2022 Impact Report

A group of volunteers in matching red shirts
A superhero boy leaps with joy

Providing help, hope, and healing through behavioral, educational, and therapeutic interventions which enhance social functioning and well-being, ensure safety, and work to achieve positive permanency for children and families in our community.

We helped this family.

Because of YOU this mom has a safe place to raise her son.

We have a family; a disabled single mom of a teen boy.  Mom was struggling to pay her bills and was facing an upcoming eviction.  Misty, one of our caseworkers, connected her with resources which allowed mom’s rent to be paid for 6 months. For the first time, mom could start saving money to create a better future for her family while also working with Misty on budgeting skills to sustain their newfound security. Your support ensured that this family will continue to have a safe place to live while looking forward to a better future. 

Windwood resident boy blows bubbles toward pond

Thank YOU!

A Letter from Debbie

I wish I could bottle the look on the children’s faces when they arrive here at the farm. Their eyes light up when they see their new home, join the other kids in playing basketball, and learn they will go to school on campus. Your 2022 support provided 4,072 hours of therapy sessions amongst our two residential programs as well as more than 2,300 home visits. Phase one of the Brian M. Carmody Family Pavilion at Windwood Farm is complete, providing residents and their families a safe outdoor space to visit with each other and their therapist.

Your donations and volunteer hours gave our community’s children and families a chance for a better life. On behalf of our clients, staff, and Board of Directors, I thank YOU for making it all possible.

With much gratitude,

Deborah McKelvey, MA

Our Board

Joseph L. Tamsberg Jr.

Founder and Chairperson
President & Founder, Tamsberg Properties

Rick Baarcke, Jr.

Retired, Banking

Thomas P. Anderson

Retired, Finance

Charles S. Carmody, SIOR, CCIM

CBRE, Senior Vice President

    Michael Espina

    President Ondemand Innovation, LLC
    President, Principal Investor SchoolSource Technologies, LLC

    J. David Hand

    O.L. Thompson Construction Company, President

    Anthony Kowbeidu

    St. Andrews Church, Associate Rector Missions

    Jonathan Martin

    JGM Advisors, Managing Partner & CEO

    Scott Newitt

    Firefly Distilleries, Owner

    Susan Z. Spearman

    Nelson Printing Corporation

    Betsy Young


    John Young

    Chief of Staff, Research, Delivery & Operations

    We talked it out and found solutions

    There were 4,072 total therapy sessions through Windwood.

    individual sessions in the psychiatric residential treatment facility

    family sessions in the psychiatric residential treatment facility

    individual sessions in the group home

    family sessions in the group home

    It took your support to get us there.

    We rely on donors so we can provide help for our boys.
    Our revenue totaled $4,525,186
    Our expenses totaled $4,211,950

    Windwood FY 21/22 audited financials

    You helped!

    Our volunteers love us and our boys endlessly.

    Volunteer Hours

    Volunteer Groups

    Packages of in-kind donations

    Zach’s Change at the Farm

    You Gave Generously and Made a Difference

    “Zach was going down the wrong path before Windwood,” said his mother. He kept getting in trouble in school and was placed in state custody. Shortly after Zach arrived at Windwood, it became clear that he was a natural leader, great communicator, resilient, intelligent, and extremely driven. After a few months of hard work in treatment, Zach and his mother were reunited. He is now a ninth grader at his local high school and says his favorite subject is science. Zach expects to make the school basketball team next year. He and his mom are looking forward to a family vacation this summer.

    “Now life and its possibilities are opening up to Zach,” said his Mom.

    Windwood resident boy blows bubbles toward pond

    Real name and photo used with permission

    We took care of children.

    Our boys received the medical care they needed.

    Medical Appointments

    Vision care

    45 appointments


    62 appointments


    67 appointments
    & 63 with lab work

    21,900 meals served on campus

    2,300 home visits in the community

    In 2022, Windwood served boys needing help, hope, and healing. Thank you for supporting us to provide that for them. Because of you, their lives and ours will never be the same. Thank you.