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annual report - AIDS Foundation of Chicago
2013
annual report
2 | AIDS FOUNDATION OF CHICAGO
A LEADING
FORCE
For almost as long as there’s
been an AIDS epidemic, the AIDS
Foundation of Chicago (AFC) has
been a leading force in the battle to
defeat it.
W
e enlist a broad range of strategies to
end new infections, improve the lives
of people with HIV, and strengthen
government and community
responses to the epidemic.
Since the early days of the epidemic, we’ve seen
incredible progress. But the epidemic continues
to rage in vulnerable populations and low-income
communities due to pervasive stigma, lack of access
to health care, apathy, and competing societal and
governmental priorities. AFC works to remove these
barriers.
Founded in 1985 by community activists and
physicians, we fortify local, national, and international
HIV-related activities. We specialize in efforts to:
• Advocate with and for people affected by
HIV/AIDS.
• Fund and coordinate prevention, care, and
housing projects.
• Cultivate the capacity and expertise of
individuals and organizations dedicated to
ending HIV/AIDS.
Together with our individual, government, and
community partners, we strive to make our collective
efforts better and stronger. Steadfastly, we stand with
the 43,000 HIV-positive people in Illinois.
We are a source of hope – a force for change.
BOARD OF
DIRECTORS
JUNIOR BOARD
J. Ben Stringfellow
Chair
Jennifer Cheng
President
Craig Andree
Deborah S. Ashen
Ericka C. Baran
Anthony Bruck
Martin Cournane
Gary Cunningham
Edward W. Diffin, III
Kimberly du Buclet
Toby Eveland
Anne Feder
Paula Friedman
Terri Friel
Neha Gandhi
Larry Giddings
Judi Gorman
Jeffrey Green
Lisa M. Henry-Reid, MD
Abbas Hyderi, MD
Lori Kaufman
Nicole Kazee, Ph.D.
Thomas Kehoe
Anna Laubach
Brian C. Lighty
Condon McGlothlen
Charles McLimans
Michael T. McRaith
Rick Moser
Robert H. Neubert
Exavier B. Pope, Esq.
Curtis Reed, Jr.
Hilda Richards, ED, RN, FAAN
DeJuran Richardson, Ph.D.
Ernie Rodriguez
David Schmit
Bradley A. Serot
Rev. Charles Straight
Sally J. Stresnak
Joseph Stokes, Ph.D.
Chad Thompson
Sophie Albsmeyer
Ramya Amancharla
Allison Bernard
Jessyca Dudley
Kate Finnegan
Angela Florida
Jacob Fyda
Candice Gant
Paul Ketz
Katie Kunstman
Michael Leukam
Ashley Loomis
Kevin Moore
Christine Morley
Anand Nagarajan
Nico Rodriguez
Pedro Serrano
Rhoby Tio
Shawn Tumanov
Neal Van Winkle
Nathaniel Wright
David Ernesto Munar
President/CEO
2013 ANNUAL REPORT |
LETTER FROM THE
BOARD CHAIR AND
PRESIDENT/CEO
The AIDS Foundation of Chicago (AFC) approved a three-year
strategic plan that we had the pleasure of unveiling at the 2012
Annual Meeting. We crafted it with ample input from community
members, clients, and advisers, including our dynamic staff,
Board and Junior Board.
I
t’s called Road to Health and serves as
a guide to maximize scientific and policy
developments in the uncharted era of
health care reform. Cutting across the
plan is AFC’s unwavering belief that health
reform must—simply must—work for HIVaffected people and communities.
We will accept nothing less.
We have worked too hard to reach this
point on the road, and we will not look back.
The lives of our constituents and future
generations depend on us getting this right,
and we will move heaven and earth to ensure
that our clients not only gain insurance but
also see their health improve.
We believe passionately that the skills,
wisdom, and capabilities of the AIDS
safety-net system must be harnessed to
make health care work for the people we
serve. If we can shepherd emerging systems
to cater to the needs of our vulnerable
clients—people who face urgent barriers and
discrimination daily—we can make it work for
everyone.
This report highlights our first-year
accomplishments in implementing our
strategic plan, but these victories are not
ours alone. So many of our partners and
supporters played a pivotal role in advancing
a progressive agenda on the road to health.
Thanks for your unwavering support on the
Road to Health for all people affected by HIV/
AIDS.
Sincerely,
J. Ben Stringfellow
Chair, Board of Directors
David Ernesto Munar
President/CEO
View our 2013-2015 strategic plan at
www.aidschicago.org/strategicplan
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4 | AIDS FOUNDATION OF CHICAGO
STRENGTHENING
COMMUNITIES
The first goal in AFC’s strategic plan is to strengthen the fabric,
resilience, and power of communities affected by HIV/AIDS.
CHAMPIONING EQUALITY
A
long-time champion of civil
rights for LGBT individuals and
families, AFC worked closely with
community advocates and agency
partners to bring marriage equality to Illinois.
As a member of the Coalition for Marriage
Equality, AFC played a behind-the-scenes role
supporting lobbying, grassroots advocacy,
and the community rally at the Capitol.
Heartfelt thanks to Reps. Greg Harris, Sara
Feigenholtz, Kelly Cassidy, State Sen. Heather
Steans, and many others who led the way.
AFC staunchly supports equal rights
and access to health care for all people,
regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation,
or economic status. Stigma and homophobia
fuel the AIDS epidemic, and this new law will
help reframe negative perceptions of LGBT
people and their families. Marriage equality
also translates into greater access to benefits,
hospital visitation rights, protections for family
income and assets, household unification, and
other privileges afforded to married people.
COMBATTING HIV STIGMA
I
n 2013, AFC and our allies including
the AIDS Legal Council persuaded state
lawmakers to repeal a 1980s law that
heightened stigma and discrimination for
HIV-positive young people and their families.
The law mandated public health officials to
inform school principals of students with HIV.
This served no public health purpose and
in fact harmed HIV-positive young people
by putting in jeopardy their confidentiality
and safety. It also served as a powerful
disincentive for HIV testing. Thanks to
tenacious advocacy, however, this shameful
law is no more.
EXPANDING COMPREHENSIVE SEXUAL HEALTH EDUCATION
T
o round out our 2013 Springfield
victories, we succeeded in one
of the worst economic climates
to persuade lawmakers to reject
more than $3 million in proposed funding
reductions to the state’s HIV budget. And
after a multi-year legislative campaign, AFC
and other allies secured a state law that
requires school curricula on sexual health
to meet three core standards: lessons must
be medically accurate, age appropriate, and
comprehensive.
The impact of these accomplishments will
ripple across our state for decades.
2013 ANNUAL REPORT |
INSPIRING CHANGE
“Some of my fellow state legislators in
Springfield have never met anyone who
is openly living with HIV, but when AFC’s
fierce and knowledgeable advocates
come to town, it changes the story.
That’s how we get real work done.”
- State Rep. Greg Harris
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6 | AIDS FOUNDATION OF CHICAGO
INNOVATING SYSTEMS REFORM
“By leveraging our housing, healthcare and behavioral health networks, AFC’s
Center for Housing and Health responds to the cycle of homelessness and
hopelessness for hundreds of vulnerable people with severe mental health and
chronic diseases, including HIV.”
- Arturo V. Bendixen, Executive Director – AFC’s Center for Housing and Health
2013 ANNUAL REPORT |
INTEGRATED
SERVICES
Our second goal aims to ensure that emerging networks provide
integrated services that respond to the needs of vulnerable
populations.
educating Case Managers
i
n case management, our work focused
on better integration of multiple payment
sources needed to ensure that patients
have a full continuum of vital services. We
educated case managers and clients about
CountyCare, a new health benefit for lowincome Cook County residents. We helped
case managers, community members, and
even county officials understand how these
new benefits can be integrated with the
federally funded Ryan White HIV Program,
which carries highly restrictive requirements
to coordinate with other payers.
Preparing ADAP for Health Reform
w
e spent considerable time
working with the Illinois AIDS
Drug Assistance Program to
prepare for health reform.
Because of our tenacious advocacy and
strong leadership from the state, Illinois ADAP
will help people with HIV cover their premium
and out-of-pocket insurance costs. As a
result, thousands of clients will be able to
afford and fully utilize healthcare coverage for
the first time.
Managing Change
T
o fully realize the opportunities of
service integration for our clients
and partner agencies, AFC created
a new senior management position
for Strategy and Business Development.
Kathye Gorosh joined the staff this summer
to oversee this critically important category
of work. Kathye is the former executive
director of New Age Services and previously
lead the CORE Foundation. At AFC, she is
exploring new business relationships for our
housing and case management networks
with a focus on emerging insurance markets.
In addition, she oversees AFC’s Change
Management series, which has provided
nearly a dozen training sessions to help
service providers adapt to a rapidly changing
nonprofit environment. A component of the
series provided executive coaching to five
organizations selected through a competitive
process for the Sustainability Strategy
Program. Led by Dr. Mark Light of DePaul
University, the series assisted officials from
each organization to craft a business and
sustainability plan tailored for their particular
agency needs.
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8 | AIDS FOUNDATION OF CHICAGO
IMPROVED
OUTCOMES
In our third goal we aim to improve outcomes at every stage
of HIV care from expanded HIV testing to sustained viral
suppression through treatment adherence.
PROVIDING A PLATFORM FOR PREVENTION
W
ith decades of experience
advocating for new methods to
prevent HIV transmission, AFC
launched a local education
and awareness campaign for community
members and service providers on PrEP
(pre-exposure prophylaxis). PrEP has been
approved by the FDA as an effective option to
reduce the risk of HIV acquisition. It involves
an HIV-negative individual taking a pill every
day to reduce the risk of HIV infection. The
campaign provides accurate information so
people can make informed decisions. Our
project includes an engaging blog called
MyPrEPexperience.blogspot.com featuring
stories of actual PrEP users.
IMPROVING ACCESS TO CARE
A
FC is changing the way people
gain access to care with our
HIV-VIP program. Here’s how
it works: somebody could be
applying for food stamps at a public aid office.
While waiting, they have an opportunity to
receive an HIV test through an AFC-funded
program. If the test result is positive, that
person immediately receives an appointment
for follow-up care at an HIV-specialty clinic
within days, not weeks or months.
This program has had a huge impact on our
linkage-to-care rates. Before the
HIV-VIP program, 40 percent of those who
tested positive were linked into care. We’ve
increased this number to 82 percent.
EXPANDING MEDICAID
T
he Affordable Care Act has been
at the crux of our work, which has
given every state an opportunity to
expand Medicaid. For states that
accept expansion, the federal government
will pick up 100 percent of the tab for three
years and no less than 90 percent thereafter.
Even so, many Illinois lawmakers bulked at
the proposal, deeming it too risky given the
state’s dire finances.
AFC co-led a robust advocacy campaign to
persuade lawmakers to vote favorably for
Medicaid expansion. We worked with the
media, assembled a statewide coalition, and
enlisted the support of uninsured people to
explain to lawmakers how they would stand
to benefit. After months of vigorous debate,
we persevered. As a result, more than halfa-million Illinoisans, including nearly 10,000
individuals with HIV, will benefit.
And thanks to a new state grant, AFC is
coordinating a multi-agency network of
health care enrollment counselors. Their job
is to help educate and enroll people in new
health insurance benefits. Our network has
hosted dozens of educational events, assisted
more than 900 consumers with enrollment
services, and has met with over 5,000
Chicago residents.
2013 ANNUAL REPORT |
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IMPACTING LIVES
“As someone who has used PrEP, I
believe that it is important to share my
story. People have different opinions
about PrEP and I can answer many of
their questions. It is a big step to ending
the HIV/AIDS epidemic and it all starts
with knowledge.”
- Gustavo Varela (pictured center,
at a community “talk show”
about PrEP)
10 | AIDS FOUNDATION OF CHICAGO
“WITH T2, I CONQUERED MY FIRST CHICAGO TRIATHLON AND
SO MUCH MORE – RAISED MONEY FOR A WORTHY CAUSE,
MADE LASTING FRIENDSHIPS, AND JOINED A FAMILY OF
ATHLETES COMMITTED TO MY COMMUNITY. T2 CHANGES
PEOPLE’S LIVES.”
– 2013 TEAM TO END AIDS (T2) LIFE TIME TRI CHICAGO
PARTICIPANT HELIOS HUGO DIAZ
2013 ANNUAL REPORT |
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FInanCIal
stateMent
eXpenses
revenues
23% Programs & Policy
24% Private Sources
4% General
4% Development
62% Public Grants
7% Private Grants
76% Public Sources
eXpenses
revenues
Fy13
Fy13
Private Sources
Foundations/Corporations
$5,563,721
$3,287,680
Program & Policy
General & Administrative
Fee for Service/Other
$682,810
Development
Individuals/Memorials/Bequests
$283,589
Grants & Awards: Private
$54,450
Grants & Awards: Public
Direct mail (net)
Special Events (net)
$1,255,192
Public Sources
$17,703,071
Chicago Dept. of Public Health
$7,009,697
IL Dept. of Public Health (Federal $)
$3,117,415
IL Dept. of Public Health (State $)
$414,624
IL Dept. of Human Services
$645,839
U.S. Dept. of Housing & Urban Development
$5,371,532
U.S. Substance Abuse & Mental Services Administration
$1,035,848
Other
total revenue
$108,116
$23,266,792
$5,526,852
total expenses
$917,121
$916,405
$1,577,885
$14,274,637
$23,212,900
CHanGe In net assets
Fy13
Fund for the Future
(board restricted)
Excess of Revenue over Expenses
total Change in net assets
$53,200
$692
$53,892
12 | AIDS FOUNDATION OF CHICAGO
FUNDRAISING
EVENTS
Fighting HIV/AIDS with dance, athleticism
and decadent chocolate.
AFC’s TEAM TO END AIDS (T2)
celebrated its 10th year by training
207 athletes to run the Bank of
America Chicago Marathon, 66 runners
to finish the Chicago Half Marathon, 50
multisport athletes to compete in the
Life Time Tri Chicago, and 25 dedicated
people to swim, bike, and run Ironman
70.3 Steelhead. Together, they raised
$324,000 for the fight against
HIV/AIDS! After the marathon, the
Bank of America Foundation presented
AFC with an additional $25,000 grant
award, which will support AFC’s case
management programs that link people
living with HIV to lifesaving services
and benefits.
SPRING DINNER
AIDS FOUNDATION OF CHICAGO
AFC’s 2013 Spring Dinner gathered nearly
500 guests to experience the hilarious
stand-up comedy of Paula Poundstone. AFC
presented the 2013 Civic Leadership Award to
renowned choreographer Randy Duncan, and
honored Robert Neubert, a long-time member of
AFC’s board and co-chair of Dance for Life, with the
Lori Kaufman Volunteer Award.
The event raised $125,000.
January
February
March
April
May
LOOKING FORWARD IN 2014
TEAM TO END AIDS Kick-off
Saturday, May 10
Spring Event: Ignite
Friday, May 16
Dance for Life
Saturday, August 16
June
2013 ANNUAL REPORT |
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&
AIDS Run & Walk Chicago drew more than 3,500
participants on a picture-perfect day at Soldier Field
and raised more than $440,000 for the local HIV/
AIDS fight. CommunityDirect teams raised $260,000
to support organizations throughout our community.
The 12th annual desserts and culinary gala
moved to Chicago Union Station, where AFC
supporters shared a night of decadence and
irresistible chocolate creations, celebrating
progress made in fighting HIV/AIDS. Along
with A-list food critics, 29 vendors created
an unforgettable experience for more
than 1,200 guests. The event was hugely
successful, raising $137,000.
Dance for Life raised more than
$205,000 to benefit AFC, the
Dancers’ Fund, and Chicago
House with performances by
DanceWorks Chicago, Giordano
Dance Chicago, Hubbard Street
Dance Chicago, River North
Dance Chicago and Thodos
Dance Chicago.
July
August
September
October
November
December
Proceeds are net of expense.
AIDS Run & Walk Chicago
Tentative date: Saturday, October 4
World of Chocolate
Thursday, December 4
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H
A
D
G
PARTNERSHIPS
F
B
I
AFC is proud to partner with a wide variety of dedicated organizations
delivering high-quality prevention, care, housing and other essential services
to HIV-affected people across metropolitan Chicago. In 2013, AFC awarded
55 partner agencies nearly $16 million, through 200 grants and contracts,
for vital HIV-related services.
E
C
HIGHLIGHTED BELOW ARE EXAMPLES OF THE MANY
PARTNERSHIPS AFC MAINTAINS TO SUPPORT LOCAL
RESIDENTS AFFECTED BY THE EPIDEMIC.
A. Austin West Side Health Center
AIDS Run & Walk, CommunityDirect– A total of 35 HIV/AIDS service
organizations form AIDS Run & Walk teams to raise money directly
for their services. In 2013, over $250,000 was raised by providers.
B. Erie Family Health Center
Care Providers– AFC and its partners provide numerous services,
including medical care, oral health services, legal assistance, mental
health, transportation, and many more, to HIV positive individuals
throughout Chicagoland.
C. South Side Help Center
Case Management Providers– AFC’s network of case managers
provide high quality services to HIV positive people who need help
finding medical care, attending appointments, taking their medicine,
and connecting to other essential support services.
D. Alexian Brothers Housing and Health Alliance
Challenge Grant Recipients– Through a competitive process, Alexian
Brothers Housing and Health Alliance received a two year AFC grant
to improve clients’ employment and health outcomes. A total of 11
organizations received Challenge Grants for diverse and innovative
projects that address the screening, prevention, care, housing and/
or employment needs of Chicagoland residents.
E. Christian Community Health Center
Housing – AFC collaborates with housing agencies, hospitals,
prisons, and shelters to provide rental subsidies, case management,
mental health, substance use treatment and other essential
services. On a monthly basis, AFC makes approximately 1,000
rental, mortgage, and utility payments to keep people with HIV safely
housed. Our housing network ensures vulnerable individuals and
families have safe and affordable homes.
F. AIDS Legal Council of Chicago
Insurance Enrollment Assistance Program– Through the In-Person
Counselor program, AFC and its partners provide insurance
application assistance to thousands of individuals. Navigators help
highly vulnerable populations learn about their health insurance
options and enroll into Medicaid or other health plans.
G. Howard Brown Health Center
Prevention, HIV Testing – To reduce the number of people who do
not know their HIV status, AFC and its partners provide testing
services in various venues including public aid offices, the Cook
County Jail, bars, and at special events. In the past year, over 7,500
tests were performed and 121 people newly diagnosed with HIV
were linked to medical care.
H. Open Door Clinic
Service Providers Council, Executive Committee– The Service
Providers Council, a membership coalition of local HIV/AIDS services
organizations, is led by a strong and active Executive Committee.
The Executive Committee informs AFC’s advocacy priorities and
works together to improve programs region-wide.
I. Mount Sinai Hospital
Sustainable Strategy Program– Mount Sinai Hospital was one of the
five organizations that participated in an intensive workshop series
to ensure sustainability. Agency leaders successfully developed
strategic goals, identified alternative payment sources, and crafted
business plans to thrive in the changing healthcare landscape.
2013 ANNUAL REPORT |
AIDS Run & Walk
Care Providers
Agape Missions, Inc.
AIDS Legal Council of Chicago
Alexian Brothers Housing and
Health Alliance
Asian Human Services
Austin West Side Health Center
CALOR
Canticle Ministries
Catholic Charities of Chicago
Center on Halsted
Chicago House
Chicago Recovery Alliance
Chicago Woman’s AIDS Project
The Children’s Place
Christian Community Health
Center
Families and Children’s AIDS
Network
Greater Full Gospel Church
Heartland Alliance
Howard Brown Health Center
Illinois Caucus for Adolescent
Health
Midwest AIDS Training + Education
Center
Men and Women in Prison
Ministries
Michael Reese HIV Program
Mount Sinai Hospital
New Age Services
New Life Covenant
Open Door Clinic
Pediatric AIDS Chicago Prevention
Initiative (PACPI)
Puerto Rican Cultural Center
(VIDA/Sida)
Ruth M. Rothstein CORE Center
South Side Help Center
Test Positive Aware Network
The Night Ministry
University of Chicago
Care2Prevent
Youth Outlook
AIDS Legal Council of Chicago
Catholic Charities of Chicago
Children’s Place Association
Chicago Women’s AIDS Project
Christian Community Health Center
Erie Family Health Center
Heartland Health Outreach
Howard Brown Health Center
Open Door Clinic
Near North Health Center
Provident Hospital
Ruth M. Rothstein CORE Center
Test Positive Aware Network
Case Management
Providers
Access Community Health Center
Agape Missions, Inc.
Alexian Brothers Housing and
Health Alliance
Asian Human Services
Austin Health Center
CALOR
Catholic Charities
Chicago House & Social Service
Agency
Chicago Women’s AIDS Project
Children’s Place Association
Christian Community Health Center
Erie Family Health Center
Fifth Street Renaissance Center
Haymarket Center
Healthcare Alternative Systems
Heartland Health Outreach
Howard Area Community Center
Howard Brown Health Center
Jackson County Health Department
Lake County Health Department
Men and Women in Prison
Ministries
Michael Reese Education
and Research Foundation
Mount Sinai Hospital
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Near North Health Center
Open Door Clinic
Project VIDA
Provident Hospital
Regional CARE Association
Ruth M. Rothstein CORE Center
South Side Help Center
South Suburban HIV/AIDS Regional
Clinics
Test Positive Aware Network
Treatment Alternatives for Safe
Communities
University of Chicago
University of Chicago Children’s
Hospital
University of Illinois at Chicago
Community Outreach
Intervention Projects
Challenge Grant
Recipients
AIDS Legal Council of Chicago
Alexian Brothers Housing and
Health Alliance
Chicago House and Social Service
Agency
Heartland Health Outreach
New Age Services Corporation
Open Door Clinic
South Side Help Center
Test Positive Aware Network
The Night Ministry
University of Illinois at Chicago,
Community Outreach
Intervention Project
Young Women’s Empowerment
Project
16 | AIDS FOUNDATION OF CHICAGO
PARTNERSHIPS
HOUSING
Alexian Brothers Housing and
Health Alliance
Beacon Therapeutic
Chicago House and Social Service
Agency
Christian Community Health Center
Cook County Stroger Hospital
Deborah’s Place
Health & Disability Advocates
Heartland Health Outreach
Heartland Human Care Services
Housing Opportunities for Women
Howard Area Community Center
Inspiration Corporation
Interfaith House
Mercy Housing Lakefront
Mount Sinai Hospital
Northside Housing & Supportive
Services
Pediatric AIDS Chicago Prevention
Initiative
Sarah’s Circle
Test Positive Aware Network
Thresholds
INSURANCE ENROLLMENT
ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
AIDS Legal Council of Chicago
Chicago House
Howard Brown Health Center
Thresholds
HIV TESTING
Brothers Health Collective
Cook County Jail
Howard Brown Health Center
Making a Daily Effort
SERVICE PROVIDERS
COUNCIL, EXECUTIVE
COMMITTEE
AIDS Legal Council of Chicago
Alexian Brothers Housing and
Health Alliance
Asian Human Services
Association for Latino Men in
Action
Austin Health Center CBC Initiative
Catholic Charities of Lake County
Chicago Center for AIDS Research
Chicago House & Social Service
Agency
Christian Community Health Center
Connect-to-Protect
DuPage County Health Department
Erie Family Health Center
Faith United Methodist Church
Haymarket Center
Heartland Health Outreach, Vital
Bridges
Howard Brown Health Center
Human Resources Development
Institute, Inc.
Illinois Department of Public Health
Illinois Public Health Association
Legal Assistance Foundation of
Metropolitan Chicago
Making a Daily Effort
Michael Reese HIV/AIDS Program
Midwest AIDS Training + Education
Center
Open Door Clinic
Pediatric AIDS Chicago Prevention
Initiative
Rafael Center of Heartland Alliance
Ruth M. Rothstein CORE Center
South Side Help Center
Test Positive Aware Network
SUSTAINABLE STRATEGY
PROGRAM
Howard Brown Health Center
Illinois Caucus for Adolescent
Health
Mount Sinai Hospital
Project VIDA
South Side Help Center
2013 ANNUAL REPORT |
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OUR
SUPPORTERS
Thanks to supporters like you, hope continues.
Founders’ Circle
($10,000+)
Anonymous (4)
Martin Cournane
Lori and Steve Kaufman
Lew and Laurie Leibowitz
J. Ben Stringfellow
President’s Circle
($5,000 to $9,999)
Deborah S. Ashen and Cara
Meiselman
Anthony Bruck
Mr. and Mrs. Robert O.
Delaney, Jr.
Edward W. Diffin III and
Jeff Savage-Diffin
James Embrescia
Susan N. Frank and
Michael Frank
John F. Gordon IV and
Bill Salvato
Eva M. Janzen Powell
and Smith T. Powell IV
Paul Ketz
Paul A. Lutter
Condon McGlothlen
Michael T. McRaith
Gary F. Metzner and
Scott Johnson
Dr. Charles R. Middleton and
John S. Geary
Brandon Neese and David Wick
Howard A. Zaltzman
Leadership Circle
($2,500 to $4,999)
Anonymous (3)
Craig C. Andree and
Frank Quinn
William Berger
Paul W. Besch Jr.
Michel P. Desjardins and
Pierre Desy
Patti Eylar and Charlie Gardner
Cullen Ferguson
Dr. Martin J. Gorbien, M. D.
Jeffrey J. Green
Teddy Greene
Nick Jankowski
Thomas B. Manning
Kevin C. McGirr
David Ernesto Munar
Robert H. Neubert and
Barry Brunetti
Dr. Gerard F. Notario
Andre Rehkopf and
Kevin M. Ciacco
Mr. and Mrs. Morton I. Rosen
Darrell R. Windle and
Dave Samber
Loyalty Circle
($1,000 to $2,499)
Anonymous (14)
Antonio Abrego
Lane E. Alexander
Victoria C. Alfafara and
Angela I. Uribe
Sandra J. Allen and
S. James Perlow
Jill L. Allread and
Pamela Freese
Ramya Amancharla
Michael J. Anderson
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Anzaldi
Kelly Arias
Joanne P. and Joseph Armenio
Griselda Ayala
MaryJo Basler
Sandra Bass
H. Russell Bauer
Peter B. Bensinger
Michael Black and
Anthony Guerrero
Julie Brandt
Frederic V. Buhrke and
Jeff Sherman
Michael Byrd
Frank A. Cesario
Jennifer Clark
Chris Cooper
Daniel Cornejo
Susan D. Craft
Pamela L. Crutchfield
Casey Dickinson
Matthew Dixon
Rev. Kevin L. Downer and
Toby Bishop
Jennifer K. Edgcomb
Tim Edwards
Lisa Fain
William Farrand
Thomas J. Feie
Doug Ferguson
Gregory J. Fine
Craig R. Foley
Ross Forman
Christine Forster
Brian D. Foy and Stacey Tappan
Dr. Lee Francis and
Dr. Michelle Gittler
Mrs. Zollie S. Frank
Ronald L. Fritz
Gabriela Garcia
David Gassman
Ivo Geijsen
Gary Gephart
Matthew Gibbs
Larry Giddings
R. Scott Gill and Bill Stegeman
Lisa Gold Daddono
Brenda J. Golden
Rick Gomez
Floyd W. Green
Marguerite De Lany Hark
Dr. Dane Hassani
Andrew W. Heitner
Lisa Henry-Reid and Lamarr Reid
Gaye L. Hill and
Jeffrey A. Urbina
David Hiller
Benjamin Hladilek
Joe Hollendoner
Curt Hupe
Abbas Hyderi, M.D.
Neftali Ibarra, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Elan Jacoby
Thomas M. James
Andrew Kanfer
Julie Kaplan
Tyrus L. Kaufman
James P. Kelly
J.P. Kelly and Marco Etzel
Leslie J. Kenyon
William L. Klatt and
James M. McHugh
Kevin M. Kleinwachter
Frank W. Kocsovsky
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Blommer Chocolate Company
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois
BMO Harris Bank
The Braeside Foundation
Bristol-Myers Squibb Company
Broadway Cares/Equity Fights
AIDS, Inc.
CB Richard Ellis
The Chicago Community Trust
Chicago Department of Public
Health
Chicago Magazine
ChicagoPride.com
Clear Channel
The Comer Foundation Fund
Crown Family Philanthropies
Digitas
DLA Piper Global Law Firm
Dominick’s
The Elizabeth Morse
Charitable Trust
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Enivar Charitable Fund
Entertainment AIDS Alliance
Exelon Corp.
The Field Foundation of Illinois
First Light Group LLC
Fitness Formula Clubs
Fleet Feet Sports Chicago
The Franklin Philanthropic
Foundation
Galleria Marchetti
Gap Inc.
The Gibbs Family Foundation
Gilead Foundation
Gilead Sciences
GRAB Magazine
John Gress Photography
Hilton Chicago
Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP
Illinicare
Illinois Department of Public
Health
Illinois Lottery
Illinois Tool Works Foundation
Janssen Therapeutics
John Gress Photography
JP Morgan Chase
Kehoe Designs
Kipper Family Foundation
Lehman-Stamm Family Fund
Levi Strauss Foundation
M•A•C AIDS Fund
McDonald’s
Marathon Sportswear
Merck & Co., Inc.
Merck Pharmaceuticals
Merrill Lynch
Metzner Family Foundation
Michael Reese Health Trust
Miller Coors
Neuberger Berman
Northern Trust Charitable Trust
Northwest Speech and Hearing
Center, Ltd.
Northwestern Memorial
Hospital
Orbitz
Our Community Insurance
Consultants Inc.
Paterno Group
The Peninsula Chicago
Peoples Gas
PepsiCo
The Perlstein Foundation
Pierce Family Charitable
Foundation
PNC Bank
Polk Bros. Foundation
Pritzker Traubert Family
Public Communications Inc.
Publicis Groupe - Egalite
Foundation
Ravenswood Health Care
Foundation
The Reichert Foundation
Robert R. McCormick
Foundation
Roscoe’s Tavern
Merck Pharmaceuticals
SEIU Healthcare Illinois Inc.
Seyfarth Shaw LLP
Sidetrack Chicago
The Siragusa Foundation
SPEX Chicago
SPLASH Magazine
Starbucks
United Way of Metropolitan
Chicago
US Foods
Urban Oasis
Van Gogh Vodka
ViiV Healthcare
Walgreens
Ward C. Rogers Foundation Inc.
WGN-TV
Windy City Media Group
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Robert Nordan
Neil Pomerenke*
Joel Siegel*
Joseph Stokes
Priscilla Jayne Valdez*
*Deceased
sable sherer legacy
society
Toby Eveland
Mary Finn*
Lori Kaufman
Paul Ketz
Robert Neubert
The AFC Annual Giving Circle lists are for our “2013 circles,” which reflect all gifts made from January-December 2012. The 2014 Annual Giving Circles will be announced
shortly and listed in next year’s report. All other lists (corporations/foundations, monthly donors, etc.) are for giving in calendar year 2013.
Sable Sherer Legacy Society
T
he Sable Sherer Legacy Society is named after Dr. Renslow Sherer
and the late Dr. Ron Sable, two founding Board members of AFC,
and recognizes individuals who have included AFC in their wills.
Together, Sable and Sherer stood at the forefront of health and gay-rights
activism. “Ron Sable worked to fight stigma and discrimination against
people living with HIV disease, and to ensure equal access to high quality
primary health care for all people,” Sherer said. “I am honored to join my
life-long friend and colleague as the namesakes for the new AFC Legacy
Society.”
For more information, please visit aidschicago.org/legacy or call
(312) 334-0917.
24 | AIDS FOUNDATION OF CHICAGO
SAVE THE DATE
200 W. Jackson Blvd.
Suite 2200
Chicago, IL 60606
P. (312) 922-2322
F. (312) 922-2916
aidschicago.org
Dance for Life
Saturday, August 16