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Sports & Disability 2009 Annual Report

  1. 1. 2007-08 Annual Report
  2. 2. National Sports Center for the Disabled Mission and Leadership Joe Ellis, Board Chair, 2007-08 Hal O’Leary, Founder “In 2007-08, the National Sports Center for the Hal O’Leary is a legendary figure in Disabled increased services and awareness for the world of disabled sports. In 1970, people with disabilities through building Hal volunteered to help children with relationships in various communities. Unique amputations from The Children’s additions to the NSCD include: a beautiful Hospital in Denver learn to ski. As furnished donated condominium in Winter Park, a result of Hal’s dedication, a single Colorado, enhancing programs by adding lesson turned into one of the most residential opportunities; a new partnership respected therapeutic recreational with the American Red Cross leading to the agencies in the world. co-production the Fat Tire Classic, a well recognized Colorado event for mountain biking; and the opening of a satellite branch in Kansas City, Missouri, thanks to National Program’s services and camps to families in that greater metropolitan area. This has been an exciting year, and on behalf of the Board of Trustees, we thank you for your ongoing commitment to the NSCD. ” BOARD OF TRUSTEES Mr. Peter Boyles Todd A. Fredrickson Mr. Don Marshall Mr. Steven A. Shapiro, Esq. FY2007-08 Clear Channel Broadcasting Otten Johnson Robinson Wells Fargo Bank Fleishman & Shapiro, PC Neff & Ragonetti, PC Mr. Joe Ellis, Chair Mr. Gary J. DeFrange Mr. Doug Morton Ms. Elaine Torres Denver Broncos Football Club Winter Park Resort Joe Hodas Sports Authority KCNC-News4 Frontier Airlines, Inc Mr. John Beeble, Vice-Chair Sheila Kemper Dietrich Steven Peters Harry Whipple Saunders Construction Inc. American Heart Association Mr. Andrew Hudson Lindquist & Vennum, PLLP Denver Newspaper Agency Arcadis Mr. Gary C. Dudley, Treasurer Mr. Larry DiPasquale Steve Raymond Rebecca Zimmerman Deloitte & Touche LLP Epicurean Catering Mr. Ralph Klomp Disney & ESPN Networks, Design Workshop Trice Jewelers Affiliate Sales & Marketing Ms. Carolynn Bond Community Volunteer
  3. 3. Organization’s Mission, History, and Scope The mission of the National Sports Center for the Disabled (NSCD) is to provide quality outdoor sports and therapeutic recreation programs that positively impact the lives of people with physical, The NSCD Served Over 3,800 People cognitive, emotional or behavioral challenges. Throughout Last Year and Provided Nearly 23,500 Lessons. Founded in 1970, the NSCD provides thousands of people with adaptive recreational opportunities and has grown into a world leaded in therapeutic recreation. Gifts of time and money support NSCD programming and provide the resources used to provide people with disabilities life-altering experiences. The NSCD serves people with any disability – physical, cognitive, emotional, social – in over 20 different kinds of year-round sports and activities. Therapeutic recreation significantly contributes to the health and well-being of people with disabilities and provides opportunities for people to build confidence and self-esteem while improving their overall quality of life.
  4. 4. Winter Park Programs Winter programs, offering some of the best and most comprehensive Innovative and Special Programs of enduring value programs known to the industry, including arguably the most • Teen Ski and Snowboard camp successful competition center in North America for disabled ski racers. • Winter Wonder Camp for children with autism • Alpine • Family lessons • Nordic skiing • Leadership Camp for teens with cochlear implants • Snowboarding • Adult Mountain Retreat • Snowshoeing • Women’s Weekend • Back-country hut trips • Salute-to-Troops – for US veterans • Other winter adventures World Class Competition Center Non-winter programs • Prepares elite skiers with disabilities for regional, national, • River rafting and international competitions • Therapeutic horse riding • Consistently dominates races and events around the world • Mountain biking • NSCD Alpine Ski Team worked with 47 athletes with disabilities • Camping from 7 different countries in 2007-08 • Hiking • The Alpine Ski Team competed in 7 World Cup events resulting • Rock climbing in 5 medals won • Canoeing
  5. 5. National Programs Division NSCD Sports Camp Stats – Soccer Ability League in partnership with U.S. Paralympics, introductory sports clinics ages 6 –18 for all disabilities Major League Soccer teams, and local soccer clubs • 16 camps- over 1,000 participants • The Soccer Development League specifically targets participants • Locations/Type of camp ages 6 to 18 with ambulatory challenges including: cerebral palsy, o Chicago stroke, muscle disorders, traumatic brain injury, Spina Bifida, • Soccer (Chicago Fire) and amputation. • Baseball (Chicago Cubs & Chicago White Sox) o Dallas • Leagues offered in partnership w/ local soccer clubs in 4 locations • Soccer (FC Dallas) • 4 locations o Denver o Chicago • Lacrosse (Colorado Mammoth) o Denver • Basketball (Denver Nuggets) o Kansas City • Soccer (Colorado Rapids) o San Diego • Baseball (Colorado Rockies) • Lessons Provided – 2,176 • Football (Denver Broncos) • Sled Hockey (Colorado Avalanche) o Houston • Football (Houston Texans o Kansas City • Football (KC Chiefs) • Golf • Baseball (KC Royals) • Soccer (KC Wizards) • Ability Day • Day at Snow Creek
  6. 6. NSCD Kansas City Opened an office in Kansas City, MO providing year round Kansas City Advisory Board 2008 programming to families in the greater KC metropolitan area. Mark Bowland, Advisory Board Chair NSCD – Kansas City Kansas City, MO Parks and Recreation Department • Serving over 400 individuals, approximately 900 lessons • Events Beverly Allen o NSCD-KC Golf Classic Fundraiser Kansas City Public Schools, Special Education • Sports Camps o Kansas City Wizards, Kansas City Chiefs, Chad Heggem Kansas City Royals, Golf Clinic IronStone Bank o Ability Day Gerald (Jerry) Hitzhusen • Ability Soccer League o Fall and Spring Recreation Leagues University of Missouri-Columbia • Recreation Programs Bob Lewellen o Snow Creek Adaptive Skiing Lessons Former Parks Board Commissioner/Retired KC Business Owner o Adaptive Golf o Cycling Dr. Terry Long Northwest Missouri State University Roscoe Righter The City of Blue Springs Jeff Sturd Commerce Bank Paula E. Terry Sheraton Kansas City Sports Complex Hotel
  7. 7. Financial Statements STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION OCTOBER 26, 2008 ASSETS Contributions Current Assets: 71% Cash and Cash Equivalents 386,564 Investments - Unrestricted 193,224 Accounts Receivable-Trade and Other 60,834 Prepaid Expenses 16,420 Special Events Pledges Receivable 110,000 17% Total Current Assets 767,042 Non-Current Assets: Investments - Permanently Restricted 119,554 Pledges Receivable, Net of Current Portion 30,000 Program Fees Fixed Assets, Net 1,412,050 Other 14% Total Non-Current Assets 1,561,604 -2% Total Assets 2,328,646 LIABILITIES & NET ASSETS Liabilities: Current Liabilities: Accounts Payable 58,173 Programs Accrued Expenses & Other Liabilities 117,370 Deferred Income 101,312 76% Total Current Liabilities 276,855 Net Assets: Unrestricted Net Assets 1,495,715 Temporarily Restricted Net Assets 436,522 Permanently Restricted Net Assets 119,554 Total Net Assets 2,051,791 Fundraising 12% Total Liabilities & Net Assets 2,328,646 Management & General Depreciation 8% 4%
  8. 8. STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES YEAR ENDING OCTOBER 26, 2008 Temporarily Permanently Unrestricted Restricted Restricted Total SUPPORT, REVENUES & GAINS Public Support: Contributions 795,430 148,440 - 943,870 Contributed Property and Services: Property 1,119,820 - - 1,119,820 Lift Tickets and Lessons 670,941 - - 670,941 Rent and Utilities 119,306 - - 119,306 Product and Other Services 463,813 - - 463,813 Revenues and Gains: Income (loss) from Investments (164,380) - - (164,380) Special Events 1,500,508 - - 1,500,508 Recreational Program Fees 427,918 - - 427,918 Competition Program Fees 168,631 - - 168,631 Other 78,895 - - 78,895 Assets Released from Restrictions 88,269 (88,269) - - Total Support, Revenues & Gains 5,269,151 60,171 - 5,329,322 EXPENSES & LOSSES Program Services: Recreational Programs 2,180,494 - - 2,180,494 Competition Program 464,531 - - 464,531 Special Events Program 1,143,295 - - 1,143,295 Total – Program Services 3,788,320 - - 3,788,320 Supporting Services: Management and General 296,569 - - 296,569 Fundraising 405,420 - - 405,420 Total – Supporting Services 701,989 - - 701,989 Total Expenses 4,490,309 - - 4,490,309 CHANGE IN NET ASSETS 778,842 60,171 - 839,013 NET ASSETS – BEGINNING OF YEAR 716,873 376,351 119,554 1,212,778 NET ASSETS – END OF YEAR 1,495,715 436,522 119,554 2,051,791
  9. 9. Volunteers Volunteers are the backbone of the NSCD. Over 1,300 volunteers worked almost 35,000 hours which saved NSCD labor expenses of $703,890 as determined by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Thank you to all of our volunteers. The following list of people celebrated 15 years of volunteer service to the NSCD in 2006-2007. William Aker Gary Hall Mike Lucas Scott Siao Kirk Bobo Garth Hein Dave Peregoy Rod Swanson Joi Bowen William Hovanic Kevin Reinsch John Thomson Chris Bruno Stephen Ismert Norm Ross Nancy Weappa Jerry Clayton Paul Karlsson Laurine Rowe Donna Wiechman Tim Coon Jonathan Kegans Scott Sarkisian Frosty Wooldridge Pem Dunn Randall Leever Ron Servis John Giefer Michael Lucas Randy Shioshita Foundations, Trusts, and Groups $25,000.00 + The Virginia Hill Foundation Columbus Jewish Foundation Town of Winter Park, A Fund A.V. Hunter Trust, Inc. William T. Kemper Charitable Trust Davis Boyd Memorial Fund of the Grand Foundation Adolph Coors Foundation The Deane Family Fund, A Fund of Venoco Community Partnership The Aksel Nielsen Foundation $5,000 - $9,999 The Denver Foundation Weir Foundation Trust Daniels Fund Dr. Scholl Foundation Desiderata Charitable Foundation Mabel Y. Hughes Charitable Trust El Pomar Foundation Disney Worldwide Outreach $500 - $999 MET Foundation Inc. The Greater Kansas City Grand Foundation Arvada Jefferson Kiwanis Post-News Season to Share, a Fund Community Foundation Harry W. and Louis L. Vicksman Blue Spruce Kiwanis of The McCormick Foundation The Kettering Family Foundation Charitable Trust BP Fabric of America Koelbel Family Foundation The Humphreys Foundation The Donald and Carole $10,000 - $24,999 Melvin & Elaine Wolf Foundation, Inc. IMA Foundation Chaiken Foundation The Cydney and Tom Marsico Variety of Colorado The John G. Duncan Charitable Trust EnCana Cares (USA) Foundation Family Foundation Johns Manville Fund, Inc Fraser River Valley Lions Club Disabled Sports USA $1,000 - $4,999 Mary W. Harriman Foundation Knights of Columbus St. Thomas The Kulicke Fund Barish Family Foundation Michael Gordon Black Foundation More Council 10205 Lambda Chi Alpha Bloom Again, The Molly Pine Tree Foundation Rotary Club of Grand Lake Marguerite M. Wilson Foundation Bloom Foundation Schlessman Family Foundation, Inc. The Safeway Foundation The Max and Victoria Dreyfus The Charles and Jean Stout The Schramm Foundation Snomads Ski Club Foundation Inc. Family Foundation
  10. 10. Corporations and Companies Events Fans on the Field in partnership with INVESCO Field, 33rd Annual Wells Fargo Cup Coors Field, Pepsi Center Ski for NSCD Frontier Corporate Cup Fat Tire Classic in partnership with the American Red Cross Black Diamond Ball honoring Pinnacol Assurance, Doug Morton, Kansas City Golf Classic Jerry Clayton, Jessica Bailey Sports Authority Hal O’Leary Golf Classic presented by RE/MAX Corks and Forks Wine Beer and Food Tasting Taste of Grand County presented by Superior Liquor Title Sponsors Subaru Fisher & Phillips, LLP Merrill Lynch Sports Authority Wild Horse Catering Fitness Quest, Inc Metro Commercial Real Estate Wells Fargo Forde-McGovern & Associates Nike Inc. Winter Park Resort Corporate Friends $2,500 and up GO Automotive Group Pinnacol Assurance Adidas America, Inc GoldToeMoretz, LLC Puma North America, Inc Presenting Sponsors Agron, Inc Golf Gifts & Gallery, Inc Quebecor World The Denver Post (Denver American Furniture Warehouse Hanesbrands Inc RGIS, Inc Newspaper Agency) Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield Heeling Sports Ltd. Roche Colorado Corporation Epicurean Catering Asics Tiger Corporation Hilco Consumer Capital Corp. Rollerblade USA RE/MAX Automotion HUB International Russell Corporation Saunders Construction Bravo Sports ICON Health & Fitness, Inc Southwest Sertoma Superior Liquor Centura Health St. Anthony Central Infinity Direct St. Mary Land and Exploration Co Hospital Intermountain Rural Electric Association Stadium Management Company, LLC Contributing Sponsors Chi Hsin Impex, Inc Intrawest ULC Stanley Security Solutions 630 KHOW CoBank J.B. Hunt Transport, Inc Teamsters Local Union No. 455 850 KOA Colorado Neurological Institute J.G. Johnson Architects, PC The Hertz Corporation Avery Brewing Colorado Powersports Boulder East, Inc. Jarden Team Sports The West of England School Avocet Communications Columbia Sportswear Co Johns Manville Fund, Inc and College Boulder Daily Camera Converse, Inc King Par Corporation Trice Jewelers, Inc. Budweiser Craig Hospital Lambda Chi Alpha Under Armour Athletic Apparel CBS4 Denver Broncos Football Club Larsen and Associates VF Services, Inc. Coors Brewing Company Denver Newspaper Agency Lawrence Construction Wells Fargo Bank- Business The Hertz Corporation Devito Verdi, Inc Lifetime Products Banking Dept. Hirschfeld Press Elan-Polo, Inc Maurice Sporting Goods Western Retail Advisors, LLC Lodos Bar and Grill FedEx MC Sign Company Wilson Sporting Goods Co Meridian Wine First Data Corporation Merrell/Wolverine
  11. 11. SENIOR STAFF OF THE NSCD Hal O’Leary – Founder Craig Pollitt – President/CEO Kris L. Ekeren – VP National Programming , Beth A. Fox – Operations Manager Erik Petersen – Competition Center Director Patty Disney – Chief Financial Officer Rachel Hirt – Director of Marketing Scott J. Franssen – Development Director 1801 Bryant St, Ste. 1500, Denver, CO 80204 • 303.293.5711 •