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COMMUNITY INVESTMENT REPORT FY17 : MAY 1, 2016 - APRIL 30, 2017

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Table of Contents Founder’s Letter

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Financial Impact

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Joy Index

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Event Spotlight

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MyMusicRx® 8-9 Caring Cabin

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Chemo Pal Mentor Program

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Link 14-15 Get Involved

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Board List

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Donor List

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Legal Alliance

XAVIE R CCA Hero

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A Note from Our Founder At CCA, we are JOY SEEKERS. And holding this FY17 Community Investment Report in your hands, although you may not realize it yet, YOU are a JOY SEEKER too. For the last 22 years, we at CCA have asked ourselves repeatedly: what can JOY do? • What if seriously ill children, especially those with cancer, had an equal opportunity to experience the JOYS of childhood? • What if the psychological effects of a serious illness could be eradicated with JOY? • What if we could clinically demonstrate the power of JOY to reduce the perception of pain, anxiety, and stress? CCA is the only organization working to position JOY as best practice in pediatric hospitals across the nation by delivering innovative programs that transform a moment with music, nature, friendship, and resources. And in the decades since CCA was founded around my kitchen table, we’ve grown to be one of the largest children's healthcare organizations in the Pacific Northwest, with bedside programming in children’s hospitals and medical facilities in Oregon and Washington, in Boston, Massachusetts, and coming soon, in Austin, Texas. In FY17, CCA focused on delivering exceptional quality, mission impact growth, and evidence-based analytics and results. Here are some highlights: • New assessment tools for both MyMusicRx® and the Chemo Pal® Mentor Program were developed to better measure impact, intended outcomes, and the quality of service delivered • 49% more kids and teens were served by CCA programs how, when, and where they prefer. Our teams delivered nearly 92,000 service interactions. • We exceeded our total revenue goal of $4.96M by over 23%, with extraordinary in-kind donations, pushing total revenue to 6.11M. At the same time, we invested a record $4.37M into our programs, an increase of 27% over last fiscal year. • Our disciplined approach to financial management, growth, and commitment to compliance sustained CCA’s exemplary ratings from all three major ratings agencies: Guidestar, Charity Navigator, and BBB Wise Giving Alliance • For the 16th consecutive year, we received an unqualified (A+) independent audit report As we head into FY18, CCA is laying the foundation for long term sustainability. We are investing in social impact modelling, lean innovation, and exploring highly scalable solutions in ways never before possible to some of the most compelling challenges kids and teens battling serious illness face today. At CCA, we stand for JOY. Thanks for standing beside us. In Joy,

R EGINA EL L I S Founder and Chief Joy Officer Children’s Cancer Association

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FY17 | Financial Impact $5M

$4M

INVESTMENT INTO CCA

$3M

5-YEAR PROGRAM INVESTMENT GROWTH

$2M FY13

FY14

FY15

FY16

FY17

  2 8 % ( $ 1.73M) I N-KI N D DON ATI ONS   2 5 % ( $ 1. 5 3M) DI RE CT PUB LI C SUP PO R T

FINANCES AT A GLANCE T O TA L REVEN U E

FY16 : $ 5,411, 5 6 3

T O TA L EXPEN S E

FY16 : $ 4,6 48,9 7 9

EN D IN G N ET A S S ET S

FY16 : $ 4, 3 0 5, 2 0 2

F Y 1 7 : $ 6 , 1 06 , 1 89

  2 2 % ( $ 1. 33M) COMMUN I T Y E V ENTS   14 % ( $ 8 33K) CORPORATE SUPP OR T   11% ( $ 68 0 K ) GRAN TS /OTHER

F Y 1 7 : $ 5 ,7 08, 1 5 7

F Y 1 7 : $ 4,7 03, 2 3 4

Throughout the year, our team focused on continuing to increase revenues while controlling expenses, positioning CCA to move forward with continued, measured growth in FY18 and beyond. All this while providing joy and support to families in need directly reflects the innovation, prudent management, and resolve that CCA staff and leadership have demonstrated year after year. Congratulations on another outstanding accomplishment!

JE F F PAUS TIAN CCA Finance Chair Managing Director, Investments JGP Wealth Management Group of Wells Fargo Advisors

CCA is a trusted organization that has been recognized for over 20 years as an excellent steward of financial resources. A copy of our latest financial statement is available at JoyRx.org/About/Financials. Due to the thorough work of the CCA finance team and senior management, the FY17 audit, which was performed by Gary McGee & Co. LLP, resulted in our 16th year of unqualified (A+) independent audit reports. Of those, this is also our 6th consecutive year earning the coveted No Material Weakness letter. 4 | We Prescribe Joy


Joy Index | Mission Impact

INVESTMENT INTO OUR COMMUNITY

  7 6 % ( $4 . 4 M ) P RO G R A M S

49%

9,448

TOTAL KIDS & TEENS SERVED

MORE KIDS & TEENS SERVED IN FY17

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F Y 17 ( I NCREASE)

  16 % ( $8 8 7 K ) F U N D R A I S I N G   8 % ( $4 5 5 K ) M A N AG E M E N T

31%

MORE FAMILY MEMBERS SERVED IN FY17

 F Y 16 F Y 17 ( I N CREASE)

91,964

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TOTAL SERVICE INTERACTIONS

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Event Spotlight

In May 2016, we celebrated the courage and optimism of this year’s class of CCA Heroes at OMSI. Find out more about the Celebration of Courage and our heroes at JoyRx.org/Spotlight.

Attracting PGA professionals from across Oregon and Southwest Washington, the Children's Pro-Am raised $246,000 in critical funds for CCA programs.

38,805

Gay Davis turned his one-day, one-man golf marathon, Golf for Joy, into a five-day event at Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club. Gay walked 141 holes in 17 hours to raise over $300,000 for CCA programs.

Inspired by CCA Founder, Regina Ellis, to “think big,” winemaker Ron PennerAsh had a brilliant idea to hit the water and Stand up for Joy! Paddling the wild streams of Oregon’s iconic Willamette River, he raised $77,000 for our programs of JoyRx. 6 | We Prescribe Joy

Over 800 guests raised $1.3M at the 16th annual Wonderball. Inspired by the sounds and styles of 1950s Havana, ¡El Baile! featured high energy performances from Tony Starlight, Melao de Cuba, and Edna Vazquez. PGA professional and CCA board member, John Grothe, spoke movingly about his family’s experience with MyMusicRx.

GUESTS ATTENDED CCA EVENTS IN FY17

Bridge City Paddling Club, led by President and Head Coach, Jeremy Shattuck, hit the river once again at Dawn to Dusk for a 12-hour paddle (in the wind & rain), to raise over $40,000 for CCA.


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BEDSTOCK VIDEOS IN FY17 On #GivingTuesday, MyMusicRx presented the 3rd annual Bedstock online music festival. Artists like Jack Johnson, Moby, Norah Jones, Panic! at the Disco, Alessia Cara, and more performed from bed as a show of solidarity with kids spending the holidays in hospital beds. Since its inception Bedstock has raised $95,000 and achieved 349M impressions with strong support from our MyMusicRx Champions.

F ROM 5 4 MUS I CIANS, 7 AUTHORS, AND 12 KI DS & TEENS

We were floored by the incredible showing from Jesuit, Central Catholic, Valley Catholic, and St. Mary’s High Schools at this year’s Walk for Joy. Wearing purple and walking together as one team, the students’ fundraising efforts led to a record breaking total of $54,000.

Inspired FOX 12 and Entercom Radio listeners responded generously to Valentine’s Day for CCA, and raised an incredible $604,000 to fund our free-of-charge programs. This annual event engages passionate community members, dedicated corporate and hospital partners, board members, craft businesses, volunteers, and families.

Presented by Toyota, the 5th Annual You Who! Rock Show for Kids took over the FADER FORT in Austin, TX this March with sets from Shakey Graves, Sara Watkins, Y La Bamba, Baskery, along with Sky Katz and Red Yarn, who both joined us that same afternoon for a special performance at Dell Children’s Medical Center. Our SXSW presence brought in a total of $45,000 for MyMusicRx bedside and online programs. CIR FY17 | 7


Music | MyMusicRx® Two decades ago CCA began delivering the healing power of music to the bedsides of children and teens facing cancer and other serious illness. Today, our trained specialists engage hospitalized children of all ages and diagnoses, playing music for and with them to reduce stress, anxiety, and perception of pain. In FY17, MyMusicRx expanded service to reach record numbers of hospitalized kids and teens. Locally, we added service at Ronald McDonald East House, in the OHSU and Randall Children's Hospital at Legacy Emanuel NICUs, and the Burn Center at Legacy Emanuel. Nationally, this was our first full year of service at Boston Children’s Hospital, the #1 ranked children’s hospital in the country. WHAT’S NEXT: In FY18, MyMusicRx will begin service delivery at Kadlec Regional Medical Center in Washington and St. David’s Children’s Hospital in Austin, TX.

8,814

INDIVIDUAL KIDS & TEENS SERVED IN FY17

  6 4 % (5 ,6 5 4 ) LO C A L

73,603

TOTAL SERVICE INTERACTIONS IN FY17

  5 7% ( 4 1,793) ON LI N E

  2 4 % (2 ,1 1 2 ) N AT I O N AL

  36% ( 2 6, 4 2 2 ) LOCAL

  1 2 % (1 ,0 4 8 ) O N L I N E

  7% ( 5 , 388 ) N ATI ON AL

63%

MYMUSICRX.ORG AVAILABLE TO 7,500 KIDS IN 25 HOSPITALS ACROSS THE U.S.

MORE KIDS & TEENS SERVED IN FY17

 F Y 16  

8 | We Prescribe Joy

  F Y 17 ( I N CRE ASE )


Some of the most poignant and memorable moments over the past several months involved music or song, and thanks to MyMusicRx, this was one of them… When Isa moved out of the PICU, Chris, a CCA MyMusicRx Specialist, slowly and respectfully connected with her. After getting her trach removed, Isa sang several songs, her favorite being "Lost Boy" by Ruth B. I was fighting back tears the first time she sang this with Chris… We are grateful to Chris for his persistence and for the gift of this experience. AS HLEY, IS A’S M OM


Nature | Alexandra Ellis Caring Cabin™ The Alexandra Ellis Caring Cabin provides children and teens that are in treatment, along with their families, an extraordinary place to retreat, relax, and create oncein-a-lifetime memories outside of the hospital environment. Nestled in 24 acres of surrounding woods with plentiful wildlife and a serene lake, the Caring Cabin provides an essential health connection to nature and healing. After 11 years and visits from over 4,000 family members, CCA undertook and completed a needed refresh of the Caring Cabin in FY17. Led by Anna Kimmel of Finley Grace Design, the 8-month project included a kitchen makeover, updated interior design throughout the house, roof repairs, and new outdoor features like an accessible fire pit. WHAT’S NEXT: With the refresh project complete, we look forward to a full Caring Cabin calendar in FY18.

WEEKLY CABIN USAGE IN FY17

  2 1 W E E K S I N-U S E 2 3 W E E K S RE N OVAT I O N   8 W E E K S S T O R M DA M AGE

$200,000

TOTAL VALUE OF REFRESH & REPAIRS IN FY17

  75 % ( $ 15 0,0 0 0 ) I N-KI N D DON ATI ON S   2 5 % ( $ 5 0,0 0 0 ) CASH DON ATI ON S

WITH DEEP T HANKS T O OUR R E NOVAT IO N PART NERS Acme Construction Supply Co • Steve & Kristen Blake • Grant & Megan Bilby Cascadian Landscaping • Brenda Crosby • Gordon Day • Delany & Long Andy & Patrick Dignan • Dynamic Resources • Finley Grace Design • Michael Fritz Holly Hunt • Hygge and West • IDEX Foundation • JB ColoringBrush Painting Juan Young Trust • Madison Furniture • Mansour Modern • Milan Stone • Nike Jeff & Malia Owens • David Parise • R&H Construction • James & Marcelyn Robison Rodda Paint • Rogers & Goffigon • The Flying Dutchman Foundation • Thrivent Financial

10 | We Prescribe Joy


At the Caring Cabin, we were filled with gratitude and joy because of how loved we felt being there and what an honor it was to spend time at such a sacred place… This was a time for us to just relax and retreat together and be intentional about celebrating Gideon and all that we’ve been through as a family. It was emotional at times, knowing all of the other families who’ve been through similar experiences and thinking about the pain our family has endured because of cancer. T HE DIS TERHO FF FAM ILY


Friendship | Chemo Pal® Mentor Program CCA’s award-winning Chemo Pal mentors play games, listen to music, share hobbies, or simply offer the comfort of companionship, relieving the loneliness and isolation experienced by children in treatment. A Chemo Pal mentor can also give parents a much-needed break to grab a cup of coffee, talk with doctors, or spend time with their other children. In FY17, CCA proudly began offering Chemo Pal mentors to kids who are inpatient for an extended stay at Shriner’s Hospital for Children. We also streamlined the background check and paperwork process for prospective mentors, continuing to ensure the highest level of safety for kids and teens at all partner hospitals. WHAT’S NEXT: In FY18, we’ll implement new, rigorous assessments to better understand the Chemo Pal program’s impact on both families and mentors. Learnings will inform program innovations and ensure the highest quality service continues to be delivered.

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TOTAL CHEMO PAL MATCHES IN FY17

1,918

  5 4 % (1 2 2 ) O N G O I N G MATCHE S 4 6 % (1 0 5 ) N E W M AT C HE S I N F Y 17

DONATED COMMUNITY EXPERIENCES

33% ( 62 5 ) CULTURAL E V E N TS   32 % ( 60 8 ) SPORTI N G E V E N TS 17% ( 332 ) OTHE R E V E N TS

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GRADUATIONS FROM TREATMENT

12 | We Prescribe Joy

9% ( 18 2 ) E XCLUSI V E ACCE SS 9% ( 171) OMSI PASSE S


Robert's Chemo Pal, Justin, has become part of our family forever‌ we'll never be able to thank him enough for making this long, 3 1/2 year treatment plan bearable. Justin has a ton in common with our son and they have a terrific bond. Justin also battled childhood cancer, twice. He knows all about LEGOs and Pokemon, both very important subjects to my child. My son says all the time that he wishes Justin was his real big brother. Justin gives me opportunities to eat or shower or return dozens of voicemails and make arrangements with Robert's teachers to get his schoolwork on track. It is so helpful to have another adult there at the hospital who loves my child. S Y DN EY, RO BERT'S M OM


Resources | Link CCA’s Link program takes the profound emotional and financial hardships of serious pediatric illness head on, engaging a network of caring people and organizations to provide families with essential needs assistance and support, building resilience during a difficult time. Some of that assistance has included bathroom renovations for wheelchair accessibility; family photo shoots; gas cards and car repairs to safely transport families to medical treatments; concert tickets for a needed night out; holiday gift support; and special wishes not met by other organizations. Link saw a 24% increase of in-kind goods and services donated from businesses and individuals in FY17, allowing us to serve 28% more families than in the previous year. WHAT’S NEXT: Link will continue to build meaningful community and hospital partnerships to help us meet the evolving, critical needs of families.

28%

MORE FAMILIES SERVED IN FY17

 FY16 

246

INDIVIDUAL FAMILIES SERVED

F Y 1 7 (I N C RE ASE )

262

1300+ PEOPLE ON 55 TEAMS SPONSORED 58 FAMILIES FOR HOPE FOR THE HOLIDAYS

TOTAL REQUESTS FILLED

  5 0 % ( 130 ) E S S E N TI AL N E E DS   2 8% ( 74 ) S PE CI AL RE QUE STS 2 2 % ( 5 8 ) ME MORI AL S TARS & F UN E RAL SUPPORT 14 | We Prescribe Joy


I really appreciate the Link program providing Irving with oxygen for our upcoming trip. We had everything set and paid last year to go to Mexico, but the day before our departure Irving got really sick and was admitted into the hospital. He was discharged a few days later on hospice care and we were told that he would only live a few more days to a week.

Almost a year later he is doing so much better... we want to take every opportunity to enjoy time with him. That is why this help means so much for us. ALM A , IRV IN G'S M O M


Community Outreach & Education 2,846 amazing volunteers donated more than 14,000 hours of their valuable time to CCA’s programs and events in FY17, a value of more than $341,000. CCA’s volunteers are the heart and soul of our organization: they mentor children, share their musical talents, staff community events, host toy drives, and serve on our leadership boards. CCA volunteers make a powerful difference in the lives of children in need. In return, they often find their own lives changed by the extraordinary spirit of the courageous kids and families we serve. WHAT’S NEXT: Look for the 5th edition of the Kids’ Cancer Pages, CCA’s comprehensive resource guide for families, distributed free of charge to pediatric hospitals in all 50 states.

THERE ARE MANY WAYS TO GET INVOLVED: • • • • • • •

Chemo Pal® Mentor: Become a trusted, caring friend to a child in treatment Hallway Harmonics: Bring your musical talents to Portland’s hospital hallways Events: Volunteer with friends to staff one of our many community events CCA House Parties: Team build with colleagues while helping a CCA-served family with home and cleaning projects Caring Cabin: Travel to the Coast with your corporate group and complete grounds maintenance projects to help our families have a more comfortable stay Packs of Joy / Hope for the Holidays: Support our kids and families during the the new school year or the holidays Share Your Day: Donate your birthday to CCA on Facebook

2,846

VOLUNTEERS DONATED 14,147 HOURS A VA LU E O F $ 3 4 1 ,5 0 9

48%

MORE VOLUNTEERS IN FY17

 F Y 16

F Y 17 I N CRE ASE

Learn more about volunteer opportunities by visiting JoyRx.org/Get-Involved, or e-mail Volunteer@JoyRx.org.

16 | We Prescribe Joy


It's easy to get people involved with CCA because I believe so much in the organization's mission and what you do for seriously ill kids and families. CCA is amazing and I really enjoy being a part of something bigger than my everyday life. JAYM I, CCA VO LU N TEER


Our Extraordinary Leaders CCA is grateful to the community leaders who comprise our Boards and champion our programs, giving generously of their time and talent to make good things possible for the children, teens, and families we serve. To learn more about leadership opportunities at CCA, visit www.JoyRx.org/About/Leadership.

B OA RD OF DI RECTOR S

AARON COOPER

ALBERT MENASHE

Innovation Expert Nike, Inc.

Attorney & Shareholder Gevurtz Menashe

Elected volunteer business and civic leaders with diverse backgrounds and decades of experience. They manage fiduciary responsibilities, budget and policy oversight, and strategic vision for the organization.

TIM COOPER

RON PENNER-ASH

Senior Vice President Brown & Brown Northwest Insurance

Winemaker & Owner Penner-Ash Wine Cellars

ANDREA CORRADINI

SERENE PERKINS, MD

Senior Director, Women’s NSW Footwear Nike, Inc.

Director of Surgical & Clinical Research, Legacy Research Institute Legacy Health

ANDY LYTLE Board Chair

JESSI DULEY

BOB PROFFITT

Founder & Instructor BurnCycle

President/COO Alpha Media

ANALIA EARHART

TOM SAND

JEFF PAUSTIAN Secretary/Treasurer

Community Leader & Philanthropist

Partner Miller Nash Graham & Dunn, LLP

Managing Director, Investments JGP Wealth Management Group of Wachovia Securities

Artist, Musician & Producer The Decemberists

PAUL GULICK Board Chair Emeritus (08-10)

Chief Operating Officer Portland Timbers

Division VP - Western US Jackson Family Wines

Co-Founder, In-Focus Founder, Clarity Visual Systems (Retired)

CLARE HAMILL Founding Board Chair (96-05) Vice President, Nike Growth Initiatives Nike, Inc.

REGINA ELLIS Founder & Chief Joy Officer Children’s Cancer Association

PETE BAKER VP, Software & Services Group GM, Platform Application & Engineering, Developer Relations Division Intel Corporation

CHRIS FUNK

MIKE GOLUB

JOHN GROTHE Head PGA Professional Willamette Valley Country Club

SHARON GUECK Portfolio Manager & Financial Planner Becker Capital

GRANT HAMMERSLEY CEO Opus Events Agency

TRICIA HECHT-GLAD First Vice President Hecht Group

SCOTT HIX Founder & Managing Partner TargetPath

SCOTT BURTON Director of Revenue Management & Portfolio Positioning Cambia Health Solutions

MARK BYRUM Owner & Operator Urban Restaurant Group

ROSEMARY COLLIVER General Counsel Head of Legal & Business Affairs LAIKA, Inc.

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Global Chief Marketing Officer POSSIBLE

ALLISON CLARKE Co-Chair

SONJA STEVES

President Allison Clarke Consulting

SVP of Human Resources Legacy Health

JASON WERTS

KRISTIN MINTO Co-Chair

COO Unitus

Surgical Territory Manager Straumann

DARA WILK

JOHN POWERS Co-Chair

Management Consulting The Wilk Group

CLIFF ELLIS Honorary Board Member Co-Founder Children’s Cancer Association

F O UNDAT IO N BOA RD

Real Estate Broker, PDX Property Group at Keller Williams Realty

MARK AALTO Branch Manager, Senior Loan Officer Summit Funding, Inc.

CEDRIC BERRY

TIM PHILLIPS Foundation Chair

ED DOMINION

DREW KLONSKY

CEO, Phillips & Company

President D6, Inc.

Innovation Director Farenheit 212

PAUL GULICK

JASON DREWS

MACIE HOUSE

Professional Basketball Player (Retired)

Senior Therapeutic Specialty Consultant Pfizer Oncology

Managing Director Baird

Owner/President (w)here inc.

STEVE BLAKE

CS SHEFFIELD Co-Chair

Agency Owner State Farm Insurance

PAUL HOGAN Principal Jesuit High School

Partner Barran Liebman, LLP

These collaborative partners lend their talent, passion, and experience to raise awareness of the mission and goals of CCA. We are made stronger through their leadership and engagement in brand, fundraising, programs, and relationship building.

Our foundation leaders steward, manage, inspire and invest vital capital for the benefit of CCA’s long-term sustainability.

SUZANN BARICEVIC MURPHY

PAULA BARRAN

JOHN SIMPSON

A M BA S S A D OR BOA RD

PETER KWONG Audit Shareholder & Director of Assurance & Advisory Perkins & Co

SCOTT LAWRENCE Founder Breakside Brewery

MATT LOUNSBURY CEO/COO Free Public

SUMAN MALEMPATI, MD Associate Professor, Department of Pediatrics, Division of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Doernbecher Children’s Hospital OHSU

Co-Founder, In-Focus Founder, Clarity Visual Systems (Retired)

CLARE HAMILL Vice President, Nike Growth Initiatives Nike, Inc.

REGINA ELLIS

OCEAH CLARK-KASPERZYK Director of New Business Obility, Inc.

Lead Financial Consultant Thrivent Financial

KRISTIN DUVAL Employee Benefits Consultant DDI Benefits

KIMBERLY FALISEC

Founder & Chief Joy Officer Children’s Cancer Association

Expert Realtor, Team Lead The Kimberly Group Keller Williams Sunset Corridor

ANDY DELAPORTE

JOY FOWLER

Broadcast Executive

VP, Diversity Program Manager Associate Relations Department Umpqua Bank

MIKE GILLIS Project Manager R&H Construction


ROB GLOECKNER General Manager Beynon Sports Surfaces

COREY HANSON Executive News Director FOX 12

LISA HYNES VP, Provider Network Contracting, Operations & Strategy Trillium Community Health Plan & Health Net Health Plan of Oregon, Inc.

JOSH JOHNSTON Co-Owner Independent Restaurant Concepts

ADAM KELLY Assistant General Counsel Columbia Sportswear

ANNA KIMMEL Principal Finley Grace Design

PATRICK MCCABE Tournament Director Lagardere Sports

KIM MCCLASKEY On-Premise VP - Oregon Southern Glazers Wine & Spirits, LLC

LAURA MILLER RN Manager/Clinic Operations Manager Doernbecher Children’s Hospital

JENIFER NELLES Local/Regional Partner Consultant Standard Insurance Company

PATRICK NEWSOM Community Leader

CARA NOLAN

KARIS STOUDAMIREPHILLIPS Community Affairs & Corporate Responsibility Moda Health

KELLIE VAVROSKY Chief Financial Officer Kennedy/Jenks Consultants

ZACK WALLACE Senior Director of Development & Campaign Operations Pacific University

President/Designer Amato Design, Inc.

TODD HALL Commercial Manager GE Healthcare

CORY MAHAFFEY Managing Partner Northwestern Mutual

J OY SQUAD Young professionals who are with us every step of the way, participating in our events, programs, and fundraisers and connecting us to new friends.

ASHLEY MCMULLEN Philanthropy Chair Associate Brand Manager Nike, Inc.

DIANE SCHNEIDER

MEGHAN HARVEY Service Chair

AMANDA SHEBIEL Senior Director Creative Operations Tommy Bahama

JEFF SMITH Disability & Productivity Consultant The Standard

SABRINA SNOW Vice President Washington Trust Bank

ASHLEY STANFORD CONE Public & Community Relations Consultant Randall Children’s Hospital at Legacy Health

TOMI LESH

AT L A RG E

Operations Project Manager US Bank

President/Head Coach Bridge City Paddling Club

National/Political Sales Coordinator KPTV/KPDX FOX 12

HANS MATTHEY

Mortgage Specialist Directors Mortgage

JEREMY SHATTUCK

KIRA KING

GABBIE LINDEMAN

MALLORY PILCHER

Packaging Consultant TricorBraun

Administrative Fellow Legacy Health

Assistant VP & Director of Sales Lawyers Title Insurance Corporation

BRYCE AMATO

Senior Mortgage Loan Officer Guild Mortgage

JENNIFER AGUILAR Client Experience Robert W. Baird & Co.

MEREDITH BEDRICK Speech-Language Pathologist Beaverton School District

SARAH BERGER Senior Account Representative Nike, Inc.

MICHAEL CALHOUN Founder Norjack

LINNEA CORNISH Recruiter/Generalist Tuality Community Hospital

ROB STONE Co-CEO cornerstone/The FADER

YUSUF GODIL

Critical Care Nurse Portland VA Medical Center

MIKE WORTHINGTON Chair

CHRISTINA REYES

Director, Corporate Development & Investor Relations FLIR Systems

DENISE WILSON

Senior Associate - Brokerage CBRE, Inc. Marketing Events Director Stumptown Coffee Roasters

JAY GENTZKOW

Recruiter, Air Manufacturing Innovation Nike, Inc. Project Manager Perlo Construction

JESSICA MCDONALD Project Administrator GreenWood Resources

ANNELISE MOSS Financial Planning Associate Becker Capital

CHRISTOPHER ATLAS Senior Vice President Head of Urban Marketing Warner Bros.

RYAN BUKSTEIN VP of Brand Ace Hotel Group

NICHOL CARLSON Director of Strategic Partnerships Charitybuzz

JULIEN CAHN VP Chief Marketing Officer Converse

DANIEL CHERRY III Chief Marketing & Innovation Officer Prudential Center & New Jersey Devils

JON COHEN Co-CEO cornerstone/The FADER

ANDY COHN

LUCAS MOTTA

President & Publisher The FADER

Senior Manager - Business Development Beaver Sports Properties

GEOFF COTTRILL

KARA MUMMA

CHARLIE DOUGIELLO

Realtor Cascade Sotheby's International Realty

Partner The Door

ANDREA FAIRCHILD

VITTAL PATEL

President Kobe Inc.

Associate Attorney Wiles Law Group, LLC

SARAH ROSS Customer Experience Consultant The Standard

MEGHAN SCHEMMEL Business Systems Analyst Blount International, Inc.

ARVIN TICZON End User Services Recruiter TEKsystems

MYM US ICRX® CH A M P IO NS

Community Leader

CHRIS FUNK Musician, Artist & Producer The Decemberists

L. CAMILLE HACKNEY EVP of Brand Partnerships/ Commercial Licensing & Head of Global Brand Partnerships Council Atlantic Records/WMG

JOY HOWARD Chief Marketing Officer Sonos Inc.

LIANA HUTH VP Programming Innovation Entercom

Leaders and executives from media companies, global consumer brands, and the music industry who provide strategic insights and connections that make our flagship music medicine program possible.

MATT LOUNSBURY

CLARE HAMILL Champions Chair

BETSY WHITNEY

Vice President Nike Growth Initiatives, Nike, Inc.

CEO/COO Free Public

SEANN MCKEEL Creator/Director YOU WHO! Rock Show for Kids

HEIDI O’NEILL President of Direct to Consumer Nike, Inc. Associate Director, Digital Marketing Columbia Records

KARINA WILSHER President Anomaly

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Our Generous FY17 Friends & Donors Donations from this compassionate group of individuals, corporations, estates, and foundations are catalysts of joy for thousands of families with seriously ill kids and teens.

I NDI V I DUA L $100,000+ Clare L. Hamill Andy and Mary Lytle

$50,000+ Sandy Bodecker

$20,000+ Mark and Johanna Aalto Barbara Banke Marsha Brockmeyer Andrea Corradini and David Brown Gay and Judith Davis Regina C. Ellis Grant and Heidi Hammersley Sean and Gretchen Keys Hilary Krane and Kelly Bulkeley Jeff and Malia Owens Ron and Lynn Penner-Ash Greg and Dorsey Rueck

$10,000+ Rita Duyn John and Analia Earhart Paul and Tasca Gulick Linda and Bill Hammersley James and Linda Heisler Jeffrey and Kristin Johnson Albert and Julie Menashe Erika and Rick Miller Curtis A. Mudd and Gary St. John Patrick and Heidi O'Neill William and Selma Pierce Manfred and Jerilyn Schosnig CS and Angela Sheffield Greg J. Vislocky Marcia and Robert Walsh Monte D. Wood and Kathleen Ellman

$5,000+ Pete and Jennifer Baker Cedric and Sarah Berry Grant and Megan Bilby Steve and Kristen Blake Toni and Brian Bronson Fred and Marion Buckman Sr. Megan and George Byrtek Mark and Carla Byrum Allison Clarke Rosemary Colliver and Frank Weiss Aaron and Megan Cooper 20 | We Prescribe Joy

Angela and David Dowling Wayne and Julie Drinkward Douglas Fieldhouse Margo and Dan Fowkes Rob Gloeckner Abby Guyer and Eric Peet Tige and Peggy Harris Ira and Anita Hermann Martha Hodgkinson Jeanne Jackson Todd S. Jessup Jeff and Brooke Jetton Hannah Jones Gary and Patti Lukas Shawn Menashe Kimberly Miller Amy and Peter Montagne Barbara and Christopher Nelson Rob Olsen John Powers Jr. Jeff and Victoria Sanders Mark and Tracy Sepulveda John and Michelle Simpson Thomas and Mardi Spitzer Michael and Carrie Tarbell Greg and Cholee Thompson Rick Tigner Elizabeth M. Weldon and Kurt Parker Marilyn Weston Dan and Priscilla Wieden

CO RP O RATE $100,000+ Anomaly Cornerstone Promotion and The FADER Google

$50,000+ Converse Finley Grace Design Pandora Media Regence BlueCross BlueShield of Oregon WinCo Foods Portland

$20,000+ ABRA Auto Body & Glass Alchemy Brewers Association glassybaby white light fund Jackson Family Enterprises Nike, Inc. Portland ADI Corp (Papa Murphy's) Portland Trail Blazers R & H Construction Saatchi & Saatchi The Business Planning Group

The Standard The TJX Companies, Inc. Too Many Sneakers, Inc.

$10,000+ Alaska Airlines Beaverton Toyota Billboard Bob's Auto Cafe Cascade Tree Farm Cascadian Landscapers Charitybuzz Cigna Group Insurance Davidson Benefits Planning Dick Hannah Dealerships Gibson Give With Liberty Kaiser Permanente Lagunitas Brewing Co Legacy Health Milan Stoneworks OHSU Pietro's Restaurant Group, Inc. Reliable Credit Skanska USA Building Inc Southern Wine & Spirits The Crandall Group The Imaging Alliance YourCause, LLC Trustee for Standard Insurance

$5,000+ Ace Hotel Acme Scenic & Display Active Water Sports Aruba Networks Barran Liebman Becker Capital Management Bridge City Paddling Club Brown & Brown Northwest Campbell Global, LLC Community Health Charities Doug Fir Lounge Elmer's - Clackamas Elmer's Restaurants Incorporated Emgage Ernst & Young Eventbrite Flying Pie Pizza Fortis Construction Genentech Graphic Arts Building LLC Hard Rock Cafe International Health Net of Oregon Holly Hunt JB ColoringBrush Painting LLC JGP Wealth Management Group

JT Smith Companies Kaiser Permanente Community Giving Campaign Laika Inc Madison Furniture Mountainview Staging Services Nordstrom Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Oregon Ballet Theatre Pacific Office Automation Paddy's Bar & Grill Patrick Lamb Productions, LLC Pearl Catering Penner-Ash Wine Cellars Platt Electric Portland Timbers Prestige Senior Living Rose City Comic Con Round Up Golf Charity Stoel Rives, LLP Stumptown Coffee Roasters Sunset Lanes Sysco Portland Truett Hurst Unitus Community Credit Union Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program (w)here Real Estate Zupan's Markets

F O UNDAT ION $20,000+ Anonymous Hayes Family Foundation M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust Spirit Mountain Community Fund The Boedecker Family Foundation The Eranda Rothschild Foundation The Flying Dutchman Foundation

$10,000+ Anonymous B.P. Lester & Regina John Foundation Community Foundation Sonoma County Genentech Foundation John J Zupan Foundation Juan Young Trust


NAILBA Charitable Foundation OCF Joseph E. Weston Public Foundation Oregon Community Foundation (OCF) The Anjulicia Foundation Edward and Romell Ackley Foundation Reser Family Foundation Vital Life Foundation

$5,000+ Henry Lea Hillman, Jr. Foundation Hampton Family Foundation of OCF Invest in Others Charitable Foundation IDEX Foundation McCrea Foundation Newman's Own Foundation Rick and Carol Terrell Charitable Fund of OCF Rite Aid Foundation The Brandaw Family Foundation The Kilroy Family Fund Von Arx Family Foundation William C. & Jani E. McCormick Family Foundation

$2,500+ Cannon Family Foundation Donald D. Hammill Foundation Jackson Foundation Pacific Power Foundation RBC Wealth Management

$1,000+ Anonymous Safeway Foundation Demorest Family Foundation Douglas & Gloria Rumberger Foundation Frank and Margaret Bitar Foundation Mentor Graphics Foundation Shapira Foundation Fosseen Foundation Holzman Foundation Tim and Mary Boyle Charitable Trust

$100,000+ (LIFETIME)

IN D IVID UAL Sandy Bodecker Marsha Brockmeyer Andrea Corradini and David Brown

Gay and Judith Davis Regina C. Ellis Paul and Tasca Gulick Clare L. Hamill Andy and Mary Lytle Arlene Malcom Frederic and Cynthia Martin Jeffrey and Malia Owens Tim and Kristen Phillips Dorsey and Greg Rueck CS and Angela Sheffield Junki and Linda Yoshida

CO RP O RAT E Anomaly Columbia Distributing Converse Cornerstone Promotion and The FADER Dick Hannah Dealerships Entercom Forward Motion FOX 12 GOLIGHTLY Films Google Health Net, Inc. Herman Miller Holland & Knight Legacy Health Nike, Inc. PacificSource Health Plans Pfizer Foundation

Portland ADI Corp (Papa Murphy's) Portland Trail Blazers Regence BlueCross BlueShield of Oregon The Business Planning Group The Standard Thrivent Financial

F O UNDATI ON The Shapira Foundation The Edward and Romell Ackley Foundation The Eranda Rothschild Foundation Genentech Foundation Juan Young Trust M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust Marie Lamfrom Charitable Foundation Maybelle Clark Macdonald Fund Meyer Memorial Trust Spirit Mountain Community Fund Vancouver Rotary Foundation

SOCIETY 5 CCA's Investment circle fuels innovation, mission delivery, and sustainable growth. Contact us to find out how you can become a part of Society 5. Regina C. Ellis

Clare L. Hamill

Ron & Lynn Penner-Ash

Byrum Family

Andy & Mary Lytle

Rob Gloeckner

Rosemary Colliver and Frank Weiss Suzann Baricevic Murphy

LEGACY OF JOY These friends have generously included CCA in their financial planning through bequests, charitable trusts, insurance policies, or retirement plans. They have a lasting legacy that will impact thousands of lives of seriously ill children and their families when they need more than medicine. Marsha Brockmeyer

Clare L. Hamill

Larry and Elizabeth Volchok

Scott and Sam Burton

Zachary and Kristin Krahmer

Rene Zingarelli

Gay and Judi Davis

Andy and Mary Lytle

Marnie Davis

Suzanne Moll

Cliff Ellis

Janice Phillips

Regina Ellis

Tim and Kristen Phillips

Jacqueline Gallo

Dwayne and Merritt Richardson

Paul and Tasca Gulick

In Memoriam Estate of Desmond Connor Estate of Richard Seidel Estate of Viola Lee Howe

There are many ways you, your organization, foundation, or company can get involved at CCA. To find out more about estate planning, monthly giving, corporate gift matching, or program and event sponsorship, contact Courtney Jenkins, Senior Director of Philanthropy & Strategic Alliances, at CJenkins@JoyRx.org or (503) 200-5122. Ready to make a contribution? Visit JoyRx.org/Donate

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Introducing CCA's Legal Alliance CCA’s Legal Alliance is a powerful network of expert firms and counselors who provide on-call, pro bono legal resources to CCA. The Legal Alliance reviews and guides CCA on management protocols, risk oversight, best practice policies in labor and employment, corporate governance and compliance, intellectual property licensing and brand protection, privacy and security, real estate, and estate planning and bequests.

LE GAL ALL IA NCE M EM BERS & F IRM S RO S EM A RY COLLIV ER, G EN ERAL CO U N S EL, H EA D O F L EG AL & BU S IN ES S AFFAIRS , L AIK A , IN C.

Alliance Chair, Corporate Governance & Compliance BARRAN LIEBM AN LLP

Employment and Labor Law Matters F R A K N F UR T K U RN IT K LEIN + S ELZ PC (N EW YORK )

MyMusicRx Website & Privacy Issues G A RV EY S CHU BERT BARER

Land Use & Real Estate HOLL AN D & K N IG HT

Estate Planning M I L L ER N AS H G RAHAM & DU N N LLP

Corporate Law S TA N FO RD L AW S CHOO L CLIN IC JAY M I TC HELL, PROFES S O R O F L AW, DI R EC TO R , O RG AN IZATION S & TRAN S ACTIO N S CLIN IC

Corporate Governance & Compliance S TO EL RIV ES LLP

Trademarks, Intellectual Property, and Management of CCA Trademark Docket

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The Children’s Cancer Association crafts customized partnership strategies and aligns your company with leading technology, financial services, healthcare, and global consumer brands. Since 1995, our award winning programs have delivered joy to 324,010 children, teens, families, and caregivers as they fight pediatric cancer and other serious illness. We have raised $47M and invested $41M directly into our community by blending mission impact with business leadership and an organizational focus on creativity and innovation. E X PL OR E TH E P O S S I BI LITI E S: Contact Jenny O’Bryan, VP of Development (503) 200-5114 | JOBryan@JoyRx.org

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