Annual Report FY03.qxd - Self Enhancement, Inc.

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Annual Report FY03.qxd - Self Enhancement, Inc.

S e l f E n h a n c e m e n t I n c .Annual Report Fiscal Year 2003Y O U T H P O T E N T I A L R E A L I Z E D


Self Enhancement, Inc. is dedicated to helpinghigh risk youth realize their full potential..What We’re Doing• Providing Comprehensive support services to children and families• Implementing programs that inspire confidence and develop critical relationshipskills• Offering year-round academic tutoring and leadership development experiences• Helping kids acheive a 90% high school graduation rate with 80% pursuinghigher education• Inspiring children and families to believe that Life Has Options...What We’re Up Against• In Oregon, 1 in 7 children is poor• In Oregon, 3.8 times more is spent per prisoner than per public school pupil• In Oregon, 72% of fourth graders read below proficiency• In Oregon, 55% of African Americans and 57% of Latinos do not graduate fromhigh school.Who We Serve• Over 1,500 students and families of North and Northeast Portland each year;• Students range in age from 8-25 years;• Over 50% of students are from single parent homes living below the poverty line;• SEI’s student population is 85% African American, 6% Hispanic, 1% Asian, 4%Caucasian, less than 1% Native American, and 3% mixed heritage.Y O U T H P O T E N T I A L R E A L I Z E DYour Gifts RealizedSEI’s core youth program is free to participants, but it costs SEI $2,500 to provide one child with year-round preventionservices.Without positive options, the alternative for high-risk children may be the costly and tragic price of neglect tomorrow -- oneyear in juvenile jail costs over $40,000 and one year of adolescent drug treatment in a residential facility costs $100,000.Here are some examples of what your donations help make possible:$30,000 sponsors a class for a year.$5,000 sponsors two students in SEI’s program for a year.$2,500 sponsors one student in the program for a year.$1,000 sponsors a music class for a semester.$500 purchases art supplies for a semester.$250 rewards academic achievers with a field trip.$100 helps purchase new books for the library.


Working with schools, families, and community organizations, SEI providesopportunities for personal and academic success, bringing hope toindividual young people and enhancing the quality of community life.A Program that WorksTrent is a sixth grader at Harriet Tubman Middle School. Two years ago as a fourthgrader at Vernon Elementary School, the thought of making it to middle school successfullyseemed far fetched.Trent, the son of a single-mother and a drug-affected father, was behind academicallyand exhibited numerous behavioral problems. He was sent home from school andother after-school programming on a daily basis. Two years ago, Trent's mom hadgrown tired of receiving phone calls about her "trouble-maker" son and had given uphope. In 2001, Trent was referred to special education classes at Vernon.Trent's SEI coordinator began addressing the academic and behavioral barriers thatkept Trent from reaching his potential. Together they developed Trent’s IndividualSuccess Plan (ISP) which set specific goals to work towards. Trent’s coordinator regularlyvisited the classroom to meet with teachers and to offer Trent support on a dailybasis. The coordinator also connected Trent’s mom to SEI’s Parent Coordinator andthe Parenting Support Group. His mom was able to meet with other parents who werestruggling with their kids and learn ways to successfully manage her son’s behavior.The coordinator set-up incentives and consequences which would motivate Trent toconcentrate on his classes and improve his behavior. Trent loved to come to SEI andhe wanted to participate in the SEI Step Dance class. These privileges were grantedto Trent when he had completed his homework, attended math and reading tutoring atSEI, and modified his behavior.With the help of his coordinator and increased support from his mom, Trent's academicperformance improved during the fourth and fifth grades. In the fifth grade, Trentwas returned to mainstream classes in school and reached benchmark in reading andmath by year's end. Trent is excited to continue his progress at Tubman MiddleSchool this year!(Student’s name has been changed to protect confidentiality.)Self Enhancement Inc. would like to thank the donors listed below who contributed during the period of July 1, 2002 to June 30, 2003.IMANIFaith$500,000+Maribeth W. CollinsSue D. CooleyEllison C. MorganKUJICHAGULIAself determination$250,000 - $499,999R.B. Pamplin CorporationNIApurpose$100,000 - $249,999The Collins FoundationMaybelle Clark Macdonald FundMeyer Memorial TrustJames F. Miller Charitable TrustNIKE, Inc.UMOJAunity$10,000 - $99,999Accel Management Company LLCRichard & Carilyn AlexanderAlexander Family TrustPaul G. Allen Charitable FoundationThe Autzen FoundationRobert & Pauline BaumanJames & Janet BiseniusArthur M. Blank Family FoundationPeter & Noydena BrixThe Campbell FoundationChallenge FoundationClark FoundationTruman & Kristin CollinsComcast Cable CommunicationsDan & Sallie DuttonJohn & Jayne EmrickH. Storm & Theresa FlotenBill & Melinda Gates FoundationRichard & Janet Geary FoundationRobert & Diana GerdingWilliam G. Gilmore FoundationJack & Beverly GrundhoferWilliam & Janean HarrisHoward HedingerHewlett-Packard CompanyAndrew & Beverly HonzelIFC FoundationEdmund & Marilyn JensenJFR FoundationFred & Nancy JonskeJuan Young TrustJubitz Family FoundationKaiser PermanenteMilton & Bobbi LamprosWilliam A. LanfriIrving J. Levin & Stephanie J. FowlerJohn & Carolynn D. LoackerHarry A. Merlo Foundation, Inc.Robert & Sharon MillerSusan NicholsOregon Steel Mills, Inc.PacifiCorp FoundationProvidence Health SystemsThe Robert D. and Marcia H.Randall Charitable TrustThe Renaissance FoundationGregory W. RobesonKoener RombauerBrenna RomerStephen & Donna ShepardSmith Barney Inc.So Hum FoundationSpirit Mountain Gaming, Inc.State Farm Insurance CompaniesThe Stimson-Miller FoundationWilliam & Ann SwindellsTarget FoundationTotem Steel InternationalMichael & Alix TruaxUS BankVerizon CommunicationsWilliam & Helen Jo WhitsellUJIMAcollective work &responsibility$5,000 - $9,999Selwyn & Megan BinghamBonneville Power AdministrationMonte Bricker & Cathryn MajeranNick & Mary Jo BunickCanyon RanchColumbia Management CompanySteven & Joanne EdwardsThe Endesha FoundationRichard & Janet GearyJohn & Betty Gray Fund of the OCFDonald J. HelfgottKaren HinsdaleRoger & Margaret HinshawInvestment Atlanta, Inc.Michael & Kathryn IvoryThe Jackson FoundationJames & Jeri JensenGary & Ann JohnsonKeyBankCharles & Carol LangerDavid A. Lokting & Alysia DucklerAndrew W. MillerRalph & Sandi MillerLloyd & Kathy MintenLee MorganGreg K. NaredHester H. NauNorm Thompson Outfitters, Inc.


Who We AreFamily Services• Case Management• Children Made Visible (for children with incarcerated parents)• Clinical Internship Program (Portland State University, Lewis andClark, Pacific University• Communities of Color Juvenile Justice Program• Family Resource Referrals• Family Enhancement Program (FEP)/Family Preservation Program• Individual, Group and Family Counseling• Latino Community Outreach• Parent Advisory Committee• Parent Education Enrichment Classes• Parenting Skills Training• Ready to Rent Program• Parent Support Group• Youth Investment ProgramSkill Building Classes• Anger Management• Positive Youth-Police Relationships• Job Readiness• Latino Girls’ Group• Male and Female Responsibility• Positive Expressions Class• Systems Education on Measure 11• Youth and the LawSelf Enhancement Inc. would like to thank the donors listed below who contributed during the period of July 1, 2002 to June 30, 2003.OREPAC Building Products, Inc.PGE FoundationRetail Imaging ManagementGroup, LLCPhilip & Sally RobinsonJerome & Lucy RoseWayne & Kim SchuhGordon Sondland& Katherine DurantStandard Insurance CompanyStoll, Stoll, Berne, Lokting& ShlachterWilliam & June TagmyerMike & Kristy ThayerTouchstone InvestmentManagers, LLCTowne FoundationLawrence & Jane ViehlWashington Mutual Savings BankThe Wessinger FoundationThe Wheeler FoundationWildwood Restaurant & Bar* indicates donations by SEIstaff members.UJAMAAcooperative economics$1,000 - $4,999John & Susan AbercrombieJennifer L. Adamsadidas AmericaAlbina Community BankAncora ItaliaMichael & Kathleen AndersonSandee AndersonJeanne I. Arbow Fund of OCFArnerich & MassenaHenry & Francie AshforthAtlanta Falcons Youth FoundationB.W. Reed Benefits, LLCMarilyn D. BakerBank of AmericaCarolyn Becic*John & Inez BecicRonald Beltz & Jan TurnerClint & Barbara BensonJames & Margaret BerchtoldBroughton & Mary Bishop FamilyAdvised Fund of the CommunityFoundation for SouthwestWashingtonSteven & Jennifer BlakleyErik Blythe & Rhonda MeadowsSeann BrackinJohn & Michelle BradleyJohn & Kim BradleyGene & Barbara BradshawJames & Teresa BradshawGarland & Judy BrownDenis Burger & Elaine McCallRobert BurkeMolly ButlerByrd Financial GroupRonald & Jillian CainCharles & Carolyn CameronThe Campbell GroupBob & Sandy ChamnessLiz CheneyCitigroup FoundationColumbia Forest Products, Inc.Columbia Sportswear CompanyGary CombsConstructive ManagementFoundationChad CrouchRoderick & Virginia CruickshankSteve & Patti CurfmanJeffrey A. DaltonMichael & Gail DavisRobert J. DeArmondDavid T. DouthwaiteWayne & Julie DrinkwardLorraine DrougasDrummond Family Fund of OCFRobert & Marlene DutcherJames & Toni EddyEmery & Karrigan, Inc.Nancy M. FishmanRiccardo & Robbyn FoggiaChristopher A. FolkestadAllyn & Cheryl FordRobert FreresWilliam & Jeanne FronkGeddes Family Fund of OCFGerding-Edlen Development Co.Ted & Connie GilbertGilbert/Baron Fund of OCFGregory GoodmanJ.W. & H.M Goodman FamilyCharitable FoundationLeo & Bobsy GrahamDavid & Karin GranoDavid & Kellie GrillJeffrey & Sandra GrubbCecilia Armenta HallinanHarbor PropertiesDan & Cathy HarmonDouglas & Lynn HarrowerPatrick HickeyJoseph M. Hirko Fund of OCFGary W. HirschkronEric & Ronna HoffmanPeter & Cinda HoffmanHoffman Construction CompanyKent & Karen HolceThe Holzman Foundation, Inc.Tony & Phyllis Hopson*H.W. Irwin & D.I. Irwin FoundationJ.E. Dunn ConstructionJeld-Wen, Inc.Jeff JettonLester & Regina John FoundationMonte & Jan JohnsonThe Samuel S. Johnson Foundation


Who We AreYouth Services• Academic Summer Program• After-School Programming(at the Center for Self Enhancement and in eleven Portland Public schools)• Boys and Girls Summer Basketball Camps• Career Fairs• Case Management• College Planning Workshops• Community Service Projects• Computer Lab• Drama Ensemble• Individual Success Plans• In-School Services• Internship Program for Juniors and Seniors• Multi-Cultural Library with Tutorial• Music Program• Nutrition - USDA sponsored meals• Pamplin Leadership Program• Parent Coordinators (with in-home parent visits)• Post High School assistance to SEI alumni• Prevention Days (SEI is open when schools are closed)• Prevention Classes (to prevent drug use and teen pregnancy)• Recreation (Bicycling, Golf, Tennis, and more)• Recording Studio and Multi-Media Program• SAT Preparation• Saturday Program• S.U.N. Schools (Schools Uniting Neighbors)• Senior Citizens Banquet• Sisters Reflecting Beauty (SRB) and Boys Reflecting Brotherhood (BRB)• Verizon Reading ProgramY O U T H P O T E N T I A L R E A L I Z E DJerry & Kristiyani JonesLinda KaahanuiGordon & Katherine KeaneRonald KeilPhilip & Penelope KnightRoger KrageRobert & Christi KrausRobert & Elizabeth La De RouteJim Lafky & Madeline NelsonLake Oswego Junior Women's ClubLee & Mary Ellen LandryLegacy Health SystemCarolyn S. LewisMark Long & Elizabeth SchleuningLouis Dreyfus Property GroupKeith & Linda LovettJulie ManciniLauren ManteconChristopher MarshJason McClureRobert McCullough & Karen TosiMcMenamin's Pubs & BreweriesMichael MenasheTraci MenasheThe Fred Meyer FoundationJ. Richard & Beth MeyersRandolph & Janet MillerMary MizeE.C. & Karen MorganJessie L. MorganMt. Hood Chemical CorporationMt. Olivet Baptist ChurchMichael & Denise MulfurNationwide InsuranceNW NaturalThe Oregon GardenJoseph & Bonnie OttingPacTrustPartnership for After SchoolEducationSusan PaulsellBrad & Suzanne PaymarGuy & Lisa PopePortfolio Financial ServicingCompany, LPPortland Family EntertainmentPortland Metro Toyota Dealers, Inc.Portland Trail BlazersRobert & Shannon PraegitzerWilliam & Roberta PurcellR&H ConstructionChristian & Amanda RasmussenRealty Trust Group Inc.Stan ReneckerThe Reserve Vineyards & Golf ClubMichael J. RileyRiley ResearchGeorge & Claire RivesWilliams & Sharon RobbinsTeri RoneyJames & Cathy RuddRonald & Carol RudyDenis Ryan & Sally FordRobert & Magdalene SavageHubert & Ludmilla Schlesinger FundHarold and Arlene SchnitzerCARE FoundationSchwab Fund for Charitable GivingCraig & Mary SchwartzRuby M. ShortAlan Lee & Jeanne SjothunArvie & Julie SmithBob & Pamela SmithKathy SmithScott & Judy SouthSouthwest AirlinesSteven & Barbara SpenceNicholas & Carolyn StanleyStanley Investment & ManagementDavid Stern & Nancy GuitteauRobert & Barre StollPeter & Julie StottDamon Stoudamire, Inc.Jeffrey & Mary StricklerKirk & Victoria TaylorJohn & Lois TennantPaul Thimm & Tomika Anne DewAlan TimminsRon & Marcy TonkinMary ToozeToyota Motor Sales USA, Inc.John & Barbara TrachtenbergTumac Lumber Company, Inc.Union Bank of CaliforniaUnion Pacific FoundationUS Bancorp Leasing & FinanceValley Wine CompanyVIP'S Industries Inc.Volunteers of AmericaBrandon S. WalkerWilliam & Amy WelchWells Fargo FoundationWeston Family Fund of OCFWeyerhaeuser CompanyWeyerhaeuser Company FoundationDavid & Leigh WilsonTheodore & Sheila WinnowskiJames W. WintersGerald & Kari WolniewiczDouglas & Charlotte WoodcockJerry & Linda WrightThe Wyss FoundationYost Grube Hall Architecture P.C.Zimmer Gunsul FrascaKUUMBAcreativityUnder $1,000Abbott LaboratoriesKenneth J. AckermanEugenia R. Adair*Jim P. AdenMikel Aickin & Cheryl RitenbaughJames M. Alderman


Who We AreBoard of DirectorsChair: Rhonda Meadows, The HR SolutionJennifer Adams, Interiors by JenniferMichael D. Anderson, Copeland Lumber Yards, Inc.Tony Arnerich, Arnerich, Massena & Associates, Inc.Derrick Foxworth, Cheif of Police, Portland Police BureauDoug Harrower, J.E. Dunn ConstructionGlenn Hart, OrePac Building MaterialsKaren Hinsdale, The Cellar DoorKeith Jackson, Albina Community BankRoy Jay, Roy Jay Enterprises, Inc.Carolyn Lewis, United Way of the Columbia-WillametteDavid Lokting, Stoll Stoll Berne Lokting & Schlachter P.C.Richard L. Meyers Jr., Totem SteelEllison Morgan, 2030 Investors, LLCGreg Nared, Nike, Inc.Suzanne Paymar, Geary FoundationPhil RobinsonMary Ruble, U.S. Bank - Private Financial ServicesGeorge Scherzer, Smith BarneyThomas Spitzer, Summerville AdvisorsNick Stanley, Stanley Investment & Management, Inc.Maisha Taylor, KGW TelevisionCharlie TheumaJohn Trachtenberg, ADPRINTMark Waller, BridgeWorks CapitalEd Washington, Portland State UniversityJames Winters, United Energy, Inc.Mark Young, YMCA of Columbia-WillametteLife had Options AwardMaribeth Collins was presented with the Life has Options Award, acknowledgingthe numerous years of her loyal friendship and reliable generousity to SEI.2002 Award ~ NIKE, Inc.2001 Award ~ Sue Cooley, on behalf of her and her late husband, Ed Cooley2000 Award ~ Dr. Robert Pamplin, Jr.Self Enhancement Inc. would like to thank the donors listed below who contributed during the period of July 1, 2002 to June 30, 2003.Trent D. Aldridge*George & Sharon AlexanderCamille C. AllenChris & Emily AllenDavid & Lauri AllenDavid K. Allen*Michael B. AllenStuart & Sarah AllenJames & Carlotta AllinMaria AlvarezAmazing Online Marketing, LLCAmerican Marketing Associationof OregonNorman & Diane AndersenRoberta C. AndersonGregory Applegate & Barbara StarkPippa ArendGrant E. ArmbrusterBaruti & Bernadette ArthareeAshford Pacific, IncDenise AskelsonDonald C. AtkinsonPatricia Attaway-San*Harold Bahls & Janet SummervilleMary BaileyMary J. BaileyRobert & Sharla BaileyClaire and Ben Baker*Vannessa Baker*Robert & Julia BallCarl & Eva BalogTanya A. BarhamVlado & Suzanne BaricevicMichael & Rosalie BaskinJohn & Susan BatesPatricia Bates-Sherman*James L. BattleRoss A. BeatonRaina L. BeaversThomas & Robin BecicNancy BeckerGodfrey C. BeckettAaron BellGeraldine L. BellClarence M. BelnavisJohn F. BenenateThe Benson HotelGordon & Suzanne BergDavid J. BergerDerege Y. BermanPhilip & Michelle BernsteinAnn BertanBrooke BertramScott & Stephanie BirdsallDel BishopJohn P. Bishop Fund of the OCFJennifer A. BjorklandThe Black United Fund of OregonChristina BlackwellHerb & Maryrae BlanchardOwen BlankJohn & Helen BledsoeJay & Toni BloomJames & Carol BluhmThe Boeing CompanyBernard J. BottomlyJack BoudreanMarc BowmanRichard & Judy BoydPatrick G. BoylstonDouglas R. BoysenFred BradenCharles BrandonTerry & Patty BrandtRichard BraseMichelle Brazile*Terese Brazzle*Steven & Sharon BrennerJerry & Cathy BrodieRichard & Jean BroganLinda A. Brooks*Dorothy A. BroomJames & Caryl BrownScott & Adolt BrownThomas & Kelley BruggerePatricia M. BryantRichard & Patricia BryantThe Buchanan FamilyFoundation Inc.Michelle BullockVickie L. BurleighCarl & Lisa BurnhamRobert & Melissa BurtonCynthia ButlerLaShawn E. ButlerLou & Geri CalderelliMaryEtta D. Callier Wells*J. Duncan & Cynthia CampbellWilliam Monroe CampbellCapital Property ManagementMatthew CardinalEboni R. CarmicleDavid Carter*Margaret L. CarterScott O. CassidyJames P. CassinelliOpal Chancler-MooreMichael S. ChaneySteven M. ChaneyCanaan ChatmanChef's De Cuisine Society ofOregon, Inc.Chehalem WinesGary W. ChenaultStephen L. ChenowethGilbert & Julie ChildBrooks & Nancy Lou ClaridgeClassic Foods Ltd.Jason & Tandy CleaverMichael & Cathy CleghornRodney Clemente*Mark CleveWilliam & Judy ColeJill R. CollinsRichard W. Comandich


How We Are DoingSchool Year Outcomes 2002-2003Elementary School Program ‘02-’03 Goal '01-02Students maintaining or exceeding 80% school attendance 84% 75% 91%Students receiving no referrals for inappropriate behavior 95% 70% 74%Students earning Academic Achiever status (ave. over 4 quarters) 60% 25% 45%Middle School ProgramStudents maintaining or exceeding 80% school attendance 66% 75% 97%Students receiving no referrals for inappropriate behavior 97% 70% 71%Students earning Academic Achiever status (ave. over 4 quarters) 42% 25% 42%High School ProgramStudents maintaining or exceeding 80% school attendance 85% 75% 83%Students receiving no referrals for inappropriate behavior 87% 70% 85%Students maintaining a GPA of 3.0 or above 38% 25% 35%Graduation Statistics:The 2003 graduating class was the largest andmost successful in SEI’s history. Out of 47 membersin the class, 46 graduated in June from areahigh schools including Jefferson, Roosevelt,Benson, and Grant.Of the 21 students that were in SEI’s CoreProgram, 100% graduated. 85% of these studentsare on their way to college.Y O U T H P O T E N T I A L R E A L I Z E DKathleen L. CondonRoger & Midge ConeAnne ConnellJames & Susan CoonAmy CoryCarol-Lee CotterGraham & Lorraine CovingtonRobert & Sally CravenEric B. CrossCortlandt A. CuffeeG. Michael & Christine CusickCraig & Debra DanielsRobert & Barbara DavisMike & Pam DavisPatricia Davis*Michael & Rebecca DeCesaroAnita J. DeckerThomas & Marilyn DeeringGenevieve DellingerAnthony Deloney*Gerald Deloney*Jon Denney & Carol FinneyDennis & Kimberly DeYoungDorothy DimneenKevin R. DohertyJennifer H. Doherty-GonzalezRobert D. DonnerDean & Kathi DordevicJoan M. DoveAngela L. DowlingEarl & Deborah DownsStephen & Nancy DudleyJames & Claire DugoniJohn T. DunnChristina DuranBradley & Katherine DurhamPamela D. DyerShawnti EadenWilliam & Karen EarlyMary F. EaslickDavid Eastes & Patty BodayBarton D. EberweinDonald & Cheryl EderBryan A. EichhornElk Cove VineyardsDonald E. EllertsonMichael J. EmertRichard E. EmeryCharles & Shawn EngelbergEquity FoundationErath Vineyards WineryMary P. EschbachR. Timothy & Diane EvansExperience Music ProjectCharlene Fair*Patricia J. FarrellFellowship Missionary BaptistChurchWaid & Cynthia FettyLaura FinneyKurtis Fischer*Jeffrey R. FishNicholas S. FishMark & Susan FisherSondra M. FlannaganWilliam & Patricia FlemmingGeorge S. FlesurasJohn & Rebecca FletcherToney J. Flowers*Kathryn FooteRichard Fortson*Bennie FosterBernard V. FosterGabrielle F. FoulkesJim & Shelley FrancesconiJustine FraneyLawrence & Ulrike FranksClifford L. FreemanEmily H. FreemanFull Sail Brewing CompanyJoanne FullerLee Anne FurlongAllen S. FurstGayllin GableRobert & Donna GaiserCheryl A. GalluzzoSylvia B. GatesEric & Judith GazleyGeffen Mesher & CompanyGeneva's Shear PerfectionGI Joes, Inc.Gilbert Brothers CommercialBrokerage CompanyValerie GilesE. Joe GilliamVirginia GomezCharles & Ruth GoodingMarni GoodmanJim R. GoodrickFrederick & Natalie GordonDavid & Gloria GostnellRichard A. GottfriedGrace Memorial Episcopal ChurchChris & Barb GramArthur & Margaret GravattKenneth & Jane GravelOra Lee GreenStarlett GreenDavid & Caroline GregerBetty L. GreinerGary & Heidi GrenleySheryl GreveLarry & Denise GrimesLois Augusta GrimmJulie L. GrothGroza ConstructionEllen S. GyllstromCynthia HaleJohn & Julia HallPeter HallRamon HallStuart & Trish HallHallock Modey AdvertisingEric & Beatrice HalperinLoyd & Betty Hammons


Financial StatementFiscal 2003 Operating RevenuesFISCAL 2003 OPERATING RRevenuesGovernment Contracts $2,640,163Contributions 1,558,687Special Events, Net 757,918Other 491,785$5,448,553Contributions29%SpecialNe14%ExpensesYouth Programs $3,128,778Family Services 1,209,552Fundraising 383,375Administration 880,752$5,602,457Fiscal 2003 Operating ExpensesFamily Services22%Fundraising7%Administration16%Complete copies of theaudited financial statementsfor the fiscal yearended June 30, 2003, maybe requested from SelfEnhancement, Inc.'sFinance Director.Youth Programs55%Self Enhancement Inc. would like to thank the donors listed below who contributed during the period of July 1, 2002 to June 30, 2003.Paula A. HannanDavid & Diane HardmanJonathan & Deidre HarmsJonathan & Christine HarnishBarbara HarringtonLawrence & Peggy HarrisPhyllis N. HarrisRenee J. HarrisCalvin H. HarrisonPaul & Jane HartMary HarveyJohn & Melody HatchMark & Leslie HathawayS. Christy Hauff*Barbara HawkinsRobert & Robert HazenThe Heathman HotelRobin "Ace" Helzer*Lori HenorerJohn H. HermanHerman Consulting ServicesRoger Herndon & Valerie ScatenaHeron Lakes Golf CourseHenry H. HewittTamra L. Hickok*Margaret M. HillHarold & Pam HixsonDeborah Hodges*Gary & Jennifer HolcombWillie & Sheila HoldenTroy D. Hollis*Sean Holmes*HOLST ArchitectureHarriet HoltzBradley & Catherine HomeIan HonohanErik J. HopkinsSteven & Kay HopkinsPhillip HopsonTony Hopson, Jr.*David P. HorsleyHousehold InternationalVictoria HoustonHouston TexansJennifer HowardJohn & Ruth HowardRobert & Pamela HowardDavid & Heather HowittKathleen HowlettErin B. HubertAndrew HudsonJerry T. HudspethMark S. HudspethConstance B. HueyMiki C. Hunnicutt*Patrick & Sigrid HustonThomas & Roberta HuttonBrett & Gwen HylandJudy M. IlgLance InouyeSue A. Irvin-HaggertyJ.P.'s FramingCinda Jackson*David Jackson*Keith JacksonLarry JacksonPhyllis JacksonRita JacksonEric W. JacobsenDeronia L. JamesMaria James*Jamico Investment Group, Inc.Joe Brown's Carmel CornAnthony & Melissa JohnsonGregory & Kristin JohnsonJames & Nancy JohnsonJeffrey & Kristen JohnsonCynthia Johnson-HarrisBradley & Julie JonesWilliam J. JonesEllen S. JusticeSue E. KauTimothy KautzJohn W. KawajaDarryl W. Kelley*Gary & Kathryn KelleyRichard & Darlene KelleyThe Kelly Services, Inc.FoundationJames & Rhonda KennedyJames KentKerr Pacific CorporationJoanne KesslerJohn & Henrietta KesslerFaustina M. KiahEdna R. KimmonsDarrel L. King*Deneen KingBenjamin Kinkley*Eric & Ellen KinstadWilliam D. KittoHarvey & Josephine KlevitMichael Knapp & Lia SaroyanPaul & Geneva KnaulsNeil R. KniskernDavid & Pamela KnowlesBeatrice KohlerDavid & Lesli KrackeEdward Kraus & Susan BrennerNick & Wendy KuhlmanCarlos Laguardia*Gordon LampherKeith L. Lampton*Robert & Sally LandauerJames & Luise LaneKurt & Cheryl LangfeldtJohn & Mary Lois LarsonMichael J. LauingerRobert M. LawStephen & Jennifer LeasiaJ. Brian Leatham*Cynthia P. LeeTim H. Lee & Mary SchmerberWalter LemonSusan Leo


Selected Statement of ActivitiesFor the year ending June 30, 2003(with comparative totals for 2002)General Operations Endowment (1)2003 2002 2003 2002Support and revenue:Government contracts $ 2,640,163 $ 2,938,435 $ - $ -Contributions 859,487 767,254 2,428,060 378,013Special events, net 757,918 590,173 - -Interest and dividend income 8,096 7,801 246,781 250,671Net unrealized gain (loss) on investments 53 869 183,115 (373,558)Other revenue 108,780 64,691 - -Total revenue 4,374,497 4,369,223 2,857,956 255,126Net assets released from restrictions:Satisfaction of program restrictions 699,200 817,534 - -Other transfers 374,856 134,160 (374,856) (134,160)Total support and revenue 5,448,553 5,320,917 2,483,100 120,966Expenses:Program servicesIn-school program 1,806,786 1,709,046 - -After-school program 759,350 1,009,427 - -Family services 1,159,404 1,140,806 - -Other programs 393,413 364,387 - -Total program services 4,118,953 4,223,666 - -Support servicesFundraising 379,424 338,675 - -Administration 808,125 718,444 - -Total support ser vices 1,187,549 1,057,119 - -Total expenses before depreciation 5,306,502 5,280,785 - -Change in net assets before depreciation 142,051 40,132 2,483,100 120,966Depreciation 295,955 311,602 - -Change in net assets (153,904) (271,470) 2,483,100 120,966(1) Endowment includes both the Quasi-Endowment and Permanently RestrictedFunds.This Statement of Activities does notreflect all Fiscal 2003 financial activities.Complete copies of the audited financialstatements for the fiscal year endedJune 30, 2003, may be requested fromSelf Enhancement, Inc.'s FinanceDirector.Net assets:Beginning of year 8,562,370 8,833,840 6,442,054 6,321,088End of year $ 8,408,466 $ 8,562,370 $ 8,925,154 $ 6,442,054Y O U T H P O T E N T I A L R E A L I Z E DJon Loen & Jan KoenigGregory A. LeonardEric & Julie LeuvreyGlenn & Kristine LeVernoisDonald & Pamela LewisFelecia Lewis-OwusuTamara LiebfarthLiving Enrichment CenterStanley Livingston& Darlene BrownJohn & Ita LonerganJerry E. LongNorma C. Lopez*David Jina LoratiLSI Logic CorporationJames E. LynchMaryann MackinnonLarry & Maureen MacNabbMonteith MacoubrieMark & Diane MagdalenoMelody R. MaherBrenda MalloryEllon Manly*David & Susan MannLisa Manning*George & Tara MardikesCarl & Barbara MarkerMarket Supply Company, Inc.Solomon & Lynne MarmorElizabeth B. MarshErica Mashia*David H. MasonSandra MattielliChristopher & Dianne MaysLaShawn McCarthy*Carrie E. McClelland*Yolanda McCorveyBarnia Lyn McCullerSue McCullochMichael McDermottElizabeth McDonaldKenneth R. McDonald*Olivia McDonaldMcDonald'sEdward & Jean McDowellTonda McFerrianMarcella L. McGee*Georgia McGinnisNancie S. McGrawMarvin (Andre) McGuire*George & Mary McInnisPeter McKearnan's SignworksMCM ArchitectsEdward McReynolds& Anita GrinichRobert & Robin MesherMetals USAWilliam & Nancy MeyerFred Meyer, Inc.Deborah W. MillerRobert J. MillerJames MillsJohn Mills Fund of OCFAlan & Ruth MitchellAmy E. MitchellKelly K. Mohr*William J. MooreFranklin S. MoreyCamila MorrisonEllen MorrisonRichard MorrisonDavid & Virginia MorthlandJames J. MossMt. Hood Beverage CompanyJoshua & Kathryn MulvaneyCelessie Mae MyersPeter & Helle NathanRockford R. NaylorNE Urban Trucking ConsortiumSteven & Solvei NeigerJohn & Teri NelsonNew Seasons MarketMike NewsomeCharis Newsom-PalmerStephanie Nguyen*Doug & Diane NicholsEric & Laura NiedermeyerDebra NorbyRandall E. NorgartLinda R. NorlinNorma M. NormanNorthwest MedicalSteven NovotryDaniel & Georgia ObradovichMatthew & Sandra ObradovichDavid & Valerie O'BrienJohn & Kathleen O'HalloranThomas & Victoria O'KeefeEdward & Margaret OkiesDaniel & Heather O'LearyJermaine O'NealOregon Food BankOregon Shakespeare FestivalOregon Tile and MarbleThe OregonianMilo E. Ormseth Fund of the OCFTimothy K. OtaniNawzad OthmanDouglas & Bridget OttoPacific Northwest BankPacific NW Properties, Inc.Pans, Pots & SkilletsRonald & Kathryn PareliusGordon & Marsha ParksLolita PaschalBecky PatroniRoger K. PaulsonMisha PavelDarlene PenningtonJulianne PennyMark A. PerkinsPGP Valuation Inc.Piazza ItaliaMelren C. Pichon*Naomi E. Pickett


Statement of Financial PositionJune 30, 2003(With comparative totals for 2002)2003 2002ASSETSCash and cash equivalents $ 920,397 $ 659,195Accounts receivable 396,880 296,106Contributions receivable, net 350,835 210,516Grant receivable, net 268,571 415,476Prepaid expenses and deposits 92,376 86,528Accrued interest receivable 60,765 6 4,826Investments 6,887,340 4,096,338Note receivable 1,927,044 2,141,160Property and equipment 8,295,828 8,553,834TOTAL ASSETS $ 19, 200,036 $ 16,523,979LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETSLiabilities:Accounts payable and accrued expenses $ 185,248 $ 97,917Accrued payroll and related expenses 212,606 200,839Deferred revenues 223,155 201,187Total liabilities 621,009 499,943Net assets:Unrestricted:Available for general operations 112,638 8,536Quasi-endowment fund 282,892 227,852Net investment in property and equipment 8,295,828 8,553,834Total unrestricted net ass ets 8,691,358 8,790,222Temporarily restricted 1,245,407 1,019,612Permanently restricted 8,642,262 6,214,202Total net assets 18, 579,027 16,024,036TOTAL LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS $ 19,200,036 $ 16,523,979Complete copies ofthe audited financialstatements forthe fiscal yearended June 30,2003, may berequested from SelfEnhancement,Inc.'s FinanceDirector.Self Enhancement Inc. would like to thank the donors listed below who contributed during the period of July 1, 2002 to June 30, 2003.Brian Pienovi & Sue CoonLawrence & Christianna PierceDennis PixtonLolenzo PoeBrenda Polk*Donald E. Pollock InvestmentsPortland Center StagePortland OperaPortland SpiritJames L. PoseyJudith Ethelberg PoseyScott & Michelle PoseyRichard & Dee PothSue G. PreeceM.H. PrendergastDavid Proby*Travis PruitMary Lou W. PugsleyPumpkin Ridge Golf ClubDonna PurdyQuantum ResidentialKevin M. QuinnQwest CommunicationsBarry & Jennifer RaberRonald & Lee RagenAnnette RamseyMarcia H. RandallScott & Wendy RayKenneth F. RectorMinda RedburnIsaac H. RegenstreifWilliam & Eileen ReillyCraig & Nicole ReinhartRembold Properties, LLCRichard & Ramona RexNancy K. RhodesRichard Brown ArchitectsGeorge E. RichardsonDavid RobboyDebra A. RobertsLela F. RobertsRobin Robinson*Jim RobisonMary Lee RoesenerRichard Rolf & Kim SingerJoe Rollins*Mary RoneyTami L. RonigerCharles & Judith RooksEric J. RosenfeldDaniel Rosenhouse& Pamela WaldmanSamuel J. RowlettRoyal Deone ClubMary RubleThomas E. RuhlTodd RussoTodd A. RutherfordRandy & Carol RutschmanLaurie A. RutterKurt W. RuttumSafeway Inc.Evelyn SahliRichard M. SahliKasey SaitoKelly T. SaitoMandonna SalehiSemi P. SauloNicolas SauvieRonald & Lynne SaxtonMuffie ScanlanRobert D. ScanlanBarbara F. SchaumbergGeorge & Cheryl ScherzerRobert T. ScherzerSidney and Alyne SchlesingerCharitable FoundationSusan M. SchreiberJames SchullerRichard & Marcy SchwartzScout Search, Inc.William & Barbara SealFelipe & Rebecca SemperRay Shellmire*Shellmire UnlimitedBrett & Julie SheppardSunny ShinJohn & Joan ShipleyFrederick S. ShipmanRobert & Mara ShlachterSaga ShoffnerThomas & Margaret ShraderKimberly S. Silva-OswaldRonald K. SilverGuy & Vicki SilveyCarroll & Rosalie SimpsonLouis D. SimpsonDurelle D. Singleton*Wayne & Christine SlovickBetty J. SmithCarole L. SmithDebra L. Smith*Delford & Maria SmithMichael R. Smith*Princella Smith*R.P. Joe & Meredith SmithStephen & Barbara SmithPhyllis G. Spaulding*Philip & Michelle SpiesDarko & Alison SpoljaricSt. Anthony's School & ChurchThomas & Janet StanwyckAndrew SteinThomas A. SteinDeborah D. SteinbachDonald & Julie SterlingBruce SternJack R. StowellStudio RileyMichelle StuksSub-WayVicki K. TagliaficoTalisman GalleryBrian D. TaylorMaisha Taylor


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