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2015 Annual Report

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OUR MISSIONTo simply improve care.OUR VISIONTo be recognized as aCenter of Excellence inproviding and catalyzingworld-class advancedillness care Photograph on cover by Martha Fitzsimon

message from MaleneDEAR FRIENDS & SUPPORTERS,As we approach our 40th their families as they face For Capital Caring, 2015 making much-neededyear of service, I want life’s final journey is a was an amazing year of inpatient care availableto thank each of you for privilege like no other. Doing MORE. Highlights close-to-home for allbeing valuable members include… patients throughout ourof the Capital Caring With your help, and service area;community—whether as a because of Capital Caring’s GROWING our definitiondonor, volunteer, or one of experience, size, expertise, of patient “family” to MERGING palliative, As you read this 2015the thousands of families number of physicians on include companion pets hospice, inpatient, and Annual Report, Iwho have entrusted us staff, and other resources, by launching a Pet Peace crisis care through the hope you’ll join inwith the care of their we are able to care for all of Mind® pilot program Navigation Center so celebrating our sharedloved one. Simply put, who come to us—including in our Falls Church that patients/families need accomplishments. Yourwe could not do our work those with limited or no neighborhood. Patients call only one number to combined generosity haswithout your support. We financial resources—and with financial and/or access all Capital Caring touched, and continuesare truly, truly grateful. regardless of the severity physical needs can services; and to touch, countless lives of their disease condition complete their end-of-life and deliver enhanced,I sincerely believe that or the complexity of their journey without worrying EXPANDING our outreach world-class hospicethere is no greater calling needs. This distinguishes about their pets’ current in the community—by and palliative care to athan hospice work. The Capital Caring’s impact in or future needs; hosting our first “In Good grateful community.inspiration that our the community from that Faith” Prayer Breakfast,patients and their families of other local providers. CELEBRATING the which brought together Sincerely yours,give us infuses us with one-year anniversary leaders of faith groupsstrength and helps us THANK YOU for helping of our Capital Caring from across the Districtachieve our own inner make all of this possible. Adler Center in Loudoun of Columbia to raisepeace. We appreciate And please know that, in County, and advancing awareness of the resourceseverything around us. return, we are always plans to open inpatient Capital Caring provides toWe keep our work and striving to DO MORE for centers at Providence support local families inour lives in a clearer our patients, their families, Hospital in Washington, need of care.perspective. And we know and our community. D.C., and at Arborthe importance of the Terrace Senior Living Malene Davislittle things. Certainly, in Greenbelt, Maryland, President & CEObeing with patients and during 2016—thus 3


NAVIGATION CENTER INNOVATIONS ENSURETHE RIGHT CARE, AT THE RIGHT TIMECapital Caring’s Navigation Center continues to improve they want to be. They have also been shown to increaseupon practices and procedures to facilitate easy access to patient and caregiver confidence and can help avoid 911care, help patients and their families navigate through calls. The program continues to evolve so the process is Amen Otunba, Access Specialist Team Leadthe care system, and ensure patients and families receive even more efficient and can reach even more patients.the care they need, when they need it. The Navigation ACCESS TO OUR INPATIENT CENTERS has been A TeleCaring patientCenter is at the forefront of multimedia interactions unified through the Navigation Center, providing says, “I get phone callsdirected to Capital Caring to “Start Care Now,” which quicker referrals and admissions.includes phone calls, faxes, emails, web forms, Allscriptsubmissions, eDischarge submissions, and smart device PALLIATIVE, HOSPICE, INPATIENT, AND CRISIS CARE each day from theirapplication submissions.Innovations in 2015 included: have been merged through the Navigation Center, so that TeleCaring service. ATELECARING™— TeleCaring was launched throughout patients and families need call only one number (1-800- kind, gentle lady asksCapital Caring’s service area in 2011 and is a robust, 869-2136) to access all Capital Caring services. Each call if I am doing okay, is answered by a trained Access Specialist who will focus on what matters most to that patient and family, and theninnovative approach to care that ensures patients and their navigate them expeditiously to the care they need most. or need any morecaregivers get the care they need, whenever they need it.  equipment or medicine.Trained staff proactively call patients and families every STAFF HAVE BEEN CROSS-TRAINED IN ALL SERVICES, The calls are from a including registration visits as well as elements of palliativeday as an extra layer of support. The TeleCaring program care and inpatient services, so that at every turn patientsenables our staff to respond to possible issues rapidly byoffering emotional support as well as by quickly providing and families are speaking with knowledgeable professionalsreal person—not aneeded equipment and supplies. The calls help our with a deep understanding of all Capital Caring services.doing more for youpatientsandtheirfamiliesfeelsafe,comfortable,andwhere robo call.”and your family 5

CELEBRATING 12 MONTHS OF CARING AT CAPITAL CARING’S ADLER CENTER Dale and Len Adler More than 100 donors, Capital Caring’s vision, Adler Center in Loudoun Dea and Beau Van Metre friends, and supporters the Center would not have County was a major joined with staff and been built. Many of those leap forward as we plan6 | 2015 CAPITAL CARING ANNUAL REPORT volunteers in celebration donors were in attendance further expansion and of the Capital Caring and recognized. development of our Adler Center’s 1-year inpatient care capacity. anniversary. Located on Len Adler – who with wife the Van Metre Campus, Dale donated the lead gift In 2016, we will open we are so proud to have for the Center’s building a 14-bed center at created a one-of-a-kind and for whom the Center Providence Hospital in facility, combining a is named—made remarks. the District of Columbia hospice home team and Many of the donors, as well as a 7-bed center an inpatient unit, with including members of the at Arbor Terrace Senior an outpatient palliative Van Metre family were Living in Greenbelt, care team and the recognized during the Maryland. With the Interventional Center for program, as well. The Van opening of these two Pain and Palliative Care – Metre family generously centers, we will greatly all under one roof! donated the property increase the much-needed allowing Capital Caring to inpatient care available Capital Caring President build the Center, located and close-to-home for and CEO Malene Davis in the Stone Ridge area of ALL Capital Caring announced that in its first Aldie, VA. patients and families. year, the Center provided the comforts of home and Building on our world-class Capital Caring is eternally the medical support of a services, and based on grateful to an enormous hospital for 443 hospice more than 30 years of community of generous patients whose pain and experience gained at donors and supporters other symptoms required our Halquist Memorial who helped make this management not possible Inpatient center in possible! at home. If not for the Arlington, the opening of thousands of generous the Capital Caring donors who shared

Volunteers assemble and deliver floralarrangements to residents in CapitalCaring’s inpatient centers. 7

“PET PEACE OF MIND®” PROGRAM HELPS KEEP PETS AND FAMILIES TOGETHER DURING HOSPICE CAREBelow: Nellie Belle; Malene Davis, On September 15, Capital Caring launched a new needs. Services may include assistance with pet foodvolunteer Gail Fisher, Karita Knisely, program, Pet Peace of Mind, which recognizes and and cat litter, veterinary care and medications, asvolunteer Abby Lampela, and Grants actively supports the unique and very special bond well as grooming and boarding—depending on eachManager Sally Mallison display between hospice patients and their companion patient’s physical and/or financial needs. “Hospice isgrant check pets. The program—piloted initially in our Falls designed to integrate care for the patient and the Church neighborhood—will be rolled out to other patient’s family—including companion pets,” said Karita neighborhoods in late 2016. Knisely, Volunteer Services Coordinator for Capital Caring’s Falls Church neighborhood. “We see a patient Capital Caring received a generous start-up grant from dealing with advanced illness as a whole, and often pets the organization that developed and guides the Pet Peace are a major part of their life.” of Mind (PPOM) program for not-for-profit hospices across the country. We are the only hospice in the area Anyone interested in becoming a Pet Peace of Mind participating in this remarkable and generous initiative. volunteer may contact us at 800-869-2136. We also welcome the support of veterinarians, groomers, PPOM helps patients complete their end-of-life journey boarders, and owners of pet-related businesses. without worrying about their pet’s current or future8 | 2015 CAPITAL CARING ANNUAL REPORT

CAPITAL CARING TEAMMOBILIZES TO MEET NEEDS OFPATIENT CARE FUND FAMILYSeven thousand two hundred and Right away, our volunteer Within 24 hours, the What a difference a dayforty-five miles is a long way from home. who speaks the family’s hospice team had rallied. makes. native Urdu language A volunteer who wasHaving worked many years at his local made herself available moving out of the area This family was braveembassy in Pakistan, the father of our to translate during visits made her final gesture enough to pursue theirhospice patient and his wife and four from the hospice nurse, of kindness by donating dreams. It was our joy tochildren were finally able to immigrate medical director, and a king-size mattress. Our do all we could to supportto the United States in 2015—primarily social worker to the staff’s generous families them in this seek a better life for the children. family’s Falls Church contributed boxes of Because the family hadThe eldest child, Muhammad, was a apartment. The hospice supplies and food from no financial resources or13-year-old boy who weighed 24 pounds team assessed the family’s their own homes. The insurance, Muhammad’sand was living with cerebral palsy. immediate needs: they social worker acquired a care was supported by lived in crowded quarters dining table and six chairs our Patient Care Fund with few necessities, all at a local thrift store. And Program—which, in turn, six family members slept the nurse case manager is supported by generous on the same mattress on brought in some of her donors throughout our the floor, and they had no own children’s toys for all community. furniture and very little four children. food. The father rode his Ultimately, Muhammad’s small, child-size bicycle to The next morning, a family—at the advice of our work each day. Two of the volunteer, intern, and staff Medical Director and due to children had just started delivered the mattress, his age and the possibility of their first day of school in dining set, new adult-size cure—made the decision to the United States. bicycle, and donated food pursue aggressive curative and household supplies treatments and chose to be to the family’s basement discharged from hospice care. apartment. 9

Staff, volunteers, donors, and supporters gather at the Capitol to meet with Senators and Representatives to advocate on behalf of the Care Planning Act.10 | 2015 CAPITAL CARING ANNUAL REPORT

doing more for our communityENGAGING COMMUNITIES TO IMPROVE CARECapital Caring engages On June 25, staff, members on the need Board of Trustees Chair Tom Koutsoumpasmembers of our volunteers, partners, and to champion patient-community and other key supporters met with more centered policies that willstakeholders as we strive than a dozen Senators empower improve hospice care for and Representatives onour patients and families. Capitol Hill in support We look forward of the Care Planning Act to continuing theA Prayer Breakfast held introduced by Senators momentum these eventson April 14 at Howard Mark Warner (D-VA) and generated, as we engageUniversity’s School of Johnny Isakson (R-GA), the broader communityDivinity brought together both to raise awareness of to ensure patients anda diverse gathering of this important legislation families are heard inleaders from faith groups and to describe how its the national healthcareacross the District passage would support dialogue and that, withinof Columbia to raise hospice providers and our own community, theyawareness of the resources benefit those we serve. are connected to resourcesCapital Caring provides The Hill Day also included that support them duringto support local families a lunch briefing attended their time of need of care as well by community leaders andas the important role other health advocacythat spirituality plays in organizations to informhospice work. Congressional staff Malene Davis welcomes Prayer Breakfast attendees 11

CAPITAL CARING NAMED “ORGANIZATIONAL HOME” FOR VIRGINIA PHYSICIAN ORDERS FOR SCOPE OF TREATMENT (VA POST) INITIATIVEMatt Kestenbaum, Capital Caring Studies have shown overwhelmingly that advance The VPC subsequently awarded Capital Caring the honorMedical Director and VA POST directives alone are not sufficient to ensure a person’s of being named the “Organizational Home” for VAAssociate Medical Director end-of-life care wishes are appropriately documented POST. As such, we are now tasked with implementing the and honored. This has resulted in people dying in the program throughout Virginia, including responsibility hospital when they would rather be at home, and in for POST form maintenance and distribution, oversight their receiving unwanted and often extreme treatments of regional programs to ensure consistency, training and interventions. In short, they have been denied the and development of qualified facilitators for end-of-life basic right of self-determination at the end of life. discussions, education and outreach, and raising program funds. The program has attained “Endorsed” status and Formed in 2012, the Virginia POST Collaborative we seek to reach “Mature” status—requiring that of the (VPC) is part of a national movement ( 95 hospitals, 266 long-term care facilities, and 69 hospice of transferable medical orders designed to improve programs in Virginia, more than 50% utilize POST. Our communication among patients, physicians, and goal is to secure 100% utilization. emergency medical service providers with the goal of ensuring that patients’ preferences are clearly documented, transcribed into enforceable medical orders included in the patient’s medical record, and subsequently followed across care settings. This initiative started in Oregon in the 1990s and has spread across the country, with more than 40 states now having some sort of POST program in place or in development. It emphasizes advance care planning conversations and shared decision- making. The outcome of these important conversations is a completed POST form which translates informed decisions into actionable medical orders.12 | 2015 CAPITAL CARING ANNUAL REPORT

THRIFT STORE RECEIVES “TWICE AS NICE” SHOP HOSTS Above: The Thrift Store; Twice as NiceMAKEOVER Manager Stacy Adrian and Monte Durham; Opening event attendeesThanks to the outstanding work of Capital Caring’sThrift Store volunteers and the talented Monte GRAND OPENING “It is amazing whatDurham, Fashion Director on TLC’s Say Yes to theDress: Atlanta and long-time supporter of Capital a hand can do forCapital Caring launched its new Twice as Nice upscaleCaring, our 18-year-old Thrift Store underwent a giantmakeover and re-opened with a brand new, refreshed resale shop with a grand opening in November. Guestslook in July. The store received a fresh coat of paint were treated to an entertaining and whimsical fashionand new carpeting, and was reorganized to be more show, as well as a display of beautiful original artwork. someone, whethervisually appealing to shoppers. All proceeds help it be placed on theirsupport Capital Caring’s mission to deliver world-class The stylish, upscale second-hand shop features shoulder or in theirhospice care to families, regardless of their ability to donated items such as furniture, art, jewelry, rugs, andpay. The store offers great values as well as a welcomeconnection for recently bereaved family members who lap. The hands ofcollectibles. Proceeds from the shop fund our hospicewish to donate their loved one’s clothing, furniture,and other possessions. and palliative care for patients in need, as well as Capital Caring are bereavement counseling and other services for their always there.”families. Twice as Nice is located in Tysons Corner at 8344 Leesburg Pike and relies on volunteers for pricing, – Monte Durhammerchandising, and staffing the shop. For information on donating or volunteering, please contact the shop manager at 703-752-1045.We are grateful to all the volunteers who sort, price,display, and sell donated items to our customers. TheThrift Store is located at 6172 Arlington Blvd. in FallsChurch. For information on donating or volunteering,please contact the store manager at 703-532-5355.

thank you to our amazing volunteers Compassionate volunteers are the heart and soul of Capital Caring. Our organization was founded by volunteers and continues to rely on their generosity and commitment to offer a caring, cost-effective program. We are fortunate to be supported by more than 900 volunteers throughout our service area. TO ALL CAPITAL CARING VOLUNTEERS, we extend our sincere gratitude. Here is a sampling of volunteers at work…14 | 2015 CAPITAL CARING ANNUAL REPORT

Opposite page: Keith Everett visitsmilitary veteran and hospice patientGeorge Dumas and family; MiddleSchool volunteer Saif Khan collectingdistilled water for patients who useoxygen concentrators; Fall Church H.S.volunteers Maggie Reca and WilliamRoberts (seated) assist with Pet Peace ofMind administrative tasks.This page: Air Force Honor Guardvolunteers meeting and greeting veteransenior residents of Washington House inAlexandria.  15

HERITAGE SOCIETY PLANNED GIVING A reception was held at the Capital Caring Halquist We are grateful for the planned giving of Rosa Bente Inpatient Center on September 24 to honor our Lee. She will be remembered as a retailer, entrepreneur, Heritage Society members—those who have included philanthropist, and remarkable advocate for Capital Capital Caring in their estate plans. We’re pleased Caring. Her equally remarkable gift will be used for to announce that Carol O’Connell Minkin and Dr. years to come for both capital and other projects to George Bogumill joined the Heritage Society in 2015. ensure we continue to simply improve care for our patients and their families. This page: 2015 Heritage Society 1616 | 2015 CAPITAL CARING ANNUAL REPORT

When you support Capital Caring, you make a tremendousdifference in the lives of our patients and their families.Whether you make a donation, attend our annual Passionfor Caring Gala or other special event, include CapitalCaring in your estate plans, or give in other ways, we thankyou for your generous support.PASSION FOR CARING GALAHeld on November 7, the 2015 Passion for Caring Gala: Making Bucket List DreamsCome True brought together hundreds of business leaders, dignitaries, care providers,community leaders, and family members who benefited from the care they receivedfrom Capital Caring.In addition to the wonderful dinner and dancing, Capital Caring recognized SenatorsTom Daschle and Bob Dole with the Pioneer in Hospice Award for their ongoingsupport of hospice and their bipartisan leadership to help ensure access to homehealth care for millions of Americans. Capital Caring also recognized mumms®Software with the Passion for Innovation Award for its work to revolutionize hospicecare through technology.thank you to our Top: The Zuccari Family. Bottom: Tom Koutsoumpas, Malene Davis, and Senator Bob Dole.wonderful donors 17

ways you can giveCapital Caring is grateful DONATE to one of Capital ENCOURAGE Capital Caring services. EVENTS: Attend one offor the financial support Caring’s many programs DONATIONS IN MEMORY There are several ways Capital Caring’s manyit receives from the and services or allow us OF A LOVED ONE by to make a planned gift; festive events, galas, andcommunity, allowing us to use your gift where it designating Capital Caring the most popular and other fundraisers thatto continue to fund the is most needed. Financial in lieu of flowers. enduring is through a benefit our community,Patient Care Fund (charity gifts, large and small, help charitable bequest, a gift or host an event at yourcare), bereavement and us to help others. Our CONSIDER A MEMORIAL made through your will. home and allow us togrief services, building and annual Tribute Lights NAMING OPPORTUNITY. share the value of ouroperations of inpatient Memorial Campaign is a Capital Caring has bricks, GIFTS OF STOCK: work with your friends,centers, and other great way to remember a wall plaques, artwork, Donating appreciated neighbors, or colleagues.programs and services. loved one at the holidays rooms, outdoor gardens, stock to Capital Caring or any time of year. Often, and other physical ways to can be financially DONATE BY SHOPPING:So often we hear words families also choose to memorialize a loved one. beneficial to you and a Donate items to and/orof appreciation from send a message of thanks much-appreciated gift to shop at our Thrift Storefamilies, friends and and share their story along MONTHLY GIVING: Join our organization. located at 6172 Arlingtonneighbors who had a loved with their gift. other Circle of Caring Blvd. in Falls Church;one in our care. They ask, members by becoming WORKPLACE GIVING: and our new upscale“What can I do to give back?” ·Donate Online: Visit a monthly sustainer and If you and perhaps your Twice As Nice Shop–Capital Caring has many provide consistent, reliable colleagues wish to support featuring fine furniture,ways to show gratitude, and select the Donate and unrestricted financial Capital Caring through art, and antiques–locatedand we’re happy to work button to make a secure support. Indicate this workplace giving, there at 8344 Leesburg Pike inwith you to make your gift donation in honor or in selection when you make are several ways: Tysons meaningful as possible. memory of a loved one. your donation online or by mail, using a credit or ·C ombined Federal ·C all: Donating by phone is debit card. Campaign (CFC) #39664 simple. Call 703-531-2380. PLANNED GIVING: ·United Way and ·Mail: Mail gifts to Become a member of Community 1st of Capital Caring Resource our esteemed Heritage Greater Washington, Development, 2900 Society and leave a legacy DC–Write in “Capital Telestar Court, Falls ensuring that future Caring” in one of these Church, VA 22042. generations benefit from employer-sponsored campaigns18 | 2015 CAPITAL CARING ANNUAL REPORT

2015 donorsCIRCLE OF Ms. Martha C. Edmondson Mr. Robert T. Meloy Ms. Lauralie M. Wallace Christina “Ina” GinsburgCARING Mr. Dave Fowler Ms. Virginia G. Miles Mr. Frank L. Walski and Cynthia May Grabo Mr. John R. Frye and Mr. and Mrs. David G. Miller Mrs. Deborah A. Hull-Walski Peggy A. GrantMonthly Donors Ms. Cheryll P. Chew Mr. and Mrs. Guy Philip Ms. Mary Whitla Lawrence M. Harper Mr. John M. Gatt, Sr. Million Mr. James G. Wilson Traute R. HeinenMr. Michael W. Adkins Mrs. Nancy J. Gormley Mr. Clifford C. Neilson Mrs. Sheryl D. Yates Elizabeth E. HuguelyMrs. Ann N. Anderson Mr. Leo N. Graveline Ms. Patricia C. Pappas Ms. Patricia A. Young Barbara Ann KantorMr. and Mrs. Gary H. Arnold John and Janet Harris Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence S. Lynne KefferMr. and Mrs. Ruwan J. Ms. Joan B. Hensley Peters BEQUESTS * Denyse M. KucbelArseculeratne Mrs. Laura C. Hewitt Mr. Arthur R. Peyer Sandra E. LambMrs. Edith D. Bartlett Ms. Marylou Hobbs Ms. Faye A. Powell Robert H. Anderson Rosa Bente LeeMrs. Louise T. Becton Mr. and Mrs. Douglas E. Mrs. Hazel Rathbun Joan H. Barton Arthur L. LitkeMrs. Gretha C. Blake Hough Mr. and Mrs. William D. Read Grover C. Batts John W. McCaffreyDr. George P. Bogumill Mr. Harold W. Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Roger P. Ross Vida M. Baugh Donald McCauleyMrs. Gale Ann Bowers Col. Barbara P. King Mrs. Maria Rushing Violet G. Blakeley Shirley S. PlattMs. Irma F. Brosseau Mrs. Elisabeth S. Knauff Ms. Leilani L. Sanders Margretta T. Brooks Rachel K. RuddellMr. Ray E. Broussard Ms. Mary Kobane Ms. Beverly Schlotterbeck William E. Carmichael Violet C. ShealyMr. John Barclay Burns Mr. and Mrs. David A. Koplow Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Margaret A. Cavanaugh Marjorie T. SmolkaMr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Ms. Susan K. Kral Seltman Donald O. Christiana Alfred T. SouderCalabrese, III Mrs. Natalie Latter Ms. Sandra P. Shapiro Mabel W. Clark M. Alexa ViedtMr. Earl A. Callender Mrs. Patty R. Lee Mrs. Lillian H. Smith Howard H. Danford Margaret Mary WolfeMrs. Mary B. Cavanaugh Mrs. Cynthia R. Lilley Ms. Janice Stafford Richard J. and Mary Dwyer, Jr. Walter A. WoodMs. Mary M. Collias Mr. Donald Lindquist Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Steven Helen Veronica ElmoreLt. Cmdr. and Mrs. John L. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond L. Ms. Margaret M. Tocci OrtolaniCrapo, USN (Ret.) Lum Ms. Paula L. Todrin James E. FeirMs. Linda R. Daley Mrs. Irene J. Manning Col. and Mrs. Robert W. H. Nelson Fitton, Jr.Ms. Janine A. Davidson Lt. Col. Barbara Estock Mays Turner Katherine G. GassertMr. Paul Del Giudice Ms. Julia R. McClung Mr. Richard Utano Barbara GieselerMs. Harriett R. Dickerson Ms. Dawn M. McGruder Col. Graham D. Vernon Ms. Kehaulani Volhein*Deceased 19

HERITAGE Christine Buckley-Currie Sheri L. Henderson Carol O. Minkin George F. SteegSOCIETY Annemarie V. Burton- Alice L. Henry Marguerite G. Mohon William M. Stell Rosenzweig Charles M. Hicks Jane B. Montgomery Krista J. StewartIndividuals who have Constance S. Cahill Wayne K. Hill Patricia Moore Edward Sullivantold us that Capital Len Campbell Doris H. Hinsey Alexander T. Morrow Eve L. TetazCaring is included Elizabeth K. Cassidy Frances M. Holland Marion A. Moshos Steven L. Titlebaumin their will or estate Boris E. Cherney Dao Thi Holley Thompson Chester Myslicki Juergen Toorenplans, or in another Michael F. Cieslak Nina S. Holvey Jane Nicholl Gordon A. Tubbstype of planned gift. Ann C. Cole Mary B. Huddle Erroll V. Nicoll Loretta Tulloch Darleen Cors Sandra Hyden Barbara K. Nolan Kathy R. Van KleeckOn behalf of the future Johanna M. Cox Gladys E. Irvin Madeline R. Noonan Joan Van Metrepatients and families Madeline G. Crytzer Martha Anne Jesnak Alta M. Oben Merton D. Van Ordenwhose lives they will Yoshiko Dart Irene E. Kamm Julie M. Palais Dorothy M. Washkotouch, we thank them Gerard R. Dault Alma M. Kasulaitis Martin Pearl Carol J. Weberfor their thoughtful Eugene J. Davidson Joseph T. Keiger Barbara Perry James L. Welchgenerosity. Patricia Kay Davies Joan L. Keller John R. Pflug Marjorie E. White Thomas J. Dever James P. Kelly Scott C. Plein Earle C. WilliamsMary M. Adams Katherine A. Dey George Kennedy Kathryn W. Post Walter A. WoodMeryl N. Adler-Waak Margaret S. Dozier Patricia G. Kenworthy Judith A. Regner Katherine T. WoodH. Helenah H. Allen Stanley Dreyer Hallie M. Kugler Eleonore Rickover James K. WrightMartha E. Alliston Margaret J. Du Bois Theresa A. Lagueux Harriette C. Rinaldi Jeanette L. WursterHoward Armfield James N. Duley Russell V. Lee Carrolle M. Rinaldi Sheryl D. YatesElizabeth R. Armstrong Lawrence R. Eicher Rebecca J. Lipp Ingrid R. Rose George R. ZugJohn S. Autry Edward L. Feightner Linda A. Loy Betty J. RowenRuth B. Baker Linda Fields Vivian R. Lynn Gail V. Rudolph CHAMPIONSElfreda Baptist Patricia Freisen Elizabeth Maloney Ina P. SchecterElton W. Beasley Paul S. Frommer Elaine Marcuse Frank R. Scherf $50,000 or moreBruce L. Berlage Linda A. Fruehwald Virginia A. McArthur Jane E. SharpVictoria Blades Helen E. Garden Eileen T. McClay Barbara S. Sheehan AnonymousGeorge P. Bogumill Olga B. Gechas Duane A. McKenna Wendy A. Shelley Vida M. Baugh*Judith Brocksmith Russell D. Gibson Madeline M. McManaway Wayne Shelton Margretta T. BrooksMarian “Celeste” C. Brodigan Nancy J. Gormley Michael McNease Russell E. Simonaro The Walter Brownley TrustBuddy M. Brott John J. Gossage Stephen D. McWhorter Kyle E. Skopic William E. Carmichael*Virginia H. Brown Marshall H. Groom Mary J. Mellon Anthony R. Spadaro Margaret A. Cavanaugh*Christopher P. Bryant Gloria S. Hamilton Richard E. Merritt Betty J. Stacey Mabel W. Clark*20 | 2015 CAPITAL CARING ANNUAL REPORT *Deceased

Clark-Winchcole Foundation LEADERS Medline Industries Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Dr. Michael Byas-SmithCynthia May Grabo* Pet Peace of Mind Jordan Central Atlantic ToyotaPeggy A. Grant* $10,000 - $24,999 Phantom Fireworks Barbara Ann Kantor* DistributorsTraute R. Heinen* The Rice Family Foundation Mr. Jeff A. Kost Ms. Katrina D. CherryLynne Keffer* Anonymous Ms. Beth M. Skoll Sandra E. Lamb* Clearpath Solutions GroupRosa Bente Lee* The Adler Foundation, Inc. TEGNA Foundation Mary and Daniel Loughran Mr. Robert M. Coffelt, Jr.Donald McCauley* The Alisann and Terry United Bank Foundation, Inc. Mr. Irving M. ColonelBill Page Toyota, Inc. Collins Foundation Van Metre Family Luz Technologies Commercial Carpets ofM. Alexandra Viedt* Arlington County Agency Foundation, Inc. John W. McCaffrey* America, Inc.Wise Hospice Options on Aging Violet Shealy Mrs. Dianne C. Minikes Curtis O’Hara Foundation Mr. Frederick H. Baetjer* Washington Forrest mumms® Software Mrs. Mary Dickinson EvansADVOCATES Grover C. Batts* Foundation Northern Virginia Shag Club Sella Joan H. Barton* Ada and Albert Wibel Helen Veronica Elmore Edwaldan Foundation$25,000 - $49,999 BB&T Foundation Ortolani* Falcons Landing Chapel Fund Campion Asset Mr. Tony L. Willis Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Dr. Kathleen Fink and Dr.Anonymous Management, LLC The Bob Wiser Charitable Preston Matthew Kestenbaum186 Advertising E. Rhodes and Leona B. Trust Mr. and Mrs. David A. Fleming Therapy Services Inc.Violet G. Blakeley Carpenter Foundation Margaret Mary Wolfe* Schwind Ms. Nancy J. FouchsCareFirst BlueCross Congressional Federal Marjorie T. Smolka Ft. Belvoir ConsolidatedBlueShield Credit Union PARTNERS Alfred T. Souder Chaplain’s FundCoalition to Transform Mrs. Malene Davis and Titmus Foundation Mr. and Mrs. James GiddingsAdvanced Care (C-TAC) Mr. Robert Davis $5,000 - $9,999 Wells Fargo Foundation Christina “Ina” Ginsburg*Delman-Mortenson Betty Evans Charitable WilBea Medical Equipment Mr. and Mrs. Pedro GoitiaCharitable Foundation Foundation Anonymous Windstream Mr. Gerald C. HennesyRichard J. and Mary Dwyer, Jr. H. Nelson Fitton, Jr.* ACT for Alexandria Wollenberg Foundation Hospice Care CorporationBarbara Gieseler* Guernsey, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. World Bank Community Mr. and Mrs. Michael E.Hamilton Insurance Agency Lawrence M. Harper* Bruce, Jr. Connections Fund JalbertPrince William County The Hitt Family Donald O. Christiana Kody Holdings, LLCVCU - Virginia Geriatric Foundation, Inc. Marshall B. Coyne ASSOCIATES Kohlhaas-Mason AnnualEducation Center Mr. and Mrs. Russell A. Hitt Foundation, Inc. Golf Tournament Robert Trent Jones Golf Dr. Perry G. Fine $2,500 - $4,999 Denyse M. Kucbel**Deceased Club Charitable Foundation Mr. Lawrence R. Fouchs Ms. Prue B. Larocca Arthur L. Litke Ft. Myer Thrift Shop Anonymous Lifematters USA Loudoun County Mr. William Goodrum Adams Charitable Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Tim Martin Mr. and Mrs. Gary Mather Mr. David M. Graves Mr. Brant Baber Ms. Lynn Mento and Mr. The McCutchen Foundation Paul J. Hewgill Charitable Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. Bean Philip Mento Mr. and Mrs. William J. Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley G. Bush The Miller and Chevalier McGregor Charitable Foundation 21

ASSOCIATES Dr. Levon Avdoyan Lt. Gen. John H. Cushman, Mr. and Mrs. James Garibaldi Mr. and Mrs. Ralph P. Mr. and Mrs. Allen J. Baker USA (Ret.) Mr. John M. Gatt, Sr. Kennedycontinued Ms. Yvonne R. Bauduin Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ms. Mary A. Giarda Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Mr. and Mrs. Duane W. D’Agostino, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Gilligan Keyes, Jr.Mr. and Mrs. Brian Murphy Beckhorn Ms. Elizabeth Davis Mr. Franck Giraud The Kiplinger Foundation, IncPaycom Mrs. Louise T. Becton Mr. Michael Day Mr. and Mrs. David Gladstone Mr. and Mrs. James H. KirkQuatt Associates, Inc. Mrs. Donna L. Bernadzikowski Mr. and Mrs. Simon De Groot Ms. Jacqueline V. Golden The Kiwanis Club ofMr. Leo Radosta Ms. Susan K. Bird Col. Raymond Deitch, Mrs. Antonia G. Gordon Arlington, Inc.Right at Home Northern Ms. Amy Bishton USA (Ret.)* Mrs. Nancy J. Gormley Mrs. Allison C. KleinVirginia Mr. and Mrs. David J. Bohan Mr. Thomas H. DeLashmutt Mr. Leo N. Graveline Mr. Matthew KollMrs. Kathryn S. Rooney Ms. Nancy Bolish Mr. and Mrs. Eric Delman Ms. Mary-Alice Gray Mrs. Mead A. KrimMr. and Mrs. William Shapiro Mr. and Mrs. James F. Bouck Ms. Hiwot Desta Mr. Marshall H. Groom and Mr. Eric LazersonMr. and Mrs. Craig Sharon Mrs. Mary Stowe Boyd Mr. and Mrs. Michael Dillon Ms. Patricia Bray Mr. and Mrs. David T. LougeeMiss Nancy Sneddon Mr. and Mrs. John L. Brady Dimick Foundation Mr. and Mrs. David M. Mrs. Mary W. LuciusMr. John E. “Jack” Taylor Mr. Paul Branum Discovery Communications Guernsey Manassas Presbyterian ChurchChensi Tian Ms. Peggy C. Breeden Ms. Barbara A. Duckworth Mr. and Mrs. Michael Capt. William B. Marsh, Jr.,Mr. and Mrs. Alan Zuccari Mr. and Mrs. John T. Eastminster Presbyterian Harrington USN (Ret.) Brennan, Jr. Church Mrs. Martha Caldwell Harris Ms. Loretta M. MarshallFRIENDS Mr. David W. Briggs Efrein Foundation, Inc. Ms. Barbara P. Harslem Mr. and Mrs. James M. Mr. John H. Broadbent, III Mrs. Barbara Enyeart Mr. and Mrs. John T. Hazel, Jr. McAllan$1,000 - $2,499 Ms. Celeste Brodigan Mr. and Mrs. David L. Evans Healthsperien, LLC Mr. and Mrs. Randall H. Ms. Kathleen B. Burke Fairfax Memorial Funeral Mr. David C. Hess McFarlaneAnonymous Mr. Eric Burstein Home Ms. Margaret L. Hively Mrs. Jeanette J. McGannACT - Ross Family Fund Mr. and Mrs. John A. Bushnell Fairfax Memorial Park Mr. Robert Holmes Col. Charles I. McLain,Mr. George “Wally” Adamson Lt. Col. and Mrs. James N. Mr. and Mrs. Grant T. Faubion Holy Spirit Catholic Church USA (Ret.)*Mr. Daniel S. Adler Carpenter James E. Feir Ms. Babette R. Husson and Mr. Gary A. McLeanAgFirst Farm Credit Bank Roy and Elizabeth Carter Ms. Nancy Fenstermacher Mr. Timothy M. Lewis Ms. Elizabeth McNeilMr. and Mrs. Thomas Ailor Mr. and Mrs. Gregory J. Mr. David B. Filippi Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Microsoft Matching GiftsAir Force Officers’ Spouses’ Christman The Fine Family Fund Jenkins ProgramClub Mr. and Mrs. David Classen Mr. Bruce A. Finzen Mr. Philip M. John Ms. Virginia G. MilesMs. Karin Akerson Dr. Elizabeth L. Cobbs and Ms. Cecilia M. Fiske Dr. Don R. Johnson Mrs. Carol O. MinkinRobert N. Alfandre Philip D. Green, Esq. Ms. Elisabeth Fopp Ms. Constance Johnston Mr. and Mrs. Norris E.Foundation Mr. John E. Cochrane, C.P.A. Mr. Dave Fowler Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Kain MitchellMr. Mark Anderson Mr. John S. Cooke Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Fowler Mr. and Mrs. John F. Kantak Mr. and Mrs. Mark MoloneyMrs. Greta Arnold Crovato Products and Dr. and Mrs. John A. Fox Ms. Joan E. Kasprowicz Mrs. Patricia MooreMr. and Mrs. Ruwan J. Services LLC Mr. John R. Frye and Ms. Alice Katz Ms. Laura A. MorlacciArseculeratne Mr. Richard I. Crutcher Ms. Cheryll P. Chew Mr. Ronald W. Musselwhite Mr. Edward Nanas22 | 2015 CAPITAL CARING ANNUAL REPORT *Deceased

Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. Nassetta Mr. and Mrs. Mark S. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Mr. and Mrs. John Weir Mr. Matthew BensenMr. and Mrs. Edwin B. Neill Silverwood White Anderson Ms. Nancy B. BentremMr. and Mrs. Robert Newell Ms. Peggy T. Singleton Mrs. Anne S. Wohlford Mr. Darryl A. Andres Mr. Thomas BergJames M. and Virginia W. Ms. Michele Spence Ms. Kathryn Ann Yeager Ms. Patricia L. Apicelli Mr. Gordon BernhardtNewmyer Family Fund St. John’s Episcopal Church Ms. Patricia A. Young Mr. and Mrs. Gary H. Arnold Ms. Bobbi BernsteinMs. Diane M. Norton Mr. Jerome Stephens Mr. Satsuko Young Mr. James Ashurst Mr. and Mrs. Eugene L. BialekMaurice and Mary Owens Mrs. Elizabeth H. Stewart Mr. and Mrs. Allan L. Zalesky Association of American Mr. and Mrs. Harlow A.James and Theodore Pedas Mr. LeRoy Stewart Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey A. Zinn Railroads BickfordFamily Foundation Mr. James A. Storey Ms. Pamela S. Atkins Cmdr. and Mrs. Loren W.Mr. Emil H. Peront Mrs. Dorothea M. Stover NEIGHBORS Jan and Irwin Auerbach Biegler, USN (Ret.)Mr. Kevin L. Polchow Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Dr. Becky A. Bailey Mr. and Mrs. Jerry BirchmoreMs. Jennifer J. Polk Swistock $250 - $999 Mr. and Mrs. Arne J. Bang Mr. John M. BischoffMs. Lee Porter Mr. and Mrs. David Taylor Mr. Peter Banko, Jr. Ms. Julie BitzerMr. Richard James Price TCAA, Inc. Anonymous Baptiste and Wilder, P.C. The Blackburn FoundationProduction Solutions, Inc. The Community Foundation Mr. Elliot Abrams Mr. and Mrs. John L. Bardwell Inc.Regency Men’s Golf of Northern Virginia- Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Abrams Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Ms. Janice E. BlakneyAssociation Cardinal Bank Mr. Brian J. Acker Barlow Mr. Reid Joel BlissMr. and Mrs. Christopher E. Ms. Kathleen D. Thoman Mr. Donald B. Adams and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barnas Mrs. Barbara S. BlizzardReseigh Maj. Phillip G. Tidmore Ms. Ellen Maland Mr. Timothy J. Barnes Mr. Roland BlocksomMrs. Jennifer E. Reynolds Mr. and Mrs. Mark L. Turner Mr. Kevin Nigel Adams Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Barr Ms. Carol Blum andMr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Riordan United Way of the National Mr. Michael W. Adkins Mr. William Barrick Mr. Martin D. SchwartzMr. James J. Robertson Capital Area AEM Consulting Group LLC Mrs. Edith D. Bartlett Mr. Walter J. BodlingMr. Richard L. Rosen Mr. and Mrs. Victor A. Utgoff Ms. Julia R. Aerni Dr. Mary B. Barton Mrs. Betty J. BoergerMr. Richard E. Rubenstein Mr. Matthys K. Van Schaik Mr. Gregory Albright Mr. John A. Bartyczak Mr. Walter BolandMr. Alan A. Rubin Mrs. Ellen Vargyas Ms. Elizabeth M. Alexander Mrs. Linda Bassett Mrs. Linda B. BollonRachel K. Ruddell Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Ms. Pamela A. Alfano Mr. and Mrs. Joe Baumgarten Mr. Harvey R. BoltwoodSaint Agnes Church Vaughn Dr. and Mrs. M. A. Aliopoulios The Honorable and Mr. Elton A. BonnerMr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Mr. Anthony Vellek Mr. and Mrs. John R. Alison Mrs. Evan Bayh Mr. James W. BorchesScarano Mr. Larry Velte Mrs. Jennifer W. Alkhayat Mr. David H. Beck Ms. Joan BorgerNeil Schlussel Family Walker Chapel United Mrs. Katharine G. Alleman Mr. Barry Beemer Mr. Thomas F. Boudreau, Jr.Foundation Methodist Church Mr. Frank M. Alley, Jr. Ms. Loretta Beemer Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bower,Dr. and Mrs. George Seiler Mr. Larry W. Walker Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Amado Mr. Gilbert Bell Sr.Mrs. Nancy L. Shands Mr. Frank L. Walski and American Short Line Ms. Judith A. Bell Ms. Jennifer L. BowlingMr. and Mrs. Richard S. W. Mrs. Deborah A. Hull-Walski and Regional Railroad Mr. and Mrs. Rowland E. Bell Ms. Evelyn J. BoyntonShepard Mr. and Mrs. Paul Weiss Association Ms. Lisa L. Bellamy Mr. and Mrs. Charles M.Ms. Callie E. Shosho Mr. and Mrs. Dennis C. Welsh Mrs. Ann N. Anderson Ms. Mara Benner Bredehoft Mr. and Mrs. M. Dennis Ms. Penelope Breese Wharton 23

NEIGHBORS Mr. and Mrs. James O. Carson College of Distance Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Darling Drs. Adrian D. and Mr. Jeffrey C. Carter Education and Training Ms. Janine A. Davidson Eileen J. Duffycontinued Mr. Rick Carter Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Ms. Lucie M. Davis Ms. Janet W. Duke Mr. William S. Cassels Collins, III Mr. James De Lanoy Mr. and Mrs. John C. DulanMs. Judith Brocksmith Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Castro Mr. Steven J. Coloney Ms. Wendy Dean Sandy and Jim DunnMr. George F. Brookings Ms. Paula J. Causey Mr. Steve A. Cone Mr. and Mrs. Pierce E. Mr. Monte DurhamMr. Ray E. Broussard Mr. Karl H. Cerny Congregation Olam Tikvah DeGross, III Dr. Vera Dvorak and Dr.Mr. Charles Brown Mr. Theodore S. Chaconas Ms. Ann C. Connell Mr. Paul Del Giudice Joseph C. DvorakMrs. Helen L. Brownson Ms. EunSun Chae Mr. Darren Connell Mr. and Mrs. John J. Dell Ms. Virginia Dwyer*Mr. Steven M. Bruckner Mr. Albert E. Chaffee Mrs. Jan B. Conniff Democracy Federal Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. EckMr. Guido J. Brunetti Mrs. Margaret R. Chaillet Mr. and Mrs. Ray Converse Credit Union Mr. and Mrs. Jeff ElsmoreMr. and Mrs. Christopher P. Chancellor’s Village Ms. Marcia F. Conway Kirkwood H. Denham* Ms. Elizabeth LanouetteBryant Mr. and Mrs. Brian J. Mr. and Mrs. Gary L. Cook Mrs. Phyllis W. Denham EmgeMr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Buck Chappelle Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cook Mr. Michael Dent EP Federal Credit UnionMs. Beverly J. Budke Ms. Joyce M. Cherry Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery L. Mr. George A. Depaoli, Sr. Mr. Stephen EpsteinMrs. Margaret B. Bunce Adm. and Mrs. Henry G. Copeland Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Deuschl Ms. Pearl ErberMr. Jack H. Burke Chiles, Jr., USN (Ret.) Ms. Shirley F. Cornett Ms. Christine H. Deyoung Mr. Milton H. EricksenMr. John Barclay Burns Mr. J. Bruce Chudoba Mr. James Corrie Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Ms. Mary E. EsslingerMr. and Mrs. Lynn Burns Mr. John M. Cibinic, Jr. Mr. Graham A. Cosmas Dilworth Ms. Jean M. EssweinCapt. and Mrs. C. Joseph Ms. Luane M. Cindea Ms. Mary K. Cousins and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Donald B. Everly CommunityBustamante Cintas Corporation George N. Liacopoulos Dinger Funeral HomeMr. and Mrs. Juan J. Buttari Mr. and Mrs. David Clark Mr. Robert E. Cowley, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Mr. William F. EzzellMr. and Mrs. Ralph N. Ms. Hilda Clark Ms. Barbara J. Craig Dobson Fair Oaks CommunityCagle, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Matthew J. Clark Lt. Cmdr. and Mrs. John L. Mr. William J. Dobson Church of GodMs. Jeanne S. Cahoon Lt. Col. Roy C. Clark, Jr., Crapo, USN (Ret.) Ms. Josephine “Siobhan” Fairfax County MasterMr. and Mrs. Joseph J. USA (Ret.) Mr. Flint Criley Dockery Gardeners Association, Inc.Calabrese, III Clarke and Sampson, Inc. Ms. Doris B. Crosson Col. and Mrs. Robert C. Dodt Mrs. Dorothy P. FanucciMr. Earl A. Callender Mr. and Mrs. Roy F. Cleveland Mr. and Mrs. John S. Ms. Sandra K. Donelson Ms. Denise M. Felix-SilvaMr. and Mrs. Len Campbell Mrs. Marjorie Click Cummiskey Ms. Nikki Doremus Mrs. Patricia L. FerraroMrs. Elva-Lynn Campopiano Mr. and Mrs. Floyd F. Cline Mrs. Rosemarie Cunningham Mr. and Mrs. Leroy C. Ms. Michelle FerrittoMr. and Mrs. Scott D. Cannon Mr. Mark A. Clodfelter Mrs. Brooke S. Curran Doubleday, III Ms. Cairine FigueiredoMs. Deborah Carl Mr. Colin J. Cloherty D.M.I. Home Supply II Inc Mrs. Mary F. Downey Mr. and Mrs. Marc J. FinkMs. Barbara J. Carlsson Mr. Jack Cloherty Mrs. Catharina H. D’Alberto Mr. Michael Doyle Ms. Wendy C. Fischer, LCSWMr. and Mrs. John D. Carman Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Cocke Mr. Raimond A. Dallitis Ms. Dawn Draayer Ms. Susan E. FisherMr. Eric J. Carpenter Mrs. Mary Beth Cockerham Mrs. Billie J. Daniels Ms. Cheryl B. Dreiling Mr. Shawn M. FitzpatrickMs. Barbara L. Carr Ms. Mary Ann B. Coffland Dr. Peter A. Danton Mrs. Mary Jane Dubuc Ms. Deborah FleshmanMrs. Pierangela Carroll Ms. Adele D’Ari Ms. Mary A. Fletcher24 | 2015 CAPITAL CARING ANNUAL REPORT

Mrs. Martha T. Folk Ms. Barbara Gertzog Ms. Wendy Hahn Mrs. Janice B. Hernandez Idylwood Presbyterian ChurchMr. and Mrs. Stan Folsom Mr. Harry N. Giles Mrs. Kathleen A. Haldeman Mrs. Laura C. Hewitt Ms. Anne InmanMr. and Mrs. David R. Ford Mr. Andrew Gilman Mrs. Emma C. Haley Mr. Leo A. Hibson, Jr. International Monetary FundMs. Lesli Foster Lt. Col. Mark J. Gingras Ms. Ella B. Hall Ms. Brooke H. Hicks Mr. Roy Y. IrvinMr. and Mrs. John P. Fowler II Ms. Mary C. Ginn Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Hallman Ms. Janet L. Higgins Mr. William IrwinMs. Mary L. Fox Ms. Elizabeth Q. Glennon Miss Marie L. Hamill Ms. Tracie Hightower and Mr. Harold W. JacksonMr. and Mrs. Amiel W. Global Impact Ms. Kathy V. Hamor Mr. Patrick Shagena Mr. and Mrs. AnthonyFrancke Mr. Tony Goad Ms. Karen M. Hanchett Mr. Wayne Hinkel Jacobik, Jr.Ms. Brenda J. Franklin Mr. Donald B. Gochnauer Mr. Dennis Hanlon Mr. and Mrs. James V. Hirsch Mr. and Mrs. Mark T.Mr. and Mrs. Todd J. Frasso Ms. Marguerite F. Godbold Mrs. Linda Hansen Mrs. Shirley M. Hirsch JacobsonMr. Carl A. Fretts Mr. David Goldberg Mr. and Mrs. William V. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow W. Mr. Michael P. JacobsonMr. and Mrs. Jack Fretwell Ms. Jill Golden Hanson Hitchcock Ms. Kathleen A. JamesMrs. Charlotte Friend Ms. Katherine M. Gomm Linda H. Hardin* Ms. Marylou Hobbs Mrs. Mary Ellen JamesMrs. Lindalou Friesen Ms. Michele E. Gonsalves Ms. Sue Hargreaves Mr. James F. Hoebel Ms. Donna L. JamisonCommander Stephan J. Ms. Susan Goodman Ms. Victoria Harmatuk Ms. Sandra J. Hoffman Mr. John JamisonFroggett Ms. Sarita Gopal Harness, Dickey and Pierce, Mrs. Susan S. Hoffman Mr. and Mrs. William R.Mr. and Mrs. Paul S. Frommer Ms. Lauren E. Gordon P.L.C. Mr. Louis M. Hofheimer Jenkins, Jr.Mrs. Margaret M. Gaffen Mr. William H. Gordon Mrs. Naomi J. Harris Mrs. Mary J. Hogan Mr. Bruce JenningsShaun Gaffrey Mr. Michael W. Gorham Ms. Bridget D. Hartman Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hogye Ms. Margaret JennyMr. Charles R. Gallaway Mr. Dave Gorman Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Harvey Mrs. M. Elizabeth Holland Mr. Wayne G. JohnsMr. and Mrs. Steven T. Galles Mr. Gene F. Gould Mr. and Ms. Q. Russell Hatchl Ms. Judith Lee C. Hollohan Mr. and Mrs. David D.Ms. Freda Garcia Mr. Gary Graff Mr. and Mrs. William J. Haugh Ms. Marianne H. Holmes JohnsonMr. and Mrs. Mario A. Garcia Mr. and Mrs. Chris Grassi Ms. Doris Hausser Ms. Janet Holton Mr. Mark A. JohnsonMs. Deborra R. Gardner Mr. and Mrs. James L. Gray Ms. Jean Hawes Mr. Cary P. Hoover Mr. Art JonesMrs. Jacqueline Garland Mr. Robert L. Greco, III Mrs. Anne R. Hawkins Mr. Daniel Horowitz Ms. Elliott JonesMr. and Mrs. Edward V. Mrs. Paula A. Griffeth Ms. Barbara W. Hazelett Mrs. Leota J. Hosler Mr. and Mrs. Felton JonesGarlich, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin E. Mr. Robert E. Healy Elizabeth E. Huguely* Mr. Keven R. JonesMs. Mary L. Garnett Grimmig Mr. and Mrs. Brian Hedlund Arthur and Deborah House Mrs. Arlean S. JuhaszDr. and Mrs. Rudolph B. Mrs. Erica Grooms Ms. Carol E. Heim and Ms. Laurine Houston Dr. and Mrs. Arthur N. KalesGarrity Guardian Insurance Company Mr. Philip Carter Ms. Julie N. Houtz Mr. and Mrs. Arthur D. KallenMs. Donna Gatewood Ms. Janet P. Guenther Mrs. Barbara J. Hemma Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Huley Ms. Melissa N. KalnerJoseph Gawler’s Sons, LLC Mr. Stephen Gurdak Mr. and Mrs. John F. Henry Mr. Robert D. Hunt Jerome A. and Deena L.Mr. Dennis M. Gehley Ms. Elaine H. Gurian Ms. Sue J. Henry and Mr. Richard G. Hurlburt Kaplan Family FoundationMs. Virginia Geoffrey and Ms. Jane W. Gwinn Mr. Carter G. Phillips Mr. Brian C. Hyland Mr. and Mrs. Mark L. KaplanMr. John P. Andelin Ms. Carol A. Hadlock Ms. Joan B. Hensley Ms. Demetria Ico Mr. Steven KaplowMr. Yanick Georges Heritage Hunt Knitting Group Mrs. Pamela F. Kavanagh*Deceased 25

NEIGHBORS Ms. Sheeler M Kowalewski Mr. and Mrs. Keith C. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mayer Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mercier Mr. John Kramer Loughery Ms. Judith L. Mayrose Merrifield Communitycontinued Mr. Charles H. Krutz Ms. Melinda Love Lt. Col. Barbara Estock Mays Association Foundation Ms. Barbara A. Kuckenbecker Mrs. Marie Ruth Lukac Ms. Ysabel Burns McAleer Ms. Crystal L. MeyerMr. Mohammad Kaymanesh Mr. Philip R. Kuhn Mr. and Mrs. Raymond L. Mr. James A. McAskill Mr. and Mrs. John MiklosDr. Alexandra M. Kazakis Mr. Daniel M. Kush Lum Ms. Mariam E. McCall Ms. Elizabeth M. MillardMr. Lendell Keaton Maj. Gen. and Mrs. Robert Mr. Dzu Luong Mr. John McCarthy Mr. and Mrs. David A. MillerMr. and Mrs. Ronald C. H. Latiff Mrs. Cheryl Lushe Ms. Julia R. McClung Mr. and Mrs. David G. MillerKeaton Mrs. Natalie Latter Mr. and Mrs. Theodore C. Mr. Michael McCormick Mr. Gerald O. MillerMrs. Nancy S. Keener Mr. and Mrs. Daniel M. Lawn Lutz Mrs. Beverly McCutchan Mr. John M. MillerMr. William J. Keery Mr. and Mrs. David A. Mrs. Sarah E. Macklin Mr. James M. McDonald Mr. Nelson L. MillerMr. Donald R. Kehoe Lawrence Ms. Janet Macy Mrs. Jeannie McElveen Ms. Patrice MillerMs. Katherine R. Kehoe Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Mr. and Mrs. Alan F. Mager Ms. Mary J. McGoldrick Mr. and Mrs. Guy PhilipMr. Kevin Kelley Lawrence Mr. Jake Mages Ms. Dawn M. McGruder MillionRichard and Mary Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Don M. Leake Ms. Carol Ann Mahoney Mr. Terence J. McGurn Mr. James R. MillsFamily Fund Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Lee Mr. Robert L. Malec, Jr. Mrs. Margaret McKay Mr. John MitchellMr. Thomas C. Kelley Mrs. Patty R. Lee Ms. Sally L. Mallison Ms. Sandy R. McKenzie Ms. Kimberly MitchellMr. David H. Kellogg Mr. Thomas Lee Mrs. Irene J. Manning Ms. Catherine K. McKeown Mrs. Dorothy N. MogaMr. John R. Kemerer Mrs. Dena G. Leep Mr. and Mrs. Gerald L. Mrs. Julia A. McKone Mr. Darrin J. MollettMs. Mary E. Keninitz Ms. Robyn L. Legge Marchildon Mr. William J. McLaughlin Mr. J. Scott MonierMr. Weston Kennedy Mrs. Faith H. Lemanski Mr. Philip N. Margolius Mr. Robert M. McLeran Mr. Kevin P. MontgomeryMr. John J. Kenny Ms. Nora Y. Leng Markel Corporation Mrs. Madeline M. McManaway Ms. Barbara C. MooreMr. and Mrs. Michael L. Kerley Dr. and Mrs. Carl J. Leto Information Technology Ms. Elizabeth McMillan Mr. and Mrs. Dennis B. MooreCol. Barbara P. King Mr. J. Reilly Lewis Mr. and Mrs. John C. Martin Ms. Elizabeth L. McNair Mr. James A. MoorsMs. Janet E. King Mr. John A. Lewis Mr. Lawrence Martinez Mrs. Regan McNair Mr. and Mrs. Charles V. MoranMs. Michele Kirk Dr. and Mrs. Randall J. Lewis Ms. Maria E. Martinto Mr. Allen K. Mears Ms. Kathleen MoranMs. Jennifer Kitrel Mrs. Cynthia R. Lilley Mrs. Maryanne Martonik Mr. William Mechnick Mr. Michael A. MoranMs. Diana M. Klos Mr. Daniel C. Link, Jr. Maryland and Virginia Milk Ms. Maria A. Medina Ms. Janet MorelMr. and Mrs. Robert N. Knetl Mr. E. Mark Linton Producers Cooperative Mr. John Medlock, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian MorrisMr. Robert Knight and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. David Liss Assoc., Inc Ms. Robin Meintel Ms. Jean A. Morrison andJane A. Knight Mrs. Lois J. Little Ms. Katelyn Mason Mr. Robert T. Meloy Mr. Greg KnottMr. and Mrs. Lester B. Mr. Stacy B. Lloyd, III Mrs. Barbara Mathews Mr. Richard Mendelowitz Mr. Alexander T. MorrowKnutsen Mr. Thomas Lloyd Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Matthews Mr. David P. Mendis Mr. and Mrs. John MosessoMs. Mary Kobane Mr. and Mrs. John F. Long Mr. Russell H. Matthias Mr. and Mrs. Albert R. Dr. and Mrs. J. Cameron MuirMs. Nancy L. Koehler Loudoun Composting Mr. and Mrs. F. Gordon Merchent, Jr. Capt. and Mrs. Mark R.Mr. and Mrs. David A. Koplow Maxson Munson, USN (Ret.)Mrs. Androulla Koufoudakis Ms. Frances J Maxwell26 | 2015 CAPITAL CARING ANNUAL REPORT

Mr. Edmund L. Murdock Mr. George P. Pakidis Mr. and Mrs. Harold W. Rocking Chair Foundation Mr. Mark SandersMr. Keir Mussen Paley, Rothman, Goldstein, Prucha Mr. Robert A. Rodriguez Mrs. Kathleen SantoraMr. and Mrs. Arnold Rosenberg, Eig and Cooper Ms. Mary Catharine Puskar Mr. James F. Rogers Ms. Donna M. SaulnierNachmanoff Mrs. Betty B. Parker Mr. Thomas J. Raburn Mrs. Marla C. Rommelmeyer Mr. and Mrs. Peter A. ScalaMr. Andrew Nappi Mrs. Zoe H. Parker Ms. Carolyn Racich Dr. Faye Rosenbaum and Dr. Mr. James ScanlonMr. Clifford C. Neilson W. F. Parker Heating and Mr. Mario Ragazzone Michael Chaikind Mrs. Jennifer SchaferMrs. Priscilla D. Nelson Air Inc Mr. and Mrs. Eric Ramberg Mr. and Mrs. Laurence SodermanMs. Sydney P. Nester Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey P. Parsons Mr. Edward H. Rankin Rosenblatt Ms. Mary A. SchatlzeMs. Martha A. Newman Mr. Gustavo Pascale Mr. and Mrs. David L. Rapson Mr. Corey Rosenbusch Ms. Elizabeth ScheimanMr. John Newton Ms. Dana Pawinkski Mrs. Hazel Rathbun Ms. Sharon E. Rosendhal Ms. Beverly SchlotterbeckMs. Phoebe O. Nicholas Ms. Carolyn Peal Lutheran Church of the Mr. and Mrs. Glenn H. Mr. Mark SchneiderMr. and Mrs. Dan H. Nicolson Mr. Alton A. Pedersen Redeemer Rosenthal Mr. Paul A. Schott, Jr.Ralf and Jan Nies Mr. and Mrs. Alan Pendleton Mr. William J. Redlin Mr. and Mrs. Paul S. Mr. Chris SchreinerMr. Michael Nies and Mr. Herman L. Penner Mr. Charles Reichley Rosenzweig Ms. Susan SchruthMrs. Julie Nies Ms. Judith M. Penniman Dr. and Mrs. Robert L. Reid Mr. and Mrs. Roger P. Ross Mr. David SchusterMs. Cindy Nordlie Ms. Barbara Perry Dr. Mary D. Restifo Roth Capital Partners Mr. Richard SchwartzbardMs. Katharine L. Norris Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence S. Resurrection Evangelical Mr. Gary R. Roth Mr. and Mrs. John S. Schwarz*Dr. Arthur J. Novick Peters Lutheran Church Mr. Gerald J. Roth Mrs. Wencke C. SchweizerRobert A. Nussbaum, M.D. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert M. Petitt Ms. Aileen M. Reynolds Mr. Mark N. Roth Mr. Walter J. ScottMrs. Elizabeth R. Ochenrider Mr. William E. Phelps, Jr. Mrs. Sarah H. Rhyne Mr. Randolph D. Rouse Ms. Ann H. ScullyMr. and Mrs. G. Peter Mr. Thomas E. Phipps Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rice Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Ms. Marian ScullyO’Connor Mr. and Mrs. Joe D. Phoenix The Reverend Carolyn Rudisill, III Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. ScullyMr. and Mrs. John O’Donnell Mr. and Mrs. John U. S. Richar and Mr. David Mrs. Ellen H. Rufe Mr. and Mrs. Martin F.Mr. Donald T. Oellerich and Physioc, Jr. Dieselhorst Mr. Erastus Ruga SedlazekMs. Jane Gordon Mr. Greg Planthaber Mrs. Carolyn A. Rieth Mr. John Ruml Dr. and Mrs. Errol SegallMr. and Mrs. James O’Hare Mr. Jonathan B. Plater Dr. and Mrs. Faud Rihani Mrs. Maria Rushing Mrs. Deborah J. SelfMr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Posner-Wallace Foundation Ms. Barbara J. Ritter Mrs. Janie Rutherford Mr. and Mrs. Alfred M. SelgasO’Keefe Mr. and Mrs. Chris Poteat Mr. and Mrs. Keith B. Ritter Mrs. Martha Ryerson Ms. Eva M. SerinaMs. Sandra J. Olson Mr. and Mrs. Jason Potter Mrs. Jacquelyn M. Rizzo Mr. George S. Saad Ms. Meaghan ShaheenThe One Voice Community Mr. and Mrs. Armand R. Ms. Julia Robbins Mr. George Sagatov Ms. Jane E. SharpBoard of Directors Poyant Mrs. Carmela A. Roberts Mr. Kenji Sakai Ms. Dorothy C. ShawMs. Ann O’Neil and Capt. and Mrs. John H. Mr. Edward L. Roberts, Jr. Saks Fifth Avenue Ms. Joan E. ShepherdMr. Lennox Shelton Preisel, Jr. Mr. Kevin Robertson Ms. Cynthia Sale Mrs. Nina SheppardMr. Richard C. Ordeman Ms. Betty J. Price Ms. Kirsten J. Robinson Ms. Evelyn Sale Mr. and Mrs. Bob SherwoodMr. Vincent T. O’Rorke Mr. Brian Prindle Mr. William Q. Robinson Mr. Mark Salesky Mrs. Mildred L. ShiverMs. Jennifer Ostenson Ms. Emily H. Proctor Dr. Ann Rochmis and Samaha Associates PCMr. Thomas A. Owens Dr. Paul G. Rochmis 27*Deceased

NEIGHBORS Mr. L. Bradley Stanford Juanita Nell Taylor Ms. Francine Vannicola Mr. Philip Weimer Mrs. Jane M. Starkey Mr. Jeffrey P. Telgarsky Mr. Joseph M. Vaughhan Dr. Robert E. Wenz andcontinued Ms. Sara Stern Mr. Paul D. Thiem Ms. Kim Caviness Vaus Dr. Margie E. Wenz Mr. Susan C. Stocks Mr. James Thomas Mr. Frank J. Velesz, Jr. Ms. Ann O. WestMr. Alexander Shoaibi Stohlman Automotive Mr. Charles L. Thompson Ms. Frances L. Ventis Ms. Jade C. WestMs. Gwendolyn Short Company, Inc. Mrs. Madge C. Thompson Mr. Albert Villanigro- Mr. Richard M. Wexell, Esq.Mrs. Ronda J. Simms Mr. Mark C. Stokrp Mr. Lowell E. Thorson Santiago Mr. Robert M. WhitbreadMr. Alec Sirken Mr. Melvin C. Stotler Mr. Gordon Thrall Vincent and Vincent of Mr. John A. WhiteMs. Susan Sivard Ms. Catherine (Kay) B. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan E. Liberty Village, Inc. Ms. Vicki WhiteMr. and Mrs. Paul A. Skelly Stowers Tielking Ms. Lois J. Vinci Mr. John E. Whitely, Jr.Mr. and Mrs. William P. Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Strand Ms. Margaret M. Tocci Ms. Lucille M. Vivian Ms. Mary WhitlaSkinner Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Street Mr. and Mrs. M. Douglas Todd Mr. and Mrs. Marc Vivian Dr. John J. WhyteMr. and Mrs. Harry A. Skoll Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Tolbert Ms. Christine Vorholt Mr. and Mrs. John R.Mr. and Mrs. John G. Slanta Strehle Mr. and Mrs. Van Tran-Lam Mr. and Mrs. Calvin C. Wigglesworth, Jr.Mr. and Mrs. William T. Ms. Nellie B. Strickland Transportation Federal Wagner Mrs. Jacquelin K. WilcoxSlenker Ms. Patricia M. Stringer Credit Union Mr. Howard L. Wagner Col. Philip L. Wilkerson,Ms. Marianne Sloan Mrs. Martha J. Strominger Ms. Deborah Tronic Ms. Patricia M. Wagner Jr. and Lt. Col. Carol J.Mr. Charles R. Smith Mrs. Mary Jo Smith Suchter Ms. Nadine M. Tronick Mr. Gary Waitschies WilkersonMs. Deanna Smith Sullivan and Worcester LLP Mr. and Mrs. Peter Tropper Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Wales Mr. and Mrs. Robert T.Ms. Deborah R. G. Smith Mr. Paul F. Sullivan Mr. Kerwin Trumble Mr. and Mrs. Alan L. Walker WilliamsThe Ed and Andy Smith Fund Sully Station Swim Team Inc Mr. and Mrs. George Mr. William L. Walker Mrs. Joyce WillisMrs. Lillian H. Smith SunDun, Inc. of Washington Tsempales Ms. Lauralie M. Wallace Mr. James G. WilsonMr. Stephen M. Smith Sunrise Senior Living, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Kevin G. Tucker Mr. and Mrs. Leonard L. Mr. Michael P. WilsonMr. Edward M. Socha Mrs. Joanne L. Surette Mrs. Anne Roberson Turley Walmsley Ms. Nancy L. WilsonMr. and Mrs. James Soligan Mr. and Mrs. Bobby J. Surface Col. and Mrs. Robert W. Ms. Maureen T. Walter Mr. and Mrs. Scott WilsonSourceAmerica Mr. and Mrs. James W. Turner Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Mr. William WinegardnerMr. and Mrs. James M. Sutherland Ms. Karen M. Tyner Ward, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce WinkleSparling, III Ms. Fran Swan and Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Urban Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. Ward Winston Partners Group, LPMr. Louis E. Spector Mr. Ken Peres Mr. Richard Utano Washington Farm United Mr. and Mrs. Fred B. WirthMs. Susan T. Spencer Mr. and Mrs. Steven Swartout Mr. and Mrs. Scott F. Van Methodist Church WMY FundMr. Robert F. Spillane Ms. Anna Swenson Giezen Mr. and Mrs. Joel Wasserman Mr. and Mrs. Harry WoehrleMr. Philip Spiller Ms. Mary Swick Mrs. Roberta K. Van Haeften Ms. Gloria Weary Ms. Deborah M. WolfeMr. David Spinale Ms. Ruth L. Swim Ms. Hannah Van Hook Ms. Barbara Weaver Ms. Aimee WonSt. Theresa Church Mrs. Patricia J. Swinsky Ms. Maureen Van Vliet Ms. Pamela S. Weaver Mr. and Mrs. James WoodMrs. Patricia M. Staats Dr. and Mrs. Richard B. Swint Ms. Kathryn Van Wyk Mrs. Nancy B. Webster Woodlawn ElementaryMrs. Karin L. Stack Mr. Haywood J. Talcove Dr. John C. Vance Mr. Lincoln D. Weed School - Class of 1958Ms. Janice Stafford Weichert Realtors Ms. Cindy Woodyard28 | 2015 CAPITAL CARING ANNUAL REPORT

Mrs. Hallie Wright “W hen there’s grief,Mr. and Mrs. Jay Kelly Wright there’s happiness too.”Henry and Roberta WulfMs. Mara Yachnin Point of Hope Grief Camp attendeesMs. Ann E. Yanker-Hasenei enjoy a ropes course Mrs. Lena I. YapMrs. Sheryl D. YatesMr. and Mrs. Stephen G.YeonasMrs. Sarah H. YerkesMr. and Mrs. Byron T. YorkMr. Richard T. YoungMr. Frank YuraskoMrs. Sarah J. ZeiglerZeta Associates IncorporatedMr. Carl E. Ziebe and Mr.Robert E. GossardMr. Paul N. ZierkMr. John ZollerMrs. Joyce ZuckerMr. and Mrs. William C.ZuelligWe wish to thank thethousands of donorswho make every dollarcount in our service topatients and families.Capital Caring regretsthe incorrect spellingof any name(s). Pleasecall the ResourceDevelopment office at703-531-2380 withany corrections.

2015 year in reviewREVENUE $86,830,553 WHERE DOLLARS COME FROM $7,820,471Net patient service revenue $135,501 8.4% CONTRIBUTIONSPrivate contributions, gifts & grants ($428,907) (0.2)% OTHER INCOMENet assets released from restriction $231,095Net investment income Other income $94,588,713TOTAL REVENUE $224,100Additional restricted contributions EXPENSES 91.8% INSURANCEPatient care $81,111,346 REIMBURSEMENTFundraising $2,331,365General & administrative $5,711,805TOTAL EXPENSES $89,154,516Results of unrestricted operations $5,434,197 WHERE DOLLARS GO 6.4% GENERAL & ADMINISTRATIVE 2.6% FUNDRAISING 91.06% HOSPICE & PALLIATIVE CARE30 | 2015 CAPITAL CARING ANNUAL REPORT

Capital Caring is a 2015 BOARDcommunity-based, 501 (c) OF TRUSTEES(3), not-for-profit organi-zation. Our mission is to Tom Koutsoumpas, Chairimprove care for those National Partnership forfacing life-limiting illness Hospice Innovationthrough direct support ofpatients and their families, Healthsperienpublic education, andpublic advocacy. Lynn Mento, Vice Chair Friends of the National ZooTo learn more aboutCapital Caring, visit Dan D’Agostino, Jr.,CAPITALCARING.ORG. Treasurer CapitalSourceTo request care, please call1-800-869-2136. Len Adler Adler FinancialCapital Caring’s 2015 AnnualReport is a publication for Vera C. Dvorak, MDour friends and supporters. Inova Medical GroupIt is published yearly and isavailable at no charge. If you Loring S. Flint, MDwould like additional copies, Inova Medical Groupplease contact our ResourceDevelopment Department at Sue Hargreaves703-531-2380. Lisner-Louise-Dickson-Hurt HomePUBLISHERMalene Davis Rev. Dr. Tyrone Pitts Progressive National Baptist Convention, Inc. Malene Davis President & CEOEDITORSSally MallisonMat GulickDESIGNHunt Smith Design

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