2012-2013 Report - The Manitoba Lung Association

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2012-2013 Report - The Manitoba Lung Association
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Annual Report 2012 / 2013
REPORT FROM THE BOARD CHAIRPERSON AND EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
HELPING MANITOBANS BREATHE EASIER EVERYDAY
This was an outstanding year for our organization. We continued to focus on our strategic goals,
improved the impact of our programs and services, increased our visibility and took a leadership role in
national strategies that will ultimately help more Manitobans breathe easier.
All of our efforts were aimed at preventing lung disease and improving the quality of life for the
284,000 Manitobans that must cope with the devastating effects of lung disease. We continued to
Neil Johnston
Board Chair
focus on air quality issues, tobacco reduction, education, support and research. As you will see in the
following report we were able to help thousands of Manitobans with our programs and services. We
continued to offer smoking prevention programs to youth and we helped both youth and adults to quit
smoking. We continued to protect thousands of Manitoba worker’s lungs with our Occupational Health
program, and increased awareness of lung disease through our work with the media and through
our social media sites. Our support groups continued to provide help to our clients and their families.
Hundreds of health professionals received training from us in our conferences and workshops. This
training will enhance the quality of care that they are able to provide to Manitobans with lung disease.
Our staff and volunteers have taken a leadership role in developing national strategies that will
boost our national structure, and research and health programs. These strategies will enhance our
organization across Canada and in Manitoba.
We did all of this because we know that when you can’t breathe nothing else matters. Our supporters
Margaret Bernhardt-Lowdon
Executive Director
understand this all too well. This year we were again blessed with the support of thousands of donors,
sponsors and volunteers. We would not have been able to achieve any of our successes without their
enthusiasm, generosity and dedication.
In the upcoming year, we will mark our 110th anniversary of helping Manitobans to breathe easier.
We are firmly committed to the lung health of Manitobans and we will continue to work hard every day
to improve lung health in our province.
BOARD AND STAFF
*Volunteers have always played a vital part in our success to help Manitobans breathe easier. We rely on the expertise, enthusiasm and
hard work of our voLUNGteers to help us reach our goal.
Board Members
Dr. B. Louise Giles
Finance
Health Initiatives
Mr. Neil Johnston, Chair
Ms. Deborah Harri
Kristopher Kamenz
Sheila McIntosh
Dr. Andrew Halayko,
Mr. Reginald Mercredi
Fund Development
Jay Johnson
Ms. Titi Tijani
Lynda Gilchuk
Yvonne Krahn
Ms. Gail Sigurdson, Treasurer
Staff
Elizabeth Brigham
Judy Riedel
Ms. Helen Clark
Administration
Jodie Chance
Dan Tarabalka
Ms. Juliette (Archie) Cooper
Margaret Bernhardt-Lowdon
Katie Gupta
Tobacco Reduction
Mr. Roger Currie
Jennifer Ferguson
Julie Johnson
Tracy Fehr
Ms. Brenda Dyck
Jenna Kleyh
Wendy Petersen
George Koch
Vice Chair
Scott Stephens
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The Manitoba Lung Association
FINANCIAL REPORT 2012/2013
FISCAL YEAR APRIL 1, 2012 – MARCH 31, 2013
STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS
REVENUE
Fundraising700,706
Federal & provincial government grants
294,136
Bequests & legacies
209,961
Miscellaneous revenue
210,502
Investment income
38,741
$1,454,046
EXPENSES
Community education, advocacy, prevention programs, and research
697,540
Fundraising expenses
396,311
Administration370,697
$1,464,548
Excess of expenses over revenues
(10,502)
BALANCE SHEET
ASSETS
Cash and investments
591,424
Capital assets and other
379,629
$971,053
LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS
Current liabilities
Accounts payable and accrued charges
278,485
Deferred revenue
113,742
Net assets
Unrestricted20,234
Externally restricted
460,540
Internally restricted
98,052
$971,053
Financial information in this report is extracted from the Sanatorium Board of Manitoba’s full financial statements for the year ended March 31, 2013, audited by Craig & Ross Chartered Accountants
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LUNG HEALTH PRIORITIES 2012-13
TOBACCO REDUCTION
AND CESSATION
LUNG DISEASE
Tobacco use remains the leading cause
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
Asthma
of death from lung cancer and chronic
(COPD)
There are more than 85,000 Manitobans
obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).
COPD is the fourth leading cause of death
living with asthma and over 34,000 are
Manitoba smoking rates have declined
in Manitoba killing more women than
children. Canada has some of the highest
but more than 185,000 Manitobans
breast cancer. COPD has a higher rate of
rates of asthma in the world. Asthma is
continue to smoke and 85% of them
hospital admissions and re-admissions
the most common workplace-related lung
have tried unsuccessfully to quit in the
than heart failure, angina and other serious
disease causing a third of lost work time.
past. We still have the highest number
chronic diseases. COPD leaves some
Asthma is also the leading reason for
of teenage smokers (grades 10-12)
working-age people too sick to work and
school absenteeism and hospitalization for
in Canada. Despite years of public
costs millions of dollars a year in medical
children. Unfortunately, many people with
education, smoke free legislation, tax
bills and lost productivity in Manitoba.
asthma do not effectively manage their
increases and more, 19% of Manitobans
Unfortunately, most Manitobans don’t
asthma even though effective medication
aged 15 and older still smoke.
know what COPD is, or if they are at risk,
and treatment is available.
and don’t know how to find out.
Tuberculosis (TB)
Lung cancer
Despite the low incidence of TB in Canada,
Lung cancer kills more people than
1,600 new cases are reported every year.
all other cancers combined. Although
The majority of all new TB cases in Canada
smoking causes most cases of lung cancer,
occur in people born outside of the country
10-15% of cases occur in people who
and the Aboriginal populations are still
have never smoked. Other known causes
disproportionately affected with higher
of lung cancer include radon gas and
rates of TB.
asbestos exposure. Radon, a naturally
of lung cancer after smoking. Radon can
OCCUPATIONAL LUNG
HEALTH PROGRAM (OLHP)
leak into your home through cracks and
Occupational lung health monitoring is
gaps at the ground level.
of critical importance for employees who
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work in high risk industries where they
identified by researchers include second
are potentially exposed to hazardous
hand smoke, environmental pollution and
respiratory exposures. The OLHP provides
genetic factors.
baseline screening and periodic monitoring
of employees’ lungs. The OLHP helps to
identify lung changes early in employees
and potential problems in the workplace
relating to air quality. It is a priority for
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prevented in workers and their families.
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The Manitoba Lung Association
WE WANT
TO EXTEND
A SPECIAL
THANK YOU TO
CARSEN FOR
HIS GENEROUS
DONATION OF
$110
For Carsen’s 8th birthday
he asked all of his friends
to donate money for the
Manitoba Lung Association
instead of buying him gifts.
Carsen did this in memory
of his late Grandfather John
Cosser who passed away
February 2012. Mr. Cosser
had lung cancer which he
recovered from through
surgery and treatment.
Carsen misses his granddad
very much.
Thank you Carsen from
everyone at The Manitoba Lung
Association!
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LUNG HEALTH HIGHLIGHTS 2012-13
TOBACCO REDUCTION
AND CESSATION
LUNG HEALTH EDUCATION AND AWARENESS
Providing education and support to
Providing professional education
Providing public education and
help people quit smoking and reduce
to ensure health care professionals
promoting awareness to Manitobans
tobacco use
provide standardized respiratory care
on lung disease
Our N.O.T. smoking cessation program
We continued to provide health-care
We continued to work with various
for teenagers continued its ongoing
professionals with training and resources
partners and community organizations
success. Our coordinator delivered
on best practices in chronic lung disease
to raise awareness and provide education
many presentations and displays; ran
diagnosis, care and management. The
about COPD, asthma and lung cancer.
training sessions with 25 new facilitators;
training provides them the skills and
One such partnership with the WRHA
continued to increase participation by
knowledge to help patients with lung
resulted in a coordinated Pulmonary
school divisions and individual schools all
disease manage their health with a better
Rehabilitation Program that includes the
over Manitoba; and increased the number
quality of life. We held several educational
Deer Lodge Centre, Seven Oaks Hospital
of teenage students who participated.
forums and workshops for health
and Misericordia Health Centre. We
professionals across Manitoba. Fifty four
supported this program with referrals and
ManitobaQuits contest with a registra-
more health professionals were trained in
promotion, and patients were referred
tion of 1444 interested participants! We
our RespTrec courses. These efforts will
to our Better Breathers support groups
were encouraged by the 32% response
ensure that Manitoba Health professionals
for ongoing education and support. We
rate from the Manitobans who have the
follow the Canadian Respiratory
were able to provide educational and
higher smoking rates! We continued to
Guidelines and provide the best possible
awareness displays and presentations to
provide support to those who wanted to
care to their patients.
many different groups, perform 1400 lung
This is the third year that we held the
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quit, throughout the year. We applaud
tests and distribute nearly 20,000 printed
the people who have quit smoking and
materials.
celebrate the community champions and
We held a campaign for radon and lung
partners who offered their support to our
cancer awareness during the month of
programs.
November to encourage Manitobans to
test their homes for radon. We were able to
reach more Manitobans with our message
because of financial support from Health
Canada and other supporters.
We continued to take an active role in
the provincial and federal TB Control Program which involved processing submitted TB films and reports for the TB Control
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OCCUPATIONAL LUNG
HEALTH PROGRAM (OLHP)
Providing lung health screening in
high risk workplaces
This year we tested the lungs of over
1000 employees working in 45 different
companies. We recruited 11 new
companies mostly in construction and
agriculture.
SUPPORT GROUPS
Supporting Manitobans with
lung disease
We provided support for the one in five
Manitobans with lung disease and helped
them to breathe easier through our support
groups, toll-free help lines, Facebook pages
and our website.
Many lung patients attended our Best
Breathers group in Brandon, Better Breathers group in Winnipeg, and Better Breathers on Air group. We also offered support
to patients, families and caregivers in our
Lung Transplant group. These support
groups provide education and support.
Attending these support groups in
person or by telephone gives patients, their
families and caregivers the opportunity
to ask questions and interact on topics
ranging from nutrition and healthy eating
to proper use of medications, exercise,
rehabilitation and more.
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SUPPORTERS
We are very grateful to our supporters for all that they do: sponsor events, make donations, purchase tulips, give in kind gifts, support
our Door to Door Campaign, fund programs, contribute through payroll giving and much more. The following is a list of organizations
who contributed $100 or more from April 1, 2012 to March 31, 2013. Thank you
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Aboriginal & Northern Affairs
Aboriginal Education Directorate
Accenture Health Practice – Toronto
Acklands-Grainger INC
AECOM
Aikins MacAulay & Thorualdson Law
Air Canada Building
Allmar International
Anderson Energy Ltd. – Calgary
Antex Western Ltd.
Aon Consulting
Arlt Homes Ltd
Arnold Bros. Transport Ltd.
Artists Emporium
AstraZeneca Canada Inc. – Mississauga
Athens Construction Inc. Steinbach
Balmoral Hall School
Bank of Nova Scotia – Rothesay Ave.
BDO Canada – Graham Ave.
Behlen Industries – Brandon
BMO Harris Private Banking – Main
Boehringer Ingelheim (Canada) Ltd. –
Burlington
Boston Pizza – Brandon
Boston Pizza – Roblin Blvd
Brandon Bearing Ag & Industrial Supply Ltd.
Brandon Clinic Medical Corporation
BRHA, Nursing Office
Cadham Provincial Laboratory
Canadian Cancer Society
Canadian Linen and Uniform Service
Canadian Online Giving Foundations –
Calgary
Canadian Tire Corporations – Brandon
Canadian Union of Public Employeess –
Winnipeg
CancerCare Manitoba
Cardinal Capital Management
Cargill Limited
CAW Local 2169
Central Plains Cancer Care Servicess –
Portage La Prairie
CG Industrial Specialties Ltd.s – Vancouver
CGA Manitoba
Chapman, Goddard & Kagan
Child Guidance Clinic
Cindy Klassen Recreation Complex
City of Brandon
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City of Winnipegs – Planning, Property &
Development
City of Winnipeg Charitable Fund
City of Winnipeg Employees’s –
Retirees’ Charitable Fund
Civil Legal Services
CML Northern Blower INC
Complete Care In Home & Hospital
Health Services
Concordia Village
Confidence Management Ltd
Core-Mark International Inc
Corydon Dental Centre
Craig & Ross Chartered Accountants
Credit Union Central of Manitoba
Crocus Credit Unions – Brandon
Crosier Kilgour & Partners LTD
Crosstown Civic Credit Unions –
Donald St.
Crosstown Civic Credit Unions –
Henderson
Crystal Spring Colony Farms Ltd. –
Ste Agathe
Cunningham Business Interiors Ltd
David Livingstone Community School
Deer Lodge Centre
Diamond Athletic Medical Supplies Inc
Diana Oil Ltds – Sinclair
Dynamex Canada Corp.
East-Man Feeds
Ecole Dugald School
Ecole Van Belleghem
Edward & Gertrude Bell Family Funds –
Winnipeg Foundation
Edward Schreyer Schools – Beausejour
Employment Standards
Enterprise Rent a Cars – Brandon
Enterprise Rent a Cars – Winnipeg
Environment Canada
EQ3 Ltd.
Federal Government of Canada
Fillmore Riley LLP
Finmac Lumber
First General Services
Floform Countertops
Fort Garry Fire Trucks
Fort Garry Industries
Frontiers North
Gardewine Group Inc.
Gateway Group
General Wolf School
GlaxoSmithKline - Mississauga
Grant Thornton LLP
Great West Life Assurance Company
Griffols Canada Ltd. s – Mississauga
Group Benefits Consulting of Canada
Harwant Consulting Inc.s – Calgary
Hatch Ltd.
Health Sciences Centre
Hobbs Manor Incs – Brandon
Holy Ghost Fraternal Aid Society
Industry Canada
Intergraphics Decals Ltd
Investors Group
Investors Group Financials – Brandon
Investors Group/Leona D. Lazarenko
Foundation
Investors Group/Muriel Joyce Sinclair
Foundation
Jewish Foundation of Manitoba
Jim Gauthier Chevrolet Ltd.
Johnson & Johnson Shared Servicess –
Shared
Jostens Canada Inc
Keith G Collins Ltd
Kildonan East Collegiate
Klinic Community Health Centre
KPMG LLP Chartered Accountants
Ladies Auxiliary to The Royal Canadian
Legios – Lac du Bonnet
Law Society of Manitoba
Lazer Grant LLP
Legal Aid Manitoba
Leslie John Taylor Funds – The
Winnipeg Foundation
Levene Tadman Golub Law Corporation
Lindenwood Terrace
Lions Club of Winnipeg
Lions Manor
Lions Manors – Brandon
Loblaw Companies Ltd
Login Canada
Lord Selkirk Regional Schools – Selkirk
Louis Riel School Division
MPI
M.G.E.U
Macs Convenience Storess – Shared
Servicess – Winnipeg
Magellan Aerospace Ltd
Manitoba All Charities Campaign
Manitoba Association of Registered
Respiratory Therapists
Manitoba Association of School
Business Officialss – Morris
Manitoba Blue Cross
Manitoba Finance
Manitoba First Nations Education
Resource Centre Inc.
Manitoba Housing & Renewal Corp
Manitoba Hydro
Manitoba Hydro
Manitoba Hydros – Dauphin
Manitoba Hydro Employee
Campaign – Gillam
Manitoba Labour Board
Manitoba Nurses Union
Manitoba Ombudsman
Manitoba Pork Council
Manitoba Public Insurance
Manitoba School for the Deaf
Manitoba Teachers’ Society
Manitoba Telecom Services Employee
Charity Trust
Manitoba Telephone System
Manitoba Theatre Centre
Manitoba Transporation & Government
Services
Manitoba Youth Centre
Maple Leaf Porks – Brandon
Marquette Homess – Headingley
Marymound Inc.
McDonalds
McNally Robinson Booksellers
MCW/Age Consulting Professional
Engineers
Melet Plastics Inc.
Melita Golf Course
Meyers Norris Pennys – Brandon
Misericordia Health Centre
MMM Group LTD
MNP LLPs – Virden
Montrose Mortgage Corporation Ltd
Montrose School
MTS Employee Charity Trust - Brandon
Murdoch MacKay Collegiate
NDP Caucus
Neelin High Schools – Brandon
New Directions
New System Store - Brandon
Number TEN Architectural Group
NYGARD International
Oak Hammock Marshs – Ducks
Unlimited Canada
Old Dutch Foods
Olschewski Feuer Davie
Online Business Systems
Order of the Eastern Stars – Grand
Chapter of Manitoba
Paddock Drilling LTDs – Brandon
Parkside Ford Lincoln
Parkview Seniors Housing Co-op Ltds –
Brandon
Parrish & Heimbecker Ltd
Payworks
Perimeter Aviation
Petals West
Peterson Group Chartered Accountants
Phoenix Recycling Inc.
Pinaymootang Schools – Fairford
Pinchin Environmental Ltd.
Pitblado
Plezia Insurance Brokers
Portage Avenue Dental
Portsmouth Retirement Residence
Postmedia Network
Power Vac
Prairie Aircraft Sales Calgary
Premier Printing Ltd
Prince Charles Education Resource Ctr.
Property Registry
Provincial Exhibition of Manitoba Brandon
Pullan Kammerloch Frohlinger
Qualico Developments
Quality Life Services
Quintex Services LTD
R. EN Demolition - St Andrews
Rady Jewish Community Centre
Rana Medical
RANA Respiratory Care Group
RB Russell High School
RBC - Fort St.
RBC - Portage Ave
RBC Royal Bank - Brandon
Red River Cooperative Ltd.
Reimer World Corp
Reliable Mobility Ergoback Solutions
Residential Tenancies Branch
Richardson International Ltd
River East Collegiate
River East Electric
River Elm School
River Heights Terrace – Brandon
Robert Lowdon Photography
Rock Lake Colony LTD - Grosse Isle
Royal Bank of Canada Private Banking
RTDS Technologies Inc.
RW Bobby Bend School – Stonewall
Safeway Canada
Samuel Coil Processing
Scarrow & Donald
Scotia Private Client Group - Portage
Scotiabanks – Portage
Scotiabanks – St. Mary’s Rd
Seven Oaks General Hospital
Seven Oaks School Division
Shoppers Malls – Brandon
Sirius Benefit Planss – AGM LTD
Skybridge Marketing Group
Sorrento’s
St James Civic Centre
St Paul’s High School
St. Boniface Hospital
St. Jamess – Assiniboia School Division
St. Joseph’s Parishs – Thompson
St.Vital Shopping Centre
Starbucks - Brandon
Standard Aero
Standard Manufacturers Services Ltd
Sterling House
Strathmillan School
Sun Life Financial
Sunrise Credit Union
Sunrise Credit Unions – Baldur
Sunrise Credit Unions – Deloraine
Sunrise Credit Unions – Hartney
Sunrise Credit Unions – Treherne
Sunrise Credit Unions – Waskada
Tache Obstetrics & Gynecology
Takeda Canada Inc.s – Oakville
Team Insurance
Teshmont Consultants LP
The City of Winnipeg, Legal Services
The Discovery/Lancer Group
The Ernst Hansch Foundation Inc
The General Child & Family Services
Authority
The Great-West Life Assurance
Company/Employee Benefits D158
The North West Companys – Main
The North West Companys –
Murray Park
The Office
The Parkway Retirement Community
The Public Trustee of MB
The Saul and Claribel Simkin Centre
The Wellington
The Winnipeg Foundation
Tim Hortons Community Cruiser
Tourism Winnipeg
Travel Professionals International
Trudell Medical Internationals – London
TruServ Canada
Unigraphics Manitoba Ltd.
United Way of Calgary and area
United Way of Greater of Toronto
United Way of Winnipegs – Designated
Funds
University of Manitobas – Agriculture
University of Manitobas – HLHP Institute
University of Manitobas – Payroll Dept.
University of Manitobas – Philanthropy
University of Manitobas – Physics &
astronomy
University of Manitobas – Research
Services
University of Manitobas – Student
Services
University of Manitoba School of
Medical Rehabilitation
University of Winnipeg
Vanguard Credit Unions – Hamiota
Vanguard Credit Unions – Miniota
Vector Construction Group
LUNGWORKS – MONTHLY DONORS
Special thanks to our Monthly Partners who contribute through regular monthly donations. We have many monthly supporters who
prefer to remain anonymous
Florence Allen
Wilfrid Bader
Barrie Bayne
Annette Bentley
Brent Bain
Sarah Bullivant
Mona Combot
Violet Drewlo
Margaret Erven
Mary Farley
Gloria Ferguson
Heather Frederick
Mr & Mrs Generao
Larry Guy
Signy Harsen
Natalie Hardie
Wade & Erin Harms
Marie Hartley
Harry Hill
Jeff & Shawna Johnson
Neil Johnston
Halimatu Kamara
Dorcas Kendall
Mary Kolaski
Teena Laird
Rose Lee-Paget
Duncan Letby
Ted Letkemann
Tracy Lynam
Jim McDermid
Patricia McDonald
Linda McDougall
Valerie McKelvey
Shawn Mitchell
Dr Hans Pasterkamp
Doris Pollock
Dorothy Raynor
Sara Reeve
Catharine Schultz
Keith Stones
Doreen Strong
Eva Stubbs
Nancy Suche
Pat Szewczyk
Regina Tan
Westcreek Dairy
Mary Wiebe
Lois Wolfe
Mary Zacharias
For Fun Trucking Inc – Larry Sawatzky
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INDIVIDUAL DONORS
We have been very fortunate to have donors who have supported us faithfully and generously for many years. These are just a few
of them. We have many supporters who prefer to remain anonymous.
George C. Apps
Henrietta E. Arnold
Dave Audette
Ray M. Bailey
Ted M. Bailey
Gordon J. Barkman
Katherine Bergen
Susan Bergmann
Stephanie Bilyj
Shirley Binda
Maralice Blagden
Lori Boszko
Don R. Brownell
Gladys E. Bruce
Shirley Bugara
Darrell Bushuk
Everette Carpenter
Murray K. Carradice
Simon Carreiro
George Choiselat
Peter Cimarno
Juliette E. Cooper
Gerald & Sandra. Coueslan
Clare T. Cove
A J. Davidson
Marie M. Dohan
Gerald T. Dybish
Sherrie Edwards & Garry Plesh
Emmett J. Elves
Neil Fenton
Dr Rosanne Gasse
Delores Gembey
Donalda A. Gibb
Anne Goetz
Les C. Green
Gillian Harries
Raymond H. Harris
Allen Hattie
Laurence G. Herd
Thelma Hornby
Mary A. Janciukas
Charles Jaworski
Robert W. Keith
Betty Klassen
Ernest B. Krahn
Johanna Lach
Audrey Lay
John Leafloor
Sydney Lentle
Odilas Lessard
Cliff Loganberg
Donald J. MacDonald
Kathleen MacIver
Audrey Mackenzie
Iris Magura
Aubrey A. Marcotte
Henry Martens
John Mavins
Mary S. McBurney
Edna McNicoll
Ken J. McTaggart
Stephen W. Mical
Clinton Moffat
D G. Muller
Anny Nawratil
W. (Jim) A. Neustaedter
Jack O’Neil
Jack M. Ostrov
Terry Park
Mary Pauk
Donnie Payne
Bonnie Perchaluk
Edith E. Peterson
Albina Plesh
Joseph Preissler
Van R. Price
DONOR’S CHOICE
BEQUESTS
We are extremely grateful for the long standing support we have received for many years from
We were honoured to received
Donor’s Choice Campaign Communities throughout Manitoba. Dedicated volunteers canvas door
bequests from the following
to door in these communities and donors designate where they would like their funds to be donated.
individuals during our fiscal year
Thank you to the donors and to the volunteers who do this important work.
April 1, 2012 to March 31, 2013.
Birtle Donor’s Choice
Boissevain/Morton Donor’s Choice
Deloraine & Area Donor’s Choice
Elgin & Area Donor’s Choice
Elkhorn Donor’s Choice
Hamiota Donor’s Choice
Hartney District Donor’s Choice
Killarney & Area Donor’s Choice
Melita Donor’s Choice
Harding-Kenton-Lenore Donor’s Choice
Carberry & North Cypress United Way
Miniota/Arrow River Donor’s Choice
Oak Lake & Area Donor’s Choice
Pilot Mound & District Community Canvass
Shoal Lake Donor’s Choice
Souris District Donor’s Choice
Starbuck All Charities Inc.
Treherne & Area Donor’s Choice
Wawanesa & Area Donor’s Choice
Gifts were also made to celebrate birthdays, retirements
and other special occasions “In Honour”
Candace Stanley
Angelique Trudel
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Randy Quane
Carol Relph
Marcel J Remillard
George A. Resch
Michael Roberts
Mary S. Robertson
Bernice Rzasa
Ernie Safronetz
Angela M. Shozda
Robert K. Siddall
Ruby T. Simmons
Robert W. Smith
Velma A. Smith
Irvine Striemer
Robert B. Swanlund
Barry Talbot
David Thorpe
Hal Tonsaker
Aganetha Wagner
Shelagh D. Welter
Dorothy Westad
Lawrence Wiens
Frank E. Williams
Lillian Wittman
Richard W. Worden
The Manitoba Lung Association
Annie Antosko
James Culbert – Community Foundation
of Portage
Marjorie G. Dance
Benjamin & Audrey Doupe Memorial Fund –
The Winnipeg Foundation
Frances Fenton
Vivian Doris Glass Memorial Fund –
The Winnipeg Foundation
Irish Society of Manitoba
John Rickard Clements Memorial Fund
Jessie C. Larmon
Molly Hirshburg Research Fund
Harry L. Sawatzky
Anna Stubits
Arthur M. Tooley
IN MEMORY
We wish to acknowledge those who were named “in memory” with a gift to The Manitoba Lung
Association during the period April 1, 2012 to March 31, 2013.
Gordon Fraser Angus
Augustina R. Austria
John Baillie
Hazel Bauer
Wilf Bender
Eileen Bennett
Elizabeth Bevis
Martha Bircham
Edward J. Bloomer
Mary Louise Blue
Leon Bonin
George Bourdeau D’Hul
William Brad
Lucy Bradley
Cordelia Bryce
Tony Caputi
Peter Charaton
Eduardo Chiappetta
Carmela Circelli
Vera Clark
Donna Collins
Svea Cook
John Cosser
Kevin Craig
George William Critchley
Jeannine Curtis
Arnie Dahl
Michael Daly
Edward Dermody
John Dyck
Anna Eitzen
Fred Ewen
Mervin Farmer
Vincent Fisher
Ed Foley
Evelyn Gardner
Allan Gould
Dorothy Graham
Tommy Graham
Wayne Graham
Douglas Samuel Hancock
Wilfred H. Hastman
Elaine Henderson
Rankin Hicks
Brenda Hill
Ivy Horne
Brian Hunt
Ronald Hutton
Kathy Ilg
Marie L. Kachor
Harvey Keele
Eleanor Keyzer
Ray Kirkham
Gary Klippenstien
Mary Kohuch
Jack Kozuska
Ben Kusher
Richard Large
Myrtle Lavallee
Goldie Lehmann
Jack Lorette
Ken Lowdon
Darlene Lucyshen
Myrna Lund
John Mazur
Clara McDowell
Leslie Middleton
Eric Miranda
William Mitchell
Ronald N. Morin
Eric Mosley
Edna Moyle
John Nawrocki
Olive Nebozenko
Walter R. Ogonoski
Reginald Oliver
Julia Omeniuk
Maxine Wandler
Alvin Leland Owen
Gerry Parkinson
Glenda Pederson
Dennis Pendeshuk
Gayle Plasecki
Dawn Pilon
Gerald Pirotton
Hugh Lindsay Popham
Tracey Popiel
Gordon Potter
Jane Powell (Waggoner)
Melvin Prokopowich
Mary Register
Royden Ritchie
Myrtle Rudd
Robert Ruskin
Pauline Sawchuk
Arthur Shura
James Alexander Smith
Joe Smith
Grace Steski
Art Sutherland
Toru Suzuki
Sau King Tam
Ernie Todoruk
Doreen Toutant
Vincenzo Tummillo
Harold Viklund
Beulah Watson
Joyce West
Gary Wilcox
Joseph Don Wimble
Bill Windsor
Olga Wruck
Don Yascheshyn
Alison Young
LONG TIME DONORS
We are very thankful for the donors who have been donating for us for many years. The following is a list of donors who have donated
every year for more than 8 years – some of them have donated more than 24 years. Many remain anonymous.
Henry Abrahams
Linda M Allen
Mary Berkvens
Keith W Blight
Brian Bodner
Walter Boyko
Eva M Brook
Ken Callis
Robert Cobb
Betty Cochrane
Peggy L Colonello
Everett Decoff
Margaret E Didenko
Allen E Edmonds
Wendy Elliott
James S English
Lois Evans
Lawrence & Ann Ezowski
Paul Genest
Robert Gilmore
Susan Glennon
Margaret I Gopaul
Lane & Jean Graham
Elizabeth H Griffith
Eric W Guile
Lena Hardman
Thomas Hodgson
Michael Huska
Shirley Hutchinson
Leroy Johnson
A L Jordan
Mary Kurlan
Evelyn Laforte
Jean B Lewis
J Graham MacLeod
Stanley Matthew
Joyce Maxwell
Marg & Les McCuaig
Kenneth R. McDonnell
Matilda Melcosky
Paul Mowdy
Betty Mundle
Audrey B O’Connor
Alex Ozunko
Robert Partridge
Elda Plessis
Perry Robson
Anne Schmidt
Abe Shooman
Edward Sklar
Gertrude I Smith
Murray R Stewart
Joan Stitt
Olia Susky
Carley Thomson
Ralph Tibbatts
Walter & Gloria Urbanowich
Jeanne Verniest
Shirley Warren
George Waters
Allan N Webster
Wilda L Weir
Joyce White
Richard Wiebe
Norma Woodman
Bruce H York
Marjorie Young
Annual Report 2012 / 2013
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