Annual report august 22 2017

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Annual Report 2016

Board of Directors Directors: (Alphabetical Order) President: Ilana Levine Natalia Cucalรณn Marc Groothaert Mรณnica Machado Patricia Mora Diana Palacio Magdalena Sartori Cristina Serna Hans Rudi Spillman Dina Rothstein Nicolรกs Rueda Natalia Sguerra Sebastiรกn Uribe

Development Director: Margarita Rosas Contact Information Website: Email: Facebook: @bambihomescolombia Tel: 917-929-1711 Address: P.O. Box 231542, New York, NY

The first five years have so much to do with how the next 80 turn out� Bill Gates

Our Mission

American Friends of the Bambi Homes Colombia is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Our mission is to help underprivileged children in Colombia through our homes and our programs. Our homes are located in BogotĂĄ, Cali, DariĂŠn, and Medellin, supporting 1,100 children annually.

Our Mission

In our Colombian Homes we provide support and care for children in extreme vulnerability (abandoned, victims of forced displacement, abused or mistreated children) in order to restore their physical and psychological well-being. At each of our homes, every child receives professional attention from an interdisciplinary group of psychologists, social workers, nutritionists, doctors and caregivers.

Our Model “Bambi Homes is the most distinguished model of early childhood intervention in Colombia. The model promotes early childhood development not only through care and protection but also through education, stimulation, nutrition, physical health and actively involving the community and the families.� Diego Molano, former director of ICBF

Bambi Homes unique model articulates and aligns the work of national and local governments, private sector, international cooperation, and local community around early childhood development. “It Takes a Village to raise a child” African Proverb

“The first five years have so much to do with how the next 80 turn out” Bill Gates

FY2016 beneficiaries children’s families Demographic Data 20% Teen moms 80% Single moms 65% Mothers with only Elementary education

25% Violence displaced families 40% Families from minorities and vulnerable groups (indigenous and afro-colombian)

FY2016 Children’s families Demographic Data

Impact In 2016, we served more than 1,100 children from 0 to 6 years old across our four homes. 100%


External Care supervision

80% 60% 206 40% 225

Day Care Day and Night Care

20% 217

Government custody


Note: External care supervision: monitor and control of children in foster care. Government custody: care of children completely abandon by their family.

Bogota 562 Darien 76 Cali 238

By: Leidy Diana Perez Velez


Medellin 237

Impact In 2016, the program for parents economic empowerment –PROMEFA benefited 337 parents with training and support. 337

PROMEFA Areas of Intervention

350 300 173

250 200 150



100 50 0 Life Project

High School Graduation

Job Training

Entrepreneurialism and Microfinance

In 2016, 60% of the Parents served by PROMEFA improved their socioeconomic conditions and family income 60% Parents Improve their Income


“I came to Bambi Homes as a teen mother looking for support for my children, but thanks to God there was PROMEFA. Through the program, I not only learned new skills but also I showed my children an example of how to overcome difficulties. Thanks to everybody for believing in us, we all came without hope and here we find hope and we learn to value ourselves� Program Mom

Our 2016’s net income ($189k) will be invested in 2017 in Medellin Bambi’s new home (total project cost $1m)


2016 Revenue: 17%

0% 12%

Auction Sponsors 12%


Auction Tickets and Donations Auction Art Sale General Donations Grants


2016 Expenses 23%



Auction NYC 66%

Operational Programs

Art Auctions



177,521 147,897



Art Auctions

Five Be Part Art Auctions, 7 years, $723k fundraised





0 2009





157 Latin American art pieces sold 44

Artwork pieces

50 45


40 35


30 25 20

24 18

15 10 5 0 2009





Art Auctions 2016 News

Preliminary design

Bambi Homes developed an strategic alliance with the private sector, and Medellin local government to build a new home to benefit nearly 500 children. The project total cost is $1M. AF Bambi Homes 2016 and 2017 net income will contribute to this project.

2016 News

Art Auctions Diana Palacio, Bambi Homes Colombia CEO, was recognized as one of the ten best 2016 Colombian National Leaders for her work articulating private, public and international cooperation on behalf of the Colombian early childhood.

Thank you!

FY 2016 Supporters

Grants FANA Individual Donors: Thomas Tatum Philippa Calnan Patricia Mora Bill García Juan Pablo Dávila Pedro Caballero Casper Sanderson Jhon J Sepúlveda Auction Sponsors Individuals: Dina Rothstein and Phil Austern Alexandra Fritz Khoudari and Ernesto Khoudari Companies: Arquitectura y Concreto Aviomar Christie’s Coatue Foundation Gancia Grupo BanColombia Hotel Esencia Kassatex So? With attitute? Sycale Advisors

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