JFCS East Bay FY17 Annual Report - Page 1



children
children
Volunteers
Other 81
Middle
Eastern 32
African 10
Afghan 140
African
American 1,314
African 31
Caucasian
302
“In the past year, I became
increasingly motivated
Latino 1,341
to help welcome refugees to our community.
I joined one of JFCS East Bay’s volunteer Welcome
Latino 446
revenue
Other 81
14%
18%
18%
25%
Middle
Eastern 85
Russian 36
Latino 446
18%
Latino 446
1,545 donors
Other 81
Middle
Eastern 32
African 10
Afghan 140
impacted
our community.
Russian 36
Susan
89
Legacy Society
members
Children & Parents
Refugees &
Immigrants
Seniors & Holocaust
Survivors
3%
2%African
31
Household
Items 19%
Diapers/
Baby
Gear 14%
Furniture 36%
64 collection
drives
gave back
to our community.
to support new refugees
and low-income families.
Middle
revenue
African
American 1,314
Other 81
Latino 1,341
Other 81
Middle
Eastern 32
African 10
Afghan 140
Latino 446
refugees
Other 67 African 14
Middle
Afghan 205
Eastern 32
Russian 36
Latino 446
revenue
14%
20%
refugees
Other 81
Middle
Eastern 32
11%
2% 3%
25%
Donations
Grants
Contracts
Medi-Cal/
Service Fees
Home Care Fees
Investment Income
Reserves
TOTAL REVENUE + RESERVES:
$6,815,446
revenue(pre-audit)
11%
5%
Infrastructure &
Russian 52
Latino 446
Agency Overview
revenue
African 10
Afghan 140
5%
Infrastructure
& 36
Russian
Management
Fundraising &
Marketing
Programs
56%
Other 67 African 14
Middle
14%
Afghan 205
Eastern 32
Children & Parents
30%
Refugees &
Immigrants
Seniors & Holocaust
Survivors
Russian 52
84%
Latino 446
Latino 446
TOTAL
CLIENTS: 5,950
TOTAL EXPENSES: $6,815,446
(pre-audit)
refugees
14%
Other 67 African 14
Middle
Afghan 205
Children & Parents
Eastern 32
30%
Refugees &
Immigrants
Seniors & Holocaust
2017)
Survivors
56%
volunteer
Household
Items 19%
Toiletries 18%
Management
Board of Directors (July1,
2016 to June 30,
Fundraising &
COMPASSION IN ACTION. COMMITMENT TO ALL. Diapers/
Judy David Bloomfield, President;
Marketing Joel ben Izzy, Vice President;
Baby
Programs
Gear 14%
Susan Adler-Bressler,
MD,
Secretary;
Sheldon
Kahn,
Treasurer;
Russian
52
84%
2484
Shattuck
Avenue,
Suite
210
Leyna Bernstein; Rachel Biale; Rabbi Steven A. Chester; Fred Feller;
Berkeley, CA 94704 / (510) 704-7475
Deena Levine-Lipsett; Alfred M. Norek; Paul Raskin; Katherine
Haynes Sanstad;
Latino 446
School
Supplies 13%
Susan Seeley, Ed.D.; Mira Spaulding; Harvey M. Weinstein, MD, MPH;
1855 Olympic
Avenue, Suite 200
Furniture 36%
Rochelle Zak, MD; Vicki Zatkin
Walnut Creek, CA 94596 / (925) 927-2000
Avi Rose, Executive Director
14%
65 Staff Members
+ 17 Board Members
+ 505 Volunteers
+ 1,545 Donors
+ You!
= 1 GOAL:
Afghan 140
Infrastructure &
Management
Fundraising &
Marketing
Programs
Asian/
Service Fees
South
Home Care Asian
Fees 124
Investment
Income
Caucasian
Reserves302
25%
Latino 1,341
ANNUAL REPORT 2016–17
Russian 36
African 10
32
in Eastern
donations
from
5%
11%
last year to this year.
Multi-Racial
154
20%
Middle
Eastern 85
COMPASSION IN ACTION. COMMITMENT TO ALL.
Caucasian
302
Please visit www.jfcs-eastbay.org/annual-report for a complete list of donors
and funders.
84%
School
Supplies 13%
505
volunteers
Donations
Grants
Asian/
Contracts
South
Medi-Cal/
Asian 124
Service Fees
Home Care Fees
Caucasian
Investment Income
302
Reserves
Asian/
South
Asian 124
13% increase
Donations
have made 14%
a commitment
Grants
future.
Contracts
to the agency’s
Medi-Cal/
18%
Latino 446
18%
Toiletries 18%
children
18%
18%
volunteer
Latino
25%1,341
revenue
Infrastructure &
Management
When the mom, Mariam, got pregnant with the family’s
third child, our volunteer group visited her
Fundraising &
frequently and helped get her to all her prenatal appointments.
I happened to be with Mariam when
Marketing
Programs
she went into labor, and ended up84%
staying with her and Abdul throughout the delivery process, rightRussian 52
up until when their new baby girl was born. In ways like this, we are helping refugees feel welcome.
Being involved means so much to me. I know I get way, way more out of thisLatino
than
446what I give.”
30%
14%
18%
Russian 36
14%
Middle
20%
Eastern 85
American 1,314
Afghan 140
It’s all stuff that helps them
figure out how to live in this
brand-new place.
Donations
Grants
Contracts
Medi-Cal/
Service Fees
Home Care Fees
Investment Income
Reserves
Vicki & Steve Zatkin
Eastern 32
Russian 36
Groups to work directly with an Afghan refugee
family. Getting to know and support this family is an
amazing experience. Some of what we do seems
refugees
pretty basic—driving them to appointments, taking
revenue
them shopping, showing them around
the neighborhood—but it’s all stuff that helps them figure out
Other 67 African 14
how to live in this brand-new place. We’ve also been able to do some really Middle
important
things—like
Afghanhelp
205
5%
Eastern
32
11%
the dad of the family, Abdul, get a job at a law firm in San Francisco.
delivered on Shabbat and
Jewish holidays to Holocaust
survivors and seniors.
Multi-Racial
154
African 31
2% 3%
Multi-Racial
154
African 10
Middle
Eastern 32
2% 3%
1,835 meals
African
American 1,314
African 31
“JFCS East Bay is one of the most important organizations in our community
446 work. The agency’s focus
and it needs our support to continue itsLatino
critical
on helping those in need reflects the core values of our Jewish community
and provides support for young and old. We are happy to give through the
children
agency’s annual campaign and legacy giving to sustain JFCS East Bay now
revenue
African 10
and
into
the
Other
81 future.” Afghan 140
African
Middle
Middle
Eastern 85
Asian/
South
Asian 124
56%
Afghan 140
Multi-Racial
154
Russian 36
20%
African 10
Community Support
Other 81
Middle
Eastern 32
www.jfcs-eastbay.org
volunteer
serving and standing up for
5,950 vulnerable people in our
East Bay community.
volunteer
Household
Items 19%
Toiletries 18%
To our community,
Diapers/
By any measure, this
Babyhas been a very unusual year.
Gear 14%
All our work—with children,
with seniors, with refugees, with families, with
Holocaust survivors—has been amplified by increased needs and intensified anxiety. Together with
our caring and generous
community, we have risen to the task, serving and standing up for the most
School
13%
Furniture 36%
vulnerable amongSupplies
us while
putting our core values—Compassion, Excellence, Inclusion, and Community—
into action on a daily basis.
This annual report presents a snapshot of our accomplishments, with examples from some of our wide
range of programs. It reflects a tremendous amount of heart, talent, and energy from hundreds of people:
our extraordinary staff, our dedicated board of directors, our hard-working volunteers, and all those who
generously support our work. We are all part of a 140-year-old story, continuing to serve our East Bay Jewish
community while extending ourselves to serve our wonderfully diverse East Bay community as a whole.
Please be inspired by our efforts, and join us as we write the next chapters in the years to come.
Best,
Avi Rose
Executive Director
Judy David Bloomfield
Board President





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