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Annual Report 2020-2021

A proud mission partner of the Virginia Synod of the ELCA


Making the world a more loving place ...

A note from CEO Ray Ratke &

Board Chair Rick Goeres

The people we serve are thriving, thanks to your support.

Once again, we offer our thanks for you during an unprecedented time in our shared

communities. And, as always, it has been through your faithful support that the

children, families, and adults we serve each day have thrived, despite the challenges

that we all face at this time. Our staff and caregivers have acted carefully,

endeavoring to embrace our world’s new normal, as you have with your family. We are

grateful for your support, which has empowered our mission to serve the most vulnerable

members of our shared communities at this most important time.

For enCircle, there have been far more victories than stumbling blocks over the past

year. Our Minnick School students and educators have been resilient, flourishing

despite the fluctuation between virtual and in-person learning. We have celebrated

seven adoptions from our Treatment Foster Care program and over 20 children placed

with loving families. Our practitioners provided counseling care and support to 36

adoptive families and 184 outpatient mental health clients this year, using telehealth

technology to reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19. Group Home residents and In-

Home Support clients have celebrated birthdays, holidays, and day-to-day milestones

within their homes, and later, within their larger communities, according to safety

guidelines. We are proud to say that 100% of our Group Home residents were

vaccinated to maintain their health and safety this spring. We celebrated the victories

and worked through the challenges of this time.

As we look back on 2020-2021, it has also been a time of growth and vitality for

enCircle programs. We began the year by adding the seven Group Homes of

Stonebrook Community Services, LLC in Martinsburg, WV, to the enCircle family. We

are excited to expand our services in a region found to be a strong fit for our

mission. In the spring of 2021, enCircle identified former Treatment Foster Care

program leader Maurice Gallimore to lead our growing Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

efforts for the organization. Maurice brings 18 years of enCircle relationships and

experience to help us grow and learn from each other. In December 2021, we are

delighted to open our eighth Virginia-based Group Home in Fairfax, VA. This project is

in collaboration with Marian Homes, Inc. a fellow nonprofit which shares our mission

to serve adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Our Immigration and

Refugee Services program continues to grow. As we currently serve unaccompanied

youth through the Safe Release and the Home Study Post Release programs, we are

also awaiting response on grant opportunities to serve unaccompanied children and

teens in finding safe and loving guardians, as they await reunification with family. We

are excited by these expanding opportunities for impact across the Commonwealth

and in West Virginia.

We don't know exactly what the next year will hold, but we are confident enCircle will

persist through any challenges, thanks to your unwavering support. Thank you for

entrusting us with your many gifts of time, talent, and treasure. We are proud to

share our financial and programmatic outcomes with you in this annual report.

Blessings for peace and health to you and yours,


Financials for 2020-2021

2.1%

Revenue

State and local reimbursement for services - $37,956,028

Federal Cares Act Grant - $714,011

Fundraising contributions - $370,055

95.2%

Expenses

Investments and other income - $831,709

10.5%

TOTAL REVENUE

$39,871,803

3.5%

0.7%

Developmental Services (VA and WV) - $24,366,043*

Minnick Schools - $7,909,718

Administrative Support - $3,993,579

20.8%

Foster Care, Adoption & Community-Based Services - $1,318,960

Imigration and Refugee Services - $229,454

64%

17.5%

Development - $250,332

7.6%

TOTAL EXPENSES

$38,068,086

Individuals - $277,216

Fundraising

Corporate/Foundation Grants - $64,606

74.9%

Church - $28,233

TOTAL

FUNDRAISING REVENUE

$370,055

*Includes Fiscal Year 2021 expense of $778,055 for amortizaton of goodwill.






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Annual Report

2020-2021

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