ANNUAL REPORT FISCAL YEAR 2014 (APRIL 1, 2013-MARCH 31, 2014)

ANNUAL REPORT FISCAL YEAR 2014 (APRIL 1, 2013-MARCH 31, 2014) Fiscal Year 2014 (April 1, 2013 - March 31, 2014), was a year of celebration and chall...
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ANNUAL REPORT FISCAL YEAR 2014 (APRIL 1, 2013-MARCH 31, 2014)

Fiscal Year 2014 (April 1, 2013 - March 31, 2014), was a year of celebration and challenge at Susan G. Komen® Maryland. We celebrated two Race for the Cures: our second Race in Ocean City in April 2013 and our 21st Race in Hunt Valley in October 2013. We celebrated a decade as a top ten Affiliate out of 120 Komen Affiliates nationwide. At a fun, interactive breakfast, we celebrated breast cancer research scientists in three Baltimore medical institutions who received more than $16.7 million in Komen® research funds. And, we celebrated our third annual educational symposium on the Eastern Shore and our 20th annual educational symposium in Baltimore.

However, FY14 was also a challenging year during which we experienced a decline in our revenue by 22% attributable to a drop in Race participation, competition in the nonprofit world and the stubborn economic recovery. Thankfully, the successful and smooth logistical execution of the Hunt Valley Race exceeded our expectations and reinforced the historically positive Race experience for participants. We analyzed our non-Race revenue to maximally take advantage of existing or emerging opportunities for partnering with others, which resulted in new relationships. Maryland Live Casino hosted a fundraising event at Rams Head Center Stage with Giuliana Rancic of E! News, a Marylander and breast cancer survivor. Additional partnerships with King Buick, Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament, and Performance Food Service contributed to non-Race revenue with multiple fundraising events throughout Breast Cancer Awareness Month. We welcomed five new board members and five new staff that brought fresh talent, energy, and ideas that are reflected in our re-tooled five-year strategic plan. New initiatives that provide resources and support for survivors in our community are being developed. You can follow the progress of these innovative programs in our monthly e-newsletters. In September 2013, Judy Salerno MD, MS became the Chief Executive Officer and President of Susan G. Komen Headquarters. After a network-wide listening tour, Dr. Salerno analyzed the Affiliate network’s strengths and opportunities for growth. We look forward to supporting her vision in achieving greater accomplishments over the new year and beyond. This year we set the stage to recognize our tremendous partners in Johns Hopkins Medicine and the University of Maryland Medical System for 20 years each. By 2014, Komen Maryland provided funds in excess of $30 million to Johns Hopkins and $10 million to the University of Maryland. Each year 25% of our net revenue supports translational research across the country in medical research institutions. In FY14, Komen Maryland contributed half a million dollars to this innovative research. Susan G. Komen® remains committed to the goal of finding the cures for breast cancer, which are ever closer with discoveries of more refined targeted therapies and innovative tools that promote earlier and earlier diagnosis of breast cancer. In the local community, we provided nearly $865,000 in grant funding to ten programs across the state and in our priority areas including Baltimore City, Southern Maryland, and the Eastern Shore. In addition, with support from the Jacqueline Chambers Fund, $84,254 was awarded to nine small grants providing emergency assistance for screening and treatment.

LEADERSHIP LETTER

Other highlights of FY14 included receiving a generous $25,000 gift to establish the Jacqueline Chambers Fund to benefit the emergency small grant program. Jacqueline Chambers was an original board member with Komen Maryland, an early advocate in the African American community promoting women’s health, and a breast cancer survivor. We are grateful to the Chambers family for their continued support of Komen Maryland. And, this year we also developed the Pink Tie Guy program to launch in FY15, recruiting young professional men to join our cause, network, and raise funds in uniquely millennial ways.

Thank you for your loyal support of Komen Maryland and thank you for racing for the cures. This is more like a marathon, and we’re in it to end it, depending on your support to carry us across the finish line. In gratitude,

Robin Prothro Chief Executive Officer

Bryant Cargile Board Chairman

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Over the past 30 years, Susan G. KOMEN FUNDED RESEARCHERS Komen has invested more than $847 IN MARYLAND ARE STUDYING million in over 2,500 breast cancer researchers around the globe. In BIOLOGY Maryland, this national research TREATMENT 22% investment has resulted in more 20% than $35 million in breast cancer research taking place in local research institutions. Annually, 25% of the SCIENTIFIC net proceeds generated by Komen MODEL Maryland support breast cancer SYSTEMS research funded through Komen’s 3% Research and Scientific Investment programs. In FY14, Komen Maryland CANCER provided $600,000 to Komen to CONTROL, PREVENTION support national research programs. SURVIVORSHIP 7% & OUTCOMES In 2014, the ongoing 20-year RESEARCH partnership between Susan G. Komen, 8% the Maryland Affiliate and Johns Hopkins, was recognized for the tremendous strides that have been made against breast cancer. “We are EARLY so fortunate to have a Komen Affiliate NOT DETECTION, and partner in Baltimore, Maryland. CATEGODIAGNOSIS & It has touched everything we do in RIZED PROGNOSIS ETIOLOGY breast cancer,” says William Nelson, 15% 17% 8% M.D., Ph.D., Director of the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center. “From investing in our young people and our most experienced scientists, to removing barriers to screening for the most vulnerable of our state, helping more new treatments to the clinic, and most recently providing funding for survivorship, Johns Hopkins, Susan G. Komen, and Komen Maryland have focused on many breast cancer issues together.” Over the past two decades, Johns Hopkins breast cancer scientists have received more than $27 million in national research funding through Susan G. Komen and more than $1.4 million in funding for programs through Komen Maryland. The University of Maryland has received nearly $4 million in national research funding through Komen over the last 20 years. The success of Komen-funded science has inspired the recent push to expedite the time needed to translate laboratory discoveries made by Komen Scholars to patient care, through its Bench to Bedside in Ten Years effort. Komen Maryland has awarded an additional $3.8 million in grant funding to the University of Maryland System since 1994.

KOMEN INVESTMENTS FOR JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY SYSTEM SINCE 1994 $28,487,554 $5M

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KOMEN INVESTMENTS FOR UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND MEDICAL SYSTEM SINCE 1994 $7,797,102

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NATIONAL RESEARCH INVESTMENT $3,965,000

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KOMEN MARYLAND INVESTMENT $1,459,554

NATIONAL RESEARCH INVESTMENT $27,028,428

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KOMEN MARYLAND INVESTMENT $3,832,102

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GRANT PROGRAMS & RESEARCH

SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH AND LOCAL PROGRAM INVESTMENT IN MARYLAND: TWO DECADES OF IMPACT

$8M

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GRANT PROGRAMS & RESEARCH

LOCAL GRANT PROGRAMS

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The Komen Maryland grant program supports collaborative and innovative programs that increase mammography screening rates and early detection while decreasing late stage diagnosis. The Komen Maryland grant program is made possible through the Susan G. Komen Maryland Race for the Cure® events in Hunt Valley and Ocean City, non-race activities and revenue and through the generosity of community partners. Grant programs serve to provide direct and supportive breast health services to breast cancer patients and survivors throughout the Affiliate service area.

COMMUNITY GRANTS In Fiscal Year 2014, Komen Maryland managed $865,000 in grant funding to ten programs across the state and in priority areas including Baltimore City, Southern Maryland, and the Eastern Shore. Local funded programs provided: •

Free mammograms, clinical breast exams, and diagnostic tests for uninsured and underinsured women.



Meals, transportation and co-pay assistance for women undergoing treatment.



Support programs and mentoring for patients and survivors.



Support for Clinical Trial Enrollment

Every four years Komen Maryland conducts a Community Profile within Maryland that outlines quantitative and qualitative assessment of the breast health and cancer needs, and the resources that exist to meet those needs. The Community Profile is a tool that guides Komen Maryland’s grant funding, ensuring that patient needs are being met and programs are not being duplicated. It also outlines priority areas for education and services to support targeted populations.

2013-2014 Community Grant Recipients Calvert Memorial Hospital Survivors Offering Support South/East Shore Hospital Integrated Peer Survivor Services Chase Brexton Health Services, Inc. CARES (Cancer Awareness, Resources, Exams, and Screenings) Health Partners Inc. Health Partners has FAITH (Free Access In Charles County To Healthy Breast Services) MedStar Franklin Square Hospital Survivors Offering Support (SOS) Central Maryland Hospital Integrated Survivor Peer Services MedStar St. Mary’s Hospital Pink Ribbon Project

Meritus Healthcare Foundation Make a Difference Breast Cancer Screening Program Saint Agnes Hospital Foundation, Inc. The Saint Agnes Hospital Breast Link Program The Red Devils, Inc. Treatment Support for Maryland Breast Cancer Families University of Maryland Medical System Foundation Making a Difference: Changing Baltimore’s West Side Story Wicomico County Health Department Closing the Gap: Hispanic/Latino Women and Breast Cancer

NAVIGATION & REFERRALS TO SCREENINGS & DIAGNOSTIC SERVICES THROUGH KOMEN FUNDED PROGRAMS

3,513 Women received navigational support & referrals

1,418 African American women

received navigation support & referrals

In addition to the Community Grants managed, in FY14, Komen Maryland awarded $84,254 in funding for screening, diagnostic and emergency assistance through the Komen Maryland Small Grant Program. The small grant program is available, due in part, to the Jacqueline Chambers Fund for Small Grants, which was established by the family of Jacqueline Chambers to honor her pioneering efforts to raise awareness for breast health.

404 Women received diagnostic services

8 Breast cancers detected

2013-2014 Small Grant Recipients Anne Arundel Medical Center AAMC Breast Center - Emergency Direct Assistance Atlantic General Hospital Improving Breast Health among Hispanic/ Latina Women within Worchester County

WOMEN WHO RECEIVED DIAGNOSTIC SERVICES

Cancer Support Foundation Lifeline to Recovery

164 AFRICAN AMERICAN

Carroll County Department of Health Removing Barriers to Care for Breast Cancer Screening for Younger Women

134 OTHER

Howard County Health Department Decreasing Barriers to Care for Breast Cancer Screening for Women in Need MAC Inc. Life After Breast Cancer: Overcoming Barriers Meals on Wheels Healing Meals, Helping Hands

106 HISPANIC

Moveable Feast Home Delivered Meals for women in treatment for breast cancer and their families Pro Bono Counseling Beyond Breast Cancer Program: Counseling for Emergency Prevention

GRANT PROGRAMS & RESEARCH

SMALL GRANTS

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COMMUNITY OUTREACH

EDUCATION & OUTREACH

Komen Maryland is committed to providing state-wide funding for community grants and support for global breast cancer research funded through Susan G. Komen while also providing education about breast cancer, breast health survivorship and healthy lifestyle behaviors. Events are hosted throughout the year to engage the public, survivors, health care providers and other professionals in the breast cancer field by bringing everyone together to share thoughts, concerns, ideas and ways to further define the cures for breast cancer.

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COMMUNITY EDUCATION In addition to educational events and materials, the Komen Maryland Resource Guide for Breast Health and Healing assists those who are newly diagnosed or needing resources. This guide contains important information about breast cancer diagnosis, life after breast cancer and local community resources available to those in all stages of the disease. The Komen Maryland Resource Guide for Breast Health and Healing is available through many local breast centers throughout Maryland and can be downloaded from our website at www.komenmd.org.

72 Community outreach events 905 reached at Breast Health

1,871 Resource Guides provided 20,043 reached at community

Basics presentations

outreach events

BREAST HEALTH EDUCATION SYMPOSIUM This annual educational event evolved out of a need for women with breast cancer to share their experiences and learn about current treatments, technologies, and support services. In FY14, the 20th Annual Baltimore Symposium was held in Baltimore City and the 3rd Annual Eastern Shore Symposium was held in Ocean City. These free educational events provide community members with a forum to hear from local physicians and healthcare experts, ask breast health questions, share survivor stories and connect with community organizations that provide important resources.

BREAST HEALTH CONSORTIUM In an effort to provide the gold standard of care for breast cancer patients, Komen Maryland facilitates meetings with physicians, breast health advocates and community leaders to advocate for greater breast cancer prevention, screening, public education and outreach. In FY14, Komen Maryland hosted three consortium meetings on the Eastern Shore, launched a Southern Maryland Consortium and held a regional screening forum in Baltimore City. The ultimate goal of these meetings is to build strong local networks that will enhance and support patients, survivors and co-survivors along the breast cancer continuum of care.

EASTERN SHORE

BALTIMORE CITY

120 attendees 25% survivors

90 attendees 40% survivors

“I’ve been volunteering as a health advocate with Komen Maryland since 2009. I volunteer on behalf of my mother, whom I lost to lymphatic breast cancer 16 years ago. I want to do my part in educating mothers, grandmothers, sisters, and daughters how to take care of themselves and contribute to ridding our world of this devastating disease.” —Jennifer Kennedy

SURVIVORSHIP INITIATIVE

At the heart of Komen Maryland’s engagement of survivors is the tenet that a survivor becomes a cancer survivor from the moment of diagnosis through the balance of one’s life. Family members, friends, and caregivers are co-survivors, as they are also affected by the survivorship experience (NCI, 2014)

3 million

Survivors nationwide

SURVIVORSHIP PROGRAMS THROUGH KOMEN FUNDED PROGRAMS 900 SURVIVORS & FAMILIES RECEIVED SUPPORT SERVICES, COUNSELING, OR ASSISTANCE WITH DAILY LIFE

457 SURVIVORS PARTICIPATED IN PEER MENTORING AND SURVIVORSHIP WORKSHOPS

166 SURVIVOR PEER MENTORS TRAINED

165 SURVIVORS PARTICIPATED IN PATIENT AWARENESS/ TRANSITION SUPPORT WORKSHOPS

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Lisa Mitchell’s journey with Susan G. Komen began with her diagnosis of Stage 3 breast cancer in 2010. After a mastectomy, reconstruction surgery, six rounds of chemotherapy, seven weeks of radiation, and a year of Herceptin, she credits Komen with aiding in her recovery and is now a staunch advocate and volunteer for Komen Maryland. Lisa gained support and inspiration from the Komen-funded Maintaining Active Citizens (MAC) program in Salisbury, Maryland. She says, “I was overwhelmed by MAC’s amazing outreach and giving program.” One of MAC’s programs, “Life After Breast Cancer: Return to Independence,” provides, with support of a Komen Maryland grant, Lisa continual encouragement. Through this program, Lisa is now a strong believer in acupuncture one of the treatments she receives regularly.

COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT

Today there are more than three million breast cancer survivors in the United States due to great strides and on-going research through early detection and treatment! In FY14, Komen Maryland completed a comprehensive assessment of survivor organizations, non-profit engagement of survivors, and survivor programs of Komen Affiliates throughout the network in order to meet the needs of survivors in our community. As a survivorship companion, Komen Maryland will offer education, outreach and support for all survivors, including the metastatic community, co-survivors and caregivers.

Lisa actively volunteers for Komen Maryland, primarily through the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure® in Ocean City, Maryland. Beginning with the inaugural Race in 2012, Lisa reflects fondly, “My fellow pink sister, Leslie, and our Moms and my daughter helped organized the Survivor Tent.” The following year, she became the Survivor Tent co-chair, and just this past April, she managed to run in the third annual Ocean City Race. She says, “I wanted to volunteer to bring hope, support, and a day of inspiration to both survivors and caregivers.”

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21ST ANNUAL KOMEN MARYLAND HUNT VALLEY RACE FOR THE CURE®

17,650 participants 5,000 supporters and spectators 988 teams $1.75 million raised

RACE REVENUE

PINK HONOR ROLL Race participants are given Pink Honor Roll status when they raise $1,250 in donations. This elite status entitles members to certain benefits including free Race registration and invitations to special events. Debi Adkins • Rita Amrhein • Lynn Baklor Itetha Barnes • Josh Barnes • Melissa Benhoff Melissa Bradshaw • Terri Buser • Michelle Caudill Michelle Curtis • Reese Davanzo Angie Di Giorgio Havrilla • Deborah Eikenberg Sandy Farrell • Diane Gartner Patricia Geisendaffer • Seth Glassman Adrian Goodman • Ella Hamilton • Sandy Hamilton Australia Harris • Ann Hendrix • Julia Hensberger Kristine Hilbert • Joy Howard • Lisa Jester Ann Jewer • Deborah Kasper • Deborah Langbaum Karen Laster • Patricia Lee • Elizabeth Lotz Timothy Luipersbeck • Valerie Makris • Tracy Mann Constance Markley • David Marshall Faith Mauro-Huse • Terry McIntosh Sharon Mirabelle • Cammi Paladino Laura Pardue • Kathleen Pieper • Terri Poleski Gabriella Polsinelli • Kim Powell • Judy Reese Kelly Regan • Ken Rosier • liza Rothenberg Cinda Sammons • Joy Schaefer • Lisa Scott Linda Sears • Shelley Sharkey • Alison Sheaffer April Shope • Debbie Shoul • Marisa Sigler Kristin Simpson • Beth Smith • Julie Smith Bernadette Sowder • Kimberly Spence Chad Strzegowski • Michelle Thorfinnsson Kristin Tucker • Robin Vahle • Cindy Vollmer Cyndi Waldhauser • David Waldhauser Deborah Wells-Wright

HUNT VALLEY RACE COMMITTEE Jay Brignac • Kevin Burr • Gary Cianfichi Trisha Clelland • Amy Clement • Barry Coulby Lisa Cummings • Phil Fratesi • Gonzalo Hernandez Nancy Hogan • Sharon Jakelski • Cathy Kelley Yvonne Kelly • Charlie Knott • Joy Loughney Olga Maltseva • Robbie McLean • Caitlin Nicholas Debbi Paladino • Cassandra Payton • LeAnne Shuler Chris Sevick • Samantha Sherer • Gerry Snyder Lydia Stewart • Kathy Tucker Shawn Marie Tumminello • Richard Webb • Kaitlyn Wilt Matthew Wolniak • Sabrina Wiggins • Kimberly Wright

A Special Thanks to Our Presenting Sponsors for the 2013 Race for the Cure in Hunt Valley

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2ND ANNUAL KOMEN MARYLAND OCEAN CITY RACE FOR THE CURE®

3,400 participants +14% above participant goal 199 teams $348,000 money raised +$1,000,000 grants

awarded to Eastern Shore breast health programs from Komen Maryland since 2002

OCEAN CITY RACE COMMITTEE Danelle Amos • Dave Bafford • Lesley Bishop • Kevin Burr Karen Clayland • Lorie Crisanti • Dawn Denton • Debbie Donahue Jen Ewing • Lou Ann Grim • Jessica Guns • Ann Hastings Brad Hoffman • Nancy Hogan • Nancy Hudson • Cathy Kelley Yvonne Kelly • Jillian King • Sharon Knowles • Mary Malone Debbie Marvel • Lisa Mitchell • Sharon Muhler • Barry Neeb Lisa Parks • Marilyn Simpson • Gerry Snyder • Brian Soehr Brittanie Stuber • Suzy Taylor • Terry Testani • Robin Tomaselli Kathy Tucker • Lori Yates • Andrea Young

PINK HONOR ROLL

RACE REVENUE

Rachel Carey-McElwaney • Jane Cox • Debbie Dean Lauren Del Bene • Lisa Diesel • Mulu Gizaw • Stephanie Glaze Julie Grecco • Jean Keagle • Gina LaRocque • Sandy Mack Helen Manning • Mary Miles • Kelly Miller • Cole Miller Colleen Moore • Bob Musser • Ann Musser • Laura Powell Dee Anna Ragan • Savannah Scott • Greg Shockley • John Watts Julie Wieczorek • Elaine Zongker

A Special Thanks to Our Presenting Sponsors for the 2013 Ocean City Race for the Cure

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NON-RACE REVENUE Non-race revenue is accounted for in three categories including general giving, third party events and national programs.

NON-RACE REVENUE

GENERAL GIVING

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General Giving represents the largest source of non-race revenue for Komen Maryland. Each year, individuals select Komen Maryland as their charity-ofchoice through various vehicles. The General Giving category includes Workplace Giving Campaigns, Honor/Memorial Donations and an End-of-the-Year Campaign. Workplace Giving Campaigns encourage individuals to donate and maximize their gift through payroll deductions. Komen Maryland is a beneficiary of the following Workplace Giving Campaigns:

NON-RACE REVENUE $200,000

$150,000

PUBLIC SECTOR CAMPAIGNS Maryland Charity Campaign (MCC) #5555 Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) #54663 Combined Charity Campaign (CCC) #5555

$100,000

$50,000

PRIVATE SECTOR CAMPAIGNS Combined Charity-Fredrick #0553 Eastern Shore Private Sector #72 Southern Maryland Private Sector #72 Western Maryland Private Sector #72 United Way of Central Maryland #2094

$0

$152,261

$28,817

WORKPLACE HONOR/ MEMORIAL GIVING

$24,306 END OF YEAR CAMPAIGN

NATIONAL PROGRAMS

Susan G. Komen headquarters supports local affiliates through several national fundraising programs. Three national programs in Maryland are Rally for the Cure, Bowl for the Cure, and Passionately Pink. For more information on how you can support our cause locally, please visit www.komen.org and click National Programs under Ways to Donate. Komen Maryland has generously benefited from these programs in 2013.

$2,045 Passionately Pink $18,075 Bowl for the Cure $19,1316 Rally for the Cure

THIRD PARTY EVENTS Third Party Events represent the second largest non-race source of income for Komen Maryland. These events, hosted by individuals, community groups or local businesses, raise money and awareness for breast cancer programs. The funds raised allow Komen Maryland to provide education, screening, treatment and support services to thousands of people throughout the state of Maryland. This was the fourth year partnering with the Maryland Jockey Club to celebrate survivors and raise awareness and funds for breast cancer on Black-Eyed Susan Day during Preakness Week.

$246,364 total raised 38 events total

Bosom Buddy Girls Night Out For the past 65 years, Coastal Crane Service, Inc. has provided crane rental, custom rigging, and heavy hauling throughout the mid-Atlantic Region. It’s a family-owned business, where Cindy Goetzinger and her husband and Coastal Crane Services president, Ray Goetzinger, promote a close family atmosphere with their 40 employees. What makes Coastal Crane Service stand out is their new bright pink mobile rigger featuring the tagline, “Lifting and Rigging for a Cure.”

Girls With Guitars

The story of the pink truck began with Cindy’s diagnosis of breast cancer in 2009. After receiving treatment, she and Ray wanted to spread awareness about prevention and screening. “I’m always preaching about early detection and mammograms,” states Cindy.

NON-RACE REVENUE

And, this was the sixth year partnering with WPOC, 93.1, a Clear Channel radio station, to host two outstanding events emceed by Laurie DeYoung. This year’s Bosom Buddy Girls Night Out was held at Maryland Live Casino’s Rams Head Center Stage and featured the LoCash Cowboys. The second event, Girls with Guitars, was held at the Hippodrome Theatre and featured country music legends, Sheryl Crow, Jennifer Nettles, Kellie Pickler, and Cassadee Pope.

Ray contacted Komen Maryland about a partnership, and the pink truck has now been on the road since the beginning of June. “The awareness is outstanding,” Cindy comments. In addition, a small percentage of the truck’s business is donated to Komen Maryland.

Black Eyed Susan Day

You can see Coastal Crane Service’s signature truck and all of the company’s capabilities by visiting their website at www.coastalcrane.com.

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VOLUNTEERS Komen Maryland is supported by a team of dedicated volunteers. Komen Ambassadors, Community Outreach Advocates and Breast Health Educators support numerous year-round educational events. Volunteers receive specialized training, provide Breast Health Basic presentations, and speak to groups about the role Komen Maryland plays the community. Komen Maryland relies on hundreds of volunteers to support the Race for the Cure® in Hunt Valley and Ocean City.

TOTAL VOLUNTEERS 1,222

VOLUNTEERISM

OCEAN CITY RACE FOR THE CURE 234

RACE FOR THE CURE HUNT VALLEY 751

YEAR ROUND 202

I AM THE CURE 35

“As a two-time breast cancer survivor, I understand the importance of early detection. I became an avid Komen Maryland volunteer after my first diagnosis. MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center’s program, Survivors Offering Support—which is a Komen Maryland grantee—provided my with the emotional support I needed during my survivorship journey. After my treatment, I wanted to help ‘pay it forward.’ I began volunteering to help inform other women and men of breast cancer risks and spreading awareness of this terrible disease.” —LeAnne Shuler, Breast Cancer Survivor & Advocate

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100 events made possible by volunteer participation 5,638 volunteer hours provided 13,088 people reached at health fairs thanks to Komen Maryland volunteers

Financials Total Expenses $2,828,410 Local Grants $1,077,963 Community Health $ 582,715 Research $ 492,540 Race $ 483,200 Administration $ 191,992

RACES 17.1%

RESEARCH 17.4%

ADMINISTRATION 6.8%

LOCAL GRANTS 38.1%

COMMUNITY HEALTH 20.6%

Total Revenue

$2,693,434

Race for the Cure® in Hunt Valley $1,692,210 Ocean City Race for the Cure® $341,539 Other $659,685 OTHER 24.5%%

OCEAN CITY RACE FOR THE CURE® 12.7%

RACE FOR THE CURE® IN HUNT VALLEY 62.8%

Robin Prothro , BSN, MPH • Chief Executive Officer Board of Directors Amy Heinrich • Board Chairman • Partner, Goodell, DeVries, Leech & Dann, LLP Bryant Cargile • Vice Chairman Finance • Managing Director, Whiting-Turner Kelly Swoope-Holloway • Vice Chairman Board Governance • Anchor/Reporter, WMAR Michelle Bland • Associate Director of Sales, Sheraton Annapolis Hotel Melanie Brzozowski • Event Design Consultant Susan Forlifer, MD • Comprehensive Breast Health Physician Phyllis Gray • Vice President - Oncology Service Line, MedStar Health Sharon Mirabelle • Vice President, Shared Services, McCormick & Company Aliza Rothenberg • VP Strategic Planning, CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield Stephanie Saunders • Vice President, Morgan Stanley Julie Thomas • Marketing Manager, Tri Gas & Oil Co., Inc. Jill Yonowitz • Director of Health Plan Operations, Baltimore, Kaiser Permanente Levi Williams • Human Resources Manager, Domino Foods Staff Lauren Bodie • Finance Director Kelly Kesler, MS, CHES • Community Health Director Kim Schmulowitz • Communications and Marketing Director Jill Brady • Eastern Shore Race and Development Manager Ingrid Brower • Community Health Manager Sarah Cordi • Development Manager Sasha Lea • Office Manager Kim Marzullo • Race and Development Manager Laura Pichotta • Communications and Marketing Manager Lori Yates • Community Health Manager

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