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2009 annual report

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									2007-08 Annual Report

National Sports Center for the Disabled Mission and Leadership
Joe Ellis, Board Chair, 2007-08 “In 2007-08, the National Sports Center for the Disabled increased services and awareness for people with disabilities through building relationships in various communities. Unique additions to the NSCD include: a beautiful furnished donated condominium in Winter Park, Colorado, enhancing programs by adding residential opportunities; a new partnership with the American Red Cross leading to the 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. ” Hal O’Leary, Founder Hal O’Leary is a legendary figure in the world of disabled sports. In 1970, Hal volunteered to help children with amputations from The Children’s Hospital in Denver learn to ski. As a result of Hal’s dedication, a single lesson turned into one of the most respected therapeutic recreational agencies in the world.

BOARD OF TRUSTEES FY2007-08 Mr. Joe Ellis, Chair Denver Broncos Football Club Mr. John Beeble, Vice-Chair Saunders Construction Inc. Mr. Gary C. Dudley, Treasurer Deloitte & Touche LLP Ms. Carolynn Bond Community Volunteer

Mr. Peter Boyles Clear Channel Broadcasting Mr. Gary J. DeFrange Winter Park Resort Sheila Kemper Dietrich American Heart Association Mr. Larry DiPasquale Epicurean Catering

Todd A. Fredrickson Otten Johnson Robinson Neff & Ragonetti, PC Joe Hodas Frontier Airlines, Inc Mr. Andrew Hudson Arcadis Mr. Ralph Klomp Trice Jewelers

Mr. Don Marshall Wells Fargo Bank Mr. Doug Morton Sports Authority Steven Peters Lindquist & Vennum, PLLP Steve Raymond Disney & ESPN Networks, Affiliate Sales & Marketing

Mr. Steven A. Shapiro, Esq. Fleishman & Shapiro, PC Ms. Elaine Torres KCNC-News4 Harry Whipple Denver Newspaper Agency Rebecca Zimmerman Design Workshop

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, cognitive, emotional or behavioral challenges.

The NSCD Served Over 3,800 People 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.

Winter Park Programs
Winter programs, offering some of the best and most comprehensive programs known to the industry, including arguably the most successful competition center in North America for disabled ski racers. 	 •	 Alpine	 	 •	 Nordic	skiing	 	 •	 Snowboarding	 	 •	 Snowshoeing	 	 •	 Back-country	hut	trips	 	 •	 Other	winter	adventures	 World Class Competition Center Non-winter programs 	 •	 River	rafting 	 •	 Therapeutic	horse	riding 	 •	 Mountain	biking 	 •	 Camping 	 •	 Hiking 	 •	 Rock	climbing 	 •	 Canoeing 	 •	 Prepares	elite	skiers	with	disabilities	for	regional,	national,	 and international competitions 	 •	 Consistently	dominates	races	and	events	around	the	world 	 •	 NSCD	Alpine	Ski	Team	worked	with	47	athletes	with	disabilities	 from 7 different countries in 2007-08 	 •	 The	Alpine	Ski	Team	competed	in	7	World	Cup	events	resulting	 in 5 medals won Innovative and Special Programs of enduring value 	 •	 Teen	Ski	and	Snowboard	camp 	 •	 Winter	Wonder	Camp	for	children	with	autism 	 •	 Family	lessons 	 •	 Leadership	Camp	for	teens	with	cochlear	implants 	 •	 Adult	Mountain	Retreat 	 •	 Women’s	Weekend 	 •	 Salute-to-Troops	–	for	US	veterans	

National Programs Division
NSCD Sports Camp Stats – introductory sports clinics ages 6 –18 for all disabilities 	 •	 16	camps-	over	1,000	participants 	 •	 Locations/Type	of	camp o Chicago 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 •	 Soccer	(Chicago	Fire) •	 Baseball	(Chicago	Cubs	&	Chicago	White	Sox) •	 Soccer	(FC	Dallas) •	 Lacrosse	(Colorado	Mammoth) •	 Basketball	(Denver	Nuggets) •	 Soccer	(Colorado	Rapids) •	 Baseball	(Colorado	Rockies) •	 Football	(Denver	Broncos) •	 Sled	Hockey	(Colorado	Avalanche) •	 Football	(Houston	Texans •	 Football	(KC	Chiefs) •	 Golf •	 Baseball	(KC	Royals) •	 Soccer	(KC	Wizards) •	 Ability	Day •	 Day	at	Snow	Creek Soccer Ability League in partnership with U.S. Paralympics, Major League Soccer teams, and local soccer clubs 	 •	 The	Soccer	Development	League	specifically	targets	participants		 	 	 ages	6	to	18	with	ambulatory	challenges	including:	cerebral	palsy,		 stroke, muscle disorders, traumatic brain injury, Spina Bifida, and amputation. 	 •	 Leagues	offered	in	partnership	w/	local	soccer	clubs	in	4	locations 	 •	 4	locations	 o Chicago o Denver o Kansas City o San Diego 	 •	 Lessons	Provided	–	2,176

o Dallas o Denver

o Houston o Kansas City

NSCD Kansas City
Opened an office in Kansas City, MO providing year round programming to families in the greater KC metropolitan area. Mark Bowland, Advisory Board Chair NSCD – Kansas City 	 •	 Serving	over	400	individuals,	approximately	900	lessons 	 •	 Events 	 	 	 o	 NSCD-KC	Golf	Classic	Fundraiser o Kansas City Wizards, Kansas City Chiefs, 	 	 	 	 Kansas	City	Royals,	Golf	Clinic o Ability Day 	 •	 Ability	Soccer	League o Fall and Spring Recreation Leagues 	 •	 Recreation	Programs o Snow Creek Adaptive Skiing Lessons 	 	 	 o	 Adaptive	Golf	 o Cycling 	 •	 Sports	Camps Chad Heggem IronStone Bank Gerald (Jerry) Hitzhusen University of Missouri-Columbia Bob Lewellen Former	Parks	Board	Commissioner/Retired	KC	Business	Owner 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 Kansas City, MO Parks and Recreation Department Beverly Allen Kansas City Public Schools, Special Education

Kansas City Advisory Board 2008

Financial Statements
STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION OCTOBER 26, 2008
ASSETS
	 	 	 Current Assets: Cash	and	Cash	Equivalents	 Investments - Unrestricted Accounts	Receivable-Trade	and	Other	 Prepaid	Expenses	 Pledges Receivable Total Current Assets Non-Current Assets: Investments - Permanently Restricted Pledges Receivable, Net of Current Portion Fixed Assets, Net Total Non-Current Assets Total Assets 386,564		 193,224 60,834		 16,420		 110,000 767,042 119,554 30,000 1,412,050 1,561,604 2,328,646

Contributions 71%
	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	

Special Events 17%

Other -2%

Program Fees 14%

LIABILITIES & NET ASSETS

Liabilities: Current Liabilities: Accounts Payable Accrued Expenses & Other Liabilities Deferred Income

58,173 117 ,370 101,312 276,855 1,495,715 436,522		 119,554 2,051,791 2,328,646 	

Programs 76%

	

Total Current Liabilities Net Assets: Unrestricted Net Assets Temporarily	Restricted	Net	Assets	 Permanently Restricted Net Assets Total Net Assets Total Liabilities & Net Assets

	

	

	

	

	

Depreciation 4%

Fundraising 12% Management & General 8%

STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES YEAR ENDING OCTOBER 26, 2008
Unrestricted SUPPORT, REVENUES & GAINS
Public Support: Contributions Contributed Property and Services: Property 				Lift	Tickets	and	Lessons	 Rent and Utilities 	 Product	and	Other	Services	 Revenues	and	Gains:	 				Income	(loss)	from	Investments	 Special Events Recreational Program Fees 				Competition	Program	Fees	 Other 	 Assets	Released	from	Restrictions	 Total Support, Revenues & Gains 795,430 1,119,820 670,941	 119,306	 463,813	 	 (164,380)	 1,500,508 427 ,918 168,631	 78,895 88,269	 5,269,151 148,440 -	 -	 -	 	 -	 -	 (88,269)	 60,171 -	 -	 -	 	 -	 -	 -	 943,870 1,119,820 670,941 119,306 463,813 	 (164,380) 1,500,508 427 ,918 168,631 78,895 5,329,322

Temporarily Restricted

Permanently Restricted

Total

Program Services: Recreational Programs 				Competition	Program	 Special Events Program

EXPENSES & LOSSES
2,180,494 464,531	 1,143,295 3,788,320 296,569	 405,420 701,989 4,490,309 -	 -	 -	 -	 2,180,494 464,531 1,143,295 3,788,320 296,569 405,420 701,989 4,490,309

Total – Program Services Supporting Services: 				Management	and	General	 Fundraising Total – Supporting Services Total Expenses

CHANGE IN NET ASSETS NET ASSETS – BEGINNING OF YEAR NET ASSETS – END OF YEAR

778,842	 716,873	 1,495,715

60,171	 376,351	 436,522

-	 119,554	 119,554

839,013 1,212,778 2,051,791

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 Kirk Bobo Joi Bowen Chris Bruno Jerry Clayton Tim Coon Pem Dunn John	Giefer		 Gary	Hall		 Garth	Hein		 William Hovanic Stephen Ismert Paul Karlsson Jonathan Kegans Randall Leever Michael Lucas Mike Lucas Dave Peregoy Kevin Reinsch Norm Ross Laurine Rowe Scott Sarkisian Ron Servis Randy Shioshita Scott Siao Rod Swanson John Thomson Nancy Weappa Donna Wiechman Frosty Wooldridge

Foundations, Trusts, and Groups
$25,000.00 + A.V. Hunter Trust, Inc. Adolph Coors Foundation The Aksel Nielsen Foundation Daniels Fund Mabel Y. Hughes Charitable Trust MET Foundation Inc. Post-News Season to Share, a Fund of The McCormick Foundation
$10,000 - $24,999 The Cydney and Tom Marsico Family Foundation Disabled Sports USA The Kulicke Fund Lambda Chi Alpha Marguerite M. Wilson Foundation The Max and Victoria Dreyfus Foundation Inc. The Virginia Hill Foundation William T. Kemper Charitable Trust $5,000 - $9,999 Dr. Scholl Foundation El Pomar Foundation The	Greater	Kansas	City Community Foundation The Kettering Family Foundation Koelbel Family Foundation Melvin & Elaine Wolf Foundation, Inc. Variety of Colorado $1,000 - $4,999 Barish Family Foundation Bloom Again, The Molly Bloom Foundation The Charles and Jean Stout Family Foundation Columbus Jewish Foundation Davis Boyd Memorial Fund The Deane Family Fund, A Fund of The Denver Foundation Desiderata Charitable Foundation Disney Worldwide Outreach Grand	Foundation	 	 Harry W. and Louis L. Vicksman Charitable Trust The Humphreys Foundation IMA Foundation The	John	G.	Duncan	Charitable	Trust	 Johns Manville Fund, Inc Mary W. Harriman Foundation Michael	Gordon	Black	Foundation Pine Tree Foundation Schlessman Family Foundation, Inc. The Schramm Foundation Town of Winter Park, A Fund 			of	the	Grand	Foundation	 	 Venoco Community Partnership Weir Foundation Trust $500 - $999 Arvada Jefferson Kiwanis Blue Spruce Kiwanis BP Fabric of America The Donald and Carole Chaiken Foundation EnCana	Cares	(USA)	Foundation		 Fraser River Valley Lions Club Knights of Columbus St. Thomas More Council 10205 Rotary	Club	of	Grand	Lake	 	 The Safeway Foundation Snomads Ski Club

Corporations and Companies
Events 33rd Annual Wells Fargo Cup Ski for NSCD Frontier Corporate Cup Black Diamond Ball honoring Pinnacol Assurance, Doug Morton, Jerry Clayton, Jessica Bailey Corks and Forks Wine Beer and Food Tasting presented by Superior Liquor Fans on the Field in partnership with INVESCO Field, Coors Field, Pepsi Center Fat Tire Classic in partnership with the American Red Cross Kansas City Golf Classic Sports Authority Hal O’Leary Golf Classic presented by RE/MAX Taste of Grand County

Title Sponsors Sports Authority Wells Fargo Winter Park Resort Presenting Sponsors The	Denver	Post	(Denver	 			Newspaper	Agency) Epicurean Catering RE/MAX Saunders Construction Superior Liquor Contributing Sponsors 630	KHOW 850 KOA Avery Brewing Avocet Communications Boulder Daily Camera Budweiser CBS4 Coors Brewing Company The Hertz Corporation Hirschfeld Press Lodos	Bar	and	Grill Meridian Wine

Subaru Wild Horse Catering Corporate Friends $2,500 and up Adidas America, Inc Agron, Inc American Furniture Warehouse Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield Asics Tiger Corporation Automotion Bravo Sports Centura Health St. Anthony Central Hospital Chi Hsin Impex, Inc CoBank Colorado Neurological Institute Colorado Powersports Boulder East, Inc. Columbia Sportswear Co Converse, Inc Craig Hospital Denver Broncos Football Club Denver Newspaper Agency Devito Verdi, Inc Elan-Polo, Inc FedEx First Data Corporation

Fisher & Phillips, LLP Fitness Quest, Inc Forde-McGovern	&	Associates GO	Automotive	Group GoldToeMoretz,	LLC Golf	Gifts	&	Gallery,	Inc Hanesbrands Inc Heeling Sports Ltd. Hilco Consumer Capital Corp. HUB International ICON Health & Fitness, Inc Infinity Direct Intermountain Rural Electric Association Intrawest ULC J.B. Hunt Transport, Inc J.G.	Johnson	Architects,	PC Jarden Team Sports Johns Manville Fund, Inc King Par Corporation Lambda Chi Alpha Larsen and Associates Lawrence Construction Lifetime Products Maurice	Sporting	Goods MC Sign Company Merrell/Wolverine

Merrill Lynch Metro Commercial Real Estate Nike Inc. Pinnacol Assurance Puma North America, Inc Quebecor World RGIS,	Inc Roche Colorado Corporation Rollerblade USA Russell Corporation Southwest Sertoma St. Mary Land and Exploration Co Stadium Management Company, LLC Stanley Security Solutions Teamsters Local Union No. 455 The Hertz Corporation The West of England School and College Trice Jewelers, Inc. Under Armour Athletic Apparel VF Services, Inc. Wells Fargo Bank- Business Banking Dept. Western Retail Advisors, LLC Wilson	Sporting	Goods	Co

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 • www.nscd.org


								
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