitchens and non-profit kids programs. Since 1997, the Volusia Branch of the Second past summer, reflecting an increase of 9% over last 8 ,541 Harvest Food Bank has been providing food to year. Through a grant from ConAgra, we were also ADEPT volunteers more than 81 non-profit organizations serving able to provide the children with 15,773 take-home, Since the inception of the Agency Development, people in need. shelf-stable food packs for the weekends. Education and Partnership Training (ADEPT) program contributed in 2006, nearly 2,000 staff and volunteers from our In fiscal year 2009/2010, the Volusia Branch Hi-Five Kids Pack Program six-county span of partner agencies have attended provided 3,281,258 pounds of food. 31,245 shelf-stable food packs were provided to needy 32,7 11 hours over 200 classes. children at 18 elementary schools last year. These packs Founded in 2000, the Brevard Branch distributed are designed to help bridge the nutritional gap that Grocery Alliance 2,900,221 pounds of food to more than 84 non- exists during weekends, when children lack access to Unsalable but perfectly profit organizations during fiscal year 2009/2010. school cafeterias. consumable perishable and non-perishable Collectively in fiscal 2009/2010, our organization distributed 24,764,248 pounds of food. Community Food Drives food products are An amazing 1,227,100 pounds of non-perishable collected via grocery products were collected in fiscal 2009/2010 refrigerated vehicles through our community food drives: Monday-Friday from Volunteers * Boy Scouts of America/Scouting for Food over 170 different retail 8,541 volunteers contributed 32,711 hours – the * National Association of Letter Carriers Food Drive store locations throughout Central Florida. This new food rescue equivalent of more than 16 full-time staff members. * WESH News Channel 2 Share Your Christmas program brought in 4,798,230 pounds Without this incredible human resource, Second * CANstruction of food in 2009/2010, and provides Harvest Food Bank could not begin to have the impact on hunger that our community needs. * Local church, school and workplace drives access to nutritious high-quality foods like fresh produce, meat and dairy items T W O that are otherwise difficult to obtain. T H REESHF 053 2009-2010 Annual Report.indd 6-7 1/14/11 12:11:25 PM
  4. 4. Benefits Connection Feeding Community Marilyn Sciortino Morgan and Morgan, P.A. $125,000+ Feeding Families Anonymous Eric and Diane Holm changing lives Melissa Peacock and Pedro Rubio Benefits Connection is designed to help capture a portion of the millions of unclaimed federal dollars for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program $50,000 for the be tter (SNAP), formerly Food Stamps, in Central Florida. Designed to help people overcome the challenges associated with claiming these dollars, we help those who either lack access to a computer or do not possess the skills to navigate an online application. Due to a general lack of awareness regarding these Feeding Neighbors A Touch of Autumn LLC Aegis Sports Management, Inc. Lars and Julie Anderson benefits, many qualified candidates simply do not know where to go to obtain $5,000 Tim and Kari Baker information and assistance. We strive to educate the public and reduce the Candice Blomeley stigma associated with receiving public assistance. Chris and Maureen Brockman Feeding Hope Society Bruce K. Gould Foundation In order to maximize claims, our team of Outreach Specialists provide Brad and Julie Butterstein assistance with online benefit applications and DCF document submittals, Curtis J. and Sharon Butterstein as well as help candidates complete the interviews required by the Food John A. and Constance S. Cox Assistance Program*. By offering advice and support at a variety of convenient Ray S. Crickenberger locations, we can successfully extend our reach and better facilitate the food Matthew J. Donnelly assistance process. Each of these individuals has made a pledge commitment of at least $1,000 per year Ixchell C. Duarte for five years. these special people are members of a society that will continue to move Elevation Properties LLC Since its inception, the Benefits Connection program has secured over $20 Second harvest Food Bank’s mission toward sustainability and hope for our neighbors in Nancy Epps million in food stamp benefits for Central Floridians. In addition to food stamp need. We thank them for helping us to change lives Bob and Carolyn Gosselin benefits, our specialists are also able to sign clients up for Medicaid and Cash for the better today . . . while sharing our vision Richard G. and J. P. Griffin-English Assistance, and provide referrals to a network of collaborating agencies. for the future. Greg and Ann Marie Higgerson Vince C. and Leigh Ann Horton *On June 2009, a Federal Demonstration Project was granted, one of two in the United States, which allows our specialists to perform the final interview for applicants. This Forough B. Hosseini relieves the pressure DCF faces in returning calls. In addition, this has resulted in a Dave and Lois Krepcho much higher approval rate for our cases. Dorina Lora Paul W. and Glenda G. Morgan Brian and Tracie Morris A. Guy Neff Ed and Shawn Noseworthy Glenn Osborne applications Processed Charles and Dale Parsons Goal: 4,491 actual: 7,043 Doug and Susan Reimer-Sifford Joseph and Deborah Rusnock average monthly Jason Schrago Food Stamp Benefit James E. and Jeanette C. Schreiber Goal: $203 William C. Sinton actual: $218 Bill and Susan Sullivan Dollar value of Benefits Kathleen Tomlinson Goal: $6,000,000 Jim and Wendy Toscano actual: $14,303,644 Robert K. and Melinda B. Welter, Jr. (Annualized) F O UR FIVESHF 053 2009-2010 Annual Report.indd 8-9 1/14/11 12:11:32 PM
  5. 5. Annual Campaign Donors James and Nancy Hannah Elizabeth Bates Joseph C. and Susan S. Gilman Harper Family Charitable Foundation, Inc. William and Catherine Bauman Donna G. Glanz Blake and Michelle Holton Ben and Karen Cook Fund Paul A. Goddard Holy Land Stone Company, LLC Benevolent, Patriotic Order of DOES, Michael and Celia Graham In Charge Institute Drove 86 Kevin and Denise Habicht (7/1/09 - 6/30/10) J. Raymond Construction Corp. Charo G. and Jack M. Berry, Jr. Peter R. and Carrin L. Richard E. and Patricia L. Jones Best Buy Co, Inc. Hahn JustGive.org Emiliano and Barbara Bonaparte Nancy C. Hamlin Christopher J. Keller Thomas and Barbara Boroughs Barbara Louise The Bank of New York Mellon Corp Miller Charitable Foundation, Inc. Hammerbeck $10,000+ Donors Kenneth Lewis Charles E. Bosserman Foundation A. J. Morganelli Ben and Bonnie Little Robert E. and Floella J. Bradley Joel A. and Patricia M. The Boyd Foundation, Inc., A Not For Orlando Utilities Commission Matthew B. and Sheri C. Lord Deena Breed Handschuh Profit Corporation Robert E. Jones Foundation Macy’s Foundation Norman H. Britt Hard Rock Cafe Int. Allied Veterans of the World The Dr. P. Phillips Foundation Roth Family Fund (Orlando) Inc. Majic Cleaning Systems, Inc. Chris and Maureen Brockman Anonymous The Grainger Foundation Jennifer W. Sheffield Harmony Development Co. LLC Marriott International, Inc. Brown & Brown of Florida, Inc. Anonymous The Martin Andersen-Gracia Andersen Stewart Family Foundation Harriett Lake Family Trust Maverick Constructors, LLC Bruce K. Gould Foundation CNL Bank Foundation, Inc. SunTrust Foundation Harry P. Leu Foundation Donald Meister Burgess & Niple, Inc. Combined Federal Campaign The Pampered Chef Target Christian Hart Elton and Charlene Mitchell Junious L. and Audrey M. Burns Darden Restaurants Foundation United Way of Brevard The Bond Foundation, Inc. David and Janet Hatch David L. Neel Curtis J. and Sharon Butterstein Disney Worldwide Services, Inc. Winter Park Health Foundation The Wachovia Wells Fargo Foundation James and Bridget Hawley Nona Investments Associates Brad and Julie Butterstein Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation, Inc. Workforce Foundation, Inc. Universal Orlando Foundation Mrs. Robert N. Heintzelman Robert and Linda ButteryT ther, oge Robert D. and Karen K. Price Elizabeth Morse Genius Foundation Warren and Augusta Hume Foundation Allen and Sandra J. Henry Don and Margaret Raeder C & S Engineers, Inc. Employees Community Fund Whole Foods Market Services Patrick C. and Debby S. Henry Mary Bonneville Riley Millicent W. Carducci we are Feeding America Florida State Employees’ Charitable Campaign $5,000–$9,999 Winderweedle, Haines, Ward & Woodman, P.A. York Claims Service, Inc. Robert & Lois Braddock Charitable Foundation Marilyn M. Shapiro, Ed.D. Reeta G. Casey Central Florida HSMAI Central Florida Quilters Guild, Inc. Susan Hensley L. P. and Pamela Herzog James Hicksfeeding Food Lion Community Affairs A Squared Production Group, Inc. Scott and Lauren Zimmerman D. Ashley and Susan R. Hill, MDs Charlie and Nelwyn Sims CHIP Supply, Inc. Foosaner Foundation Ann & Bill Wallace Foundation Jonathan Hillock Dorothy Davis Smith Carter John and Christine Christensen General Mills Anonymous Honey Island Software, Inc. Shirley E. Sullivan Barry Clinger hope Ms. Beth Goldberg Health Central Foundation, Inc. Heart of Florida United Way, Inc. Anonymous Averett, Warmus, Durkee Edward Wilson Beauchamp $2,500–$4,999 David and Diane Sutter The Charles Hosmer Morse Foundation, Inc. The National Christian Foundation Andrew & Dorothy Cochrane Foundation Jeffrey Cohen, M.D. and Lucille B. Belnick, M.D. David B. Horne Hospital Corporation of America Steve and Anne Houston John Holloway Roy L. and Deborah J. Burkett ABC Fine Wine & Spirits Peggy Howard Truist Neil W. and Gemma Lee Cole Insight Financial C. Jordan Enterprises, Inc. Robert J. Abel Insurance Consultants United Launch Alliance Compass Group Jack Holloway Foundation Central Florida Auto Dealers Assoc., Inc. American Fence Association of Central Florida Women’s Amateur International Joseph M. Cosentino John T. and Betty Ann Lewis Foundation Central Florida Presbytery America’s Charities Internal Medicine Tennis League Ray S. Crickenberger MetLife Foundation Deanna Copley John S. and Barbara J. Andrews Specialists Gene Cristan Morcom Foundation CVS Caremark Atlantic Culvert Company, Inc. Internet Technology Jerome Cruitt Morgridge Foundation Orlando Magic Youth Foundation PCL Construction Services, Inc. Everette Deaver Five Guys Burgers & Fries FL State Employee’s Charitable Campaign Bank of New York Mellon Community Partnership Betsey Bell $1,000–$2,499 Pete and Marsha Curry James I. Cutler, Jr. George P. Dake Broadcasting Corp. Interplan, LLC Publix Super Markets Charities, Inc. Florida Hospital Medical Center Bright House Networks LLC A. Friends’ Foundation Trust Data Graphics, Inc. Marilyn Sciortino GE Foundation Kevin M. and Karen B. Brogan Lionel and Marylin Abbott Alan and Tywonn Davidson Share Our Strength Elmer Kohlhafer Caremark RX, Inc. Elizabeth and John E. Accola, Jr., M.D. Lesley Davies Skinner Round Up for Charity, Inc. Charles and Terri Lentz Charity Challenge, Inc. Accredited Surety & Casualty Dean, Mead, Egerton, Bloodworth, Ramona Spears Thomas D. Locke Nirmal and Ellen Chatterjee Aegis Sports Management, Inc. Capouano & Bozarth PA Symantec Corporation Marguerite Casey Foundation CHEP Charitable Foundation AEM VFW Post 4287 Michael and Domenica Devine Chugin (USA), Inc. Anonymous Peggy Dwyer Church World Service Bart M. and Sandra H. Alderman Joyce Ellis Concord Management Allstate Giving Campaign Michael V. Elsberry and Sally A. Blackmun Marguerite Gargan Courtade Roy and Patti Ambinder William J. and Cyndee S. Emmer Bradford and Lisa Crandell Robert E. and Barbara Anderson, MD Entec Polymers, LLC Daytona Turkey Run, Inc. Laurea M. Armstrong Entertainment Industry Foundation DC Consulting LLC Alton D. and Ellen H. Arnold Nancy Epps Janice Ellington Steven L. and Juli Aronow Robert and Joan Fisher Thomas and Janet Elrod AT&T United Way Employee Giving Florida Services Inc. of Orlando Lars J. Eriksson Campaign Ford & Harrison LLP Faith, Hope and Charity Society, Inc. AVNET Electronics Marketing Larry and Andrea Frank Fiserv – CBS Division Ruth Bagby FreshPoint Red’s Market, Inc. Fitness Partners Antonio Baker Richard and Barbara Fulton Sheldon J. and Cynthia F. Fox Kari and Timothy Baker Kenneth Gardner Give With Liberty Leslie and Brenda Baker J.D. and D.M. Garza Jennifer Grammer and Vanessa Smith Cathy S. Barrios Mark and Tamara Gilbert S I X S EVENSHF 053 2009-2010 Annual Report.indd 10-11 1/14/11 12:11:35 PM
  6. 6. Orange County Access Connection, Inc. Agape Ministries International Annual Campaign Donors Agape Temple of Faith, Inc. American Red Cross Apopka Spanish SDA Church Apostolic Assembly of Faith Apostolic Church of Faith Making Apostolic Church Of Jesus/ Orlando West an Angus and Geraldine Jappy North-South Meat Brokers, Ltd. Jacie and James D. Stivers, Jr. ASDP Association for the Safety Jeffrey A. Martin, DMD, MS, PA Ed and Shawn Noseworthy Irene and Jerald Stoffer of Disabled Persons John and Martha Jennings JMAR Management & Training Marsha J. and Dr. Melvin Johnson III O. Z. Wise Family Trust William L. Oddie F. Darren and Linda Oliverio Robert Stouppe, Jr. Michael and Karen Stuart Cary P. Swindle impact Assemblee Chretienne De Bree Attain/Barnegat House Attain/Carmel House Donald J. and Marilyn C. Jones Brian Osborn Elwood G. Taggart, Jr. Attain/Conway Gardens Kimberly E. Jones Glenn Osborne Michael Tetrick Attain/Harding House Junior League of Daytona Beach, Inc. Alan R. and Patricia B. Ostendorp The Alliance Attain/Summerlin House Kirk and Susan Kirkconnell Robert G. Owen, D.D.S. The Bob Allen Family Foundation Attain/Wayfarer Court Carol Klim Anthony Paquin The Insurance Advantage, Inc. Beracah SDA Church Klima Weeks Civil Engineering, Inc. Ellen and Otey Parcell, Jr. The Musante Family Foundation Berach SDA Haitian Church Erin E. Knight Pepsi Bottling Group Foundation, Inc. The Rock Hill Oratory Bethany Haitian Assembly of God Partners James Peters The Thomas Family Foundation, Inc. Bethel French SDA Food Bank Gail L. Koontz Charles J. and Rebecca S. Kovaleski Carol Petrovic Stephen C. Thomas Bob Nutting Ministries, Inc. KPMG, LLP Catherine D. Phelps Andrew B. Thomas, PA Boys and Girls Club/Engelwood NCF L. and A. West Concrete, Inc. Gwyn Picerne TOSA Foundation Brother’s Keeper/St. Charles Church Robert Laffin Desipina Pargianos Powell Jim and Wendy Toscano Caring for Others Ronald L. Landon QualityHub, Inc. Travel HD Channel Catholic Charities of Central William N. and Tamra P. Leary Janet Reece James A. and Barbara L. Travis Florida, Inc. Robert P. and Joan LeBlanc Doug and Susan Reimer-Sifford Robert Turner Center For Drug Free/Clarcona Point Joseph Loiars Vidal A. and Odalys M. Reyna U. S. Food Service Second harvest is thankful to our partner agencies for their continued assistance. Center for Drug Free/Just Center Thomas and Barri Looke Riverside National Bank David A. Uhlar our efforts make a greater impact because of your commitment. Center For Drug Free/Women Center Norbert and Ema Lou Riverside Presbyterian Church UPS Foundation, Inc. Center for Multicultural Wellness and Lowndes, Drosdick, Doster, Kantor, and Reed Robert W. Baird & Co. Paul Utecht Prevention Peggy Sue Luzadder Lois M. Robertson James and Kathleen M. Vaccaro Center of Faith Church, Inc. James R. and Sharon E. Lyons Hoyle Robinson and Jim Layne Scott O. and Susan M. Vanderspool Central Care Mission Macy’s at The Mall at Millenia James and Janice Rose Vanguard Charitale Endowment Program Central Florida Development Center James S. and Maxine Maloy Dr. Stephen and Mrs. Claudia S. Roth Anne Vercheski Central Florida Group Homes/ Robert Mandell James M. Russell Barry and Susan Victory Carolina Woods Manor on the Green S. J. Goldman Company, Inc. Victory Wholesale Grocers Central Florida Group Homes/Daventry George W. Martens Randy and Katherine Schimmelpfennig Volusia County Board of Commissioners Central Florida Group Homes/ Gregory and Debra Martin Nancy Schofield Wachovia Wells Fargo Foundation Dean Road Mr. and Mrs. Owen G. Matthews Jason Schrago Wilma Wagner Central Florida Group Homes/ Kathleen Maxwell James E. and Jeanette C. Schreiber Deborah Walsh Glyn Street Michael B. and Sheryle B. McAfee Seavin, Inc. Selby and Amy Weeks Central Florida Group Home/Gronau Cathy McGrew James and Sarah Seay Elaine Welborn Central Florida Group Home/Jellison Walton McHale Vilho (Bill) Sedig, III Wells Fargo Community Support Campaign Central Florida Group Home/Miami McIntyre Marketing, Inc. Joseph R. and Terrie A. Senecal Robert K. and Melinda B. Welter, Jr. Jeff and Jennifer McKinley Ida S. Sergent Cheryl D. White Microsoft Matching Gifts Program Virginia Sexton Robert B. White, Jr. Mike L. and Cyndi L. Miller Richard A. and Dolores Shantz Robert Whitehouse James D. and Darcy H. Miller Terry D. and Paula F. Shaw Gary A. and Marjorie Whitlock MOPARS of Brevard Justin and Erica Shein Leonard and Judith Wieckowski Robert Mullican Mary Sue and Fred W. Shepherd, Jr. Joe and Judy Wiginton Family Foundation Steven P. and Linda L. Murphy Ian Sherwood Jud and Audrey Wilcox National Potato Council Donald E. Sibert Christopher and Elizabeth Wilson Network for Good Stephen and Tina Smith Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy H. Wilson Night Lite Pediatric Center, LLC Mark J. and Sandra L. Smith Lon and Patricia Wojtowicz Louis and Lee Anne Nimkoff John Butera and Stephanie E. Sobeck Doug Wright Brigid M. Noonan-Klima Spraker Wealth Management, Inc. Dr. James and Patricia Yoachim North South Foods Stephen L. and Cassandra L. Starks Gary and Mary Ann Yocum Group, Inc. John W. and Laura J. Stephens Richard M. Zajac EI GHT NINESHF 053 2009-2010 Annual Report.indd 12-13 1/14/11 12:11:40 PM
  7. 7. T ge h o t er, we are er Food Bank Partners fight ing hung Central Florida Group Homes/Stratford The Church of the Good Shepherd Grand Avenue Economic Community Patmos Chapel Community Service Center Living God, Inc. Central New Testament Church of God Food Bank Development Corporation Peter Pan Day Care Center United Church of God by Faith Champions Outreach Ministry Coalition/Ascension Lutheran Church/CFH Guilgal SDA Church Pine Hills Community Church University Congregational Church Children’s AG & Science Adventures Coalition/St. Luke Unite Methodist Church Haven of Hope Ministries Place of Comfort- Centaur University Seventh Day Adventist Church Children’s Home Society/Crisis Nursery Coalition/St. Stephens Church Holy Trinity Group Home/Greywall House Power of God Victory Through Grace Ministries, Inc. Christ Alive! Coalition for the Homeless of Central Hope Community Center Farmworker Premiere Eglise Baptiste Ebenezer Victory World Outreach Center Christian Care Counseling Center Florida, Inc. Ministry D’ Orlando Volunteers of America Elderly Housing Christian Service Center Coalition/Ohev Shalom House of Hope Primrose Center/Civitan Hall Ward Chapel A.M.E. Church Christian Service Center/Daily Bread Coalition/St. Michael’s Episcopal Church House of Refuge Orange City Primrose Center/Dunsany Wayne Densch Center, Inc. Christian Service Center/West Orange Community Baptist Church Hubbard House/Orlando Health Primrose Center/Hacienda Winter Park Church Church at Oaklevel Community Services of Genesis SDA Church Iglesia Apostolica El Mastro Prince of Peace Lutheran Church Winter Park Day Nursery Concord Street Church of Christ Iglesia Bautista El Camino Quest, Inc./Springs Home Woodbury Presbyterian Church Covenant Builders Ministries, Inc. Iglesia Canaan Church Quest, Inc./Camp Thunderbird The Word of Truth Christian Ministries Cross Pointe Church Iglesia De Dios Pentecostal MI/ Quest, Inc./First Street World Outreach Crystal Lake Supportive Environment North Goldenrod Quest, Inc./Laurel Hill WRCC/Coalition for the Homeless Deeper Life Assembly Igreja Assembleia De Deus Em Orlando Quest, Inc./Clarcona Group Home Delaney Street Baptist Church Islamic Society of Central Florida Quest, Inc./North Divine Individuals Development Center Edgewood Children’s Ranch El Bethel Temple of Jesus at Orlando Islamic Society of Central Florida/ North Goldenrod Jesus Loves You Outreach Ministries, Inc. Quest, Inc./Piedmont House Quest, Inc./South Quest, Inc./Wekiva Home Seminole County Every Kid Outreach, Inc./Life Center Church Jewish Family Services of Greater Orlando Redeeming Light Center Church The Advisory Board for the Disabled Faith Christian Center Jewish Family Services- South Campus ReStore Orlando, Inc. Apostolic Church Of Jesus/Altamonte Faith Tabernacle Worship Center Joy Metropolitan Community Church Riverside Baptist Church Boys Town/1415 Flanagan Faith United Church/A New Alternative Lakeside Behavioral Healthcare, Inc. S.T.E.P.S., Inc./Specialized Treatment Boys Town Shelter Family and Friends United, Inc. Life Center Church Safe Haven Central Florida Group Homes/Sterling Oaks First Baptist Church/Pine Castle Light House Baptist Church The Salvation Army/Women’s Shelter Central Florida Group Homes/Winter Park First Baptist Church of Union Park Living Water Church The Salvation Army/Men’s Shelter Christian Help First Community Christian Living Word Church Salvation Army/ARC Church of God Prophecy/Whole World Pentecostal Church of God Loaves and Fishes The Salvation Army/Food Pantry Orlando Gospel Center First Methodist Church Magnolia Towers, Inc. Sanctuary at Conway Church of God Community Church of God of Geneva Star of David, Inc. Maranatha Haitian Baptist Church Sanctuary of Praise C.O.G.B.F. Dee’s Food Service First Pentecostal Church Ministerio Un Toque De Dios The Sanford Bridge Devereux Transitional Living Center of Orlando Mt. Sinai Missionary Baptist Church Senior and Life Solutions The Family of Friends, Inc. First United Church of Christ Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church Servants Heart Fern Park Developmental Center Foundation for Life NCCJC/Community House SFP/ Englewood Neighborhood Center Friends of Children and Families Ministries The New Chief Cornerstone Ministries Share the Care/Central Ave. Girls & Boys Town/1405 Flanagan Loop Fountain of Love New Covenant Church of Central Florida Share the Care/College Park Girls & Boys Town/1401 Flanagan Loop International Ministry North Orlando SDA Church Share the Care/Windermere H.F/Sonshine Food Pantry Fountains of Living NTTAC Community & Family Outreach Share the Care/Winter Garden Iglesia Cristiana Nueva Vision Water Ministries, Inc. O.A.C. Ministries, Inc. Sheeler Oaks SDA Church Iglesia Presbiteriana El Redentor Fresh Annointing The Olive Branch, Inc. Sister to Sister Women’s Ministry La Amistad Found/Lakewood Center COGIC One Accord Christian Ministries South Orlando S.D.A. Church Latin American Project Fresh Start Ministries Open Door Missionary Baptist Church Spirit of Life Recovery Centers, Inc. Love in Action International of Central Florida Operation Love Outreach St. Andrew Catholic Church SVDP Meals on Wheels, Inc. Friends of Children and Fami- Operation Provision International St. Vincent De Paul/Holy Family Pathways to Care lies/Union Park Opportunity House, Inc. St. Vincent De Paul/St. John Vianney The Place of Comfort Friends of Children and The Orlando Bridge/Christian Prison Ministry Sword of the Spirit Quest Inc./Citrus House Families/Winter Garden Orlando Day Nursery Tabernacle of the Enlighten/Broome Recovery House of Central Florida, Inc. Friends of the Food Bank Orlando Union Rescue Mission/Men Tangelo Baptist Church Rescue Outreach Mission Full Deliverance Orlando Union Rescue Mission/Women Threshold Inc./Morrison House Safehouse of Seminole God’s Little Lambs Learning Pact of Faith Tranquil Terrace Food Co-op Sanford Sharing Center Center The Pantry at St. Francis Tranquility Place SDA Spanish/Winter Park Grace Street Church of God Pathways Drop in Center True Vision in Christ Church of the Share the Care-Oviedo T E N ELEVENSHF 053 2009-2010 Annual Report.indd 14-15 1/14/11 12:11:50 PM
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