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16,577,906
Children & Family 12,946,496
43%
98%
96%
75%
24%
2%
BUDGET
Comprehensive psychiatric and medication services
Therapeutic residential treatment for youth and adults with complex behavioral health needs
Semi-independent living for adults with serious mental illness
Family reunification therapy and support
Easterseals Blake Foundation is dedicated to the vision of a Southern Arizona community where all people live healthy, productive and independent lives.
Family support and education, including preservation and reunification
Inclusive early childhood education
Professional Development for child care professionals
Transportation services for individuals who are elderly or have intellectual or physical disabilities
Residential and rehabilitative services for adults with intellectual or physical disabilities
Job development, coaching and employment support for teens and adults with intellec- tual or physical disabilities
Supportive day programs and in-home support for adults with intellectual or physical disabilities
9%
27%
27%
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Presenting • “Presented by” recognition in all media • Branded water stations along the route • On air radio recognition day of event • Everything included in community
sponsorship
Community • 10X10 space at expo • 30 participant entries • Onsite recognition • Company logo on shirt • Staging area on site • Team and individual fundraising page
Expo • 10X10 space at expo • 20 participant entries • Onsite recognition • Company logo on shirt • Staging area on site • Team and individual fundraising page
Team • 15 participant entries • Team and individual fundraising page
Vendor • 10X10 space at expo to interact
with participants
Individual • Walk $20 adult $10 youth (18 and under) • Run $25 adult, $15 youth (18 and under)
All participants will be provided a personal fundraising page. Fantastic prizes for top individual and team fundraisers!
Go to https://es.esterseals.com/WRR2019 to sign up or donate.
$5,000
$2,500
$1,500
$500
$500
Golf tournament at Starr Pass including prizes and lunch at Catalina BBQ.
Annual 2.5K walk or 5K run through Reid Park followed by interactive expo.
Presenting • “Presented by” in all print, radio and
social media • Two Foursomes • Tee-box sign on designated hole • Company banner on site
Hole in One • Acknowledgement in print, radio and
social media • One Foursome • Tee-box sign on designated hole • Company banner on site
Eagle • Featured in all print and social media • One Foursome • Tee-box sign on designated hole
Birdy • One Foursome • Tee-box sign on designated hole • Social media acknowledgement
Party Time • Signage on drink carts
Fore • One golfer • Lunch at Catalina BBQ • Auction and gift bag
Signs • Display your company’s logo or
message on the course
Treat yourself to AAA Four Diamond spa service at the Hashani Spa! All participants have access to the spa facilities and fitness on demand all day! Includes breakfast, silent auction, Signature Café lunch and gift bag. A second one hour spa service available for $100.
Presenting • “Presented by” in all print, radio
and social media • 10 individual spa participants • Company banner on site
Pamper • 5 individual spa participants • Company banner on site • Social media campaign
Lunch sponsor • Includes 2 individual spa participants • Company logo included on spa lunch
certificate
Twosome • Includes light breakfast • 2 One hour spa treatment ( Hashani
Signature Massage, Sedona Mud Wrap or Hasani Facial)
• Access to spa facilities • Signature Café Lunch • Auction and gift bag
Individual • Light breakfast • 1 One hour spa treatment ( Hashani
Signature Massage, Sedona Mud Wrap or Hasani Facial)
• Access to spa facilities • Signature Café Lunch • Auction and gift bag
Spa Golf
$5,000
$600
$250
$250
$500
$150
$125
$2,500
$2,500
$1,500
$1,000
$1,500
G O L F O R S P A D A Y B E N E F I T I N G E A S T E R S E A L S B L A K E F O U N D A T I O N
Friday, May 31, 2019Saturday, March 23, 2019
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Presenting • 50 festival tickets • Blues in Bisbee “presented by” on all print,
radio and social media • Opportunity for company representative to
address the crowd and/or introduce act • Live recognition from stage • Recognition as part of raffle (with donated item) • Sponsorship link and logo on festival website • Company logo on festival banner
and merchandise • 2x6 company banner near main stage
Community • 50 festival tickets • Opportunity for company representative to
address the crowd and/or introduce act • Friday evening stage or Kids Competition
“presented by” • Recognition as part of raffle (with donated item) • Sponsorship link and logo on festival website • Company logo on festival banner
and merchandise
Music Maker • 20 festival tickets • “Presented by” billing for one main stage act or
after-party • Opportunity for company representative
to introduce an act • Live recognition from stage and on social media • Recognition as part of raffle (with donated item) • Sponsorship link and logo on festival website • Company logo on festival banner and
merchandise • 2x6 company banner at venue
Sustainer • 30 festival tickets • Recognition from stage as part of raffle
(with donated item) • Sponsorship link and logo on festival website • Company logo on festival banner
Partner • 10 – 25 festival tickets • Recognition from stage as part of raffle
(with donated item) • Sponsorship name on festival website
The premiere Southern Arizona Blues Festival featuring regional acts and attracting more than 1,500 attendees
Saturday, September 7, 2019
Top Hat • Preferential seating for eight • “Presented by” billing • Be Your Own Chef and dazzle your guests,
or have first choice of a “Celebrity Chef” we provide
• Company recognized during silent & live auctions, and Raise the Paddle
• Recognition in the printed and electronic materials, and media
• Your name or Company logo on Chef’s Hat and Apron
Celebrity Chef • Preferential seating for eight • Company recognized during silent & live
auctions, and Raise the Paddle • Recognition in the printed and electronic
materials, and media • Company logo on Chef’s Apron
It’s My Party • Preferential seating for eight • Recognition in the program
A la Carte • An individual seat to dine with the stars! • Silent Auction • Recognition in the program
$7,500
$5,000
$2,500
$300
$10,000
$5,000
$2,500
$1,000
$200-$500
Local celebrities team up with Mr. An’s master Teppan Chefs for an unforgettable dining experience.
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Presenting • EBF El Tour Team, Presented by YOU! • Branded ride day cheering station along
El Tour route includes day-of on-air radio promotion
• Recognition in printed and electronic media
• Company material presented at pre-race and finish line expos
• Company logo on EBF jersey
Cheering Station • Branded ride day cheering station along
El Tour route includes day-of on-air radio promotion
• Recognition in printed and electronic media
• Company material presented at pre-race and finish line expos
• Company logo on EBF jersey
Fun Ride • Branded family fun ride presented by YOU! • Day-of on-air radio promotion • Recognition in printed and electronic media • Company logo on EBF jersey
Warrior • Recognition in printed and electronic media • Company logo on back of EBF jersey
$5,000
$2,500
$1,000
$500
Saturday, November 23, 2019
Join our team in the El Tour de Tucson and Ride for FREE when you raise at least $500 for EBF and receive various incentives, including the team jersey.
66
1,566
independently in individualized or small group home settings
At-risk new mothers received in-home support from a nurse
112
2,183
24,616
with the support of job coaches.
Parents received parenting education
family support
independent living setting
children with disabilities
Families receive quality low-cost child care
Because of You Ride five to 100 miles with our Wheels for Easterseals team in El Tour de Tucson.
A southern Arizona Community where all people live healthy, productive and independent lives.
• Group homes for adults and children with intellectual or physical disabilities.
• Supportive Living Services for adults with serious mental, intellectual or physical illnesses.
• Supported employment for adults with intellectual or physical disabilities.
• Community based day programs for adults with intellectual or physical disabilities.
• Inclusive early childhood learning centers. • Program to empower childcare centers to build environments
inclusive of children with serious mental, intellectual or physcial disablities.
• Comprehensive behavioral health for children, adults and families.
• In-Home early intervention services for at risk children and families.
• Reunification planning for families involved with Dept of Childhood Safety.
• Parenting enrichment classes. • Nurse home visits for new moms and babies.
Impact
Independence
Inclusion
Intervention
Eric Meyers, President, Enterprise Fleet Management James Woodrow, Vice President, Law Offices of James Woodrow Lindy Cote, Treasurer, Raytheon Missile Systems danny Blake, Disability Advocate Patricia Brown, Caldwell Banker Residential Brokerage James Maina, Principal Financial Betsy Bruce, Journalist Brian Connelly, Long Realty Jeffry Gardner, GB Auto Service Michael Goldsmith, H2O Joe Drinking Water Systems Gene Goldstein, Bramic Design Group PPLC Gregory Leiner, Assured Partners of Arizona Eric Smith, Mutual of Omaha Holly Paddock, CVS Health Shay Stautz, Arizona State University
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Leadership
Who is danny Blake? After a difficult birth experience, danny Blake was diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy and it was recommended that he im- mediately be placed in an institution. His parents staunchly refused and took their son home to join his family. At the age five in 1955, danny was named the Easterseals Child of year and was photographed with Governor Laushe of Ohio.
There was no such thing as “inclusion” in 1958 – anyone different was separate. However, it didn’t take long for danny’s educators to realize that his “differences” were only surface level. He graduated college near the top of his class with a 3.8 GPA.
danny received his undergraduate degree from Arizona State University and a Master’s Degree in Social Service Administration from the University of Chicago. In 1985, he became a board member of the Cerebral Palsy Foundation of Southern Arizona. He was instrumental in helping the agency obtain a half-million dollar grant from Angel Charities, giving the final speech on hope and perseverance. By 1993, Cerebral Palsy Foundation of Southern Arizona was serving more than just those with Cerebral Palsy and decided to change their name to The Blake Foundation, in honor of danny. In 2006 the agency became an Easterseals affiliate. danny remains on the Board of Directors and is a past Board President.
danny spells his name with “d” in order to carry his experiences as a youth with him in his adult life. Thankfully, today the world is a different place for people with disabili- ties. danny’s life serves as a reminder of how far we have come, and the work left to do.
LEGACY GIVING Legacy’s and bequests play an important part in funding programs that enable all people in Southern Arizona to live healthy, productive and independent lives. There are many ways you can ensure your philanthropic wishes become a reality. One of the simplest and most popular ways to empower people with disabilities is to leave a gift to Easterseals Blake Foundation in your will or trust. We are happy to talk with you about your philanthropic goals. Call Dina Scalone at 520.327.1529 ext 7061.
VOLUNTEER Time is so valuable and when you have some to give, let us know. Besides our four signature events, various programs and locations also have opportunities to provide a helping hand.
WISH LIST We have item-specific needs in all programs. Directly donate for a much needed item.
Ema M. Kammeyer, Chief Executive Officer Gina K. Judy, Chief Operations Officer Marissa Arendt, Chief Financial Officer Steve Guthrie, Chief Administrative Officer Dina Scalone, Chief Philanthropy Officer Laura Morales, Chief Health Services Officer
In 2019, Easterseals celebrates its 100th anniversary as the indispensable resource for individuals with disabilities and their families.
Together, 71 affiliates in communities nationwide serve 1.5M people through high-quality programs, fostering environments where everyone is included and valued. Join us in ensuring that everyone – regardless of age or ability – is 100% included and 100% empowered.
You can improve the lives of vulnerable children in Southern Arizona by directing your tax dollars to Easterseals Blake Foundation
Allocate your taxes to Easterseals Blake Foundation today!
Your tax credit contribution reduces what you owe in state taxes by up to $1000 (married filing jointly) or $500 (single filers).
Arizona taxpayers can take advantage of all available tax credits each year: Arizona Foster Care, Private School, and Public School.
Make your tax credit donation today
Easterseals Blake Foundation is a Qualifying Foster care Organization. A
$50 contribution equals a $50 tax credit. *Tax credit eligible contributions made to EBF between January 1, 2018 and April 15, 2019
may be applied to your 2018 tax return.
You change the lives of children
Easterseals Blake Foundation is dedicated to the vision of a Southern Arizona community where all people
live healthy, productive, and independent lives.
Receive a dollar-for-dollar
tax credit YOU have peace of mind knowing that
YOU have put your tax dollars to work for Arizona’s most vulnerable children.
Donate online: www.easterseals.com/blakefoundation Mail donation: 7750 E. Broadway Blvd., Suite A200
Tucson, AZ 85710 Questions: 520.327.1529