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A Note From Our Founder You may know that there are many great organizations out there focusing on cancer research and on finding a cure. But what you might not know is that at the Children’s Cancer Association (CCA), we’re different. We’re not a chapter organization or the franchise of a national model. We’re a local organization, one that started around my kitchen table, 21 years ago, after my oldest daughter Alexandra died at age 5 ½. At CCA, we believe kids deserve long wonderful lives. Or at the very least, short wonderful lives. We know for certain, that for seriously ill children and their families, every moment is precious. So we focus on those moments, and how we can transform them with music, friendship, play, and resources – or quite simply, with JOY. JOY is in our DNA. It’s reflected on our balance sheets, in our business model, in our prescriptive programs, and in everything we do. And that’s pretty different. In fact, CCA is the only organization that is working to position JOY as best practice in pediatric healthcare settings across the nation and one day, around the world. CCA has been a labor of love for over 20 years. We are single-mindedly dedicated to providing kids with the most powerful joy experiences in the world. I encourage you to share any suggestions, comments, or ideas— I want to hear them all. Please feel free to contact me at: REllis@JoyRx.org (503) 244-3141 ReginaEllisSpeaks.com

In the past year alone, with your generous support, we have: • Delivered JOY to 21,806 seriously ill kids and their families 94,407 times • Raised $5,411,563 in total revenue • Launched our flagship MyMusicRx program at Boston Children’s Hospital, the #1 ranked pediatric hospital in the nation • Partnered with Legacy Research Institute on the first-ever clinical trial to measure the effects of live, customized music medicine on postoperative pediatric patients We are also proud to report that CCA has been recognized by GuideStar, the nation’s premier non-profit database, as a Platinum level charity for our strong commitment to fiscal health and transparency. Less than 0.5% of participating non-profits worldwide have achieved this special distinction. For 21 years CCA has been fueled by innovation and creativity, by our ability to think and act like a start-up, to create and deliver results-driven programs with measurable impacts that improve the quality of life for seriously ill children and teens. Without you, we couldn’t do this. You allow us, even expect us, to dream big, to stretch outside the comfort zone of what nonprofits are supposed to look like, to set goals so huge that we may not achieve them in my lifetime, or yours, but achieve them we will. Make no mistake, with the power of JOY, we are out to change the world. In Joy,

Regina Ellis Founder and Chief Joy Officer Children’s Cancer Association

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Celebration of Courage : CCA Heroes Each year, the Children’s Cancer Association proudly recognizes children and teens who have earned the admiration of our community for their endurance, perseverance, optimism, courage, and strength. This extraordinary group of CCA Heroes is honored before their friends and family at our annual Celebration of Courage, generously hosted by OMSI and emceed by FOX 12 anchor, Wayne Garcia. They are our Heroes in the truest sense; as they fight serious and terminal illnesses, we recognize their remarkable daily victories.

ASHER

CAOIMHE

ELIJAH

EMMA

JAYDEN

JOEVANNI

JORDYN

KEATON

NATHALIE

NICK

SIERRA

MATT

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2016 Financial Results + Mission Impact FISC AL YE AR 2016 : M AY 1 , 201 5 - APRIL 30, 2016

When seriously ill children, teens, and their families need more than medicine, CCA creates joy one moment at a time. In FY16, CCA provided free service and program interactions 94,407 times to children, teens, family members, and caregivers in more than 200 pediatric settings in all 50 states. This marks a

increase since last fiscal year.

FY15 : $3,542,618

FY16 : $4,305,202

Ending Net Assets

FY15 : $4,575,852

FY16 : $4,648,979

Total Expenses

FY15 : $4,907,711

FY16 : $5,411,563

Total Revenue

IN FY16

17%

WE HAD THE PRIVILEGE OF SERVING 21,806 KIDS, TEENS, AND FAMILY MEMBERS WHICH INCLUDES 6,334 INDIVIDUAL CHILDREN

9% Management $400,896 17% Fundraising $811,215 74% Programs $3,436,868

Donor contributions are the lifeblood of our organization; CCA receives no federal or state funding. For every dollar spent in FY16, 74 cents went directly to CCA programs. In FY16, CCA continued to invest in organizational best practices and building a strong infrastructure to fuel sustainable program growth, deepen mission impact, and expand service delivery. Expenses allocated to programs once again far exceeded the BBB Charity Accountability Standard requirements that a charity spend at least 65% of its total expenses on program activities.

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. CCA meets all 20 BBB Standards of Charity Accountability and was the first NW division nonprofit to be recognized as an Accredited Charity. CCA is proud to be recognized by GuideStar, the nation’s premier non-profit database, as a Platinum level charity for our strong commitment to fiscal health and transparency. Less than 0.5% of participating non-profits worldwide have achieved this special distinction.

Founder’s Letter 2016 Heroes Financial Snapshot

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A Look Back MyMusicRx® Chemo Pal® Mentor Program

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Caring Cabin Link Board List Donor List

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Power of 20 Volunteer Notes

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JoyRx Event Spotlight

In May 2015, we celebrated the courage and optimism of this year’s class of CCA Heroes at OMSI. Find out more at JoyRx.org/Spotlight/Category/Stories.

The 7th annual Children’s Pro-Am, led by CCA Board Member Grant Hammersley, raised over $230,000 this year! Participants in Bridge City Paddling’s annual Dawn to Dusk Benefit raised more than $45,000 for CCA by paddling dragon boats for 12 straight hours on the Willamette River.

MILES

PA D D L E D

864,000 STROKES 33,861

GUESTS

ATTENDED EVENTS

The Joy Squad’s inagural Joy Rocks event raised $26,000 and featured a 1920s theme, 35 auction packages, Jacob Miller and the Bridge City Crooners, with a special performance by Chris Funk.

6,552 CUPS

OF STUMPTOWN COFFEE

FUELED OUR STAFF 6

Welcome to the Wonderball! This year’s annual gala celebrated CCA’s 20th Birthday Party in style: complete with party hats, cake, New Orleans’ legendary PresHall Brass Band and the Rose City Rollers. Over 800 guests raised $1.1M to help CCA prescribe joy to seriously ill kids and teens.

Valentine’s Day for CCA, our annual on-air fundraiser, raised an incredible $742,000 for our programs of JoyRx. With generous support from our partners at FOX 12 and 105.1 The BUZZ (left, top), listeners and viewers were introduced to a few of our CCA-served kids and families and their incredible stories of joy, triumph, and courage.


MyMusicRx Event Spotlight

On February 19, 2016, with generous support from Converse, MyMusicRx proudly launched bedside service at Boston Children’s Hospital, the #1 ranked pediatric hospital in the nation. Launch day celebrations included performances from progressive folk trio Honeysuckle and GRAMMY nominated, two-time Parents Choice Gold Medal Winner Alastiar Moock. Moock’s daughter Clio who was treated at Boston Children’s Hospital/The Jimmy Fund for leukemia from 2012-2014 (she is doing fine now). As of April 30th MyMusicRx has delivered joyful music medicine experiences to more than 500 kids in Boston. Board members Ron and Lynn Penner-Ash generously hosted not one, not two, but three amazing benefits for MyMusicRx this past summer at their beautiful winery in Newberg, Oregon. These included an intimate wine blending experience, a sold-out dinner featuring Top Chefs Mei Lin, Doug Adams, and Gregory Gourdet as part of the International Pinot Noir Celebration, and a sunset concert from renowned musicians Bela Fleck and Abigail Washburn. Thank you Ron and Lynn!

On March 17, 2016, MyMusicRx, The FADER and Converse were proud to entertain hundreds of local moms, dads, and kids during the popular SXSW Music Festival in Austin, TX. Our 4th Annual You Who Rock Show for Kids featured a craft zone, giant owl mascots, breakfast tacos from Bon Appetit, and amazing live music from bands like Taco Cat, Cody Chesnutt, and Thao and The Get Down Stay Down. Special thanks to AirJamz, Reverend Guitars, and especially #ToyotaGiving for their incredible $50,000 donation to MyMusicRx.

Thirty craft food/beverage businesses across 62 locations in 10 states joined forces on Valentine’s Day 2016 to donate a percentage of their sales to fuel MyMusicRx program growth. Led by Stumptown Coffee Roasters, participating businesses like Voodoo Donuts (above left), The Country Cat Dinner House (above right), and Rudy’s Barbershop raised more than $25,000. 7


MyMusicRxÂŽ Two decades ago CCA began delivering the healing power of music to the bedsides of children and teens facing cancer and other serious illnesses. 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. MyMusicRx teams utilize state-of-the-art music carts stocked with teachingquality instruments for kids to explore, and iPads loaded with music games and apps. The program extends online at MyMusicRx.org, with exclusive artist greetings, concerts, music lessons, and curated content from across the web. Live, in-hospital concerts from national recording artists complete the MyMusicRx experience. Since 1995, MyMusicRx has served nearly 150,000 children, families, caregivers, and medical professionals. Our digital programs are available daily to 7,500 kids and teens in 25 pediatric hospitals across the country and growing.

BEDSIDE

FEATURING

20 MUSICIANS

10 WRITERS

16 KIDS + TEENS

& 137 MILLION

IMPRESSIONS PROVIDED 360 HOURS OF HALLWAY HARMONICS

25 HOSPITAL

PARTNERS NATIONWIDE

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“People underestimate the power of joy when you’re going through a difficult time. Joy makes us feel for that one moment like it’s just a normal day. Sure we’re in a hospital room, yes we might be hooked up to an IV, maybe we don’t have a lot of hair at that time, but we’re playing and we’re having fun, and we’re not thinking about what we are going through and it does make a difference.” Kim Seely Anna’s Mom

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Chemo Pal® Mentor Program CCA’s award-winning Chemo-Pal Mentor program gives kids a caring, trusted, adult friend to look forward to during treatments, and someone in their corner when they need it most. Our mentors play games, listen to music, share hobbies, or simply offer the comfort of companionship, relieving the anxiety, 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. Each year, CCA delivers the joy of friendship to approximately 240 Pacific Northwest children and teens. CCA Chemo Pal mentors are carefully screened, trained, and thoughtfully matched with families, including those with bilingual needs. Chemo Pal mentors and kids spend about 4 hours per month together, both in hospital and out in the community enjoying activities like sporting events, concerts, and craft and gaming nights. The average match lasts 12 months, or for the duration of a child’s treatment. CCA provides ongoing support and education for our frontline volunteers.

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FLYING PIE PIZZAS

FED OUR CHEMO PALS

AT SUPPORT & EDUCATION TRAININGS

98 KIDS & TEENS CELEBRATED GRADUATION

FROM TREATMENT 10


“Dustin and Draven (above) are a perfect fit. Chemotherapy doesn’t slow Draven down. He is a bundle of energy and loves to run around Randall Children’s Hospital at Legacy Emanuel. Dustin is a cross country and track coach so he can keep up! The two instantly bonded over their love of dinosaurs and superheroes.” Kacy Smerke CCA Program Manager

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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 once-in-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. About 40 friends and family members visit CCA’s beautiful Caring Cabin hideaway on the Oregon Coast in a typical month. This free adventure helps restore the energy and hope kids need to battle their illness over the long haul. CCA’s Caring Cabin was built in 2006 with the love and dedication of friends, foundations, and businesses that donated nearly one million dollars in cash, goods and services, and even the land itself. Over 4,000 family members have visited since we first opened the Caring Cabin’s doors.

96 SUNSETS WITNESSED OVER THE PACIFIC OCEAN

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“The house helped create memories that will last forever. We have never stayed in a house as grand as the Caring Cabin. To read all of the prior guests’ notes, and look at all the rocks left by kids before us, created mixed emotions. It was very hard to read and see, but also very joyous.” Rebekah Gandy Thomas’ Mom

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Link CCA’s Link program takes the profound emotional and financial hardships of a pediatric illness diagnosis head on, engaging a network of caring people and organizations to provide families with essential needs assistance and support. Some of that assistance has included bathroom renovations for wheelchair accessibility; gas cards, new tires, and car repairs to safely transport families to medical treatments; new roofs, furnaces, and hot water heaters; holiday gift support; and special wishes not met by other organizations. Link provides essential resources and tailored support to nearly 1,000 Pacific Northwest children and their family members annually. Since Link’s inception in 1999, we’ve had the privilege of delivering joy to nearly 8,000 individuals, more than 14,000 times.

960

INDIVIDUALS

FROM 192 FAMILIES

CREATED MOMENTS OF JOY FOR KIDS, TEENS, & FAMILIES

SERVED BY LINK IN FY16

42,079 AIRLINE MILES

FOR 9 FAMILIES

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FAMILIES RECEIVED

LIVING SITUATION IMPROVEMENTS & REPAIRS

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108

FAMILIES RECEIVED

ESSENTIAL NEEDS

FAMILY

MEMBERS

RECEIEVED

$56,000 IN GIFTS

THROUGH HOPE FOR THE HOLIDAYS


“The ability to travel freely is something a lot of us take for granted—we forget the magic inherent in it all. For a family in crisis to be able to hug, smile, laugh, or even cry together when they might otherwise be left so many miles away is a simple gesture. Enabling that togetherness is extremely gratifying to me.” Generous CCA Friend & Donor

Two-year-old, Aayan, and his mom, Modinat, spent last December in a Portland hospital while Aayan recovered from a bone marrow transplant. Thanks to a generous donor, our Link program was able to fly Aayan’s dad and two siblings to be at his bedside just in time for Christmas.

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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. B OA RD OF DI RECTOR S ANDY LYTLE Board Chair

KATHERINE DURHAM

TOM SAND

MIKE GILLIS

Vice President, Individual Disability Insurance and Corporate Marketing & Communications The Standard

Partner Miller Nash Graham & Dunn LLP

Project Manager R&H Construction

JOHN SIMPSON

ROB GLOECKNER

Global Chief Marketing Officer POSSIBLE

General Manager Beynon Sports Surfaces

SONJA STEVES

COREY HANSON

SVP of Human Resources Legacy Health

FOX News 12 Director KPTV 12

DARA WILK

LISA HYNES

Management Consulting The Wilk Group

Director, Provider Contracting Health Net Health Plan of Oregon

CLIFF ELLIS

ADAM KELLY

Honorary Board Member Co-Founder Children’s Cancer Association

Attorney Columbia Sportswear

F O UNDAT IO N BOA RD

Principal Finley Grace Design

TIM PHILLIPS Foundation Chair

Networking Sales Manager Aruba Networks

CEO, Phillips & Company

PATRICK MCCABE

PAUL GULICK

Tournament Director Lagardere Sports

Division Vice President Western US Jackson Family Wines

ANALIA EARHART

PAUL GULICK Board Chair Emeritus (08-10)

Artist, Musician, Producer The Decemberists/Black Prairie

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

JEFF PAUSTAIN Secretary/Treasurer Managing Director, Investments JGP Wealth Management Group of Wachovia Securities

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

REGINA ELLIS Founder & Chief Joy Officer

Community Leader & Philanthropist

CHRIS FUNK

MIKE GOLUB Chief Operating Officer Portland Timbers

JOHN GROTHE Head PGA Professional Willamette Valley Country Club

SHARON GUECK Portfolio Manager & Financial Planner Becker Capital

GRANT HAMMERSLEY CEO Opus Events Agency

SCOTT HIX

Children’s Cancer Association

Co-Founder SOL REPUBLIC

PETE BAKER

PAUL HOGAN

Vice President Software & Services Group Intel Corporation

Principal Jesuit High School

PAULA BARRAN

Vice President NW Capital Management

Partner Barran Liebman LLP

MACIE HOUSE

TODD JESSUP

SCOTT BURTON

Financial Services Executive

Director of Community and Business Relations Regence BlueCross BlueShield of Oregon

DREW KLONSKY

MARK BYRUM Owner & Operator Urban Restaurant Group

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

AARON COOPER Innovation Expert Nike, Inc.

TIM COOPER Senior Vice President Brown & Brown Northwest

ANDREA CORRADINI Senior Director Multi Sportstyle Footwear Nike, Inc.

Founder, +Citizen Inc. Entrepreneur

MATT LOUNSBURY Vice President Stumptown Coffee Roasters

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

ALBERT MENASHE

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

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

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

A M BA S S A DO R BOA RD CS SHEFFIELD Co-Chair Senior Therapeutic Specialty Consultant Pfizer Oncology

ALLISON CLARKE Co-Chair President Allison Clarke Consulting

JOHN POWERS Co-Chair

Attorney & Shareholder Gevurtz Menashe

Real Estate Broker, Keller Williams CEO of Thrive Realty Group

SUZANN MURPHY

KRISTIN MINTO Co-Chair

Owner/President (w)here inc.

RON PENNER-ASH

Surgical Territory Manager Straumann

Winemaker & Owner Penner-Ash Wine Cellars

ED DOMINION

Broadcast Executive

SERENE PERKINS, MD

BILL DOLAN

President D6 Inc.

Senior Philanthropic Advisor Charitable Services Group, US Bank

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

JESSI DULEY

BOB PROFFITT

ANDY DELAPORTE

Founder & Instructor BurnCycle

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President/COO Alpha Media

KRISTIN DUVAL Employee Benefits Consultant DDI Benefits

ROB ESPENEL Managing Partner Thrivent Financial Services

ANNA KIMMEL

CLAYTON KNECHTGES

KIM MCCLASKEY On Premise Director Southern Wine & Spirits Oregon

JENIFER NELLES Local/Regional Partner Consultant Standard Insurance Company

PATRICK NEWSOM Director of Sustainability and Energy Management Nike, Inc.

CARA NOLAN Senior Associate - Brokerage CBRE, Inc.

ERIK OLIVERSON Managing Director Value Management Tax Practice KPMG

JEREMY SHATTUCK President/Head Coach Bridge City Paddling Club

AMANDA SHEBIEL Global Brand Design Studio Director Nike, Inc.

SABRINA SNOW Vice President Washington Trust Bank

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

KARIS STOUDAMIREPHILLIPS Community Affairs & Corporate Responsibility Moda Health


NANCY TARABOCHIA-HART

MEREDITH BEDRICK

Oregon/SW Washington Area Executive First Citizens Bank

Speech-Language Pathologist Beaverton School District

KELLIE VAVROSKY Financial Executive for Growth

Senior Account Representative Nike, Inc.

MAEGAN VIDAL

JAY GENTZKOW

Physician Outreach Liaison Randall Children’s Hospital at Legacy Emanuel

Director, Corporate Development & Investor Relations FLIR Systems

MEGHAN SCHEMMEL

ZACK WALLACE

YUSUF GODIL

LAUREN SHICK

Senior Director of Development & Campaign Operations Pacific University

SCOTT WORK Community Leader

AT L ARGE BRYCE AMATO President/Designer Amato Design Inc.

TODD HALL Commercial Manager GE Healthcare

CORY MAHAFFEY Managing Partner Northwestern Mutual

JOY S QUA D MIKE WORTHINGTON Chair Mortgage Specialist Directors Mortgage

ASHLEY MCMULLEN Philanthropy Chair Associate Brand Manager Nike, Inc.

MEGHAN HARVEY Service Chair Senior Mortgage Loan Officer Guild Mortgage

SARAH BERGER

Administrative Fellow Legacy Health

KIRA KING National/Political Sales Coordinator KPTV/KPDX Fox12

TOMI LESH Critical Care Nurse Portland VA Medical Center

GABBIE LINDEMAN

Client Experience Robert W. Baird & Co.

ANDY COHN

Customer Experience Consultant The Standard

President & Publisher The FADER

DAN SCHEINMAN

GEOFF COTTRILL

Sales Manager, Corporate Partnerships Portland Trail Blazers Business Systems Analyst Blount International, Inc. Classroom Teacher Beaverton School District

KATE SINES Medical Student OHSU

MYM US ICRX® CH A M P IO NS

Staffing Manager Therapists Unlimited

CLARE HAMILL Champions Chair

JESSICA MCDONALD Administrative Assistant GreenWood Resources

Vice President Nike Growth Initiatives, Nike, Inc.

ALEXANDRIA MCKINLEY

ROB STONE

Client Services Coordinator The Medical Resource Network, Inc.

KAITLYN MORRELL Manager of Support Services Legacy Mt. Hood Medical Center

LUCAS MOTTA Senior Manager - Business Development Beaver Sports Properties

MELISSA OWENS Jewelry Designer, Owner Embassy of Life PDX

LINNEA PINTO Recruiter Tuality Community Hospital

CHRISTINA REYES JENNIFER AGUILAR

SARAH ROSS

Operations Project Manager US Bank

Co-CEO cornerstone/The FADER

CHRISTOPHER ATLAS

President MullenLowe Boston

ANDREA FAIRCHILD President Kobe Inc.

CHRIS FUNK Artist, Musician, Producer The Decemberists / Black Prairie

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

SCOTT HIX Co-Founder SOL REPUBLIC

LIANA HUTH Entertainment Industry Executive

JED LEWIS Global Music Marketing Director Converse

MATT LOUNSBURY Vice President Stumptown Coffee Roasters

SEANN MCKEEL

SVP of Marketing DefJam Records

Creator/Director You Who Rock Show for Kids

RYAN BUKSTEIN

HEIDI O’NEILL

Director of PR and Marketing Ace Hotel Group

VP, Women’s Fitness Nike, Inc.

NICHOL CARLSON

IAN STEWART

Director of Strategic Partnerships CHARITYBUZZ

VP Global Marketing Converse

DANIEL CHERRY III

BETSY WHITNEY

Chief Marketing & Innovation Officer Prudential Center & New Jersey Devils

Associate Director, Digital Marketing Columbia Records

JON COHEN

KARINA WILSHER

Co-CEO cornerstone/The FADER

President Anomaly

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Our Generous FY16 Friends & Donors Donations from this compassionate group of individuals, foundations, corporations, and events are catalysts for joy for thousands of families with seriously ill children and teens. $ 1 00,000+ ( L IFETI ME) INDIVIDUAL Gay and Judith Davis Paul and Tasca Gulick Clare L. Hamill Andy and Mary Lytle Arlene Malcom Frederic and Cynthia Martin Herman Miller Jeffrey and Malia Owens Tim and Kristen Phillips Dorsey and Greg Rueck CS and Angela Sheffield Junki and Linda Yoshida CORPORATE Anomaly Columbia Distributing Converse Cornerstone Promotion and the FADER Dick Hannah Dealerships Entercom Forward Motion Fox 12 Oregon GOLIGHTLY Films Google Health Net, Inc. Holland & Knight Nike, Inc. PacificSource Health Plans Portland ADI Corp (Papa Murphy’s) Portland Trail Blazers The Business Planning Group The Standard Thrivent Mutual Funds FOUNDATION The Anne and Eli Shapira Charitable Foundation The Edward and Romell Ackley Foundation The Eranda 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 18

ESTATE Estate of Desmond Connor Estate of Viola Lee Howe

$1 00,000+ INDIVIDUAL Clare L. Hamill CORPORATE Anomaly Cornerstone Promotion and the FADER Entercom Fox 12 Oregon Google Nike, Inc. Thrivent Mutual Funds FOUNDATION M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust ESTATE Estate of Viola Lee Howe EVENT Children’s Pro-AM Grant Hammersley Four Days Fore Kids Gay Davis Nike Men Vs. Women Summer Car Raffle Valentine’s Day for CCA Wonderball Gala

John and Analia Earhart Bill and Linda Hammersley Delbert and Sandra Hayes Chris and Debra Hornbecker Jeff and Lisa Longtain Jeffrey and Malia Owens CS and Angela Sheffield Brad and Katharine Stoffer CORPORATE Alchemy Brewers Association All American Hearing The Business Planning Group Commercial Association of Brokers The Craig Reger Group at Keller Williams Realty Dick Hannah Dealerships Penner-Ash Wine Cellars Portland Trail Blazers The Standard Southern Wine & Spirits FOUNDATION B.P. Lester and Regina John Foundation Eranda Rothschild Foundation Maybelle Clark Macdonald Fund EVENT

Converse Regence BlueCross BlueShield of Oregon

Bedstock Dawn to Dusk Get Inspired Luncheon Holiday Ale Festival Joy Rocks Kadel’s Auto Body, an ABRA Company, Golf Tournament Live from the Heart: Winery Edition Walk for Joy

EVENT

$ 10,000+

Keys to our Heart Car Raffle

INDIVIDUAL

$2 0,000+

Dan and Kimberly Agnew Kelly Bulkeley and Hilary Krane Scott and Rochelle Carr Tim and Tammy Cooper John and Laura Davidson Gay and Judith Davis

$50,000+ INDIVIDUAL Andy and Mary Lytle CORPORATE

INDIVIDUAL Marsha Brockmeyer Sandy Bodecker David Brown & Andrea Corradini

Edward and Susan Dominion Charlie and Kristin Dunn Phil and Angie Fogg Steve and Lisa Fogg Paul and Tasca Gulick Grant and Heidi Hammersley Tinker and Jackie Hatfield Bradley and Judy Johnson Elise Lynch Harry Murphy and Suzann Baricevic-Murphy Tim and Kristen Phillips Bud and Selma Pierce Dorsey and Greg Rueck Jeffreyand Victoria Sanders Manfred and Jerilyn Schosnig Thomas and Sandra Swinford Greg J. Vislocky CORPORATE Acme Scenic & Display Alaska Airlines Davidson Benefits Planning Give with Liberty Graphic Arts Building LLC Jackson Family Enterprises KeyBank Onesource Office Interiors, Inc. Pandora Media Pearl Catering Pietro’s Restaurant Group, Inc. POSSIBLE Prometheus Global Media LLC Randall Children’s Hospital at Legacy Emanuel Reliable Credit Stumptown Coffee Roasters United Way of the Columbia-Willamette FOUNDATION The Shapira Foundation Genentech Foundation Juan Young Trust Kaiser Foundation Pfizer Foundation The Reser Family Foundation Robert D. and Marcia H. Randall Charitable Trust Vital Life Foundation


EVENT Genentech and the Portland Trail Blazers Block Out Cancer Program The Governor’s Ball with Patrick Lamb Portland Marathon SxSW

$ 5,000+ INDIVIDUAL Frank and Carol Barsotti Richard and Maureen Benziger Grant and Joan Brandaw George and Megan Byrtek Mark Byrum Paul and Megan Cameron JJ Cichoke Allison Clarke Steve and Carolyn Conroy Norm and Rickie Daniels Keith Dubanevich John O. Dunkin Regina Ellis Doug Fish and Michelle DeCourcy Randall and Lois Fowkes John and Emma Gilleland Rob Gloeckner David and Heather Howitt Todd S. Jessup James E. John and Craig Hartzman

Sean and Gretchen Keys Kurt Kujovich and Sabina Teshler Daniel Kupper Mark and Linda Lanctot Corey Lohman Justin and Tara Lyon William and Jani McCormick Harry Murphy and Suzanne Baricevic-Murphy Brett and Tambi Nasinec Patrick and Heidi O’Neill Kurt Parker and Elizabeth M. Weldon Vince and Lorraine Piscitello Raghunath Raghavan and Lakshi Jagannathan Craig and Annemarie Reger Patrick Seehafer Matthew and Michelle Shelley Darin and May Shelstad Brad and Katharine Stoffer Michael and Carrie Tarbell Rick and Carol Terrell Bryn Torkelson Dirk-Jan and Jopie van Hameren Kevin and Heather Vandenbrink Michael Wilson and Stella N. Voreas Edward and Donna Welsh Marilyn Weston Michael and Kendra Zupan

CORPORATE

FOUNDATION

Brown & Brown Northwest Cigna Group Insurance Community Health Charities D6 Inc Doernbecher Children’s Hospital Doug Fir Lounge Flying Pie Pizza Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz Gateway Express, Inc Genentech Health Net Health Plan of Oregon Jackson Family Wines – Cambria Winery Live Nation Worldwide Macadam Forbes Micropump OnPoint Community Credit Union Pacific Lumber and Shipping Paddy’s Bar & Grill Perkins & Company R & H Construction Revolutions Per Minute Ticket Tomato Vision Capital Management, Inc. (w)here Real Estate Yelp Inc

Acme Bader Community Fund Agnew Family Foundation Anonymous IDEX Foundation Million Dollar Round Table Foundation Newman’s Own Foundation OCF Joseph E. Weston Public Foundation Rick and Carol Terrell Charitable Fund OCF The Rite Aid Foundation USG Foundation EVENT Artists 4 Life Paddy’s St. Patrick’s Celebration WinCo Foods Portland Open

CCA Founders’ Society 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

Paul and Tasca Gulick

Janice Phillips

In Memoriam

Gay and Judi Davis

Clare L. Hamill

Tim and Kristen Phillips

Estate of Desmond Connor

Cliff Ellis

Zachary and Kristin Krahmer

Sandy Farmer

Regina Ellis

Andy and Mary Lytle

Dwayne and Merritt Richardson

Jacqueline Gallo

Suzanne Moll

Larry and Elizabeth Volchok

Estate of Viola Lee Howe

Rene Zingarelli

Many Ways to Give There are many ways you, your organization, foundation, or company can get involved at CCA. Find out more about estate planning, monthly giving, corporate gift matching, or program and event sponsorship by contacting Courtney Jenkins, CCA’s Senior Director of Philanthropy & Strategic Alliances, at CJenkins@JoyRx.org or (503) 200-5115. Ready to make a contribution? Give online at JoyRx.org/Donate 19


Thank You Power of 20 Investors CCA’s innovative, free-of-charge programsleverage the power of music, friendship, play, and resources to create transformative moments of joy for seriously ill children and their families. Thank you for believing #JoyMatters.

B.P. Lester and Regina John Foundation

Alchemy Brewers Association

Sandy Bodecker

All American Hearing

Marsha Brockmeyer

BPG Wealth Management LLC

Andrea Corradini and David Brown

Converse

Gay and Judi Davis

Maybelle Clark MacDonald Fund

The Craig Reger Realty Group

John and Analia Earhart

M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust

Elmer’s Restaurants

Steve and Lisa, Phil and Angie Fogg

Pfizer Foundation

Kadel’s Auto Body

Clare Hamill

Nike

Bill and Linda Hammersley

Papa Murphy’s

Del and Sandra Hayes

Regence BlueCross BlueShield

Jeff and Lisa Longtain

The Standard

Andy and Mary Lytle

Thrivent Mutual Funds

Ron and Lynn Penner-Ash Bud and Selma Pierce CS and Angela Sheffield Brad and Katharine Stoffer

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Get Involved. Be Inspired. Our 1,900+ amazing volunteers provided an estimated 14,113 hours to CCA’s programs and events, a value of $300,978, all as an effort to change the lives of those in need. And, very often, our volunteers find it’s actually their own lives that are changed by the extraordinary spirit of the courageous kids and families CCA serves.

Volunteers help power every aspect of our organization from directly supporting seriously ill children, to creating new program innovations, and sharing joy throughout the community. They are our heart and soul, fueling CCA’s innovative programs of JoyRx.

“The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.” Mahatma Gandhi

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There are many ways to get involved, whether on your own or as a group: • Become a mentor to a child or teen going through treatment in Oregon or Southwest Washington • Gather your schoolmates, family, and/or friends to create a fundraiser or sponsor a family during the holidays • Lend a hand to support one of our many events • Share your musical talents • Organize a group to help with landscaping or maintenance at the Caring Cabin

Learn more about volunteer opportunities by visiting JoyRx.org/Get-Involved, or by e-mailing Volunteer@JoyRx.org. 21


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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 287,806 children, teens and their families as they fight pediatric cancer and other serious illness. We have raised $42M and invested $35M directly into our community by blending mission impact with business leadership and an organizational focus on creativity and innovation. Explore the possibilities: Contact Jenny O’Bryan, VP of Development (503) 200-5114 | JOBryan@JoyRx.org

1200 NW Naito Parkway, Suite 140, Portland, OR 97209 Office@JoyRx.org • JoyRx.org



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