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CDS Foundation Report to CDS Board of Directors
CDS Foundation Report to CDS Board of Directors
CDS Foundation Report to CDS Board of Directors
CDS Foundation Report to CDS Board of Directors
CDS Foundation Report to CDS Board of Directors
CDS Foundation Report to CDS Board of Directors
CDS Foundation Report to CDS Board of Directors
CDS Foundation Report to CDS Board of Directors
CDS Foundation Report to CDS Board of Directors
CDS Foundation Report to CDS Board of Directors
CDS Foundation Report to CDS Board of Directors
CDS Foundation Report to CDS Board of Directors
CDS Foundation Report to CDS Board of Directors
CDS Foundation Report to CDS Board of Directors
CDS Foundation Report to CDS Board of Directors
CDS Foundation Report to CDS Board of Directors
CDS Foundation Report to CDS Board of Directors
CDS Foundation Report to CDS Board of Directors
CDS Foundation Report to CDS Board of Directors
CDS Foundation Report to CDS Board of Directors
CDS Foundation Report to CDS Board of Directors
CDS Foundation Report to CDS Board of Directors
CDS Foundation Report to CDS Board of Directors
CDS Foundation Report to CDS Board of Directors
CDS Foundation Report to CDS Board of Directors
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CDS Foundation Report to CDS Board of Directors

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August 2012 report of the CDS Foundation to the CDS Board of Directors.

August 2012 report of the CDS Foundation to the CDS Board of Directors.

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  • R, This page is a little confusing and will require explanation as to how the lower 6 line items are designated & totaled.
  • R, This page is a little confusing and will require explanation as to how the lower 6 line items are designated & totaled.
  • R, This page is a little confusing and will require explanation as to how the lower 6 line items are designated & totaled.
  • R, This page is a little confusing and will require explanation as to how the lower 6 line items are designated & totaled.
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    • 1. www.cdsfound.org
    • 2. Our Mission
    • 3. Agenda 2012 Grant Awards Fundraising Growth Program Growth CDS/F Relationship Financial Outlook
    • 4. CDSF Grants 2009 2010 2011 2012Grant Awards 10 12 14 12Grant Amount $60,000 $92,500 $67,500 $89,100 Awarded
    • 5. 2012 Grant Recipients The ARK  Heartland International Health The Children’s Clinic Center Oral Health Program Community Health  Illinois State Dental Society Mission Community Nurse Health of Mercy 2012 Association  Northwest Community Hospital’s Dental Lifeline Donated Dental Mobile Dental Clinic Services  Race Industry Charitable Dental Lifeline House Calls Foundation Program  Rosalind University of Medicine & Erie Family Health Center, Inc. Science  St. Bernard Hospital Dental Center Near North Health Service Corporation
    • 6. Growth in Corporate Sponsorship30 First year after development of25 CDSF programs and events20 First year of15 fundraising under CDSF Executive Director10 50 2008 2009 2010 2011
    • 7. Individuals Drive Philanthropy In 2010, $290.89 5% billion donated; 14% $236 billion of it by individualsIndividuals Source: 2011 Givingand Bequests 81% USA reportFoundationsCorporations
    • 8. Growth in Individual Donors450400350300250200 150100 50 0 2008 2009 2010 2011
    • 9. CDS FOUNDATION“The primary benefit of a foundation is that it provides a means for association members…to make charitable contributions and receive charitable deductions for activities related to the association’s profession.” Source: Association Forum, Professional Practice Statement on Association-Subsidiary Foundation Relationships
    • 10. Progress in 2012 Year End 2011 To Date (July 31, 2012)Corporate Donors 27 24 Donors 391 550 Donations 515 603 Funds Raised $96,933 $83,491
    • 11. CDS Funding to CDSF 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011Restricted Funding $500,000 0 0 0 $250,000 Nonrestricted $1,000,000 0 0 0 0 FundingRestricted funding: Restricted by the donor for a designated purpose.Nonrestricted funding: May be used to cover the operating expenses incurred infulfilling the mission of the organization.
    • 12. CDS Programmatic Funding to CDSF 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Friday Night N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A $50,000 MidwinterChildren’s dental N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A TBD* health UIC Dental School N/A N/A $500,000 N/A N/A N/A Fellowship SIU Dental School N/A N/A $250,000 N/A N/A N/A Fellowship*Per CDS Board approval of the 2013 CDS operating budget.
    • 13. Program Growth  CDSF Clinic  Healthy Kids Brush Up  12 fundraising programs to attract individual and corporate support, such as wine tasting and annual appeal Program
    • 14. CDS Foundation Clinic Timeline June 2011 DuPage Community Clinic ends its dental program July 2011 CDS issues statement critical of closing August 2011 CDS Board votes to move and store clinic equipment February 2012 CDSF Board votes to open a dental clinic in DuPage County
    • 15. CDS Foundation Clinic Timeline Month 2012 CDSF registers Chicago Dental Society Foundation Clinic LLC with State of Illinois March 2012 Search for clinic location underway August 2012 Lease currently being negotiated October 2012 Target month for clinic opening
    • 16. LLC Committee LLC Board of Managers Jeffrey Socher, Chair  Keith Suchy, President Ilie Pavel  Glenn DeWeirdt, Jr., Vice- Patrick Hann President  Kevin King, Secretary  Rodney Watt, Treasurer  Michael Durbin  Joseph Morrissey  Yihsiung Huang  Stephen Palatinus
    • 17. Healthy Kids Brush Up!  Program core remains unchanged  CDSF will expand program through continued fundraising  Expect to donate approximately 100,000 toothbrushes in 2013
    • 18. What Is the Value of CDSF to CDS?
    • 19. CDS/F Leading by Example 68%Percentage of CDS members who volunteer with dental charities. Source: CDS survey, November 2011
    • 20. Negative Dental News Coverage
    • 21. CDSF Positions CDS as Credible Champion of Oral HealthWhen the public asks, Foundation embodies the“What does dentistry do society’s commitment tofor the underserved?” access to care.
    • 22. Value of CDS Foundation Increases society’s visibility and credibility among key audiences Grows programs and outreach through philanthropy Positions society as a socially responsible organization, which attracts like-minded businesses Engages and recruits potential members in volunteerism with CDS/F programs and outreach Demonstrates commitment of leadership to access to care and philanthropy 100 percent of every dollar raised addresses access to care programs
    • 23. CDSF Fund Balances $603,000 CDSF Operating Fund $721,000CDSF Non Operating Expense Fund CDS MWM Friday Night Fund $8,453CDS Children’s Dental Health Month $9,615 FundChicago Dental Society Foundation $17,800 Clinic Fund $200,000 UIC Fund (2012 & 2013)
    • 24. 2013 CDSF Budgeted Expenses CDSF Budgeted Operational Expenses $300,000 CDSF Clinic Expenses $250,000  Monthly Rent $3,000 CDSF Grant Awards $110,000
    • 25. Thank You!For more information, contact Rodney Watt at rwatt@cdsfound.org or (312) 836-7301

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