2014 Annual Report - Cancer Support Community Arizona

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2014 Annual Report - Cancer Support Community Arizona
BUILDING
A
COMMUNITY
OF
HOPE
AND
SUPPORT
CANCER SUPPORT COMMUNITY ARIZONA 2014 ANNUAL REPORT
COMMUNITY
Mission
During our 15th year, our commitment to those affected by cancer was as inspired
To ensure that all people impacted by
cancer are empowered by knowledge,
strengthened by action and sustained
by community.
as ever. Our focus was to look at where we have been and how far we have come so we could plan
for the future. Having faced, and moved through, assorted challenges we found a renewed sense of
community – the true core of who we are. As the year progressed, we discovered our community
continued to develop and grow stronger. We began reconnecting with old friends like Diane Walker,
one of our original founders, along with Bob and Paula Hardison, Neil Bassett, Jerry Hirsch and many
others. Sharing that sense of community with old and new friends has been both uplifting and
energizing. With this renewed energy and the strong circle of support for which we are so grateful,
the staff and I are thrilled about our future.
Vision
So that no one faces cancer alone®
“Cancer patients who participate in
their fight for recovery along with
their health care team — rather than
being hopeless, helpless, passive
victims of the disease — will improve
the quality of their lives and may
enhance the possibility of their
recovery.”
— Dr. Harold Benjamin,
founder, The Wellness Community
The Institute of Medicine (IOM) states
that it is impossible to deliver quality
cancer care without addressing a
patient’s psychosocial needs and
now requires that programs, like
Cancer Support Community’s,
be incorporated into all cancer
treatment regimens.
Our rededication, and strong sense of community, resonated with the more than 8,000 participants
and their loved ones as they walked through our doors in 2014. They felt warm, welcomed, comforted,
and connected. In the ever-changing and complex healthcare environment, we must always be
mindful of not just the cancer patient but also the “person.” At Cancer Support Community Arizona,
people living with cancer, and their circle of loved ones, can learn how to play an active role in
treatment while finding the hope and support so necessary to improve the quality of their lives.
We could not provide more than 100 critical programs monthly at no cost to participants without
the generous gifts from individual and private donors like you. Thank you for continuing to ensure
our vision: so that no one faces cancer alone®.
With Sincere Thanks,
Kathy M. Thomas, CPA
Executive Director
Meet the CSCAZ Staff
Tracy Thurston, MC, LPC
Program Director
Kyle Jones
Office and Facilities Manager
Patricia Blaisdell
Program Coordinator
Susan Kavanaugh
Development Director
Emilie Jarboe
Program Coordinator
Carlos Mendoza
Facilities Maintenance Manager
Alyson Hartsock
Associate Development Director
COMMUNITY
Program Impact
2014 Fundraising Events
Cancer Support Community Arizona
provides the only comprehensive
Program of psychosocial services
to people diagnosed with cancer
and their loved ones in the state
of Arizona. Our Program offers
Emotional Support Services, Healthy
Lifestyle Activities, Educational
Seminars, Social Connections and
Resources and Referral. Our services
are evidence-based, professionally
facilitated and provided at no cost to
our participants. Through participation
in our Program, people affected by
cancer learn vital skills that enable
them to regain control, reduce
isolation and restore hope regardless
of the stage of disease.
THE RED CARPET EVENT: With the help of event sponsors, F2 Family Foundation
and Cancer Treatment Centers of America®, The Red Carpet Event was a great
success! Co-Chairs Debbie Gaby and Lea Haben led a committee of 25 communityminded men and women to support this event held on March 27. Community
Champion, Deborah Bateman was named the 2014 Hope Award Recipient.
133 guests were in attendance and helped us raise over $64,000.
Cost of Services
At CSCAZ we provide all programs
at no cost to our members. We do
this to ensure we do not increase the
financial burden during a stressful
and costly time in our members’
lives. “At no cost” certainly doesn’t
mean free. The annual cost to CSCAZ
is approximately $1,000,000.
PORCH PARTY: Event Co-Chairs Sameer Keole, MD and Molly Stockley led the
efforts of our 2014 Porch Party committee. Thanks to the support of both Mayo
Clinic and Cancer Treatment Centers of America as well as 340 guests who
were in attendance, CSCAZ raised more than $200,000 in support of our critical
services. We honored a five-time pancreatic survivor and patient advocate,
Kay Kays, along with Michael Gordon, MD, for their continued support in our
community. The money raised at our 2014 Porch Party will provide services for
over 2,000 individuals.
2014 New Program Services
NEW PROGRAM MODEL: CSCAZ established a Continuum of Care Model to
help members thrive into survivorship. Two new programs now offered are
Surviving and Thriving and Living with Loss. These new support groups were
added to support our members throughout their journey.
PROGRAM EXPANSION: To better serve people throughout the Valley, CSCAZ
launched a Community Support Model. Our goal is to build a community of
support for cancer care that will lead to a broad spectrum of services including
support groups for both those diagnosed as well as family members in community
centers, churches and community organizations throughout the Valley.
We currently offer many of our services at locations throughout the Valley including
Banner - University Medical Center Phoenix, Via Linda Senior Center, Peoria
Community Center, Desert Botanical Garden and Paradise Valley United Methodist.
The partnerships that we have created with these community locations allow us
to offer services to individuals they otherwise do not have access to and in places
where they are receiving cancer care or have an existing community of support.
COMMUNITY
IMPACT STATEMENT
over
185,000
8,004
√
94%
of our participants had
increased feelings of hope
√
96%
1,875
Œ Œ Œ
CSCAZ serves people with
cancer, survivors and their
families by addressing
the emotional distress
associated with a cancer
diagnosis
S O T H AT N O O N E F A C E S C A N C E R A L O N E ®
individuals served since we opened our doors in 1999
times a person was helped in 2014
program services provided in 2014
Support
Healthy Lifestyles
Education
3,161
2,522
537
people learned tools
to cope with a
cancer diagnosis
men, women and children
established healthy habits to
complement their medical care
individuals increased their
awareness about a cancer
diagnosis, medical treatments,
and integrated options available
feel a greater sense
of community
√
93%
experienced an increase in
the quality of their lives
COMMUNITY
IMPACT STATEMENT
S O T H AT N O O N E F A C E S C A N C E R A L O N E ®
Demographics of Fiscal Year 2014 Programs
™ FEMALE 77%
Our
Program
SUPPORT
HEALTHY LIFESTYLES
EDUCATION
SOCIAL CONNECTIONS
RESOURCES AND REFERRAL
AGE
ANNUAL HOUSEHOLD INCOME
< 18
< $25,000
18–24
$25,000
to 49,999
25–55
$50,000
to 74,999
56–69
$75,000
to 99,999
70+
Program Highlights
African
American
Hispanic
0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% 35% 40% 45%
Asian
Native
American
Unknown
0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70%
Financial Summary of Fiscal Year 2014
® PROGRAM EXPANSION: Continued
collaborations with Desert Botanical
Garden and Paradise Valley United
Method Church and new collaborations
with Peoria Community Center, Via Linda
Senior Center allow us to provide program
services at our partner locations to help
participants thrive beyond their diagnosis
in their own community.
® KID SUPPORT™: A professionally
facilitated, nationally vetted program that
teaches children ages 7–12 tools to cope
with a cancer diagnosed in the family.
ETHNICITY
White
> $100,000
0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% 35%
® YOUTH LEADERSHIP COUNCIL:
(YLC): A group of cancer survivors ages
18–23 formed to help turn barriers
created by their cancer diagnoses into
opportunities for development through
volunteering in our community, leadership
training and advocacy.
¢ MALE 23%
TOTAL NET ASSETS: $3,446,825*
ORGANIZATIONAL BUDGET: $960,000
Special
Events
35%
Program
77%
Development
18%
Revenues
Private
Funding
56%
$722,454
Third Party
Events
7%
Investment
Income
2%
Expenditures
$887,887
General &
Administrative
5%
*Based on audited financial statements
available upon request.
Accountability
}
CSCAZ’s program expenditures exceed the Better Business Bureau Wise Giving Alliance Standard, which
states a minimum of 65% of expenditures must be program related. CSCAZ exceeds the standard by 12%.
COMMUNITY
Thank You to Our 2014 Major Sponsors and Donors
Every dollar counts. Cancer Support Community Arizona deeply appreciates contributions and donations at every level.
$50,000 AND ABOVE
Arizona Central Credit
Union
BHHS Legacy Foundation
Banner Health
Cancer Treatment Centers
of America
Philip and Juanita Francis
William Price Trust
$25,000 – $49,999
The Thomas J Keys Living
Trust
Mayo Foundation
$10,000 – $24,999
APS
Dr. Daniel P. and Kathy
Aspery
Banner MD Anderson
Peter and Regina Bidstrup
Dorrance Family Foundation
Evans Charitable Foundation
Fry's Food Stores
Diane and Bruce Halle
Foundation
Steven and Suzanna Hilton
John & Editha Kapoor
Foundation
Ed Lewis
Pearson & Company
The David Reese Family
Foundation
Sante
Erston and Dawn Senger
Thunderbirds Charities
$5,000 – $9,999
American Medical Systems
Arizona Diamondbacks
Foundation
Edie Arrowsmith
Blue Cross Blue Shield
of Arizona
Tod E. Carson
CoBiz Cares Foundation
Jerry and Joan Colangelo
CopperPoint Mutual
Jennings, Strouss &
Salmon, PLC
Kathy Kenny
National Bank of Arizona
Todd Pearson
Phoenix Suns Charities
Scottsdale Healthcare
University of Arizona Health
Network
Wespac
$2,500 – $4,999
AWE Interiors
Cancer Support Community
Cardinals Charities
Bryan Cave LLP
Executive Council
Charities
Robert and Paula Hardison
Murray and Ina Manaster
Millennium
Northern Trust Bank
John and Doris Norton
Paramount
Pfizer
Dennis and Marilyn Pobiak
Wells Fargo
$1,000 – $2,499
Arizona State University
Christopher Thomas Beckley
Robert and Jean Fitzer
Gammage & Burnham
Barbara Gomez
Ed Grant
Jim and Brenda Howard
Hunt Corporation
Jaburg Wilk
Allen and Mary Kaplan
Drew and Gina Keilen
Melissa Klein
Fred Knapp
Herman and Cathy
Lewkowitz
William and Linda Pope
Brad Preber
Quail Plumbing Inc.
Safeway Foundation
Ken and Sandra Seward
Sleep America Charities Inc
Sunwest Federal Credit
Union
The Thunderbirds
Diane Walker
Craig and Connie
Weatherup
$500 – $999
Acacia Capital Corp
Ben Arnold Photography
James and Connie Binns
David Brunson
Ray Burgan
Pamela Chan
John and Carol Clemency
Cornerstone Advisors, Inc.
DeBusk Family Making
Smiles Foundation
David Farca
Charles and Donna Foster
Christopher Goodno
Dr. and Mrs. Michael Gordon
Thomas Haladyna
Mathew Heil
Rebecca Hudson
Gordon and Ruthie Johnson
Jerry and Andrea Lewkowitz
Lynne Love
MHK Printing
Amy Moseley
Will and Andrea Moseley
Paul and Rose Marie Nicola
Joan Pearson
Doug and Becky Pruitt
Pyramid Financial & Tax PLLC
Jamie and Nanette Sellar
Audre Slenys
Robert and Molly Stockley
Tracy Tremper
Fred and Jenny Unger
Robert and Susan Van Valer
MEDIA SPONSORS
Family Values Radio
– KXXT 1010AM
Frontdoors News
Trends Magazine
COMMUNITY
From Our
Participants
Rave Reviews...
FRED K.
MEMBER
“I was dealing with being alone in
this world, and when I heard the
words ‘you have cancer’ I had no
support system to lean on. I was
all alone. At CSCAZ someone has
walked the path ahead of you and
can share that experience. You are
not alone.”
ARCELIA L.
MEMBER
“CSCAZ is about courage, about
not being alone and about falling
into the soft hands that can support
you. What I have experienced at
CSCAZ is that life is possible against
all odds. It gives hope in my fight.”
MARY ALICE C.
MEMBER
“Despite cancer, Cancer Support
Community Arizona helps you learn
how to live and envision a future.”
SHANNON S.
CSCAZ FACILITATOR
“My favorite thing about my
role as a facilitator is bearing
witness and honoring the
stories of each cancer survivor
and caregiver. CSCAZ allows
people the right and respect
to have their experience
and feelings validated and
supported. I also feel inspired
by the compassion, support
and resilience I witness on
a regular basis within the
groups and community.”
NIKI B.
CANCER SURVIVOR &
MOTHER OF CHILD IN
KID SUPPORTTM
“We joined KidSupport and
I will truly tell you we made
connections that will impact
us for all our lives. We met
families going through what
we go through. These families
became OUR family.”
JANET S.
MOTHER TO TEEN
CANCER SURVIVOR
“Thank you sooooo very
much for allowing my girls
to attend the prom, they
had the best time and are
still talking about it weeks
later and even made some
new friends. There are so
many days that she doesn’t
smile. It made my heart sing
with joy to see them smiling
ALL DAY Saturday. And for
that I will be eternally grateful.
We are blessed to have an
organization like CSCAZ in
our lives. Thank you again.”
COMMUNITY
CANCER SUPPORT COMMUNITY ARIZONA BOARD OF DIRECTORS 2014 – 2015
Andrea Moseley
Board Chair
President and CEO
AWE Corporate Interiors
William Judge
Treasurer
Vice President of Finance
The Hunt Corporation
Jeremy T. Poryes
Board Governance Chair
Attorney
Ballard Spahr
Joanne Clavelle, DNP, RN,
NEA-BC, FACHE
SVP/Chief Clinical Officer
Honor Health
Drew Keilen
Vice President,
Senior Private Banker
Wells Fargo Private Bank
Jeff Gardner
Past Chair
Attorney
Jennings Strouss
Mary Ann Sturm
Secretary
Assistant Vice President,
Human Resources
CopperPoint Mutual
Juanita Francis, RN, MBA
Leadership Circle Chair
President, F2 Family
Foundation
Beth S. Cohn
Director
Jaburg & Wilk, P.C.
Mary Ann Luciano
Vice President of Ambassador
Education
Plexus Worldwide
Melissa R. Costello
Vice-Chair
Attorney at Law
Bryan Cave, LLP
Todd Pearson
Fund Development Chair
President and CEO
Arizona Central Credit Union
Barbara Gomez
Vice President of Human
Resources
Arizona Public Services
Lari Braun
Director of Human Resources
Henry & Horne, LLP
Jamie Sellar, MA, LPC
Director of Crisis Services
– Western Region
Recovery Innovations, Inc.
HONORARY BOARD
Tim Bricker
President and
Chief Executive Officer
Dignity Health
Chandler Regional & Mercy
Gilbert Medical Centers
Wyatt W. Decker, MD
Chief Executive Officer
Mayo Clinic Arizona
Peter Fine
President and CEO
Banner Health
Stuart D. Flynn, MD
Dean
University of Arizona College
of Medicine – Phoenix
Rhonda Forsyth
President
Honor Health
Linda Hunt
Senior Vice President of
Operations/President & CEO
Dignity Health Arizona
Susan Levine
Executive Director
Hospice of the Valley
Stephen “Steve” A. Purves
President and CEO
Maricopa Integrated Health
System
Matt McGuire
President and CEO
Cancer Treatment Centers
of America at Western
Regional Medical Center
Teri Pipe, PhD, RN
Dean
ASU College of Nursing and
Health Innovation
Tom Sadvary
CEO
Honor Health
Jeffrey M. Trent, PhD
President and Scientific
Director
The Translational Genomics
Research Institute (TGen)
Robert Meyer
President and CEO
Phoenix Children’s Hospital
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