Gateway Fall 2009—Annual Report Issue for Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2009 The NewsleTTer of UrbaN MiNisTries of DUrhaM Our Mission to provide food, clothing, shelter, and supportive services to our neighbors in need. rising to the challenge Message from the Board chair Our Values Dear Friends, A welcoming, caring, and compassionate environment that affirms the dignity of If change is the only constant, then Urban our guests, volunteers, and staff. Ministries of Durham (UMD) has been nothing, if not constant, over the past year. We’ve weathered a series of changes, some Inside This Issue implemented by the Board of Directors Letters from the Board chair & executive Director and others dictated by outside influences. Lives enriched by UMD And while change is never easy, the good Annual report 2008–2009 news is that we have emerged as a stron- …and more ger organization—and one that is better able to transform the lives of our guests. The economic recession has hit Urban Ministries hard. We’ve seen a dramatic Our Board increase in the need for our services in Susan Amey Jonah Kendall the past 12 months. Compounding the Leah Berkowitz Susan Olive problem is the greater-than-ever challenge Joe chambliss Luqman rasheed of raising enough funds to meet that Forrest Daniels Greg rowland increased need. Sarah Fowler Jan Sendzik The changes we have instituted Janice harper rhonda Stevens are designed to combat the daunting William harrison carol thomson challenges facing Urban Ministries. Under Be assured that now, more than ever, LuSan hill Debbie Stonehouse the leadership of our new Executive your gifts of time and resources will have Kaaren Johanson William yarger Director, Patrice Nelson, we are weather- direct, immediate, and significant impact ing the storm. Our management team has on those we serve. Executive Director worked diligently to reduce operating During the past year, we have patrice Nelson expenses without curtailing services. improved our financial management They continually seek new means of systems, implemented cost management funding and untapped sources of food procedures, developed processes for Staying in touch and supply donations. making every hour of volunteer time Urban Ministries of Durham Most importantly, we have been able to meaningful, and enhanced our guest 410 Liberty Street, pO Box 249 continue to serve the community in the experience. All of these changes are Durham, Nc 27702-0249 face of challenges and uncertainty because resulting in a leaner, stronger, more Ph.: (919) 682-0538 • Fax: (919) 688-7969 of your continued and generous assistance. responsive organization. An organization www.umdurham.org On behalf of the Board of Directors, the poised to meet the demands of the new UMD staff, and the hundreds of neighbors economic reality. We have a difficult road Community Café • Community Shelter Food Pantry • Clothing Closet who pass through our doors every day, ahead. But we know that, with your thank you for your support. Because support, the journey will be much of you, men, women, and children easier. Thank you for your support. struggling to survive during these difficult Graphic Design by Archetype times can have a hot meal, clean clothes, Warmest regards, Archetype-usa.com and a place to sleep. Greg Rowland, Board Chair printing by carter printing heads held high, Moving On My first six months at Urban needed would appear. Those moments Ministries have been a blessing but always make me smile and encourage Letter from the executive Director also a struggle. A blessing because I me to persevere. recognize each day how fortunate I am Urban Ministries is a safe place K EEP yOUr hEAD UP, MAN.” With those words of encour- agement, one UMD guest encouraged another on the corner of Queen and Liberty. Contrary to to have health, family, food, clothing, shelter, and a job I enjoy. The blessing is magnified because I am surrounded by so many who have so much less. yet, frequently they encourage one another where people struggling with sobriety, sanity, lack of money or a safe place to sleep, come for support. But it is also a place where those who want the joy that comes from a heartfelt thank-you, stereotypical images of the homeless, and give thanks for the gift of the day, the reward of knowing they’ve done these were neatly dressed men, sober, the meal they have received, the kind something that makes a real difference, mentally sound, and able bodied. Six words of a fellow UMD guest, and the the awareness that they are not alone months ago, all of them had jobs. faith that better days lie ahead. in times of difficulty, the reminder Now, the snowball effect of job losses, It has been a struggle to watch that miracles happen and that followed by losses of transportation, demands for services rise steadily and tomorrow may well be a better day, health care, housing, and overall sense revenues sink below projections. Like also gather around. of stability, has landed them at Urban many of the guests we’ve served, we’ve yes, it has been a tough year, but Ministries of Durham. having tired of cut expenses wherever possible and together as a community, we are filling out applications around the city redoubled efforts to seek new resources serving and persevering. We’re holding only to be told “We’ll call if we have to meet the demands. There have also our heads up high and meeting the something,” they stand on the corner been days when a surprise donation challenges head-on. We believe . . . in hopes that someone will drive by would arrive, a supporter would show we know. . . great days are ahead. looking for day laborers. up to lend a hand, or an item we really Peace, Patrice Financial Stewardship food from its food pantry and clothing people—and the price of toilet paper. By Susan Olive, Board treasurer to help families meet their most basic Add the cost of the building itself. needs. Last year, UMD served more than Last year, it cost approximately UMD’s financial report is more than just 7,600 guests—more people than the $113,000 in cash each month to keep numbers. We do provide numbers, of entire population of hillsborough. the doors open at UMD. That monthly course, including those in this report, Think about your own budget. What cost would have been more than which are based on our internal (unau- would it cost to feed 700 people? Add in $84,000 higher but for the wonderful dited) financial and program reports. the cost of 145 houseguests, with towels donations of goods and services given by Our audited financial statement and IrS and bedding. Think about the cost of pro- friends throughout the community. information return are posted on our viding clothing and food to another Where did that money come from? We website promptly after they are filed. group of friends, who cannot make ends received over $1.2 million last year, not True financial stewardship, though, meet without your help. Add counseling. counting the value of volunteer time and begins with an understanding of the Add security. Add the water bill for 900 non-cash donations. Sixty-two percent of program’s function, an assessment of the needs that must be met, and raising, pre- continued on page 5 serving, and spending funds in a way that both meets those needs and ensures Bread for the Journey This program is non-sectarian and open to the financial stability of the program people of all faiths, as well as to those not affili- over time. The IrS recognizes this, and Bread for the Journey is a new program that ated with any faith tradition. The effort grows these factors are reflected in the ques- seeks to meet the need for spiritual and pastoral out of the activities of a volunteer chaplain, the tions we answer on our return. care during times of homelessness. To be without Rev. Susan J. Dunlap, who has been working 10 UMD assists both “prevention a home is to experience disorientation, estrange- hours per week providing pastoral and spiritual guests”—those on the verge of home- ment from loved ones, loss of life’s meaning, loss care for the past year. UMD residents and guests lessness, for whom our support may of identity, depression, and anxiety. Taking steps to are playing a lead role in the development of this leave homelessness requires perseverance, hope, program, saying it gives them "strength for the make the difference—and the recently courage, and hard work. Through voluntary prayer day." Goals for the coming year include the and chronically homeless. We also edu- development of a devotional book written by resi- times, one-on-one support, and community- cate our community about homelessness. building activities, the program helps people dents, monthly community activities, a choir, The need is huge—and growing. endure the hardships of homelessness, as well as funds for a part-time chaplain, and a program to Every day, UMD serves between 500 and find the inner resources to leave homelessness. enable residents to send cards to their families. 700 meals. Every week, UMD provides 2 Serving and persevering Guests and Volunteers Share how UMD has enriched their Lives WE hAvE BEEN searching for a way to honor our godson, Although I am no longer at UMD every day, UMD is still Justin, who died last year at 13 from cancer. Justin loved with me. Each day I recall the transformations I observed and family, children, and "home" and was concerned about know that I can overcome the challenges I face. Countless people less fortunate than he. UMD introduced us to raina times, UMD’s residents and staff have thanked me for giving and her three daughters who were living in the shelter. raina my time to UMD. But really, I'm the one who should be is taking high school classes and looking for work; she is thanking them. highly motivated. We formed “The Just Imagine Network,” —Anna Parris Walker,Volunteer or “JustIN” to provide support and opportunity to parents and children. The family has moved into a house in Durham and is making it a happy home. JustIN pays the rent and WhEN I CAME TO UMD, I had been sober for 11 months, utilities. raina continues taking classes, has found part time but I wasn’t in recovery. Although I had been dry all this work, and is on the way to being self-sufficient. UMD has time, I never really worked on healing the wounds that helped us persevere through loss to honor Justin in a way caused my addiction. If I hadn’t come to UMD, I know I that reflects what he valued in life. would still be using today. In two days, I will graduate from the Believe recovery Program. What I really want to do next —Kerry Shad,Volunteer is stay in the area and go to school to become an LPN. At the recent recovery Block Party, Mr. Leroy Joyner, recovery WhEN I FIrST ArrIvED at Urban Ministries and was Program Manager, asked, “Linda, if you had a cashier’s check accepted into the recovery Program, I wanted to be clean in your hands today to write out to UMD, what amount and sober but didn’t want to look at the behaviors that led to would it be?” and I said, there’s just no way to even put an my addiction in the first place. UMD’s 12-step recovery amount on my experience and what UMD has done for me. Program and the people I’m with each day have made me —Linda, UMD Guest look at the self-will and anger that got me here in the first place. There are staff members who have been through the program who have helped me to persevere, because they’ve worked past some of the mistakes I’m still making. They’re like mentors to me, and I really appreciate that. I’m helping out as a leader in the kitchen while I’m here, and that‘s good, because I feel like I’m giving something back. It’s hard but I’m glad that I’m not where I was three months ago. I really don’t want to go back to the way I was living. I believe I can do better. —Ron, UMD Guest Other Ways to Give: Holiday Honor Cards Are Back DUrINg A TrANSITIONAL time in my career, I began volunteering in the UMD Community Shelter on a daily the honor card program is an annual campaign to raise awareness and basis. I sought simply to learn more about nonprofit work, funds to meet the needs of the homeless. this year’s card by Greensboro get myself into a routine, and interact with people. Little did artist William Mangum features a painting of a picturesque winterscape I know that I would gain so much more. entitled Moving On. Available for a minimum donation of $5 per card, you may purchase the cards as a gift and send them to friends and From my post in the shelter office, I watched as UMD’s family, telling them that they have been honored with a gift to UMD. Or, guests learned to cope with their addictions, stepped out of consider sending one to everyone on your holiday card list. Better yet, wheelchairs and began walking, sought and found work, and send us your list, and we’ll take care of the rest! moved from the shelter into homes of their own. The halls All proceeds from the sale of this card directly benefit Urban Ministries of of UMD were alive with a spirit of hope and renewal. Durham. to purchase, contact Deanna Kleiss at (919) 682-0538, ext. 35 or email@example.com. 3 The Year in Review: 2008–2009 Annual Report Issued november 1, 2009 For the Fiscal year ending June 30, 2009 Program Highlights Volunteerism • over 700 new volunteers came through our doors to help those in need. SheLter (based on $20.25/hr.) • Provided emergency shelter to 1,956 different guests, a 32% increase. Year # Volunteers # Hours $ Value • The number of children increased 38% to 134. 08–09 4,100 17,142 $347,125 07–08 3,392 15,589 $315,677 • Provided case management services, including assistance with housing, 06–07 2,600 15,139 $306,565 school registration, and job placement to 80 guests through a six-month 05–06 2,500 13,785 $279,146 Outreach Ministries program. SpeciAL thANKS tO: CaFe • nC110 Legacy Group for raising funds and renovating seven family rooms, • Served 197,800 meals to over 5,600 unduplicated guests, a including paint, furnishings, and bath and bed linens; building two picnic 10% increase. tables; and renewing the sandbox in the children’s play area. FooD PanTry • The Durham young Professionals for also lending their time and talents for the family room renovation project and for holding monthly food • Distributed 45,300 pounds of food, a 29% increase over last year. drives for the Food Pantry. • assisted 6,200 hungry adults and children with food, more than three • Chapel Hill Bible Church for maintaining the herb garden all summer and times the number of those who came to us for assistance last year. for planting winter greens. cLOthiNG cLOSet Volunteer Categories • Distributed 31,900 articles of donated clothing. recOVery n Communities of Faith 53% • 24 adults graduated from the Hope-Believe recovery Program. n Individuals 27% n Civic–Community Groups 8% Fund-Raising & Special Events n Corporate Small Business 7% n Schools 5% • empty Bowls benefit sets record, raising over $25,000 for the community café. • Campaign against homelessness, launched in May and donated by Finance & Technology McKinney, wins O’toole Award for creative excellence. • Moved outsourced accounting/bookkeeping to new internal system. • First annual Beloved Community resource Fair, hosted and sponsored by St. philip's church, brings together other local churches and members of • Upgraded eight workstations through a generous donation of PCs and the community for a day of food, fun, fellowship, and sharing. monitors from iBM/Lenovo; software donated by rti. • Three Strings attached Concerts, hosted by St. Philips Church, were held • Launched new website, thanks to web development and support services to benefit UMD. donated by Mindworks Multimedia. 4 Financial Information The audit for the 2007–2008 fiscal year reported that 83 cents of every dollar July 1, 2008–June 30, 2009 donated directly supports our program services. Sources of Revenue: total: $1,235,616—year ending June 30, 2009 These figures are $10,000 $60,000 $110,000 $160,000 $210,000 $260,000 $300,000 unaudited and based on UMD’s Individuals 24% internal reporting Foundations 18% of revenues and County 12% expenses, which Federal & State Grants 11% do not reflect, 10% for example: Communities of Faith Jani-King & Other Income 8% • Donated services Civic & Community Groups 7% of volunteers and Special Events 4% donated professional City ESG & CDBG Grants 3% services. Businesses 2% • Depreciation and Federated Campaigns 1% amortization expense. Expenses by Functional Area: total: $1,356,491—year ending June 30, 2009 $50,000 $150,000 $250,000 $350,000 $450,000 $550,000 Shelter 44% Café 20% Jani-King 12% Fundraising & Development 8% Administration 8% HUD Housing Program 4% Food Pantry & Clothing Closet 4% Financial Stewardship continued from page 2 Urban Ministries is committed to September 2008. As a result, even responsible stewardship. To meet the after our cost reductions, and without that income came from private gifts, challenge, we restructured our manage- replenishing reserves, we require an 26% from public grants, and the rest ment team and cut costs where feasible annual income of $1.3 million in cash from civic and community groups, without compromising services. Strategic to operate, in addition to continued communities of faith, businesses, special planning sessions were held and will volunteer time and in-kind donations events such as Empty Bowls, workforce continue to ensure that we focus our valued at more than $1,000,000. development operations, facility rental, efforts in the most productive ways Meeting our budget and replenishing and other sources. possible, building on existing partner- reserves despite the tough economy is But need increased, as our neighbors ships and creating new alliances. These good financial stewardship, and we are lost jobs or had their hours cut, with efforts have cut monthly costs of committed to doing so. Urban Ministries no way to make up the difference in operations by approximately $5,000 per has been the face, and the heart, of income. More people, with no alterna- month, despite the increased number Durham for its neediest neighbors for tive, found their way through our doors of guests served. over 25 years. Whatever the amount of for help. Meeting those additional needs The need for our services continues your gift, and whatever its nature, your cut reserves to the bone, and we ended to rise. In September 2009, we served support will help rebuild the lives of the the fiscal year with a loss (excluding 2,744 more meals and provided people we serve and ultimately make it a depreciation) in excess of $100,000. 436 more overnight stays than in better community for all. 5 Donor Acknowledgements Volunteer center timothy riggs & carolyn coolidge-riggs July 1, 2008 to June 30, 2009 Wagner Auto Salvage John & Barbara Schwartz Watts Grocery John Shanley David & cyndy Shumate The services offered to the community on our campus in downtown Durham COMMUnITY GROUPS Andrew & Maggie Silton & SCHOOlS $1000+ thomas & Joanna Spector are made possible through the compassion and support of the community. We American Legion post 7 Jon & Debbie Stonehouse deeply appreciate all who come together to serve with our neighbors in need charlyn Wohlnick Sheltering home of Allen terrell Kings Daughters William & Lee Ann tilley by volunteering; donating food, clothing, toiletries, and a multitude of other Brian & Jennifer Vosburgh Duke clinical research Operations items; and providing monetary contributions to sustain our programs and Duke University Medical School Allen & claire Wilcox operations. Students & Faculty Bob & Mary Wilkinson Forest at Duke retirement Home harriet Williams Nc110 Legacy Group chuck & Jean Wilson Over 1,200 individuals, communities of faith, businesses, foundations, schools, tobaccoland civitan club UNc hospitals/Sodexo InDIVIDUAlS $100–$999 and civic and community groups made financial gifts last year. Federal, state, rod Abraham and local governments continue to be vital partners in our mission as well. Each COMMUnITY GROUPS & Julie Adams and every gift is important to us, no matter the size; however, to conserve space, SCHOOlS $100–$999 Judith Agnew Brogden Middle School Newman Aguiar we limit the list of gifts in this publication to those that are $100 and above. concern of Durham, inc. terry Allebaugh & Lori pistor For a complete listing of donations, visit our website at www.umdurham.org. Disabled American Veterans charitable trust Kathleen Allen Duke Divinity School Susan Amey Thanks again for sharing and partnering with us to build community to Durham chorale inc. William & Kristin Anderson rebuild lives! Durham-Orange Quilters Guild, inc. Virginia Anton interdenominational Ministerial Bob & Barbara Appleby Alliance Durham Vickie Atkinson FOUnDATIOnS $1000+ resurrection United Methodist church iBM employee & retiree charitable campaign Inter-Faith Council for Social Services David & Diane Austin albert Sweitzer Fellowship Grant St. Matthew catholic church Kontek Systems, inc. Kings Daughters & Sons Group 7 philip Azar Betsy B. rollins Fund for Hunger of TCF St. paul's Lutheran church Maxwell Freeman & Bowman resource center for Women & Ministry Jeffrey Bacon C.M. Herndon Foundation St. philips episcopal church MindWorks Multimedia, inc. Serenity Group clarence & Ann Bailey cameron charitable trust of Wachovia Bank St. Stephen's episcopal church Hall-Wynne Funeral Service triangle Luncheon civitan club Katrina Baker Durham-Chapel Hill Jewish Federation temple Baptist church Nurse care of North carolina Watts hospital hillandale Neighborhood Sarah Banjak The eason Foundation the chapel of the cross Wal-Mart Foundation Association Mr. & Mrs. Alexander Barnes evangelical Lutheran church of America trinity Avenue presbyterian church WrAZ tV David Barron Fox Family Foundation trinity United Methodist church InDIVIDUAlS $1000+ Matthew Bartush GlaxoSmithKline Foundation Union Baptist church BUSInESS DOnORS $100–$999 Betty Antiobong Mr. & Mrs. taryn piper Beachler Horton-Carr Fund Watts Street Baptist church Auction Now John Atkins Freeman & Marcia Beard Julia Bakelaar charitable trust Westminster presbyterian church Bandido's Mexican cafe-hope Valley rd. David Ball Betty Beck norman & Bettina roberts Foundation, Inc. Bennett pointe Grill Franc “andy” & Placide Barada George & Susan Beischer presbytery of New hope COnGREGATIOnS $100–$999 Blu Seafood & Wine Bar Mr. & Mrs. Duncan M. Beale Margaretta Belin rogers Family Foundation All Saints church Bold interactive inc. Mr. & Mrs. richard Beddingfield richard & Anne Berkley rti international Beacon Light Missionary Baptist church Brame Specialty company, inc. Greg Berg Mr. & Mrs. eston Betts Sandra F. Hoke Fund of TCF Beth el Synagogue carpe Diem John & Ginny Bowman Frank Borden The Stewards Fund calvary United Methodist church cato research Ltd. Larry Bumgardner Maria Bowie Widmark Family Fund of TCF calvary United Methodist church Women cooper industries Matthew & Keisha Burdick Joan Brannon chapel hill Bible church Dancing cat productions, inc. robert califf Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey S. Bray FOUnDATIOnS $100–$999 circle 10 Dick patton realty co. edward eastman harold Brock Brooks Family Fund of Fidelity Charitable covenant presbyterian church Downtown Durham, inc. paula ecklund eunice Brock Gift Fund Durham Mennonite church el rodeo Mexican restaurant Bart ehrman W. carlton Brown Carey Family Fund of TCF episcopal Diocese of North carolina elmo's Diner Jeanne Flynn Anthony Brown Durham Bar Foundation Four UCC Church exchange Fishmonger's Michael Gillespie & Nancy henley Scott & Lynda Bryant-comstock Feinstein Family Fund God's house of refuge GP Falconbridge, Inc. Marion Grabarek Barbara Buckley Frances Lynn Fund of TCF Grace Baptist church of Durham harris inc. of Durham Mary Grigsby Lance Bullock Marion Fund of TCF Greater St. paul Missionary Baptist church Kennon, craver, Belo, craig & McKee, pLLc randy & Sue Guptill Judy Byck Petersen-young Fund of TCF Judea reform congregation Magnolia Grill Mr. & Mrs. russell p. hall, iii Duval & Lisa Byrd Shared Visions Foundation Massey's chapel Methodist church McKinney Deborah hallam Shirley callahan Snyder Watchorn Foundation, Inc. McMannen United Methodist Women Mcpherson, rocamora & Nicholson, pLLc J. Samuel & Marie hammond Mr. & Mrs. Douglas S. cannon Triangle Community Foundation, Inc. (TCF) Mildred cooke circle-Mt. Sylvan United Mellow Mushroom AG of raleigh, inc. Janice harper Martha carlough Winston-Salem Foundation Methodist Women Nana's Jay harris Mr. & Mrs. Boyd A. carlson Mt. Bethel presbyterian church Neo china restaurant harriet herring Beth carlton COnGREGATIOnS $1000+ Mt. Level Missionary Baptist church Opensource Leadership Strategies, inc. Denise hoganson & Stephen Davis Gordon carpenter Asbury United Methodist church Mt. Sylvan United Methodist Men Oracle corporation Mr. & Mrs. charles holton Kathryn carr Bethany United Methodist church Mt. Sylvan United Methodist Women parker & Otis Daniel hudgins & Ann McKown rosalyn carson-Dewitt Bethany United Methodist church Women Mt. Sylvan United Methodist church- rue cler harry M. hutson, Jr. Susan carter Blacknall Memorial presbyterian church Wesley class pulcinella A. Jennings hyman Nicholas & Diana celenza catholic Daughters of the Americas peace covenant church recreational equipment inc. Marie McGonagle Kehrl Mr. & Mrs. Joe chambliss congregation at Duke University chapel peace Missionary Baptist church regional Anesthesia Margaret Q. Keller Julie chappell croasdaile Village religious Life refiner's Fire Community Church rick Soles property Management, inc. robert Kokoska Lewis cheek Duke Memorial United Methodist church St. Joseph's episcopal church roys Kountry Kitchen Margaret Mathes Arturo & ellen ciompi Duke's chapel United Methodist church St. Luke's episcopal church Scientific properties Gail Mccormick Betty clark Durham congregations in Action St. paul United Methodist church- Shimar recycling, inc. Brad McDonald & Judy Orser Wesley class eno river Unitarian Universalist Fellowship cokesbury class Sitar india palace, LLc Jennifer McGovern & Steven Unruhe Loretta clyburn epworth United Methodist church St. Stephen's episcopal church Six plates J. horst & ruth Meyer Jeffrey collins First Presbyterian Church of Durham St. titus episcopal church thai cafe Mr. patrick J. Murphy, esq. James collins Grace Lutheran church World Overcomers christian church thai Lanna, inc. John & cynthia O'hara James & helen compton holy infant catholic church The Freelon Group, Inc. harry & Jane phillips elizabeth cottingham immaculate conception catholic church BUSInESS DOnORS $1000+ time Warner cable edward & caroline pritchett James coughlin McMannen United Methodist church Apogee Medical, inc. toast paninoteca Alan & Nancy proia emily cox Mt. Sylvan United Methodist church c. t. Wilson construction co., inc. torero's iV Mexican restaurant William reichert George crane parkwood United Methodist church Duke health Systems twisted Noodles corporation Kevin reily catherine crane pilgrim United church of christ of Durham The Financial Directions Group, Inc. tyler's restaurant & taproom Martha richardson Lucy credle 6 Jonathan cude Mark hopkins carolyn Oldham A. cooper & Joan Sykes Mr. & Mrs. Andrew cummings Dwayne huebner Daniel Oldman & catherine Starkweather David Szigety Mr. SAMMy hAithcOcK William Dahl Jack hughes Billy Olive John tallmadge & Michelle Nowlin Mr. ryan Fehrman Kenneth Dalsheimer & Marybeth Dugan William hutchings Bruce Olive herbert tatum, Jr. Lewis Dancy Mr. & Mrs. A.p. James George paddison Sarah taylor MrS. MAriLyN hArtMAN James & cooper Davidson Stephaine Jenkins elizabeth paley & Stefan Zauscher Alan teasley Carey Family Fund of TCF V.W. 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