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2008 Annual Report (Compiled with 2008 audited figures received August 2009.) Ronald McDonald House Charities Greater Cincinnati


2008 Year at a Glance The following is an overview of Ronald McDonald House Charities of Greater Cincinnati for the fiscal year ending December 31, 2008.

Fall 2006

Statistical Highlights Ronald McDonald House Charities GREATER CINCINNATI

Total families served.....................................................................................................................................627 Average room occupancy rate............................................................(decreased due to room renovations) 93% Average length of stay.............................................................................................................................27 days Geographic area served..........................................................73 Ohio cities, 41 other states, 12 other countries Actual daily cost of providing a room................................................................................................... $100.00 Amount families are asked to contribute per day................................................................................... $25.00 Average amount families were able to contribute per day.......................................................................... $8.00

Most Frequent Medical Problems Served

Our Mission:

Cincinnati’s Ronald McDonald House provides an affordable “home away from home” for families and their children seeking medical treatment at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center or other area hospitals. Ronald McDonald House Charities also awards grants to local not-for-profit organizations through a portion of donations from McDonald’s customers and Global Ronald McDonald House Charities’ matching funds.

1. Hematology / Oncology / BMT 2. Trachea Procedures / Airway Reconstruction 3. Colorectal Procedures 4. Liver Transplant / Gastroenterology 5. NICU / ICU Operating Revenues (excluding investment gains/losses) Foundations and Civic................................................................................................$741,777 Donated Products and Services...................................................................................$668,678 Individual Contributions............................................................................................$557,143 Special Events (net).....................................................................................................$338,069 McDonald’s Support...................................................................................................$319,986 Interest and Dividends............................................................................................... $265,159 Corporate Contributions.............................................................................................$144,309 Room Donations........................................................................................................$140,325 Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center...........................................................$120,000

(23%) (20%) (17%) (10%) (10%) (8%) (4%) (4%) (4%)

$3,295,446*

(100%)

Program...................................................................................................................$1,536,187 Fundraising.................................................................................................................$287,464 Administrative.............................................................................................................$258,211

(74%) (14%) (12%)

Operating Expenses

Cincinnati Children’s 4% Corporate Contributions 4% Room Revenues 4%

$2,081,862

Operating Revenues Foundation and Civic 23% Donated Products and Services 20%

Interest and Dividends 8%

Operating Expenses Program 74%

Fundraising 14%

Special Events 10% Individual Contributions 17%

McDonald’s Support 10%

Administrative 12%

Total Income (including investment gains/losses)...................................................... $2, 718,697 Net Assets Year-End

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(100%)

Unrestricted.............................................................................................................$18,807,282 Temporarily Restricted............................................................................................... $3,737,835 Permanently Restricted..................................................................................................$572,710 Total................................................................................................................... $23,117,827

*Includes one-time capital contributions of $537,854 as well as $591,208 in pledges to be paid over multiple years.


2008 Donor Thank You Ronald McDonald House Charities of Greater Cincinnati opened in 1982 and has cared for more than 19,000 families with critically ill children seeking medical treatment at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. Today, we are one of nearly 300 Ronald McDonald Houses in 30 countries. Cincinnati’s Ronald McDonald House remains the largest House to serve a single hospital. Our House is staffed 24 hours per day, 365 days per year, by 10 full-time employees, 19 part-time staff members and more than 250 volunteers who dedicate more than 20,000 hours each year.

CORPORATE DONORS

(Including Cash and In-Kind Goods and Services 2008)

Champion: $25,000+ Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center Cooperative Advertising of Cincinnati Ideopia Klosterman Baking Company Lumber Liquidators McDonald’s Nelson Stark Niscayah Group Ohio National Financial Services P&G PNC Tempur-pedic

Benefactor: $10,000 - $24,999 Benjamin Moore Paint Bryan W. Stephens, CPA Cincinnati Bell Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center Department of Radiology Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center Medical Staff Service The Cincinnati Enquirer Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden Clarke Fire Protection & Clarke Power Services, Inc. The Coca-Cola Company Dr Pepper Snapple Group Effective Office Environments Fifth Third Bank Frost Brown Todd, LLC Game Day Communications Hyde Park Landscape & Tree Service Kohler Macy’s, Inc. Maxim Crane Works, L.P. Messer Construction Company Neyra Industries, Inc. On Your Feet, LLC Peck, Hannaford & Briggs Rough Greenhouses Spectrum Interiors

Partner $2,500 - $9,999 Alternate Solutions American Contracting Services, Inc. Avon Brand Source BrownCOW Technology, Ltd. Camargo Cadillac Chastang’s Tile and Marble cHc Manufacturing Chemed Corp. Child Protection Education of America Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center Liver Care Center Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center Marketing & Communications Cognis Oleochemical, LLC Colliers International: Turley, Martin, Tucker: Murphy-Abernethy Office Group ConAgra Foods/LambWeston Crown Lift Trucks Dante’s Steakhouse & Tavern Double Arch Management, Inc. Dupont Elite Reporting Agency Empower Aviation Feichtner Bros. Plumbing Co. Forge Lumber Gardner Publications, Inc. GBBN Architects GoldenT, Inc. Great American Financial Group Great American Insurance - Bond Division Greater Cincinnati Marine

Greater Cincinnati Wal-Mart Stores Griffin Industries Hal Welge Building Contractor, Inc. HDR Engineering, Inc. Heidelberg Distributing Company Hilltop Companies Hyatt Regency Cincinnati Imbue Designs Innergreen, Inc. Innovative Stone Insinkerator Ison Management John R. Jurgensen Company Johnson Investment Counsel, Inc. KDM P.O.P. Solutions Group Keating, Muething & Klekamp Kenwood Country Club Kilroy Restaurants, Inc. Kroger Co. Lennox Hearth Products Links Unlimited, Inc. Louis Trauth Dairy Loveland Excavating M&M Restaurant Supply Manitowoc Food Service Group McDonald’s Blue Ash McDonald’s MBA, Inc. MCF Advisors McGohan Brabender Middletown Journal Miller-Valentine Group Modular Masonry Morris Heating and Cooling, Inc. Newport Aquarium Norwood Hardware P.F. Chang’s Patheon Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Paws, LLC Premier Fitness Prestige AV & Creative Services Richard Goettle, Inc. Schiff, Kreidler-Shell, Inc. Serta International Standard Textile, Inc. Streetscape Products Telnet Technologies, LLC The Asset Advisory Group The Cincinnati Mine Machinery Co. US Bank USA Today Valenti Salon & Spa Team & Their Generous Clients Western & Southern Financial Group Whitmer and Company CPA’s, LLP Wood, Herron & Evans, LLP

Supporter: $1,000 - $2,499 Aeropostale Affordable Contractors AirTran Airways Altrua Marketing Designs Bonus Building Care Burdett Commercial Flooring Capstone Realty Advisors Chubb Group of Insurance Companies Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center - Department of Otolaryngology Cincinnati Sportservice, Inc. Classical Glass Clear Channel Cognis Corporation Cooper Electric Costco Crossville, Inc. Dillard’s Ecolab Fahlgren Fairfield Petland Fairmont Hotels & Resorts Fischer Homes

Gateway Concrete Forming Services GE Aviation Georgia Pacific Gillespie Enterprises Goodwin Lighting Services Graydon, Head & Ritchey LLP Great American Ball Park Guest Supply Healthcare Information, LLC Industrial Communication & Sound Co., Inc. IPSCO Tubulars Kentucky Jaguar of Cincinnati JII Fire Systems, Inc. Ken’s Beverage, Inc. Kramer’s Tri-State Viking Libby Perszyk Kathman Listerman & Associates M. Alan Associates, LLC McDonald’s Corporation Regional Office Mercedes-Benz of Cincinnati National Bank and Trust Company National Window Cleaning Netherland Rubber Company Neyer Plumbing Noday Restaurants PCC Internet Group Peggy Joseph Photography Perry Interiors RAEMAE, Inc. Rumpke Consolidated Companies, Inc. Sam’s Club Select Comfort The Energy Consultants The Midland Company Foundation Union Central Insurance & Investments United Health Care, Inc. USTA Midwest Vanguard Medical Victor Stanley, Inc. Vorys, Sater, Semour & Pease Walton’s Distributing Warm 98/WGRR 103.5/96 Rock WS Packaging Group

FOUNDATION/CIVIC DONORS ($3,000 AND UP) Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield Foundation AK Steel Foundation The A.W. Anderson Foundation Best Buy Children’s Foundation Castellini Foundation Cincinnati International Wine Festival Crosset Family Fund of The Greater Cincinnati Foundation The Cooperative Society of CCHMC Charles H. Dater Foundation Duke Energy Foundation General Electric Evendale Employees’ Community Service Fund John Hauck Foundation William Hueneke Foundation Frank J. & Jacqueline D. Kloenne Foundation The H.B., E.W. and F.R. Luther Charitable Foundation, Fifth Third Bank and Narley L. Haley, Co-Trustees Mathile Family Foundation Miller-Valentine Walsh Fund Protective Life Foundation Josephine Schell Russell Charitable Trust, PNC Bank, Trustee Robert and Adele Schiff Family Foundation Marge & Charles J. Schott Foundation Silicon Valley Community Foundation Robbie Slack Memorial Tennis Tournament Jack J. Smith, Jr. Charitable Trust, PNC Bank and Karen B. Wachs, Co-Trustees Phillip Smith Foundation

The Spaulding Foundation The Sutphin Family Foundation Turpin Hills / Mason Middle School “Pay It Forward” Western and Southern Financial Fund The Wohlgemuth Herschede Foundation Women’s Fund of The Greater Cincinnati Foundation Craig Young Family Foundation

INDIVIDUAL DONORS $25,000 and Above Mr. and Mrs. Muhammad Al-Lamadani Chrissie and Joshua Blatt Mr. and Mrs. John H. Habbert Mr. and Mrs. Robert Keefe Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sathe Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stenger Ms. Bridget Ann Vespe

$10,000 - $24,999 Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Barnett Mr. and Mrs. Al Koncius Dr. Jennifer Loggie Mr. and Mrs. John Muething Family The Estate of Evona Evatine & James William Reed Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rhein Mr. and Mrs. Vince Rinaldi Mr. and Mrs. Michael Sepela The Estate of James S. Wachs

$3,000 - $9,999 Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Barbash Mr. David T. Blair Mr. Thomas Blair Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bunge Mr. and Mrs. Lee Carter Jennifer and David Carver Ms. Pamela Chidester Jennifer and Matthew Daniels Mr. and Mrs. Paul Denicolo Dr. and Mrs. Nelson Diers Ms. Cynthia Falk Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Francis Mrs. Tuck Fraser Ms. Vanessa Freytag Mr. John Gavozzi Mr. and Mrs. Art Grzelecki Mr. and Mrs. Fred Habegger Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Heinichen Ms. Alison Goss Herschede Mr. and Mrs. Trey Isgrig Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jacoby Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Jenkins Frani and Don Jones Mr. and Mrs. Jim Jurgensen Beth and Richard Levy Mrs. Tricia Lewis-Topmiller & Family Mr. and Mrs. Donald Luthman Dr. and Mrs. Peter Manning Dr. and Mrs. Paul McEnery Mrs. Lucille Miller Becky and Steve Osborne Dr. and Mrs. Stephen Pomeranz Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Pierce Susan and Frederick C. Ryckman Mr. and Mrs. Matt Sheakley Kenneth J. Steenken Family Dr. and Mrs. Edward Striker Mr. and Mrs. Gary D. Thompson Al Vontz Family Felicia and Neal Williams

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Ronald McDonald House Charities of Greater Cincinnati 2008 Board of Trustees Marilyn S. Rhein, Chair Kristen Wevers, Vice Chair Felicia Williams, Vice Chair Dr. Paul McEnery, Secretary David Williams, Treasurer Charles Bauer Robert Carlisle Lee Carter Dorothy Corbett Steve Eklund

Daniel T. Fay Robert Gruber Judd Heitzman Beth Levy Bill Kilroy Algis Koncius Kinnaird S. McQuade Gloria Noday Ron Ott Vincent D. Rinaldi

Susan Ryckman, RN Robert Sathe Michael J. Sewell David Skidmore, Jr. Barbara Smitherman Gary D. Thompson Hal Welge Paula B. Wharton Donna Wymore

The term of office for our Board of Trustees is three years, renewable indefinitely with a majority vote. Our Board officers’ terms are one year, renewable for a maximum of three consecutive years. In 2008, the Board met six times at Ronald McDonald House: January 24, March 19, May 28 (annual meeting), July 23, September 17 and November 19.

Executive Director Jennifer Goodin Development Director Jill Miller Director of Operations Carine deLange Business Manager Mimi Richmond Director of Planned Giving Tracy Monroe Communications Manager Stephanie Creech Coordinator of Volunteer Services Stephanie Crellin Bookkeeper & Human Resources Manager Lorie Fanning Events Manager Tracy Carl Development Assistant Shawnie Dukes

Ronald McDonald House Charities of Greater Cincinnati … • Includes 48 guest rooms with private baths, several common living areas, both indoor and outdoor play areas, large kitchen and dining room, laundry facilities, a meditation room, library, exercise room, arts and crafts room, classroom and a family theater. • Admits families on a first-come, first-served basis. No family is ever turned away due to an inability to contribute. • Has more than doubled in size and occupancy. In 2001, our original 21-bedroom House was replaced with a 48-bedroom House. In April 2009, our expansion of 30 new rooms, half of which are long-term suites, is scheduled to open. This expansion will reduce our current waiting list and allow us to serve an additional 500 families each year. • Is financially supported primarily through tax-deductible contributions from individuals, corporations, foundations and civic organizations. • Is neither owned nor fully -funded by Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center or McDonald’s. • Is not a United Way agency and receives no local, state or federal grant funds. • Has flexible giving options that allow individuals to give now or in the future through gifts of cash, securities, bequests, trusts, property, retirement assets, life insurance policies or gift annuities.

Ronald McDonald House Charities GREATER CINCINNATI

350 Erkenbrecher Avenue Cincinnati, OH 45229 Phone: 513.636.7642 Fax: 513.636.4887 Email: jgoodin@rmhouse.org www.rmhcincinnati.org

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Plant Manager Dan Burt Meals & Activities Coordinator Lisa Davis Guest Services Manager, First Shift Barbara Saunders Guest Services Manager, Second Shift Cecelia Clark Guest Services Manager, Third Shift Monalo Caldwell Guest Services Managers Sue Asher Beth Aspery Sandy Carl Marilyn Carter Curtis Edwards Barry Floore Barb Luciano Dan Monnig Cheryl Murrer Betty Porter Shuttle Drivers Beth Aspery Jill Brown Jim Green Dan Monnig Bobby White Housekeeping Aide Charlene Allen Teacher Ellie Linz


2008 Annaul Report RMHC of Greater Cincinnati