Fiscal Year 2022 Annual Report

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Dear Project HOME Community,

Each new year provides an opportunity to reflect on the past 12 months and look toward the future with hope, resolve, and renewed determination. It’s a time for us to share about Project HOME’s work, and the impact that we create—together. It is also a time to identify the new challenges and opportunities to make more progress on our ultimate goal to end and prevent chronic street homelessness in Philadelphia. Most importantly, it’s an occasion to express our gratitude to you and the entire Project HOME family.

We are profoundly grateful for all we have been able to accomplish in Fiscal Year 2022. Our work creates opportunities for people and families to heal, grow and accomplish their goals and for neighborhoods to advance their quality of life. We couldn’t have done it without your leadership, your vision, and your steadfast support.
We know that there is much work still to be done. The devastating effects of poverty, violence, and substance use continue to pose historic challenges in Philadelphia and beyond. Racial injustice and systemic inequalities continue to exact a toll that must be addressed. Thanks to your partnership, we are working every day to expand our capacity to address these challenges head on.

We take on this work with a deep sense of gratitude. In reflecting on the last year, we are reminded of these words from President John F. Kennedy:

“As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them.”

Together, we continue to live by our values every day. We know that our efforts depend on the vision and contributions of talented individuals and a deeply committed community with a shared mission. For more than three decades, our project HOME family has been guided by the same vision: None of us are home until all of us are home.
Thank you for your belief in the power of that vision. We are excited about what’s to come in 2023.

With warmest gratitude,



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Statement of Activities

Year July 1, 2021 to June 30, 2022







Contracts and Government Funding



Housing and Support Services


Contributions and Grants



Outreach Services


Medicaid/Medicare, net $5,420,785   Education and Employment Services $2,013,521

Program Income and Fees, related parties



Health Services


Special events $269,988   Strategy and Impact Services $995,387
Investment loss, net ($5,480,013)   Real Estate Development and Asset Management $1,026,854
TOTAL $50,287,320   Property Management Services $9,299,703








Management and General





Fundraising and Communications









Housing Development Expenses









FY22 Revenue Graph


FY22 Expenses Graph

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Our Impact

Our FY22 Infographic is available by clicking below. 


FY22 Annual Report Infographic



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Fiscal Year 2022 Board of Trustees




Joanne Berwind

Kathy Z. Anderson

Joseph Ferry 1989-93

Jeff Cook

Donna Boscia

Stephen Gold, Esq. 1994-2001

Joan Dawson-McConnon, CPA*

D. Walter Cohen

Margaret Healy, Ph.D. 2002-05

Debbie Fretz

Steve D'Angelo

William Harvey, Esq. 2006-09

Gus Gray

Robert Downing

Kathleen Owens, Ph.D. 2010-16

William Harvey

Frances Egan

Debbie Fretz 2017-Present

Bridget Jacobs

Stephen F. Gold, Esq.


Marc Jenkins

Dennis Griffin


Lori Lasher

Margaret Healy, Ph.D.


Megan Maguire Nicoletti

Lynne Honickman


Lisette Martinez

Hyacinth King


John McDonald

Louis Mayer


Leigh Middleton

Joseph Miller


Dainette Mintz

Joyce Miller


Wes Mitchell

Patrick O'Grady


Marcel Pratt

Kathleen Owens


Norma Reichlin

Pedro Ramos


Estelle Richman

Emily Riley


Amy Riley

Michael Rubinger


Sister Mary Scullion*

Susan Sherman


Jim Smith

Glenn Shively


Thomas Walker, Jr.

Georgianna Simmons


Joyce Wilkerson

Gerald Strid



Riki Wagman



Lara C. Weinstein, M.D.


*All trustees are independent voting members except those marked with an asterisk.

None of us are home until all of us are home®