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Kids In Need Foundation:

n Has distributed more than $350 million in school supplies to low-income schools free of charge

n Has awarded $1,000,000 in grants to teachers

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n Serves 1.6 million students and 100,000 teachers anually

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The Foundation supports a national network of 25 Resource Centers, or free stores, that benefit needy children by welcoming teachers from low-income schools to shop for school supplies and teaching aids for use in the classroom. There is no charge to the Resource Centers, the donors, or the students for these supplies. To expand our service outside the cities currently served by the Kids In Need National Network of Resource Centers, the Foundation offers the School Box program.

The Kids In Need Teacher Grants program provides certified K-12 teachers with funding to conduct innovative classroom projects. With generous support from the business community, the Foundation is proud to assist our most creative and important educational resource - our nation’s teachers.


Welcome from Dave Smith, executive director of the Kids In Need Foundation. Our mission is to ensure that every child is prepared to learn and succeed by providing free school supplies nationally to students most in need. This 18-month calendar will give you the facts and figures of how we did that in 2010, an Annual Report with a purpose, because we want you to think about the children who need your assistance now and in the future, as well as those you’ve helped in the past. Kids In Need is proud to say that we’ve handled your investment in these children in a fiscally sound manner and have received Charity Navigator’s four-star rating again for having done so. In 2010, 98 percent of the revenue we received went directly to programs. Very few nonprofit organizations can make that claim. Also astounding, even to us, is that we procure $32 worth of school supplies for every $1 donated to us. That is up from $25 just a year ago. One of the reasons we continue to grow and thrive is our development of partnerships with responsible corporate citizens and with likeminded nonprofit organizations. One that is most appealing is our joint venture agreement with Adopt-A-Classroom, a nonprofit with a mission very closely aligned with ours: to get school supplies into classrooms for teachers and students. This partnership has the potential of reaching virtually every classroom in America, and some of the ways we’ll work together to support education we’ve not even thought of yet! Kids In Need thanks you for the role you’ve had and will have in helping children who would otherwise do without the school supplies they need to actually get the school supplies they need. What a triumph it is to assist these children, and we happily share the moments with you. Sincerely, ®

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David H. Smith Executive Director

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Kids In Need Teacher Grants Sponsored by

Two hundred and seventy teachers nationwide were awarded a total of more than $108,000 to purchase supplies for students participating in innovative classroom projects funded by the Kids In Need Teacher Grants program.


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Kids In Need School Box Program Students in 18 communities not served by Kids In Need affiliates received free school supplies through School Box programs. These school supply giveaway programs are sponsored by corporations, individuals, and organizations interested in providing support for children most in need in their local communities.


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2010 Statistics 速

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Kids In Need National Network n 25 Resource Centers

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$44.9 million in product distributed to Resource Centers n n Served: 3,434 Schools 1.6 million children 68,160 teachers n 98,372 teacher visits n 13th annual Summit held in Orlando attended by 89 people, representing 32 free stores nationwide

School Box Program n 7,409 Children Served Teacher Grants Program n $108,000 Awarded To Teachers

n Approximately 25,000 students benefited from the funded projects

Approximately 100,000 teachers are served by the combined programs of Kids In Need


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Highlights of 2010 • Entered into joint venture agreement with Adopt-A-Classroom liv es .

• The Kids In Need Foundation jumped into social networking with both feet, having a presence on a number of websites, as well as several education and mommy blogs.

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• Named as a participant in Target’s Valentine promotion Super Love Sender campaign. This brought not only an additional financial donation but also much needed publicity. • Received promotional support and donated product from Wet Ones and EXPO dry erase markers and was included in their TV commercials. • At the end of the year, added two new Resource Centers to the National Network, Operation: Kid Equip Teachers’ Annex in Troy, MI, and Teacher’s Supply Closet in Charleston, SC. • Increased website traffic by 33 percent over last year. • Welcomed Travelers Club Luggage as a licensee. • Introduced the new Foundation “documentary” at the Gala, our most successful fundraising event since 2005.

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The Kids In Need Foundation & Adopt-A-Classroom Joint Venture Kids In Need provides free school supplies through 25 Resource Centers, through a Teacher Grants program, and through a community school supplies giveaway program. Adopt-A-Classroom is also dedicated to getting supplies to students and teachers. They give teachers the opportunity to register their needs online, www.adoptaclassroom.org, and then offer the information to companies and individuals who may be willing to donate funds to purchase the items. It’s understandable that we’re friends. Our organizations don’t want to compete with each other, we want to collaborate to achieve the same goal: to ensure teachers and students get supplies. Kids In Need and Adopt-A-Classroom work with many of the same companies to get help for students and teachers, such as Target, OfficeMax, and others.

What This Partnership Means

• Virtually every educator in the U.S. teaching students in need now has access to free school supplies, either through the Kids In Need National Network or through Adopt-A-Classroom.

• The Kids In Need and Adopt-A-Classroom joint venture gives donors more options as well. • The collaboration is an excellent indicator to corporations, teachers, and other individuals that the similar missions of Kids In Need and Adopt-AClassroom takes precedence over any competitiveness that could exist between the two nonprofit organizations. • The joint venture between Kids In Need and Adopt-A-Classroom heightens awareness, not only of the two organizations, but of the opportunity that exists to invest in the future lives of children by addressing the critical need for school supplies.

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• This collaboration means more students who face a major barrier to their success at school can achieve their potential in the classroom.

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Todd Smith Tom Caulfield Tom Haggard Tom Hughes-Koval Williamson Tombow Tony & Toni Beitz Top Flight, Inc. Topco Associates LLC Tops Products Total Class Creative TRAVELERS CLUB LUGGAGE, INC. TREND enterprises, Inc. Trends International Tropico Imports, LTD Turtle Island Twirl Events Unicorn Graphics Unison United Health Group United Stationers Supply Co United Supply Corporation Universal McCann University Of Minnesota Amplatz Childrens Hospital Up With Paper Use Less Stuff Varitronics, A Brady Business Vera Bowman Verizon Foundation Verl & Kathi Howard Via Credit Union Vijay & Jill Shankar Virco Vissfun Vivian W.H, Maze Company Waldor Products Wallies WallPops Wall Art Walmart Walter Seed Company Water Promotions Wausau Paper We-Care.com Weinstein Organization Wells Fargo Bank Wendy Sieman Westendorf Printing Westport Corporation Whitney Bros. Co. William & Alice Douthit William J Sandberg William P Whitehorn Wincraft Woodcraft Industries Woodline Works Corp World Packing Corp. World Trend, Inc. World Vision Worldwideline Wow Line Yafa Pen YMCA of Greater Richmond Youth Impact Program Zebra Pen Corporation Zorina

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The 2010 Summit Hosted by A Gift For Teaching, the National Network affiliate in Orlando, the Summit continued to provide an ideal arena for the exchange of ideas and best practices among the staffs and volunteers operating free stores for teachers across the United States.

Summit Topics

• Customer Service • School Supply Drives • Local Product Procurement • Volunteer Management • Recruitment and Retention of Donors • Measuring and Reporting Outcomes • Recruitment and Retention of Board Members • Logistics Management • Grant Writing • Teacher/School Communication • Marketing and Public Relations • Social Networking • Leveraging Technology


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Sponsored by

Guest Speaker: George Buckley, Chairman, President, & CEO of 3M

Teacher of the Year Award Winners:

Terri Cloyde Madill Elementary Madill, OK

Sally Reagan Portland High School Portland, OR

Pat Kaynaroglu West Park Elementary Leadville, CO


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2010 Volunteers

Executive Committee n Brad Demsky, Chair ArtSkills n James A. Beitz, Vice Chair n Bill Douthit, Treasurer n Phil Wenzell, Secretary MWV n Kathy Hirko, Immediate Past Chair Independent Insurance Broker

Finance Committee n Bill Douthit, Chair n Mark Davis It’s Academic n Al Nelson Target n Phil Wenzell MWV Fundraising Committee n Phil Wenzell, Co-Chair MWV n Paul Bierhaus, Co-Chair n Sean Clark BUYSEASONS, Inc. n Chris Cosgrove Cosgrove Sales, Inc. n Corey Funkey Fibre-Craft Materials n Pete Vidmar Vidmar Company Resource Center Committee n James A. Beitz, Chair n Paul Bierhaus n Barbara Deeds Cleveland Kids In Need Resource Center n Bill Douthit n Tom Haggard Crayons to Computers n Romanita Hairston World Vision n Jeanne Mock Target n Wayne Rankin World Vision n Steve Rubenstein Crayons to Classrooms n Maureen Wilt Florida Power & Light

Marketing/PR Committee n Mary Little Lester, Co-Chair MPL Public Relations n Laura Pierce, Co-Chair Liggett Stashower n Stacia Andersen Target n Christopher Farley Zebra Pen Corporation n Josh Golden Euro RSCG Worldwide n Kathy Hirko Independent Insurance Broker n Matt Kasindorf Universal McCann

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Financial Statements As provided by Brady Ware & Schoenfeld, Inc.

We have reviewed the statements of financial position of Kids In Need Foundation as of December 31, 2010 and 2009, and the related statements of activities and cash flows for the years then ended (not presented herein), in accordance with Statement of Standards for Accounting and Review Services issued by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. All information included in these financial statements is the representation of the management of Kids In Needs Foundation. A review consists principally of inquiries of Organization personnel and analytical procedures applied to financial data. It is substantially less in scope than an audit in accordance with auditing standards generally accepted in the United States of America, the objective of which is the expression of an opinion regarding the financial statements taken as a whole. Accordingly, we do not express such an opinion. Based on our review, with the exception of the matter described in the following paragraph, we are not aware of any material modifications that should be made to the accompanying financial statement in order for them to be in conformity with generally accepted accounting principles.

The condensed financial statements presented herein are presented as a summary and, therefore, do not include statement of cash flows or note disclosures required by accounting principles generally accepted in the United States of America. A full reviewed financial statement is available by contacting the Kids In Need Foundation. CONDENSED STATEMENTS OF FINANCIAL POSITION CONDENSED STATEMENTS OF ACTIVITIES 12/31/10 12/31/09 12/31/10 12/31/09 UNRESTRICTED NET ASSETS Cash $345,100 $264,649 Support and Revenue $46,334,878 $39,395,432 Pledge Receivables 10,580 12,800 Net Assets Released from Restrictions 6,500 54,717 Prepaid Expenses 11,006 10,139 46,341,378 39,450,149 Investments 238,961 122,449 Expenses - Equipment, net 18,350 23,811 Program Services Other assets 2,346 2,346 Materials-in-kind - Kids in Need 44,993,205 38,179,254 Resource Center - Kids in Need & Summit 82,164 116,827 Total Assets $626,343 $436,194 Teacher grants 109,546 114,032 School Box Program 79,889 19,712 Other programs 62,257 59,055 Supporting Services Management and General 672,574 653,732 Fund Development 143,824 126,311 Total Expenses 46,143,459 39,268,923 Increase in Unrestricted Net Assets 197,919 181,226 RESTRICTED NET ASSETS Liabilities $140,377 $141,647 Support and Revenue - 6,500 Net Assets Released from Restrictions (6,500) (54,717) Net assets - Unrestricted 480,966 283,047 Net assets - Temporarily Restricted - 6,500 Net assets - Permanently Restricted 5,000 5,000 Decrease in Temporarily Restricted Net Assets (6,500) (48,217) Total Liabilities and Net Assets $626,343 $436,194 CHANGE IN NET ASSETS $191,419 $133,009


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The Kids In Need Foundation hopes to become your CHARITY OF CHOICE, as we have for many other corporations, including ArtSkills, Dixon Ticonderoga Company, Elmer’s Products, MeadWestvaco, OfficeMax Inc., Staples, and Target.

n 98% of every dollar donated goes to programs n for every $1 donated, we can provide $32 worth of free school supplies to students and teachers

Companies and individuals can make donations online at www.kinf.org, or complete the form below and mail or fax it to the Kids In Need Foundation. Corporate

q $25,000 q $5,000

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q $1,000 q Other ______

Please check method of payment. q Check is enclosed. (Please make checks payable to Kids In Need Foundation) q Please send invoice. q Credit card payment. q MC q VISA q AmEx Name on card (Please Print)_____________________________________________ Card No. ________________________________ Exp. Date _______________ Signature _______________________________ Date __________________ Under what name do you want this donation acknowledged on the Foundation Honor Roll? ________________________________________________________________ Donor Name ____________________________________ Title___________________________________________ Company _________________________________________________________ Address ________________________ City _______________ ST ____ Zip ______ Phone Number _________________ Email ________________________________ Fax: 937-296-1215

We greatly appreciate your support of the Kids In Need Foundation. Thank you.

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Printing Compliments of

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Dave Smith Executive Director dave.smith@kinf.org

Kristine Cohn Senior Director of Development and Corporate Partnerships kristine.cohn@kinf.org Darren Haper Resource Center Specialist darrenh@kinf.org Penny Hawk Managing Director pennyh@kinf.org

Jennifer Howard Director of Technology jennh@kinf.org

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Jennifer Lehman Director of Donor Relations and Gift-In-Kind jenl@kinf.org Jeanne Mock Director of National Accounts jeannem@kinf.org Becky Shaw Accounting Director beckys@kinf.org

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Lesley Walton Manager of Gift-In-Kind lesleyw@kinf.org


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