2016 Annual Report

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Jefferson Area CHiP

annual report 2016

CHiP Family and Friends,

A Message from the Executive Director

We have had a great, busy and challenging year at Jefferson Area CHiP! As we gear up for the challenges of 2017, it’s good to remember some of the joys of 2016. • Our partnership with Piedmont Pediatrics, the first of its kind in Virginia and perhaps the country, helped us to serve 35 new families and learn about the benefits of working directly with a physician practice. • We received a three-year grant from the Adiuvans Foundation and have created a new neighborhood outreach team. Based near downtown and focusing on several of our community’s most economically challenged neighborhoods, the team will serve an additional 75-80 children and their families. • Overall, CHIP partnered with 365 families (one for each day of the year!), creating a brighter and healthier future for 560 children. Your support of the work of CHIP makes these new initiatives possible, and makes a critical difference in the health and future of children who need support the most. For everything that may change, the math for children in our community is the same. Babies have about 2,000 days from birth to their arrival at kindergarten. Those 2,000 days are critical in the healthy development of each child. Given the opportunity and support, families can overcome barriers and can provide nurturing homes for their children. As we meet the challenges of the year ahead, CHIP is committed to walking side by side with the families we serve. Whatever we face, we are happy to know that CHIP families, staff, board and supporters will face them together. We hope you will drop in and say hello! Thanks for all you do! With warmest regards, Jon Nafziger Executive Director

From Our Board Chair Dear CHiP Partners, As a mom, I know how difficult raising children can be, even under less challenging circumstances than most of our CHiP families face. The key to these families’ success is teamwork. CHiP teams up with families to offer them support, encouragement, information, and access to resources, which empowers them and allows them to navigate their way to success and self-sufficiency. It’s powerful. But the teamwork doesn’t end there. CHiP cannot do the work it does without the support of our community – your support. You are a critical member of the CHiP team, and your support extends to all of the families working with CHiP. Your good will and generosity energizes us all, and I thank you. Sincerely, Sharla Klingel, Chair Jefferson Area CHiP Board of Directors

Our Board of Directors 2016 Sharla P. Klingel, Esq., Chair Robert Boyle, M.D. Shane Cook Barry Fontaine Mary E. Gibson, Ph.D., R.N. Lila Heymann, L.C.S.W., M.A. Sharon Millner, M.Ed. Jim Ogan, M.D. Valerie Palamountain, M.S. Carolyn Pettit Walker Richmond Vickie Southall, M.S.N., R.N. Mimi Scully Andrea Tribastone, M.D. Autumn Wade, P.M.P., P.M.I.-A.C.P. Elizabeth Willingham

CHiP’s mission: We partner with families to create nurturing home environments and promote the health and well-being of children in our community. We:

Financial Summary for FY2016*

Promote family health and well-being through health assessments, health education, and 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.

Our Staff

WHERE OUR MONEY COMES FROM 43% Local Government $725,703 30% CHIP of Virginia $497,738** 16% Individuals and Foundations $265,276 8% United Way $141,815 3% Fee for Service $52,547 Other $957 Total Revenues for FY2016: $1,684,036 WHERE OUR MONEY GOES 87% Program Services $1,311,576 7% Management $100,137 6% Fundraising $87,872 Total Expenses for FY2016: $1,499,495 *FY16 runs July 1, 2015-June 30, 2016 **Includes funds restricted for use in FY17

CHiP’s home visiting program is so effective because of the trusted relationships our diverse, knowledgeable, and compassionate staff build with CHiP families.

Equipping and empowering families, We meet families right where they live, with

3,777 home visits

in 2016.

Families enrolled in CHiP are less likely to have low birthweight and preterm babies, and CHiP babies spend 44% fewer days in the NICU. On average, one day in the NICU costs $3,000 or more.

83 pregnant moms received prenatal case management.

39 teens

who were pregnant or parenting got help keeping focused on their education and their futures. 6 of our 7 senior Parenteen moms graduated from high school last spring. That’s delivering hope... two generations at a time.

560 kids

were healthier, happier, and better prepared for school, and parents gained confidence in their role as their child’s first and best teacher.

strengthening our community.

93 refugee families were served by our diverse and culturally competent staff.

CHiP WORKS. Data shows that after one year with CHiP, 100% of children have a medical home.

20 graduates who successfully achieved a level of parenting knowledge and skill to graduate from CHiP services.

97% of parents

demonstrate positive parent-child interaction.

91% of children were up

to date on their immunizations.

91% of children had met

essential milestones on the Ages and Stages Developmental screening tool, and those who needed further assessments had received them.

89% of children are up

to date on well-child visits, a 37% increase from the time of enrollment.

24 students

We provide real-world community health experience to UVA School of Nursing students each year.

3possible Imagine Award Winners show it’s to overcome significant obstacles and flourish.

80% of CHiP babies are breastfed.

75 children were enrolled in preschool programs.

67% of families have at

least one parent employed, a 14% increase from the time of enrollment.

37% decrease in the

number of families with unmet food needs.

thank you Many thanks to the following donors who made generous contributions to CHiP between January 1-December 31, 2016.

$50,000 or more Adiuvans Foundation United Way-Thomas Jefferson Area $10,000-49,999 Anonymous (3) Bama Works Fund of Dave Matthews Band in CACF Batten Family Fund in CACF The Charles Fund The Community Endowment Fund in CACF Harvest Moon Catering* The Perry Foundation The Rimora Foundation Mimi O’Connell Scully Sterba Family Fund in CACF Elizabeth Willingham $5,000-9,999 The Dammann Fund Farkas Family Foundation Folk Hero Films* Friends for Youth The Heymann Foundation Louisa County Community Fund in CACF Jim and Peggy Plews-Ogan Quantitative Investment Management Kevin and Carolyn Schuyler Silverchair Information Systems University of Virginia Children’s Hospital $2,000-4,999 Book Baskets* Elizabeth Birdsall and Eric Young Barry and Dorrie Fontaine Fred and Stasia Greenewalt Hantzmon Wiebel LLP Dennis Holmberg* Junior League of Charlottesville Maya Wood and Company* Daniel and Theresa Meenan Old Dominion National Bank Catherine Rotolo University of Virginia School of Nursing Westminster Presbyterian Church $1,000-1,999 Albemarle County Rotary Club* James Amato Eze Amos* Anonymous Carlos and Desha Armengol Rives and Carey Bailey Bob and Karen Boyle Katherine Brooks and George Beller Rip and Millie Cathcart Children’s Dentistry of Charlottesville Julie Christopher and Marge Connelly

Shane and Caroline Cook Kaye Cooper Congregation Beth Israel Martin and Alida Couric Frank and Fran Feigert Grace Episcopal Church Robert S. and Mary E. Gibson Randy and Lisa Huffman Karen Cromer Isaac Eric S. and Kelley I. Johnson Family Fund in CACF Thane Kerner Martin and Sharla Klingel William D. McGarity Sharon Millner Montague, Miller and Company Realtors Neonatal Nurse Practitioner and Pediatric Nurse Practioner Programs UVA SON Oakwood Foundation Walker and Hallie Richmond S&P Global Market Intelligence Stillfield Fund 1 Kirk and Cathy Train Andrea Tribastone and Mohan Nadkarni University of Virginia Office for Diversity and Equity Autumn Wade $500-999 Dyan Aretakis and Stuart Berr BB&T Dr. Gretchen Brantley M.D. Carter Meyers Automotive Chad and Blair Ciesil Deborah Cohn and Charlotte Patterson George and Deborah Conway Jan Dorman and Elliott Weiss Karen Fairchild Shirley S. French Carol Hurst and Jon Nafziger Dawn and Bobby Jenkins Peter and Susan Kools Robin and Barbara Lee Lenhart Pettit, Attorneys at Law Ed and Janet Miller (West Wind Foundation) Mom’s Club of Charlottesville* National Automobile Dealers Association Foundation Pediatric Associates of Charlottesville Valerie Palamountain David and Carolyn Pettit Tom Raney and Michael Swanberg Gwenyth Rankin Glenn Rust Jill Simandl Dede Smith Judy Smith Al and Vickie Southall

John and Gineane Stalfort Eric and Heidi Trebour Virginia National Bank Under $500 Aldersgate United Methodist Church Alere Informatics Daniel and Dela Alexander Anonymous(17) Curtis Argo Alisa Bahl and Ethan Long Margaret Baird David and Lori Balaban John and Alyson Ball Rich and Linda Balnave Lawrence Barnett Clark and Barbara Baumbusch Rudy Beverly Phyllis Binder Susan and Jonathan Blank Body Balancing Center* Karen and Warren Boeschenstein Mozell H. Booker Kathleen and Daniel Bowman Peter and Nancy Brooks Sumner Brown Marie Buffmire Elizabeth Carpenter and Dan Feigert Rosamund Casey Mark and Kara Chandeysson Charlottesville Derby Dames Charlottesville Friends Meeting Amy Chenoweth Robert and Janis Chevalier Steve and Carol Clarke Kristin Clarens Dave Collier and Joan Shettig Jevonda Collier Betsy Collins* Communitas Consulting Robert and Elizabeth Cook Jenn and Brian Corbey Cove Prebyterian Church Custom Ink C-VILLE Weekly Andrew and Elizabeth Darby Bridget Davis Cesar Dcroz and Michael Latsko Bruce and Diane Dotson Bob and Pattie Downer Kathleen Dubovsky* Gretchen Ellis and James Schlothauer Chris Faulkner Doug Ford and Deena Hurwitz Aaron Fein and Dahlia Lithwick Jim and Betsy Fernald First Citizens Bank Marcela Foshay Paul Freedman and Kim Langford Elizabeth Frieberg

thank you Your support makes amazing things happen!

Lynette Friesen Molly Fulton Sim and Donna Galazka Bryan Garey Dr. and Mrs. Joe H. Gieck Doris Glick Bill and Nancy Gordon Ned and Heidi Gumble James Haden Richard and Charity Haines Amanda Hallstead Miriam Halpern and Robert Sinkin Fern Hauck David and Polly Hawkes James and Sharon Harrigan Mark and Mary Ann Harris William and Dana Henderson Michael J. Henke and Judy S. Campbell Jon and Heather Hill Linda Hitchings Fred and Mary Hitz Holly Grove Christian Women’s Fellowship Joyce and Michael Holt Home Instead Senior Care Richard and Susan Howard-Smith Jessica Humphreys Gary and Janie Hunter Martha and Kent Hunter Ron Ignotz and Alicia Lenahan Elizabeth Irvin Jessica James Shahir and Nancy Kassam-Adams Drs. Neil and Lee Kassell Lawrence and Judith Kavanagh Mark and Meg Keeley Laurie Kelly Christine Kennedy Douglas and Deborah Kingma Mike and Valerie Kirkman Kona Ice Mark and Pender Koontz Dennis and Kathy Koziol Harriet Kuhr Pamela Kulbok Ludwig Kuttner Fred Landess James Larner Olive and Ron Lear Linda Levin Lester Peppy Linden Andrew and Deborah Lockman Amy and Seth Loveless Kevin Lynch Daniel and Anna Mairs Mark Manley Carol Manning and Eric Turkheimer G. Paul and Linda Matherne Margareta Mattsson

Robert and Cherri Marvin Jane McQueen Mark and Julie Mendelsohn Merkle|RKG Ray Mishler and Pat Smith Ralph and Diane Morini Morsel Compass Rachel Moon Heather Mullenax Matthew B. and Mary P.Y. Murray Walker and Maggie Noland Paige Nolte Richard Nuckolls Kelly O’Connell* Patrick O’Connor Matt and Jennifer Oliver Olivet Presbyterian Women Richard Osbourn Brandy Patterson and Richard Shannon Peggy Brown Paviour Susan Payne Cathee Phillips Elayne Phillips Eddie Pinson Frank and Margaret Quayle Kathy Ralston and Mike McMahan Judy Randle John and Jan Redick Jill and Christie Reed Becky Reid and Leah Woody Karen Reifenberger Paul and Amy Rentz Mary Rice Ida Rieley David and Debbie Ripley Ashley and Jocelyn Schauer David Schmidle Scitent Seminole Trail Volunteer Fire Department Sentara Martha Jefferson Hospital Alaina Schroeder Amy Smith Meri Jane Smith Phil and Julie Sparks Betty Stokes Todd and Suzanne Sturman Thomas Strassburg Jay and Elizabeth Swett Kristin and Joe Szakos Edward and Louise Tayloe Gary Taylor Anne B. Ternes George and Sally Thomas Mac and Elsie Thompson Gary and Maggie Timmons Dorothy and William Tompkins Heather Troudt James Urquhart University of Virginia Community Credit Union

Sharon Veith Mike and Cammie Waite Mitzi Ware Katherine M. Warren Wegmans Peter and Melissa Wiley Page and Peggy Williams Blair Williamson Nick and Tucker Winter Andy Wolf Dennis Womack Elizabeth Woodard * includes in-kind donations

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: Elizabeth Carpenter Shane and Caroline Cook Martin and Alida Couric Barry and Dorrie Fontaine Sharla Klingel Sharon Millner Jon Nafziger Carolyn Pettit River Rock Farm: Jill, Christie, Courtland, and Benjamin Reed Walker Richmond Mimi O’Connell Scully Elizabeth Willingham And in loving memory of: B. Wayne Hitchings Dana Woodward McGarity Twila J. Nafziger Carmela and Charles S. Rotolo Paula Zo

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