2020 Annual Report

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2020 Annual Report

CHILD HEALTH PARTNERSHIP BOARD OF DIRECTORS Elizabeth Willingham, Chair Ana Abad-Jorge Allie Bryan Shane Cook Claudette Grant Valerie Palamountain Ashley Palmer Cara Pates Susan Payne Jim Plews-Ogan Kathy Rhyne Mimi Scully Vickie Southall Toya Trager Andrea Tribastone Autumn Wade Jon Nafziger Executive Director

Friends and Partners, 2020 was quite a year! Yet we have good news. Despite the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, Child Health Partnership has supported children and families to promote healthy development and family self-sufficiency. And we so appreciate that you were supporting our mission! Through virtual visits, our nurses and family support specialists provided families with connections to vital community resources, critical information on health and safety issues raised by the pandemic, and assistance to receive essential emergency support for rent, utilities, and food. We also helped families resume well-child visits and focus on the development of their babies and young children. We began serving new families virtually and performed safe deliveries of food and educational materials. We developed and distributed home learning kits that promote healthy growth and assist with essential screenings to identify developmental issues. Through it all, we have stayed connected with families, providing a listening ear and expert support. We could only do this because of your generous belief that all children in our community should have a chance for healthy development and school readiness. Whatever 2021 brings, we will partner with families in our community and will resume home visiting when safe to do so. Please stay in touch, our valuable friends and partners! With warmest regards,

Child Health Partnership supports families to create nurturing homes and to foster the healthy development of babies and young children.

MANY THINGS CHANGED IN 2020, YET SOME THINGS STAYED THE SAME... While at-home family support looks different right now because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the power of connection and trusted relationships remains the same for families. The work of Child Health Partnership continues to help make our community a healthier and more equitable place for babies and young children. Reliable health information and support to access essential services have been critical for local children this year. With your support, Child Health has been able to continue to serve our area’s vulnerable families during these difficult times. Our staff has moved to connecting with families through video visits, phone calls, and texts, and has delivered food, coats, and other supplies to families at home. We distributed more than 100 home learning kits focused on child development, and are delivering general health education kits and prenatal/post-partum resources to pregnant moms. Child Health Partnership’s home learning kits have been a great success. The transition to virtual visits created more opportunities for parents to take on the role of teacher and leader for the child. The child naturally becomes more focused on the parent in the room, while resources and support are still available from our nurses and family support specialists. Staff have witnessed high levels of engagement, fun, and more accurate parent-led screenings using these methods. Parents step up more quickly to direct an activity or to teach their child how to hold a scissors or use a crayon. Our thanks to each of you for your partnership to achieve our mission to support nurturing homes and healthy children during this most challenging year.


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 FY2020* Revenue

WHERE OUR MONEY COMES FROM: 42.9% Local Government $765,373 25.8% Individuals and Foundations $460,541 25.0% CHIP of Virginia/State $446,178 5.9% United Way $104,637 0.4% Fee for Service/ Miscellaneous $7,502

Total Revenues for FY2020: $1,784,231 WHERE OUR MONEY GOES: 88.6% Program Services $1,636,987 5.9% Management $108,868 5.5% Fundraising $101,305

Total Expenses for FY2020: $1,847,160 *July 1, 2019-June 30, 2020


Last year, we supported the health and wellbeing of 490 children in 317 local families, including:


pregnant women


pregnant and/or parenting teens


refugee families

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

recieved support to have healthy babies, parent well, stay in school, set goals, and postpone having more children.

Our staff offers cultural sensitivity and an understanding of the impact of trauma.

Partnership works! After one year of work with Child Health Partnership, parents showed a 64% increase in parenting knowledge, and a 53% increase in positive parenting behaviors. • 87% of children have a medical home for sick and prenatal care.

Families enrolled for one year averaged 17 visits, in-person and virtual.

• 85% of children age 3-5 were enrolled Staff provided 3,706 family support visits. in a preschool or child care. • 78% of children were up-to-date on With at least two nurse and two parent educator visits, only 5% of enrolled moms had low birth weight babies well-child care. (compared to 24% of moms who received fewer visits). • 74% of children had a current After one year in the program, the number of children health assessment. who needed medical care and did not receive it was • 68% of babies were breastfed. reduced by 33%, and the number of children who needed dental care but did not receive it was reduced • 54% of families had one or both by 25%. The number of mothers who needed medical parents employed. care but did not receive it was reduced by 40%.

Your contributions make amazing things happen. Many thanks to the following donors who gave to our annual fund between July 1, 2019-December 31, 2020

$100,000 or more

Church of Our Saviour Junior League of Charlottesville Bob and Mary Gibson Grace Episcopal Church $5,000-9,999 Fred and Stasia Greenewalt Carlos and Desha Armengol Lila Heymann and Harold Herz Inez Duff Bishop Charitable Trust Randy and Lisa Huffman $10,000-99,999 Blue Ridge Group* Karen Cromer Isaac Anonymous Allie Bryan Magellan Complete Care of Virginia Bama Works Fund of the Dave Julie Christopher and Marge Connelly William D. McGarity Matthews Band at CACF Community Endowment Fund at CACF Carter Myers Automotive Batten Family Fund Friends for Youth Frank and Peggy Quayle J&E Berkley Foundation Louisa County Community Fund Rathburn Family Foundation The Charles Fund Manning Family Foundation Catherine J. Rotolo Michael and Mary Chinn Oakwood Foundation Mr. and Mrs. William G. Shenkir Community Emergency Response Fund James and Peggy Plews-Ogan Silverchair Information Systems at CACF PYMWYMI Fund Sean and Gineane Stalfort William A. Cooke Foundation Gwenyth Rankin S&P Global Foundation The Dammann Fund Twentieth Century Merchants Fund of UVA School of Nursing Harvest Moon Catering* the Charlottesville-Albemarle Retail The MLG Foundation Merchants Association $1,000-1,999 The Perry Foundation Westminster Presbyterian Church Anonymous (4) Kathy Rhyne and Chuck Axten Albemarle County Rotary Club The Rimora Foundation $2,000-4,999 Bob and Karen Boyle Kevin and Carolyn Schuyler Anonymous Wendy and Jack Brown Mimi O’Connell Scully Atlantic Bay Mortgage Rip and Millie Cathcart The Adiuvans Foundation Albemarle County Families Forward Virginia City of Charlottesville United Way of Greater Charlottesville

Jeffrey Sterba Wardle Family Foundation Elizabeth Willingham

Charlottesville Friends Meeting Robert and Janis Chevalier George and Deborah Conway Myra M. Cooper Martin and Alida Couric Cove Presbyterian Church Frank and Fran Feigert Molly Fulton Hantzmon Wiebel LLP Heiner Family Fund Dennis Holmberg* Shahir and Nancy Kassam-Adams Valerie and Don Long Jon Nafziger and Carol Hurst Kelly O’Connell Olivet Presbyterian Church Ashley Palmer, Town Realty L.F. and Susan Payne David and Carolyn Pettit Seth and Lisa Ragosta Residential Mortgage Services Scarpa Rachel Taza Toya Trager Kirk and Cathy Train Andrea Tribastone and Mohan Nadkarni Autumn Wade John Waits John Will


Anonymous (2) John and Julie Baird David and Lori Balaban Steve and Carol Clarke Sara Clayborne Deborah A. Cohn and Charlotte J. Patterson Shane and Caroline Cook Molly Akeel Crawford Paul and Gina Dubuisson Fernald Family Fund Jonathan and Heather Hill Dawn and Bobby Jenkins Tiffany Jenkins Peter and Susan Kools Susan Lenci Linda Levin Lester Lee and Pam Marraccini Matthew and Mary Murray Wallace and Donna Nunley Valerie Palamountain Karl Pfefferkorn and Katharine Birdsall Quantitative Investment Management Fund Judy Smith Al and Vickie Southall Elsie and Mac Thompson Trager Brothers Coffee Rachel Tricker

UVA Office for Diversity and Equity Zach and Erica Wheat Steven Zeichner and Rachel Moon

Up to $500

Ana Abad-Jorge Nanette and Jonathan Alcaro Allison Partners Amazon Smile Tiana Anderson Anonymous (8) Saphira Maude Baker John and Alyson Ball Melissa Ballard Taylor and Kathie Beard George Beller and Kakie Brooks Timothy and Alexandra Bender Catherine J. Bodkin Karen and Warren Boeschenstein Mozell H. Booker Susan and Butch Brodie Jacki Bryant Elizabeth Carpenter and Daniel Feigert Barrie and Bruce Carveth Center for Advanced Study of Teaching and Learning Chad and Blair Ciesil Jevonda Collier Elizabeth Conway John Conover and Virginia Daugherty

Up to $500 (continued)

Josephine Conover Andrea Copeland-Whitsett Betsy Dalgliesh Gene Ecton Davis and William Davis Devils Backbone Brewing Company Jane Dittmar and Frank Squillace Doug Dodd Bruce and Diane Dotson Bob and Pattie Downer Caitlyn Dronefield Gretchen Ellis and James Schlothauer Punky Feil Christopher Fenley Paul Freedman and Kim Langford Jim Galloway Peter Garth Greg and Kathy Gelburd Joe and Sally Gieck Ken and Heidi Graff Claudette Grant and Juandiego Wade Mary Anne Grant Heidi and Ned Gumble Jim and Sue Haden Yacov and Sonja Haimes Patricia Cluff Hallmark Karen Ham Cathryn Harding Lynn Harrelson Mark and Mary Ann Harris

Michael and Tara Harrison Fern R. Hauck Barbara Hedrick Ira Helenius Jennifer Hendrick Michael J. Henke and Judy S. Campbell Fred and Mary Hitz Holly Grove Christian Women’s Fellowship Simona Holloway-Warren Michael and Joyce Holt Richard and Susan Howard-Smith Martha and Kent Hunter Gary and Janie Hunter Elizabeth Irvin Julie Jernigan Lee and Neal Kassell John and Phyllis Kattwinkel Mark and Meg Keeley Bryce and Ann Kellams Danna Kelley Mike and Valerie Kirkman Wally and Karla Kirtley Martin and Sharla Klingel Scott and Karen Knierim Dennis and Kathy Koziol Pamela Kulbok Fred Landess James Larner Alicia Lenahan and Ronald Ignotz Dean Lhospital

Kimberly Liebsch Irene Luck Kevin Lynch Michael Mader Len and Grace Mailloux Faye Wheeler Male Carol Manning and Eric Turkheimer Jacklene Martin Leah Anne McConnell Theresa and Mark McCullough Hannah McDonald-Moniz Michael McKee Don and Mary-Lewis Meador Jane Colony Mills John L. Mitchell Mylinda Moore Debra Morgan Ralph and Diane Morini Anne Nafziger Michael Nafziger Cynthia Neilsdttr Rosemary Noona Nancy O’Brien Kevin and Maureen O’Shea Carol R. Parrish Robert Pates Christopher Pax and Joyce Brown Miranda Pax Lisa Perlbinder Paige Perriello and Neeral Shah Betsy Peyton

Cathee Phillips Eddie Pinson Judith Randle Geoff and Marie Reed Dana Rexrode Mary Rice and Fred Williamson Walker and Hallie Richmond Lorraine Rilko Pat Rintels Nancy Roche Miriam Rushfinn Ellen Russell Graham and Rebecca Scharf Ashley and Jocelyn Schauer Rusty and Laura Schundler Sharon and Stuart Scott Claudia Sencer Mary Shultis Ned and Anne Slaughter Robert T. Smith Lloyd Snook and Sheila Haughey St. Paul’s Memorial Church Betty Stokes Thomas M. Strassburg Dickie and Louise Tayloe Eric and Heidi Trebour Ron Turner and Pamela Cipriano Nancy Tuz Sharon Vadas Betty Valmarana Sharon and James Veith

Mike and Cammie Waite Caroline Walsh Mitzi Ware Doris Washington Elizabeth Weberg David and Roxanne White Page and Peggy Williams Steve and Lynanne Wilson Cecilia Woodard Leah Woody and Becky Reid Barbara Yager Meg and Richard Zakin Jessica and Jacob Zarnegar Zion Hill Baptist Church

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:

Molly Fulton Claudette Grant Teri Lamb Jon Nafziger Carolyn Pettit Mimi Scully

In loving memory of:

Ralph Feil Judith Pettit and Ruby Garber Jami Hope Trager

* includes in-kind donations

We do our best to present the most accurate information, but sometimes mistakes happen. Please bring any errors or omissions to our attention so we can correct our records.

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