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Oar Annual Report 2011

  1. 1. Volume 14, Issue 1 ON•BOARD ANNUAL REPORT FY 2011 • “Rebuilding Lives & Breaking the Cycle of Crime” BOARD OF DIRECTORS Annual Report for Fiscal Year 2011 E. Todd Stubblefield Chairman Dear Friends of OAR of Fairfax County Randolph Adams This year, OAR celebrated 40 years of letter highlights many of the same issues Vice Chairman service to the community.We marked this and challenges that OAR faces today. For significant milestone with a wonderful example, the newsletter highlights: A. Van Graves Treasurer celebration among friends. OAR is grateful to the indivduals and organizations that • Success with jail programs Mary Ann Yergovich contributed to the success of our event. • Volunteer accomplishments Secretary • The need to recruit Louisa Meruvia Two volunteers who volunteers John W. Bevis have been a part of the • Offenders struggling to find Denton Vaughan organization since its employment and housing Lt. Jeremy Falls inception were pres- ent for our celebration. In 40 years, the number of Shawn Fludd Their continued support, people in need, the number Ricardo Brun along with the support of volunteers, and the pro- Larry Henneberger of so many others, allows grams and services offered Andrea Lynn Oliver today’s staff and board to has expanded dramatically. remain committed to the Yet, our fundamental service For more about our Board: founding principles and to the community remains www.oarfairfax.org rich history of the orga- unchanged; through citizen nization as we serve the involvement, assist individu- needs of a growing and als to rebuild their lives and diverse community. break a cycle of crime.This mission is just as relevant today as it wasOAR OF FAIRFAX COUNTY, INC. There have been significant changes in the 40 years ago. 10640 Page Avenue four decades of OAR’s existence and the Suite 250 40th anniversary has prompted OAR to re- OAR is grateful for the community’s Fairfax, VA 22030 flect back on its success and reach forward resolute and enduring support of our mis- Tel: 703-246-3033 with ambitious goals. sion.Thank you to everyone who has and Fax: 703-273-7554 continues to support OAR. www.oarfairfax.org The center insert is a copy of the very info@oarfairfax.org first OAR news letter from December of Derwin Overton, 1972. Not surprisingly, the 4 page news- Executive Director United Way #8285 CFC #69029 “One of the Best” FY 2011 Key Accomplishments Listed in the Catalogue for Philanthropy • 3820 clients served • 162 volunteers provided over 8620 hours of service • 1014 people attended skills classes • 21 unique skills classes (i.e. Employability Skills, Fatherhood, and Impact of Crime) were provided to meet the needs of the population served MISSION STATEMENT The mission of OAR of Fairfax • 392 clients were provided with employment related services during incarceration and after release County, Inc. is to rebuild lives • 139 post release clients obtained employment through the Work Empowerment Programand break the cycle of crime with • 879 clients were placed in community service saving $645,670 in deferred incarceration costs and opportunities, alternatives, and offering $483,450 worth of service to the community resources for offenders and their families to create • 171 people enrolled in the Violence Intervention Program a safer community. • 1258 families were assisted by outreach and/or support groups • Services were provided at 14 community sites to ensure client access to services
  2. 2. At a Glance: FY 2011 VolunteersFY 2011 program We gratefully recognize the following dedicated volunteers.Thank you for supporting theoutcomes mission of OAR of Fairfax County.Community Service Georgette Abdel Nour Dongwi Bishoy Dongwi Susan Jedrey Amy Pflug• 879 participants Randolph Adams Krystle Dorsey Renier Jessel Fatou Phall• 90% of cases successfully Susan Aguilar Lori-Anne Dowling Verda Johnson Suzanne Porter closed Zainab Al Shammary Naima Dunn Charlotte Jones Rebecca Raffaele Larry Alwine Don Ehreth Mahria Kargar Zahir Linda RagsdaleDirect Assistance Lauren Anderson John Enzmann Michele Keen Elizabeth Ramage• 763 clients offered crisis Steve Andraschko Lt. Jeremy Falls Jim Kennedy Michael Tony Ramos intervention Yaseman Asgharinejad Jeniffer Ferguson Kristin Kim Melissa Randolph Sankalpa Bajpai-Nagaraja Donna Fernandez Jonathan Kirk Renato Reyes Amanda-Ra Barboza Erin Flanagan Anna Kolev Hunter RidgestonEmployment Assistance Ibrahim Barsoum Shawn Fludd Doreen Larson Edward Roberts• 392 pre and post release Stuart Beal Odessa Freeman Mezeline Lindor Jesse Rock participants Emily Besuden Debbie Frye Kathy Lynch Randy Rose• 139 post released participants John Bevis Johanna Fulghum Jeanne Mahoney Sharon Rose obtained employment Murray Bradley Rima Fusisi Svetlana Makarova Seung Rowe Charles Bright Marianne Galloway Michael Malovic Linda RuleFamily Outreach Matthew Brooker Anders Ganten Karen May Ryan Myers• 1258 families received infor- Dawn Brower Lisa Garrity Gina McCabe George Sadek mation, referrals, and support Gabe Brown Angie Geerges Teresa and Terry McCarthy Joseph Saia Maury Brown Shirley Ginwright Trish McClure Colleen SchererSkills Classes Ricardo Brun Yafet Girmay Gwendolyn McDaniels Leah Schwenger• 1014 participants David Burdick Robert Gisch Dana McMillen-Paz Douglas Stewart• 88% improved Tamara Butler Heather Glasgow Evelyn Mejia Todd Stubblefield John Canova Jose Gonzalez Louisa Meruvia Don SwiftViolence Intervention Program Monica Carra A. Van Graves Justin Milligan Cheyenne Taggart• 171 Participants Mercedes Caussin-Flores Bridget Gray Jamie Milloy Karen Taylor• 71% successfully completed Suzanne Cavedel Albertine Green La’Keshia Mingo Steve Teneyck the program Salim Cementwala Linda Grill Hossain Morshed Denton Vaughan June Chalou Breck Guise Ben Mould Sergio VisaggiroVASAVOR Jill Christensen Jamie Haley Ryan Myers Nancy Ward Beth Clark Melissa Halsey Subha Priya Narayanaswamy Howard Whang• 419 clients served to date Linda Clark Melanie Hamilton-Smith Melissa Nolan Charles Wight• 4% recidivism rate (based on James Clause Maureen Hanton Joan North Shannon Willett new convictions) Chris Connolly Rebecca Hardin Beverly Nyokabi Emily Williams Ina Cook Khedidja Hdieb Nana Yaa Obeng-Mensah Carly WilliamsonVolunteers Dottie Cousineau Mary Melissa Helle Andrea Lynn Oliver David Willner• 162 volunteers provided David Cowdrill Larry Henneberger Francina Osoria Charley Yancey 8623 hours of service Dennis Crawford Kleidy Hernandez David Pauling Alastair Yee valued at $189,965.00 Lisa Crowley Oliver Alma Hicks Robert Paxton Maryanne Yergovich Laura Dawson Michael Hill Ben Perchik Xiaoxue Sheri ZhangClient Demographics Alberta Doe Katie Hoffinger Lori Petterson Afsaneh Ziaee• 77% are males; 23% are female• 36% Black; 34% White; 17% Hispanic OAR Staff | (FY 2011 listing) | Derwin Overton, Executive Director• 46% were under 30 years old Zainab Al-Shammary Muata Langley Ken Morilak Karen Schaefer• 43% were unemployed at intake John Callaghan Michele Leith Colleen Nichols Alisha Shelman• 20% had less than a high Allyson Caudill Vernon Lyons Christine Oliphant Rhonda Shoemaker school education Tasha Coleman Mike Malovic Kathy Parrish Sherri Smith• 44% had some level of Brandon Cosby Tammi Martin Brian Pickar Sherman Thomas college education Kim Hacherl Majied Mathews Bernie Pollard Elizabeth Williams Robert Ivanovich Lauren McGill Brenda Randall Tiffany Jones Joseph Montano Oliver ReidPage 2 | ON•BOARD
  3. 3. FY 2011 Financial Contributors and Funders I n d i v i d ua l s Randolph Adams Linda Crafton Kevin Hipps Rosemarie Sandweg Rosa Aronson Subhash Damle Alfred Hotvedt Thomas Siemsen Ibrahim Barsoum Yvonne Davis Johnetta Hume Susan Shearouse Andrea Baumann Samantha Edwards EJ Jarvis Rhonda Shoemaker Stewart Beal Sandra Elam Ziba Khoshnoodi Zakiya Smith Vonda Bell John Enzmann Ruth Kruzbauer Lord Stephen James Bennett Michelle Flanagan Audrey Liebross Don Swift John Bevis Fran Furman Patricia Long Joyce Taylor Robert Bohall Flodine Gilbert Therese Martin Fenton Terry Helen Brewer Michael Gillotte David McClure Denton Vaghan Laurie Bright Kim Hacherl James McCullough Natassia Walsh Joseph Brower John Hanks Derwin Overton Steven Woodbury John Callaghan Colin Harding Carolyn Pledger Charles Wight John and Ellen Canova David Hatch Mary Prutzman Baasil Wilder Kay and Andrew Collier Naser Hdieb Erath Rachel June Wright Gary Cornelius Lawrence Henneberger Randy Robish Lloyd WrightDavid and Loretta Cowdrill Jason Hipps William and Linda Rule Maryanne Yergovich Communities of Faith Church of the Holy Trinity First Presbyterian Church of Annandale Good Shepherd Catholic Church Messiah United Methodist Church St. Francis of Assisi St. Marks Catholic Church St. Mary of Sorrows Catholic Church Vienna Baptist Church B US I NESSES , C h a r i t i e s & F o u n d a t i o n s ABS Unlimited Apex Foundation Civitan Club of Fairfax Family and Children’s Trust Fund Good Search Neighbors in Need Office Depot Rotary Club of Vienna United Way Community Services Fund United Way of the National Capitol Area Walmart Foundation Wesi Tax Services G o v e r n m e n T Ag e n ci e s Bureau of Justice Assistance Fairfax County Consolidated Community Funding Pool Fairfax County Sheriff’s Office George Mason University Loudoun County Government (Drug Court) Skillsource Group U.S. Department of Justice Virginia Department of Corrections Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services ON•BOARD | Page 3
  4. 4. Financial Statement FY 2011 INCOME Government Grants $ 867,101 Other Grants & Contributions $ 272,470 Contract Services $ 300,848 Rebuilding Lives Client Fees $ 117,578 United Way $ 17,170 and Interest & Other $ 2,306       Breaking the Cycle TOTAL $ 1,577,473 of Crime EXPENSES Program Services: Transitional and Family Services $ 870,833 Visit our website at Alternative Sentencing & Court Program $ 233,397www.oarfairfax.org Volunteer Program $ 184,327 Supporting Services: Find us on: Management & General $ 271,566   TOTAL $ 1,560,123 Statement of Tax Exempt Status OAR of Fairfax County, Inc. holds tax exempt status under the Internal Revenue Code as per Section 501(c) (3). OAR’s financial statements for FY 2011 was audited by Rogers and Company PLLC. OAR’s audited financial statement is available from the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services or directly from OAR of Fairfax, Inc. Call 703-246-3033 or e-mail: info@oarfairfax.org For additional copies of How OAR of Fairfax County Funding is Allocatedthe Annual Report and / or In FY 2011, 83% of OAR funds were used for program and services Financial Statements Call 703-246-3033 or e-mail: info@oarfairfax.org 83% 17% OAR Fairfax County, Inc. 10640 Page Avenue Suite 250 Fairfax, VA 22030 Tel: 703-246-3033 Place Fax: 703-273-7554 Postage Here www.oarfairfax.org 10640 Page Avenue info@oarfairfax.org Suite 250 Fairfax, VA 22030 United Way #8285 CFC #69029 FY 2011 Annual Report Edition Inside the Report: “One of the Best” Key Accomplishments.............Pg. 1 Catalogue for Volunteer List........................Pg. 2 Philanthropy Staff List...............................Pg. 2 Donor List.............................Pg. 3 Financial Statement...............Pg. 4Page 4 | ON•BOARD