__MAIN_TEXT__

Page 1

2019Annual Report


CHILD HEALTH PARTNERSHIP BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Valerie Palamountain, Chair Shane Cook Mary E. Gibson Claudette Grant Ashley Jurney Cara Pates Susan Payne Carolyn Pettit Jim Plews-Ogan Mimi Scully Vickie Southall Toya Trager Andrea Tribastone Autumn Wade Erica Wheat Elizabeth Willingham Jon Nafziger Executive Director


Friends and Partners, We are thrilled to now be known as the Child Health Partnership! Our new name represents three of the most important aspects of our work. CHILD – Babies and young children are at the center of everything we do. Improved access to health care, nurturing homes and school readiness are what we work toward every day. HEALTH – Our nurses and family support specialists are focused on all the things that help children and families to be healthy and resilient: preventative care, developmental screenings, nutrition, physical activity, mental health supports and much more. PARTNERSHIP – We partner with families to help them achieve their goals for their children. We partner with other community groups to give children the best possible start. And we partner with each of you to reach and support as many families as possible. We improved the lives of 550 children last year. Your partnership is critical as we move forward into a new year and a new decade of healthy and resilient children, and a healthy and resilient community. Thank you! With warmest regards, Valerie Palamountain, Chair, Board of Directors

Jon Nafziger, Executive Director


Child Health Partnership partners with families to support the healthy development of babies and young children.


NEW NAME, SAME COMMITMENT TO HEALTHY FAMILIES. Child Health Partnership has decades of experience in the communities we serve. We got our start in 1991 through the local health department, and in 2008, we became the independent nonprofit Jefferson Area Children’s Health Improvement Program. You probably know us best as CHiP. While CHIP has been an easy-to-use acronym, many people didn’t know what CHIP stood for, often confusing us with programs that provide housing or insurance, among other things. So in October of 2019 we changed our name to something both new and old: Child Health Partnership was our original name when we started in 1991, and we believe that now it more clearly conveys our focus on children’s health. Our work remains the same with dedicated teams of community health nurses and family support specialists who meet with families in their home to: Promote child and family health and well-being through health assessments, health education, and improved access to health care. Enhance parenting skills and confidence through a developmentally appropriate curriculum and trusting relationships. Foster self-sufficiency by partnering with families to set goals, solve problems, and connect with community resources.


2,000

The first 2,000 days of a child’s life are the most important and the best time to invest in long-term health and future success in school and in life.


Financial Summary for FY2019*

Revenue

WHERE OUR MONEY COMES FROM: 40.2% Local Government $755,017 30% Individuals and Foundations $564,326 20.3% CHIP of Virginia $381,327 7.6% United Way $142,500 1.5% Fee for Service $28,397 .4% Miscellaneous/Interest $8,366

Total Revenues for FY2019: $1,879,933 WHERE OUR MONEY GOES: 88.1% Program Services $1,615,166 6.3% Management $115,485 5.6% Fundraising $102,570

Total Expenses for FY2019: $1,833,221 *July 1, 2018-June 30, 2019

Expenses


Last year, we supported the health and wellbeing of 550 children in 362 local families including:

69 39 81

pregnant women

received prenatal case management. Families enrolled in Child Health Partnership are less likely to have low birthweight and preterm babies.

pregnant and/or parenting teens

Supported teens learn how to have healthy babies, parent well, stay in school, set goals, and postpone having more children.

refugee families

For refugee families resettled in the Charlottesville area, our staff offers cultural sensitivity and an understanding of the impact of trauma.


Partnership works! “When I knew I was pregnant for the second time, I knew I wanted [Child Health] back in my life. I love when my [Child Health] worker comes over for home visits. I love the play activities, and I love when she gives me positive feedback like, “You’re doing great.” I just love that connection and having the extra support.” ~ Laura, Child Health Partnership mom “When Laura referred herself back, she wasn’t in crisis. Some families...enroll because they want some support in finding their next step in life. Her next step was thriving, and that’s where she recognized she needed support so that she could get to the thriving part.” ~Farah, Family Support Specialist

After one year of work with CHiP, parents showed a 61% increase in parenting knowledge and a 45% increase in parenting confidence. • 92% of children have a medical home for sick and prenatal care. • 92% of children were up to date on their immunizations. • 83% of children were up to date on well-child care overall. • 83% of children were enrolled in a preschool or child care. • 81% of parents scored above the desired benchmark for nurturing behaviors. • 71% of CHiP babies are breastfed. • 63% of families had at least one parent employed. • 6% of children needed dental care and did not receive it.


Your contributions make amazing things happen. Many thanks to the following donors who gave to our annual fund between July 1, 2018-June 30, 2019

$100,000 or more Adiuvans Foundation Albemarle County CHIP of Virginia City of Charlottesville United Way-Thomas Jefferson Area $10,000-99,999 Anonymous Bama Works Fund of Dave Matthews Band in CACF Batten Family Fund in CACF Blue Ridge Group* The Charles Fund Mike and Mary Chinn Farkas Family Foundation Fluvanna County Harvest Moon Catering* Louisa County The MLG Foundation Elena Prien PYMWYMI Fund

The Rimora Foundation Katherine L. Rhyne and Charles W. Axten Mimi O’Connell Scully Sterba Family Fund in CACF University of Virginia Health System The Wardle Family Foundation Elizabeth Willingham $5,000-9,999 Julie Christopher and Marge Connelly The Community Endowment Fund in CACF Friends for Youth Inez Duff Bishop Charitable Trust J&E Berkley Foundation Don and Janemarie King Louisa County Community Fund in CACF Manning Family Foundation Jim and Peggy Plews-Ogan Catherine J. Rotolo Kevin and Carolyn Schuyler

Twentieth Century Merchants Fund of the Charlottesville-Albemarle Retail Merchants Association $2,000-4,999 Book Baskets* Karen Fairchild Grace Episcopal Church Fred and Stasia Greenewalt Dennis Holmberg* Magellan Complete Care of Virginia Cara and Seth Pates S&P Global Foundation Silverchair Information Systems University of Virginia School of Nursing $1,000-1,999 Albemarle County Rotary Club* Carlos and Desha Armengol George Beller and Katherine Brooks Bob and Karen Boyle Robert B. Cathcart


Children’s Dentistry of Charlottesville Myra M. Cooper Martin and Alida Couric Cove Presbyterian Church Robert S. and Mary E. Gibson Hantzmon Wiebel LLP Heiner Family Fund in CACF Randy and Lisa Huffman Carol Hurst and Jon Nafziger Karen Cromer Isaac Fund Martin and Sharla Klingel Robin and Barbara Lee William D. McGarity Oakwood Foundation Old Dominion National Bank Will and Betsy Peyton Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Quayle III Judy Smith Karyn Gunther Smith Ting Kirk and Cathy Train Andrea Tribastone and Mohan Nadkarni University of Virginia Office for Diversity and Equity Virginia National Bank

Autumn Wade John Will $500-999 Allison Partners* James Amato Anonymous Katharine Birdsall and Karl Pfefferkorn Wendy and Jack Brown Charlottesville Friends Meeting Carol F. Clarke and Dr. Stephen Clarke Gerald Clore Judy DeLoache Fund Deborah A. Cohn and Charlotte J. Patterson Robert and Janis Chevalier Congregation Beth Israel Crutchfield Frank and Fran Feigert Fernald Family Fund Jennifer Hendrick Jon and Heather Hill Dawn and Bobby Jenkins Peter and Susan Kools Lenhart Pettit, Attorneys at Law Kevin and Maureen O’Shea Valerie Palamountain

Brandy Patterson and Richard Shannon Susan Payne David and Carolyn Pettit Random Row Brewing Company The Shames Family Foundation Rachel and Antoine Taza Greg and Caroline Walsh Erica and Zach Wheat Steven Zeichner and Rachel Moon Under $500 Jonno Alcaro Daniel and Dela Alexander Anonymous (11) Dyan Aretakis Carey Bailey Rives and Betty Bailey David and Lori Balaban Peter Barlow Rudy Beverly BJ’s Brewhouse Restaurant Karen and Warren Boeschenstein Mozell H. Booker Kathleen and Daniel Bowman Butch and Susan Brodie

(Cont.)


Under $500 (continued) Peter and Nancy Brooks Susan H. Brooks Jacki Bryant Marie Buffmire Judy Campbell and Michael Henke Sarah Carter Barrie and Bruce Carveth Rosamund Casey Charlottesville Track Club Pamela Cipriano Jevonda Collier John Conover George and Deb Conway Shane and Caroline Cook Robert and Elizabeth Cook ML Coolidge Jenn and Brian Corbey Bethany Coyne Katie Cowen Doug Dodd Dorman Weiss Family Fund in the CACF Bruce and Diane Dotson Bob and Pattie Downer Amy Eichenberger Gretchen Ellis and James Schlothauer

Joann Faillace John and Renee Ferguson Betsy Fernald Ellen Fisher Molly Fitzgerald Barry and Dorrie Fontaine Douglas Ford and Deena Hurwitz Andrew and Mary Mason Foukal Elizabeth Frieberg Molly Fulton Sim and Donna Galazka Bryan Garey David and Debbie Garth Monte and Luella Glanzer Doris Glick Ken and Heidi Graff Claudette Grant and Juandiego Wade Virginia Gubser Shannon Haffner Mark and Mary Ann Harris Fern Hauck William and Dana Henderson Rick and Cali Hendricks Fred and Mary Hitz Simona Holloway-Warren Holly Grove Christian Women’s Fellowship

Joyce and Michael Holt Richard and Susan Howard-Smith Jessica Humphreys Gary and Janie Hunter Martha and Kent Hunter Institutional Investor Elizabeth Irvin Shahir and Nancy Kassam-Adams Neil and Lee Kassell Mark and Meg Keeley Arlene Keeling Bryce and Ann Kellams Mike and Valerie Kirkman Wally and Karla Kirtley Christina Knicely Pamela Kulbok Ludwig Kuttner Celia and Glenn Lankford James Larner Michael Latsko Olive and Ron Lear Dean Lhospital Peppy Linden Andrew and Deborah Lockman Ed and Carolyn Lowry Kevin Lynch


Anna Magee Leonard and Grace Mailloux Faye Wheeler Male Margareta Mattsson Theresa and Mark McCullough Dan and Mary-Lewis Meador Mark and Julie Mendelsohn Ray Mishler and Pat Smith Ralph and Diane Morini Matthew B. and Mary P. Y. Murray Rosemary Noona Wally and Donna Nunley Patrick O’Connor and Marie Bourgeois Robert Pates Eddie Pinson Seth and Lisa Ragosta Judy Randle John R. Redick Fund in the CACF Mary Rice Walker and Hallie Richmond David and Debbie Ripley Nancy Roche Ashley and Jocelyn Schauer Jessica Schmidt Sharon and Stuart Scott Lloyd Snook and Sheila Haughey

Mr. and Mrs. William G. Shenkir Ned and Anne Slaughter Dede Smith and Tim Wilson James and Vicki Snead Jeff and Linda Sobel Al and Vickie Southall Phil and Julie Sparks Betty Stokes Frank and Elizabeth Stoner Nancy Stone Thomas M. Strassburg Jay and Betsy Swett Edward and Louise Tayloe Anne B. Ternes Maggie Timmons Nancy Tuz Sharon Veith Walter and Ruth Wadlington Cammie and Mike Waite Mitzi Ware Page and Peggy Williams Nick and Tucker Winter Betsy Woodard

An investment in the future is an especially meaningful way to honor someone’s life and legacy. We are thankful for the gifts that were inspired by the following people: In honor of: Corlis Douglas Dareen and Hajer Sharla Klingel Seth and Cara Pates Jim and Peggy Plews-Ogan Walker Richmond Mimi O’Connell Scully Judy Smith Gabriel Taza Elizabeth Willingham Sara Winter And in loving memory of: Jack Carney Dana Woodward McGarity We do our best to present the most accurate information, but sometimes mistakes happen. Please don’t hesitate to

* includes in-kind donations

bring any errors or omissions to our attention.


(Formerly Jefferson Area CHIP) 1469 Greenbrier Place Charlottesville, VA 22901

childhealthpartnership.org 434-964-4700

Profile for Child Health Partnership

Child Health Partnership 2019 Annual Report  

Child Health Partnership 2019 Annual Report  

Profile for jachip
Advertisement