Read This: Our 2016 Annual Report

Annual Report: 2016-17

At Homeward Bound, our mission is to create pathways out of poverty for homeless families ready to make a change. In 2016, our team grew stronger, our supporters hit it out of the park, and together we made a huge difference for homeless families in the Valley.

Our Supporters

MORE THAN
0
VOLUNTEERS
OVER
0
HOURS VOLUNTEERED

Priceless Partners

We created the Priceless Partners program to highlight those businesses and organizations – of ALL sizes – that are leading by example in their effort to make a difference for those families who need it most.

  • Chairman's Council & Hope Society

    We launched the Chairman’s Council & Hope Society membership programs which are helping to create life-sustaining changes for over 150 families.

  • BOUNDLESS

    We launched BOUNDLESS, an innovative monthly giving program to help keep homeless families in the Valley off the streets forever. #BeBOUNDLESS

Our Demographics

41%


Why They’re Homeless

  • 21% Domestic Violence
  • 19% Loss of job
  • 18% Economic
  • 16% Evicted
  • 12% Substance abuse
  • 10% All other
  • 4% Relocated

Where They Came From

  • Emergency shelter
  • Staying with family member
  • Staying with friend
  • Hotel/motel
  • Substance abuse treatment
  • Place not meant for living (i.e. vehicle)

Our Accomplishments

51% of families increased their monthly income

51%

28% of families with no income gained it

28%

34%increase in homeward club activity

34%

Our Team

Becky Jackson

Appointed as Homeward Bound’s new President & CEO.


  • WE EXPANDED

    We added two experienced teachers to staff our new after school program.

  • WE INNOVATED

    We brought on a Development Performance Manager to create a cutting edge evaluation system to communicate our outcomes better than ever.

  • WE ENHANCED

    Thanks to Intel & Experience Matters, Homeward Bound is working with two Encore Fellows to enhance our technology systems and prepare the organization for accreditation

Our Financials



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