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maxSINGER NUMEROUS CLIENTS STRATEGIC MESSAGING COPY AND CONCEPTS DESIGN DIRECTION ART DIRECTION CLIENT CONTACT ON PRESS


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thework LATINOJUSTICE PRLDEF LOGO IDENTITY SYSTEM CORPORATE BROCHURES ANNUAL REPORTS LETTERHEADS WEB BANNERS SLIDESHOW IMAGES


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JAZZ AT LINCOLN CENTER THE EDUCATIONAL ALLIANCE DESIGN & DESIGN DIRECTION INFORMATION DESIGN


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“Environmental leaders don’t grow on trees.” YALE SCHOOL OF ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES

MUSEUM OF THE HISTORY OF POLISH JEWS

CAPABILITIES BROCHURE

CAPITAL CAMPAIGN WEBSITE COLLATERAL

“So that our songs will be sung again, our stories retold, our achievements lauded, our joys celebrated...” “Van Gogh. Still life artist.Vanguard. Still live artists.” VANGUARD STAFFING ADVERTISING


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PERSONAL NEW ORLEANS PHOTO ALLIANCE NYCFLASH DESIGN PRODUCTION


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JEWISH FUNDERS NETWORK SCMC LATINOJUSTICE BIDE-A-WEE JUILLIARD BLACK MINISTRY DESIGN & DESIGN DIRECTION ILLUSTRATION


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MOUNT SINAI MEDICAL CENTER CCNY PROJECT HOPE DESIGN & DESIGN DIRECTION INFORMATION DESIGN CONSTRUCTION BLUEPRINTS


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AWARD-WINNING EDITORIAL ILLUSTRATOR

ART DIRECTORS CLUB OF NEW YORK SOCIETY OF ILLUSTRATORS PUSH PIN STUDIO

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DESIGN & DESIGN DIRECTION INFORMATION DESIGN PHOTO EDITING


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DESIGN & DESIGN DIRECTION PRODUCTION SITE MAINTENANCE

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NYCFLASH

MARKETING STRATEGY BRANDING AND IDENTITY WEBSITE E-NEWSLETTERS INTERACTIVE CATALOG TWITTER COPY


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WORTH JUILLIARD ASARCO SOROS FOUNDATION ZICKLIN SCHOOL OF BUSINESS BARUCH COLLEGE DESIGN & DESIGN DIRECTION ART DIRECTION PRODUCTION COPY


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FInanCIaL StatEMENt

Board of TrusTees

SummarizeS Statement of activity and changeS in net aSSetS for the year ended June 30, 2008

Year ended 6/30/08

Revenue Contributions from Individuals, Corporations and Foundations Grants from uS Government Agencies Gifts in Kind Program Revenue Legacies and Trusts Dividends, Interest and Miscellaneous Income Gain (Loss) on Investments ToTAL Revenue exPenSeS PRoGRAM SeRvICeS: Prevention of Blindness and Malnutrition ChILDSIGhT®

Year ended 6/30/07

$

18,662,314

$

18,547,213

11,016,090 60,318,950 35,940 769,770

7,843,353 58,483,354 31,238 860,853

242,394 45,807

190,141 51,381

$

90,999,651

$

86,007,533

TRAChoMA TSunAMI, FAMIne AnD oTheR ReLIeF SeRvICeS nuTRITIon onChoCeRCIASIS eye heALTh neGLeCTeD TRoPICAL DISeASeS GIFTS In KInD

$

1,958,696 794,773 469,150 17,272,332 833,139 2,249,769 1,086,515 60,443,463

$

2,282,964 787,025 1,049,004 13,332,204 1,275,808 2,082,768 — 59,198,589

Total Prevention of Blindness and Malnutrition Management and General Fundraising

$

85,107,837 4,313,974 808,364

$

80,008,363 3,955,420 634,531

ToTAL exPenSeS

$

90,230,175

$

84,598,314

other Changes

ChAnGe In neT ASSeTS net Assets, Beginning of year net Assets, end of year

$ $

127,195 642,281 13,756,687 14,398,968

137,183

$ $

1,546,402 12,210,285 13,756,687

statement of activity for the year ended June 30, 2008

Grants 35.8%

FundraIsInG 2.7%

other* 3.6%

Bradford Perkins, FAIA, MRAIC, AICP chair Nancy Smith Lione vice chair & Secretary Robert M. Thomas, Jr. treasurer Ray J. Acosta Gerald S. Adolph Henry C. Barkhorn III Randy C. Belcher Jennifer A. Buda Mary L. Burton Howard Cohn, M.D. Anne L. Coleman, M.D., Ph.D. Mary F. Crawford Kate Ganz Jean-Pierre Habicht, M.D., M.P.H., Ph.D. Anne F. Keating David P. LeCause Wendy D. Lee, CFA Paul H. Phaneuf Louis D. Pizzarello, M.D., M.P.H. Lawrence J. Ramer Bruce E. Spivey, M.D., M.S., M.Ed.

senior ManageMenT TeaM Kathy Spahn President and chief executive officer Shawn K. Baker, M.P.H. vice President and regional director, africa Alix de Nicolay managing director, helen Keller international europe Nancy J. Haselow, M.P.H. vice President and regional director, asia-Pacific Jennifer S. Klopp vice President, development and communications Nicholas Kourgialis vice President, eye health Victoria J. Quinn, M.Sc., Ph.D. Senior vice President, Programs Elspeth E. Taylor Senior vice President, finance and operations and chief financial officer Lori S. Tiller, M.S., SPHR vice President, human resources aS of January 2009

Technical advisory coMMiTTee Jack Bagriansky, M.A., M.P.H. Martin Bloem, M.D., Ph.D. Parul Christian, Dr.P.H. Bruce Cogill, Ph.D. Nathan Congdon, M.D., M.P.H. Paul Courtright, Dr.P.H. Yankum Dadzie, M.D. Ian Darnton-Hill, Ph.D., M.P.H. Frances Davidson, M.Sc., Ph.D. Saskia de Pee, Ph.D. Alan Fenwick, Ph.D. Agnes Guyon, M.D., M.P.H. Danny Haddad, M.D. Andrew Hall, M.Sc., Ph.D. Adrian Hopkins, M.D. Peter J. Hotez, M.D., Ph.D. Quentin Johnson Bruno Kistner Anna Lartey, M.Sc., Ph.D. Bonnie McClafferty, M.A., M.P.A. Marilyn Miller, M.D. Gretel Pelto, Ph.D. Thulasiraj Ravilla, M.B.A. Robert Ritch, M.D. Marie Ruel, Ph.D. Eva Santos, M.D. Richard Semba, M.D., M.P.H. Florentino Solon, M.D., M.P.H. Alfred Sommer, M.D., M.H.S. Rosalind Stevens, M.D. Rebecca Stoltzfus, Ph.D. Louis-Albert Tcheum Tchuenté, M.Sc., Ph.D. Emily Wainwright, M.Sc. Shelia West, Ph.D.

helen Keller inTernaTional europe (hKie) Board Howard C. Cohn, M.D. President Patrick Albrand Bertrand Badré Frédéric Beauvais Henri Chibret Christiane Guerlain Docteur Olivier Le Quoy Diane Segalen Kathy Spahn Bernard van Marken My Linh Vu-Grégoire

manaGement and GeneraL 14.5%

revenue

ContrIbutIons 60.6%

exPenses

Designed and produced by Jessica Weber Design, Inc., www.jwdnyc.com Written by Dennis Lonergan

HELEN KELLER INTERNATIONAL MARKETING STRATEGY FOR CAPABILITIES BROCHURES AND ANNUAL REPORTS

www.hki.org 212 532 0544 877 keller 4 (1 877 535 5374 toll free # in the u.s.)

helen Keller International works in the most vulnerable countries around the world with main offices in new York, africa, asia and europe

aFrICa reGIonaL oFFICe 11 nord FoIre aZur, daKar, seneGaL asIa-PaCIFIC reGIonaL oFFICe P.o. box 168 Phnom Penh KInGdom oF CambodIa heLen KeLLer InternatIonaL euroPe 68 bIs, bouLevard PereIre 75017 ParIs, FranCe + 33 1 47 64 11 30 hKI and hKIe are affiliated non-profit, non-governmental organizations registered in the u.s. and France respectively and are united in a common mission to prevent blindness and malnutrition.

PreventIon oF bLIndness and maLnutrItIon 82.8%

noTeS To PIe ChARTS: *[1] “other” includeS Program revenue; legacieS and truStS; dividendS, intereSt and miScellaneouS income; realized gain (loSS) on inveStmentS. [2] Pie chartS do not include giftS in Kind (giK). if they did, giK would rePreSent 66% of total revenue, and Program exPenSeS would be 94% of the total.

heLen KeLLer InternatIonaL 352 ParK avenue south 12th FLoor neW YorK, nY 10010

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AnnuAl RepoRt

2008


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