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Annual Report

2017


About the Valley Medical Center Foundation The Valley Medical Center Foundation (VMC Foundation) is an independent, community-driven 501c3 nonprofit organization founded to support and protect Silicon Valley’s most vital public healthcare institution – Santa Clara Valley Medical Center Hospital & Clinics. In partnership with SCVMC, the VMC Foundation raises philanthropic dollars to improve existing services, pioneer new models of care, and advance the cause of high quality healthcare for all. Our vision is that one day, with the help of the VMC Foundation, Santa Clara County’s public healthcare system will be fully resourced such that everyone in our community has access to comprehensive, high quality healthcare, regardless of background or ability to pay. Founded in 1988, the VMC Foundation has raised $85 million in support of vital health programs and services since inception. The VMC Foundation also plays an important advocacy role to educate the public and opinion leaders on the role of SCVMC in the community.

About the Valley Medical Center Foundation

In addition to fundraising, the VMC Foundation maintains an event planning and program management arm to assist SCVMC with the execution of special events, conferences and other activities, as well as directly operating programs such as Reach Out and Read, patient wireless internet access, the VMC Farmers’ Market and more.

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Lastly, the VMC Foundation performs a vital administrative role within the SCVMC eco-system. This function includes project management for grants, administration of 150 unique funds and the preparation of financial statements, audits and tax filings as required. *Federal Tax ID 77-0187890


About Santa Clara Valley Medical Center Santa Clara Valley Medical Center Hospital and Clinics (SCVMC) is an integral part of the public healthcare delivery system in Santa Clara County, emphasizing quality care, research, teaching, innovation, and most importantly, a focus on a positive patient experience. For decades, the mission has been to provide high quality accessible healthcare and excellent service to all persons in Santa Clara County regardless of their social-economic status and ability to pay. SCVMC includes a tertiary level acute care hospital with 731 licensed beds, providing the highest level of adult and pediatric emergency medical and trauma services, a regional high risk Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, an ACS-verified Burn Trauma Center, a Primary Stroke Center, a CARF-accredited Rehabilitation Center, emergency and acute inpatient psychiatric services, as well as a range of other specialized services – in some cases the only such treatment in the region. The medical center hosts five highly competitive residency training programs and partners with Stanford University Medical Center for the training of residents and fellows in many Stanford-based specialties. SCVMC also offers high quality clinical training experiences for more than 30 non-physician healthcare professions, including exceptional clinical training for more than 1,000 RNs annually. SCVMC provides a range of outpatient primary and specialty care services. Its large primary care network includes eight health centers located throughout the county, four urgent care clinics, comprehensive dental services and numerous community based health services offering care to young adults, individuals experiencing homelessness, and other vulnerable members of our community.

A critical healthcare delivery system for the region, in 2017 SCVMC care teams served more than 275,000 individuals, performed more than 10,000 surgeries, admitted 25,000 patients for acute inpatient hospital stays, delivered 3,200 babies, and provided more than 800,000 medical treatments in the ED and other outpatient settings. SCVMC is part of the County of Santa Clara Health System (COSCHS), the second-largest County-owned health and hospital system in California committed to improving the health of the 1.8 million residents of Santa Clara County. As an integrated health care system, COSCHS comprises the Santa Clara Valley Medical Center (SCVMC), Behavioral Health Department, Public Health, Emergency Medical Services (EMS), and Valley Health Plan.

About Santa Clara Valley Medical Center

SCVMC also offers comprehensive specialty care outpatient services, including the Sobrato Cancer Center at Valley Specialty Center, a Renal Care Center, and a Diabetes Center.

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The Board of Directors Marcelle Dougan, ScD, MPH, MEng Assistant Professor of Health Science, San Jose State University Christina Egan Manager, Volunteer Services, SCVMC Elaine Elkin, Secretary President, E Two & Associates, Inc. Jacob Elziq CEO, Armature Systems Christina L. Esquivel, CPA Robert Half Management Resources Dolly C. Goel, MD Medical Director, Valley Health Plan Balaji Govindaswami, MD, MPH Director, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Chief, Neonatology, SCVMC Vinayak Gupta EVP Operations, Zero Mass Water

The Board of Directors

Earl Johnson Former Director, Office of Family Assistance, U.S. Department of Health & Human Services

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Kathleen King CEO, Healthier Kids Foundation Dennis Low, MD General Internal Medicine, SCVMC, volunteer Dan Niehans Attorney at Law, Gunderson Dettmer LLP, retired Ron Sidell Co-Founder & Executive Director, Ophoenix Laurie Smith Sheriff, County of Santa Clara D. Kirk B. Westbrook, Treasurer Senior VP, Regional Underwriting & Portfolio Risk Manager, HomeStreet Bank E. Christopher Wilder CEO, Valley Medical Center Foundation Susanne B. Wilson Principal, Solutions By Wilson Chris Worrall, Chairperson Hitachi Executive, retired

Honorary Directors

Chair Emeriti

Brenna Bolger Thomas Bush, MD Gregory Jenkins, MD Peggy Fleming-Jenkins Bill Marr Jean Meddaugh, RN Norman Y. Mineta Joe Parisi T.J. Rodgers, PhD Karen Rudolph John A. Sobrato

Gerry Beemiller Ralph Dickman Michael E. Fox, Sr. Norman Kline Robin Roche Charles Toeniskoetter Leah Toeniskoetter


Contents Letter from the CEO of the Valley Medical Center Foundation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Letter from the Chairperson of the Valley Medical Center Foundation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

■ IMPACT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Sobrato Pavilion Artwork . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Screening for Better Vision . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Tattoo Removal Laser . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Zero G Helps Patients Walk Again . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Biggest Gala Ever . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15

■ DONOR SPOTLIGHT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 David Lieberman & Carol Brownstein . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Epic Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Jacob Elziq . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 World Class Tae Kwon Do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Michelle Tipton-Burton, MS, OTR/L, CBIS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Our Generous 2017 Donors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22

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■ FINANCIAL STATEMENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29

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The Best Darn Ship One of my favorite books on leadership is by D. Michael Abrashoff, a retired U.S. Navy Captain known for rewriting the manual (literally and figuratively) on how to lead in the modern military. In It’s Your Ship, he reflects on the best strategies to foster good communication, discipline and a hyper focus on getting results onboard the destroyer USS Benfold. His mantra, to make his boat “the best damn ship in the best damn Navy” struck a cord with me (as my staff can attest – I say it all the time, except I always say darn because I’m a nonprofit CEO and not a Naval Officer). I believe that being excellent for excellences’ sake is a virtue, and we’ve made that notion core to our culture here at the Valley Medical Center Foundation. It’s why we spent considerable time and effort in 2017 doing things that might not sound exciting, but in service to the concept of becoming that “best darn ship.” From building new systems for fundraising and financial management, to adopting a new Code of Ethics and policies to maximize donor privacy, program efficacy, and customer responsiveness, 2017 was a milestone year in our ongoing quest to be the best organization we can be.

Letter from the CEO of the Valley Medical Center Foundation

This work was inspired in part thanks to our partnership with Santa Clara University’s Markkula Center for Applied Ethics. Together, we’ve worked to review and improve our policies and procedures, develop our board and staff, and improve upon all aspects of our operations. The end goal is an organization better focused on our mission, responsive to donor and community concerns, and governed by the highest possible industry standards.

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If this doesn’t sound exciting, let me remind you: our greatest strength is your trust in us. I am proud to have earned it, and will work every day to ensure we keep it. Again, my deepest appreciation! In Service,

E. Christopher Wilder, CEO Valley Medical Center Foundation


From Board Chair to Patient A critical role for any non-profit Board member, in particular the Board Chair, is to strongly advocate for the organization. For many this is easy if the product is visible. But for a service organization this can be much harder to quantify. When it comes to SCVMC, I no longer have this concern, as less than two months after being elected as Board Chair of the Valley Medical Center Foundation, I found myself spending nine days enjoying everything that SCVMC could offer as a patient.

So what was my experience? Simply put, amazing. If any hospital stay could be considered incredible, this was it. The quality of care was almost beyond belief, driven largely by the staff that I now consider part of my extended family. Why? Because that is how I was treated by everyone, from management, doctors, nurses, nursing assistants, and environmental services staff; they all made me feel at home, with constant smiles and caring. I was made to feel that I was the only person in the world that mattered to them. Trust me, that can be a huge part of overcoming any illness. That we deliver this quality of care to anyone in Santa Clara County, irrespective of ability to pay, is wonderful and something, as a community, we should be incredibly proud of. My experience has now made it even easier for me to aggressively advocate for the VMC Foundation and SCVMC and I am committed to work as hard as possible to continue to strengthen and broaden the services offered to our community. Chris Worrall, Retired Hitachi Executive Chairperson, Board of Directors Valley Medical Center Foundation

Letter from the Board Chairperson of the Valley Medical Center Foundation

It started with the loss of feeling in my limbs, such that I was unable to move. I insisted to the paramedics that I be taken to the Emergency Department at SCVMC, because I knew it was one of the highest rated in the region. There I spent 11 hours undergoing testing and observation before being admitted and transferred to a medical unit on the 6th floor of the new Sobrato Pavilion. Five days later, I was moved to the 3rd floor Acute Rehabilitation Unit, where my care now included many hours with occupational and physical therapy. I am grateful to have made a full recovery.

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2017 Impact by the Numbers The work of the Valley Medical Center Foundation enabled the following in 2017...

$5,644,325 in total revenue in 2017

$5.6M

$173.5K

2,114

2,114 individuals or organizations made a gift to the VMC Foundation in 2017

2017 Impact by the Numbers

31,253

2,793

2,793 total miles were run and/or walked at the 2017 Heroes Run, raising funds for SCVMC children’s health services

$173,556 in goods and services donated in-kind to the VMC Foundation in 2017

16,786 31,253 free books were distributed during well-child exams at SCVMC pediatric clinic locations through the Reach Out & Read program

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77% 22 special events organized to raise funds, recognize supporters and educate the community about SCVMC’s mission

22 16,786 people participated in various VMC Foundation events

12,000 19 pediatric Spot Vison Screeners were purchased for SCVMC pediatric clinics

19 3,368 free bikes were built and donated to needy kids via the VMC Foundation’s Turning Wheels for Kids program

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$93,907 519 family members received support from a VMC Foundationfunded NICU Family Support Specialist

12,000 visitors to the SCVMC Farmers’ Market

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4,617

4,617 unique donations made to the VMC Foundation in 2017

20 spinal cord injury patients enrolled in the telemedicine program funded by a grant to the VMC Foundation

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$93,907 raised by SCVMC staff during the 2017 “Give a Booster Shot” employee giving campaign

1,295 823 individuals and organizations made a gift to the VMC Foundation for the first time in 2017

2,037 46 original pieces of art were procured for the Sobrato Pavilion

$615.6K

$615,634 in donated funds was spent on needed equipment for various SCVMC facilities

1,295 new moms received follow-up breastfeeding support via VMC Foundationfunded programs

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Responded to over 60 unbudgeted, emergency requests from SCVMC units, programs and departments, resulting in $110,000 in one-time funding

2,037 kids received dental services from the Ronald McDonald House Charities Care Mobile

2017 Impact by the Numbers

77 cents out of every dollar donated was spent on programs and services

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Letter from Sobrato Pavilion the Board Artwork Chair of the VMC Foundation

Sobrato Pavilion Artwork

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n a hospital setting, art is not for decorating. It’s for healing. When the Sobrato Pavilion opened in 2017, the VMC Foundation funded the entire art program to bring beauty, delight and tranquility to all parts of the building. Over 40 unique pieces of art now adorn the facility. For staff, visitors and patients, it provides a respite from the difficult day-to-day realities of their work and recovery. It represents an essential component of the healing mission of the building, and the Foundation is grateful to the hundreds of donors who gave to support this initiative.

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Flower of Hope Talley Fisher (left)

Exploding Hypo 150 Klari Reis San Jose Panorama Andrew Burgess (right)

Sobrato Pavilion Artwork

(above)

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Screening for Better Vision

Screening for Better Vision

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ith funding from Sunlight Giving, all SCVMC pediatric clinic locations were outfitted with specialized vision screeners in 2017. The device allows providers to quickly and easily detect vision issues for patients as young as 6 months old. SCVMC pediatric clinics see 125,000 visits from children annually, predominately from low-income areas of this community. As such, these devices will have a significant impact on children at-risk of long-term vision disorders. Vision issues are a particular concern for young children as they enter school. It is common for these disorders to go undiagnosed, resulting in learning and behavior interventions that do not address the root cause of the problem. These devices add a highly effective tool for SCVMC caregivers to ensure that all kids in this community are school ready. Pictured: Alisha Hastings, RN, demonstrating the device on a young patient

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Tattoo Removal Laser ince 1994, Santa Clara Valley Medical Center and the City of San Jose have partnered to offer free tattoo removal services to former gang members as part the Clean Slate Program. Tattoos are a visible part of gang culture, and leave former members marked with the threat of violence and suspicion unless they are removed. The process is not fast or easy, but effective. The VMC Foundation has long played a role in providing equipment and supplies thanks to the generous support of program donors. In 2017, the VMC Foundation purchased a new machine that significantly reduces the time for each tattoo removal. With that efficiency, the program can now provide support to victims of human trafficking who have been “branded” by the perpetrators of this crime.

Pictured: Manpreet Toor, LVN (left), and Dr. Jack Ackerman, Medical Director, Clean Slate Program, demonstrating the device on a test patient

Tattoo Removal Laser

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Zero G Helps Patients Walk Again

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Zero G Helps Patients Walk Again

hen the Sobrato Pavilion opened at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center in 2017, it became the new home to the nationally recognized Rehabilitation Center for spinal cord, traumatic brain injury and stroke patients. As part of the $10 million fundraising campaign that supported the new center, the VMC Foundation provided funding for the purchase of new, cutting-edge therapy equipment, most notably the Zero G Balance and Gait System. This unique system, deployed in only a few centers in the United States, allows patients to attempt more aggressive forms of therapy earlier in their rehabilitation. Pictured: Patient Matt Wetschler. Remarkably, Matt’s day job is emergency medicine physician at SCVMC. After sustaining an injury to his spinal cord while surfing, he became a patient. His spirit and perseverance personifies everything that this institution stands for, and we are humbled that our donors played a (very small) role in his recovery.

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Biggest Gala Ever

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The 2018 edition, based on the Halloween inspired theme of “A Wicked Affair,” promises to be just as spectacular. Join us on October 6, 2018, at Villa Ragusa in Campbell, CA. For more information, visit vmcfoundation.org/gala.

Biggest Gala Ever

t the first VMC Foundation Annual Gala and Auction in 2006, 125 attendees participated, raising close to $40,000. It was considered a great success. Since that time, the VMC Foundation has worked hard to grow this event into one of the premiere charity banquets in the Valley, befitting of the stature and importance of the institution it serves. Thanks to the generosity of sponsors, SCVMC staff and hundreds more, 2017 represented a significant step towards that long-term goal. The biggest and most successful Gala and Auction to date, the 2017 edition, a jazz-age themed extravaganza, topped 500 attendees for the first time, bringing in a total revenue of $350,000.

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Letter from Donor Spotlight the Board Chair of the VMC Foundation

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he VMC Foundation is grateful for the 2,114 individuals, companies and organizations that donated in 2017. We are pleased to spotlight five donors in particular for their exceptional support. Each has their own story. A SCVMC occupational therapist inspired to do more, a local martial arts organization that makes charity the core of their mission, a former patient paying it forward, a healthcare technology titan that wants to give back, and a homegrown entrepreneur, proving you can do well and do good at the same time. Their stories are just a few of the many that made 2017 so special.

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t is almost always in the back of the mind of any cyclist – a car door opening unexpectedly in your path. But that did not deter David Lieberman from commuting on his bike in Berkeley, where he lives and works as a professor in the School of Law at the University of California. Then one day, on his way home, it happened. A car door opened without warning, and David’s life was forever changed. He was rushed to the nearest trauma center at Highland Hospital in Oakland – like SCVMC, a public facility. His injuries were significant, and it was not immediately clear how much leg and arm movement he would regain. The care team at Highland, along with family and friends, strongly recommended the Rehabilitation Center at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center, known nationally for the care of individuals with spinal cord injuries. Thanks to his care team at SCVMC, the support of his family, and David’s hard work, he has made a profound recovery. Grateful for the care they received, David and his wife Carol made a donation to the VMC Foundation in support of the Rehabilitation Center, and will have a patient room dedicated in their honor.

“I feel hugely indebted for the care I received,” David said. “We were proud to give.”

Donor Spotlight: David Lieberman and Carol Brownstein

David Lieberman & Carol Brownstein

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Letter from Donor Spotlight: the Board Epic Chair of the VMC Foundation

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his Wisconsin-based company is changing healthcare as we know it, providing the underlying technology that is powering electronic health records at most major health systems in Northern California, including at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center. For patients that use an online portal for access to messaging, appointments, test results and prescription refills, it is likely thanks to technology developed by Epic. It often takes years for fast growing companies to incorporate philanthropy into their normal business operations. Epic has done so in a thoughtful and high impact way. In 2017, they made a major, six-figure gift to the VMC Foundation to recognize the vital and important work of Silicon Valley’s most essential health system.

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Jacob Elziq

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Since 2016, Armature Systems has been one of the largest sponsors of the VMC Foundation Annual Gala & Auction. In 2017, Jacob joined the VMC Foundation Board of Directors, and Armature Systems will be back as a Premier Sponsor of the 2018 Annual Gala and Auction. And in so doing, he is setting a new standard for giving in the Valley, showing that it is never too soon to make a difference in the community.

“I fundamentally believe health care is a right for every human being and our children will judge us on how we treat people who are unable to take care of themselves.”

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Donor Spotlight: Jacob Elziq

t first read, it is a classic Silicon Valley success story. A young entrepreneur takes a risk by leaving his job at an established technology firm to build his own company. Starting from his home, through smarts and hard work, he finds success. But for Jacob Elziq, founder and CEO of Armature Systems, that’s not the entire story. His company, a provider of network engineering, security and wireless services, is now headquartered in Sunnyvale, with a customer list full of Fortune 500 firms. You might think that all of his focus and attention would be on future growth. But here’s why Jacob is unique. He has made giving back a priority now. In a region where so many new companies make philanthropy an afterthought, Jacob decided to get involved in causes he cares about right away, including the VMC Foundation.

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Letter from Donor Spotlight: the Board World Chair ClassofTae theKwon VMC Do Foundation

World Class Tae Kwon Do

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ne of the leading martial arts centers in the South Bay, San Jose-based World Class Tae Kwon Do has a long tradition of charity giving as part of their youth programs. As a reflection of their philosophy to “positively touch the lives of as many people as we can,” World Class Tae Kwo Do organizes an annual “Board Break-a-thon” whereby participants break wooden boards using Tae Kwon Do as part of the national “Kicking for Miracles” fundraising campaign. Children’s health has long been a focus for World Class Tae Kwon Do. After learning that that the VMC Foundation was working to create a Women and Children’s Center at SCVMC, they selected the VMC Foundation as the beneficiary for the Board Break-a-thon in 2016. The following year, they supported the VMC Foundation again, raising nearly $30,000. Funds will be used to support women and children’s health programs at SCVMC, ensuring access to essential health services to those most in need, regardless of ability to pay.

Pictured: World Class Tae Kwon Do School Manager Pam Sroka and Head Instructor Tom Sroka (back, left) as they present a check to the VMC Foundation for $28,014 at the 2017 Kicking for Miracles Board Breaka-thon fundraiser

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ichelle Tipton-Burton has seen a lot of change since her first day at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center back in 1988. Trained as an Occupational Therapist, Michelle first worked in acute care units before transferring to SCVMC’s nationally recognized Rehabilitation Center, and has stayed ever since. Inspired by the mission of SCVMC to provide high quality care for all, regardless of ability to pay, Michelle found her passion in her patients. Above and beyond her regular work, she looked for ways to do more for the people she served. She helped to co-found two organizations – OPhoenix and Into the Woods – to provide additional resources and services to rehab patients. With the VMC Foundation, she helped launch the Technology Access Program to provide rehab patients with access to assistive technology to enable communication with home, school and work. From organizing fundraisers to volunteering her time to support events, Michelle has been a tireless advocate for her patients. A long-time donor, Michelle and her family made a generous contribution in 2017 to dedicate a room in the new Rehabilitation Center.

“I found by participating in nonprofits like the VMC Foundation, I was able to give back on a more personal level. It’s a very small contribution that not only brings me joy and satisfaction, but I also consider it a privilege.”

Donor Spotlight: Michelle Tipton-Burton, MS, OTR/L, CBIS

Michelle Tipton-Burton, MS, OTR/L, CBIS

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Thank You to Our Generous Donors The following is a list of all donors who made a cash contribution in 2017, including members of the Cory Society, the VMC Foundation donor club. Amounts listed are collections for calendar year 2017 only and may not reflect larger, multi-year pledges.

The Cory Society is named for Santa Clara County’s first physician, Dr. Benjamin Cory. At just 25 years old, Dr. Cory ventured across the plains by ox cart in search of a community where he could put his skills to use. He ended up in the beautiful Santa Clara Valley, where he rallied the community to establish the Santa Clara Infirmary – the region’s first hospital, built in 1876 on the land where SCVMC still stands today.

LEADERSHIP CIRCLES The Leadership Circle includes supporters who give at least $1,000 annually.

PLATINUM CIRCLE: $100,000 - $999,999

Applied Materials Foundation City of San Jose FIRST 5 Santa Clara County John A. & Sue Sobrato Sovereign Order of St. John Sunlight Giving

2017 Donors

$50,000 - $99,999

CareMeridian, LLC Craig Hospital DPR Construction Epic Systems Corporation The Health Trust Innara Health, Inc. Learning Services Corporation Lucina Health Foundation Markkula Foundation Kabir Misra National Processing Company Dan & Tish Niehans Joe Parisi Rescare, Inc. Ronald McDonald House Charities Sharks Foundation The Elaine S. Elkin Charitable Remainder Unitrust The Great Highway Marjean Wells

GOLD CIRCLE: $10,000 - $24,999

AbbVie Biopharmaceuticals Alcresta Therapeutics, Inc. Align Twchnology, Inc. Anonymous Donor Armature Systems Bank of America Cisco Systems, Inc. Discretion Brewing LLC El Camino Healthcare District Donald Elms GE Digital Google, Inc. Horizons Foundation JustGive KLA-Tencor Linda L. Lester SAP Foundation SCVMC Medical Executive Committee, Inc. SCVMC NICU Staff Seagate Technology Stanford Hospital & Clinics Star One Credit Union Chris Wilder & Kate Emmett-Wilder World Class Tae Kwon Do, Inc.

SILVER CIRCLE: $5,000 - $9,999

Sangeeta Aggarawl Altamont Capital Partners Asterias Biotherapeutics, Inc. Bristol-Myers Squibb Cadence Design Systems, Inc.

John & Ileana Carlisle Centre For Neuro Skills Jennifer Chang James Crew Davidson Family Foundation Deputy Sheriffs’ Association of Santa Clara County Elaine Elkin Stefanie Elkin Facebook Gardner Family Health Network, Inc. Dolly Goel Balaji Govindaswami Greater Bay Area Chapter AFSA Vinayak Gupta Hensel Phelps Construction Co. Heritage Bank of Commerce Michael & LD Hirschklau HomeStreet Hugh Stuart Center Charitable Trust Ashok & Shipra Jain Eugene Kim John Lau Philip Letts Lexus of Stevens Creek LibraryWorld, Inc. LinkedIn Maricich & Associates, Inc. Michael & Laurie McClelland Nantong Hospital Netflix Olander Family Foundation, Inc.

Omron Foundation, Inc. Mahesh Patel Rupalee Patel Andrew Pavicich PayPal PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP Pure Good Foundation Linda Quach Registered Nurses Professional Association Robert Lee & Associates, LLP Rutan & Tucker, LLP San Jose Mercury News Michelle Sandberg Santa Clara Family Health Plan Sante Adairius, LLC SC Builders Sorci Family Foundation Kevin Tanner The Rambus Foundation Therma Michael Tonner Long Trinh Turner Construction Company Union Bank Valley Health Plan Venus Spirits, LLC Karen Von Holtz Keith Walker Winnie Wan Western Digital Corporation David Wilson David Wolff Workday Foundation

BRONZE CIRCLE: $2,500 - $4,999

Action Towing Gregg Adams American Tire Distributors Apple, Inc. Apple Matching Gifts Program Asian Development Bank Bay Area Concrete LLC Blach Construction Jennifer Burkham Thomas Bush Citrix Common Wealth Central Credit Union Judy Cosgrove Jenny Dai Biller Karen Dang Dome Construction Corporation Marcelle Dougan Doximity, Inc. Christina Egan Christopher Elliott Anita Maria Elliott Jeffrey Englander Ernst Development, Inc. Linda Fenn Gary Pollack Construction & Excavation Google, Inc. Dane & Kathy Hardin Hitachi Data Systems Jeppesen Sanderson, Inc. Earl Johnson Joseph J. Albanese, Inc.

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$1,000 - $2,499

18th Street Brewery LLC 99 Bottles of Beer on the Wall Dolores Aguilar Jacqueline AlexanderLoweecey Algolia Praveen Anchala Raymond Applebaum Avid Bank Alfonso Banuelos Benevity Community Impact Fund Pete & Patricia Biocini Venkateshwar Bommakanti Merrill Bowers Bright Funds Foundation Jackie Buckelheide Debbie Burdsall Gabriel Cadena California Association of Neonatologists Kathleen Castillo Andrea Cervenka Jeannette Chang Terry Chavarria Annie Chern Chesler Rev Family Trust Albert Chiang Lisa Chien Nam Cho Cisco Meraki Cisco Systems, Inc. Sheffield & Meta Clarke John Clinch Monica Cramer Cyclegiving Jose & Michelle DaRosa Michael Davis Norine DeGregori Wei-Fen Den Destination: Home Jennifer Domingo-Mihalko The Edward & Rose Donnell Foundation Rosaline Du Mond Thao Duong Dysert Environmental, Inc. Jen Eng Enterprise Holdings Foundation Events & Adventures California Stephen Finn First Statewide Realty First Unitarian Church of San Jose Karen Fletcher Michael Fogel Fremont Bank

Google Matching Gifts Program Greg’s Trucking Service, Inc. Stephen Harris Ofelia Hawk Robert Hawn Gregory Hedling Dana Hellgren Peter Hennessey Hennessy to Hennessy, Inc. Hilton San Jose Tiffany Ho Alexis Horozan Humble Sea, Inc. IBM International Foundation Intel Corporation Matching Gifts Dhanendra Jani William Jensen Nicole Johnson Young Kang Euhnee Kim Kathleen King Kirkorian Family Foundation Marlin Krebs Angela Lauber Gary Lee Lisa Lee FJ & KZ Lewis LinkedIn Matching Gifts Program Paul & Anita Lorenz Kevin Mason Gary Masunaga Ellen McKee Prasanna Menon Allen & Nancy Minton Mark Mooring Cindy & David Morales Michele Mork-Ovson Harry Morrison Kristine Morton Radha Mudaliar Michael Murray Ajit Nair Alice Naqvi Mugler National Seating & Mobility NetApp Netflix Matching Gifts Andrew Nevitt Charles & Theresa Newberry John Noonan Maria Oconer Doug Olson Thomas Ormiston Pacific Peninsula Group Rajul Pandit Ann Perkins Nico Peruzzi Pinn Bros. Development Andrea Polesky Brandon & Alexandra Pollack Sharmila Pramanik Radiological Society of North America Jewel Rey Emma & Michael Rock Reynaldo Rosario Josephine Ruiz San Jose Water Company Annie Sano Santa Clara County Federal Credit Union Scimeca Charitable Fund Jo Scott Shanty Shack Brewing SheasHope Foundation Thomas Shoup Richard Silberstein Silpac Sharad Singh Frances Smyrniotis Solid Concrete Service, Inc. David & Michelle Southwick Roger Spencer Karen Spicer

Stanford Research Park Gregory Steinke Stevens Creek Quarry, Inc. Olaf Strom Nary Sun Jeff Sung Barbara Thompson Mont Thompson Tremin Corporation Toni Tullys Shankar Vedaraman Mary Wang John & Asuncion Wehner Thomas Wentzien Whitroki Enterprises Working Partnership USA Union Community Resources Christopher Worrall Wright Thirteen, LLC Caroline Yip Jeffry Young

FRIENDS OF VMC

Friends of VMC includes supporters who give between $100 and $999 annually.

$500 - $999

Accell North America, Inc. Arlene Acers Jon Adams Snehal Adodra Robert & Kathleen Adzich Richard Alexander Lesley Allen Zeniah Andres Abraham Ankumah AnnMarie Nguyen, MD, Inc. Catherine Anthony John Aron Tom & Allison Bakewell James Ball Tiffany Ballesteros Frances Battendieri Michael & Annette Beamer Rajan Bhandari Leticia Block John Boerger Brenna Bolger Gerald & Kathleen Bowden Brannon Corporation Broadmoor Landscape Supply Eric Brown James Byrne Dave Carvalho Lloyd Cha Mary Chang Jin Chang-Yu William Cheng Sharon Childress Dina Cisneros Iris Colon Curt Comstock Leslie Crowell Meredith & Jim Cutler Andres DeLuna Robert Dennis Cheryl Dewey Dena Dickinson Dana & Elaine Ditmore Dr. Kenneth Felch Chiropractic Prof. Corp Neena Duggal Michael Elliott & Jessica Friedman Jacob Elziq Chris Wilder & Kate Emmett-Wilder David Findley First Church of Religious Science Akemi Flynn Allison Friedenberg Angela Garcia Richard & Mary Jo Garrett

Deborah Gazay Glad To Be Here Foundation, Inc. Jennifer Graber Scott Greubel Grove Construction Devon Groves Gilbert Gutierrez Bo Ha Kei Hanafusa Ben Hanly Jim Harrelson Matthew Haynes Daniel Herrera Sonia Hiatt Penelope Hogg Housing Trust Silicon Valley Nancy Huff Michele Hugin Henry Huie George Hurrell Michael Hwa Brianna Inman David Jacobson K1 Speed, Inc. Nancy Kaatz Rami Keisari Thomas Kelsey Kenny Rogers Plumbing, Inc. Susan Kimura Judy King Pete Klebofski Delphine Kraft Van Kristensen Michael Kristy Kelly Kulers LC Interiors, Inc. Lea & Braze Engineering, Inc. Margaret Lee Vivian Lee Wilma Lee Russell Lemle Phoebe Li Carolyn Linn Yeo Ying Liou Emily Lo Patrick Love Kris Manian Jana Mannan Mark Kelley Construction Co., Inc. James McCarrick Laura McClellan Thomas McClung Nancy McGuinness Jennifer McGullam John Miraglia Keith Moe Morgan Hill Kiwanis Club Jianhong Mu Dena Murphy Grace Navarro Mike Ng Lily Nguyen Thuong Nguyen Gertrude Niehans Elizabeth Nielsen & Sarah Roberson Paul & Claudia Nikcevic Matthew Nudelman Wayne Pacheco Pacific Underground Construction, Inc. Cheryl Pan Penny Peng Christine Perez PG&E Corporation John Pham Krystle Pham Pledgeling Foundation R&B Company Jeff Robertson Joseph Rodriguez David & Debbie Rossetto Jeremy Sackett Judith Sanchez

Lisa Santiago Jeff Schremp Joseph Shank Jim Sharma Sheila Shattuck Jung Sim Shin Dennis Siegler Barbara Simas Anita Sit Joan Smith Beth Smith Michelle Smith Kelly Snider Gerardo Solorio Cortez Debbie Squires Carol & Andrew Stoddard Christine Suarez-Ianovich Michael Sulpizio Ryan Summers Serena Sy-Lazzaroni Yi Tang Debra Taoyama Linda Taylor Michelle Tipton-Burton Richard Tom Christine Tomcala Brusstar Tou Bar Equipment Co., Inc. Young Trinh Jeffrey Tseng Susie Uyeda Miel Vallejo-Brooks Valley Oil Company Irene Vinoya VMWare Trang Vo Jing Wang-Chiang Leslyn Watson Gary Weissenfluh West Coast Contract Flooring Lisa Whitmore Susanne Wilson Jerry Wright Mark Zamudio Zhihong Zou

$250 - $499

Bonnie Adams Dawn Adams Adornment Painting, Inc. Belinda Agdipa Maria Lourdes Agustin Marialice Ames Loida Anub Andrea Arce Rachel Arroyo Martha Ayala Carmen Barroso Elizabeth Bartholomew Eric Battiato Helen Bayati Jim & Patricia Beall Patricia Beebe Carrie Berkovich Laura Berritto Paul Besser Rebecca Blanco Mark Block Jonathan Blum Jan Bowman Renee Brannon Ruth Brennan Andrea Brollini Sara Brown Robert Brownstein Leonid Buslovich Debbie Bybee Cancer CAREpoint Laura Canjura Mai-sie Chan Tiffany Chao Antonia Charles Cindy Chavez David Chen On Cheng Rae-Pei Cherng Yuk Fan Cheung

2017 Donors

Patrick Kearns Jeffery Leinen David Lieberman & Carol Brownstein Dennis Low Lupulo Craft Beer House McAfee Michael McDermand Benita McLarin New Belgium Brewing Co., Inc. Phuong Nguyen Oracle Peter Phan Greg Price Rehab Without Walls Sand Hill Property Company Rene Santiago Silva Watson Moonwalk Fund Dongli Song Jennifer Sprinkles Elizamina Suba Toeniskoetter Family Foundation Dan-Wen Tsai Grace Venus Shirley Wang

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2017 Donors

Dinh Chu Alexander Chyorny Coach Automotive Restyling of Northern California, Inc. Debon Cochrane Robert Coelho Jan & Tony Cokely Steve Conroy Bulmaro Contreras John Cookinham Joseph Cozzolino Erleen Cuevas Cynthia Dang Melissa Dang Adriana De Macias Debby Dearinger Susan Decker Reynato DeLeon Grace DeLeon Faviola DelReal Anjanette DeVito Mary Ann Dewan Ralph Dickman Betsy DiPietro Diep Do Tomas Doctor Debra & George Doeltz Victoria Doll Medha Donde Nelita Eclevia Ian Emmons Pearly Epp Jacqueline Fancher James Fitzgerald Norma Florendo Elizabeth Flores Donna Fraser Barbara French Susan Fritts Kathleen Fujino Tami Fumoto Taumaoe Gaoteote Catherine Garbini-Mendez Adella Garland Faith Garlington Jibu George Matt Gerrior Deira Gerritsen Larry Gerston Robert Goldsmith Kevin Gomes Lorinda Gomes Celia Gonzales Patrick Graf Great Northern Instore William Green Rachel Grocha Welch Piyush Gupta Debra Halladay Halyard Health Frank Harrington Mike Hendry Myrna Heredia Theresa Hogan-Stenhouse Victoria Hollingshead Eileen Hoover Frederick Hopkins Eric Hsiao Wendy Hui Jeff & Fanya Hull Elizabeth Hwang Intero Real Estate Services Juanita Isais Laurie Jarrett Brenda Javier Priya Jegatheesan Kevin and Patricia Jiang Doris Jigba Monina Jones James Jones Barbara Jordan Kristine Kaplan KD Designs of Monterey Sue Kehl Christina Kenney Carolyn Kerr

Heidi Kiehl Shannon Kilgore Janet Kim Carl Kirsch Liliana Kossoy Hamlett Amy Kostishack KPMG Monyta Krin Martin Lamarque Tawnya Lancaster Lora Landeros Melissa Larsen LC Action Police Supply Jennifer Leathers Genie Lee Leah Lee Ian Lennard Alfred and Weiyau Liang Jason Lifshutz Jennifer Lin Lorna Lindo Dennis Lollie Veronica Lopez Anat Lotan M. Kelley Trucking Cloverly Macabeo Mary Lou Madison Jillian Main Sangeeta Mallik Jane Malone Kimanthi & Andrea Marangu Marilyn Marsh Leticia Martinez Martha Martinez Lara McCabe Stephen McKenna Paul Medalla Jean Meddaugh Robert Meder Medical Knowledge Group Sarah Medina Ben Mendoza Cathy Mickow Millennium Research Group Cory Miller Ron Miranda Patricia Mitchell Saundra Mitchell MobilityWorks of California Julia Moran Kelly Morgan Catherine Nelson Sharie Nereu Linh Nguyen Trinh Nguyen Ronald Nowak Tim Obert Rommel Oconer Norma Palafox Louis Pandula Francis Parathara Kirk Perry Max Petersen Sandra Pieper Brady Pierce Greg Pinn Patricia Porter Jonathan Powers Pro-Formance Painting, Inc. Maria Provencio Guillermina Puentes-Ortiz George Putris Manoj Ray Jeffrey Reese Lana Reifenrath Greg Rhine Karl & Theresa Robinson Oliver Roll Angela Rosenbaum Stephanie Ruiz Elizabeth Russell John Salas Nanette Salazar Christina Salvatier Pauline Sanders Troy & Cindy Schalk

Mike Schliesmann School of Arts & Culture at MHP Carol Schulz Lucas Selby-Hele Shobha Sharma Kazuko Shem Christina Sheridan Karri Sieler Karin Silcox-Baker Christopher Slater Lucia Sloan B. Annette Smith Llisel Solis Vanessa Starr Steel Bonnet Brewing LLC Stewardess Emeritus Association The Gallucci Family Charitable Trust Tina Thibeau-Boyd Amy Thompson Stephanie Tooher Quang Tran Yen Truong Bernette Tsai Mark Tutone Shawn Van Bockel Tien Vu Tonia Wainscoat Kalman Weinfeld Helen & Donald Whitelaw Will’s Way Foundation Luz Wrigley Jacklyn Wulftange Jennefer Yoon Jean Young Young’s Auto Supply Center, LLC YourCause, LLC Youth Connections Foundation

$100 - $249

Andrew Abdoli Maureen Acuff Aimee Adamos Adobe Systems, Inc. Karen Alcantara Alicia Aleman Aida Allen Alliance Bernstein Matching Gift Program Mark Altekruse Maribel Alvarado AmazonSmile Foundation American Asphalt Sou Amichia Paul Anderson Diane Anderson Mark Anderson Family Living Trust Jaen Andrews Eric Angel Anonymous Donor Aqualine Piping Philip Armstrong Yin Aye Kathrine Baden Imelda Bagis Viswanathan Balasubramanian Christian Baluyot Aaron Barajas Olivia Barney Steven Baron Elizabeth Barrera James Barrie Hilary Barroga Janet Barron Jill Bartels Ekpenyong Bassey Chris Batis Bear Collision & Service Center Raul Becerril Thomas Behnen Marie Bernard Korinne Berquist

George Block Pamela Bohna John Bonasia Gina Boomershine John Borrelli Barbara Borthwick Murray Bowles Leticia Bracamonte Darlene Brady Susan Branch Brocade Communications Brian Bulger Charles Bullock Justin Bunger John Burchfiel Victoria Burgener Elizabeth Burgos Tom & Madeline Burke Sophia Burney Jack & Darlene Burnham Michael & Donna Butcher Pamela Cabrera-Milburn Eddie Canez Eloisa Carag Stephen Carlin Scott Carpenter Heidi Casares Jessica Cassinelli Barbara Castillo Gregory Catcott Allen Cefalu Norman Cevallos Nancy Chan Judy Chang Ton and Lan Chau Rosa Chavarria Alva Chavez Judy Chen Sarah Cheng Newton Cheung Nelson Chew Susan Choe Sung Choi Shivakumar Chonnad Wen-Nan Chu Philip Chu Thomas Clark Steven and Simone Clary Daniel Clifford Helen Conway David Cook Shirley Cook Richard Coolman Isabel Cordiglia Jack Corkrean Sobe Coronado Maria Cortes Mike Cortez Roger Cory George Costa Patty Cotton Brian Cruz Leticia Cruz Crystal Meth Anonymous Marianne Damon Cynthia D’Amore Carol Danaher Theodore & Diane Danen Patrick Danforth Karl Danz Brian & Lisa Darrow Gary Davis Roxanne & Mike Davis Paulina Davis Bart De Greef Michelle De la Calle Daniel DeAngelis Luningning Decena Gabriela Deeds Rochelle Delegencia Claudia Delgado Laura Demaree Nicole Dennon Tina Dickinson Linda Dietz Anhdao Do

Jenny Do Ly Do Robert Dolci Sara Doorley John Dopke Elias & Maryse Doss-Antoun John & Susan Downey Dick Doyle Tawnya Dozier John Drevlow Eva & Daniel Duarte Hayley Durham-Filo James Durland Shannon Dwyer James Dyer Miguela Ebuen Anna Liza Ejercito Steven Ellenberg John Elliott Maria Elliott Sam Elliott Esam El-Morshedy Margaret Endlein Maria Escobar-Bustamante Christina Esquivel Noelle Farinsky Bill Faulkner Rebecca Fernandez Angela & Bill Ferone Marilou Finelli Jeff Fischer Michael & Peggy Fitzgerald Mary Flanagan-Mata Carmen Flores Erica Flores David Foster Mary Ellen & Michael Fox Bill Foy Stephanie Francisco Lou Frankel Ruby Frost Sameer Gadi Lucy Gallegos Sylvia Gamez Francisca Gandaa Anna Garcia Maria Garcia Paul Garcia Corazon Gargarita Ling Garlow Francesco Germinario Mitchell Gevelber Richard Gilbert Duino & Jacquelyn Giordano Scott Gist Jay Glicksman Linda Gohl Jeanne Gonzales Maritza Gonzalez Teresa Goodman Gayle Gordon Amy Gorospe Ashley Gorrie Allene Graham Laurie Granberry Michael Gravlle J. Paul and Carol Greene Robyn Gregory Angelo Grestoni Kathlyn and Scott Greubel Stephanie Grocha-O’Neill Doris Groves Barbara Hager-Paulsen Dennis Halloran John & Patricia Hammett Elisabeth Handler Michael Hansen Happy Catering Melanie Harris Robert Harris Joan Hauck Linda Hendrickson Tom Henry Mary Herman Meaghan Hernandez Adriana Herrera

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Ellen Knobeloch Sue Koechlin Janet Kohl Nadya Kondrashov Betty Kong Howard Kumamoto Joe Kuspa Shiau-Yeng Lai Cary Laird Si-Tuan & Pei-Fen Lam Lawrence & Jane Lapierre Lark Avenue Car Wash Richard Lautze Joanne Law-Lam Tu Le William Le Scott Leahy Robert Lerner Peter Letchworth David Leyman Lisa Liang (Skrenchuk) Najlah Licudine Chi-Ling Lin Que Eleanor Linder Mona Litman Stephanie Loftus Darline & Guy Lohman Alfredo Lopez Leanna and Roy Lord Richard Lott Roseanna Lourdeaux Larry Lovaglia Maria Ludwikow John Lueder Gabe Lungu Craig Lutz Carmen Lynaugh Denis Lynch Larry Lynch-Freshner Stephen Macias Armi Madayag Geraldine Madden Deborah Magid Ciara Mahan Farah Mahboobi Elisabeth & James Mailhot Michael Mairose Maddie Majlessi Bryan Maldonado Manohar Mamidipelli Melanie Manning Laura Manthey Lauren Markewitz Christopher Martin Araceli Martinez Diana Martinez Maureen Masoletti Mickey Matkovich

Robert McBride Michael McCandless Kathleen McCoy Sandy & Brian McDonald William McFarland Suzanne McFarlane Kimberlin McGinty Maryanne McGlothlin Darlene Mears Carrie Medlock Melvin E Irvin, Disability Representative, Inc. Betty Mendoza Belia Meraz Kristina Meyer Charlotte Miller Mindy Miller Brittney Minium Evelyn Miranda Navnit & Nivedita Mishra Sonya Misra Justin Moe Barbara Moehrlin Maria Mogan Alice Moitozo Mostafa Momayez Tom Monroe Russ Moore Steve Morales Angel Moreno Barbara Morris Kevin & Stephanie Morris William Morrison Ilya Moskovko Linda Mowry Ryan Moynihan Patrick Mundy Rose Myers Felicisima Nabong Bharath Nagabhushanam Jacob and Amy Naim Sudha Rani Narasimhan Timothy Nardine Jennifer Nash Corina Navarro Lan Ngo Alexander Nguyen Alynn Van Nguyen An Nguyen Charles Nguyen Hoang Nguyen Hue Nguyen Loc Nguyen Ngoc Nguyen Teresa Nguyen John Nielsen Nancy Nielsen Vijay Nigam

Wednesdays

May – November

Mark Nii Sahidun Nisha Michael Norris Virgenia Obis Sunny Ochoa Kimberly Ogle Monalisa Olague Steve and Charissa Olmos Marta Olvera Charles & Jo Ann Orr Veronica Ortiz Suzann Osborne Dawn Osby Julie Ott David Page Mahendra & Kokila Pandit Luciano & Remedios Panlilio Gopi Patel Denise Patlan Anjalika Pattanaik Anna Pazand Howard & Vivian Pearce Robert Pedersen Gloria Perez Shanti Perkins Margaret Perlstein Gloria Perot Elizabeth Peters Tram Pham Mau Don Phung Thanh Phung Deborah Pickering Robert Poole Elizabeth Postovit Teresa Powell Christina Prola Catherine Puntanilla Clarisse Punzalan-Trinh Nancy Pyle Nathalie Quan Grace Quinanola Pat Quinn Moises Quiroz Peggy Radcliffe Michelle Rambo Maria Ramirez Sylvia Ramirez Denise Ramos Alice Ramsauer Tammy Ramsey Farzaneh Raoufi Mimi Ratra Mark Rayes Kristina Reed Carol Reeves Marilyn Reiss-Carradero Donald Renelle Robert Riccelli

10 am – 2 pm

Valley Specialty Center 751 S. Bascom Avenue, San Jose, CA 95128 Free public parking available. Please bring a bag for your produce!

Dean Rinicella Jose Rios Mary Lou Ritter Rafael Rius Leon & Maria Roat Marc Rogers Mary Ann Rokovich Dalton & Shirley Rolen Dolores & Anthony Rollis Dana Romalis Carrie Rose Dana Rose Richard Rose Ellen Rosenstein Matthew Rosso Julita Roy Sarah Ruby Bruce & Lisa Ruddell Neil Rufino Laura Ruiz Karin Rumstedt David Russell Henry & Kathryn Ryczkowski Barbara Saavedra Leah Saim Doug Sales Regina Saliba Patricia Salmon M. Sampson Daniel Sanchez Judy Sanchez Roberto Sanchez Prabhjot Sandhu Mary Ann Sanidad Linda Sardi Nicole Saunders Clay Schaper James Schek Carol Schelling Erik Schoennauer Gary Schoennauer Ursula Schorn William Schultz Schwab Charitable Fund Melissa Schwartz Philip Schwarz Patricia Scofield Ruel Sevilla Aradhana Sharma Tim Shea Nathan Shifflet Gordon and Michi Shimizu Donald Shortt Susan Silveira Tammy & Jordan Silver Joel Silverman Betty & Paul Skov Ari Slater Ervie Smith Jeffrey Smith Jon Smith Ruth Smith Veronica Smith Jared Smolens Ruth Soito Deborah Soliz Rolla Solomon Jace Soper Elias Soto Chris Sponseller Diane St. Denis Deb Steele Karen Stern Rafael Steven David & Elizabeth Stow Janneke Strause Stripe Design Group, LLC Nick & Julie Struthers Angela Suarez Rachel Sumi Jean Sutherland Stacy Sweeney Noel Sy-Quia Carissa Tamargo Han-Yuan Tan Larry Tan

2017 Donors

Roger Herrmann Lucia Heylman Dale Hill Rita Hiscock-Wagner Andrew Ho Wiley & Suzanne Hodges Jon Holloway Lisa Holmes Aric Homesley Melvin Honda Michelle Honda-Phillips Kristine Hopp Robert Horowitz Jennifer Howard Sam Hsiao Stephen & Susan Hsieh Aundrea Hudgens Rachelle Huemoeller Anna Hui Alyssa Hunter Tai Huynh Claudia Idehara Kent Imai Del Ira Eric Ivory-Chambers Richard Jacinto Anshuka Jain Josellen Janojan Sawmui Jelinek Andrea Jelks Carlo Jimenez Diane Jimenez Dale Johnson Jonathan Johnson Margaret Johnson Michele Johnson Cecilia Juanillo Dennis & Lorrie Judd Eunyoung Jun George Kahwaty Bill Kambol Bob Kane Christopher Kaser Marie Kawayoshi Shirley Kay Ronald & Diane Keihl Chris Kellenberger Roxanne Kennedy Steven & Shari Kenyon Leyon Khalili Chhuy Khauv Michael Khaw Martha Kiernan Alganesh Kifle Steve and Seung Kimn Daniel King Linda King Randall Klein

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2017 Donors

Christine Taupier David Tchang Tea Drops, Inc. The Tintworks Enterprise Cam Thi Michael Thomson Laura & Nicholas Tindall Veronica Tiscareno Larry To Sharon Tornberg Rosa Torres Cathy Tran Huong Tran Phuong Trinh Snehalata Trivedi Melissa Truesdel Minh Truong Minh Truong Jim Tsai Ching-Yun Tseng Giselle Tsering Joy Tung Sage Turowski Todd Turowski Pilar Tusa Charlene Uenaka Christine Ueno Geraldine Ugaddan Una Mas United Way of the Bay Area Randall Upton Ernestina Valdez Nicole Valenti Angelica Vallejo Joyce Van De Pitte Georgina Van Horn Mary Ann Van Paul Doug Vander Esch Chatrabhuj Vegda Shane Vermette Tania Villalpando Ulf Vinneras Lisa Vischer Norris Vivatrat Kimhong Vo Kavie Von Husen Anhthu Vu Loraine Wallace Gretchen Ward Don Wardstrom Mike Warrener Sachiko Watanabe Lyle & Alyson Weaver Cathy Weeks Dan Weidman Greg & Laura Weilert West Valley Plumbing & Heating D. Kirk Westbrook Frederick Wetschnig Shari Williams Christoper Williard Jeremy & Marcia Wire Dianne Withelder Patrick Wrigglesworth Moges Yimer Jennifer Yoo Elena Yoshida Donald Yoshizumi Clark Young Joseph Yuhas Josephine Yusim Jessica Zahn-Riley James Zapata Bozena Zellner Jiayang Zhang Kevin Zwick

$50 - $99

Muzyen Abdulkadir Jack & Melody Ackerman Arsenia Aguila I Albrecht Jamie Allen Adolph & Virginia Anderson Gwen Anderson

Garnetta Annable Archana Aragon Elizabeth Aranas Sandy & Jess Babbitt Shankar Badve Navneet Baidwan Tim Balistreri Terry & Carolyn Barnhart Gayle Barrett Richard & Susan Bauerle Carmelita Bayron Carol & Rom Beck Roy & Josephine Beck Rebecca Beekman Atsuko & Keith Bennett Carol Bennett Betty Benson Carolyn Benson Robert & Kathleen Beymer Manjeshwar Bhat Cuc Bien Ann Bitonti Lois Blackmer Karen & Fern Bolding Charles Borgia Ingrid Bossen Sam Brandt Tom Braucht Roger & Margot Brockmeyer Seymour Bross Arthur Brown Jennifer Buckley Jerome Burg Kristina Burton Sylvia Bustamante Leticia Cabello Evelyn Caceres-Chu Christine Canales Maria Carlucci Kevin Carney Mary Lynn Carroll Sharon Carroll David & Jeanette Carter Perfecto Castillo Teresa Chagoya Denise Chavez Cheap Seats Henry Chen Edmond Cheung Mina Chow Laxmi Chowdhary Mary Chrysler Russell Cobb Megan Colbacchini Brad Corso Daniel & Joy Coyle Dave Cracknell Daniel Cruz Katherine Cunningham Jenita Cyriac Jimmy Dac Patrick & Claribel Dare Larry & Janet Darrow Lisette Davila Leona DeGuzman Agnes DelVecchio Mary Denny Rumulo & Judith Dequiros Heena & Indra Desai Brahney Diane Tam Doan Nicholas Donaldson Elizabeth Donovan Irma Duran Sabrina Eber Christine Eberle Kay Egan EScrip Edna Esguerra Stacey Falls Renee Faught David Faugno Trudy Felix Lori Fernandez Monica Fernandez Lawrence Fisher

Nancy Floerke Phyllis Florin Adrienne Flynn Lawrence Foley Michael Founds William and Arrita Frantz Joan Freed Patricia Freitas Carol Gear Sunil & Jankee Gharat Anna & Dan Gold Eliad Goldwasser Andrew Gong Lee Gorny Elizabeth Gounas R. Kelly Graham Petra Green Christie Green Thuan Ha Eden Haile Douglass Hall Andrea Hammer Hands on Cooking Adventures Eleanor Hansen Terrance Hartley Catherine Hill Judy & Rob Hines Natalie Hodgen David Hook Ellen & David Hovey Allen Hu Quang Huynh Tina Huynh Ed Irvine Mary James Ioana Jingoiu Adrienne Johnson Liz Johnson Marcela Johnson Sean Johnson Virginia Johnson Jennifer Jones Rachid Kabeche Kaiser Permanente Monique Kalyanraman Alexander Kami Greg & Lori Katterhagen Avtar Kaur He Kim Mary Carmel King Craig Kovaleski Dave Kramer-Urner John & Renate Kroeger Marysa Lainez Nga Lam Yakira Landaverry Gina Ledwell Hwan Lee Luisa Lennon Collin Lim Debbie Locke Eric and Sylvia Lopez Eleanor Lowery Corinne Lowrey Queen Lu Christina Lum Jose Luna Karen Machida Glenice Magee Hoa Mai Maia Marken Paulina Martinez Emi Mason Jeff Massoglia Farhan Matin Greg Maturi Cathy McAbee McMurray Chiropractic Office Audrey Mendenhall David Mertens Gertrude Miller Julia Miller Ken Misin Sheldon & Evelyn Mittleman Xochitl Montes Virginia Moore

Hilbert Morales Patrice Morris Lexa Most John & Janette Najar Roger & Elise Neef Christopher Neufeld Duong Nguyen Hung Nguyen Maily Nguyen Terylyn Nguyen Triet Nguyen Si Nguyen Ngoc Nguyen Huong Nguyen Kim Nguyen Carlene Obrien Ippei Okutake Matilde Oliverio Kinga & Jeff Olson Thin Oo Orchard Valley Coffee Eva Orton Teruye Oshidari Randall Parker Julie Parks Danelle Pasquinucci Mahendra Patel Devin Patel Joanna Petroff Binh Pham Lien Pham Tan Pham Greg Phillips Amelia Phinn Cuc Phu Margo Pizzo Sheryn Portera Inna Press Robert Pronovost Hoang Quan Quan-The-Am Thien-Tu Alison Quoyeser Melysha Ramos Priscilla Raudes Mubashar Rehman Rhonda Richards Jeffrey Rively Jane Roberson Lynne Robertson Walter & Lois Robinson Sherry Roderick Patricia Rodriguez Seferina Rodriguez Peter Ross Sharon Rowland Marilyn Roxas Sue Runsvold Karin Russell Maria Saade Daoud Salvador Salazar Teresa Sanchez Eva Michelle Sandelien Maureen Scharberg Lorna Schlachet Marlene & Herb Schmidt Eric & Erika Schmitz Fredric & Sheila Schmitz Jacqueline Schooler Bette Schott Brandi Schumaker Kantilal Shah Pushpa Shah Carroll Shannon Parbha Sharma Joyce Shimizu Chen-Tsen Shu Bruce Simpson Iqbal Singh Laurie Smith Linda Smith Monica Smith Stephanie Smith Holger Steinbach Laura Stemmle Rich Stephens Claud & Karen Stewart

Judi Stewart Stewart Survivors Trust Gregory Stout Rajaram Subramanian Veronica Suguitan Leah Svete Joseph Tansek James Taylor Michael Terpko Vinh Thai Paul Thilking Michael Thomson Thanh To Charlize Tran Chi Tran Duyen Tran Sarah Trinh Tats & Rose Tsunekawa Eleanor Tullis Warren Upton Taylor Urbany Andrellie Van Wageningen Ahmed Vanya Angelica Vargas Mary Verna Jatinder Virdi Albert Vita Hung Vo Mai Vo Michael Whitney Kathleen Wilder Patricia Wilker David Wilson Leonie Worsham Zhi Yang Li Yeh Julie Yeomans June Yokell Brian Young Ken & Kathryn Young Rebecca Young YourCause/Electronic Arts Outreach

$1 - $49

Glenn A Robin Abbott-Rubiales Martha Abrajan Rhonda Abram Angelica Acosta Vincent and Sara Adan Max Akhterov Erica Akin Colleen Alabado Jennifer Alexander Lydia Alfiler Tony Alhino Cindy Aloha Mahbubul Amin Farhad Amir-Ebrabimi Reyna Andalon Patricia Anderson Courteney Andrews Adeluisa Angeles Shokrollah Ansari Lailani Antonio Sandra Arasato Karen Atkinson Barbara & William Avery Jesus Avila John Baechler Greg Bahr Candra Bailly Joey Balistreri Robert Ballard Sonia Banh Jerry Banks Alexandra Barcelo Nathan Barfield Diana Barraza David & Lupe Barreras Roger Barrett Jean Barrick Lucas Bartell Alan Beal Jack Beards

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Blake Edelman Charles Edwards Robert Eggert-Peluso Jacqueline Ekstrom Martin Elzingre Reymundo & Beatriz Espinoza Marco Esquivel Jae Evans David Evans Edwin & Belinda Fadrigon Thomas Favero Stacie Fazzio Anthony Filice Martin Flores Robert Flores Carmel Forte Janice Francis Loraine Frohbach Martha Fulton Loreto Gabatino Janet Gallagher Peter Galpin Antonia Garcia Matt Garibaldi Angelina Garza Christine Gibbins Lenore Gilberstadt Steven Gin David Gitin Enrique Godinez Maria Gonzales Joseph Grabiec Veronica Grob Mike Gucwa Elliot Guernsey Sean Gullion Steven Haas Steve Haga Richard Hahn Daniel Haldeman Michael Hamblin Melody Hames David Han Stephanie Han Mark Harer Jason Hauck Stephen Hays Zhongxiang He Mykel Hedetniemi Natalie Heling Veronica Hennessey Lisa Herbold Sandy Hernandez Herta Hernitz Ngoc Ho Katherine Houts Suchang Hsieh Charlie Huynh Lucie Hyde Matthew Jacobi Hardev and Surinder Jammu Scott Johnson Deborah Jones Frances Jones Meliton Juan Kaiser Permanente Matching Gifts Asha Kaloocheril Kulwinder Kalotia Camilla Kamanda Michelle Kaplan Geriann & Philip Karleen Shareen Kaur Stacy & Jeff Kazan Cynthia Keene Nenita Khu Millie & Robert Kitchin Jeannette Klebofski Rhosie Koopmans Bhavika & Deepak Kothari Svetlana Kuzmina Cuong La Debbie Labucay Cong Lam Elizabeth Lanham Ned Laugharn

Helene Lavelle Loan Le Luc Le Darren Leary Betty Lee Sing Chun Lee Miles Lehman Pollyanna Leung Elizabeth Levin Susan Levine Janet Lewis Jie Li Min Li Sha Liang David & Jeanne Lichtenstein Chyong-Lih Lin David Longcore Olive Lopez Rosa Lopez Laura Lowrey Jamie Lubov Joseph & Ann Lucia Donald & Cynthia Ludwig Consuelo Lugo Michael Lung Diem Ly Mary Frances Lynch Chris Lynn Eugeny Lyumkis Mollie Madden Nellie Maestre Marcy Mamiya Mary Mammini Cynthia Mana-ay Jim Mangum Judy Marsh Creighton Martin Damian Martin Marcos Martinez Thomas Maslen Betty and James Mason Gino Maspinas Donna Matney Tom Matsuyama Charlotte Matthias-Murphy Nita McGill Phyllis McIntosh Michael McKean Maureen McLoughlin Sandra Medeiros Ame Mel Alberto Melendrez Kirsten Melin Daniel Melinger William and Beryl Meuli Tawnee Michelucci Microsoft Matching Gifts Program Mighty Miracles Soo Min Richard Mindigo Anne Mitchell Rachel Mixon Fakhri Mojaver Tehrani Catalina Montejo Mabala Mirriam Moody Bruce Morimoto Marie Moseley Chana Motobu Guilherme Moura Jacqueline Murray Kai Nakamura Hidemi Nakashima Shizuo & Judy Nakawatase Cary Nelson Mimi Ngo Noeung Nguon Anhthu Nguyen Chau Nguyen Cuc Nguyen Cung Nguyen Ho Nguyen Lang Nguyen Loi Nguyen Nhu & Hue Nguyen Thu-Thuy Nguyen

Tram Nguyen Viet Nguyen Vuong & Vy Nguyen Anh Nguyen Le Charles O’Brien Eric O’Dea Kari Olandese Joe & Rosanna Oliveira Luzviminda Oliveria Anne Olson Orlando HOA Services Greg Ortiz Shastina Osibov Benjamin Ostrander Ronnie and Jennifer Paet Gordon Page Rita Palestro James & Joan Palmtag Gregorio Pampolina Anita Paras Romina and Ashish Parikh Ji Park Renetta Parry Aurora Pascual Amaidas Patel Robert & Rockesanda Peeks Manual Pelaez Benjamin Pence The Penny Ice Creamery Raquel Perez Douglas Perry Tho Pham Julie Phan Shirley Platt Luke Powers Alexandra Prasaud Eduardo Pretell Petra Probert Al Proctor Prometheus Real Estate Group Susan Queja Amba Raghavan Sue Ream Wayne Reeves Marjorie Resnick JoAnn Revoir Tennie Reynolds James Richards Patrick Riley Nicole Rinsky Roland Rivera Melaena Roberts Casey Roberts Vera Rocco Leonisa Rosario Kristine Rouss Route66rv.com, LLC Violeta Sabater Sherri Sadler Mark Sakowski Rosemary Salas Grace Salinas Vahid Salmani Flora Salvatierra Diane Sanchez Harbhajan Sangha Robert & Marleen Santana Ligaya Saquing Carolyn Scaglione Bill Schick Jeffrey and Linda Schlageter Anna Schmitz David Schmitz Kaitie Schmitz Karl & Cornelia Schmucki Helmut Scholz Natalie Schriger William Schwartz Luisa Sempere Aparna Seshadri David Shannon Ashok Sharma Vaibhav Sharma Wanda Shaw Judy Shie John & Susie Shields

Manfred Siegler Adeline Silva Susan Silva Julita Silvestre Jordyn Sims Barbara Sink Elizabeth Sippl Avita Sirimit Patrick Sisco Mary Ann Smith Will Snow Elva Sosa Donna Stanley Becky Steinbruner Ricardo Strawn Evangeline Suba Albina Subiabre-Seron Douglas & Peggy Sumida Cuc Ta Ron Talain Leon & Fusako Talley The Lancaster Group Donnell Thomas Christine Thompson TJ’s Shop Jeanny To Allison Torke Joann Toy Shinaye Toyoshima Cot Tran Roi Tran Trang Tran Victoria Tran Viet-Linh Tran Louis & Analisa Travaglione Cheryl Trias Binh Truong Ignacio Vallejo Rob Valone Cristina Vidal Guillermina Vizcaino Dai Vo Kevin & Kathy Vu Tien Vu Rhonda Waldron James Webster Carson Welty Wandalee White Cecilia Wilson Doug Wilson Melonie Wilson Fred & Mary Wing Michael Woods Steve Woodward Rong Xia Rongxing Yan Lianzi Yang Martin Yee Ying Yin Jennifer Young Qian Zhuge Irina Zhuravleva

2017 Donors

Cole Bedolla Robert Bennett Peter Betjemann Nadine Betti Rae Boghossian Frank & Carol Bonzell Reta Boyles Zac Brandt Marykay Breitenbach Angie Breshears Linda Breslauer Olivia Brice Michael Brodie Trung Bui Thuyet Bui Andrew Burdett Shel Burrell Rene Cabang Linda Cabebe Gerald & Gloria Calbreath Andrea Cameron Alberto Campos Celia Campoy Maria Canova Kimberley Cappelloni Catherine Card Barbara Carrasco Althea Carter Ari and Joyce Cartun Taylor Castro Roxanne Caswell Gretchen Cefalu Cameron Chabre Clarence and Lois Chance Veena Chand Wesley Chang Somane Charles Wei-Li Chen Hilda Chen Peter Chiu Suttinun Chivakunakorn Vickey Chou Sharon Choyce Abbey Chrystal Anna Chun Thomas & Madeline Clarke Nancy Claytor Gerry Coleman Carla Collins Linda Combs Linda Commiciotto Gloria Cordova Alexis Corsbie Adlai Couch Carolyn & Craig Crandall Elizabeth Crane John Crosetto Carol Crow Hollie Crower Shirley Cseh Jennifer Cun Roy Cureton Custom Ink, LLC Moya Damberger Thanh Dang Thanh Dang Adnan Daoud Debbie D’Aunay Nicole Davis Estela De Guzman Amelito & Christine De Jesus Allen Deguchi Lisa Del Amo Fernando Delgadillo Robert Dennis Nhung Dinh Gloria Doheny Marilyn Dolby Pablo Dominguez Gary Doupnik Trevor Dowds Alfred Drumm Ysabel Duron Doris Ebert Abbey Eby Eugene Eckert

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Join the heroes of Santa Clara Valley Medical Center, the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office, and the Santa Clara County Fire Department for the 2018 Heroes Run. Enjoy fun activities for the whole family! • 5K Run/Walk & Obstacle Course – $35 • Superhero Kids Run Fun & Obstacle Course – $15 • Hero Dash Obstace Course – $5 or free with Run/Walk • Kids and family costume contest • Superheroes along the way • Community fair • Helicopter and superhero landing • Classic and modern SCC Sheriff and Fire Department vehicles – you can even sit in them! All proceeds benefit the Valley Medical Center Foundation and support children’s healthcare services at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center Hospital & Clinics.

November 3, 2018 Cupertino Civic Center 10800 Torre Avenue See you there!


Financial Statements Per federal, state and local requirements, the VMC Foundation is obligated to undergo and make publically available an independent audit reports each fiscal year. The reports includes a Statement of Financial Position, Statement of Activities, and a Statement of Functional Expenses. The complete 2017 report – available online at vmcfoundation.org – includes all related notes to these statements. This report also details VMC Foundation

Financial Statements

operating revenues and expenses for fiscal year 2017.

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INDEPENDENT AUDITORS’ REPORT To the Board of Directors of VMC Foundation, San Jose, California We have audited the accompanying financial statements of VMC Foundation (the “Foundation”, a California nonprofit public benefit corporation), which comprise the statements of financial position as of December 31, 2017 and 2016, and the related statements of activities and changes in net assets, functional expenses and cash flows for the years then ended, and the related notes to the financial statements. Management’s Responsibility for the Financial Statements Management is responsible for the preparation and fair presentation of these financial statements in accordance with accounting principles generally accepted in the United States of America; this includes the design, implementation, and maintenance of internal control relevant to the preparation and fair presentation of financial statements that are free from material misstatement, whether due to fraud or error. Auditors’ Responsibility Our responsibility is to express an opinion on these financial statements based on our audits. We conducted our audits in accordance with auditing standards generally accepted in the United States of America. Those standards require that we plan and perform the audit to obtain reasonable assurance about whether the financial statements are free from material misstatement. An audit involves performing procedures to obtain audit evidence about the amounts and disclosures in the financial statements. The procedures selected depend on the auditors’ judgment, including the assessment of the risks of material misstatement of the financial statements, whether due to fraud or error. In making those risk assessments, the auditor considers internal control relevant to the entity’s preparation and fair presentation of the financial statements in order to design audit procedures that are appropriate in the circumstances, but not for the purpose of expressing an opinion on the effectiveness of the entity’s internal control. Accordingly, we express no such opinion. An audit also includes evaluating the appropriateness of accounting policies used and the reasonableness of significant accounting estimates made by management, as well as evaluating the overall presentation of the financial statements. We believe that the audit evidence we have obtained is sufficient and appropriate to provide a basis for our audit opinion. Opinion

Financial Statements

In our opinion, the financial statements referred to above present fairly, in all material respects, the financial position of VMC Foundation as of December 31, 2017 and 2016, and the changes in its net assets and its cash flows for the years then ended in accordance with accounting principles generally accepted in the United States of America.

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Statement of Financial Position ASSETS

DEC 31, 2017

DEC 31, 2016

$1,581,933

$1,031,070

3,694,661

6,334,439

175,172

155,800

Prepaid expenses

42,924

40,103

Inventory

36,584

32,037

5,890,352

3,781,235

146,487

119,071

10,000

10,000

11,578,113

11,543,755

DEC 31, 2017

DEC 31, 2016

120,115

266,085

2,750

1,000

122,865

267,085

1,141,798

999,301

Temporarily restricted

10,303,450

10,267,369

Permanently restricted

10,000

10,000

11,455,248

11,276,670

11,578,113

11,543,755

Cash and cash equivalents Pledges receivable, net Accounts receivable

Investments Cash surrender value of life insurance Investments restricted for permanent endowment Property and equipment, net Total assets

LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS Liabilities: Unsettled Stock Accounts payable and accrued liabilities Deferred revenue Total liabilities Net Assets: Unrestricted

Total net assets

Financial Statements

Total liabilities and net assets

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Statement of Activities FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 2017

UNRESTRICTED

TEMPORARILY RESTRICTED

PERMANENTLY RESTRICTED

TOTAL

$50,000

$2,058,705

$2,108,705

1,082,546

1,231,123

2,313,669

Service fees

430,876

430,876

Contributions, in-kind

100,523

13,577

114,100

Special events, net

249,941

249,941

Sale of merchandise, net

48,189

48,189

Gain on life insurance

27,416

27,416

Other revenue

26,553

26,553

Investment income

324,876

324,876

Net assets released from restriction

3,267,324

(3,267,324)

5,608,244

(36,081)

5,644,325

UNRESTRICTED

TEMPORARILY RESTRICTED

PERMANENTLY RESTRICTED

TOTAL

4,183,168

4,183,168

Management and general

592,656

592,656

Fundraising

689,923

689,923

5,465,747

5,465,747

UNRESTRICTED

TEMPORARILY RESTRICTED

PERMANENTLY RESTRICTED

TOTAL

Change in net assets

142,497

36,081

178,578

Net assets, beginning of year

999,301

10,267,369

10,000

11,276,670

1,141,798

10,303,450

10,000

11,455,248

REVENUE AND SUPPORT Grants Contributions

Total Revenue and Support EXPENSES Program services Supporting services

Total expenses

NET ASSETS

Financial Statements

Net assets, end of year

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Statement of Functional Expenses TOTAL PROGRAM + SUPPORT SERVICES

PROGRAM SERVICES

MANAGEMENT & GENERAL

FUNDRAISING

TOTAL SUPPORT SERVICES

$2,215,656

$2,215,656

651,952

386,941

380,474

767,415

1,419,367

Employee benefits

30,455

49,663

23,652

73,315

103,770

Payroll taxes

43,195

27,179

25,259

52,438

95,633

Retirement contribution

18,441

10,524

9,098

19,622

38,063

Management and contractor fees

500,814

4,347

49,214

53,561

554,375

Conferences, events and meetings

295,807

4,809

34,694

39,503

335,310

Travel

125,667

1,584

19,301

20,885

146,552

In-kind expenses

59,125

6,727

48,248

54,975

114,100

Office expense and supplies

83,805

3,929

6,378

10,307

94,112

Computer expenses

56,464

2,576

12,085

14,661

71,125

Staff training and recognition

61,205

1,565

199

1,764

62,969

Printing, mailing and postage

5,568

4,826

46,415

51,241

56,809

Insurance

2,608

49,954

49,954

52,562

Advertising and promotion

9,430

29,582

29,582

39,012

Accounting and professional expenses

1,658

32,085

847

32,932

34,590

Bank and investment fees

14,280

3,682

3,682

17,962

Legal

2,698

4,996

4,996

7,694

Other expenses

4,340

951

795

1,746

6,086

Total expenses

4,183,168

592,656

689,923

1,282,579

5,465,747

EXPENSES Assistance to U.S. entities Salaries and wages

Financial Statements

FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 2017

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Operating Expenses and Revenue As an independent 501c3 nonprofit organization, the VMC Foundation must pay for operating expenses via fundraising and other revenue generating activities. Operating expenses include but are not limited to costs for personnel, insurance, marketing, audit and tax filings. The sources of these revenues, as well as a breakdown of operating expenses, are detailed below. These revenues and expenses pertain to operational costs only. They do not reflect the entire scope of VMC Foundation fundraising for programs, capital purchases and other initiatives that benefit the Santa Clara Valley Medical Center Hospital & Clinics and the County of Santa Clara Health System.

$2.05M

OPERATING EXPENSES

OPERATING REVENUE $1,342,173

County of Santa Clara

100,383

Management fees

363,220

92,380

Investment revenue

352,816

89,365

Individual or corporate contributions

227,286

61,676

VMC and county employee giving

206,074

51,930

County of Santa Clara in-kind rent*

84,090

49,954

Vendor fair

82,250

38,063

Grants

45,000

Accounting and professional expenses

34,219

Direct mail

43,354

Fund transfers

21,285

Bank and investment fees

31,775

In-kind contributions*

16,293

Advertising and promotion

29,582

Other income

9,938

Computer expenses

27,753

Bank interest

1,955

Conferences, events and meetings

27,065

Assistance to U.S. entities

26,990

Travel

23,689

Office expenses and supplies

10,646

Legal

5,154

Other expenses

2,067

Staff training and recognition

1,764

Depreciation

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Financial Statements

$2.05M

Salaries and wages In-Kind expenses Employee benefits Payroll taxes Management and contractor fees Printing, mailing and postage Insurance Employee retirement contribution

Total operating expenses

$600,000

Total operating revenue

2,053,562

– 2,046,628

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JOIN US IF YOU DARE FOR “A WICKED AFFAIR” The Valley Medical Center Foundation’s Annual Gala & Auction at Villa Ragusa in Campbell on October 6th, 2018, at 6 pm Imagine stepping into a spooky evening of elegance where guests will enjoy a variety of thrills & chills, with live & silent auctions, fine local wines, a fabulous dinner, and hauntingly good music. This year’s event will not be your cliché Halloween party, but instead will feature all the fun you can expect from our gala, with a few wicked twists. Come dressed to kill in costume or black-tie and be prepared to have a devilishly good time. Tickets & Sponsorship: vmcfoundation.org/gala

OCT 6 DOORS@6PM VILLA RAGUSA CAMPBELL


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Annual Report 2017  

The Valley Medical Center Foundation Annual Report for 2017. Includes audited financial statements.

Annual Report 2017  

The Valley Medical Center Foundation Annual Report for 2017. Includes audited financial statements.

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