The success and development of the Rose Andom Center is due to the generous time and talents of MANY committed individuals, agencies and professionals!
Each of the partner agencies (listed in the footer of each page) have contributed hundreds of hours participating in planning meetings, reviewing documents, and contributing their expertise in moving this exciting project from a great idea to a living reality.
A conservative estimate tallies more than 14,000 hours of time that has been contributed over the past five years in the work to develop governance and operations policies, scope of services, intake and program policies, marketing, facility design, sustainability and fundraising! This process has helped ensure a wide range of voices and perspectives have been part of the planning process and will develop the best practices in serving domestic violence victims and their children at the Rose Andom Center.
Hats off to you!!
Additional thanks and acknowledgement to:
In 2012 the Rose Andom Center was awarded a Consulting Support Services grant from the DOSP to assist with the planning efforts. Lara Jakubowski, with LWJ Consulting worked tirelessly to assist in the development of our governance and management structure, funding strategies and a business plan. Cheryl Spector, an architect with Spector and Associates, has contributed her expertise to develop space planning to reflect the collaborative mission of the Andom Center.
Managing Partner Cole Finnegan and Attorney Chantell Taylor have provided vital legal expertise and advice in the development of the Rose Andom Center.
One Tribe was selected in 2012 to design and develop the Capital Campaign brochure, and well as the Rose Andom Center logo and website! Their creative talents in depicting the mission and vision of the Andom Center have been a great asset!
OZ Architects was chosen to design the extensive renovations to transform the building into the warm, welcoming site for the Rose Andom Center. It has been a pleasure working with their talented staff to create an environment that will be a vital resource for thousands of victims in the community.