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Arizona Hands & Voices a nonprofit 501 (c) (3) organization Annual Report January 2010 – December 2010 Our Organization supports: -Guide By Your Side (GBYS)

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1 Arizona Hands & Voices a nonprofit 501 (c) (3) organization Annual Report January 2010 – December 2010 Our Organization supports: -Guide By Your Side (GBYS) -Parent advocacy, education, and support -Parent/Professional collaboration -Organization expansion

2 Board of Directors: Vice President - Shelby Willa Treasurer – Maria Yenerich Secretary - Jeanne Hollabaugh Board Members: Lylis Olsen Molly Romano-Homoki Megan Macpherson Steve McLeod Cheri Basset Address: P.O. Box Phoenix, AZ Phone: Website: azhv.org GBYS: Program Coordinator – Jeanne Hollabaugh Guides: Carrie Gilbraith, Lisa Pettit, Jeanne Hollabaugh, Anita Jones, Shelby Willa, Jill Quillman, Barbara Roth, Diana Wright, Cynthia Elliot Arizona Hands & Voices respectfully submits its Annual Report for This document highlights all the activities that were supported throughout the year. Arizona Hands & Voices is dedicated to support families with children who are deaf or hard of hearing without a bias toward communication methods or methodology. We are a parent driven, nonprofit organization providing families with the resources, networks, and information needed to improve communication access and educational outcomes for their children. We are focused on outreach activities and parent/professional collaboration to enable deaf and hard of hearing children to reach their highest potential.

3 2010 Activities In 2010, Arizona Hands & Voices supported the Guide By Your Side program, which sponsored a guide training event, the annual retreat in Tucson, and the annual holiday party in Flagstaff. There were bi-annual picnics in both Tucson and Phoenix. We sponsored 2 children to attend a deaf/HH summer camp. We sponsored 2 members to attend conferences associated with deaf/HH children. The Hands & Voices publication, The Communicator, is disseminated quarterly. Circulation has reached about 200 recipients in Arizona.

4 Statement of Activities Revenues (estimates) – Grants $24,800 – Contributions$8,257 – Event Registrations $1,160 – Fundraising $922 TOTAL $35,139 Expenses (estimates) – GBYS Program Services $21,315 Program Coordinator Salary $14,200 Guides Salary $2,000 – Outreach Activities $1,241 – Utilities $2,220 – Mailings $2,300 – Conference Attendance $1,250 – Scholarships $400 TOTAL $28,726 Major Contributors – Arizona Community Foundation – State of Arizona, Department of Health – East Valley Sertoma Club – Robert Markley Salon & Spa – Midtown Sertoma Sponsorship Fund – Sertoma Inc. – James Epstein/ Jeanne Hollabaugh – Freeport-McMoran Copper & Gold – William Kohl Ins. Agency Inc. 37 official members THANK YOU!!! We want to thank everyone for their memberships and donations. Without your support, we would be unable to carry out our activities and achieve our goals.


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