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Annual Meeting 2009


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Annual Meeting 2009

  1. 1. 2009 Annual Report<br />
  2. 2. "We believe that all Individuals, should be able to live, work, and play in their community.  With this belief in mind, Do-All will assist individuals to achieve self-sufficiency through leadership, empowerment, material supports, and employment training.”<br />Mission<br />
  3. 3. Pat Barkell, Board Chair – Bay Arenac ISD<br />Jody Meagher, Board Vice-Chair – GM Powertrain<br />Mike Olgaard – Board Treasurer – Wildfire Credit Union<br />Hank Miller – Board Secretary – Retired <br />Larry Dewitt – Consumers Energy<br />Brian Elder – Attorney<br />Elaine Prahl – Retired<br />Ellen Ralph – Retired<br />Magen Trask – Bay Future<br />Kim Ward – Michigan Autism Society<br />Board of Directors<br />
  4. 4. Staff<br />
  5. 5. Years of Service<br />10 Years<br />Lesley Chinavare<br />Chris Girard<br />Debbie O’Neal<br />20 Years<br />Bernie Buczek<br />Joe Darling <br />Phillip Geisz<br />Dale Leinaar<br />Arthur Ralph <br />Juanita Welch<br />25 Years<br />Wendy Peters<br />Karen Reetz<br />30 Years<br />Beth Klosowski <br />
  6. 6. President’s Message<br /> Do-All, Inc. is changing the way services are provided to individuals with disabilities in our community. In just over 3 years we have grown from supporting 90 – 100 individuals annually with 27 staff to an organization serving over 7000 individuals with a staff of 72 in 7 different locations. We are creating the services of tomorrow today and changing the lives of the people we serve. As we continue to thrive on the difference we are making for those we serve we know there is more to do. We must keep passionate for the mission and continue to develop lasting relationships with community leaders that will help us continue this journey so one day our services may not be needed.<br />Chris Girard<br />President / CEO<br />
  7. 7. MATERIAL ASSISTANCE CENTER<br />ACTIVITY REPORT<br /> INTAKES: <br /> 405 intakes helping 978 residents (418 under 18)<br /> FOOD REFERRAL:<br /> 124 referrals helping 407 people (192 under 18)<br /> TOTALS:<br /> 529 intakes helping 1,385 people (610 under 18)!!<br /> In 6 months we provided 110 beds; 34 were new beds for<br /> children under 18<br /> In the past 6 months we provided assistance valued at $33,492<br />Number of Individuals Served<br />
  8. 8. Headquarters and Manufacturing<br />1400 S. Lincoln St ۰Bay City, MI 48708<br />The Cat’s Meow <br />1465 W. Center Ave ۰ Essexville, MI 48732<br />The Cat’s Meow Downtown <br />810 Washington Ave ۰ Bay City, MI 48708<br />Do-Art Studio and Gallery – <br />812 Washington Ave ۰Bay City, MI 48708<br />Employment Services <br />901 Saginaw St ۰Bay City, MI 48708 (Bay Area Chamber of Commerce Building)<br />Smart Choice Café – <br />111 N. Madison Ave ۰Bay City, MI 48708 (Bay Area Family YMCA Building)<br />The Perfect Blend – <br /> 4101 E. Wilder Road ۰ Bay City, MI 48706 (Bay City Mall)<br />Our Training Sites<br />
  9. 9. Production <br />Amigo Mobility - assembled 226 drives wheels and 169 safety handles.  We have been able to train two (2) trainees along with one (1) job coach. <br />Republic Waste – assemble 16,000 bags and stuff them with promotion information and several other similar jobs.<br />Tycs Enterprise –  produced 30,000 units and trained two (2) trainees.  <br />Re-Processing (Recycling) – we are re-processing computers and have trained four (4) trainees along with two (2) job coaches.  We also have been able to sell some of the components (steel, mother boards, video cards, wire, and etc) with the income of $2,000.  We have purchased a shredding machine in July and started shredding material for the Saginaw Valley Business Services.   This<br /> has been able to train three (3) trainees and two<br /> (2) job coaches. <br />SC Johnson continues to be our main supplier <br /> of contracts.<br />
  10. 10. Janitorial Services<br />New Accounts: Dr. Boyce (Bay City & Sebewaing), Sacred Heart Basis, Saginaw County Court House, First United Methodist Church, Bay Area Chamber of Commerce, and Marquette Industrial Park<br />Renewed Contracts: Friend of the Court, Edwards Jones, Bangor Schools, Downtown Management Board, City of Bay City Crossing Guard, Bay Arenac Behavioral Health, Bay Arenac Training Center, Kochville Townhall, Kochville Fire Department, Department of Natural Resources, Coca-Cola, St. Lukes Methodish Church, Christ United Methodist Church, Recruiting/Armed Forces Office and Charter Media<br />Special Events: St. Patrick’s Day Parade, Art Festival, Bay Art Council, River Roar, White Snake and Tesla Concert, Tall Ship Celebration, and Alice Cooper<br />Seventeen Trainees are currently employed <br /> though the Janitorial program<br />
  11. 11. Retail Services<br />Sales at the Essexville location are up 4% from last year.<br />Downtown activities: 1st Thursday of the month, Art & Wine Walk, Indulge, Welcome Spring, Downtown Diva, Sidewalk Sales, Mingle & Jingle, Sunday in the City, Fashion Show for the Great Lakes Bay Regional Expo<br />Started furniture consignment at the downtown location<br />The Cat’s Meow has 14 trainees <br /> and 14 staff.<br />
  12. 12. Art Studio and Gallery<br />New Name and Logo<br />Make & Take Sailor Hat for Tall Ship Celebration<br />Create your own jewelry & face painting during Sidewalk Sales<br />Added several new local artist for a total of 18 of our gallery of art work.<br />Roger Reichmann taught “free” recycling class with found object<br />75 Artist in Training <br />
  13. 13. Employment Services<br />Placed 35 people in jobs within the community<br />Actively assisted another 30 people referred from Michigan Rehabilitation Services to find and retain employment<br />Partnered with Bay Arenac ISD, as well as Dow Corning to provide 20 local students with disabilities a job shadow in observance of National Disability Mentoring Day<br />
  14. 14. Culinary Program<br />Redesign Logo<br />Five Trainees Completed the Culinary Trainee Program<br />Smart Choice Café created a catering program and has served: All Saints, Bangor Lincoln, Bangor Central, Bay Arena ISD, Bay Area Chamber of Commerce, New Dimensions, Michigan Rehabilitation Services Bay Harbor Marina and several other businesses.<br />Opened the “Snack Shack” at<br /> Bay Harbor Marina<br />
  15. 15. 2009 Income<br />
  16. 16. 2009 Expenses<br />
  17. 17. Statement of AssetsSeptember 30, 2009<br />
  18. 18. Trainee earnings has grown by 86% over the last 4 years<br />
  19. 19. Do-All has doubled gross earnings over the last 2 years<br />
  20. 20. Consistent net income growth<br />
  21. 21. Effective Fiscal Management<br />
  22. 22. Bay Human Services Collaborative Council<br />Self-Sufficiency Task Force<br />Adults Needs and Resources Task Force<br />Continuum of Committee<br />Bay-Arenac Great Start Collaborative<br />Regional Interagency Coordinating Council Bay County<br />Senior Task Force<br />Bay City Rotary (Morning and Afternoon)<br />Kiwanis<br />Noon Optimists<br />United Way of Bay County<br />MARO Board<br />Habitat for Humanity<br />Mid-Michigan Community Action Agency<br />Cory Place<br />Angel food Ministries<br />Department of Human Services<br />Community Partnerships<br />
  23. 23. 2009 Accomplishments<br />Opened Cat’s Meow Downtown Thrift Store<br />Opened Do-Art Gallery and Studio<br />Opened Employment Services Office in the Bay Area Chamber of Commerce<br />Opened Smart Choice Café in the Bay Area Family Y<br />Opened the Perfect Blend inside the Bay City Mall<br />Increased contract rate for service from BABHA by almost 100%<br />Increased contracted service fees by almost $1,000,000<br />
  24. 24. Moving Forward<br />Purchase of our headquarters and thrift store property in Essexville.<br />Expansion of our successful thrift stores.<br />Expansion of our culinary training programs.<br />Expansion of our recycling training programs.<br />Continued diversification of our manufacturing training opportunities.<br />Find sufficient space for our Material Assistance Center program.<br />Develop individualized training goals for all trainees.<br />Explore ways increase collaboration opportunities with similar agencies.<br />Continued increase in opportunities to develop successful jobs for individuals with disabilities.<br />Create Do-All, Inc. Foundation<br />Educational Garden with funds from the Bay City Garden Club <br />