ANNUAL REPORT 2015 14 Woodbourne Development: Building Dreams for the Future In 2015, we experienced tremendous growth here in Woodbourne Center’s Development Department. In our second year of reaching out to existing and new donors, we received $382,522 in donations, $261,656 in grants and $20,114 in in-kind gifts. We were fortunate to partner with some amazing donor groups and volunteers in 2015. They really created special memories for our youth. I urge you to get involved. Your donation has a significant impact at Woodbourne Center. You help our entire community. Our treatment services touch the lives of our youth, their families, friends, teachers, employers and more. Helping kids at this critical juncture changes the arc of their lives. We help them leave their destructive pasts behind to become productive members of their families and communities. To make a donation to Woodbourne Center, please visit www.woodbourne. org or send a check to Woodbourne Center, 1301 Woodbourne Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21239. For more information on donating or volunteering, please contact me at 410-433-1000 ext. 2227, or firstname.lastname@example.org Our Community Partners Helping Youth Through Service Blue Love Delivers Holiday Dreams to Woodbourne Youth The holiday season garnered a wide variety of wonderful donations. Blue Love Across America, a nonprofit that aims to strengthen connections between police and the communities they serve, donated enough Giant gift cards so each child was able to afford a turkey for Christmas. Officers Joe Banks and Monica Cooper from the Baltimore City Police Department Northeast District’s Community Collaboration Unit delivered the gift cards. A number of our vendors also donated money so our youth could receive presents for the holidays. (Right to Left) Officers Joe Banks and Monica Cooper) from the Baltimore City Polic Department Northeast District delivered gift cards and a turkey to Woodbourne’s Addie E. Johnson and Bill Mojica. The donations were courtesy of Blue Love Across America, a nonprofit that seeks to strengthen connections between police and the communities they serve.
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