2016 Annual Report 2017-08-16T17:33:13+00:00

THE CUSP OF A CRISIS

Over 600 Dedicated Employees
Two Vocational Day Centers
60+ Neighborhood Homes
Hundreds of People Served.
And You.

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MISSION IN ACTION

TRANSFORMATIONAL CHANGE

Our Mission: Partnering with people who have developmental disabilities to achieve healthy, fulfilling, enriched lives.
Click HERE to learn more.

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WHAT IS A MEDICALLY FRAGILE HOME?

Q&A with Bill Nice, Koinonia Monthly Donor

Monthly donations make giving easy for our donors while creating a big impact for the people who have I/DD that we serve.

I originally connected with Koinonia by way of a professional relationship with Dave Laubenthal (Chief Administrative Officer). I was able to see firsthand the great work Koinonia does for people with I/DD.
No. I have 5 kids and 11 grandchildren and I appreciate how easily this could have gone another way for my family. When I had the chance to observe those who are served by Koinonia I thought to myself, “There but by the grace of God go I.”
We support organizations when their mission resonates with me, my wife, and my family, and it dovetails with our beliefs and personal interests. Each year my wife and I re-evaluate which charities we want to support, and every year Koinonia makes the cut
It’s my concern about what happens to those with I/DD after they age out of school and lose their benefits. Koinonia’s mission aligns with my family’s passion. Our goal is to help make the world a better place and Koinonia is making it happen.
Unfortunately, I can’t do hands on volunteering; but I can financially support an organization that is directly involved in serving those with I/DD

MOMENTUM

2016 Highlights

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UNRESTRICTED GIVING

Unrestricted giving means unrestricted impact. Unrestricted giving creates impact where it’s needed now, and where it’s needed next.

Unrestricted giving means the donor places no restrictions on how Koinonia allocates funds. With your unrestricted donation, you’re giving Koinonia flexibility – because unrestricted gifts can be deployed in the areas of most promise, or most need, at speed. Whether it’s funding for nursing care coordination, expansion into new markets, or compassionate support and care, this is the best way for donors to assure the best possible outcomes for the people we serve, now and in the future.
The goal of Koinonia Homes' Nursing Care Coordination Program is to improve healthcare outcomes and reduce medical errors by coordinating care among health care providers and specialists, and by educating the person and their caregivers. Nursing Care Coordination is underfunded by Medicare. We need the support of our donors to ensure that expert nursing advice and supervision is available to all of the people we serve.
In Spring 2017, two group-home operators for people with disabilities, Evant Inc. and Arbor Home Health Care, separately announced they would cease all operations. Soon after the announcements, Koinonia began working with the Summit County Developmental Disabilities Board to provide services in five of the affected homes and retain nearly all the 23 original staff members associated with those homes. The move marks Koinonia’s first residential expansion into Summit County. As other providers are unable to serve people who have developmental disabilities, Koinonia is ready to step up to the plate. In addition to its recent expansion into Summit County, Koinonia also provides services in Geauga, Lake, Lorain, and Medina counties.
Person centered planning promotes the belief that people with intellectual and developmental disabilities are people first. They have valuable gifts and contributions to bring to relationships with family and friends, and the community as a whole. Person centered planning views the entire person; not just the portion of the person that has identified needs. In simple terms, person centered planning is an approach to forming life plans that are centered on the individual for whom they are built.

of every dollar spent goes directly to support our mission 

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KOINONIA ENTERPRISES
BY THE NUMBERS

Ronald McDonald House - 300 Hours, Lakeshore Intergenerational School - 216 Hours, Lakeview Church - 60 Hours, Emerald Village - 300 Hours, Holy Family Hospice - 500 Hours, St. John Westshore Hospital - 300 Hours, City Mission of Cleveland - 100 Hours, Meals on Wheels - 200 Hours, Love Inc. - 150 Hours, Laura's Home - 225 Hours.
634 Hours community-based assessment service delivery and 128 Hours developing community-based assessment sites.
1062 Hours Job Coaching Services and 506 Hours of Job Retention services.
205 Hours, this program is expanding in 2017

OUR DONORS

Individual Donors

Because of our generous donors, Koinonia is able to advocate for and serve the DeMooy families in our community. Your gift makes it possible for us to offer the programs and services that ensure healthy, fulfilling and enriched lives, while unlocking the potential to change lives. We thank all of our donors for making a difference with their contribution to Koinonia Homes.

Diane Beastrom
Jane Duffy
Geraldine Keator
Melissa Majkut
William Nice
Fred Watkins
Ann Weisent

Timothy Alberts
Nicholas Alexander
Michael Borchert
Dominque Dansby
Dr. Gulchin Ergun
Mark Kikel
Mike Laheta
Barbara Lemke
Patricia Matzinger
Mary Miles
Tekisha Pinner
Sal Rinella
Julie Thomas

Mary Bondy
Jane Coil
Robert de la Cruz
Benitha Garrett
Hugh Ginley
Todd Hays
Elizabeth Hess
Charlie Hill
Deborah Howard
Jennifer Hudak
John Hudson
Lee Huff
Rachel Jarrous
Ann Jones
John Kikel
Joseph Kilbane
Andrew Kinnear
Anna Koo
David Laubenthal
Robert Leskovec
Gail McPeake
Jeffrey Minnick
Carol Reynolds
Sandra Rosenfield
Cheryl Senko
John Shutelock
Melody Smales
Raymond Timko
Tamla Varner
Lina Workman

Rita Barnes
Michelle Bell
Nancy Borchert
Photia Boukis
Ronnie Chambers
Kalia Chapman
Phyllis Chisnell
Michael Clegg
John Clough
Marion Connerton
Janet Corbo
Michelle Crook
Peggy DeMooy
Anna Eimer
John Flannery
Carmen Gandarilla
John Germaine
Wanda Gleske
Jamie Go
Marianne Gorgone
Linda Goshay-Smith
Sandra Hall
Elroy Harris
Gena Hart
Lavonia Haynes
Eileen Hessler
Anquinette Hobbs
Shelly Hodge
Merril Jarvis
Julie Johnson
Norma Kaczmarek
Lonnetta Kirk
Michelle Knight
Richard Kubiak
John Lavelle
Ken Lohiser
Shemale Lumpkins
Kelly Maloney
Sharon McKenzie
Ann McNamara
Betty Jo Mooney
Matilda Moran
Mina Nardi
Richard Parker
Christine Piazza
Tiffany Poole
Bill Poulos
Joel Reikowsky
Delilah Rencher
Lawanda Robinson
Latricia Rustin
Henry Schultz
Mireille Seo
Eileen Sherman
Paula Siefert
Sapphire Smith
Lisa Sopko
Gerald Strauss
Diana Talley-Miller
Kristen Todaro
Cheryl Turner
Catherine Veverka
Monica Wilson
Nashanda Winters
Kaneesha Wise


Julie Abiecunas
Emmanuel Akateh
Tracie Anderson
Glorene Bartley
Allen Berkenfeld
Shonda Billingslea
Shantel Binford
Latisha Bryant
Precious Bush
Jacquilla Cannon
Deborah Cek
Felita Chandler
Donita Coles
John Connelly
Mary Conway
Cherie Cook
Nelson Cook
Aretha Crawford
Shameka Davis
Mary Jo Dorsey
Angela Duncan
Adrienne Edwards-Washington
William Eline
Lois Erich
Robert Farwell
Kathleen Fenner
Gary Fluharty
Danielle Focareto
Kristi Forsyth
Peter Fuldauer
Armond Galmarini
Kathleen Gill-Walko
Karol Gladden
Sharon Goodrum
Jerri Grant
Taria Gray
Toni Greer
Shyandrea Grimes
Vanita Hall
Thomas Harmon
Carol Harnett
Janine Harris
Cynthia Harris
Tressa Hill
Norman Hives
Deborah Hopes
Ester Hughes
Kimberly Iverson
Robin James
Daeshonae Johnson
Thomas Kilbane
Beth Kociuba
Marcia Kodish
Dennis Kowalski
Lisa Kunstler
Jacqueline LaRue
Vanessa Lee
Tessie Lekas
Thomas Lukens
Shannon Lumpkin
Patricia Marcuz
Jacqueline Martin
Rickie Mascia
Angelina Mathews
Barbara Mays
Daquita McDowell
Tamara McGreevy
William McGregor
Susan McGregor
Michelle Meyer
Jessica Miller
James Missirlis
Polly Mix
Loretta Mosolovich
Mweke Mwambo
Manny Naft
Mihaela Neagu
Eva Novak
Frances O'Hearn
Gabrielle Olinchic
Joan Oliver
Judith O'Malley
Osiris Ortiz
Judy Perry
Jenny Pesta
Koula Pipinias
Linda Powers
Amber Prokop
Galina Propisnays
Sylvia Redding
Brandon Reese
Accandria Rhym
Eugenia Robinson
Afina Rouser
Patricia Rupp
Kaylah Rush
Therese Safranek
DeAnn Sakacsi
Candence Sankey
Abby Sayers
Rosemary Sly
Janice Smith-Morrison
Angel Steel
Susan Sterline
Terryl Swejk
Kaelee Szep
Amanda Taylor
Glenn Walters
Barbara Watson
Tiffany Wenz
Rochelle Williams
Consuela Williams
Darmicka Wilson
Stacey Wolfe
Shannon Wright
Dayshaun York
Bruce Yuknavich
Loryn Zaffle
Maryann Zapior
Gary Zitzman

Diane Beastrom
Mary Bondy
Jane Coil
Jane Duffy
Mary Miles
Cheryl Senko
Ann Weisent
Lina Workman

In Honor of 10 or more years of Consecutive Giving

Timothy Alberts
Diane Beastrom
Shonda Billingslea
Nancy Borchert
Beverly Butler
Ronnie Chambers
Phyllis Chisnell
John Clough
Aretha Crawford
Robert de la Cruz
Dr. Gulchin Ergun
Gary Fluharty
Danielle Focareto
Frances Garrett
Wanda Gleske
Linda Goshay-Smith
Jerri Grant
Janine Harris
Todd Hays
Elizabeth Hess
Charlie HihllEster Hughes
Robin James
Rachel Jarrous
Ann Jones
Norma Kaczmarek
Geraldine Keator
John Kikel
Mark Kikel
Joseph Kilbane
Thomas Kilbane
John Kilbane
Anna Koo
Richard Kubiak
Jacqueline LaRue
Shemale Lumpkins
Kelly Maloney
Barbara Mays
Michelle Meyer
Joseph Miller
James Missirlis
Betty Jo Mooney
Carol Morton
Eva Novak
Osiris Ortiz
Tiffany Poole
Bill Poulos
Laura Poundstone
Samantha Powell
Linda Powers
Joel Reikowsky
Eugenia Robinson
Latricia RustinDeAnn Sakacsi
Eileen Sherman
Jessica Shugar
Janice Smith-Morrison
Angel Steel
Diana Talley-Miller
Raymond Timko
Kristen Todaro
Tamla Varner
Catherine Veverka
Fred Watkins
Consuela Williams
Stacey Wolfe
Lina Workman
Shannon Wright

Gifts from Businesses, Foundations, & Organizations

Situational observation and assessmentKoinonia Homes is more than a great cause – we’re a great partner, too. Koinonia sponsors and corporate partners create opportunities for Ohio adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Koinonia works with corporate partners to create promotional opportunities to highlight your contributions to our mission.

Invest in Koinonia Homes

There are many levels at which a company or organization can partner with Koinonia. The 2017 corporate partnership guide showcases the benefits of investing in Koinonia. Follow our news and recent announcements to learn more about supporting people who have intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Medical Mutual of Ohio. Learn more about Medical Mutual's commitment to Koinonia's Nursing Care Program, Click HERE.

IN MEMORIAM

KOINONIA FINANCIALS

Total Revenue $26,710,619

Total Expenses $25,972,048

Revenue in excess of expenses was $738,571 or 2.8% of total revenue.

Cash & equivalents  $1,534,493 
Accounts receivable  $1,885,649 
Other current assets  $59,151 
Client held funds  $320,712 
Prepaid expenses  $150,071 
Total Current Assets  $3,950,076 
Investments  $1,334,108 
Property & equipment  $4,820,519 
Other assets  $2,121,619 
Total Assets  $12,151,957 
Accounts payable  $297,241 
Long-term debt (current portion)  $172,096 
Accrued expenses  $1,999,919 
Client held funds  $320,712 
Total Current Liabilities  $2,789,968 
Long-term debt (current portion)  $3,938,255 
Other long-term liabilities  $147,334 
Total Liabilities  $6,875,557 
Net assets  $5,276,400 
Total Liabilities and Net Assets  $12,151,957 

Click HERE to view our 2016 Audited Financial Statement

Koinonia (coin-o-Nee-yah) is a rich complex word of Greek origin. Community, partnership, and generous sharing are at the heart of the word. It is translated into English to mean fellowship.

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