Planned Parenthood Association of Utah Annual Report 2019

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ANNUAL REPORT Planned Parenthood Association of Utah Fiscal Year 2019

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Message From Our Leadership Health Care Education Advocacy Development FY19 Patient Demographics FY19 Revenue FY19 Expenses Our Senior Staff Our Board

MESSAGE FROM OUR LEADERSHIP With great challenges come the opportunity for creativity, innovation, and strength. 2019 certainly proved this to be true. Despite the loss of Title X funding, the passing of an 18-week abortion ban, and increased attacks from those against our work, we are proudly still here with our doors open serving the people of Utah as we have for the past 50 years. We would not be able to continue our work without your support. We are deeply grateful for your investment in Planned Parenthood. Your faith in our work raises the spirits of PPAU’s board and staff and the community who depend on our programs and services during these tumultuous times. It is because of your support that our community can count on Planned Parenthood, knowing our doors stay open – no matter what. On a local and national level, there is a loud, vocal minority who fights against our mission. But we know that the majority of Americans and Utahns support our work and want reproductive health care to remain accessible and affordable. We are doing all we can to protect reproductive rights and the ability for each of us to live our best lives. 2020 will be our 50th year in Utah, and we can’t wait for you to see what we have in store! But first, help us celebrate the amazing work we’ve done in 2019. As always, we want you to see the quality of our health care services, the innovations in community education programs, the visibility we have in our community, and the fun we have while fighting the “good fight” together. Please enjoy the 2019 Annual Report. We hope you are proud of the work we have done in partnership with you. You make it possible, and we are so very grateful.

Karrie Galloway President & CEO

Taylor Snyder Board Chair


HEALTH CARE Through our work across the state of Utah, we aim to create a community where every child is a wanted child, where people make informed and responsible health decisions, and where everyone has access to high-quality, affordable reproductive health care.

Birth Control Birth control pills IUDs Depo-Provera Shots NuvaRing Implant Condoms & diaphragms Emergency Contraception 4

55,823 3,898 7,381 9,592 1,229 1000+ 9,037

Patients served: 48,639 See page 13 for more patient demographics

STI Testing & Treatment Chlamdyia Gonorrhea HIV


25,175 25,175 5,466

Logan Health Center

Ogden Health Center

Cancer Screenings & Prevention Pap smears HPV vaccines Breast & Testicular Exams

3,817 145 12,560

West Valley Health Center South Jordan Health Center

Metro Health Center Salt Lake Health Center Administration Office

Orem Health Center

Other Services Pregnancy testing & information Abortion Vasectomy

15,432 2,226 88

St. George Health Center


EDUCATION Through our innovative and research based education programs, we work hard to provide all Utahns with the accurate, reliable information they need to make responsible decisions and stay healthy.

Education Program Participants: 11,257 Participants by Setting Community Organizations: 4,100 Justice System: 75 School/After School: 6,362 Substance Abuse Programs: 270 Government Agencies: 450 Participants by Age Elementary School: 4,278 Middle School: 1,689 High School: 2,538 College: 731 Adults Over 25: 2,021 Participants by Ethnicity Not Latino/Hispanic: 62% Latino/Hispanic: 38% 6

Program Spotlights

During the 2018-2019 school year, Teen Council had 37 members in three locations representing Salt Lake County West, Salt Lake County East, and Summit/Wasatch. Counties. They completed 3,785 one on one education sessions, gave 225 presentations, and reached 4,458 people!

This powerful program helps improve teen health through access to sex education. The Youth Leadership Council helps teens develop leadership skills and design a community mobilization project to positively influence teen sexual health.


ADVOCACY Planned Parenthood is advancing a culture of proud and authentic sexuality and identity, free from stigma and judgment. We are doing this by advocating for laws, policies, and every day practices that support and promote sexual and reproductive freedom. Community Engagment:


Active Volunteers: 81

Events Tabled: 57

Current Number of Ambassadors: 9,439

Volunteers Tabling Hours: 723

Planned Parenthood Action Council was thrilled to support Kat Martinez in her successful campaign for Muray City Council. Kat joined our ambassador program in 2016 and has been a huge advocate for reproductive rights. We know she will do great things for Murray City!

Top Social Posts:

Social Media: Followers: 6.97k Impressions: 1.26m Followers: 1.65k Impressions: 271k* *data only from Aug-Dec 2019

Followers: 1.39k Impressions: 136k


Total Clubs: 8

Utah State University

Weber State University

University of Utah

Westminister College

During the 2019 legislative session, Utah legislators passed an 18-week abortion ban. We, along with the ACLU, are suing the state to stop this unconstitutional ban. The ban is not in effect during the lawsuit.

Utah Valley University

Utah State University Eastern

Southern Utah University Dixie State University


We have SURF clubs at 8 college campuses, reaching thousands of young people across the state through outreach, events, and campus organizing.


DEVELOPMENT We are more grateful than ever for the support of our generous donors, who in these uncertain times, make it possible for us to keep our promise that “these doors stay open� every day.

The 32nd annual Logan Chocolate Festival saw record attendance this year and raised nearly $34,000 for our Logan Health Center.


We are proud to say that our donor base consists of very diverse communities throughout the state. We value all donations from $1.00 to $100,000 and are so appreciative of Utahns support of reproductive health care and education. Over the last fiscal year we engaged a record breaking number of new supporters & donors totaling 1,255!

Planned Parenthood was founded on the radical idea that access to sexual and reproductive health care and education could change lives, communities, and the world. Since then, Planned Parenthood has empowered millions to take control of their own bodies — and their own destinies. Help us continue that legacy. Remembering Planned Parenthood in your will, a trust, or through an annuity is one of the most meaningful gifts you can give future generations. How it works: • Name Planned Parenthood Association of Utah in your will, living trust, or as a beneficiary of your retirement or investment account. • Document your bequest with PPAU by contacting Tim Johns at or at 801.532.1586 You will need the following information: Planned Parenthood Association of Utah 654 South 900 East Salt Lake City, UT 84102 Employer Identification Number (EIN): 87-0288909 11

OUR MISSION Planned Parenthood Association of Utah’s mission is to empower Utahns of all ages to make informed choices about their sexual health, ensure access to affordable, quality health care and education, and protect their right to do so.


PATIENTS Total: 48,639

Female 82% Male 18%

over 40 7%

under 20 19%

30 - 40 21%

Insurance 34% 20 - 29 53%

No Insurance 66%


REVENUE Total: $12.6m

13% Other Income 18% Federal Funding 21% Contributions

20% Client Fees

1% Medicaid

27% Insurance


EXPENSES Total: $10.2m 3% Development 7% Public Affairs 6% Education

17% Administration 67% Clinic Services



Annabel Sheinberg

Heather Stringfellow

Karrie Galloway

Lesley Bailey

Vice President, Learning & Partnerships

President and Chief Executive Officer

Penny Davies

Vice President, Clinical Services


Vice President, Public Policy

Chief Financial Officer

Tim W. Johns

Vice President, Development

BOARD 2019-2020

Taylor M. Snyder, MPH Chair Maryann Martindale Vice Chair Karen Halladay, CPA, MBA Treasurer Lydia LaSalle, MPA Secretary Lindsay Barenz, JD Jenny Bell, MD Ann Dent Joan Draper, JD Samantha Castleton, LCSW Dr. Forrest C. Crawford Alexandra Grosvenor Eller, MD

Therus Kolff, MD, MPH Jazmin Martinez David B. Midget Carol A. Okumura, MPH Michael Ramon Aguilar, MA Tina Ruga, BSN, MS Nancy E. Sassano, PhD Aharon D. Shulimson, PhD, MSCP Katherine Venti, JD Danielle Watters Marzelli Neil Webster, JD Yehemy S. Zavala Orozco

Jasmine Despain Lynn Hoffman-Brouse, MFA Tania Knauer, MBA



Planned Parenthood Association of Utah 654 South 900 East Salt Lake City, Utah 84102 (801) 532-1586 Federal Identification Number: 87-0288909 © 2019, Planned Parenthood Association of Utah.

All patient numbers are for Fiscal Year 2019 (July 1, 2018—June 30, 2019). All photos by Planned Parenthood Association of Utah, Planned Parenthood Federation of America, or purchased stock images.

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