Moving Forward

2015 Annual Report

Our Mission

Our Mission

To prevent HIV infections, support and empower people living with or affected by HIV, and eliminate HIV-related stigma and health disparities.

Letter

Letter from our Executive Director Executive Director Photo

Looking back on CAP’s thirty years, it’s easy to focus on the thousands of lives we’ve improved and the many thousands of cases of HIV prevented. But no successful organization can afford to rest solely on its accomplishments.

Equally important to our history is our future and ongoing ability to provide a comprehensive set of programs and services that meet the needs of the communities we serve. For that reason, this annual report’s theme is Moving Forward.

Over the last year, CAP has been hard at work planning and preparing for our future success and sustainability. We have been examining the shifting landscape and creating a business plan that will allow CAP to diversify and grow our funding, increase our organizational capacity, and pave a path forward in a new era of HIV for the traditional HIV service organization.

Recognizing the powerful correlation between HIV and factors such as race, ethnicity, sexual identity, gender, and more, CAP has drafted and adopted a health equity plan. The plan sets five strategic imperatives to frame CAP’s work over the next two years and defines CAP’s role in health equity as providing low-barrier, culturally-affirming services to increase access to care, build coalitions across sectors, empower communities, and advocate for systemic change.

We are moving forward in HIV prevention by adding new 4th-generation HIV testing technology as well as PrEP information and referrals to our prevention toolbox. We are strengthening our reach into the communities of color living east of Portland and ways to best engage the trans* community in prevention and access to care.

We recognize that people living with HIV require different levels of service. So, while we continue offering case management and one-on-one intensive assistance through peer mentors, navigators, and CareLink, we also have established a Client Service Center that offers a quick way to get assistance with orientation to CAP services, employment or housing applications, short-term rent assistance for those who qualify, and connections to community resources.

For 30 years, CAP has led the fight against HIV in Oregon and Southwest Washington.

Thank you for being part of our community as we move forward.

Tyler TerMeer
Executive Director

Making a Difference

“Within eight months, I went from arriving to a new town with nothing; to being housed and working full time. And I owe all this to CAP and the Service Center. I am and will always be grateful for their support and the opportunities that were given to me.”

Making a Difference

Photo: Caring for the Highest Risk People

As HIV research has evolved, so has CAP’s approach to HIV prevention and education. Two important ways we are engaging those living with HIV and those most at risk for contracting HIV are Treatment as prevention (TasP) and PreExposure Prophylaxis (PrEP).

TasP refers to engaging individuals living with HIV in medical care and antiretroviral medications to decrease the risk of HIV transmission.

Recent research shows that HIV-positive people who are in medical care and take medication as prescribed are 96% less likely to transmit HIV sexually.

Unfortunately, national studies show that only about 45% of Americans living with HIV are in consistent medical care.

At CAP, our goal is to test for HIV so that we can diagnose as many people as possible, and link those who test positive to care, treatment, and other essential services they need to live a healthy life. With programs like CareLink, we can help ensure that clients experiencing the challenges of an HIV diagnosis have the support they need to find and remain in medical care.

Another development in HIV prevention is PrEP. PrEP is a medication that, when taken regularly before sexual contact, can prevent someone from becoming infected with HIV. For some people, PrEP might be an important prevention tool. Toward that end, we’ve developed a database of PrEP providers who are LGBTQ friendly, and we’re familiar with Oregon’s health insurance plans and PrEP. Our prevention specialists are all trained to talk about PrEP’s advantages and drawbacks.

HIV prevention research is not standing still, and neither is CAP in its continuing efforts to prevent HIV.

Photo: Innovations in Prevention

As HIV research has evolved, so has CAP’s approach to HIV prevention and education. Two important ways we are engaging those living with HIV and those most at risk for HIV are through Treatment as prevention (TasP) and Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP).

TasP refers to engaging individuals living with HIV medical care and antiretroviral medications to decrease the risk of HIV transmission. Recent research shows that HIV-positive people who are in medical care and take medication as prescribed are 96% less likely to transmit HIV sexually. Unfortunately, national studies show that only about 45% of Americans living with HIV are in consistent medical care.

At CAP, our goal is to test for HIV so that we can diagnose as many people as possible, and link those who test positive to care, treatment, and other essential services they need to live a healthy life. With programs like CareLink, we can help ensure that clients experiencing the challenges of an HIV diagnosis have the support they need to find and remain in medical care.

Another development in HIV prevention is PrEP. PrEP is a medication that, when taken regularly before sexual contact, can prevent someone from becoming infected with HIV. For some people, PrEP might be an important prevention tool. Toward that end, we’ve developed a database of PrEP providers who are LGBTQ friendly, and we’re familiar with Oregon’s health insurance plans and PrEP. Our prevention specialists are all trained on talking about PrEP’s advantages and drawbacks. Additionally, CAP was recently funded to hire a full-time PrEP coordinator to serve as access points for community members. They will educate about what PrEP is, how to pay for PrEP, and offer adherence support services once the prescription is obtained.

HIV prevention research is not standing still, and neither is CAP in its continuing efforts to prevent HIV.

Photo: Support from Our Community

CAP is first and foremost a community-oriented organization. We serve the community, and we rely upon the community to support us. Our fundraising events comprise about $1.2 million of CAP’s budget.

Heroes of HIV
This year, CAP kicked off its Heroes of HIV luncheon honoring community members and corporate partners who have made a significant contribution to the fight against HIV. Our inaugural event honored long-time CAP volunteer, Kevin Cook; our largest corporate partner, Nike; and HIV researcher, Dr. Louis Picker.

Art Auction
To celebrate CAP’s 30th anniversary, we took this year’s Art Auction back to one of our favorite venues from past years, Montgomery Park. As always, CAP received the generous support of the arts community, including both artists and area gallery owners. Not only was the event stupendously fun, we raised $600,000 to support our work.

AIDS Walk
AIDS Walk Portland 2015 raised nearly $450,000 and showcased incredible community spirit as nearly 7,000 people from all walks of life came together to increase awareness, fight stigma, and educate the community that HIV has not gone away. Please join us for the 30th AIDS Walk Portland on Saturday, September 10, 2016.

Volunteers

Volunteers

Our volunteers come with open hearts and minds to serve others in their community.

CAP simply could not get the work done without them. In fiscal year 2015, 620 people contributed 20,350 hours of service to CAP with a value of $548,000.

CAP attracts an increasingly diverse volunteer population: 39% represent communities of color, 68% identify as gay, bisexual or queer, and nineteen individuals identify as transgender (more than double the previous year) and two identify as intersex. Our volunteers have a huge impact on our community:

Helping people learn their HIV status

Making testing easy and accessible has many benefits: one-on-one risk reduction planning and sexual health education; connection with services and better health for those who test positive; and normalization of testing for everyone. Volunteers perform 25% of all of our HIV tests. That’s more than 1,000 tests a year.

Connecting people living with HIV to resources

Client Service Center volunteers help clients with housing and employment searches as well as referrals to other agencies and programs.

Creating a future without HIV-related stigma

Volunteers who give educational talks through our Speakers Bureau or help run our Camp KC for kids affected or infected by HIV are busting myths, sharing good sexual health messages, and supporting the next generation to be less impacted by HIV.

Raising HIV awareness

AIDS Walk Portland is CAP’s biggest annual fundraiser, and the nearly 300 volunteers at the Walk further raise the visibility of those affected by HIV and remind the public that the disease still demands a response.

By the Numbers

2015 at CAP by the Numbers

Housing & Supportive Services

Housing is healthcare. Securing a home and help meeting basic needs such as food and work leads to better health and a lower likelihood of transmitting HIV. In fiscal year 2015, CAP provided Housing and Support Services to 1,261 people.

By the Numbers: Housing and Supportive Services
By the Numbers: Housing and Supportive Services

Prevention & Education

The best way to prevent HIV is to teach people how to prevent themselves from contracting HIV, and engage those who are already positive in ongoing medical care. In fiscal year 2015:

By the Numbers: Prevention and Education
By the Numbers: Prevention and Education

Board of Directors

Board of Directors

Photo: Robert Lusk, MD

Robert Lusk, MD

President

Photo: Robert Goman

Robert Goman

Vice President

Photo: Nancy Haigwood

Nancy Haigwood

Secretary

Photo: Jason Jurjevich

Jason Jurjevich

Treasurer

Photo: Elise Brickner-Shulz

Elise Brickner-Shulz

At Large member

Photo: Warren Jimenez

Warren Jimenez

At Large Member

Photo: Leo Channing Bancroft

Leo Channing Bancroft

Photo: Kurt Beadell

Kurt Beadell

Photo: Brian Buck

Brian Buck

Photo: M. Lamar Bryant, Jr., MD

M. Lamar Bryant, Jr., MD

Photo: Karol Collymore

Karol Collymore

Photo: Paul Hempel

Paul Hempel

Photo: Edwin Kietzman

Edwin Kietzman

Photo: Tawnie Nelson

Tawnie Nelson

Photo: William T. Patton

William T. Patton

Photo: Judge Susan Svetkey

Judge Susan Svetkey

2015 Donors

2015 Donors

$20,000 & Above

  • Alpha Media
  • Anonymous
  • Chevron Corporation
  • Bill Dickey
  • GlaxoSmithKline
  • Paul Hempel & Bruce Newman
  • Kaiser Permanente
  • LANpro Solutions LLC
  • MAC AIDS Fund
  • Nike Inc.
  • Nordstrom, Inc.
  • Spirit Mountain Community Fund
  • Stoel Rives LLP
  • Marc Walters & Rick Cassar
  • Wells Fargo
  • Yahoo!

$10,000 to $19,999

  • Kelsey Anglin | One Source Strategies
  • Equity Foundation
  • FamilyCare, Inc.
  • Fred Meyer Stores, Inc.
  • Genentech
  • Gilead Sciences Inc.
  • Robert Goman
  • Nancy Haigwood & Andy McNiece
  • Hotel Monaco
  • Dale Hottle
  • Heather & Tod Killough
  • Kevin Komos
  • Kate Lieber & Monique Matheson
  • Dr. Robert Lusk & Christopher Bailey
  • Macy's Inc.
  • David Morris
  • Oregon Health & Science University
  • Radler, White, Parks & Alexander LLP
  • Simpatica Catering & Dining Hall
  • The Standard

$5,000 to $9,999

  • Dr. Katie Ball | Bling Dental
  • Bamboo Sushi
  • Bob Lanphere Infiniti
  • Dr. Lamar Bryant & Ty Stober
  • Chihuly Studio
  • Clear Channel Outdoor
  • Brooks & Dorothy Cofield
  • David Dransfield
  • Family Health International
  • Food in Bloom
  • Warren & Katherine Jimenez
  • Joseph E. Weston Public Foundation
  • Mary J. Josephson
  • Dan Kyle
  • E. Kramer & K. Oelrich | Learning.com
  • Ramsey McPhillips
  • Jeff Miller & Will Carter
  • Miller Nash Graham & Dunn LLP
  • Chris & Shelly Minoza
  • OnPoint Community Credit Union
  • Rose E. Tucker Charitable Trust
  • Scandals Lounge & Restaurant, Inc.
  • State of Oregon - Parks and Recreation Department
  • Susan Svetkey & Stephen Houze
  • Travelers Insurance
  • TriMet
  • Vibrant Table Catering
  • Wells Fargo William Barnhart Center
  • Tiffany Weston
  • Dr. Brian & Susan Wong

$2,500 to $4,999

  • 23Hoyt
  • American Spirits and Wine
  • MJ Anderson
  • Arlene Schnitzer Trust
  • Autzen Foundation
  • Kurt Beadell
  • Tina & Mike Blackwell
  • Jim Bomay
  • Broadway Cares|Equity Fights AIDS
  • Buchanan Angeli Altschul & Sullivan, LLP
  • Leslie Ann Butler
  • Cambia Health Foundation
  • Jorge & Elizabeth Casimiro
  • Justin Cates & Dustin Zimmerman
  • Circle Triangle Square
  • City of Hillsboro
  • David Cone
  • April A. Coppini
  • Kathleen Cosgrove
  • Tom Cramer
  • Cupcake Jones | Lisa Watson & Peter Shanky
  • Curry County HIV Task Force
  • Tracy Curtis & Rick Nagore
  • Lesley & Erik Daley
  • Christopher David Experience Design
  • Ren De Luna & David Frias
  • EC Brown Foundation
  • Blake Ellis
  • Alex England
  • Tamara English
  • Funhouse Lounge
  • Gerding Edlen
  • Brian & Jennifer Gerritz
  • Calvin Harrison
  • Quinton Hawks & Michael Sauer
  • Sean Healy
  • IBM Corporation
  • Darrell Jones
  • Kevin Kadar
  • Erik Kilgore & Jared Pierce
  • Paul Krouss
  • Lane Powell PC
  • Legacy Health System
  • John Lusk
  • James Minden
  • Multnomah County
  • Dan & Carolyn O'Doherty
  • William Park
  • William Patton
  • Jim & Bonnie Pavel
  • Pfizer Inc.
  • Portland General Electric
  • Pride Financial Partners
  • Providence Health & Services
  • Greg Ridge
  • Timothy Rivetti
  • Joan & Thomas Ryan
  • Andrea R. Schwartz-Feit
  • Silverado
  • Anna Skibska
  • Laura Stepp & Anne Hoot
  • Travel Portland
  • U.S. Bank
  • United Way of the Columbia-Willamette
  • University of Oregon
  • Urban Farmer Restaurant
  • Vigor Industrial LLC
  • Walgreens Specialty Pharmacy
  • Stephen D. Walter
  • Rick Watkins
  • Sherrie J. Wolf
  • Danny Wu
  • Kris Young & Sheila Nocum

$1,000 to $2,499

  • A Cena Ristorante
  • Dina Alexander
  • Janet Amundson - Splidsboel
  • Jim Armstrong
  • Augen Gallery
  • Komo Bains
  • Leo Bancroft
  • Tom Barreto & Brian Sinclair
  • Bennett Barsch & John Schremp
  • Tangie Belmore
  • Heather Beusse-Eberhardt
  • Brent Blackwell
  • Ed Bonilla & Brian Hennes
  • Kate Bowman
  • Mark Bradshaw
  • Amy & Michael Caplan
  • CC Slaughters
  • Mark Clift
  • Darryl Conser
  • Kevin Cook
  • Catherine Cooney
  • Matthew O. Cosby
  • Claire Cowie
  • Ron Cronin
  • Gwen Davidson
  • Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation
  • Jeff Estill
  • Jennifer Eudy & Trent Thelen
  • Kyle Evans
  • Sally Finch
  • Chris D. Foster
  • Dirk Fournier & Efrain Lopez
  • Framing Resource
  • Neal Franzer
  • Kristin Fritz
  • Marsha Gabehart
  • Gallery 903
  • Gregory, Heather & Graham Gerritz
  • Susan Gerritz
  • Michael Giavanti
  • JoAnn Gilles
  • Joe Grandy
  • CJ Grub
  • Richard Gruetter
  • Korey Gulbrandson
  • John Halseth & Robin Castro
  • Jeff Hamm
  • Kris Hargis
  • Shannon Hartwell
  • Don Hartwig
  • Stephen Hayes
  • Lane Hickey
  • Hilton Porto Terra
  • Sarah Horowitz
  • Jed Hudson
  • Kerstin & Josh Husbands
  • ICF Consulting Group, Inc.
  • Imperial Sovereign Rose Court of Oregon
  • International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers
  • J. Wrigley Vineyard
  • J.D. Fulwiler & Co. Insurance
  • Bruce & Andy Jamison-LeGere
  • Patricia Jamison
  • Brian Johnson
  • David & Eileen Johnson
  • Jonathan Hanlon
  • David Kahl & Mark Holloway
  • Michael Kaplan
  • Allan Karsk
  • Megan Kavanaugh
  • Robert Kennedy
  • Christos Koutsouras
  • Justin & Jennifer Leonard
  • Levi Strauss Foundation
  • Joanne Lim-Pousard
  • Lincoln City VCB
  • Joseph Lindquist
  • Chris Lordino & Jason Hyde, MD
  • Celia Lyon
  • MAC Cosmetics
  • Adella MacDonald
  • Julia Mangold
  • Herman & Andi Marenstein
  • Mary & Wells Marshall
  • Christopher Mathie
  • Michael McBreen
  • McKesson Foundation
  • Barbara Mclean
  • McMenamins Inc.
  • Microsoft Matching Corporation
  • Wayne Miya
  • David Mork
  • Gregg Moss
  • Jim Neidhardt
  • Kelly Neidig
  • Dana & Long Nguyen
  • Dan Northrup
  • Darcy O'Loughlin & Tonya L. Wesley
  • Craig Olson
  • Christopher Paille
  • Peter & Benjamin Parisot
  • Joseph Park
  • Anton Pavlenko
  • Pediatric Associates of the Northwest, P.C.
  • Susanne & Stanley Penkin
  • Jennifer H. Pepin
  • Arthur Pfund
  • Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America
  • Piece of Cake
  • Planned Parenthood Columbia Willamette
  • Ron Polluconi
  • Portland Art Museum - Rental Sales Gallery
  • Portland Trail Blazers
  • Mike Potter
  • Steven Prenzlauer
  • Jim Prichard
  • Tom Prochaska
  • Eduardo Puelma
  • Barbara Radler
  • Regional Arts & Culture Council
  • Rita J. Robillard
  • Bradley Rogers
  • Fred Ross
  • Colin Rowan
  • Paul Rutz
  • Mike Ryan & Joe Monteil
  • Ken Salaman & Jay Harter
  • Salesforce.com Foundation
  • Karen Schartman
  • Robert G. Schlegel
  • Bill Seebert
  • Prashant Shankar
  • Gail Shibley
  • Scott Showalter
  • Silicon Valley Community Foundation
  • Robert Simon & Magdalena Cynkutis-Simon
  • Peter Skirvin
  • Slalom LLC
  • Nona Soltero
  • Kat Sowa
  • Larry & Pat Strausbaugh
  • Quin Sweetman
  • Tyler TerMeer & Tim Montgomery
  • Kim Terry
  • The Daily Cafe in the Pearl
  • The Original: A Dinerant
  • The Rosenberg Family Fund
  • The Vancouver Clinic
  • Terry K. Thompson
  • Three Degrees
  • Tim Thunder
  • Hap Tivey
  • Pamela Trezevant
  • Ronald Taylor
  • Elizabeth Vales
  • Benjamin Vazquez
  • Visa Giving Station
  • Anthony Watson
  • Jacqueline Wells
  • West Coast Drape
  • Rachelle Wilde
  • Amy Williams
  • Vicky Wilson
  • Jeremy Young & Don Lapke
  • Youngberg Hill Vineyards & Inn
  • Gregory Zerwekh
  • Jason Zimmerman
  • Luisa Zini

$500 to $999

  • Doug Adair
  • Michael Allport
  • Ryan Alverdes
  • American Federation of Government Employees
  • Margie Antico
  • Bill Baily
  • Amy Bauman
  • Jane & Spencer Beebe
  • Katrina Bell
  • Jennifer Bendall
  • Benson Industries LLC
  • Ruth Bentley
  • Jason Berlin
  • Josh Billeter & Jennifer Yocom
  • Chuck E. Bloom
  • Elise & Gary Brickner-Schulz
  • Carole Brock
  • Tamela Brown
  • Kurt Brunswick
  • Paul & Shelly Buchanan
  • Buffalo Wild Wings
  • Sheryn Bullis
  • Wayne Bund
  • Michelle Butler
  • Kathleen Caprario
  • Yoshua Casey
  • Katje Chiller
  • Tony Cirino
  • Oscar Clark
  • Jeanie & Amanda Coleman & Family
  • Walter Cole
  • Cecy Colichon
  • Brian Conaghan
  • Emily Counts
  • Jonnel M. Covault
  • John Crawford
  • Terry & Peggy Crawford
  • Crush
  • Nancy Cuevas
  • Kieran Curley
  • Marianne Daly & Colleen Kragness
  • Jeremy O. Davis
  • Darren Davis
  • Eric Dishman
  • DuBois Law Group LLC
  • Lauren Eulau & Paul Schneider
  • Wes Evans
  • Joe Feddersen
  • Shawn Ferguson
  • Nick Fish
  • Arthur Fortuna
  • Mitchell Freifeld
  • Doug Friend
  • Julianne Furr
  • James Galloway
  • William Gilliland
  • Goodwill Industries
  • Peter & Barbara Gottschalk
  • Daniel Granias
  • Danelle Green
  • Cliff Green
  • Dr. John Griffin
  • Jo Grishman
  • Dave Gutschmidt
  • Banjamin Haga
  • Felisa Hagins
  • William Halleran
  • Jeffrey Hamburger
  • Luz Maria Hernandez
  • Jani Hoberg
  • Dawn Holt
  • Jim Hunt
  • Independence Northwest
  • Erika James
  • JetBlue Airlines
  • Jennifer Joyce
  • Eileen S. Kane
  • Stanley & Joanne Kaplan
  • John Kenagy
  • John Kennedy
  • Alissa Keny-Guyer
  • Marcine Kment
  • Anna Kodesch
  • Todd Koopman
  • Lindsay J. Kretchun
  • Michael Krupa
  • Brandi Kyle
  • La Provence
  • Liberty Mutual
  • Steven Lien
  • James Lindquist & Eric Sandstrom
  • Gabriel Liston
  • Jim Lommasson
  • Miroslav & Jasena Lovric
  • Casey Lucas
  • Melissa Lund
  • Anna Magruder
  • Vincent Manalo
  • Michael Mathison
  • Anne H. Mavor
  • Katherine McCoy
  • Joanne S. Mehl
  • Tracie Mesa
  • Peter Miller
  • Eduardo Moreno
  • Jeffrey Morgan
  • Lawrence Morrell
  • John Motter
  • William Motter
  • Kevin, Lindsay, & Anne Murphy
  • Holly Nelson
  • Thu Nguyen
  • Ninkasi Brewery
  • Rob Nosse
  • Kate O'Neil
  • Anthony Onorati
  • Tatyana Ostapenko
  • Melody Owen
  • Pabst Brewing Company
  • Jon Palanuk
  • Jim Parker
  • Kate & Timothy Peters
  • Duc Phan
  • Zora Phoenix
  • Tony Pop
  • Portland Leather Alliance
  • Portland Rent All - The Party Place
  • Candace Primack
  • Red E Café
  • Redwing Bar & Grill
  • Daniel Reid
  • Richard & Mary Rosenberg Charitable Foundation
  • April Richardson
  • Jack Rickli
  • Christopher Ritchey
  • Rose City Medical, LLC
  • Bethany Rowland
  • Sheila Ryan
  • Mary Salisbury-Lizen
  • Sandbox Studio
  • Debra Schleiger
  • Sabrina Schmeck
  • Nancy Schmugge
  • Ryan Schumann
  • Schwab Charitable Fund
  • Seaport Airlines, Inc.
  • Timothy Sieber
  • Sara Siestreem
  • Will Simonds & Robert North
  • Caryn Sipos
  • David Slader
  • Toni Smith
  • Bob Speltz & Dwight Adkins
  • Samantha Swaim & Kristin Steele
  • Philip Suttelstad
  • John Swaner
  • Frances Tenderella & Jim Foote
  • The Research and Education Group
  • Craig Thomsen & Bill Butcher
  • John & Helen Townes
  • Reid L. Trevarthen
  • Don & Sue Trotter
  • True Summit Group LLC
  • TRUiST
  • United Health Group Campaign Match
  • Upfor
  • Chris Vasquez
  • Alex Volckhausen
  • Rachel E. Warkentin
  • Charles Washington & Quan Tran
  • Donna L. Watson
  • Trevor Weisenfluh
  • Caitlin & Gabe Wells
  • West Café
  • Laela Wilding & Michael Todd McMurray
  • Douglas Winter
  • Percy Wise
  • Vinh Wong
  • Ryan W. Woodring
  • Bradley Wulf
  • Jennifer Wyant
  • Xtabay Vintage Inc.
  • Jackie Yerby
  • Zipcar

$250 to $499

  • Ted Adams
  • Advanced Wellness PDX
  • Carole Alexander
  • Art Anderson & Tim Moriaty
  • Chadwick Anderson
  • Caleidi Anetherzine
  • Michelle Araguas
  • Oscar Arana
  • Judith Arcana
  • J Arndt
  • Adam Bacher
  • Stephanie Backman
  • Shelley Bailey & Gary Lundgren
  • Jason Ball
  • Matthew Barry & Jenny Roche
  • Rick Bartow
  • Nicholas Baulne
  • BCD Travel
  • Terrence Bean
  • Kip Beardsley
  • Jesse Beason
  • Greg Bee
  • Emily Bellos
  • Mary Berghaus
  • Betty Berghaus
  • Hans Bernard & Kiel Dowlin
  • Ron Bertolucci
  • Bittner & Hahs, P.C.
  • Blue Collar Baking Company
  • Eric Bonura
  • Daniel Borgen
  • Jerry Brask
  • Henry Buchanan
  • Rebecca Buchanan
  • Cate Burnstead
  • Heather Buss
  • Paul Byrtus
  • Pablo D. Caceres
  • Donna & Alice Chang
  • Kurtis Clark
  • Reed Clarke
  • Miguel Cobian
  • Columbia Distributing Company
  • Consumer Cellular
  • Claudette Cooper
  • Kent Copeland
  • Sean Cosgriff
  • Courtyard by Marriott Portland City Center
  • Casey Cox
  • Jennifer Crawford
  • Seth Crawford
  • Kurt Dahlke
  • Gordon Dale
  • Brad Delay
  • Kevin Deneen
  • Don Dickerson
  • Edward Dietrich
  • Jeneen Doumitt & Ben Haga
  • Allen Draper
  • David Duncan
  • Corin Dupree & Jett & Pete Black
  • Christine L. Eagon
  • Einstein Bros Bagels
  • Priscilla Elder
  • Eleanor Erskine
  • Scott Erwert
  • Sarah Erwin
  • Chris Evans
  • Laura Fallon-Burns
  • Mike Feely
  • Kristy Fleming
  • Kory Floyd
  • Ken Fortin
  • Jerry Fortner & Anthony Giusa
  • Elizabeth Fosterman
  • Jerald Fox
  • Tim Franklin
  • John Fritz
  • Charles Froelick & Bryce Dugan
  • Lawrence Furnstahl
  • Eric Garcia
  • Brian Garramone
  • Kari Garza
  • LeeAnn Gauthier
  • Give With Liberty Employee Donations
  • Stephen Glenn
  • Dan Goman
  • Katie Goodwin
  • Laura Graham
  • Judy Graves
  • Jennifer Gray
  • Marisa D. Green
  • Bryan Grimes
  • Annette Gurdjian
  • Harriett & Andy Guthrie
  • Carl Hallsted
  • Carl Halvorson
  • Jonathan Hanisits
  • James Hansen
  • Andrew Harbison
  • Kevin Heffernan
  • Wolf Hentschel
  • Megan Henzel
  • Arron Heriford
  • Yuji Hiratsuka
  • Kristina Holm
  • Maurice Horn & George Soule
  • J Scott Hoskins
  • Josh Howton
  • Johnny Huang
  • Chip Hudson
  • Israel Hughes
  • Imogen Gallery
  • Intel Corporation
  • Interior Office Solutions
  • Irving Street Kitchen
  • Sandi Johnson
  • Sean Johnson
  • Alan Jones
  • Marilyn Joyce
  • Jason Jurjevich
  • Karl Kaiser
  • Laurie Kash
  • Jane Keating
  • Kelly Keigwin
  • Judge Kemp & Eric Schnell
  • Ann Kendellen
  • Hyunju Kim
  • Kyle Kraiter
  • David Krasnove
  • Lakeside Sports Facilities, LLC | The Courts
  • Eric Lancaster
  • Martha Lee
  • David Levine
  • Stuart Allen Levy
  • Kurtiss Lofstrom
  • Ivy Lumpkin
  • Gary Lundgren
  • Christa Maddox
  • Dean Maehlum
  • Sterling Marsh
  • David Marshall
  • Thomas Mathews
  • Gregory Mayes
  • David L McBride
  • Larry & Mona McBride
  • James McDonald, Johnny Walker & Family
  • Everett McElveen
  • Peter Michel
  • Scott Miler
  • Dan Miller
  • Moda Health
  • Randy A. Moe
  • Stephen Montecucco
  • Cindy Moore
  • Jessica More
  • Ken Morrison
  • Margaret Mowery
  • Joe Murray
  • Pamela Neferkara
  • Tawnie Nelson
  • Jennifer Newberry
  • Brad & Catherine Newman
  • Matt Norbeck
  • Michael ODell
  • Mary O'Neal
  • Shawn S. Ormsby
  • Eunice Parsons
  • Paul Mitchell The School Portland
  • John Paulk
  • Daniel Peabody
  • George Perrou
  • Karen Petersen
  • Paul & Rachel Phillips
  • Michelle Plambeck
  • Portland Community College
  • Portland Integrated Health and Sports Medicine
  • MaryAnn Puls
  • Marlie Ranslam
  • Anne & John Rarick
  • Danielle Reghi
  • Hyosuk Rhee
  • Josh & Kat Rosenbaum
  • Joanne Ross
  • Linda Rothchild Ollis
  • Ted Ruback
  • Dawn Salgado
  • Isaac Samsa
  • Patricia Santrock & Tom Bucht
  • Kelly Saxton
  • Wilder Schmaltz
  • Don Schwartz
  • Lorah Sebastian & Donald MacLane
  • Dustin Shanky
  • Ruth Shannon
  • David Shapiro
  • Sharon Brothers
  • Ariel Shattan & Phil Jansen
  • Mary Shaw
  • James & Annette Sisk
  • Lee Ann Slawson
  • Linda Sloan
  • Sunny A Smith
  • Nathan Smith
  • Brett Smythe
  • Melchor Solis
  • Renee Spears
  • Scott Stafford
  • Bryan Steelman
  • Strategy Event Management, LLC
  • Dana Sullivan & David Schell
  • Ian Sundahl
  • Mid-Columbia Surgical Specialists
  • Paul Szczerowski
  • Sara Tabbert
  • Ross Taylor & Diane Cullison-Taylor
  • Jerusha Taylor
  • The Body Shop Washington Square
  • Gary Thill
  • Lyndia Thomas
  • Shane Thornley
  • Paul Tibbits
  • Becky Tom
  • Luis Torres & Benjamin Gerritz
  • Christine Toth
  • Shannan & Michael Troyer
  • Herbert Trubo
  • Under U 4 Men Inc.
  • United Medical Group PC
  • Donald Valerio
  • Mark Van Patten
  • Kurt Van Vlack
  • Jose Vithayathil
  • Debi Walery
  • Washington County Commission | Administration
  • Ryan Wayman
  • Barbara Wayson & Michael Wyman
  • Rashawn Webster
  • Randall Welch
  • C.T. Wells Jr.
  • Darwin Whaley
  • Chrise White
  • Anna Wilson & Deborah McGrath
  • David & Joan Witter
  • Robert Wolf
  • Peter Wong
  • Jen Zelinski
  • Jennifer Zika
Financials

Financials

Statement of Revenues & Expenditure

Revenue - July 1, 2014 - June 30, 2015
Federal, State & Local Government Contracts $4,494,269
Contributions & Grants 410,719
In-kind Contributions of Products & Services 327,702
Special Events, net of direct expenses 635,122
Investment Return 24,790
Total Revenue $5,892,602
Expenses--July 1, 2014 - June 30, 2015
Housing & Support Services $2,917,849
Prevention & Education Services 1,606,889
Advocacy & Public Policy 15,817
Management & General 535,937
Financial Development 659,262
Total Expenses $5,735,754
Increase in Net Assets $156,848
Balance Sheet--June 30, 2015 FY 2015 Expenses
Assets
Cash and cash equivalents $1,600,822
Investments 335,874
Government Contract Payments Receivable 626,919
Contributions & Private Grants Receivable 73,539
Deposits & Prepaid Expenses 107,355
Furniture & Equipment 125,851
Total Assets $2,870,360
Liabilities and Net Assets
Liabilities
Accounts Payable & Accured Expenses $164,304
Accrued Payroll & Related Expenses 135,020
Deferred Revenue 268,699
Total Liabilities $568,023
Net Assets
Unrestricted 2,202,028
Temporarily Restricted 100,309
Total Net Assets $2,302,337
Total Liabilities & Net Assets $2,870,360

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