annual report 2008–2009 dear Friends: On behalf of everyone at the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network, we thank you for your generous support this past year. Despite the downturn in our country’s economy, the steadfast dedication of our donors never wavered. In fact, our total income increased by 16 percent during fiscal year 2008- 09 compared to our previous fiscal year. This critical support has allowed us to continue providing much-needed and high-quality services and programs for the nation’s pancreatic cancer community. Our approach to fighting pancreatic cancer is comprehensive, effective and far-reaching. We directly fund important research grants, advocate for more aggressive federal research funding, provide comprehensive services to patients and families facing this disease through our Patient and Liaison Services (PALS) program and support a robust, all-volunteer network comprising thousands of volunteers nationwide that focuses on furthering our community outreach programs. The synergy produced by these efforts has created an unprecedented momentum in the pancreatic cancer community. More people continue to become involved all the time. We cannot help but feel a renewed sense of hope as we reflect upon all our accomplishments during FY 2008-09. Your enthusiastic involvement and many contributions are especially inspirational. We hope you share our zeal as you review this annual report. Warmest regards, Jason Kuhn Julie Fleshman, JD, MBA Board Chair President and CEO pancreatic cancer action network advance research. support patients. create hope. Board and council Board oF directors scientiFic advisory Board medical advisory council Jason Kuhn Dafna Bar-Sagi, PhD Mark Talamonti, MD Board Chair Chair Chair Tampa, Florida New York University NorthShore University HealthSystem Stephanie R. Davis, JD, MA Teri Brentnall, MD Jordan Berlin, MD Secretary University of Washington Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center Sherman Oaks, California Michael Hollingsworth, PhD Barbara Burtness, MD Tim Ennis University of Nebraska Fox Chase Cancer Center Lockport, New York Medical Center John Cameron, MD Julie Fleshman, JD, MBA Ralph H. Hruban, MD Johns Hopkins University President and CEO Johns Hopkins University Marcia Canto, MD Los Angeles Elizabeth Jaffee, MD Johns Hopkins University Stevan Holmberg, MBA, DBA Johns Hopkins University Christopher Crane, MD Potomac, Maryland Craig D. Logsdon, PhD MD Anderson Cancer Center Peter Kovler MD Anderson Cancer Center Jason Fleming, MD Washington, D.C. Margaret Mandelson, PhD MD Anderson Cancer Center Laurie MacCaskill Fred Hutchinson Cancer Julie Meddles, RD, LD Los Angeles Research Center Ohio State University Medical Center Jai Pausch Gloria Petersen, PhD Mary Mulcahy, MD Hampton Roads, Virginia Mayo Clinic Northwestern University Cynthia Stroum Margaret A. Tempero, MD Maria Petzel, RD, CSO, LD, CNSD Founding Chair Emeritus University of California, MD Anderson Cancer Center Seattle San Francisco Vincent Picozzi, MD David Tuveson, MD, PhD Virginia Mason Medical Center Cambridge Research Institute/CRUK Mark Pochapin, MD Selwyn Vickers, MD Jay Monahan Center for University of Minnesota Gastrointestinal Health Geoffrey M. Wahl, PhD William Traverso, MD Salk Institute Virginia Mason Medical Center pancreatic cancer action network annual report 2008–2009 1 A supporter shows her pride at PurpleStride Austin 2009. 2 pancreatic cancer action network advance research. support patients. create hope. aBout the pancreatic cancer action network The Pancreatic Cancer Action Network, Inc. was founded in 1999 to focus national attention on a disease that is the fourth leading cause of cancer death in the United States but receives far less consideration than cancers of comparable severity. Initially created as a grassroots organization, the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network has become a national leader in the quest to defeat pancreatic cancer. The Pancreatic Cancer Action Network fulfills its mission through a comprehensive strategy that combines directly funding research, increasing federal research dollars through public policy efforts, providing patient services, and extending community outreach and education nationwide. The organization stands as a beacon of hope for the pancreatic cancer community by providing leadership and unity in the urgent fight to find a cure. pancreatic cancer action network annual report 2008–2009 3 Caption to come here. Put niam il ulla commod eugue dalit utet aliquipit endre venis er sum in ercip eu facipsum iliquipis nim zzrit, corperaesto esequis sequis nullaore faccum illandre vulluptat in vel research and scientiFic aFFairs Our Research and Scientific Affairs program advances basic science, early detection, translational research and the development of new therapeutics by directly funding research grants for scientists investigating pancreatic cancer. Under the advisement of our pre-eminent Scientific Advisory Board, the organization employs a clear strategy to combat a disease that poses unique and significant research challenges. Importantly, the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network not only provides financial support for research, but supports a mentoring program to maintain ongoing involvement with grantees to help leverage their funding and enhance their career development. The organization continuously evaluates the scientific needs of the pancreatic cancer community. These efforts enable us to make appropriate recommendations and modifications to our research grants program that reflect changes, developments and needs in the scientific community, ensuring that our program continues to have maximum impact. 4 pancreatic cancer action network advance research. support patients. create hope. RESEARCH AND SCIENTIFIC AFFAIRS positioned to raise $25 million in private HIGHLIGHTS IN 2008-09: funding over the next three years to support • Since 2003, the Pancreatic Cancer pancreatic cancer research and is asking Action Network has funded 47 grants at for an unprecedented amount of federal institutions around the country, totaling funding through the Pancreatic Cancer approximately $5 million. Research & Education Act. • In 2008-09, the organization awarded more than $1.2 million in pancreatic cancer research grants to 9 scientists. The grants program is administered in partnership with the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) to ensure that a rigorous peer review system is used and the highest quality science is funded. • The Pancreatic Cancer Research & Education Act (H.R. 745), the first-ever substantive piece of legislation addressing the needs of the pancreatic cancer research community, was introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives in September 2008 and reintroduced in January 2009. Support for the bill continues to grow. CompREHENSIvE vIEw The strength of our approach lies in our ability to create a comprehensive view of the entire pancreatic cancer research “every day, when i’m with those in my care, landscape. This view has allowed us to i know why i do the work i do. as a medical build an all-inclusive strategy and action oncologist, i’m driven to make discoveries plan to place pancreatic cancer on the fast in the laboratory to benefit these patients. track to finding a cure through our RAISE the Fellowship award makes this possible.” THE CURE initiative. RAISE THE CURE — Eric Humke, MD, PhD Stanford University seeks to secure both private and federal 2009 Samuel Stroum funding for pancreatic cancer research. Pancreatic Cancer Action Network The Pancreatic Cancer Action Network is AACR Fellowship Award pancreatic cancer action network annual report 2008–2009 5 2009 grants Our Pilot Grants provide funding to independent junior and senior investigators to explore new and cutting edge ideas and approaches in pancreatic cancer research to speed scientific and medical breakthroughs. Our Career Development Awards and Fellowship Awards provide funding at critical times in researchers’ careers when they are beginning to develop their research agendas. These grants attract and retain promising early career scientists to the field of pancreatic cancer research by allowing them to develop preliminary research data that can be used to apply for larger federal grants. pILoT GRANTS seena magowitz – pancreatic cancer action network – aacr pilot grant George Calin, MD, PhD MD Anderson Cancer Center Roles of MicroRNAs and Ultraconserved Genes in Pancreatic Cancers pancreatic cancer action network – aacr pilot grant Qingshen Gao, MD NorthShore University HealthSystem Discovery of Novel Pancreatic Cancer Susceptibility Genes constance williams – pancreatic cancer action network – aacr pilot grant Brian Lewis, PhD University of Massachusetts Medical School Involvement of miRNAs in Kras-Induced Pancreatic Tumorigenesis pancreatic cancer action network – aacr pilot grant Jiayuh Lin, PhD Research Institute at Nationwide Children’s Hospital Dual Inhibitors Target JAK2/STAT3 for Novel Pancreatic Cancer Therapy 6 pancreatic cancer action network advance research. support patients. create hope. CAREER DEvELopmENT AwARDS larry kwicinski – pancreatic cancer action network – aacr career development award Maxence Nachury, PhD Stanford University Role of the Primary Cilium in the Initiation of Pancreatic Cancer paul mitchell – pancreatic cancer action network – aacr career development award Marina Pasca di Magliano, PhD University of Michigan Notch Signaling in Pancreatic Cancer Initiation and Progression FELLowSHIp AwARDS ruth Fredman cernea – pancreatic cancer action network – aacr Fellowship Philippe Foubert, PhD University of California, San Diego Role of Inflammation in Pancreatic Cancer samuel stroum – pancreatic cancer action network – aacr Fellowship Eric Humke, MD, PhD Stanford University A Novel Paracrine Hedgehog Signaling Loop in Pancreatic Adenocarcinoma pancreatic cancer action network – aacr Fellowship David Ting, MD Massachusetts General Hospital Characterizing Circulating Tumor Cells in Pancreatic Cancer pancreatic cancer action network annual report 2008–2009 7 “it seems to me that it is within “when (my husband) harvey passed away our power to do something about (from the disease), i just decided that i (pancreatic cancer). in fact, would become a champion for increased we’re going to.” funding for pancreatic cancer research.” — U.S. Representative Anna Eshoo (D-CA) — U.S. Representative Ginny Brown-Waite (R-FL) government aFFairs & advocacy Our Government Affairs & Advocacy program, based in Washington, D.C, focuses on educating elected officials about pancreatic cancer and the need to increase federal research funding dedicated to the disease. GovERNmENT AFFAIRS HIGHLIGHTS IN 2008-09: • The Pancreatic Cancer Research and Education Act (H.R. 745), the first-ever substantive federal legislation dedicated to advancing pancreatic cancer research, was first introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives by Anna Eshoo (D-CA) and Ginny Brown-Waite (R-FL) in September 2008. Thanks to the efforts of thousands of our volunteers and staff members, the bill now has significant bipartisan support in the House, with 165 co-sponsors to date. 8 pancreatic cancer action network advance research. support patients. create hope. The bill will likely be introduced in the U.S. focus and advocates for the creation of a Senate in the fall of 2009. targeted research program focused on just these cancers. We expect the legislation • In March 2009, we hosted our third to be introduced in the U.S. House of annual Pancreatic Cancer Advocacy Day Representatives in the fall of 2009. in Washington, D.C. Approximately 1,430 supporters participated in the event, either • This year, 11,914 advocates sent 29,814 in person or through our National Call- e-mail messages to 538 members of In, enabling us to reach more than 425 Congress. This number represented a members of Congress. 130 percent increase in the number of • According to the American Cancer participating advocates compared to the Society, the eight deadliest cancers previous fiscal year. – pancreatic, liver, lung, esophageal, • Since the Pancreatic Cancer Action stomach, myeloma, brain, and ovarian Network’s advocacy program was founded in – account for nearly 50 percent of all 1999, increasing federal funding for research cancer deaths. To heighten awareness into the disease has remained our top priority. of this statistic among policymakers, In 2008, our efforts helped to secure a nearly the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network 20 percent increase in funding for pancreatic solidified and led a coalition of those cancer research at the NCI compared to representing these deadliest cancers to the prior year. further advocacy efforts. In addition to co-hosting a congressional briefing, the group presented its case to the director of the National Cancer Institute (NCI) for increased funding. Furthermore, the group secured legislative language in a bill that has been introduced in the U.S. Senate known as the 21st Century Cancer ALERT Act (S.717). For the first time, the bill identifies high-mortality cancers as an area needing a special federal research From left, Pancreatic Cancer Action Network supporters Angus Mitchell, Lorrie Attalla, Jennifer Landon, Cindy Landon and Sean Landon meet with U.S. Representative Henry Waxman (D-CA) at the third annual Pancreatic Cancer Advocacy Day in Washington, D.C., on March 31, 2009. pancreatic cancer action network annual report 2008–2009 9 Know your pancreas and live to tell about it Pancreatic cancer is the deadliest cancer—because a lack of investment has left us without early detection tools and effective treatments. 75% of pancreatic cancer patients die within the first year of diagnosis. The five year survival rate is less than 5%. You can change that by joining the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network, the national leader in the fight against this devastating disease. You can raise awareness and much needed funding for research to give patients a fighting chance against a disease that has no cure. Go to www.Pancan.orG today or call 877-272-6226 The Pancreatic Cancer Action Network achieved an important milestone this fiscal year by working with U.S. Representatives Anna Eshoo (D-CA) and Ginny Brown-Waite (R-FL) to introduce the Pancreatic Cancer Research & Education Act (H.R. 745), the first-ever substantive legislation dedicated to advancing pancreatic cancer research. To increase awareness of the bill during the third annual Pancreatic Cancer Advocacy Day in March of 2009, we employed a "Know Your Pancreas" advertising campaign, which featured the ad above. 10 pancreatic cancer action network advance research. support patients. create hope. A SummARy oF THE bILL: The Pancreatic Cancer Research & Education ESTAbLISHING A CANCER RESEARCH Act would create a path for true progress INCubAToR pILoT pRojECT FoR THE by encouraging targeted research efforts, HIGHEST moRTALITy CANCERS the development of a cadre of committed • A new five-year grant pilot project would scientists and promotion of physician be created at the NCI specifically for and public awareness, and would require research into the most deadly cancers, accountability for such efforts. The legislation defined as those with five-year survival is based on the National Plan to Advance rates below 50 percent. The initial phase Pancreatic Cancer Research, a report would include pancreatic cancer and developed by our Scientific Advisory Board in potentially other cancers that meet these 2008. Key components of the bill include: criteria. Following the initial phase, the HHS Secretary would submit a report DEvELopING A STRATEGIC pLAN to Congress evaluating the program • The bill does not dictate how the National and making recommendations for Cancer Institute (NCI) should conduct continuation and/or expansion into other pancreatic cancer research. Instead, it calls deadly cancers. for a strategic plan to be created under the direction of the Health & Human Services (HHS) Secretary and in consultation with STRENGTHENING AND ExpANDING the Directors of the National Institutes of CENTERS oF ExCELLENCE Health (NIH), the NCI, and the Centers for • The legislation builds on a program created Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), as by Congress in the 1990s specifically well as a new Interdisciplinary Pancreatic for breast and prostate cancer called Cancer Coordinating (IPCC) Committee the Specialized Programs of Research comprising pancreatic cancer research Excellence (SPORE). The program was experts, young pancreatic cancer expanded in the last several years to not investigators and a pancreatic cancer only provide increased opportunities for advocate. research into these cancers, but to also offer some limited research opportunities • The comprehensive annual strategic plan for pancreatic and other cancers. would detail the needs for the conduct and support of pancreatic cancer research and • The legislation calls for the designation of awareness activities during the upcoming at least two additional pancreatic cancer fiscal year. To improve accountability, it SPOREs. would be submitted to the HHS Secretary and published on the agency’s website. pRomoTING pHySICIAN AND pubLIC • At the end of each year, the Secretary AwARENESS would submit an annual report to The legislation calls for the NIH and CDC to Congress that identifies the steps taken work with patient advocacy organizations to to implement the recommendations in the develop a primary care provider education strategic plan. program on pancreatic cancer and a communication tool kit for patients. pancreatic cancer action network annual report 2008–2009 11 patient and liaison services (pals) The Pancreatic Cancer Action Network’s Patient and Liaison Services (PALS) program is a comprehensive, free information service for pancreatic cancer patients, their families and health professionals. Those who call the PALS program are matched with highly trained, dedicated PALS Associates who are available to answer questions and provide information and support. Those in need are encouraged to contact PALS as many times as they wish to get the information they require throughout their pancreatic cancer journey. The PALS program also offers a library of educational materials and hosts Pancreatic Cancer Symposia, a series of complimentary, in-person educational events held around the nation for patients and their families. The program is the only one of its kind providing quality, detailed information on topics including diagnosis, treatment options, clinical trials, diet and nutrition, specialists and support resources. The goal of the PALS program is to help patients and their families 12 pancreatic cancer action network advance research. support patients. create hope. learn about and understand their options Cancer, Información General del Cáncer in order to make informed choices de Páncreas (An Overview of Pancreatic together with their medical care teams Cancer in Spanish) and La Dieta y Nutrición: and loved ones. Temas Nutricionales Relacionadas Con el Cáncer del Páncreas (Diet and Nutrition in In 2008-09, the PALS program maintained Spanish). Twenty of our 50 fact sheets are and expanded the impressive services also now available in Spanish. and resources it provides to the pancreatic cancer community. PALS also reached • Approximately 37,000 pieces of PALS more individuals in their local communities educational literature were distributed by hosting more educational symposia. free of charge to health professionals in hospitals and clinics across the United pals highlights in 2008-09: States. • Nearly 9,000 individuals and families contacted the PALS program for pancreatic cancer education, resources, information and support. Since the inception of the program in 2002, nearly 40,000 patients and their families have contacted PALS. • PALS Associates maintained impressive quality assurance ratings regarding the services they delivered, the helpfulness of materials provided and the timeliness of the receipt of materials, with an average quality assurance score of 98 percent. • The PALS library of educational literature was expanded with the addition of new “when i was a one-year survivor in 2005, fact sheets and updated content. Six i felt i needed to go to the los angeles booklets are now available in the PALS symposium to see how this marvelous library: An Overview of Pancreatic Cancer, organization worked, how to get more involved, and to see others with this Diet and Nutrition: Nutritional Concerns disease smiling and living life in spite of with Pancreatic Cancer, Clinical Trials: it. i found all that and more.” Participating in a Pancreatic Cancer Study, — Ralph Cheney Hospice: End-of-Life Care in Pancreatic 5-year survivor, volunteer and advocate pancreatic cancer action network annual report 2008–2009 13 • The Pancreatic Cancer Symposia series offered six symposia in various cities across the United States: Minneapolis, Los Angeles, Phoenix, Atlanta, Philadelphia and Seattle. PALS, in conjunction with local volunteers, also provided an educational lecture in Pittsburgh. Between these seven educational events, PALS hosted more than 1,000 attendees. • PALS provided approximately 2,000 peer-to-peer matches through the Survivor and Caregiver Network. These connections are made by PALS Associates between people facing pancreatic cancer and volunteers who share their personal experiences and offer support, encouragement and hope. • PALS staff attended the following professional conferences for outreach to health professionals and for continuing education: the Cancer Health Disparities Summit, the Gastrointestinal Cancers Symposium, the American Public Health Association (APHA), the American Psychosocial Oncology Society (APOS), the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR), the Association of Oncology Social Work (AOSW), the Oncology Nursing Society (ONS), the Pancreas Club, and the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO). Survivor Photos (counter-clockwise, from top left) Minneapolis, photographed on September 12, 2008; Seattle, photographed on May 1, 2009; Phoenix, photographed on December 5, 2008; Atlanta, photographed on March 14, 2009; Philadelphia, photographed on April 4, 2009; and Los Angeles, photographed on November 14, 2008. 14 pancreatic cancer action network advance research. support patients. create hope. pancreatic cancer action network annual report 2008–2009 15 community outreach The Pancreatic Cancer Action Network is powered by active affiliates in more than 70 cities across the nation. Our affiliates comprise hundreds of dedicated and passionate volunteers who help us to fulfill our important mission. Affiliate volunteers work as teams to raise funds and awareness by hosting local events, by educating the public through health fairs, and by providing valuable information about the disease to hospitals, clinics and medical professionals. They also help us to further our goals by engaging their local media, and by alerting their elected officials about the urgent need for scientific progress in the area of pancreatic cancer research. Thanks to their focus and dedication, in 2008-09, our volunteers were extremely successful in raising much-needed awareness and funds and educating their communities about pancreatic cancer. Above left: Supporters gather for the start of the PurpleStride Chicago 2009 in Lincoln Park on May 2. Right: A runner on the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network team at the ING Miami Marathon/Half Marathon held on January 25, 2009, crosses the finish line. 16 pancreatic cancer action network advance research. support patients. create hope. CommuNITy ouTREACH HIGHLIGHTS IN 2008-09: • A total of 396 volunteer-driven events were held in many communities across the country, significantly advancing our fundraising efforts and raising awareness about the disease. • A total of 11,914 advocates sent 29,814 e-mail messages to 538 members of Congress, representing a 130 percent increase in the number of participating advocates. • The organization distributed more than 1,000 informational packets to volunteers to deliver to healthcare professionals around the country about our PALS program. • The Pancreatic Cancer Action Network registered 819 media hits with a reach in excess of 95 million due to the efforts of our volunteers. “i chose to become involved with the pancreatic cancer action network because i believed in the programs and the mission. i wanted to make a difference with my time, my efforts and my voice — not just by making donations.” — Greg Petrosewicz Austin Affiliate Coordinator pancreatic cancer action network annual report 2008–2009 17 donor & corporate relations The generous donations of hundreds of committed individuals, foundations and corporations support our comprehensive approach to fighting pancreatic cancer. This critical support allows us to expand the essential services we provide, fund innovative research and advance the best scientific investigations. “Losing our mother (Ruth Fredman Cernea) to pancreatic cancer was devastating to our whole family. It is absurd that a disease that is one of the most lethal of all cancers is the most underfunded. when we heard of the pancreatic Cancer Action Network’s commitment to fund research to find early detection methods, more effective treatments and ultimately a cure, we knew that is where we wanted to invest our dollars to pay loving tribute to her.” - Andrew and Kerin (McCarthy) Fredman and family Above left: In loving memory of Ruth Fredman Cernea Right: Andrew and Kerin (McCarthy) Fredman and family, funders of the 2009 Ruth Fredman Cernea Pancreatic Cancer Action Network AACR Fellowship 18 pancreatic cancer action network advance research. support patients. create hope. national corporate champion program The Pancreatic Cancer Action Network has launched a Corporate Champion Program designed to identify, establish and cultivate meaningful, long-term corporate relationships to raise awareness and funds through national cause-related marketing campaigns and sponsorship agreements. We wish to acknowledge these generous companies and their customers for helping to support our lifesaving mission. TEmpuR-pEDIC® Our Corporate Champion Program reached its first major milestone with the signing of a national cause-marketing agreement with Tempur-Pedic, one of the most recognized brands for innovative sleep systems in the bedding industry. Tempur-Pedic had previously supported our cause as a corporate sponsor of the annual Seena Magowitz Celebrity Golf Classic. In an effort to expand and deepen their commitment to our mission, Tempur-Pedic will launch a national awareness and fundraising campaign in the fall of 2009 by offering a special edition of its popular My Tempur-Pedic Teddy Bear® for sale on their website and at retailers across the country. The special-edition teddy bear will be co-branded with the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network logo in an effort to generate awareness of our organization. Tempur-Pedic will donate all net proceeds from the sales of the plush toys to our organization to support the fight against pancreatic cancer. pAuL mITCHELL THE SCHooL During the past six years, individuals with the Paul Mitchell Schools have generously donated their time and talents for philanthropy, raising nearly $3.4 million to support many charitable causes. The school’s Future Professionals and staff members have held a variety of hands-on events, including cut-a-thons, fashion shows, bake sales, “Casual for a Cause” days and other grassroots initiatives to fundraise. In commemoration of the 20-year anniversary in 2009 of Paul Mitchell’s passing from pancreatic cancer, the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network was one of seven charities that benefited from the schools’ annual “Magic of Memories” campaign, an effort that raised nearly $1 million this year alone. pancreatic cancer action network annual report 2008–2009 19 Cumulative Lifetime Giving Gordon W. Williams Amanda Seyfried Mr. and Mrs. Jordan Tabach-Bank $750,000+ $25,000-$49,999 Tenet Healthcare Foundation Eli Lilly and Company Amgen The Brees Dream Foundation Genentech/OSI Oncology Mr. and Mrs. Chris Anderson The Gersten Family $500,000-$749,999 Nanci Caldwell The Jeanenne Thompson Foundation, Inc. Blum-Kovler Foundation Edward J. DeBartolo, Jr. The Justice Family Trust Viragh Family Foundation Eli Lilly and Company The Karsh Family Foundation Enterasys Secure Networks The Kenan Family Foundation $250,000-$499,999 Leibowitz Family Foundation The Richard B. Hall Pancreatic Cancer Bristol-Myers Squibb Company Melanie and Richard Lundquist/ Fund Michael Sweig Foundation Continental Development UMB Bankcard Cynthia Stroum Corporation Virginia Mason Medical Center SuperGen Estate Of Cynda Overton Mast Wildwood Green Golf Club The Seena Magowitz Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Douglas R. McKinney Z Gallerie (The Zeiden Family) OSI Pharmaceuticals $5,000-$9,999 Bradley Tabach-Bank 1440 KVON and 99.3 The Vine $100,000-$249,999 The Andrew Gomez Dream Foundation ABC News Digital Angus Mitchell Foundation Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer & Feld, LLP Braman Family Foundation $10,000-$24,999 Allina Health Systems Estate of Sharon Schwartz Abbott Laboratories Fund American Association for Cancer Jason Kuhn Abraxis Bioscience, LLC Research Laurie and Paul MacCaskill Mrs. Laura G. Batterman-Wilkins and Mr. and Mrs. Brandon Andries Michael & Cindy Landon Foundation, Inc. family Anne and Mead Montgomery Family Michael C. Sandler and Brenda R. Brannin Charitable Foundation Trust Foundation Potter 1998 Trust Crown Castle USA, Inc. Aquila Productions/Carlson Marketing Patty Boshell Pancreatic Cancer Daniel Kleiman Fund Bank of America Foundation Dick Blick Holdings, Inc. Baumeister-Reichard Trust Roche Laboratories, Inc. Disney Worldwide Services, Inc. Bayer Healthcare, LLC Sanofi Aventis, Inc. Teresa and Brian Doremus Bebe Foundation Star Magazine Dr. Laurence A. Mack Memorial Fund Janie Becker Terry & Jane Semel Charitable FPA Gym Account Big Steve Foundation Foundation Michael P. Gau Blue Ridge Orthopaedics Association, P.A. The Carole & Robert Daly Charitable Goldman, Sachs and Co. Bobbye and Jerry Sloan Hand-In-Hand Foundation Gregory David Fisher Trust Foundation, Inc. The Riordan Foundation Hale Thornhill Foundation Boys & Girls Clubs of Northeast Florida Constance Ann Williams Jill Hammerstone Brookshire Green Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Justice Mr. and Mrs. Matt and Stacie Brown Donations received from Zorina R. Kroop Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth M. Burbach july 1, 2008 to june 30, 2009 Litman/Gregory Asset Management, Joseph Burstein $200,000-$249,999 LLC Caplan Family Fund Genentech, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Magowitz Catholic Social Services-Archdiocese The Seena Magowitz Foundation, Inc. Peter Morgan of Philadelphia Viragh Family Foundation Her Highness, Sheikha Mozah bint Circle of Hope Bracelets Nasser Al-Missned Mr. and Mrs. Tim Concannon $100,000-$199,999 Munger, Tolles & Olson Foundation Cosentino Charity Foundation Angus Mitchell Foundation Pfizer, Inc. Mike Courtney Constance Ann Williams Revocable Brenda R. Potter Deerwood Bank Trust Mr. and Ms. Walle Ralkowski Richard DePosit Rensselaer Honda Derrick Ward Memorial Car Show Staff $50,000-$99,999 Rod Rogers Foundation for Charities Detroit Lions Charities Andrew and Kerin (McCarthy) Fredman Fund DeWitt Ross & Stevens and family Emily and Clara Ross Digestive Care, Inc. Cynthia Stroum Sanford C. Berstein & Co., LLC Mr. and Mrs. Steve Donahue 20 pancreatic cancer action network advance research. support patients. create hope. Donald W. and Susan E. Lewis Fund Charitable Foundation Nancy Boone-Hill, RN, OCN Dorskind Family Foundation, Inc. Ross Construction, Inc. Stacie and Matt Brown Dow Family Trust Dr. Jeffrey A. Ross Robert Buchsbaum William C. Dow Bruce W. Ruminski Carol J. Burns Mr. and Ms. Alvin L. Eerkes Domenic R. Ruscio Central Valley High School Mr. and Mrs. Tim M. Ennis Kenneth Rybicki Linda J. Chicca EVS Memorial Golf Outing Saint James United Methodist Church Timothy L. Christen Film 101 Productions Jerrold Salmanson CME Group First Federal Bank Saw Island Foundation, Inc. Brendan M. Cody Daryl Geiger Matthew Sheerin Cody's Original Roadhouse Mr. and Mrs. James Giuntini Shepard Family Foundation Compuware Keith Goggin Gerald E. Sloan Cornerstone Advisors, Inc. Kevin J. Golden Orin C. Smith Virginia M. Dameron Denise Hatton Teresa's Foundation for Pancreatic Deloitte & Touche Herman Family Joint Venture Cancer Deloitte Services, LP Carol Jan Hopkins The Ahmanson Foundation Donald Derossi Harry Howle The Florence MacFarlane Martin Darlene Derwinski Icahn Charitable Foundation Memorial Foundation Dessault Systems Simulia Corp. ImClone Systems, Inc. The George L. Shields Foundation, Inc. Donald Gruenberg Jewelry Jack and Bessie Fiterman Foundation The Jaclyn & Sydney Rosenberg Glenn Draper Knight Capital Group, Inc. Foundation Enterprise Rent-A-Car Company, Lamar Advertising of Scranton The Jim Haugen Memorial Foundation Group 7799 Larry H. Carter Foundation L.C., LLC The Mulhollem Cravens Foundation Joan Enticknap Maggies Enterprises, Inc. The Oberheide Family Foundation Lynn Fastuca John McInerney The Reichert Foundation Federated Insurance Merrill Lynch The Susanne and Gary Tobey Family Thomas E. Ferguson Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith, Inc. Foundation Flowerpetal.com Michael and Nancy Sitrick Family Joseph A. Tomasits Daniel E. Fogelman Charitable Foundation Mark C. Trinka Forest Lake Contracting, Inc. Microsoft Matching Gifts and Giving Mr. and Mrs. Merlyn W. Tripp Frances Klein Classic Jewelers Campaign Daniel G. Turner Michael Franco Midwest Sign & Screen Printing Supply UBS Realty Investors, LLC Friends That Care Co., Inc. Virchow, Krause & Company, LLP Marsha S. Garil Milken Family Foundation Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. Michael Gemza Moneta Group Z Gallerie Mr. and Dr. Donavan Glanzer Napa Bed and Breakfast Inns ZAZZ Writing, Inc. Marc Glazer National Advisors Trust Mary Hansen National Basketball Association $2,500-$4,999 Harper Collins Publishers Carol Noll 5 Event Center Ruth Herman Nordstrom Pamela Acosta Marquardt and Robert Impact Sports & Fitness Northwood Merchants Group, Inc. Marquardt Jack in the Box Northwood University AdSource Outdoor Advertising Erin Johnson Orange Apartment Investors, LLC American Family Mutual Insurance Gary Katcher Mr. and Mrs. Carl Paetzold Company Mr. and Mrs. Steven Keefer Ellen Pansky American Osteopathic Association Bess Kendall Joan Pintkowski Anheuser-Busch Cos., Inc. Randy Kennison Platinum Equity, LLC Jane M. Anthony Margaret Keyes Plotkin Family Foundation Aon Foundation Calvin Knight Poniard Pharmaceuticals Archetype Media, Inc. Peter Lambert PUMP Susan R. Bennett Mr. and Mrs. Paul Landaiche Thomas Pyden Bereny Family Foundation Lazard Freres & Co., LLC Robbins Family Fund Howard Bernstein and Bunny Wasser Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Lepping Robins, Kaplan, Miller & Ciresi, LLP Christie A. Bienema Levitan Family Foundation pancreatic cancer action network annual report 2008–2009 21 Bonnie Libby Elaine and Larry Senten American Transmission Company, LLC Advait Limaye Nancy Shane Duchess Vickie Anastasis Carl H. Lindner Shin Enterprises, LLC Allison A. Anderson Joan Mabbutt Mr. and Mrs. Ted D. Sielski Kim Anderson Laurie and Paul L. MacCaskill Ellyn Silverman Laura Anderson Manhattan Beach Chamber of Ron Skoronski Mr. and Mrs. Brandon Andries Commerce Mr. and Mrs. Randy Smith Mr. and Mrs. Mark Androw Mayo Foundation for Medical Education Mrs. Natalie Spalj Angelo Foundation and Research Sprint Foundation Appliance Service Center Jennifer Meaney St. Joseph Medical Center Mr. and Mrs. Daniel E. Arends Justine & Joseph M. Medeiros St. Paul Plumbing & Heating Co. Rosemary E. Armstrong and Morris Antoine Mekni St. Supery Vineyards and Winery Weinberg, Jr. Tim Messer Stanley M. Stein David Arndt Howard Metzenberg The Club Pelican Bay ARRIS Group, Inc. Michael & Cindy Landon Foundation, Inc. The McGraw-Hill Companies Caryl L. Atkinson Alysa Miller The Newell Foundation Atlantic Health Cancer Center Terry Mix The Private Bank Of California Melanie Avner Molly Maguires Irish Pub The Reif Family Fund of the Jewish Jeremie Bacon Money Pages Community Foundation Baird Foundation, Inc. David L. Morris The Sheffer Corporation Ralph P. Baker and Margaret Geisst James Morrison The Trilogy Group, LLC Martin Bank Robert Morrison Lana Thompson Bank of America Foundation Motorola Foundation Yanira Torrez Barbara White Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Peter Mullin Translational Genomics Research Richard Bareford Mr. and Mrs. Harry Myers Institute Bruce E. Barr Nancy M. Daly Foundation Triad Financial Services, Inc. Battery Place Green, LLC Ann Natyzak Troll Enterprises, Inc. Chris Beatty Neil Finn Sports Management, Inc. Tudor Pickering Holt and Company Susan M. Beecher Alice Nelson Dr. and Mrs. Martin Tullus Peter Behrendt Cynthia Nevins David Turetsky and Martin Bank Gerald R. Benjamin NextRx US Bank National Association Marlys A. Bennett Mr. and Mrs. Dennis H. Noesen Joanna Ward Joyce Berens Jorge R. Nufio Rox M. Watercott Mr. and Mrs. Ian Berg Sandra Okinow Weber Shandwick Maris Berg Family of David Owen Weingart Foundation Rachel Berg Anne Parker Werner Foundation The Bernadett Family Fund Brian Parrish William Beaumont Hospital Alan Bernstein Mr. and Mrs. Krupal Patel Williams Lea Berry Family Fund Linda Pendergrass Nicole Wood Kathleen Berry PepsiCo, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Stacy Yedlin Richard Bertain Stephanie and Walter Pisarski Mr. and Mrs. Benny J. Birkeland Premier, Inc. $1,000-$2,499 Nicola Blaha Rio Tinto Alcan, Inc. Mary Aaland, MD Dick Bland RM Crowe Property Holdings Co. Tana Aardal Nelson Blitz, Jr. Robert L. Dameron Memorial Fund Adams Fund Chancellor Gene Block Robert T. Smutzer Memorial Fund Michael B. Ajouz Melvyn H. Blum Rocky Hill Middle School Alcan Packaging Canada Limited Mr. and Mrs. Calvin and Marla Boender Joe Rogers Alcan Packaging -Tube France Stephanie Boesch Marcelle and Andrew Rosen Alco Industries, Inc. Daniel Boggs Mr. and Mrs. Michael Sarafolean Mr. and Mrs. Curtis D. Allmon Loraine Boland Tsavaris Silke Schmiedel Pamela L. Ambler Venkateshwar Bommakanti Metta W. Schneider American College Of Sports Medicine Bob Bond Peggy Sears American Metal Market Diane A. Borrison 22 pancreatic cancer action network advance research. support patients. create hope. Heather Boruske Colorado Gastroenterology Prof., LLC Michael J. Eckhardt Bryan L Bossier, Sr. Commercial Warehouse & Cartage, Inc. EduQuest, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Boyce Connex Mr. and Ms. Alvin L. Eerkes Ms. Susan E. Boyd Consumer Music Gail & Shmuel El-Ad BP Fabric of America Fund Anthony Contini Michelle Eldridge Marlis Branaka Control Associates, Inc. Mary Ellen Elias Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan M. Brandler Craig Conway and Tina Graor Ella T. Grasso Lodge # 2538, Order of Brittany Rodio Foundation Kelly J. Cooper Sons of Italy Chris Brockman Courtney Corleto Empire Merchants North, LLC Mr. and Mrs. Murray Bromberg Ryan Cornelius EnCana Cares Foundation Alex H. Brost Mr. and Mrs. Stuart S. Correa Endo Pharmaceuticals Brown Brothers Harriman Robert B. Cory Morton R. Engelberg Mr. and Mrs. Richard Brown Costco Wholesale Verva A. Enoch Richard W. Brown Kristina Cournoyer Enterasys Networks Germany GmbH Mr. and Mrs. David Burge James Courtney, MD Entwistle & Cappucci, LLP Mr. Jeffrey Buzen Nancy Cox EPAM Systems, Inc. C.M.U. Entrepreneurial Alumni CPR Worldwide Mary Ephardt Association Diane Cristina Ms. Marjorie Erickson-Schmid Susan Caldwell Eddie and Susan Crowell Ms. Nancy J. Eschedor Sara Campbell Gary Cumpston Eskenazi Family Philanthropic Fund Mr. and Mrs. William V. Campbell Ken W. Cunzeman, Sr. Evergreen Orthopedic Clinic Candlewood Suites D.A.M. employees Examination Management Services, Inc. Capital One N.A. John Dakesian Richard Fallon Cards With A Heart S.A. Dallman Mr. and Mrs. William Farrell Carpenter Family Charitable Fund Veronica Daniel FedEx Office, Houston Texas Tully Carquest Charitable Foundation Mark Darlow Donna Feig CarVal Investors Joshua Davis Shana F. Figures Catered Affairs, Inc. Mary E. Davis AnnMarie Filiere CEBOS Ltd. DEA Survivors Benefit Fund Steven Finerty Charmed by Claire Debbie Delisle Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Fink Mr. and Mrs. Russell Cherry Mr. and Mrs. Alan F. Denenberg Jenny J. Finkbiner Chevron Products Company (A Division Steven Denison & Betty Childers Brooks W. Fisher of Chevron) Dennis and Dale Weiss Trust Gerrit D. Fitch Ken Chmelko Denver Foundation Carolyn Fiterman The Choate Family Christopher and Heather Derganc Tony Fitzpatrick Chords For A Cure Diane T. DeSanti Julie Fleshman Scott W. Christopher Mr. and Mrs. Donald DeSanti Jeff Fletcher Maja Christiansen and Tracey Lyn Dickerson Ruben Flores Jarzombek Robin and Timothy Dickhaus Florida Mom Magazine Christus St. Patrick's Hospital Dennis Disken Steve Fontner Chubb & Son Federal Insurance Grace U. Dittmar James Foy Company Jolene K. Dohrer Freelance Civil Services Ms. Alison Ciaccio Deanna Dominguez Katie Freeze Cinderella Scholarship Program Scott Donaldson Patricia Freigo Janice Cleland Brian Dorchak Sheri A. French Clemson Sports Medicine and Dorothy & William Davila Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Friedman Rehabilitation Mr. and Mrs. George W. Doucette Friends of the Fox Cleveland Browns Football Company LLC Bridgett R. Dukoff Arthur Frischman Coast to Coast Business Equipment, Inc. Theresa A. Dukovich Richard Frohmader Coca-Cola Ruth E. Dunkle Elise Furer Julia P. Colby Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth E. Dunn Dayna L. Gaboya A. J. Cole Alan Dworkin Charles Galat Collections Fine Jewelry East Orlando Chamber of Commerce Katherine Gallagher pancreatic cancer action network annual report 2008–2009 23 Garber Corporation Fine Arts & Susan and Roy Hendin Jax4kids.com Accessories Norman Hendrie Leslie Jenkin Charmain Gardner Nancy Hensel Jewell P. Morris Family Philanthropic Fund John Gaston, Jr. Kimberly S. Herlitzka Jim Moran & Associates, Inc. Paul Gedeon Melissa Hernandez John Ritzenthaler Company Nancy Gehron Debbie Herrero John Wayne Cancer Institute Geisinger Health System Sue Herrick Mr. and Mrs. David P. Johnson Gene and Marlene Epstein Humanitarian Rhoda K. Herrold Dennis Johnson Fund Lianne Herzberg Wayne Johnson General Beverage Sales Co. Betty J. Hewitt Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd D. Johnston General Electric Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Heyman Jonesboro Elks Lodge #498 General Manufacturing Company HH MedStar Health, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis H. Jordan GenVec, Inc. Michael Hicks Robert E. Jordan Georgetown University Hospital Kenneth P. Hinckley Jeremy M. Joyce Michael B. Geraty Russell A. Hissom Judi Livernois Barry Gersten Dr. Nancy Hitomi Dorisann Kalescky Gibbs Family Jonathan Hoffman Jeff C. Kan Stephen Giove Timothy Hogan Erin Kane Amy Gironda Mr. and Mrs. J. Mark Holcomb Angelo Kanellos Mr. and Mrs. Dave Goff Mary C. Holcomb Ms. Barbara J. Karlen Cheryl Golden Dan Holland Karmanos Cancer Institute Golden Rent Stevan R. Holmberg Mr. and Mrs. Robert Karpman Good Space, Inc. David Holmes Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kassan Timothy R. Goodell Jane Holmes Heather Katt Goodson Honda Hooker Furniture Corporation Mr. and Mrs. Mitchel Katz Mr. and Mrs. Eric Gray Kristin W. Hope Ronald Kaufman Betty Gregory Dr. Noah S. Horowitz Charles J. Kelchner James Gregory Sharon Hoskins Donald Keller Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Grossman Mr. and Ms. Bennie E. Houghton Kathleen M. Kelly Richard G. Grotch Muriel Howells Ryan T. Kenny Guardian Fall Protection George Huettel Samira Kesaris Mr. and Mrs. Frederick E. Guest Kathy A. Hughes Kessler & Kessler, A Law Corporation Brad Gunn Bob Hunsberger John Kirby Thomas Gunning Huntington National Bank Brett Kizner and Dana Rapoport Kristal N. Gutmann Maryanne and Gary Hutchison Robert Klug Josh Haar William S. Hutchison Mr. and Mrs. Brian J. Knudson Ann Haberthier I Do Foundation Jeanne M. Koehler Jean S. Hale Idexx Laboratories, Inc. Wei Koh Patience M. Hall Donna Ikeda Douglas S. Komen Denis Halmi Marcia H. Imken Dennis Korn Venetia S. Halusek Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission Saro Koumashian Jon Halvorsen Innovative Rx, Inc. Suzanne Kouveliotes Barbara Harder Interim Health Care Michael Gregory Kowalski Hardiman Builders, Inc. International & Domestic Marketing, Inc. KPG Solutions, Inc. Carolyn Harhigh Mr. and Mrs. Vito Ippolito Roy and Carol Kraft James Harris Island Weed Control, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. James C. Krause Hartshorne Plunkard, Architecture J.M. Huber Corporation Laura Krenz Michele Hassen Jack Haley Memorial Fund Family of Evelyn Kretzer Gordon Hawthorne Lowell Jacobsen Kroger Robert Heck Mr. and Mrs. Ross A. Jaffe Kroger/Division of Ralphs Grocery David B. Heidenreich Tammy L. Jajola Company Dr. Michael S. Heimlich Mr. and Mrs. Dale A. Jarrett Karen Kuhn Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hendin Steven Jarzombek Eric Kwang 24 pancreatic cancer action network advance research. support patients. create hope. Kwicinski Family Trust Mathew Photographic Services Dale A. Nenadal Ladies of the Elks & Associates Mayer Brown, LLP New Orleans Portable Storage, LLC Lynette Lake Mr. and Mrs. Patrick McCallister Nancy Nicholas LaNatSa Consulting, Inc. Ann McCarthy-Riley David Nichols Laube Technology Robert McCormick Craig and Amy Nickoloff L'auberge du Lac Boyd McDonald Rama I. Nilson Ann M. Layden Robert McEwan Molly Nordstrom LC Creations, LLC MCF Associates Northbay Nissan Erin Leary Patricia L. McFarland Northwestern University Medical Ledcor Construction Inc. Amy McFarlane School Jay Lee Bill McGarr Nu Image, Inc. Dr. Kewchang Lee Lynne McGraw Karen Nusbaum Miyoung Lee Colin McGuire Mr. and Mrs. William R. Oberheide S. R. Lee Mr. and Mrs. Leo McKigney Oconee Memorial Hospital Mary Ester Lee-Machiz Red McLaughlin Maureen O'Donnell Karen Leier Edward J. McNamara Matthew J. O'Haren Wendy Leigh Andre C. Meade Ohio State Eagles Charity Fund Simon S. Leo Dorothy Medeiros Ohio State University Alan J. Leszczynski Anne Meixner Ohio State University Medical Center Karen LeVasseur Joan Meixner Oien Securities, Inc. Joan Levin Melin Foundation Inc. Karen Olcott Allyson Levis Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner and Smith, Inc. Astrid K. Olfenbuttel Judith E. Levy Metastorm, Inc. David Olson Life Styles Family Hair Care Michael Loeb Memorial Fund Ronald L. Olson Su-Hwei Lin Jack M. Miciak Thomas O'Neill Linsley Process Systems Corp. Midnight Spaghetti Productions Troy Osetek Lions Club of Warwick, Inc. MIHM Rentals & Sales Co., Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Pachosa Carrington M. Lloyd Emil Milano Pacific Produce, Inc. Jaclyn Lombardo Mr. and Mrs. Lance Milken Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Painter Henri Lorberbaum Millennium Shore Asset Holdco, LLC Jodi Parach Lorin Boswell Foundation Edward Miller Jay Parks Kenneth and Wendy Lormand Mr. and Mrs. Scott M. Miller Susan Pashkow Harriet C. Lubahn Joseph M. Miresse Mr. and Mrs. James J. Paugh, III Adell B. Luke Mitsubishi Electric Power Products, Inc. Peninsula Center Pet Hospital, Inc. Rainer Lukoschek Dr. Carlos Mohamed Pennoni Associates, Inc. Roberta and Victor Luna Donna Mohan Doniel Perl Lycée Français de New York Mr. and Mrs. Lars R. Monroe Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Peters Matthew Lynch Irma Moreno Jeffrey V. Peterson Harriet Macmillan Aaron Morrill Ms. Linda Petit Judy C. Mageno Amy Morrison Petrillo Stone Corp. Virginia Magnuson Mortar Board, Central Michigan Tom Petty Steven Mahannah University David A. Phifer Yoshiyuki Majima MPS Group Physicians Plus Insurance Corp. Mr. and Mrs. Arthuros Mangriotis Ellen Mulholland/Stewart George Piccirilli Lorna Manifold Sarah Z. Munday Vincent Picozzi, MD Robert Manlowe John Murphy Plainfield Asset Management LLC Mann Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin C. Murr Lisa Platt Raj Mantena Mr. and Mrs. David C. Myers David Plinovich Mrs. And Dr. Rick Mars Mr. and Mrs. Harry Myers Plucked String Foundation Nancy Marshutz Terri Nabozny Susan Plutsky Mr. and Mrs. Christian Martinez Mr. and Mrs. Bruce M. Nash Jason Pomeranc David J. Martinson Mark Nauman Poms & Associates Insurance Brokers, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Brandon Marz Monica Nelson Brian Pong pancreatic cancer action network annual report 2008–2009 25 Steve Powers Joseph F. Roslansky Richard Sippel Glen A. Pray Jeffrey Ross and Sally Sanders Domenick Sisto Precise Medical Billing Service , Inc. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Ross Mary Lou Skesavage Daniel Primm Mary A. Ross Mr. and Mrs. James S. Skesavage, Jr. William Primm Jack Roth Michael M. Skram Joyce A. Pritchard Kenneth Rothlisberger SME, Inc. USA J. P. Pritchett and J. A. Pritchett Abraham S. Rubin Richard Smith Prudential Malibu Realty Charitable Dr. and Mrs. Richard Rubino Ethel M. Snyder Foundation Allan M. Rudnick Melanie Snyder and family Frank Puglessi Eugene R. Ruet and Family Sokol & Company Mr. and Mrs. James M. Pusley Kathy and Trip Rumberger Melissa Sosnoski Mr. and Mrs. James D. Pyden Joy E. Runyon Southwest Graduate School of Banking Tom Pyden David Rutter Class of 49 Helene Pyne Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rynbrandt Sparta Asset Management David B. Quinty S&H Medical Management Services, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Mark T. Spears R.G.V. Adult & Internal Medicine S & T Wealth Management group Jaclyn Speece Specialists, P.A. Safeco Insurance John W. Spiegel Jeff Rabatin Sandra Sallee Gunars Spons Dale Radford Dale Salmanson R. and B. Springfield Radiolody Associates David E. Salmanson Susan Srite Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Rameau Sam's Club Foundation St. John's Lutheran Church Joseph Rauser Allen Sanders St. Mary Catholic Central High School Wanda Rayle Yates Sanders St. Louis Cardinals, LLC Rebecca Halpern Charitable Gift Fund Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sandler Star of the Sea Regional School Redpath Integrated Pathology, Inc. Miriam Schaeffer Rick M. Star Mr. and Mrs. John D. Reedy Nancy Schaenen Judith Stein, Esq. Leland Reicher Barney Schauble Philip M. Stein John H. Reichwein, Jr. Cleah G. Schlueter Stanley M. Stein Mr. and Mrs. Rich Reinis Peter Schmitz and MaryKay Richter Steiner Sports Memorabilia Ralph Reis David Schor Chris Stendal Reish, Luftman, Reicher, & Cohen Pamela Schwarz Stephen and Susan Montgomery Zeno C. Reithmeyer, Jr. Seattle Mariners Charitable Fund Joseph Rensin Sedgwick, Detert, Morgan & Arnold, LLP Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Sterken Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey P. Resnik Alex Seldin Lawrence Sternkopf Respironics, Inc. Dr. Jeffrey Seltz Laurel Stevens Retail Service Associates Edward Semerjibashian Mike Stevens Richard and Ellen Sandler Family Dr. John Seng Lara Stone Foundation David A. Senn Mr. and Mrs. Gary Strand Brian Richards Lisa L. Shafer Donna Strickland Mr. and Mrs. John W. Richmond Deborah Shaffer Allen G. Strouckel and family Susan Ridgley and family Marie Shaffer Mr. and Mrs. Rob Stuart Brenda Robinson Roberta J. Shaffer Success Magazine, Ltd. Roche Laboratories, Inc. William Shanley Judith Sudbury Roger Field Memorial Brenda R. Shapiro Chaniya Suebsanguan Roll Giving Gavin Sharpe Dennis Sullivan J.M. and InaSue Romick Sheet Metal Workers International Rod Summers Ronald C. Wornick Jewish Day School Assoc., Local 17 Heather Sumner Mr. and Mrs. Jerod Rone Ted and Mary Jo Shen Sunshine Land Design, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Root David Short Paul Sussex Rosehill Gardens, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Shubeck Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tabarrini Rosenberg Family Foundation J. Richard Simon Mr. and Mrs. James D. Takas Mr. and Mrs. Steve J. Rosenlund Betty J. Singer Mark S. Talamonti, MD Rosenthal Furniture Ralph D. Sinsheimer and Amy G. Peck Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Taranto 26 pancreatic cancer action network advance research. support patients. create hope. Patti Taruscio United Steelworkers (USW) Dr. Larry A. Williams Barbara Taylor-Hatje University of Wisconsin Hospitals and Michelle D. Williams James L. Teesdale Clinics Authority Wilmington Cape Fear Rotary Margaret Tempero, MD USGA Mr. and Mrs. R. Todd Wilson Jonathan R. Temple Utica Community Schools Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wittig Anne-Marie Templin Brian Valentine Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Wolf Tennenbaum Capital Partners, LLC Steven L. Valuch Gavin Wolfe Texas Medical Liability Trust Mr. and Mrs. Harold B. Vaughn Russell Wolff Texas Oncology, P.A. George Veile Kathryn and Seth Womble Nancy C. and Nick Textor Joseph P. Vermeren Mr. and Mrs. David Woo The Bennett L. Wolf Family Fund Mike Viator Bill Wulfing The Bernadett Family Fund Anne Vincent Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wurtzel The Capital Group Companies Edward "Ted" Vincent Monique A. Wyatt The Cindy & Brian Daly Charitable Fay Vincent, Jr. K. James Yager Foundation Virchow, Krause and Company, LLP Mr. and Mrs. Frank V. Yannessa The Clothes Less Traveled Thrift Shop, Inc. Virginia and Francis S. Maas Fund Susan M. Yannessa The Harry & Barbara Goldman Vista Del Mar Child & Family Services Larry Yarbrough Foundation Sonya Vitali Julie A. Yarsinsky The Huisking Foundation, Inc. Vitamin Water/Glaceau Dr. Helen H. Yen The JennJoe Fund Vitte's Unfinished Furniture Karin L. Young The Katz Family Foundation Gregory C. Voetsch Peter Ziebelman The Luzerne Foundation George S. Volk Leonard Zeid The Marketing Directors-NY Daniel Vollhaber Ziffren Brittenham, LLP The MCJ Amelior Foundation W & M Fund Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Zipp The Newell Foundation William Wachter Zissu Family Foundation The Ohio State University Medical Mr. and Mrs. Peter B. Wade Mr. and Mrs. Marshall S. Zolla Center Walker Interiors John Zubrin The Outer Limit Studios Wallace Lincoln Mercury Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Zucker The Radar Foundation Walnut Street Properties Mr. and Mrs. Matthew R. Zuehlsdorff The Robert and Marion Schamann J. Chris Walsh The Zutter Family Brozowski Foundation Mike Wampold The Shane Foundation Warner Family Trust The Weinberg Cancer Institute at Warren George, Inc. Franklin Square Henry Warshaw The Williams Capital Group, L.P. Laura Wasser and David Weber Melinda Thompson Patrick R. Waterhouse Mr. and Mrs. W. Norman Thompson Vicki Watson Threshold Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Greg Weaver Michael J. Timmermann Mr. and Mrs. Maynard G. Webb Timothy R. and Ann Marie Painter Fund Richard Weintraub Mr. and Mrs. David Tintera Mr. and Mrs. Ken Weiss John D. Tirone Leon Weiss Morton Topfer Mrs. Dave M. Wells Maurice Toueg Wells Fargo Foothill Trattoria Aroma Charity Bartend Wells Fargo Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Travisano Wells Fargo Insurance Services Bill Tripp Mr. and Mrs. Mark Wesley Rich Turgeon and Dr. Karen L. Turgeon Nancy White Mr. and Mrs. Ken Turner Warren White Mr. and Mrs. Alan E. Uhlman Whole Foods Market Ulupona Academy - A Paul Mitchell Ms. Lore H. Wiggins Partner School Wilkes-Barre Golf Club United Bancorp, Inc. Keith Williams pancreatic cancer action network annual report 2008–2009 27 statements oF statements oF Financial position activities June 30, 2009 and 2008 Years ended June 30, 2009 and 2008 ASSETS 2009 2008 INComE 2009 2008 Cash $ 498,551 $ 266,912 Contributions $ 4,064,439 $ 3,247,351 Investments 3,908,503 3,141,837 Special events, net* 4,769,269 4,258,144 Pledges receivable 367,117 488,800 Store sales, net 170,737 137,954 Sundry receivables 145,822 77,413 Net investment return (176,994) (58,600) and other Inventory 82,175 46,298 ToTAL INComE 8,827,451 7,584,849 Prepaid expenses 245,344 133,453 ExpENSES Property and equipment, net 360,421 249,584 Program Services Other assets 20,677 18,613 Research advocacy 3,181,019 2,962,542 ToTAL ASSETS $5,628,610 $4,422,910 Patient support 1,828,122 1,907,837 LIAbILITIES AND NET ASSETS Education 1,971,928 1,447,286 Liabilities Total Program Services 6,981,069 6,317,665 Accounts payable $ 416,673 $ 155,571 Supporting Services Accrued expenses 322,625 216,069 General and administrative 234,659 243,287 Grants payable 640,750 536,000 Fundraising 857,279 697,545 Capital lease obligations 10,432 31,584 Total Supporting Services 1,091,938 940,832 Total Liabilities 1,390,480 939,224 ToTAL ExpENSES 8,073,007 7,258,497 Net Assets INCREASE IN NET ASSETS $ 754,444 $ 326,352 Unrestricted 3,737,067 3,067,750 Temporarily restricted 501,063 415,936 Total Net Assets 4,238,130 3,483,686 ToTAL LIAbILITIES * Special events are presented net of direct costs of $1,148,036 AND NET ASSETS $5,628,610 $4,422,910 and $847,052 in 2009 and 2008, respectively. These financial statements were abstracted from Pancreatic Cancer Action Network’s June 30, 2009 and June 30, 2008 financial statements which were audited by Windes & McClaughrey Accountancy Corporation and McGladrey & Pullen, LLP, Certified Public Accountants, respectively. Because the information does not include all the disclosures required by U.S. generally accepted accounting principles, it does not purport to present Pancreatic Cancer Action Network’s financial condition or results of activities. A copy of the audited financial statements will be provided upon request at Pancreatic Cancer Action Network’s office. 28 pancreatic cancer action network advance research. support patients. create hope. income sources 2009 expenses 2009 income 2000-2009 $9,000,000 8.8m $8,000,000 $7,000,000 $6,000,000 $5,000,000 $4,000,000 $3,000,000 $2,000,000 $1,000,000 2000* 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 $0 *Includes the 16-month period from February 15, 1999 to June 20, 2000. pancreatic cancer action network annual report 2008–2009 29 2141 Rosecrans Ave., Ste 7000, El Segundo, CA 90245 877-272-6226 | www.pancan.org 32 pancreatic cancer action network advance research. support patients. create hope.
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