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A Note From Our Founder When I started the Children’s Cancer Association 20 years ago around my kitchen table I knew we were creating something extraordinary. We were parents, pioneers, and dreamers with a new vision for what pediatric cancer support services might look like. At a time when no one was talking about friendship, or music, or play in a hospital context, we set out to change the conversation and to fill a critical gap for families like mine and for children facing pediatric cancer and other serious illnesses. And we filled that gap beautifully - with joy. In this year’s Community Investment Report, 20 years in, we are pleased to report on the many ways that CCA has continued to change the conversation and to create transformative moments of joy for children, teens, and their families here in this community and beyond. Some of the incredible “Power of 20” milestones we’ve achieved together: CCA has been a labor of love for twenty

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years. We are singlemindedly 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

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46,880 kids and teens experienced the healing power of music via MyMusicRx® bedside and digital programs 2,010 children experienced the friendship of a Chemo Pal® Mentor Program volunteer 3,400 family members created memories together at The Alexandra Ellis Caring Cabin™ on the beautiful Oregon Coast 9,230 family members were supported by the Link program with essential resources like gas cards, tires, and home repairs

By blending mission impact with business leadership and an organizational focus on creativity and innovation, CCA has inspired $33.9M in charitable donations and has invested $30.7M into our community. And for the fifth year in a row, CCA has earned the highest rating, four stars, from Charity Navigator, the nation’s top evaluator of charities, placing us in the top five percent of charities nationwide. At CCA we are never ones to rest on our laurels. Our focus now is looking toward the future and the important work yet to be done, the conversations still to be changed. Our vision for the next 20 years is to ensure that JoyRx becomes the standard of care in pediatric healthcare settings across the country and around the world. We like to dream big and know we can accomplish this – together - by continuing to create and deliver innovative, results driven programs with measurable impacts to improve the quality of life for seriously ill children and teens everywhere. We hope that you will join us on this journey. Thank you believing Joy Matters and Music Heals. In Joy,

Regina Ellis Founder and Chief Joy Officer Children’s Cancer Association 3


20 Years of JoyRx Since 1995, CCA’s free-of-charge programs have leveraged the power of music, friendship, play, and resources to create transformative moments of joy for kids facing cancer and other serious illnesses. Here’s a snapshot of our “Power of 20” impact.

$33.9M raised & $30.7M invested into our community

16,380 Link program service interactions

2,010 Chemo

Pal® Mentor Program matches

63,540

MyMusicRx® Digital service interactions

46,880

3,400 family members made memories at the Alexandra Ellis Caring Cabin™

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individual children served by MyMusicRx® Bedside and Digital Programs


2015 Financial Results + Mission Impact FISCAL YEAR 2015 : MAY 1, 2014 - APRIL 30, 2015

FY14 : $3,210,759

FY15 : $3,542,618   

In FY15, CCA provided free service and program interactions 81,000 times to children, teens, family members, and caregivers in more than 200 pediatric settings, in all 50 states. This marks a 47% increase since last fiscal year.

IN FY15

WE HAD THE PRIVILEGE OF SERVING 20,000 KIDS, TEENS AND FAMILY MEMBERS WHICH INCLUDES 5,700 INDIVIDUAL CHILDREN

9% Management

$406,352

15% Fundraising

$689,340

Ending Net Assets

FY14 : $4,099,780

FY15 : $4,575,852

Total Expenses

Total Revenue

FY14 : $4,466,894

FY15 : $4,907,711

When seriously ill children, teens and their families need more than medicine, CCA creates joy one moment at a time.

76% Programs

$3,480,160

FY15 expenses allocated to programs 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 20 years as an excellent steward of financial resources. We understand the importance of being a good steward of your financial support. We are excited to share our endorsements that prove our track record. A copy of our latest financial statement is available at JoyRx.org. CCA Has met all 20 Standards of Charity Accountability and was the first NW division nonprofit to be recognized as an Accredited Charity. CCA received the highest rating, four stars, five years in a row from Charity Navigator. Only 5% of evaluated charities in the nation have earned this distinction.

Founder’s Letter 20 Years of JoyRx Financial Snapshot A Look Back

3 4 5 6-7

MyMusicRx™ 8-9 Chemo Pal Mentor Program 10-11 Caring Cabin 12-13

Link 14-15 2015 Heroes 16 The Year Ahead 17 Board Lists 18-19

Donors 20-21 Volunteer 22 Partner with CCA 24


JoyRx Event Spotlight

In May 2014, we celebrated the courage and optimism of 19 CCA Heroes at OMSI. CCA’s Wall of Courage traveled to 10 locations throughout Portland in FY15, including The Standard, Genentech, Health Net, and Pioneer Place.

The sixth annual Children’s Pro-Am, led by CCA Board Member Grant Hammersley, raised more than $250,000, a nearly $90,000 increase over the previous year’s total! Participants in Bridge City Paddling’s annual Dawn to Dusk Benefit raised more than $47,000 for CCA by paddling dragon boats for 12 straight hours on the Willamette River.

HRS

paddle strokes

32,144 guests attended

CCA EVENTS

Genentech presents a $15,000 check to CCA at a Blazer’s game. Genentech donated $25 for every shot a Trail Blazer blocked during the season as part of their annual Block Out Cancer campaign.

OF STUMPTOWN COFFEE

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CCA’s annual Gala outgrew its previous home at the Portland Art Museum and moved into the Oregon Convention Center this year. Over 750 guests raised $1.1M at the Wonderball Gala to help CCA prescribe joy to seriously ill kids and teens.

This year’s Valentine’s Day for CCA, an annual two-day event hosted by 105.1 The Buzz and FOX 12 Oregon, raised over $700,000. Pictured from left: FOX 12’s Wayne Garcia, Amy Troy, and Shauna Parsons, The Buzz’s Daria Eliuk, Ted Douglass, and Mitch Elliot; and Fox 12’s Mark Nelsen.


MyMusicRx Event Spotlight

In FY15 MyMusicRx hosted live concerts from international recording artists at pediatric hospitals across the country. Highlights included Cody Simpson at Dell Children’s Medical Center in Austin, TX; Joss Stone at Lurie Children’s Hospital in Chicago, IL; and B.o.B at Randall Children’s Hospital at Legacy Emanuel in Portland, OR.

750 ENTERTAINED

moms, dads,

& KIDS AT

sxsw

In December 2014, SOL REPUBLIC co-founder and CCA board member Scott Hix delivered holiday cheer—and presents—to the kids and teens at Randall Children’s Hospital at Legacy Emanuel.

R A I S E D N E A R LY

$11,000

and generated 5.89 MILLION

media impressions

On Thursday, March 19, 2015 MyMusicRx, The FADER and Converse were proud to entertain nearly 750 local moms, dads, and kids during the popular SXSW Music Festival in Austin, TX. Our 3rd 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 Best Coast, The Heartless “Bathtubs”, the Zombies, and Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes, raising nearly $11,000 for MyMusicRx digital programs.

TOGETHER WE

RAISED NEARLY

$10,000

through % OF SALES

DONATIONS

At the invitation of CCA board members Matt Lounsbury, VP Stumptown Coffee Roasters, and Chris Funk of The Decemberists, Portland craft food/beverage businesses Pine State Biscuits, Salt and Straw, Whiskey Soda Lounge, Por Que No?, Albina Press, Floyd’s Coffee, Bunk Sandwiches, and Stumptown Coffee Roasters joined together on Valentine’s Day 2015 to donate a percentage of their sales, raising nearly $10,000 to fuel MyMusicRx program growth. 7


MyMusicRx

®

Twenty years ago CCA pioneered a one-of-a-kind pediatric “music medicine” program called MyMusicRx that lets kids choose the music experience that feels right to them. The in-hospital MyMusicRx program includes bedside sing-alongs led by trained music specialists, instrument and iPad lending from mobile music carts, and live concerts from national recording artists. MyMusicRx.org extends our bedside experience online and invites kids facing cancer and other serious illnesses to feel the music and feel better, by exploring exclusive artist greetings, concerts, music lessons, digital instruments, and games – anytime, anywhere. MyMusicRx digital programs are currently available in 19 pediatric hospitals across the country providing measurable benefits like relief from stress, depression, anxiety, and sleeplessness; better pain management, and improved mood and relaxation.

MyMusicRx Bedside FY15

Kids & Teens Served Total Service Interactions

4,000 19,000

MyMusicRx Digital FY15 Kids & Teens Served Total Service Interactions

1,300 43,500

545,426

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delivering

music

KIDS & TEENS

Playing from our beds for kids stuck in theirs youtube.com/mymusicrx

SPENT

FEATURING

VIEWS ON OUR

CHANNEL

VOLUNTEER HOURS

47.9 MILLION

IMPRESSIONS

Last year we launched Bedstock: the world’s first and only in-bed music festival featuring music performed from bed for kids and teens who can’t leave theirs.


Emma loves music and playing the ukulele, but her interest grew even stronger once she was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia (AML), when the MyMusicRx™ program entered her life. CCA’s MyMusicRx Specialists visited Emma regularly to sing and play music with her, and even recorded a music video for “Bedstock,” a unique online music festival that helps raise funding and awareness for the program. But even on days when Emma didn’t feel well enough to sing, she said MyMusicRx was just what she needed to lift her spirits.

“When I felt my worst, I still loved someone coming in and playing a song. It lifted me up when I was not doing so well.” Emma’s mom agreed, saying that MyMusicRx gave Emma a much-needed distraction from her illness. “It’s just a great diversion, because it got her mind on something she’d be doing every day: listening to music and making music, and so it normalizes being in the hospital.”

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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. A Chemo Pal mentor can also give parents a much-needed break to grab a cup of coffee, take a nap, talk with doctors, or spend time with other children. Chemo Pal 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. Chemo Pal matches spend about 4 hours per month together. The average match lasts 12 months, or for the duration of a child’s treatment.

FY 2015

Chemo Pal Matches

235

Family Members Served

705

Total Service Interactions

11,000

$58,078 raised to support Chemo Pal

MATCHES

through our first ever

one day one

friend one year crowdsourcing personal fundraiser

KIDS, TEENS & THEIR FAMILIES

WERE ABLE TO

ATTEND VERY SPECIAL EVENTS

spent watching movies, playing games,

listening to music,

creating art, having fun,

FLYING PIE

PIZZAS

FED OUR CHEMO PALS

AT OUR SUPPORT AND EDUCATION

and experiencing joy TRAININGS

lasting

friend

ships created 10

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“I have had the honor of being a Chemo Pal with two amazing and courageous teens, over the past few years, who have brought me incredible joy and inspiration. I know that is what I am supposed to bring to them as a volunteer, and I am hopeful I have made a difference, but these two guys have undeniably enriched my life.” Jack Bradley, Chemo Pal Pictured above with Zach; top right with Elijah

COMMENTS LIKES, & SHARES ON A SINGLE, CHEMO

GRADUATION POST

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Alexandra Ellis ™ Caring Cabin The Alexandra Ellis Caring Cabin provides children and teens who are in treatment, along with their families, with an extraordinary place to retreat, relax, and create once-in-a-lifetime memories outside of the hospital environment. CCA’s Caring Cabin, nestled in 24 acres of surrounding woods with plentiful wildlife and a serene lake, provides an essential health connection with nature and healing. Between 35 and 40 friends and family members visit CCA’s luxurious Caring Cabin hideaway in a typical month. This free adventure helps restore the energy and hope kids need to battle their illness over the long haul.

Kids & Teens Served Family Members Served

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FY 2015 40 400

SUNSETS

WITNESSED

OVER THE PACIFIC OCEAN

personalized

STONES

placed at the CARING CABIN

BY HONORED

kid/teen guests

since 2007


“What an amazing place! Despite a little rain, there was still plenty of sun and memories made, and Fynn was so happy he could invite his cousins to come along too! :) Favorites were rowing boats on the lake, fishing at Town Lake, running down sand dunes, splashing in the ocean waves, playing air hockey and basketball, and so much more! We loved placing Fynn’s stone together as a family. We found the stone of our Chemo Pal’s previous buddy. Fynn never met him, but he knew that they both shared Ed, Chemo Pal to both the boys, and Fynn decided their stones should go together ” Kate Nackerud Fynn’s Mom

“Every family receives two of these rocks as a symbol of the cancer journey. One is placed on the grounds behind the cabin where it joins those of the children who have visited previously. To me, this garden of pediatric warriors is a very spiritual place... a true path of heroes.” Chris Thudium Graham’s Dad 13


Link CCA’s Link program takes the profound emotional and financial hardships of a pediatric cancer diagnosis head on, engaging a network of caring people and organizations to provide families with essential needs assistance and support. For example, bathroom renovations for wheelchair accessibility; gas cards, 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.

CARS &

TIRES

FIXED FY 2015

Kids & Teens Served

170

Family Members Served

850

Total Service Interactions

1,425

families

135 family members

were provided

memorial, funeral, or bereavement help

a total of

$16,111 moments

OF JOY

3 major

home repairs including one 46 seriously ill kids

& teens were

fully donated roof

new carpets

gifted instruments, gift cards, toys, vacations computers, parties, and more

to brighten their day 14

wood stove


In 2013, Christopher was diagnosed with Stage IV Neuroblastoma, relapsing and entering hospice care in 2014. Wanting to fill Christopher’s days with as much joy as possible, his parents asked the Link program for a “reptile party”. So, we went to work right away to put together the perfect party. Much to Christopher’s delight, the House of Reptiles brought a variety of slithering friends. It’s not a party without dessert, and Christopher knew just what he wanted: a frog cake, of course!

“Thank you so much for setting up Christopher’s frog party. He loved his toy creatures and of course the visiting real creatures. The frog cake was a huge hit!” Robyn Johnson Christopher’s Mom

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Celebration of Courage : 2015 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.

Aaliyah

Alina

Allan

AnaLee

Caden

Calvin

Christine

Dalton

Daniel

David

Eddy

Jessi

Jessica

Lexi

Maddie

Mason

Monty

Nathan

Raquel

Stevan

Thomas

William

1999-2015

Madelynne

Serenity 16

2006-2015


What’s Next for CCA? As we set out to ensure that JoyRx becomes the standard of care in pediatric healthcare settings across the country and around the globe, we’re pleased to preview just a few of our exciting FY16 strategic initiatives.

Quantify Impact, Communicate Results In November 2015, CCA will proudly partner with Randall Children’s Hospital & Legacy Research Institute on the first-ever clinical trial to measure and document the effects of customized music medicine on postoperative pediatric patients. Led by Dr. Serene Perkins, MD and Dr. Shaban Demirel, PhD look for the results to be published in leading medical journals in Spring 2016.

Enhance Brand Experiences

Expand Programs Nationally Boston Children’s Hospital, the #1 ranked pediatric hospital in the nation, has selected MyMusicRx as their exclusive partner in providing music medicine to hundreds of children and teens each month. MyMusicRx will be presented in Boston by our brand partner Converse with service delivery beginning in January 2016.

Designed by Ziba Design and manufactured locally by Axiom Custom Products, the sixth iteration of our brightly colored MyMusicRx carts are lightweight, highly maneuverable, and feature an interactive tongue drum panel on the exterior. Stocked with teaching quality instruments and iPads, these state-of-the-art carts are generously presented at Doernbecher Children’s Hospital by the Hammersley Family and at Randall Children’s Hospital at Legacy Emmanuel by the Longtain Family.

Develop and Lead Innovation Opportunities CCA has identified a groundbreaking opportunity to deepen and expand palliative and end of life care across each of our core program offerings. These support initiatives are not available in the community currently. We estimate that new, CCA palliative services could support approximately 350 local children and their 1,400 immediate family members annually, along with CCA staff and front-line volunteers. 17


Our Extraordinary FY15 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. Board of Directors ANDY LYTLE Board Chair

Division Vice President Western US Jackson Family Wines

PAUL GULICK Board Chair Emeritus, (08-10) 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

CLIFF ELLIS

Co-Founder Children’s Cancer Association

CHRIS FUNK

Artist, Musician, Producer The Decemberists/Black Prairie

MIKE GOLUB

Partner Barran Liebman LLP

SCOTT BURTON

Director of Community and Business Relations Regence BlueCross BlueShield of Oregon

LAURA CALDWELL

Senior Business Affairs Manager Wieden + Kennedy

ROSEMARY COLLIVER

Head of Legal & Business Affairs LAIKA, Inc.

AARON COOPER

Innovation Design Director Nike, Inc.

TIM COOPER

Senior Vice President Brown & Brown Northwest

ANDREA CORRADINI

Senior Merchandising Director, Emerging Markets Running Nike, Inc.

ANDY DELAPORTE

VP & General Manager Meredith Corporation’s KPTV Fox12 Oregon & PDX TV

BILL DOLAN

CEO, Phillips & Company

PAUL GULICK

ROB GLOECKNER General Manager Beynon Sports Surfaces

GREG GLOVER

SHARON GUECK

CLARE HAMILL

TODD HALL

GRANT HAMMERSLEY

REGINA ELLIS

Portfolio Manager and Financial Planner Becker Capital CEO Opus Events Agency

SCOTT HIX

Co-Founder SOL REPUBLIC Vice President NW Capital Management

TODD JESSUP

Director of Institutional Marketing & Client Service Vision Capital Management

DREW KLONSKY Founder, +Citizen Inc. Entrepreneur

MATT LOUNSBURY

Vice President, Nike Growth Initiatives Nike, Inc. Founder & Chief Joy Officer Children’s Cancer Association

Ambassador Board CS SHEFFIELD Co-Chair

SERENE PERKINS, MD

Associate Director Genentech – A Member of the Roche Group

Co-Chair

KRISTIN MINTO Co-Chair

Surgical Territory Manager Straumann

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

BRYCE AMATO

BOB PROFFITT

Controller LAIKA, Inc.

President/COO Alpha Media

SONJA STEVES

SVP of Human Resources Legacy Health

KATHERINE DURHAM

DARA WILK

CEO atmosera

Management Consulting The Wilk Group

Fox News 12 Director KPTV 12

LISA HYNES

Director, Provider Contracting Health Net Health Plan of Oregon

TORY JEDRYKOWSKI Account Executive – Key Accounts United Healthcare

ANNA KIMMEL

Co-Chair

President Allison Clarke Consulting

Managing Director, Investments JGP Wealth Management Group of Wachovia Securities

COREY HANSON

JIM BRAUN

SUZANN MURPHY JEFF PAUSTIAN

Commercial Manager GE Healthcare

ADAM KELLY

ALLISON CLARKE

Owner/President (w)here inc.

Host/Music Director 94.7 FM Alternative Portland

Senior Therapeutic Specialty Consultant Pfizer Oncology

Vice President Stumptown Coffee Roasters

JON THOMSEN

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Foundation Chair

Project Manager R&H Construction

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

Vice President, Charitable Services Group U.S. Bank Vice President, Individual Disability Insurance and Corporate Marketing & Communications The Standard

TIM PHILLIPS

MIKE GILLIS

Chief Operating Officer Portland Timbers

MACIE HOUSE PAULA BARRAN

Foundation Board

President/Designer Amato Design Inc.

ERIN BALDWIN ED DOMINION President D6 Inc.

KRISTIN DUVAL

Employee Benefits Consultant DDI Benefits

DOUG EVERETT

Investment Advisor Beech Creek Financial Group

LISA FOGG

Community Leader

Attorney Columbia Sportswear Principal Finley Grace Design

JENN KLOTZ

Management Associate Genentech Inc.

CORY MAHAFFEY Managing Partner Northwestern Mutual

AMY MAXWELL

Owner/Manager Patrick Lamb Productions

KIM MCCLASKEY

On Premise Director Southern Wine & Spirits Oregon

DANIEL MILLER Director Taking Care Cancer

JENIFER NELLES

Local/Regional Partner Consultant Standard Insurance Company

PATRICK NEWSOM

Director of Sustainability and Energy Management Nike

CARA NOLAN

Senior Associate - Brokerage CBRE, Inc.

ERIK OLIVERSON Senior Manager Ernst & Young LLP


2015 Board Members

MyMusicRx® Champions Vice President of Marketing, Retail & Sales OMSI

JOHN POWERS

Broker Keller Williams Realty/PDX Property Group

JEREMY SHATTUCK President/Head Coach Bridge City Paddling Club

AMANDA SHEBIEL Global Brand Design Studio Director Nike

SABRINA SNOW

Vice President Washington Trust Bank

CHRIS SPEER

Vice President – Business Banking Bank of the West

KARIS STOUDAMIREPHILLIPS Community Affairs & Corporate Responsibility Moda Health

MAEGAN VIDAL

Physician Outreach Liaison Randall Children’s Hospital at Legacy Emanuel

SCOTT WORK

Community Leader

MyMusicRx® Champions CLARE HAMILL Champions Chair

Vice President, Nike Growth Initiatives Nike, Inc.

NICHOL CARLSON

ROB STONE

DANIEL CHERRY III

BETSY WHITNEY

Director of Strategic Partnerships CHARITYBUZZ Chief Marketing & Innovation Officer Prudential Center & New Jersey Devils

JON COHEN

Co-CEO cornerstone/The FADER

Consumer Events Manager Running and Soccer Adidas

BRYCE JENKS

KARINA WILSHER

TAYLOR KAVANAUGH

Account Manager Smarsh Founder Quarter 4 Sports

TOMI LESH

President & Publisher The FADER

Joy Squad

GEOFF COTTRILL

DAN SCHEINMAN

KAITLYN MORRELL

Sales Manager, Corporate Partnerships Portland Trail Blazers

Manager, Volunteer Services and Gift Shop Legacy Mount Hood Medical Center

ASHLEY MCMULLEN

MELISSA OWENS

Vice President of Brand and Segments Converse

ANDREA FAIRCHILD President Kobe Inc.

Associate Brand Manager Nike, Inc.

CHRIS FUNK

MEGHAN HARVEY

Artist, Musician, Producer The Decemberists / Black Prairie

Senior Mortgage Loan Officer Guild Mortgage

L. CAMILLE HACKNEY

EVP of Brand Partnerships/ Commercial Licensing & Head of Global Brand Partnerships Council Atlantic Records/WMG

Critical Care Nurse Portland VA Medical Center

Reiki Healer

LINNEA PINTO

Travel RN Recruiter Rise Medical Staffing

CHRISTINA REYES

Operations Project Manager US Bank

MEREDITH BEDRICK

Speech-Language Pathologist Beaverton School District

SCOTT HIX

Co-Founder SOL REPUBLIC

MAREN FAWCETT

North America Soccer Sports Marketing Pro League Manager Nike, Inc.

LIANA HUTH

Entertainment Industry Executive

SARAH ROSS

Customer Service Project Manager The Standard

KATE SINES

Medical Student OHSU

JED LEWIS

SARI GARDNER

JENNIFER SMORAL

MATT LOUNSBURY

JAY GENTZKOW

MIKE WORTHINGTON

Project Coordinator Nike, Inc.

Global Music Marketing Director Converse

Senior Associate, Investment Banking Pacific Crest Securities

Vice President Stumptown Coffee Roasters

Director, Events and Promotions Portland Timbers Mortgage Specialist Directors Mortgage

SEANN MCKEEL

Creator/Director You Who Rock Show for Kids

HEIDI O’NEILL

RYAN BUKSTEIN

IAN STEWART

Director of PR and Marketing Ace Hotel Group

KATIE JACOBSON

Associate Director, Digital Marketing Columbia Records President Anomaly

ANDY COHN

CHRISTOPHER ATLAS SVP of Marketing DefJam Records

Co-CEO cornerstone/The FADER

VP, Women’s Fitness Nike, Inc. VP Global Marketing Converse

2015 Joy Squad Members

MARK PATEL

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Our Generous FY15 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.

$100,000+ (Lifetime) INDIVIDUAL Paul E. Gulick and Tasca N. 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 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 Standard 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 20

Spirit Mountain Community Fund Vancouver Rotary Foundation ESTATE Estate of Desmond Connor

$100,000+ INDIVIDUAL Clare L. Hamill CORPORATE Anomaly Cornerstone Promotion and the FADER Nike, Inc. FOUNDATION M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust ESTATE Estate of Desmond Connor EVENT Children’s Pro-AM – Grant Hammersley Four Days Fore Kids – Gay Davis Nike Men Vs. Women Valentine’s Day for CCA Wonderball Gala

$50,000+ INDIVIDUAL Lionel Coleman Andy and Mary Lytle

CORPORATE Google Regence BlueCross BlueShield of Oregon Ziba Design, Inc.

Dorsey and Greg Rueck CS and Angela Sheffield

CORPORATE The Active Network, Inc. All American Hearing Dick Hannah Dealerships Elmer’s Restaurants Incorporated Opus Agency Portland ADI Corp (Papa Murphy’s) Portland Trail Blazers Regence BlueCross BlueShield The Standard

FOUNDATION Maybelle Clark Macdonald Fund Meyer Memorial Trust Northwestern Mutual Foundation Spirit Mountain Community Fund The Anne and Eli Shapira Charitable Foundation The Edward and Romell Ackley Foundation The Eranda Foundation

EVENT Bedstock Commercial Association of Brokers – A Night of Excellence Dawn to Dusk Get Inspired Luncheon Holiday Ale Festival JoyRide – Paradise Harley Davidson Kadel’s Golf Tournament Little Black Dress Ball - Alexa Dyer Fund One Day. One Friend. One Year. Portland Marathon & Team Jesuit Rumble on the River You Who Kids Rock Variety Show

$20,000+

$10,000+

INDIVIDUAL

INDIVIDUAL

Michelle DeCourcy and Doug Fish

Sandy Bodecker

Marsha Brockmeyer Hilary Krane and Kelly Bulkeley Rochelle and Scott Carr John and Laura Davidson Lisa and Steve Fogg Phil and Angie Fogg Paul E. Gulick and Tasca N. Gulick Mike Hauge David Heinsch David and Heather Howitt Brad and Judy Johnson Jeffrey and Malia Owens Patricia Reser Manfred and Jerilyn Schosnig Joe and Diane Thompson Marcia and Robert Walsh

CORPORATE Alaska Airlines Atmosera Campbell Global, LLC Converse Hematology Oncology of Salem, LLP Legacy Health Pietro’s Pizza

FOUNDATION B.P. Lester and Regina John Foundation Edna L. Holmes Fund of The Oregon Community Foundation Genentech Foundation Hayes Family Foundation Hedinger Family Foundation Juan Young Trust Kaiser Foundation Lesh Hammersley Manpower Memorial Trust Regence Fund of the Oregon Community Foundation Rite Aid Foundation The Boedecker Family Foundation The Reser Family Foundation Tides Foundation

EVENT Genentech and the Portland Trail Blazers Block out Cancer Program New Year’s Eve Governor’s Ball SxSW


$5,000+ INDIVIDUAL Mark and Johanna Aalto Meg and George Byrtek Steven and Kristen Blake Andrea and Flavia Correani Andrea Corradini and David Brown Brenda Crosby Gay and Judi Davis Gordon Day Craig and Shelley Dewy Edward and Susan Dominion Dena and Tim Dooney Regina Ellis Gino and Paula Fisanotti Chris Funk and Seann McKeel Grant and Heidi Hammersley Christopher Jackson Todd Jessup David C. Jones Brian Kennedy Andrew and Whitney Klonsky Jeff and Sally Kohnstamm Kellie Leonard and Kandice Knigge Corey Lohman Richard Lytle and Jana Taylor Steven and Trese Lytle Kelly and Jayme Martin Suzann Baricevic-Murphy

and Harry Murphy Brian and Tracy Oliver Neil and Leslie Olshey Heidi and Patrick O’Neill Levi and Erin Patterson Bud and Selma Pierce Lorraine and Vince Piscitello Craig and Annemarie Reger Arlene Schnitzer Patrick Seehafer Matthew and Michelle Shelley May and Darin Shelstad Jesse Stolz Michael Tarbell Gidget and Darren Welborn Dan G. Wieden and Priscilla Bernard Wieden Kevin and Heather Vandenbrink Greg Vislocky

CORPORATE Ace Hotel Barran Liebman Bon Appétit Catering Breedlove Stringed Instruments Brown & Brown Northwest D6 Inc DDI Benefits Flying Pie Pizza Graphic Arts Building LLC

Guild Mortgage Company Jackson Family Wines Kaiser Permanente Community Giving Campaign Leupold & Stevens, Inc. Mercedes Benz of Wilsonville Momentous Insurance Brokerage, Inc Oregon Children’s Theatre Pacific Lumber and Shipping PGA Pacific Northwest Section Sky High Sports Smart Wireless Retail Support Center Snyder Builds Sol Republic Stumptown Coffee Roasters Sysco Portland The Fireside Grill Vision Capital Management, Inc.

FOUNDATION Acme Bader Community Fund Community Health Charities of Oregon Community Health Charities of the West Daniels Family Foundation FTJ Charitable Foundation,

Inc Hampton Family Foundation Henry Lea Hillman, Jr. Foundation McCrea Foundation Newman’s Own Foundation Northwestern Mutual OCF Joseph E. Weston Public Foundation RBC Foundation - USA Rick and Carol Terrell Charitable Fund OCF The Brandaw Family Foundation The Kilroy Family Fund The Norman Foundation USG Foundation William C. & Jani E. McCormick Family Foundation

EVENT Artist for Life Green Jacket Golf Tournament Miles From Molly Nocking Point Wines Mixer Paddy’s Day for CCA

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 Gay & Judi Davis Cliff Ellis Regina Ellis

Jacqueline Gallo Clare L. Hamill Zachary & Kristin Krahmer Andy & Mary Lytle

Suzanne Moll Janice Phillips Tim & Kristen Phillips Larry & Elizabeth Volchok

Rene Zingarelli In Memoriam Estate of Desmond Connor Sandy Farmer

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 Maggie Bolger, CCA’s Director of Individual and Corporate Engagement, at MBolger@JoyRx.org or (503) 802-6090. Ready to make a contribution? Give online at JoyRx.org/Donate 21


Get Involved. Be Inspired. Our 860+ amazing volunteers provided an estimated 12,700 hours to CCA’s programs and events, a value of $282,000, 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 spreading 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

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

Learn more about volunteer opportunities by visiting Joy.Rx/Volunteer, or by emailing Volunteer@JoyRx.org. 22


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