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CHINATOWN HEALTH CLINIC FOUNDATION

2016 ANNUAL REPORT


Dear Friends, The Chinatown Health Clinic Foundation was established in 1994 to improve the health conditions of the Asian American community, to promote quality health care as a basic right of all people, and to support and benefit the Charles B. Wang Community Health Center.

comprehensive primary care to more than 52,000 patients, and develop innovative community health promotion programs. Because of your generosity, the Health Center continues to gain recognition as a national leader in community health care for its high quality of care.

We are so grateful to our corporate and individual donors who support the foundation’s annual dinner and a golf outing that raise funds for the Health Center. Your gifts enabled the Health Center to provide

The funds raised also support the Dickson Hee Scholarship and the Dr. Thomas Tam Scholarship to train the next generation of community health care leaders.

We hope you will continue to partner with us to achieve health care as a basic right for all.

Sincerely yours,

Raymond Fong, MD President

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Jane T. Eng, Esq. Chief Executive Officer


WHY YOUR GIFT MATTERS

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Last year, more than

52,000 people

in our community turned to the Charles B. Wang Community Health Center.

Many are low-income Asian Americans with limited English proficiency.

Some are uninsured and have difficulties getting the care they need because of language or cultural barriers.

Your donations this past year helped transform people’s health by providing quality health care when they need it the most. Consider donating again this year to support our programs and services by visiting our Online Donation page www.chinatownhealth.org/donate-now.asp or mail us a check. Checks should be made to Chinatown Health Clinic Foundation, 268 Canal Street, 6th Floor, New York, NY 10013

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DICKSON HEE SCHOLARSHIP The scholarship was established in honor of Mr. Dickson Hee, former chair of the board of directors of the Charles B. Wang Community Health Center. Mr. Hee served on the board for nine years and was chair from 2001-2003. Hee was an MBA in healthcare and finance and graduate of Queens College and Columbia University. He was the president of Hong Hop Noodle Inc., and worked in the health care sector with Booz Allen and Kidder Peabody. The scholarship provides professional development opportunity for health care workers and support staff who provide critical care and support at the frontlines of the Health Center.

Recipients are Health Center employees awarded scholarships to enroll in a course or training program that will enable them to improve their skills and competencies.

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Grace Yeh

Madisen Li

Completed a Master of Public Administration degree at Baruch College

Completed training program in medical terminology and interpreting at New York University.

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DR. THOMAS TAM SCHOLARSHIP The scholarship honors Dr. Thomas Tam who initiated the 1971 Chinatown Health Fair and was a co-founder of the Charles B. Wang Community Health Center. He was also the first director for Project AHEAD, the oldest continuing health careers training program focusing on Asian American health based in a community health center. Dr. Tam was the first Asian American member of the Board of Trustees at City University of New York and executive director of the Asian American/Asian Research Institute, City University of New York.

The scholarship is awarded annually to high school students who participate in the Health Center’s Teen Resource Center.

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The 2016 Recipients Kah Soon Yap

Annie Huynh

“To me, community is fluid; not static like an area in the city ─ I belong to the Asian American community as well as the young adult community. One of the challenges facing the communities I belong to is the lack of resources and I plan on giving back to the organizations that can provide that.”

“When I think of community, I think of the relationships that I created. Through my internship, I learned to appreciate my community, and who I am. Education extends far beyond the classroom, and in many instances, one’s community is one’s best teacher.”

Kevin Lin “Community is the bond that allows people to feel safe enough to be vulnerable in front of others or stand together in solidarity for something that is bigger than our separate parts. I hope to make an impact on mine.”

Jennifer Chiao “Community to me is a space where we can connect with others freely. I aspire to become an educator for underserved urban students and communities … and bring about education equality by becoming a global teacher and impacting future leaders within and beyond US borders.”

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2016 Foundation Donations Platinum ($50,000 and above) J.T. Tai Foundation Ping Y. Tai Foundation Dr. Livia Wan Diamond ($25,000-$49,999) Affinity Health Plan CP Advanced Imaging Dr. James Chang Mary Agnes Pan Healthfirst Pat Wang Jade ($10,000-$24,999) Christopher E. & Beverley Blume CAIPA Foundation Ken Chin, Esq. Chinese American Medical Society Alexander & Irene Chu Dr. Pak H. Chung DCH Auto Group/Lithia The Ernest & Joan Liu Foundation Jones Lang Laselle Brokerage Laboratory Corp of America Karen Li Lin & Susie Chen Foundation New York Eye Center Dr. Raymond Fong The Ruth Foundation The Shau-wai & Marie Lam Family Foundation Miranda Wong Tang Dr. Savio & Emily Woo Ruby ($5,000-$9,999) Allen Health Care Services Jane & Howard Barnet

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EcolSciences Yvonne & Barney Ghaw Health Plus Amerigroup Healthx iHeartMedia LabCorp Christopher Law Lenco Diagnostic Laboratories Manheim & Co. Matassa Construction NewYork-Presbyterian Lower Manhattan Hospital Ong Family Foundation Premier Home Health Care Services Dr. Michael Stocker Jackson & Kay Yee Tai Dr. Pearl M. Tam TD Bank Fenton Charles & Genevieve Tom TrueCar Gwynne Chow & P.H. Tuan United Healthcare Sapphire ($2,500-$4,999) Mohammad Al-Okar Cohn Reznick CVS Health DentaQuest Jane T. Eng, Esq. First Republic Bank Francis Cauffman Gracie Square Hospital Harold L. Lee & Sons Sandra Lee Kawano Hong Kong Dragon Boat Dr. Sing Wu & Winnie Law Victor Lee Dr. John K.H. & Lorraine Li Metroplus Health Plan

Northwell Health David Pi Quest Diagnostics Selfhelp Community Services Abel & Sophia Sheng William Tam Turley, Hansen & Partners LLP Jeffrey E. Wacksman Dr. Huachen Wei WellCare of New York James & Elizabeth Wong Wonton Food, Inc. Dr. Samuel D.J. & Marion Yeh Dr. Raymond Yung Virtusa Corporation Supporters ($500-$2,499) Christopher F. Allwin Americare CSS Donald Ashkenase AutoPoint Bank of America Merrill Lynch Bank of China Gil Bernhard Cars.com Cathay Bank Dr. Angela Chan Hardy Chan Steve Chan Arnold & Jr-Jye Chang Dr. William Cheung Wing Mui Cheung Howard Chin Chinatown Manpower Project Chinese Consoliated Benevolent Association Chinese-American Planning Council Philip Chong, Jr. Dr. Samuel & Diana Chuk


Susan Cole Arthur Cusack Davis Vision DCH Paramus Honda Brian Lam Caleb Desrosiers EastBank EmblemHealth Services, LLC Family Choice Pharmacy Corp. Family Plus Pharmacy Corp. Frances Fan Lina Fang FCMS Foundation First American International Bank Flushing Hospital Medical Center Global Bank GNYHA Management Corp. Great Canal Realty Corporation Evelyn Ha Pamela Hansen Dr. Peter & Josephine Ho Holy Name Medical Center Hospital for Special Surgery Hsingmai Rick Huang Timothy Hsu International Integrated Solutions Dr. Albert Jen Sue Kaplan, Esq. Al Kirchner Raymond Kwa Dr. Alex Ky Diane LaBasse Jean Lam Truman Lam Lilian Lee Murray Levi John Lynch Maimonides Medical Center Ying Leung & Mabel Man Metropharm

Midwood Ambulance Service Asian American Ambulance MJHS Elder Plan MultiCultural Radio Broadcasting Yvonne S.Y. Liu New York Cosmopolitan Lions Club Eric Ng Po Shun (Patrick) Ng Dr. Tracy Ng Nom Hoy Sun Tuck Association NuVerse Advisors LLC Owh Kian Ong Owens, Kopilak, Klein, Lurie, LLC Paladin Consulting & Programming Gregory Pan Proskauer Rose LLP Arthur Rabin RCHN Community Health Foundation Mark Ricca Senior Whole Health New York Ming Nan & Angel Sheng Lynn D. Sherman Kenneth Shieh SinfoniaRx The Yen Family Charitable Foundation Michael & Rita Ting Michael I.K. Tong John & May Tsai Sophia Tsao Judith Tse Marian A. Tse, Esq. VillageCare Max Village Care of New York Visentry LLC Samuel Weinberg William F. Ryan Community Health Center Ah-Lan Woo Albert & Cora Yim

In Kind Bouley Restaurant Pearl Chin China Fun Restaurant Chinatown Optical Clear Channel Irene Chu Gina Chu Rocco DiSpirito Bill Haas Timothy Hsu Jeanne Lee Jackson Sandra Lee Kawano Kramer Levin Kian Lam Kho NY Giants NY Jets NY Knicks NY Tai Chi Chuan Marie Lam Karen Li Jiming Liang Marvel Entertainment Museum of Chinese in America Gregory Pan Mary Agnes Pan Po Wing Hong Martha & Hao Jiang Tian Sophia Tsao Wing Chueng Pacific Optometry Charman Wong Monita Wong Victor Wu

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Financial Statement Revenue Donations and contributions

$ 442,319

Rental income

1,994,701

Net gain on investments

715,104

Special events revenues

532,376

Interest and dividends

109,519

Expenses Program services

$ 1,399,337

Management and general

278,381

Fundraising

15,104

Increase in net assets

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Total support and revenue: $ 3,794,409

Total expenses: $ 1,692,822

$ 2,101,587


Board of Directors

Raymond Fong, MD

Samuel Yeh, MD, ScD

Sandra Lee Kawano, RN

Pak H. Chung, MD, FACOG

Donald Armstrong, MD

Robert Chang

Marie Lam

Joanne M.J. Quan, MS

Miranda Wong Tang

Jane T. Eng, Esq.

President

Vice President

Treasurer

Secretary

Chief Executive Officer

Board listing as of November17, 2017

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268 Canal Street New York, NY 10013 tel 212-379-6988 fax 212-379-6936 www.chinatownhealth.org

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