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					                                                                                                                                      Monadnock Center for Violence Prevention
               Walk a Mile in Her Shoes®                                                                                              2010 ANNUAL REPORT
    The Men’s March to Stop Rape, Sexual Assault and Gender Violence                                Our Mission

               Saturday, April 17, 10:00 am - Keene State College
                                                                                        To assist victims of domestic and sexual
                                                                                        violence and stalking in the Monadnock
                                                                                        Region through crisis intervention, peer
                                                                                                                                   MCVP launches new website!
                                                                                         support, court advocacy, safe housing,
                                                                                              and referral to other services;
                                                                                          To reduce the incidence and impact
                                                                                          of domestic and sexual violence by
A one-mile walk for men, women and                                                         advocating for public policies and
                                                                                         providing education, awareness and
  children to show their support for                                                             prevention programs.
     survivors of sexual assault.
                                                                                                   Shared Beliefs
                                                                                           Violence is an unacceptable response
  Pre-regiStrAtion & inFo                                                                  to con ict
         (603)	352-3844	x207                                                               Clients are empowered to make their
     director@mcvprevention.org	                                                           own choices
                                                                                           Violence a ects others beyond the
          regiStrAtion                                                                     immediate victim
           9:00	am-10:00	am                                                                Intimate partner violence is deeply
 Keene State College Young Student Center                                                  rooted in societal attitudes
                                                                                           Education can change behavior
                                                                                                                                   •	 Our	community	members	can	find	resources/contact	info	instantly.
            WAlK StArt                                                                     Everyone is entitled to feel safe       •	 Friends	of	MCVP	can	be	updated	on	events	and	recent	happenings.
              (Rain or Shine)
                                                                                                                                   •	 Coming	soon	-	sign	up	for	newsletters,	event	registrations,	etc.	right	on-line!
                10:00	am


                        A benefit for Monadnock Center for Violence Prevention             MCVP Holiday Family
                                in partnership with Keene State College                    Sponsorship Program 2009
                                                                                           MCVP,	led	by	Christine	Parsons,	Direct	Services	
                                       SPonSoreD BY                                        Coordinator,	helped	13	individual	and	17	organizational	
                                                                                           sponsors	to	provide	85	moms	and	kids	in	26	families	with	
                                                                                           a	holiday	to	remember	with	nearly	$15,000.00	worth	of	
                                                                                           food,	toys,	clothing	and	other	gifts.	

                                                                                           If	you	would	like	to	be	a	Holiday	Family	Sponsor	please	
                                                                                           contact	Christine	at	dscoordinator@mcvprevention.org	
                                                                                           or	352-3844	x213                                                        MCVP Staff and Volunteers on Holiday Family Pickup Day


                                                                                                                 MAIN OFFICE

                           MCVP is a Monadnock United Way Agency & a member of the
                           New Hampshire Coalition Against Domestic & Sexual Violence
BoArD oF DireCtorS                 From the Board Chair, Amy Noyes:                                                                         2009 ClientS SerVeD                                                     Looking Ahead to 2010
          Chair                                                             Once	again,	I	would	like	to	say	how	                total Victims Served .......................... 1,056                   •	   MCVP	Board	and	Staff	participated	in	a	day-long	retreat	  	
        Amy Noyes                                                           incredibly	proud	and	honored	I	am	to	work	          Females .................................................. 946          	    on	Jan.	9th	to	work	on	strategic	goals	for	2010-2012.		
                                                                            with	such	a	dedicated	and	talented	group	           Males ...................................................... 110        	    Rich	Randall	of	Trikeenan	Tile	and	Sue	Rice,	formerly		
        Vice Chair                                                          of	people.	The	MCVP	staff,	volunteers	
       Joely Fanning                                                                                                            Domestic Violence................................. 716                  	    with	Markem	Corp.,	used	their	“Lean	Facilitation”	skills		
                                                                            and	board	of	directors	have	faced	many	                                                                                     	    to	help	us	find	our	“True	North”	and	figure	out	how	to	
                                                                                                                                Sexual Violence..................................... 210
                                                                            challenges	in	the	past	year	with	reduced	                                                                                   	    “Get	the	Right	Things	Done.”	After	a	lot	of	internal	
        Secretary                                                                                                               Stalking .................................................. 101
                                                                            federal,	state	and	local	funding.	At	the	
     Kimberly K. May                                                                                                            other ........................................................ 29       	    prep-work,	another	day	long	retreat	in	the	first	quarter	
                                                                            half	way	point	of	2009,	we	made	the	tough	
                                                                                                                                                                                                        	    of		2010	will	result	in	an	articulated	plan	with	a	one-
       treasurer                                                            but	necessary	decision	to	eliminate	two	            Shelter guests ......................................... 60
                                    Amy Noyes with husband Rob and son Jack
                                                                            staff	positions	–	cutting	our	education	
                                                                                                                                                                                                        	    page	story	board	for	tracking	each	goal.	Many	thanks	to	
    Deborah Latamore                   at Railroad Square post-walk rally                                                       # of Bednights .................................... 2,350               	    Rich	and	Sue!
                                                 for WAM 2009               department	in	half,	and	eliminating	our	paid	
         Directors                 development	position	altogether.	The	increased	burden	on	staff	and	board	                                                                                            •	   Our	4th	annual	Walk-a-Mile	in	Her	Shoes	in		
         Jane Lane                 was	immense,	but	I	am	proud	to	say	that	we	were	able	to	provide	services	                                                                                            	    collaboration	with	KSC	is	well	in	the	works.	The	
                                                                                                                            	
  Peter (Sturdy) Thomas            and	education	programs	at	a	level	consistent	with	the	previous	year	and	                                       2010 BuDget                                           	    planning	committee	started	meeting	in	the	fall	of	2009.	
   Kristen Goodenough              raise	enough	money	to	end	2009	with	a	balanced	budget.	I	think	this	is	an	                                                                                           	    Save	the	date	–	April	17th.	Stilettos	and	pumps	and	flats,	
     Cathy Desbiens                incredible	accomplishment	and	I	want	to	say	THANK	YOU	to	all	for	your	                       income
                                                                                                                                Federal,	State,	&	County	Grants	.........315,231                        	    oh	my!	
       Paul Hebert                 hard	work	and	perseverance.	Looking	forward	to	continuing	our	good	
                                   work	and	enjoying	a	successful	2010.	                                                        Monadnock	United	Way........................59,000                      •	 Savings	Bank	of	Walpole	renewed	our	$30,000	line	of	
                                                                                   - Amy                                        Private	Foundations	...............................25,000               	 credit	for	2010.
         StAFF                                                                                                                  Individual	Support	.................................46,500
                                                                                                                                                                                                        •	 Look	for	constant	updates	and	info	on	all	things	MCVP	
    executive Director                                                                                                          Event	Sponsorship	..................................27,500
                                                                                                                                                                                                        	 on	our	fabulous	new	website!	
  Robin P. Christopherson                                                                                                       Other	Income	............................................ 8,226
                            Calendar of Events                                                                                                                                                          	 See	for	yourself	at	www.mcvprevention.org.
      Direct Services           January is national Stalking Awareness Month                                                    total income ..................................$481,457
       Coordinator              Stalking	Awareness	poster	contest	with	the	Monadnock	area	high	schools.                         total expenses ...............................$489,271
     Christine Parsons                                                                                                                                                                                                A Reflection on 2009
                                January 27th - 8:30pm - night owl Café                                                                                                           $ - 7,814
                                Acting	Out	-	Stalking	Awareness	performance                                                     line of credit....................................$30,000               •	 MCVP	will	end	the	year	fiscally	IN	THE	BLACK.
   education/ outreach          For	more	details:	contact	Lisa,	MCVP	Shelter	Manager	352-3782
      Coordinator                                                                                                                                                                                       •	 MCVP	received	a	$17,000	general	operations	grant	from	
       Mandi Silk               March 20th 11am-1pm                                                                                                                                                     	 New	Hampshire	Charitable	Foundation	-	Monadnock		
                                Stuart	&	John’s	Community	Breakfast	Fundraiser                                              	           	                                                               	 Region	in	December.
    Business & grants           April is national Sexual Assault Awareness Month                                                    PreVention eDuCAtion &
        Manager                 MCVP	Volunteer	Training                                                                             outreACH eFFortS in 2009                                            •	   MCVP	received	a	$9,500	grant	from	Verizon		        	
      Dawn Girard               	                                                                                                                                                                       	    Foundation	to	enhance	our	website	update	project	to	
                                April 17th – SAVe tHe DAte!                                                                     MCVP educators led:
                                                                                                                                                                                                        	    include	an	interactive	database,	purchase	an	IT	service	
    Domestic Violence           MCVP/KSC’s	4th	Annual	WALK-A-MILE	in	Her	Shoes®			                      	                       •	 295	Prevention	Programs	in	15	schools		                          	   	    contract,	buy	two	new	laptops	and	train	staff	in	social	
       Specialist               october is national Domestic Violence Awareness Month                                           	 including:
                                                                                                                                                                                                        	    networking.	This	funding,	combined	with	a	previous	
       Stephanie
                                october events/Activities:                                                                      	            v	Bullyproof,	an	anti-bullying	                            	    grant	from	New	Hampshire	Charitable	Foundation	
     Shelter Manager            Cell	Phone	Drive                                                                                	            	 program	for	elementary	students                          	    –	Monadnock	Region,	resulted	in	the	launching	of	our	
                                Pumpkin	Festival	Parking	-	Sponsored by Nitro Fitness and Mayo Group                                                                                                    	    new	website.
           Lisa                                                                                                                 	            v	Sexual	Harassment	Awareness	&		 	
                                MCVP	Volunteer	Training	
                                                                                                                                	            	 Prevention	Programs	for	middle                           •	 Joe	Warhall	of	Nitro	Fitness	and	Mayo	Group	presented	
   CAC/Court Advocate           December events/Activities                                                                      	            	 &	high	schools                                           	 us	with	a	check	for	$4,540	from	their	“Pumpkin	Fest		
         Pete                   Holiday	Family	Sponsorships	
                                                                                                                                	            v	Teen	Relationship	Violence	                              	 Parkin”	efforts.	Thank	You!
  AmeriCorps Advocates                                                                                                          	            	 Programs	for	high	schools
    Jenny & Lindsay         	                                                                                                                                                                           •	 MCVP	experienced	a	50%		transition	of	the	Board	of	
                                Leave a Legacy!                                                                                 •	 These	programs	reached	5,135	students,	
                                                                                                                                                                                                        	 Directors	and	more	than	a	50%	transition	in	paid	staff.
     roving Advocate            Nothing	could	be	simpler	or	more	meaningful	than	leaving	a	legacy	gift	                                                                                                 •	 MCVP	gained	5	trained	crisis	intervention	worker		
                                                                                                                                	 318	teachers	&	132	other	school	staff
          Amy                   to	Monadnock	Center	for	Violence	Prevention.	For	more	information	on	                                                                                                   	 (CIW)	volunteers.	CIW	volunteers	provided	more	than	
                                charitable	bequests	or	other	planned	giving	options,	please	contact	Robin	                      •	 MCVP	reached	over	1,000	additional	                                  	 a	$60,000	value	to	our	direct	services	budget.
       Advocate                                                                                                                 	 community	members	in	various	
      Grisel (Chris)            Christopherson,	Executive	Director	at	(603)352-3844	x207	or	
                                director@mcvprevention.org.                                                                     	 education/outreach	efforts

				
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