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Annual Meeting March 9, 2010 WELCOME!. 3 days per week, 7:30 am – 5:30 pm Extensive outreach to community Contract ended with City of Oak Harbor 12/31/09.

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1 Annual Meeting March 9, 2010 WELCOME!

2 3 days per week, 7:30 am – 5:30 pm Extensive outreach to community Contract ended with City of Oak Harbor 12/31/09 Daybreak continues in 2010 with North Whidbey Caregivers Cove, a new non-profit Adult Day Services – Daybreak in Oak Harbor Kristi Huffman, Program Director

3 4 days per week, 10:00 – 2:00 pm - at maximum capacity with 5 th day beginning in April 1955 service days, 37 clients served 2009 donation from area churches $2,000 Free Caregiver Support/Education Workshops established twice monthly. Adult Day Services – Time Together at Bayview Hestia Laitala, Program Director

4 50 units in Coupeville, HUD Section 8/202 development All units rented with waiting list Tenants pay 30% of adjusted gross income after medical expenses deducted 3 units totally redone floors (carpets & tile) 4 units painted, 3 units new windows Puget Sound Energy did electrical conservation package including installing low energy lights throughout entire complex, low flow water heads on all faucets and blew in insulation in attic. CamBey Apartments Brad Musgrove, Program Director

5 6190 information contacts 1541 assistance contacts 221 case management clients /more clients with mental health diagnosis Two half time positions turned full time. One case manager/one case aide Additional $30,000 from NWRC for case mgt Powerful Tools for Care Givers Authorized $40k in home modifications to keep clients in their homes. Information & Assistance and Case Management Linda Bonny, Program Director

6 87,829 meals served (85,072 in 2008) 6 dining rooms in County, meals on wheels, liquid meals and emergency meals Oak Harbor Daycare Closure, Greenbank Flood New MOWS Van through Boeing Grant 121 volunteers, 8,568 hours – drivers, servers Nutrition Meals on Wheels and Congregate Meals Sites Debbie Metz, Program Director

7 Over a thousand seniors use Center monthly; membership on the rise Change of generations continues New Activities: kayaking, sailing, health-oriented education, writing, legal clinic Bayview Center is at capacity Changes in trip program: Variations to attract younger seniors, including more cultural activity Major events: Volunteer Lunch, Summerfest, Fall Dinner South Whidbey-Bayview Senior Center Elizabeth Harris, Program Director

8 End of contract with Sound Publishing 3/09 Interim May and June “Senior Currents” Bi-monthly “The Guide” launched July-August Mailed to all 55+ households from Coupeville south (5500 total) and to all SSIC members – much positive feedback. Delivered to a number of sites in Oak Harbor The Guide Newsletter Betty Freeman, Editor Laura Camby, Designer

9 Health Insurance Counseling 5 volunteer counselors, 2 volunteer admin 370 clients (up 39% over 2008), 1148 hours of counseling Bayview, WG Hospital, Telephone Ongoing training by WA State Insurance Commissioner’s staff $5661 annual support from State SHIBA Jack Wood, Program Director

10 Revenues: $731,252 best year ever, up $34,000 Net Revenue: $283,220 up $61,551 (2008) Paying Customers 57,943 up 3,593 from 2008 Store open 7 days/week for 9 months Donations at all-time high (over 430,000) Many large donations (totem pole, Pike Place Pig, boat, trailer and car) 16,788 volunteer hours PSE Energy Efficiency Rebate Program Community Thrift Store Tandi Roberts, Store Manager

11 1283 trips, miles 56 volunteers 3666 hours of service 35 trips denied for lack of drivers Suggestion donation project is continued success, $2600+ more than 2008 Other chores: grocery shopping, in and outside work at clients residences Volunteer Chore/Medicaid Transportation Pat Weekley, Program Director

12 2009 Revenue Sources

13 2009 Government Grants Received

14 2009 Program Expenditures

15 Two new program directors hired: Elizabeth Harris – Bayview Center Director, Leigh Anderson – Finance Director Active participation in South Whidbey HELP Network Project Lifesaver – initial grant from PLI Space requirements study completed for new South Whidbey Senior/Community Center United Way grant increase ($20,000 from $14,000) Progress Report Farrell Fleming, Executive Director

16 Maintained existing programs and staffing in difficult economic times Increase in membership 1,219 (Feb 2010) from 1,164 (Dec 2009) Increase in Annual Campaign donations to $44,905 up $7,500 from 2009 Effective search process for new executive director (125 contacts – 35 full applications) Progress Report Farrell Fleming, Executive Director

17 Establish Foundation as an effective fundraising arm of SSIC focusing on large gifts and capital grants New South Whidbey Senior/Community Center New fundraising events and strategies New strategic plan Strengthen the developing SW Help Network Plans – 2010 and beyond Farrell Fleming, Executive Director

18 Maintain existing programs and staffing in difficult economic times Cooperative programs with WICA, Colleges, Whidbey Institute, etc. Redesigned website with many capabilities New Executive Director Plans – continued Farrell Fleming, Executive Director

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