About the VMC Foundation The VMC Foundation is a nonprofit, charity organization* that raises private donations from the community on behalf of Santa Clara Valley Medical Center Hospital and Clinics (SCVMC) and other County of Santa Clara safety netÂ institutions. The Foundation seeks these donations to purchase equipment and fund programs that improve the quality of care and access to medical treatment for all residents of Santa Clara County. Founded in 1988, the VMC Foundation has raised $85 million in support of vital health programs and services since inception. The Foundation also plays an important advocacy role to educate the public and opinion leaders on the role of SCVMC in the community. 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 directly operating programs such as Reach Out and Read, patient wireless internet access, the VMC Farmersâ€™ Market and more. Lastly, the VMC Foundation performs a vital administrative role within the SCVMC ecosystem. This function includes project management and reporting for grants, administration (i.e. accounting, deposits and disbursements) of 150 unique funds and the preparation of financial statements, audits and tax filings as required.
About Santa Clara Valley Medical Center Hospital and Clinics SCVMC is the public safety net health system for Santa Clara County, California. Services are provided at a 574-bed acute care teaching hospital and research institution, as well as at community-based clinics. SCVMC provides health About the VMC Foundation
services to 1 in 4 residents of Santa Clara County and has an open door policy
that guarantees everyone access to care, regardless of ability to pay. It is owned and operated by the County of Santa Clara and affiliated with the Stanford University School of Medicine. *Federal Tax ID 77-0187890
The Board of Directors Ralph Dickman – Chairperson Vice President, Union Bank
Dennis Low, MD General Internal Medicine, SCVMC, Retired
Marcelle Dougan, ScD, MPH, MEng Researcher, Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Dan Niehans Attorney at Law, Gunderson Dettmer LLP, Retired
Christina Egan Manager, Volunteer Services, SCVMC Elaine Elkin – Secretary President, E Two & Associates, Inc. Christina L. Esquivel, CPA Robert Half Management Resources Lou Frankel President, Trilex Construction Dolly C. Goel, MD Medical Director, Valley Health Plan Balaji Govindaswami, MD, MPH Director of Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Chief of Neonatology, SCVMC Vinayak Gupta EVP Operations, Zero Mass Water Earl Johnson Former Director, Office of Family Assistance U.S. Department of Health & Human Services
Joe Parisi President, Therma, Inc. Ash Pirayou Attorney at Law, Rutan & Tucker, LLP Ron Sidell Co-Founder and Executive Director, Ophoenix Laurie Smith Sheriff, County of Santa Clara D. Kirk B. Westbrook – Treasurer Senior Vice President, Regional Underwriting and Portfolio Risk Manager, HomeStreet Bank E. Christopher Wilder Chief Executive Officer, The VMC Foundation Susanne B. Wilson Principal, Solutions By Wilson Chris Worrall Hitachi Executive, Retired
Brenna Bolger Thomas Bush, MD Gregory Jenkins, MD Peggy Fleming-Jenkins Bill Marr Jean Meddaugh, RN
Gerry Beemiller Michael E. Fox, Sr. Norman Kline Charles Toeniskoetter Leah Toeniskoetter
The Board of Directors
Kathleen King Executive Director, Healthier Kids Foundation
Contents Letter from the CEO of the VMC Foundation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Letter from the Chairperson of the VMC Foundation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Letter from the CEO of Santa Clara Valley Medical Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
■ IMPACT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 A New Health Center for Downtown San José . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 A Warm Welcome for Visitors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 A New Hope . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 A Free Book for Every Child . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 A Victory to End Homelessness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
■ DONOR SPOTLIGHT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 The Sorci Family Foundation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Thomas Boström & Claire McCormack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Logitech . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Danielle Burks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Jen Eng, MD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Our Generous 2016 Donors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
■ FINANCIAL STATEMENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Let’s agree on this; 2016 wasn’t boring. I suppose that saying 2016 was an eventful year would be The Understatement of 2016! A lot happened, that’s for sure, and at the VMC Foundation we’re proud of several things that made the year memorable – in a good way. First, we were instrumental in advocating for a Santa Clara County bond measure to fight the homelessness crisis. County Measure A passed by a single percentage point in November. That means our efforts to educate, urge other nonprofits to help and to secure donations was pivotal. The result? A billion dollars for supportive housing. Why did we do it? Frankly, because the homelessness crisis IS a healthcare crisis. Second, we had a great party around the opening of Valley Health Center Downtown. Eight years in the planning and building, this new full-service clinic is a result of Measure A’s 2008 passing. It’s beautiful, it’s needed and it’s here for everyone. Third, our work to create San Jose’s first Women and Children’s Center has progressed. New plans for mega-scale public art and a re-imagining of the 5th floor of the building are just the beginning. We can’t wait for construction to start. Fortunately, we won’t wait long. The opening of the Sobrato Pavilion in late 2017 has me pretty excited…and once done, the Women and Children’s Center ramps up. Come visit! I’d love to show you the amazing changes happening on SCVMC’s campus, and share how you, your corporation or your family foundation can be part of it all.
E. Christopher Wilder, CEO The Valley Medical Center Foundation
Letter from the CEO of the VMC Foundation
hen I joined the Board of Directors of the VMC Foundation five years ago, I was a man on a mission. I’ve long believed in the value of service and community involvement, but my desire to serve this Foundation had a personal appeal. Like millions of other Americans, the “Great Recession” hit my family hard. In addition to dealing with a spell of unemployment, I had to worry how a member of my family with a pre-existing, chronic illness would access the care they very much needed. There is a very particular kind of anxiety that comes with worrying about affording healthcare for your family; the kind that keeps you up at night and follows you through each and every day. Those who have been there know the feeling. So after navigating through that experience, I decided to devote my spare time to helping other families get access to the healthcare they need. It didn’t take me long to find my way to the VMC Foundation.
Letter from the Board Chairperson of the VMC Foundation
In my capacity as board member, and in the last three years as Chair, I’ve been fortunate to work alongside some of the best in the business. From our intrepid CEO Chris Wilder to the dedicated and passionate staff at the hospital, I’ve been inspired time and again by how much SCVMC does for this community.
I will end my term as Chair in December 2017, but my commitment to this great institution will stay just the same. There is too much at stake for me to walk away now. Because you never know when you or someone you love may need SCVMC, I – alongside thousands of others – are going to work hard to make sure it’s ready for you.
Ralph Dickman, Vice President, Union Bank Chairperson, VMC Foundation, 2014-2017
Dear Friends of the Valley Medical Center Foundation: For over 140 years, Santa Clara Valley Medical Center has been an integral part of the public healthcare delivery system here in Santa Clara County. Then, as now, our mission has been to provide high quality care and excellent service to everyone in our community. We’re proud of the comprehensive, compassionate and innovative healthcare services provided by our committed staff each and every day – here in our hospital and throughout our 11 health facilities conveniently located across Santa Clara County. We’re also proud of our dedication to quality, research, teaching, innovation, and most importantly, our focus on a positive patient experience. And so we’re pleased to debut our first ever Santa Clara County marketing campaign, entitled “Go Public!” It illustrates our roots as a public system while illuminating themes familiar to many who live here in the Silicon Valley. In addition to our new marketing campaign, we have changed our logo to ensure our community understands that we are a system of care, which includes the comprehensive services offered in our hospital and our multi-service clinics. The following narrative is our brand anthem, which succinctly yet compassionately expresses how we feel about our commitment to our community. Respectfully,
SCVMC’S BRAND ANTHEM
In a place where going public is something many aspire to, we humbly went public day one.
Paul E. Lorenz Chief Executive Officer, SCVMC
Where capital gains are seen as enriching wealth, we seek gains by increasing health. Where some incubators back entrepreneurs, ours start up tiny lives. And the coding we do unlocks genetic secrets to better health. Yes, something happens when a bunch of big-hearted types in Silicon Valley are looking out for you, a lot of healthy innovation ensues. From inventively teaching one in four doctors valleywide, to employing digital health for the homeless. So no matter what side of the valley you’re on – whether tech nerd or ag nerd – our healing nerds are there for you. With the kinds of innovative care you’d expect here in the land of innovation. Making sure everyone’s health benefits. Isn’t that what being the people’s health activist is all about?
2016 Impact by the Numbers The work of The VMC Foundation enabled the following in 2016...
2016 Impact by the Numbers
1,025 participants raised money for VMC children’s health services at the Heroes Run, a 40% increase from 2015
77% 24 special events executed to raise funds, recognize supporters and educate the community about VMC’s mission
$88,024 in goods and services donated in-kind
2,224 unique donors made a gift to the VMC Foundation
$4,145,804 in donations and other revenue in 2016
13,000 people engaged at VMC Foundation events
32,641 free books distributed at well-child exams in all SCVMC pediatric clinics
$950 million towards ending homelessness in Santa Clara County, thanks to Measure A
$950M 3,198 free bikes built and donated to needy kids via the Turning Wheels for Kids program
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230,133 519 family members of newborns received special services from a NICU Family Support Specialist
10,500 visitors to SCVMC’s Farmers’ Market
1,500 volunteers engaged in VMC Foundation community service projects and events
40 spinal cord injury patients enrolled in the telemedicine program to communicate with care providers from home
230,133 unique users accessed free or low-cost wireless internet during their hospital visit
895 733 individuals or organizations donated to the VMC Foundation for the first time in 2016
1,566 514 children and family members received free legal help from the pediatric Medical-Legal Partnership Clinic
65% increase in dollars raised through special events since 2015
65% 895 new moms received follow-up breastfeeding support after they returned home
Responded to 63 special requests from SCVMC units, programs or departments with funding valued at $90,000
1,566 kids received dental services from the Ronald McDonald House Charities Care Mobile 2016 Impact by the Numbers
77 cents out of every dollar donated was spent on programs and services
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A New Health Center for Downtown San Jose
n 2004, the privately owned San Jose Medical Center abruptly closed, leaving the downtown core of northern California’s largest city without adequate access to healthcare services. After years of work on the part of local healthcare activists, the County of Santa Clara and the City of San Jose, and with an act of the voters, SCVMC opened a new, full-service health center at that same site in June 2016. Pictured: Federal, state and local elected officials cutting the ribbon for Valley Health Center Downtown San Jose at the grand opening event in June 2016
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The VMC Foundation was proud to play a lead role in the 2008 Measure A campaign that generated the funds to finance construction of the building. The measure also financed required seismic upgrades at the main SCVMC campus that will be complete in 2017. Pictured: VMC Foundation staff next to building entrance on East Santa Clara Street in downtown San Jose
A New Health Center for Downtown San José
The 60,000 square foot facility includes an urgent care center, as well as pediatric, obstetrics, family medicine and behavioral health services. Onsite pharmacy, lab and radiology services mean faster care for patients. While not a hospital replacement, it represents the future of health care, with a focus on preventive, patient-centered and community-based care.
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A Warm Welcome Letter from the Board Chair of the VMC Foundation for Visitors
A Warm Welcome for Visitors
ometimes the best solutions are the simple ones. First-time visitors to the SCVMC campus are often surprised by its size. With over 20 buildings, it is easy to get disoriented or lost. For patients who are ill, have mobility issues, or simply have never been here before, it can be overwhelming. The result is often missed or delayed appointments, causing disruption throughout the system. As part of ongoing efforts to improve patient navigation at SCVMC, the VMC Foundation purchased this welcome kiosk, staffed by volunteers, and placed it smack-dab in the middle of campus near the main visitor parking garage. Now all visitors have instant access to directions and answers to their questions.
Pictured from left to right: Lucinda Shanbhag, Janhavi Kutmutia, Christina Egan, Michael Heines, Mazie Edusada and Brian Motmans
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A New Hope
s one of America’s leading physical rehabilitation centers, SCVMC has been a pioneer in the use of robotics in treating paralyzed or disabled patients. Since 2012, SCVMC has been using an Ekso, a bionic exoskeleton that allows patients to simulate walking as part of their rehabilitation. In 2016 – with funds donated to support the new Rehabilitation Center currently under construction – the VMC Foundation purchased an Ekso that can accommodate a wider range of patients. This continues an ongoing effort to equip SCVMC with the most advanced equipment so that clinicians can deliver the best possible results to their patients.
A New Hope
Pictured: An SCVMC stroke patient using the Ekso with SCVMC Physical Therapists Vanessa Rath and Danielle Nekimken
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Letter A Freefrom Bookthe forBoard Every Chair Child of the VMC Foundation
A Free Book for Every Child
hanks to the VMC Foundation’s Reach Out & Read program, every child at SCVMC ages 0-5 gets a free, developmentally appropriate book during their well-child exams. Started at the East Valley clinic in San Jose with grants from institutions like FIRST 5 Santa Clara County, Verizon, and the Myra Reinhard Foundation, the VMC Foundation launched the program back in 2005. Today, thanks to funding from the County of Santa Clara Department of Behavioral Health Services, it has become one of the largest programs of its kind in the nation, serving 7 locations and distributing more than 32,000 books in 2016. The program promotes reading between parent and child at an early age, and pediatricians use the books as a screening tool for learning disabilities and other cognitive delays. Just as important, it makes going to the doctor less scary and little more fun for SCVMC’s youngest patients.
Pictured: SCVMC Pediatrician and Reach Out & Read Medical Director Amy Kostishack giving a copy of Las Familias to her patient during a well-child exam
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A Victory to End Homelessness
The challenge, of course, is that good health is hard to maintain without a roof over one’s head. With one of the largest homeless populations in the United States, it is an issue that needs a comprehensive solution. The VMC Foundation, as part of a large community coalition, heeded a call for action in 2016, leading an effort to pass a historic bond measure that will raise $950 million to tackle the region’s homelessness crisis. The Foundation was a major donor to the campaign, and coordinated efforts to raise funds from other community benefit organizations. Measure A will bring new resources to the fight against homelessness, alleviate tremendous human suffering, and help SCVMC make more efficient use of its resources. It’s a win for the safety net, taxpayers and, most importantly, the people of this community. Pictured: The VMC Foundation CEO Chris Wilder, former County of Santa Clara COO Gary Graves, Destination Home CEO Jennifer Loving and Santa Clara County Supervisor Cindy Chavez at the victory celebration event for the Yes on Measure A campaign in January 2017
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A Victory to End Homelessness
hile the VMC Foundation takes its name from the medical center it was founded to support, we define our mission in the broadest possible sense: to use philanthropy as a tool to strengthen the safety net and promote good health for the entire community. A person’s health does not exist on an island. It relates to a plethora of socioeconomic and environmental factors. Increasingly, one of the main factors that drives disparities in healthcare access (and costs) at SCVMC is housing. No other local health system provides more care to the homeless population than SCVMC. From the Emergency Department to a specialized, mobile team that provides care at shelters and homeless camps, SCVMC staff does heroic work to care for this population.
Letter from Donor Spotlight the Board Chair of the VMC Foundation
he VMC Foundation is grateful for the 2,224 individuals, companies and organizations that donated in 2016. We are pleased to spotlight five donors in particular for their exceptional support. Each has their own story: An SCVMC employee inspired to do more, a former patient paying it forward, a Silicon Valley titan that wants to give back, a longtime Valley family leaving a legacy, and a young family recovering from tragedy by offering hope to others.
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A Family with Deep, Local Roots Leaves a Legacy
he Sorci family has deep roots in the Santa Clara Valley, with ties to the region’s agricultural past. Humble, kind and generous, they have been steadfast supporters of the VMC Foundation for nearly a decade. Their support helped purchase life-saving equipment for the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, and as donors to the Sobrato Pavilion Matching Campaign, they helped outfit SCVMC’s newest adult hospital building. The Sorcis are part of Santa Clara County history, and as such, it is fitting that they support one of the region’s most vital institutions.
Pictured: Sorci sisters Roselee Sorci Dague and Margaret Bummer, alongside Roger Bummer. John Sorci (not pictured), brother to Roselee and Margaret, has also been actively involved in family efforts to support the VMC Foundation.
Donor Spotlight: The Sorci Family Foundation
The Sorci Family Foundation
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Letter from Donor Spotlight: the Board Thomas Chair Boström of the VMC & Claire Foundation McCormack
Thomas Boström & Claire McCormack In Memory of Their Daughter, a Family Helps Others
he first thing that visitors see when they arrive on the Pediatric floor of Santa Clara Valley Medical Center is not much at all – an elevator lobby, white walls and linoleum. It’s a place to walk to and from and nothing more. All that is about to change…thanks to a little girl named Nora. Nora was born on December 11, 2009, in San Francisco. Within months, she was diagnosed with pulmonary hypertension. Sadly, Nora passed away on November 22, 2013, in Palo Alto. Her parents, Thomas Boström and Claire McCormack, were Nora’s greatest champions, and since her passing have become fierce advocates for hospital safety and children’s health issues. With the support of family, friends and co-workers, Thomas and Claire created a fund at the Silicon Valley Community Foundation to honor Nora’s memory. Thanks to them, that SCVMC Pediatric lobby will be transformed into a warm, welcoming space filled with books and cozy places to sit and read.
Pictured: Thomas Boström and Claire McCormack with a rendering of the new pediatric library and family lounge in the future Women and Children’s Center at SCVMC
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Logitech Putting for Patients at the Golden Golf Challenge
lenty of companies organize charity golf tournaments to raise funds for important causes. The standard issue model is something like an afternoon affair in Los Gatos or Morgan Hill, attracting the casual golfer.
The Golden Golf Challenge, an event imagined and conceived by Logitech’s Jonathan Johnson, is the charity golf tournament for people that actually care about the golf and a good cause. The 3-day event traverses three different courses in Las Vegas, attracting golfers from around the country. In only its second year, the event raised $65,000 for the VMC Foundation. Turns out, what happens in Vegas makes an impact on Santa Clara County. In a good way. Pictured (left to right): At the Golden Golf Challenge charity golf tournament in Las Vegas are Greg Rhine, Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Logitech; Earl Johnson, VMC Foundation Board of Directors; Jon Adams, President, Adams & Tayler (a Logitech partner); Chris Wilder, VMC Foundation CEO; Jonathan Johnson, Head of Integrated Marketing, Americas, Logitech
Donor Spotlight: Logitech
For Logitech, that was not good enough.
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Danielle Burks Rehab Patient Gives Back
Letter from Donor Spotlight: the Board Danielle Chair Burks of the VMC Foundation
t 27 years old and in top physical condition, Danielle Burks was a fitness trainer and high school strength and conditioning coach. Then, suddenly, the unthinkable happened. “It happened in the blink of an eye,” Danielle recalls, when she was working out at the San Jose gym she co-manages with her mother. “I was doing an advanced pull-up and I somehow fell off the bar and was completely airborne, about eight feet high. The next thing I knew, I was on the ground. I had fallen flat on my back. I instantly felt paralyzed from the waist down.” Paramedics rushed Danielle to SCVMC’s Level 1 Trauma Center, one of the Valley’s busiest emergency departments. She was diagnosed with a badly broken vertebrae and massive pressure on her spinal cord. After eight hours of surgery, Danielle woke up in the Trauma Intensive Care Unit and was able to wiggle the toes on her right foot. She remembers, “I was able to do it. Not a lot, but I could feel it. I knew I was going to be okay.” Danielle, pictured above with her mother Mary Burks, credits the expert team at SCVMC for her recovery, and in appreciation has begun work with the VMC Foundation to raise funds from the community. Like so many grateful patients, she is giving back so that SCVMC will always be at the ready for those in need.
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Jen Eng, MD Dedicated Physician and Generous Donor
Donor Spotlight: Jen Eng, MD
he staff at SCVMC is smart, hardworking and extraordinarily dedicated. They are also generous. Over 850 employees donate to the VMC Foundation on an annual basis to support essential programs and services at SCVMC. Few more reliably than Jen Eng, MD, Chief of Internal Medicine at SCVMC. In his 23 years at the institution, he has developed a deep connection to the mission of SCVMC, his patients and colleagues. That’s why he gives to the VMC Foundation. “I’m proud to support an organization that does so much for Valley Medical Center.” The VMC Foundation is proud of that support as well, and honors all the SCVMC staff who give their time, talent and hard earned dollars to our shared work.
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Thank You to Our Generous Donors The following is a listing of all donors who made a cash contribution to the VMC Foundation in 2016, including members of the VMC Foundation Leadership Circles. Amounts listed are collections for calendar year 2016 only and may not reflect larger, multi-year pledges.
LEADERSHIP CIRCLES The Leadership Circles are our donor gift clubs for supporters who give at least $1,000 annually.
PLATINUM CIRCLE: $100,000 - $999,999
FIRST 5 Santa Clara County The Health Trust Lucina Health Foundation Sunlight Giving
$50,000 - $99,999
Craig H. Neilsen Foundation Sharks Foundation
GOLD CIRCLE: $10,000 - $24,999
AbbVie Biopharmaceuticals Anonymous Bank of America CareMeridian Craig Hospital Denlee Apts El Camino Healthcare District Yuan-Da Fan Mary Ellen & Michael Fox Gardner Family Health Network Stephen Harris Healthier Kids Foundation Hensel Phelps Construction Co.
Innara Health Jerry Joseph Amore Trust Learning Services Corporation Linda Lester Kabir Misra NAMI Santa Clara County National Processing Company Dan & Tish Niehans Nora Thelma Boström Foundation Greg Pinn Rescare Ronald McDonald House Charities San Francisco Giants SCVMC NICU SoftBank US Stanford Hospital & Clinics Star One Credit Union Faliming Thamin University of Alabama at Birmingham Wardall Trust WePay API
SILVER CIRCLE: $5,000 - $9,999
Asian Development Bank Asterias Biotherapeutics Centre For Neuro Skills Rita Chen County of Santa Clara EMS Agency Cupertino Neighbors, Educators and the Cupertino Chamber of Commerce
Davidson Family Foundation DPR Construction Elaine Elkin Jacob Elziq Epic Mike Fox Fox Factory Fremont Bank Dolly Goel Balaji Govindaswami Greater Bay Area Chapter AFSA Harborside Press Hugh Stuart Center Charitable Trust Ashok & Shipra Jain Juniper Network JustGive Patrick Kearns Philip Letts Lexus of Stevens Creek Jacqueline Lowther Sonya Misra Omron Foundation Palo Alto Networks PricewaterhouseCoopers D. Rauscher Santa Clara Family Health Plan Greg Simpson Strava Toeniskoetter Family Foundation UBS Tony & Ronda Vierra David Wilson David Wolff
BRONZE CIRCLE: $2,500 - $4,999
Jon Adams Almaden Cycle Touring Club Andrews Air Corporation Apple Matching Gifts Program Bartz Marr Family Foundation Juan Benitez Greg Betty Bullseye Event Group Jennifer Burkham Thomas Bush Gabriel Cadena Callahan Property Company Cisco Systems City National Bank City of San Jose Judy Cosgrove Cyber Press Printing & Graphics John Dean Deputy Sheriffs’ Association of Santa Clara County Thao Duong Anita Maria Elliott Dane & Kathy Hardin Heritage Bank of Commerce Sonia Hiatt Priya Jegatheesan Jeppesen Sanderson Kaiser Permanente Kinetics Dennis Low Hugh & Amy Martin
New Belgium Brewing Co. New Relic Phuong Nguyen PayPal Registered Nurses Professional Association Riverbed Technology Robert Lee & Associates Rutan & Tucker Salas O’Brien SanDisk Corporation SCVMC Medical Executive Committee Silicon Valley Community Foundation Silva Watson Moonwalk Fund Simpson Strong-Tie Co. Beth Smith Jennifer Smith Dongli Song Sunpower Synopsys The Elaine S. Elkin Living Trust Turner Construction Company Union Bank Yahoo Youtube
$1,000 - $2,499
Abbott Laboratories Gregg Adams Dolores Aguilar Marya Andrepont Abraham Ankumah Ariad Pharmaceutical
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Danaher Family Fund Jose & Michelle DaRosa Norine DeGregori Wei-Fen Den Cheryl Dewey Ecolab Healthcare Jacqueline Ekstrom Jen Eng Debra Engel Jeffrey Englander Ethicon Endo Surgery Services Experea Healthcare F.W. Spencer & Son Michael Fogel Marah Grace Gebala Genentech General Electric Healthcare Tom Henry Herman Health Care Center Cayce Hill Hill-Rom Hilton San Jose Tiffany Ho Thuy Thu Hoang Hospice of the Valley Shari Hurst Linda Isaac Dhanendra Jani Janssen Pharmaceuticals Kevin & Patricia Jiang Ronald Jou Nancy Kaatz Young Kang Neha Kapadia Karl Storz Endoscopy-America
KCI Sue Kehl Kirkorian Family Foundation Kovarus Michael Kristy Lisa Lee Logitech Paul Lorenz Michael Mairose Masimo Corporation Kevin Mason Gary Masunaga Michael & Laurie McClelland Ellen McKee Benita McLarin Mead Johnson Nutrition Medtronic Advanced Energy Merck & Co. Molnlycke Healthcare Mark Mooring Michele Mork-Ovson Harry Morrison Michael Murray Ajit Nair Charles & Theresa Newberry John Noonan NuVasive Oasis Senior Advisors Duane Oberquell Maria Oconer Optum Robert Pedersen Manuel Pena Physio Control Andrea Polesky Teresa Powell Sharmila Pramanik Prolacta Bioscience Jewel Rey Jeff Robertson Reynaldo Rosario Darrell & Stephanie Sales San Jose Water Company Annie Sano Sanofi Sanofi Pasteur Santa Clara County Federal Credit Union Santa Clara County Firefighters Local 1165 Santa Clara Firefighters Foundation Scimeca Charitable Fund SCVHHS Professional Performance Committee Thomas Shoup Ron Sidell Richard Silberstein Sharad Singh Gerardo Solorio Cortez Roger Spencer Standard Textile Greg & Fan Steinke Olaf Strom Nary Sun Jeff Sung Sutter Bay Hospitals Christopher Takehana The Albertsons Companies Foundation The Edward & Rose Donnell Foundation The Oregon Community Foundation The Roentgen Fund Richard Tom Christine Tomcala Brusstar Long Trinh Todd Trowski Dan-Wen Tsai Valley Health Plan Shankar Vedaraman Vitas Hospice Services Jing Wang-Chiang Richard Warner John & Asuncion Wehner
Thomas Wentzien WHILL Todd Wilder E. Chris Wilder & Kate Emmett-Wilder William H. Cilker Family Foundation Wy’East Medical Corp Mark Zamudio
FRIENDS OF VMC
Friends of VMC is our donor gift club for supporters who give between $100 and $999 annually.
$500 - $999
Active Network Dawn Adams Lesley Allen Almaden Valley Women’s Club Zeniah Andres Tiffany Ballesteros William Barnes Patricia Beebe Gerald & Kathleen Bowden Renee Brannon Lydia Briones Debbie Burdsall James Byrne Heidi Casares Kathleen Castillo Cecilia Cayabyab Mary Chang Jin Chang-Yu Irene Chuang Alexander Chyorny Dina Cisneros Iris Colon James Crew Jenny Dai Biller Christopher & Elizabeth Dawes Dena Dickinson Jennifer Domingo-Mihalko Neena Duggal Christina Egan Daniel & Marina Eisenbud Ian Emmons Barbara French Allison Friedenberg Kathleen Fujino Angela Garcia Deborah Gazay Jibu George Gillis Family Trust Gilbert Gutierrez Ofelia Hawk Matthew Haynes Gregory Hedling Danny Herrera Diana Herrera Hindu Community & Cultural Center
Michael Hirschklau Penelope Hogg David Hornik Cynthia Huber Rachelle Huemoeller Michele Hugin Michael Hwa Brianna Inman Melvin Irvin JK Group on Behalf of Lawrence Livermore Earl Johnson Frances Johnson Jonathan Johnson Thomas Johnston Rami Keisari Judy King Kathleen King Pete Klebofski Amy Kostishack Delphine Kraft Audrey Kuang Kelly Kulers John Lau Gary Lee Wilma Lee Sam Liccardo Emily Lo Kris Manian Jana Mannan James McCarrick Nancy McGuinness Jennifer McGullam Morgan Hill Community Foundation Morgan Hill Kiwanis Club Natali Morris Radha Mudaliar Alice Naqvi Mugler Grace Navarro Danielle Nelson Andrew Nevitt An Nguyen Lily Nguyen ThuongThuong Nguyen Elizabeth Nielsen Oakmont of San Jose Wayne Pacheco Cheryl Pan Mahesh Patel Penny Peng Nico Peruzzi PG&E Corporation Krystle Pham Brett & Patricia Porter Greg Price Rado Family Philanthropic Fund Robin Roche Emma & Michael Rock Marie Roman-Clifton Vida Roozen Josephine Ruiz Lisa Santiago René G. Santiago Erin Saucedo Eric & Erika Schmitz Sean M. Walsh K-9 Memorial Foundation Diane Seebart Jim Sharma Donald & Kazuko Sharp Jung Sim Shin Dennis Siegler Anita Sit Karen Spicer Christine Suarez-Ianovich Serena Sy-Lazzaroni The Medicines Company Robert Tibbits Jennifer Tong Young Trinh Jeffrey Tseng United Cold Storage United Spinal Association Susie Uyeda
Irene Vinoya Mary Wang Kalman Weinfeld Susanne Wilson Christopher Worrall
$250 - $499
Snehal Adodra Belinda Agdipa Meenakshi Aggarwal Maria Lourdes Agustin Georges Akis Jacqueline AlexanderLoweecey Marialice Ames Vince Angotti Loida Anub Andrea Arce Armored Mobility Rachel Arroyo Martha Ayala Martin Baccaglio Carol Beck Ann Bitonti Rebecca Blanco Mark Block Jonathan Blum Alma Bosque Andrea Brollini Irina Budykhina Brian Bulger Janice Burnham Susan Buxton Norman Cevallos Antonia Charles On Cheng William Cheng Rae-Pei Cherng Yuk Fan Cheung Albert Chiang Chinese-American Women’s Club Debon Cochrane Jan & Tony Cokely Charles Collins Steve Conroy Bulmaro Contreras Sobe Coronado Nelly Couch Susan Crawford Nancy Cuan Erleen Cuevas Susan Cummings Theodore & Diane Danen Cynthia Dang Debby Dearinger Ralph Dickman Tomas Doctor Debra & George Doeltz Robert Dolci Sara Doorley Dr. Kenneth Felch Chiropractic Prof. Corp Christopher Duncan Hayley Durham-Filo Nelita Eclevia Michael Elliott Colette Farabaugh Linda Fenn Ian Ferguson David Findley
Asian American Home Health Care AstraZeneca Avalon Bay Communities Suzanne Avina Alfonso Banuelos Baxter Healthcare Corporation BD Michael & Annette Beamer Benevity Community Impact Fund Hella Bluhm-Stieber Venkateshwar Bommakanti Jennifer Brackett Bristol-Myers Squibb Campbell United Methodist Church Carestream Health John & Ileana Carlisle Dave Carvalho Cepheid Andrea Cervenka Kurt Chacon Jeannette Chang Annie Chern Sharon Childress Nam Cho Benjamin Chou Sheffield & Meta Clarke Coloplast Curt Comstock Howard Cramer Monica Cramer Carolyn & Craig Crandall
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Wednesdays • May 10 – November 1, 2017 • 10am – 2pm Valley Specialty Center 751 S. Bascom Avenue, San Jose, CA 95128
Free public parking available. Please bring a bag for your produce!
James Fitzgerald Mary Flanagan-Mata Norma Florendo Elizabeth Flores Victoria Fong David Foster Susan Fritts Tami Fumoto Taumaoe Gaoteote Adella Garland Matt Gerrior Lorinda Gomes Brad Goodell Google Matching Gifts Program Jennifer Graber Patrick Graf Gerald Graham William Green Scott Greubel Rachel Grocha Welch Elizabeth Guevara Kei Hanafusa Melvin Hand Frank Harrington Linda Hendrickson Myrna Heredia Roger Herrmann Lucia Heylman Victoria Hollingshead Eileen Hoover Jennifer Howard Eric Hsiao Ping Hu Angela Huang Wendy Hui Jeff & Fanya Hull Kim Huselid Elizabeth Hwang IBM International Foundation Kent Imai Inesco Display Juanita Isais Brenda Javier William Jensen Doris Jigba Dwaine Johnson James Jones Madeleine Kalsched Kristine Kaplan Carolyn Kerr Heidi Kiehl Shannon Kilgore Karen King Carl Kirsch
Kiwanis Club Pueblo de San Jose Norman & Allison Kline Paule Kodjou Lindsay Kolderup Diane Koshimune Liliana Kossoy Hamlett Jean Kovacs La Alianza Del Valle Pajaro Joann Laiprasert-Tantisira Martin Lamarque Lora Landeros Kerry & Bradshaw Langstaff Margaret Lee Marianna Lee Robert Lee Vivian Lee Phoebe Li Alfred & Weiyau Liang LibraryWorld Dwight Lim Lorna Lindo Yeo Ying Liou Constance Lo Anat Lotan Cloverly Macabeo Jillian Main Melanie Manning Leticia Martinez John Masi Lara McCabe Laura McClellan Stephen McKenna Paul Medalla Jean Meddaugh Thelma Mendez Prasanna Menon Cory Miller Debbie & David Miranda Rajat Mishra Kelly Morgan Barbara Morris Supriya Narasimhan Catherine Nelson John & Cheryl Nelson Matthew Nudelman Julie Ott Norma Palafox Ann Perkins Gloria Perot Ash Pirayou Maria Provencio Grace Quinanola Robert Randleman Jeffrey Reese
Lana Reifenrath Myra Reinhard Marilyn Reiss-Carradero Greg Rhine James Riehl Rafael Rius Kathleen Rivera Timothy Roake Karl & Theresa Robinson Dana Romalis Angela Rosenbaum Stephanie Ruiz Jeremy Sackett Nanette Salazar Christina Salvatier M. Sampson Santa Clara Valley Oncology Nursing Society Carolyn Scaglione John & Dorothy Schaar Mike Schliesmann Charles Schlossman School of Arts and Culture at Mexican Heritage Plaza
Laura Stemmle Philip Strong Elizamina Suba Moranda & Jakon Sutter John Szumowski Jonathan Tamayo Linda Taylor Tina Thibeau-Boyd Barbara Thompson Michael Thomson Veronica Tiscareno Dorothy Trehearne Bernette Tsai Mark Tutone UnitedHealth Group Angelica Vallejo Georgina Van Horn Doug Vander Esch Shane Vermette Norris Vivatrat Trang Vo Tien Vu Jason Waclawek Tonia Wainscoat Clifford Wang Tiffany Wang Sachiko Watanabe Leslyn Watson D. Kirk B. Westbrook Marshall & Gale Wilder Will’s Way Foundation Jerry Wright Robin Wu Jennefer Yoon Brian Young Jean Young Jeffry Young Joe Zullo
$100 - $249 Beni Seballos Jeffrey & Andrea Setera Shobha Sharma Kazuko Shem Karin Silcox-Baker Barbara Sink Christopher Slater B. Annette Smith Joan Smith Llisel Solis Elias Soto Sarah Stein Gary Steinke
Andrew Abdoli Yvette Abril Ian Achuff Maureen Acuff Aimee Adamos Bonnie Adams Adobe Systems Aesthetic Artistry Surgical & Medical Center Pam Aguilar Lilibeth Albano Alicia Aleman Albert Alhatem Aida Allen Maribel Alvarado
Courteney Andrews Jaen Andrews Anonymous Frank Anthony Elizabeth Aranas Jessica Arline Philip Armstrong John Aron Quetia & George Arzu Fariborz Azarchehr Imelda Bagis Anthony Bagnulo Navneet Baidwan Candra Bailly Christian Baluyot Bonnie Bamburg Mary Ellen Barasch George & Rowida Barghouth Brian Barlics Chloe Barr Mitch Barrie Janet Barron Carmen Barroso Jill Bartels Ekpenyong Bassey Raul Becerril Rebecca Beekman Thomas Behnen Carol Bennett Marie Bernard Korinne Berquist Laura Berritto Nirmala Bhat Brian Bianco Lisa Bjarke John Bloore John Boerger Tom & Norma Bommarito J Bonasia Charles Bos Ingrid Bossen Lee Anna Botkin Murray Bowles Leticia Bracamonte Tom & Christina Bradley Susan Branch Kathleen Brown Robert Brownstein Elizabeth Burgos Sophia Burney Leticia Cabello Jeanne Cameron Domingo Candelas Kimberley Cappelloni Brenda Carlozzo
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John Cookinham Reggie Cooks Isabel Cordiglia Jack Corkrean Sharon Corkrean Mike Cortez Sondramae Couser Ruby Crawford Sharon Crowley Brian Cruz Daniel Cruz Katherine Cunningham Meredith & Jim Cutler Satira Dalton Marianne Damon Vivien D’Andrea Smith Hoa Dang Karl Danz Larry & Janet Darrow Emma Davis Gary Davis Roxanne & Mike Davis Adriana De Macias Rosemary De Vere Daniel DeAngelis Donna DeCarlo Luningning Decena Rochelle Delegencia Cecilia Delury Agnes DelVecchio Robert Dennis Randy & Shelley Destruel Francisco DeVries Will DeVries Sekou Diallo Dana Ditmore Anhdao Do Diep Do Firoze Doctor Elias & Maryse Doss-Antoun John & Susan Downey Mary Downing Tawnya Dozier Eva & Daniel Duarte Irma Duran Ysabel Duron Shannon Dwyer James Dyer
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Jean Eagle Miguela Ebuen Chris Elliott John Elliott Maria Elliott Stephen & Joanne Enders Maria Escobar-Bustamante Edna Esguerra Reymundo & Beatriz Espinoza Christina Esquivel Trudy Felix Rebecca Fernandez Anthony Filice Marilou Finelli Mary Fisher Michael & Peggy Fitzgerald Adrienne Flynn Akemi Flynn Caren Foster Marion Fowler Bill Foy Stephanie Francisco Frank, Rimerman + Co. Lorraine Frankland Julie Fritz Thomas Fujisaka Pricilla Gabat Janet Gallagher Lucy Gallegos Jeffrey Gallinat Francisca Gandaa Catherine Garbini-Mendez Anna Garcia Patricia Gardner Corazon Gargarita Ling Garlow Greg & Patty Garrity J. Richard Gaskill Tamra Gaspar Francesco Germinario Deira Gerritsen Larry Gerston Mitchell Gevelber Christine Gibbins Veronica Giles David Ginsborg Duino & Jacquelyn Giordano Brenda Gips Arlyne Gittens Richard Glennon Jay Glicksman Enrique Godinez Celia Gonzales Maritza Gonzalez Teresa Goodman Jerry & Florie Goulding Laurie Granberry Petra Green Robyn Gregory Kathlyn & Scott Greubel Stephanie Grocha-O’Neill Karen Grogg Doris Groves Nancy Gyles Eden Haile Lawrence Hall Dennis Halloran John & Patricia Hammett Vanessa Hancock Todd Hansen Lisa Harrup Mieuli Mike Hendry Meaghan Hernandez Sandy Hernandez Tony & Tricia Herz Catherine Hill Tsegai Hintsa History Club of Los Gatos Cheryl Ho Kevin Hoang Wiley & Suzanne Hodges Jelani Hogg Sally Holguin David Hong Frederick Hopkins
Kristine Hopp Robert Horowitz Fatemeh Hosseini Sam Hsiao Stephen & Susan Hsieh Lorraine Huber Mary Huber Hukilau Alyssa Hunter Rachel Hwang Claudia Idehara Integrated Device Technology Craig Ivie Kathy Jackson Matthew Jacobi Melissa & Jeff Jacobs Anshuka Jain Faisa Jama Josellen Janojan Andrea Jelks Carlo Jimenez Diane Jimenez Adrienne Johnson Dale Johnson Garry Johnson Scott Johnson Trudy Johnson Janis Jones Jennifer Jones Monina Jones Mark & Rhonda Jongsma Barbara Jordan Scott Jury Samuel Justice Rachid Kabeche Bob Kane Kim Kapustka Christopher Kaser Alemnesh Kassa Shirley Kay Chris Kellenberger Pam Kelly Thomas Kelsey Roxanne Kennedy Christina Kenney Leyon Khalili Chhuy Khauv Michelle Kiang Alganesh Kifle Janet Kim Sun Kim Steve & Seung Kimn Mary Carmel King Mitzi Kings Robert Klar Jeannette Klebofski Catherine Klein Rocelia Kmak Sue Koechlin Betty Kofoed Janet Kohl Betty Kong Brian Robert Koss Kevin Ku Howard Kumamoto Zhaohui Lacy Marysa Lainez Si-Tuan & Pei-Fen Lam Tawnya Lancaster Brian Landi Lawrence & Jane LaPierre
Mary Lavelle Joanne Law-Lam Chinh & Mary Le Lien Le Tu Le Gina Ledwell Bruce Lee David Lee Leah Lee Danielle Levinson Min Li Jason Lifshutz Roxanne Lim Junko Linafelter Eleanor Linder Mona Litman Binghui Liu Stephanie Loftus Darline & Guy Lohman Dennis Lollie Estela Lopez Patrick Love Eleanor Lowery Morgan Lucid John Lueder Maria Magallon Ciara Mahan Farah Mahboobi Jane Malone Jim Maloney Serena Manriquez Kevin Marin Eva Marion Miguel Marquez Marilyn Marsh Diana Martinez Tom Matsuyama Robert McBride Thomas McClung Kathleen McCoy Maureen McCracken Timothy McKay McKesson Foundation Michael Meade Erlinda Means Darlene Mears Sarah Medina Audrey Mendenhall Betty Mendoza Elona Menge Belia Meraz Kristina Meyer Stacy Mialocq Gloria Micotti Millennium Research Group Charlotte Miller Mindy Miller Todd Miller Brittney Minium Evelyn Miranda Navnit & Nivedita Mishra Ken Misin Rahim Mohamed Alice Moitozo Russ Moore Shana Moore Steve Morales Angel Moreno Kevin & Stephanie Morris Joshua Morrison William Morrison Jianhong Mu Rose Myers Felicisima Nabong Sudha Rani Narasimhan Jennifer Nash Justine Navaja Corina Navarro Jaymee Nery Netflix Alynn Van Nguyen Anh Nguyen Hoang Nguyen Kim Nguyen Linh Nguyen Maily Nguyen
Ngoc Nguyen Terylyn Nguyen Trinh Nguyen Kevin & Lori Nickel Constance Nielsen Nancy Nielsen Sahidun Nisha Monalisa Olague Joanne O’Loughlin Marta Olvera Thomas Ormiston Veronica Ortiz Dawn Osby Pacific Mountain Horticulture David Page Mary Page Adam & Rachel Paley Carol Ann Parker Diane Parnes Patricia Parseghian Anjalika Pattanaik Howard & Vivian Pearce Benjamin Pence Christine Perez Gloria Perez Terri & Tim Petersen Tram Pham Thresiamma Philip Greg Phillips Amelia Phinn Mau Don Phung Penny Pollack Carol & Michael Pollock Elizabeth Postovit Julie Presa Inna Press Christina Prola Jerry Pruitt PRx Inc. Communication Strategists Christine Pryor George Putris Nancy Pyle Nathalie Quan Matt Queen Patrick Quinn Celia Radcliffe Michelle Rambo Maria Ramirez Sylvia Ramirez Denise Ramos Alice Ramsauer Mike Ran Kaveriamma Rangaraj Mimi Ratra Priscilla Raudes Brendan Rawson Ruth Raymundo Lacey Recinos Carol Reeves Christine Reich Robert Riccelli Linda Richards Carla Riddell Richard & Theresa Rieve Mary Lou Ritter Jeffrey Rively Karen Roberts Melaena Roberts Sheila Rodrigues Dalton & Shirley Rolen Dolores & Anthony Rollis
Arne & Linda Carlson Jessica Cassinelli Fong Chang Terry Chavarria Alva Chavez Cindy Chavez Denise Chavez Edward Chaw Kevin Chen Sung Choi Ming Chow Dinh Chu Philip Chu Wen-Nan Chu Olivia Chua David Clark Steven & Simone Clary Russell Cobb Robert Coelho Eliska Coleman Shirley Cook
Carrie Rose Dana Rose Matthew Rosso Marilyn Roxas Laura Ruiz Pamela Rumley Karin Rumstedt Sue Runsvold Dan Sabanosh Salvador Salazar Patricia Salmon Sam Mazza Foundation Sam’s ChowderMobile Daniel Sanchez Sandra Sanchez Eva Michelle Sandelien Mary Ann Sanidad Linda Sardi Nicole Saunders James & Marjorie Schallau Clay Schaper Maureen Scharberg Lorna Schlachet Fredric & Sheila Schmitz Erik Schoennauer Gary Schoennauer Alan Schroeder Brandi Schumaker Ann Schwabecher Philip Schwarz Patricia Scofield Luisa Sempere Mary Sessler Ruel Sevilla Elizabeth Sevillano Maggie Shackelford Parbha Sharma John Sherck Christina Sheridan Sherrill Shields Chen-Tsen Shu Stephanie Silacci Karen Silva Tammy & Jordan Silver Barbara Simas John Simmons Narinder Singh Ray & Esther Singley Lucia Sloan Scott Smead Jovonne Smith Linda Smith Monica Smith Tami Smith Ruth Soito Deborah Soliz Rolla Solomon William Somers Jace Soper Toni Sprague William & Barbara Stafford Marie Stevens John & Carol Stornetta Gregory Stout
Donald Strickland Angela Suarez Veronica Suguitan Chia Sun Jean Sutherland Stacy Sweeney Cathy Switzer Joseph Tansek Debra Taoyama Jonah Terra Warren Thaler Richard Thesing Cam Thi Donnell Thomas Ann Thompson-Haas Laura & Nicholas Tindall Michelle Tipton-Burton Manuel Toca Margarita Tomimbang Stephanie Tooher Phillip Topping Juana Torres Rosa Torres Cathy Tran Huong Tran Louis Tran Kathy Kieu Trinh Snehalata Trivedi Laura Trovato Melissa Truesdel Yvonne-Thao Truong Jim Tsai Ching-Yun Tseng Giselle Tsering Christine Ueno United Way California Capital Region Ernestina Valdez Joaquin Valencia Miel Vallejo-Brooks Joyce Van De Pitte Mary Ann Van Paul Andrellie Van Wageningen Angelica Vargas Maria Villanueva Roberta Viviani Anhthu Vu Patrick Waite Loraine Walace Candice Walker Earl Watson Lyle & Alyson Weaver Cathy Weeks Robert & Nancy Weeks Jim Wegemer Greg Weilert Sunshine Weiss Catherine Welch Erik Wessler Kathy Wheeler Laurel Whiting-Tran Janelle & Kevin Williams Robert Williams Dianne Withelder Brandon Wong Lee & Helen Wood Luz Wrigley Laura Yap Tawni Ybarra N. B. & Austin Yeats Alan Yee Wesley Yemoto Moges Yimer Susan Ying Elena Yoshida Donald Yoshizumi Elisa Zabala Jessica Zahn-Riley Bozena Zellner
$50 - 99
Lisa Walker-Vischer Tian Wang Gretchen Ward Sheila Ward Alvin & Kathleen Weaver
Robert Weaver Kristin Weber Dan Weidman Frank Werbelow Larry Wildemuth Thomas Wind Heather Winters Lou Woodburycatcott Aileen Wright Wendy Wu Jacklyn Wulftange Tracy Yap Connie Yee Ying Yin Debra Zink-Brody April Zitlau Snezana Zlatanova
Boy Scout Troop 185 Deborah Brabeau Angie Breshears Wendy Brill Mary Brown Dana Bruning Jennifer Buckley Trung Bui Guadalupe Burciaga Jerese Burke Brianna Burns Linda Cabebe
$1 - $49
Rajaa Abdulhussein Sheikh Abedin D. Brice Achkir Frances Adams Lupe Aguinaga Karen Alcantara Lydia Alfiler Eric & Francoise Allamanche Angelina Alva Ines Alvarez Leticia Amagna Someswar Amujala Gilbert Andrade Flora Anecito Garnetta Annable Shokrollah Ansari Sandra Arasato Stephanie Arata Arellano Family Trust Anthony Arias Bharathy Balaraman Viswanathan Balasubramanian Pedro Baltazar Sonia Banh Sumeet Bansal Juanito Bansay Dyal Bansel Elena Barbosa Tere Barrantes Roger Barrett Usha Batavia Carmelita Bayron Beach Monkey Cafe Alan Beal Jordain Benavides Vicki Berchem Sergio Bernal Genie Bernardini Robert Billings Brenda Bodnar Karen & Fern Bolding Benedict Bonus Charles Borgia Leonora Borthwick
James Cabral Evelyn Caceres-Chu Juventina Calderon Kim & Luciano Callegari John Camarena Andrea Cameron Laurie Cammon Sara Campilli Christine Canales Samuel Capuyan Karonne Carlsen Julia Faye Carpenter Barbara Carrasco Francis Carreon Mary Lynn Carroll Billy & Monica Carter Cherie Carter Joanna Casey Barbara Castillo Teresa Chagoya Conner Chambers Clarence & Lois Chance Kingsley Chang Orapin Charukesnant Parag Chaudhari Christina Chen Henry Chen Wei-Li Chen Sophy Chiang Suttinun Chivakunakorn Colin Chummers Chong Chwa Daniel & Rosemarie Clarke
Thomas & Madeline Clarke Elizabeth Codd Susan Conners Vivian Contreras Melissa Correa Lindsay Cox Elizabeth Crane Shirley Cseh Roy Cureton Gregory Dal Cielo Dam Family Trust Cynthia D’Amore Melissa Dang Marilou Dano Reuben Dasalla Nelda David Betty Davis Keziah Davis Michelle Davis Estela De Guzman Christine & Mel De Jesus Michael DeBlauw Gabriela Deeds Nishant Deep Allen Deguchi Abby Denk Murray Dennon Mary Denny Ismeal Diaz Jenny Do Huong Doan Sara Doeltz Kay Dombkowski James & Roberta Drewiske Alfred Drumm Joseph Ducato Doris Ebert Eugene Eckert Faith Eggers Pearly Epp Frank Esau Edwin & Belinda Fadrigon Linda Farr Anthony Fazzio Michele Felt Donald Fisher Carmen Flores Claudia Flores Gina Flores Ingrid Flores Elton Fontaine Chee Wai Foong Carmel Forte Antonio Foz Janice Francis Juanita Franco Donna Frasier Joan Freed Marjorie Freedman Marian Freudenblum Alessandra Frosoni Keiko Fujisaki Martha Fulton Loreto Gabatino Carl Gabler John Galang Winiberto Galvan Madan Ganti Marcel Gaoiran Wallace & Mary Gardner Angelina Garza Maria Garzon Lenore Gilberstadt Ronald Giles Conti Gillam Jill Gipson David Gitin Chris Glasser Sharon Godinez Jesus Gonzalez Amy Gorospe Lindsey Grace Madeline Graf Karen Grammer Amber Grayson Dale Greenhalgh
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James & Hettie Hendrickson Rebecca Hernandez Adriana Herrera Corazon Hilario Rita Hiscock-Wagner Jenny Ho Lynda Holland Lisa Holmes Suchang Hsieh Oliver Hsu Mason Hu Judy Huizar Gary Hull Jane Hunter Ricardo Ibarra-Soto Ben Ishisaki Bradley Jacobs Trina Jahnsen Linda & Bert Jakubs Hardev & Surinder Jammu Stephanie Jarrell Isabelle Javier Nicholas Jelovic Henrik Jensen Yen Jolly Julie Joseph Kari Jufiar Susie Jung John Kail Frank Kaleimamahu Barbara Kalmoutis Monique Kalyanraman Praveen Kanamarlapudi Alex Kaplinsky Jack & Janice Kasahara Cynthia Keene JoMary Keith Lauren Keown-Beyer Gerald & Anne Kerbyson
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LeRoy Kern Venkalesh Kesaven Amy Khong Jiwoong Kim Linda King Beth Kirkpatrick Millie & Robert Kitchin Richard Knox Emilie Kochman Rhosie Koopmans Animesh Kumar Arun Kumar Michael Langley Marilyn Lassalle-Klein Shannon Le Carole Lee Cecilia Legaspi Terry Leonard Pollyanna Leung Megan Lewis Yisi Li Margaret Licon Najlah Licudine Yin Lin Robert & Kathy Linderman Ronnie Lindholm Shabai Liu David Longcore Anita Lorenz Jose & Lydia Lozano David Luck Consuelo Lugo Gary Luxton Diem Ly Chris Lynn Virginia Lynn Carlos & Brenda MacCulloch Armi Madayag Lata Malviya Mary Mammini Cynthia Mana-ay Josette Marchese Laura Markman Michael & Mary Ann Marneris Andrew Marshall Creighton Martin Betty & James Mason Mickey Matkovich James McAndrew Robert McClure Suzanne McFarlane Kimberlin McGinty Maryanne McGlothlin Phyllis McIntosh Joseph McMorrow Yadav Meethil Jayapandian Megesh Syed Mehdi Reyes Mendoza William & Beryl Meuli Robert Mihalk Anthony Miller Anne Mitchell Maria Mogan Fakhri Mojaver Tehrani Mom 365 Eugene Monay Mirriam Moody Ada Morando Luis Morante Bonniejean Morgan Bruce Morimoto Melissa Murphy Novlyn Murray Pradeep Muruganandam Vinjith Nagaraja Bakthavatchalam Naidu Jacob Naim Hidemi Nakashima Ajitkumar Natarajan Karren Neal Mechele Neeley-Scholls Gina Ngo Quang Ngo Anh Nguyen
Duong Nguyen Hong Nguyen Jasmine Nguyen Kevin Nguyen Lien Nguyen Lily Nguyen Loi Nguyen Nhu & Hue Nguyen Teresa Nguyen Van Nguyen Xuan Nguyen Anh Nguyen Le Pamela Nicholson Domingo Noriega Dona Norris Virgenia Obis Floyd Okada Harumi Okawa Jennifer Okulanis Kari Olandese Megan O’Leary Sonia Olguin Maria Oliveira Francisco Olivera Luzviminda Oliveria Matilde Oliverio Megan Olsen Caitlin O’Malior Helen O’Malley Jhan Ongoco Rosalie Oronce Suzann Osborne Lori Osterback-Boelinger Sterling Ottmann Rosario Paco Ronnie & Jennifer Paet James & Joan Palmtag Anita Paras Swamy Paravastu Amaidas Patel Bijal Patel Denise Patlan Oliver Payne Anna Pazand Robert & Rockesanda Peeks Angela Pena Christina Pensock Jordan Pereira Arminda Perez Anita Peters Nguyen Pham Oanh Pham Tho Pham Ha Phung David Picone Shirley Platt Nicholas Porreca Alisa Portales Anna Propas Clarisse Punzalan-Trinh Gopalachary & Geetha Ramachandran Howard Ramsey Tammy Ramsey
Mariya Revzyuk Jeremy Rich John Ritchie Esmeralda Rivas Jane Roberson Walter & Lois Robinson Carmen Rodriguez Joseph Rodriguez Seferina Rodriguez Juliann Roman Bernadine Romasko Kristine Rouss Karin Russell Barbara Saavedra Violeta Sabater Joshua Sabol Manouchehr Sabouri Leah Saim Grace Salinas Teresa Sanchez Bernadine Sanders Hilda Sandoval Harbhajan Sangha Serrefin Savage Ann Marie Schlice Paul & Kathleen Schwabe Herb Schwartz Jo Scott Erich Shaffer Avinash Shah Ankith Sharma Kathleen Shaver Tim Shea James Shidawara John & Susie Shields Lisa Shimomura Manfred Siegler Adeline Silva Hermelinda Silva Susan Silva Gopal Singh Jai Singh Tanuja Singh Avita Sirimit Patrick Sisco Laurie Smith Conrado Sorensen Robert Soto Blair Stenvick Michael Stephens Maryam Stevens Albina Subiabre-Seron Rajaram Subramanian Mahadevan Sudarsanan Douglas & Peggy Sumida Chhorvon Suy Duc Ta Arleen Tahara Joaquin Tapia
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Joann Griffin Gregory Grimm Ritesh Gudla Caroline Guenther Laura Guevara Romeo Guting Lupita Guzman Steven Haas Ramsey Habib Orsa Hadges Regina Hagan Patricia Haines Craig Harman Glenn Harper Isaac Harris John & Mary Harrison Sheila Hatch John & Diane Hawes Robert & Gene Anna Hawthorne Susan Hayes Barbara Hazel
SAVE THE DATE! NOVEMBER 4 AT CUPERTINO CIVIC CENTER
Run like a hero to benefit SCVMC Children’s Health! Join the heroes of Santa Clara Valley Medical Center (SCVMC), the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office and the Santa Clara County Fire Department for some family-friendly fun at the Cupertino Civic Center this fall. Dress as your favorite hero or simply come support the heroes in your life. Prizes given for the best kids’ costumes Fun and games for kids and families
November 4, 2017 Cupertino Civic Center 10800 Torre Avenue 8:30 am – 12:00 noon
Register before August 1 for early bird rates – heroesrunscc.org. 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 report each fiscal year. The reports includes a Statement of Financial Position, Statement of Activities, and a Statement of Functional Expenses. The complete 2016 report – available online at vmcfoundation.org – includes all related notes to these statements. This report also details VMC Foundation operating
revenues and expenses for fiscal year 2016.
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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, 2016 and 2015, 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
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, 2016 and 2015, 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.
San Jose, California, June 5, 2017
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Office: 408.855.6770 Fax: 408.855.6774
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Statement of Financial Position ASSETS
DEC 31, 2016
DEC 31, 2015
Cash surrender value of life insurance
Investments restricted for permanent endowment
DEC 31, 2016
DEC 31, 2015
Cash and cash equivalents Pledges receivable, net Accounts receivable
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
Total liabilities and net assets
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Statement of Activities FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 2016
Special events, net
Sale of merchandise, net
Gain on life insurance
Management and general
REVENUE AND SUPPORT
Other revenues Net assets released from restriction Total Revenue and Support EXPENSES Program services Supporting services
NET ASSETS Change in net assets Net assets, beginning of year
Net assets, end of year
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Statement of Functional Expenses FUNDRAISING
TOTAL SUPPORT SERVICES
TOTAL PROGRAM + SUPPORT SERVICES
Management and contractor fees
Conferences, events and meetings
Advertising and promotion
Office expense and supplies
Printing, mailing and postage
Accounting and professional expenses
Staff training and recognition
EXPENSES Assistance to U.S. Entities Salaries and wages
Insurance Bank and investment fees
PROGRAM SERVICE EXPENSE
MANAGEMENT & GENERAL
FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 2016
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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 Santa Clara Valley Medical Center Hospital & Clinics.
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Salaries and wages Sponsorshop and contributions Payroll taxes In-kind expenses Advertising and promotion Employee benefits Insurance Printing, mailing and postage Management and contractor fees Employee retirement contributions Accounting and professional expenses Bank and investment fees Computer expenses
County of Santa Clara
Transfer from 2015 reserves
VMC and County employee giving
Individual or corporate contributions
County of Santa Clara in-kind rent
Conferences, events and meetings
Office expense and supplies
Staff training and recognition
Total operating revenue
Total operating expenses
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JOIN US FOR THE PARTY OF THE YEAR! Come enjoy a 1920â€™s Jazz Club inspired evening with live and silent auctions, fine local wines, a fabulous dinner from Parsley, Sage, Rosemary & Thyme, live music and DJ, and lots of new and fun surprises. Tickets & Sponsorship Opportunities: vmcfoundation.org/gala
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Includes Independent Auditors' Report and Financial Statements.