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ANNUAL REPORT FISCAL YEAR 2016


MISSION STATEMENT The mission of Planned Parenthood of the Pacific Southwest is to ensure broad public access to reproductive health care through direct service, education, and advocacy. Planned Parenthood believes in the fundamental right of each individual to manage his or her fertility, regardless of the individual’s income, marital status, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, age, national origin, or residence. We believe that respect and value for diversity in all aspects of our organization are essential to well-being. We believe that reproductive self-determination must be voluntary and preserve the individual’s right to privacy. We further believe that such self-determination will contribute to an enhancement of the quality of life and strong family relationships.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS FY 2016 Board of Directors & Executive Team

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Message from CEO & Board Chair

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Patient Demographics

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Contraception

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Summary of Services & Total Patient Visits

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Milestones

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By the Numbers

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Financial Overview

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FY 2016 Donor Listings

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Administrative Offices & Health Center Information

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BOARD CHAIR

Lisa Walters-Hoffert

VICE CHAIR

Amy Corton

TREASURER

Sabrina Martucci Johnson

SECRETARY

Kate Nyce

BOARD MEMBERS Harry Carter Joy Delman Willa Fields Susanna Flaster Claudia Galvez Veronica Henderson Nora Taylor Jaffe Joni T. Low Anton Monk, PhD Arlene Prater David Preskill, MD Kimala Price, PhD Marisa Rastetter Sonia Rhodes Paula Tapia

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EX-OFFICIO MEMBERS

Veronica Dela Rosa, PPFA BOARD MEMBER R. Elaine Hanson, MD, IMMEDIATE PAST CHAIR Abby Weiss, CHAIR, ALUMNI COUNCIL

EXECUTIVE TEAM

Darrah DiGiorgio Johnson, PRESIDENT & CEO Gary Zimble, CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER Sierra Washington, MD, MEDICAL DIRECTOR Keith Limberg, VICE PRESIDENT, DEVELOPMENT Rebecca Karpinski, VICE PRESIDENT, STRATEGY & ORGANIZATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS Nora Vargas, VICE PRESIDENT, COMMUNITY & GOVERNMENT RELATIONS Cita Walsh, VICE PRESIDENT, MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS

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DEAR FRIENDS,

In 1916, America’s very first birth control clinic opened in Brooklyn, offering basic information about family planning to a long line of visitors for a 10-cent fee. Police shut it down days later, arresting the women — the founders of Planned Parenthood — who dared to envision a world where their daughters, mothers, and sisters had the freedom to determine what path their lives would take. One hundred years later, Planned Parenthood of the Pacific Southwest is proudly making that vision a reality for thousands of people every day: transforming the health of communities, igniting a new groundswell of activists, and marching toward the day when reproductive health is acknowledged as a basic human right.

empowered consumers. By expanding the range of medical services we provide, building our power and scale in communities that need us, and intensifying our focus on the next wave of diverse change makers, Planned Parenthood of the Pacific Southwest is creating a region where justice and access to care don’t depend on who you are or where you live. Thanks to our supporters, we ended the 2016 fiscal year strong, unafraid, and united. The hopeful optimism we carry into tomorrow belongs to generations of courageous women and men who fought for the revolutionary idea that a woman should be able to determine the direction of her own destiny. It belongs to our resolute staff, our fearless providers, and our selfless volunteers. And, of course, it belongs to you. Thank you for standing with Planned Parenthood.

Last year showed us that nothing — partisan threats to strip us of funding, false accusations of improper activity, or even violence — will keep us from meeting the needs of the women and men who depend on our care. Not only has every outrageous claim against us been fully discredited, but we’re fighting to make sure the real criminals — those who would defraud, harass, and intimidate us — are held accountable. Today, our resolve to ensure that all people have the compassionate, high-quality care they deserve is as steady as ever. And we’re just getting started. This year, staff at our 18 health centers provided expert medical care to more than 137,000 unique patients during 277,000 patient visits. We also educated and gave information to nearly 64,000 people throughout San Diego, Riverside, and Imperial counties, delivering the critical care and knowledge that will enable them to lead healthy, meaningful lives. Our promise to fulfill this mission is unwavering. We’re committed to strategically advancing a culture and business model that drives equity, reflects the rapid evolution of medical care, and engages patients as

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Darrah DiGiorgio Johnson PRESIDENT & CEO

Lisa Walters-Hoffert CHAIR, BOARD OF DIRECTORS

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PATIENT DEMOGRAPHICS* Total Patients 137,231 Asian/Pacific Islander 5.7%

African American 6.9%

Native American 0.2%

50+ 1.0%

Under 18 4.6%

Other <1% Male 13%

35-49 12.4% Unknown 13.5%

Hispanic, any race 43.4%

White 30.2%

30-34 14.1%

18-24 41.8%

25-29 26.2%

BY RACE/ETHNICITY Hispanic, any race 59,592 White 41,432 Unknown 18,505 African American 9,512 Asian/Pacific Islander 7,870 Native American 300 Multiracial 20

Female 87%

BY AGE Under 18 18-24 25-29 30-34 35-49 50+

BY GENDER 6,289 57,341 35,900 19,356 16,963 1,382

Female Male Other

119,995 17,230 6

*percentages do not add up to 100 due to rounding

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CONTRACEPTION* Types of birth control our female patients were using during their most recent visit to our health centers No Method 0.6% Other Methods 1.0% No Method Needed 8.6%

BIRTH CONTROL METHODS

Oral Contraception 32.4% Male Condom 27%

Injection 9.2% Implant 6.7%

IUD 8.5%

Oral Contraception Injection Ring Patch IUD Implant Permanent Methods Male Condom Other Methods No Method No Method Needed TOTAL

38,907 11,062 4,131 2,116 10,155 8,053 940 32,398 1,198 762 10,371 120,093

Ring 3.4%

Permanent Methods 0.8% Patch 1.8%

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SUMMARY OF SERVICES

CONTRACEPTION Reversible Hormonal (cycles dispensed) Oral Contraceptives Patch Ring Depo-Provera® Reversible Long-Acting (insertions) Mirena® Skyla® Paragard® Nexplanon® Permanent Birth Control Procedures Male Female Emergency Contraception

38,210 15,031 7,446 25,334 3,470 519 2,404 7,446 320 142 47,106

STI TESTING Chlamydia and Gonorrhea Tests 192,353 HIV Tests 54,300 Other STI Tests 17,706 Total 264,359 CANCER SCREENING AND PREVENTION Pap Tests 16,395 Clinical Breast Exams 16,844 HPV Treatments 2,303 HPV Vaccinations 1,718 Colposcopy/LEEP Procedures 1,275 Total 38,535 ABORTION SERVICES Medication 7,008 In Clinic 9,071 Total 16,079 PREGNANCY TESTS 73,550

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T O TA L PAT I E N T V I S I T S

277,847 SUMMARY

CONTRACEPTION – 177,491 STI TESTS – 264,359 CANCER SCREENING AND PREVENTION – 38,535 ABORTION SERVICES – 16,079 PREGNANCY TESTS – 73,550

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MILESTONES

C H A N G E S TA R T S H E R E

PINK OUT FOR PLANNED PARENTHOOD

Thousands of people in San Diego, Riverside, and Imperial counties and millions across the country came out in force on Pink Out Day, Sept. 19, 2015, to show Congress and the world that Planned Parenthood is an important health care provider and trusted sexual health educator. There were hundreds of events across the country, plus several in our three-county region â&#x20AC;&#x201D; in addition to a massive social media push that garnered support from 7 million people on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. The one-day event cascaded into a year-long celebration for Planned Parenthood, including Pink Out for Planned Parenthood (POPP!) â&#x20AC;&#x201D; a fundraiser attended by nearly 200 young supporters.

CHULA VISTA: BIGGER CENTER, BETTER DESIGN

We redesigned and doubled the size of our Chula Vista Health Center, allowing us to see even more patients at one of our busiest health centers. The remodel is part of a long-term strategy to expand access to care in areas with great need. Our new and remodeled centers across San Diego, Riverside, and Imperial counties send a clear message to our patients that they are welcome, and are being cared for by experts in modern, efficient facilities.

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C H A N G E S TA R T S H E R E

RECORD-BREAKING DONATION ENSURES HEALTHIER COMMUNITIES

The Aqualia International Foundation pledged the largest single gift that our affiliate has ever received to provide high quality reproductive health care and educational resources to thousands of people in San Diego, Riverside, and Imperial counties. This remarkable three-year pledge will make our communities healthier and better informed by expanding patient care services, providing accurate and ageappropriate information, empowering the next generation, and protecting health care access through legislative advocacy.

STRENGTHENING HEALTH CARE PARTNERSHIPS IN RIVERSIDE COUNTY

The bonds we are forging across Riverside County are stronger than ever. We are proud of our strategic partnerships with health care providers, elected officials, community-based organizations, and businesses that promote health throughout the region. For example, we participated in a task force led by the Riverside County Department of Health to improve the health of the community. In addition, our sexual and reproductive health educators developed a new partnership in eastern Riverside County with UC Riverside School of Medicine. Our educators taught residents how to present sexual and reproductive health education in middle schools. Thanks to this program, residents now have the tools they need to educate their patients throughout their careers, and the students have the information they need to lead healthier lives. 10

EXPANDING OUR SERVICES FOR WOMEN AND MEN

We started offering both women and men additional reproductive and sexual health care services this year. We now have the ability to offer a full range of sexual health services to men at all of our health centers. With Dr. Sierra Washington, our new medical director, in the lead, we now offer comprehensive gynecology services at two health centers in San Diego County. These services include diagnosis and management of most gynecologic conditions, which we previously referred to other providers, such as hysterectomies, surgery to correct pelvic floor disorders and treatment of fibroids. We plan to expand this program to Riverside County in 2017. Annual Report FY 2016 Planned Parenthood of the Pacific Southwest


CELEBRATING IMPERIAL VALLEY HEALTH CENTERâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S FIRST ANNIVERSARY

We successfully expanded access to reproductive and sexual health care to the women, men, and teens of Imperial Valley. Planned Parenthood provided care to more than 2,200 people in Imperial Valley in our first year including birth control, STI testing and treatment, lifesaving cancer screenings, emergency contraception, and abortions. The health care services and education we provide in this region are critical; there are not enough health care providers in Imperial County to meet community need. We look forward to improving the health and wellbeing of Imperial Valley families through our health care, education, and advocacy work.

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LEGISLATIVE VICTORIES

California and the nation cemented laws this fiscal year that will help make the next generation the healthiest ever. During the 2015 legislative season, our state signed into law 21 Planned Parenthood priority bills, including a landmark comprehensive sex education law requiring students to receive sexual and reproductive health education in public schools that covers LGBTQ issues, abortion, and intimate partner violence, with curricula that is proven to create positive health outcomes for its students. Early in the 2016 legislative season, a statewide minimum wage law was also passed that will help improve the health and wellbeing of working women and families in California. At the national level, the Supreme Court gave abortion providers the biggest victory in a generation by striking down restrictive abortion laws in Texas. This precedent-setting decision may be used to challenge laws in other states that restrict abortion rights and endanger womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s health.

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C H A N G E S TA R T S H E R E

PREPARING TEENS FOR SUCCESS

Our health educators are providing more reproductive and sexual health education than ever. The California Department of Public Health awarded us grants for San Diego and Imperial counties that will fund evidence-based sex ed across these regions for the next three years. Outside of class, students can continue to learn with our educator-run SnapChat. This social media platform — wildly popular with teens — provides a safe and fun place to learn about sexual and reproductive health. Planned Parenthood Federation of America awarded our education team a national Digital Excellence Award for their innovative work.

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BUILDING OUR YOUTH MOVEMENT

We’re preparing the next generation to take action to protect and expand access to reproductive health care and education rights, while giving them the tools to serve as advocates in their communities. At this year’s Capitol Day, hundreds of staff, volunteers, and youth supporters from all over California came together in Sacramento. After a lobbying and leadership development training, our activists descended upon the Capitol to voice their support for legislation that improves access to birth control, telehealth, safety, and privacy. This is just one of the many activities that our Generation Action chapters participate in. Generation Action chapters are activist groups on college campuses that educate and mobilize the student body on issues affecting sexual health and reproductive justice, connect students to local Planned Parenthood health centers, and serve as a pro-Planned Parenthood presence on campus.

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CELEBRATING FEARLESS VOICES

Our 53rd anniversary dinner, Fearless Voices, chaired by Rosette Garcia and Dan Kisner, MD, on March 30, 2016, was a tremendous success and raised more than $1 million to support Planned Parenthood of the Pacific Southwest’s programs and services. Guest speaker Carole Joffe, PhD, spoke of Planned Parenthood’s resilience in the face of ongoing attacks, and Willie J. Parker, MD, accepted the Fearless Voice award with a powerful speech about his calling to serve women in the South with compassionate abortion care.

PROUD. NO MATTER WHAT.

Planned Parenthood volunteers, staff, and supporters showed their Pride at several events in San Diego, Riverside, and Imperial counties. At the 42nd annual San Diego Pride Parade, over 120 volunteers distributed 10,000 condoms, 500 dental dams, and countless high-fives while others held signs and danced their way through the crowd. Planned Parenthood is proud to be an advocate for the LGBTQ community. We share a fundamental belief that all people should have equal rights — including access to health care.

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MILESTONES

C H A N G E S TA R T S H E R E

PALM SPRINGS REEL WOMEN’S MOVIE MARATHON

More than 150 Coachella Valley residents attended the second annual Reel Women’s Movie Marathon, held in Palm Springs on October 18, 2015. This inspiring day of films helped raise more than $20,000 for Planned Parenthood’s Breast Health Programs, and brought diverse films about women to the community.

STORIES OF CARE. NO MATTER WHAT.

Planned Parenthood Federation of America produced a series of videos showcasing the good work of our staff and the powerful stories of our patients. They kicked off the series with 12 videos featuring patients and staff from our Vista, Chula Vista, and Imperial Valley health centers. These videos have been viewed more than 800,000 times. They were distributed across the country as part of a bigger campaign to strengthen our brand online. View these videos at plannedparenthood.org/videos, and share them with your friends on social media!

Marvin and Eileen Stern, event chair, with event sponsors Linda and Don Perry

CELEBRATING LOU TERRELL’S LEGACY

Family and friends of Lou Terrell gathered in City Heights to honor one of our most ardent supporters and to name the Lou Terrell Education & Training Room, located near our newly expanded health center. Lou was a staunch supporter of women’s rights and social justice, having been on our board in the early 1980s, then board chair from 1984 to 1986. He passed away in 2014. The room was furnished by donations made in his name, and it will be used for education and advocacy events. 14

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volunteers gave 4,148 hours of their time and talent to supporting our work in our health centers and our communities.

96%

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of our patients would recommend our health centers to their friends and family.

health centers in San Diego, Riverside, and Imperial counties.

BY THE NUMBERS

1,053

teachers, community health workers, medical professionals, college students, and youth-serving professionals trained by our staff to provide reproductive and sexual health education in schools.

137,231

people relied on our health centers for sexual and reproductive health care during 277,847 visits.

63,590

people at community events, churches, and schools received sexual and reproductive health education and information from our Community and Government Relations staff.

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FINANCIAL OVERVIEW Fundraising & Events 3% Other 5% Contributions 12% Medi-Cal & Managed Medi-Cal 24%

General & Administrative 20% Family PACT 43%

Community Engagement & Government Relations 5% Health Services 72%

Private Insurance & Self-Pay Fee for Services 16%

REVENUE

EXPENSES

Family PACT Medi-Cal & Managed Medi-Cal Private Insurance & Self-Pay Fee for Services Contributions Other

$25,462,263 $14,434,537 $9,192,924 $7,099,954 $2,714,726

Health Services General & Administrative Community Engagement & Government Relations Fundraising & Events

$41,509,888 $11,601,828

TOTAL

$58,904,404

TOTAL

$57,698,491

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$3,017,832 $1,568,943

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DONOR LISTINGS Thank you to the following donors who made gifts from July 1, 2015 to June 30, 2016 to generously support the mission of Planned Parenthood of the Pacific Southwest, which enables us to continue our vital work in our three-county region. Every attempt has been made to ensure accuracy in the donor lists. However, in compiling such a list, omissions and misspelling sometimes occur. Please advise us of any errors by emailing development@planned.org. CHAMPION OF CHOICE CIRCLE $25,000+ Anonymous (3) K. Andrew Achterkirchen Alliance Healthcare Foundation Aqualia International Foundation Ltd. Drs. Richard and Rita Atkinson Blue Shield of California Foundation California Family Health Council, Inc. Diana Strauss Casey Guy C. Clum Amy Corton and Carl Eibl Desert Healthcare District Elisabeth “Jinx” Ecke The Ecke Family Herb and Paula Engel Susanna and Michael Flaster Daniel L. Kisner, MD, and Rosette Garcia Bobbie and Jon Gilbert Beverly Grant Karen and Jim Hall R. Elaine Hanson, MD, and Bruce A. Robbins, MD Dr. Jerry Heller Hervey Family Non-endowment Fund Rosanne and Joel Holliday Theodora Ives Nora Taylor Jaffe The Karney Flaster Family Foundation

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JustGive.org Bryce E. Miller, MD, and Donald Orahood Kathleen and Rafael Navarro PPFA Marisa and Bill Rastetter Marcie Rothman Gwendolyn Sontheim Strauss Family Foundation Brian Strauss Kathleen L. Strauss, PhD Randy Strauss Dr. Paul and Anita Strauss Molli and Arthur Wagner, PhD* Christy Walton Pat Wilson and Greg Rose

VISIONARY CIRCLE $10,000 to $24,999 Anonymous (5) Joan Jordan Bernstein Denise and Gary David, PhD Pauline Foster* Eugene M. and Joan F. Foster Family Charitable Fund Deborah Fritsch and Pat Boyce Kelli and Gary Glover Kimberly A. Godwin Kay and Bill Gurtin

Robin Hensley and Peter Salvati Joan and Irwin Jacobs Linda and Mel Katz Carolyn and Jeffrey Levin Local Independent Charities The Cynthia and George Mitchell Foundation Jenny and Wes Mudge William and Clarice Perkins Qualcomm Charitable Foundation Bob and Sheryl Scarano Dr. Jerry Schneider and Elaine Schneider Maxine Snyder Catherine Stiefel and Keith Behner Abby and Ray Weiss Katherine D. White David and Sherry Winkler The Women’s Foundation of California Beryl E. Young Dr. Michael and Carole Ziegler *Deceased

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DONOR LISTINGS BENEFACTOR CIRCLE $5,000 to $9,999 Anonymous (3) Deanna Baker and John Dunn Robert Blanchard and Lynda Forsha Drs. Lisa Braun-Glazer and Jeffrey Glazer Dyana and Brett Brown Barbara Bry and Neil Senturia Becky and John Chamberlain Randy Clark and Tom Maddox, MD Dr. Clifford and Carolyn Colwell Jackie and Stan Drosch Marion Eggertsen Phyllis Epstein Judy Feldman Diane and Elliot Feuerstein Dr. Joy Frieman Deborah Halliday Marjorie A. Huntington Stacy Jacobs, OD Doriann and Richard Jaffee Dori and Charles Kaufman Sharon and Joel Labovitz Barbara and Mathew Loonin Jane and Jeffrey Marks Nate McCay and Jackie Bridge Don and Judy McMorrow Sue and Anton Monk Sara Moser Ellen and Coleman Mosley Brian Nilsen George and Cindy Olmstead Arlene and Ronald Prater Drs. David and Catalina Preskill Allison and Robert Price Lali Reddy, MD Julie Ruedi and Robert Engler, MD Drs. Peter and Jocelyn Schultz Sarah S. Slocum

Carl Trygstad, MD Amy Valeiras Beth and Kurt von Emster Cynthia Walk Lisa and Bryan Watson Marilyn Wilson

PATRON CIRCLE $2,500 to $4,999 Anonymous (2) Henry Abarbanel and Beth Levine Anton A. Adam and Meredith Leslie Adam Behr and Emily Borns-Behr â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Borns Family Foundation Don Belcher The Benevity Community Impact Fund Anne Benge Sondra and Robert Berk LaVerne and Harold Brown Harry and Sandra Carter Holly Cline Theresa and Ted Clowes Leslie H. Coll Jeanne Davies Veronica Dela Rosa Joy Delman and Peter Elkin Kevin Tilden and Philip Diamond, MD Juliet Ellery Jill and Bernard Esrock The Ethel Kennedy Foundation, Inc. Rhonda and Nigel Farrar Fathom Bistro Bait and Tackle Robert Garland Drs. Lawrence M. and Carol B. Gartner Kit-Bacon Gressitt Susan Hamilton and Thomas Hayward Gayle Hodges Drs. Stacy and Benjamin Hulley International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Carol Isackson

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Lily Jackson Beckett and Jack Johnson Johnson and Jennings General Contracting Kaiser Permanente Linda Corey and Christopher Khoury, MD Jennifer Levitt Vicki Lindblade Leanne Hull MacDougall Sabrina Martucci Johnson Iris P. Masotti Jane and James Timothy McCarthy Meta McDowell Dr. Colleen McNally Margaret and Thomas Moore, MD Andrea and Gregory Moser Catherine Palmer Pfizer, Inc. Lillian and Larry Postaer Elizabeth Wall Ralston Robert and Joan Reese Sonia Rhodes The San Diego Foundation The San Diego LGBT Community Center Mary Lou and Kenneth Schultz San Ysidro Health Center Cynthia and Aaron Shenkman Tracy Skaddan Jesse Stricker TempDev, Inc. Unisource Solutions, Inc. United Way of San Diego County Lisa Walters-Hoffert Music Watson Robin Weaver and Edward Kusnierz Judith Wenker Jeffrey Wergeles and Salvador Arechiga Neysa Whiteman, MD, and Steve MacBaisey LeAnn and Sam Williams

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DONOR LISTINGS ADVISORY CIRCLE $1,000 to $2,499 Anonymous (7) Wendy Abramson, MD Terrie Agahnia Linda and Daniel Allen Jeffrey and Delsee Altman Betty Amber Rhonda Amber The Amgen Foundation Donald and Gail Bamber Melissa and Michael Bartell George and Constance Beardsley Pamela Becker Sally Benson and Steve Nichols Stephanie Bergsma and Dwight Hare Betty Beyster Scott Bjerke and Karen Kustedjo Drs. Gary D. and Barbara F. Blake Ann S. Block Jeffrey Block Sherry and Marty Bloom Ronald Bloom and Lisa Eyler Boulder Associates, Inc. BP Foundation, Inc. Aaron Brennan Stefana Brintzenhoff Judd and Mary Anne Brown Nancy Brown and Gary Martin Loyce Bruce Lynn and Michael Bruser Christa Burke Dittmer and Walt Dittmer Madeline Butler Camelot Theatres Barbara J. Carlstein Lynn Carrier Claire Carsman Dean N. Chantiles Nancy Chase Jan Chatten-Brown Elva Chavez Peggy Chodorow Michael and Sheila Cole Margaret Coleman Adaline Corrin, MD, and Matthew Zetumer, MD

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Council of Community Clinics Christine and James Cunning Amber and Mattheus Stephens Joan M. Davis Laura J. Davis Seth Decoteau Dr. and Mrs. William DeRisi Len and Kim Dodson Debra Dodson and Michael Meacham Linda and Kestutis Dovydaitis Danielle Drosch Susan Ebner and Jack Farnan Dr. Bernard Eggertsen and Ms. Florence Nemkov William Eiffert and Leslie Hodge Emily and Daniel Einhorn Judith Eisenberg and Mark Oberman Sue Elam Elite Jill Ellis, MD, and Judd Westover, MD Mary Ann and Bud Emerson Nina M. Epton Mrs. Jeane F. Erley Paul Espinosa Edward Etess and Becki Lamont Etess Kellie Evans-O’Connor Dorthy Ann Fanestil Sunni Farkas and Robert Treitler Anne and David Fege Marilyn Field Willa Fields Melissa Ford and Jeffery Hulett Dr. Deborah Forman and Mr. Ted Grifkin Barbara Freeman Minoru Fukuda, PhD Stephanie and Trevor Garb David Garcias Madelaine Georgette William and Catherine Gerhart Mark and Hanna Gleiberman Dale and Don Goldman Philip Greenfeld Lu Ann Hall and Melvin Allen Sweet Vincent H. Hall John Hanson Mary and Jay Hanson Kay and Phil Harry Harvard Business School Club of San Diego Rosalind Haselbeck Rachel Heald

Jessica and Jeff Healey Susan M. Heath April F. Heinze Marisa Hildebrand-Criqui and Geoff Criqui Joanne and Albert Hill, Jr. Linda Hill and Andrew Baird Terry Holpert Maryka and George Hoover Viola and John B. Horn Scott Horsley Dr. and Mrs. Anthony Huang Denise Hunt Margaret Jackson Marla and John Jensen Gordon M. Johns Sonja F. Jones Katherine Jordan Sharon K. Jurgela Dr. Nancy Olmsted Kaehr and Reverend Michael G. Kaehr Jerald and Marge Katleman Lori Keim Dr. Charles Kennel and Dr. Ellen Lehman Jessica Kingston, MD Wally Klein Nicole and Brian Kruppa L&L Printers Ann Laddon and Adrian Jaffer Dr. Chris and Mrs. Monica Lafferty Arnold LaGuardia and Susan Mazza David and Wendy Lake Kim Lande and Scott Henry Vincent Landis Cathleen J. Law Shari Lawson Robert and Suzanne Leif William and Suzann Leininger Lois H. Lewis Keith Limberg and Laurel Dean Robert B. Liss George and Karen Longstreth Joni Low Edward and Nancy Lyon Kyong and Daniel Macek Dr. Henri Maget and Elizabeth Rice Maget Frank and Katherine Mannen Lisé Markham

Chris and Malinda Marsh Betty J. Mason Margaret McCloskey Ann McGowan-Tuskes Karen McLachlan Christa M. McReynolds Dr. Maggie and Mr. Paul Meyer Sally and David Miller Jeanie and James Milliken Leo Milmet Kevin Monroe Garna G. Muller Deborah C. Mulvey Charles and Karen Nager Mary Naimish Kate Nyce and Dan Tandon Timothy and Jennifer O’Connell Barbara Oswalt Vann and Carol Parker PayPal Giving Fund Tom and Ellen Payzant Kathleen Pierce Linda Pinney Southern California Pipe Trades District Council #16 Plumber & Pipefitters Dr. Ellen Potter Aleksi Rapkin James Rice Shirley Y. Robbins Heather L. Robert Andrew Robertson Dr. Lauren Robertson and Ms. Jennifer Flynn Joyce and Rick Ross Dr. Linda Rothschild Betsy and Lea Rudee Jonathan Salomon David and Camille Saltman Anne Schafer Renee S. Schor Brian and Sherri Schottlaender Judy and Marc Schuckit Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Schulze Schwab Fund for Charitable Giving Dr. Audra Scully Dr. Stephen and Jill Seagren Jan Serafin and Eddie Peterson Judith Sherman Jan and Ken Shipstead

Paul A. Shurin Dr. Charles Smoot and Mr. Kevin Winger Dr. Trudy Sopp and Dr. Hayden Thomas Donald Spanninga Keren Stashower and Ronald Marcus Richard Sternbach Linda T. Stetson Stephanie Swift Vickey Syage and Richard Whittington Deborah Szekely Paula Taylor and Bernard Kulchin Lydia Thompson Alma Timmins Susan Toeniskoetter Truist Susan Ulevitch United Way of the Inland Valleys Diana and Matthew Valji Felicia Wallace Elaine C. Walters Sam and Michele Ward Weinstein Foundation Judith L. White Bryan Wildenthal and Ashish Agrawal, MD Nancy Witt Katherine and Keene Wolcott Arelene E. Wolinski Working Assets Funding Service, Inc./CREDO Celeste Young Wendy L. Youngren Tina Ziainia, MD, and Arturo Mendoza, MD Charlie Zieky Gary Zimble Sidney and Karen Zisook Dr. Paul and Susan Zlotnik Ms. Ann M. Zucker *Deceased

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DONOR LISTINGS LEGACY CIRCLE Ensuring the long-term stability of Planned Parenthood of the Pacific Southwest through charitable planned gifts Anonymous (31) K. Andrew Achterkirchen Joyce F. Axelrod Sandra D. Barstow Laura Berend and Bill Zeigler Joan Jordan Bernstein Susan M. Blitz Beverly Boggs Dave Bousson Billie Bowen Lorraine and William* Boyce William M. Bristow Grace Brush Sharkey Barbara Bry and Neil Senturia Michele Carlson Cynthia C. Carpenter Richard and Julia Carson Sandra and Harry Carter Diana Strauss Casey Dr. George Kung and Jean Cheng Eileen M. Clause Don and Betty Copp Patricia Cornelius Amy Corton and Carl Eibl Darlee J. Crockett Jacqueline Crowle and Charles Scott Joan P. Cudhea Yvon Dacayana Joan M. Davis Joy L. Delman Judith deNooy Charles Dicken Joan Dixon

Susan Ebner and Jack Farnan Elisabeth (Jinx) Ecke Margaret J. Elliott Herbert and Paula Engel Beth Faber Jacobs Karyn Farr Suzanne Finch Susanna and Michael Flaster James H. Forrester Robin R. Friedheim Deborah Fritsch and Pat Boyce Victoria L. Gallagher Drs. Lawrence M. and Carol B. Gartner Marcy Goldstone Carol L. Grimes Kay and Philip Harry Kae Hensey Ingrid Hibben Rosanne and Joel Holliday David and Corrine Hollings William J. Hudak Ruth Ireland Howard Jacoby Marla and John Jensen Dori and Charles Kaufman Frances Klipper Nora La Corte, PhD Ann Laddon Alva Lane Vadee Lee George and Karen Longstreth Leanne Hull MacDougall Terry Marsh Eleanor McCardle Alice McCauley Joseph* and Betty McCosker Barbara C. McGill Phyllis Sauer McGrath Bryce E. Miller, MD, and Donald J. Orahood Judith P. Miller Dana Mosser

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Edie Munk Kathi W. Myers Val and Ron Ontell Laurie Orange Catherine M. Orth Elke Patton Leonard Pellettiri Helen M. Pendleton Dr. Patricia D. Peterson* Arlene and Ron Prater Diane E. Quinn Marisa and Bill Rastetter Joan and Robert Reese Judy Reynard Andrea Robinson Julian Rogers Ruth Rollins Dr. Beatrice Rose Joyce and Rick Ross Elliot and Eileen Schubert Anna and Mario Scipione Nadine L. Scott Dr. Audra Scully Donna Lee Semelmaker* Annette Seppanen and Curtis Nelson Katharine Sheehan, MD, and Fredrick Walker, MD Elizabeth Sherry Tracy Skaddan Jan Slater Sara Standerford Terri J. Stearns Dorothy Stein Kathleen L. Strauss, PhD Dr. Paul U. and Anita L. Strauss Stephanie Strout Kathryn Sturch Paula Taylor and Bernard Kulchin Carol and Lawrence Veit Kristen Victor Molli and Arthur Wagner, PhD* Judith A. Wenker

Judith L. White Marilyn and Stuart C.* Wilson Pat Wilson and Greg Rose Arelene E. Wolinski Leslie S. Zoref *Deceased

Please consider including Planned Parenthood of the Pacific Southwest in your will. Planned Parenthood of the Pacific Southwest is a tax-exempt organization. Any bequest is fully deductible for federal estate tax purposes and our tax ID number is 95-6111785. To plan a bequest or if you have any questions, please contact the Development department at 619.881.4626.

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DONOR LISTINGS REALIZED BEQUESTS Planned Parenthood of the Pacific Southwest remembers fondly and with deep appreciation donors who are no longer with us yet continue to provide support through their estate plans as members of the Legacy Circle, founded in 1963. Anonymous (7) Muriel Adams Carolyn Ann Ahlers Bud and Polly Aldige Carol Ash Henry S. and Marietta W. Aurand Ann Baerwald Marcella Barkow Anne R. Barry Shirley Bell Elisabeth Boyer Edward J. Bye Ruth Campbell Margaret L. Caperton Josephine Carey David and Pamela Carton Marcella Coolidge Minna O. Cooper Daiber Family Living Trust Rita Delapa

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Lorenzo Dellâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Armo Marion and Frank Dixon Catherine Dorgan Marlene Y. Ebert Michael B. Eddy Jack Epstein Fannie and Lewis Fisher Vaughdean Forbes Gretchen M. Gerlach Lois M. Griffith Leslie Jane Hahn Barbara F. Hallman Mary E. Harvey Anne S. Hertzberg Margaret Jacobs Sandra Jeffers Diane M. Johnson Clyde A. Joslyn Louisa Kassler Elizabeth Kent and Edith Matlock Kern Family Trust Martha-Ann Klimo Betty and Ed Law Merle Lewis Victor and Thelma Lindblade Yolanda Luney Mary Lou Swift Mantle Sanford L. Margolies Ree and Maurice Miller Ruth H. Milliken

Frances Miner Mary L. Minshall Kimball and Mary Moore Edward Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Toole Edith Parker William Plock Steven R. Prewitt Barbara Ramsey and Sherry Henderson Harold Rand Nancy and Donald Ross Selby Roger Shaw Elizabeth Shock Helen S. Simmons Thomas and Helen Slaven Max B. Southwick Norma Sullivan Marjorie Tess Annie Titlebaum-Schwartz Verna T. Turner Lind Wheller Trust Gordon and Margaret Winkler New Adventure Foundation Mildred and Burnett C. Wohlford List as of June 30, 2016

Annual Report FY 2016 Planned Parenthood of the Pacific Southwest


HEALTH CENTERS 1

CHULA VISTA 1295 Broadway, #201 Chula Vista, CA 91911

2

CITY HEIGHTS 4305 University Ave., #350 San Diego, CA 92105

3

COACHELLA 49-111 Highway 111, #6-A Coachella, CA 92236

4

COLLEGE AVENUE SARAH WEDDINGTON CENTER 4575 College Ave. San Diego, CA 92115

5

EL CAJON 1685 E. Main St., #301 El Cajon, CA 92021

6

ESCONDIDO 347 W. Mission Ave. Escondido, CA 92025

7

EUCLID AVENUE FRANCIS TORBERT CENTER 220 Euclid Ave., #30 San Diego, CA 92114

8

9

FIRST AVENUE MICHELLE WAGNER CENTER 2017 First Ave. San Diego, CA 92101 Family Planning: Suite 301 Specialty Services: Suite 100 IMPERIAL VALLEY 1463 South 4th St. El Centro, CA 92243

10 KEARNY MESA

7526 Clairemont Mesa Blvd. San Diego, CA 92111

24

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

MIRA MESA 10737 Camino Ruiz, #220 San Diego, CA 92126 MISSION BAY PARKER CENTER 4501 Mission Bay Drive, #1C San Diego, CA 92109

SAN DIEGO 10

MORENO VALLEY 12900 Frederick St., Suite C Moreno Valley, CA 92553 PACIFIC BEACH EXPRESS MIMI BRIEN CENTER 1602 Thomas Ave. San Diego, CA 92109 RANCHO MIRAGE 71777 San Jacinto Drive, #202 Rancho Mirage, CA 92270 RIVERSIDE 3772 Tibbetts St. Riverside, CA 92506 VISTA ISABELLA CENTER 1964 Via Centre Vista, CA 92081

14 12 18

4

2

8 7

ADMINISTRATION CENTERS HOLLIDAY FAMILY ADMINISTRATION CENTER 1075 Camino del Rio South San Diego, CA 92108 619.881.4500 RIVERSIDE ADMINISTRATION CENTER 7899 Mission Grove Parkway South, Suite A Riverside, CA 92508 951.222.3160 IMPERIAL ADMINISTRATION CENTER 1463 South 4th St. El Centro, CA 92243 619.881.4528

Annual Report FY 2016 Planned Parenthood of the Pacific Southwest


RIVERSIDE COUNT Y 16

10

13 19

15

15 5

17

3

IMPERIAL COUNT Y 6 11

SAN DIEGO COUNT Y 5

8 1

9 20


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