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Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains Colorado Southern Nevada • New Mexico • Wyoming

care. no matter what. 2014 annual report


At Planned Parenthood, care is much more than the services we provide; it’s the way we approach our world. We care. Deeply. With respect. Without judgment. We are unwavering in our belief that

all people deserve high-quality, affordable health care. We are tireless in our efforts to provide education and information so people can make their own health decisions. We proudly fight for women to be able to get the reproductive services they need. We do all of this because we care

passionately about helping women, men and young people lead healthy lives. No matter who they are. No matter where they live. We will do everything we can to get them the care they need. Because we believe that when people are truly cared for, they will make their lives, their families—and even the world—better and healthier. Planned Parenthood. Care no matter what.®


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VICKI COWART, PPRM PRESIDENT & CEO

ADRIENNE MANSANARES, PPRM BOARD CHAIR

Dear friends

2014 was a momentous year for Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains, and we couldn’t have done it without you. One of our biggest successes this year was the defeat of Amendment 67 in Colorado. Amendment 67, yet another “personhood” amendment, would have defined a fertilized egg and embryo as a “person” and “child” in the state constitution. Because of you, we also defeated a 20-week abortion ban in Albuquerque – the first municipal abortion ban ever introduced. Your financial support, as well as your time on the phones and canvassing neighborhoods, ensured that we emerged victorious from these political battles. While we were fighting hard for women’s access to health care, we continued our life-saving work in our health centers. The value of our work is perhaps highlighted best by the stories of our patients. Women like Marisa*, who had an abnormal Pap test but no insurance to pay for

additional services: because of your support, she was able to receive further testing and treatment for cervical cancer. We see women like Marisa daily at our health centers across our four-state region. We also continued to provide comprehensive sex education. After a year-long needs assessment, we introduced exciting new programs, such as the Wyman Center’s Teen Outreach Program® now offered across Colorado. And we expanded our successful, ¡Cuídate! program for young Latinos, and now teach it in both Las Vegas and Northern Colorado. Sincerely, PPRM President & CEO PPRM FY14 Board Chair *Name changed to protect privacy


2014 annual report

2014 annual report

9,206

10,025

our 829 volunteers contributed 9,206 hours of support and advocacy

donors made financial gifts supporting PPRM’s work in Fiscal Year 2014

Our financial supporters allow PPRM to continue being the trusted resource for health services, strategic advocacy, and comprehensive sex education in our community. With your help, we continue to transform lives by caring, educating, and protecting the rights of the women, men, and young people who depend on us.

6,284,573 RAISED IN PRIVATE GIFTS DURING FY 2014

JANE AND ED, DONORS SINCE 1958


2014 annual report

11,197

103,161

229,302

women received cancer screenings

individuals received compassionate reproductive health care

units of contraception, including birth control pills, emergency contraception, IUDs and condoms were distributed

100,160 AS A NEW MOM, RELIABLE BIRTH CONTROL IS VERY IMPORTANT TO ME, AND I TRUST PLANNED PARENTHOOD TO PROVIDE THE QUALITY CARE THAT I NEED.

STI and HIV tests were provided

— Christina

health care

CHRISTINA, PPRM PATIENT, AND HER SON, EZRA


2014 annual report

2014 annual report

39,349

11,370

10,000

individuals received developmentallyappropriate and innovative sexual health education through our Responsible Sex Education Institute

interactions through our ICYC: In Case You’re Curious textline

conversations through our Promotores de Salud program

GROWING UP, MY BEST ROLE MODELS, THOSE WITH THE STRONGEST SENSE OF SELF-ESTEEM, WERE THE WOMEN WHO HAD PURSUED AN EDUCATION, WHETHER THEY WERE MOTHERS OR NOT. I WANTED TO BECOME ONE OF THESE WOMEN AND NOW I AM PROUD TO BE PART OF AN ORGANIZATION THAT PROVIDES EDUCATION TO YOUNG PEOPLE, HELPING THEM STAY HEALTHY, SO THEY CAN CHOOSE WHEN AND IF THEY DECIDE TO BECOME PARENTS. — Toshiko

education

TOSHIKO, DIRECTOR OF EVALUATION FOR EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL TRAINING


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87,000

67

108,340

activists engaged across our four-state region

we defeated Amendment 67 in Colorado and a 20-week abortion ban in Albuquerque

doors knocked and over 406,000 phone calls made

2,400 I’VE TAKEN MY DAUGHTER, MATHILDE, TO WASHINGTON, D.C. SINCE SHE WAS NINE YEARS OLD TO LOBBY ON BEHALF OF PLANNED PARENTHOOD. PPRM HAS BEEN THERE FOR PAST GENERATIONS, AND MUST BE SUSTAINED FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS.

people enrolled in health care through our ACA education efforts

— Charles

advocacy

MATHILDE AND CHARLES, SUPPORTERS


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2014 annual report

NOW THAT I’M AT PLANNED PARENTHOOD, I CAN’T IMAGINE WORKING ANYPLACE ELSE. I KNOW THAT THE WORK THAT WE DO IMPACTS THE LIVES OF SO MANY PEOPLE…WOMEN, TEENS, FAMILIES, PARENTS, EDUCATORS, AND THE GREATER COMMUNITY. I SEE ALL TYPES OF PEOPLE WALK THROUGH OUR DOORS EACH DAY. PEOPLE WHO NEED SOMEONE TO LISTEN TO THEM COMPASSIONATELY. WITHOUT JUDGMENT, NO MATTER WHAT THEY TELL US. I LISTEN TO THEIR STORIES, AND I HEAR THEIR STRUGGLES. I ALSO HEAR THEIR HOPES AND DREAMS. THAT’S WHAT WE PROVIDE. IT’S SO MUCH MORE THAN CARE. WE CHANGE LIVES, WE SAVE LIVES. — Michelle

MICHELLE, MEDICAL SERVICES STAFF


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1.1%

PRENATAL PROGRAM $377,029

PUBLIC AFFAIRS $937,021 OTHER PROGRAMS $513,366

OTHER (Research Awards, Title X [New Mexico], Miscellaneous Income) $339,925

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES

$

35,432,924

EDUCATION

$771,558 PUBLIC AFFAIRS

$357,399 IN-KIND

$208,677 CAPITAL

$139,937 ENDOWMENT

$95,857

TOTAL

Total Operating Net Income (Loss) (905,835)

$

6,284,573

PATIENTS

2.6%

FOUNDATIONS BUSINESS/CORPS

FUNDRAISING $1,743,737

1.5%

TOTAL OPERATING INCOME

34,527,089

4.9%

INDIVIDUALS

$3,507,847

PATIENT SERVICES

$1,271,605

ASSOCIATIONS/LOCAL GOV

EDUCATION INCOME $511,670

EDUCATION $2,100,366

contributions by source

FOUNDATIONS

1.5%

1%

$

BREAST AND CERVICAL CANCER SCREENING GRANTS $540,521

5.9%

$3,439,540

$1,743,965 ASSOCIATIONS/LOCAL GOV

$659,026

BUSINESS/CORPS

$232,843 PATIENTS

$140,892

INDIVIDUALS

1.6%

ADMIN SUPPORT / MANAGEMENT $3,580,016

WHERE THE NEED IS GREATEST

ENDOWMENT

MEDICAID $6,076,024

10.1%

contributions by designation CAPITAL

17.6%

MEDICAL SERVICES $26,558,418

IN-KIND

PRIVATE GIFTS AND ENDOWMENT $6,972,243

75%

PUBLIC AFFAIRS

20.2%

operating budget

EDUCATION

MEDICAL SERVICES (including private insurance) $19,709,677

PATIENT SERVICES

57.1%

WHERE THE NEED IS GREATEST

sources of operating funds

TOTAL

$

6,284,573


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nevada

LAS VEGAS EAST FLAMINGO LAS VEGAS WEST CHARLESTON

wyoming

CASPER

locations

colorado

ALAMOSA ARVADA AURORA BOULDER COLORADO SPRINGS WESTSIDE CORTEZ DENVER CENTRAL DENVER SOUTHEAST DENVER SOUTHWEST DENVER STAPLETON DURANGO FORT COLLINS GLENWOOD SPRINGS GRANBY GREELEY LITTLETON LONGMONT PARKER PUEBLO SALIDA STEAMBOAT SPRINGS

new mexico

ALBURQUERQUE NOB HILL ALBURQUERQUE NORTHEAST HEIGHTS ALBURQUERQUE SURGICAL FARMINGTON RIO RANCHO SANTA FE

Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains Board of Trustees

Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains Action Fund

ANTHONY ARAGON LEIGH AURBACH SARA BAACK JACK BLUMENTHAL CANDICE CARSON DENISE DELGADO DIANE DENISH PATRICIA JARZOBSKI ADRIENNE MANSANARES MONICA MARTINEZ ANN HATFIELD MERRITT BRIAN NICHOLS RICH RAINALDI CINDY REIMAN LEW SAPIRO KATHY SEIDEL ANN SMITH CHRISTINE SOTO IVY STERN

LINDA PETRIE BUNCH DENISE DELGADO DIANE DENISH CATHY GALE BETH GANZ MONICA MARTINEZ BRIAN NICHOLS JAMES PRIBYL ANDREW ROSS MARK THRUN ELBRA WEDGEWORTH

LESLIE STRATTON CLARE SYMMONS MARK THRUN CARYN TYRE ROBERT TYRE COURTNEE ULRICH DAWN WOOD GARY YOURTZ

board


Our advocacy that keeps our doors open – our services that bring health and hope to women and families – and our education that helps youth see their path to a bright future – You make the difference. For all of them.

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