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Volunteer Orientation 2010. Komen Tyler Affiliate. Our Vision. A world without breast cancer. Our Promise. To save lives and end breast cancer forever by empowering people, ensuring quality care for all and energizing science to find the cures. The Susan G. Komen for the Cure ® Story.

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Volunteer orientation 2010

Volunteer Orientation 2010

Komen Tyler Affiliate


Our vision

Our Vision

  • A world without breast cancer.


Our promise

Our Promise

  • To save lives and end breast cancer forever by empowering people, ensuringquality care for all and energizingscience to find the cures.


Volunteer orientation 2010

The Susan G. Komen for the Cure® Story

The Power of a Promise

Founded in 1982 by Nancy G. Brinker to honor the memory of her sister, Susan G. Komen.


Volunteer orientation 2010

Why the Promise is Important

2009 Estimated Breast Cancer Statistics

Women:192,370 will be diagnosed

40,170 will die from breast cancer

Men:1,910 will be diagnosed

440 will die from breast cancer

Total:194,280 will be diagnosed

40,610 will die from breast cancer


Volunteer orientation 2010

One in

Eight

Women

will get breast cancer in her lifetime

7

2

will compete in a triathlon

will sign up for soccer next fall

6

3

will make the honor roll

will pass the bar exam

4

5

will backpack across Europe

will marry their college sweetheart


Volunteer orientation 2010

Core Values IS HOPE:

Inclusion: to embrace the uniqueness of every individual


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Nancy G. Brinker founds Susan G. Komen for the Cure.

54% of American women 40+ receive a mammogram.

Treatment improvements are noticeable – staging systems are developed.

Int’l Women’s Polo Tournament and Lawn Party raises $30,000.

Susan G. Komen dies from breast cancer.

First “Chapter” is established in San Francisco.

Komen awards first research grants.

National Toll-Free Breast Care Helpline, 1.800 I’M AWARE®, is established.

The first Komen Race for the Cure® is held in Dallas, Texas, with 800 participants.

Susan G. Komen, Shirley Temple Black, Betty Ford & Happy Rockefeller are diagnosed with breast cancer.

1930/1950s 1970s 1980s 1982 1983 1989

Timeline


Volunteer orientation 2010

Susan G. Komen for the Cure

Affiliate Network

121 Domestic Affiliates

3 International Affiliates

  • Germany

  • Italy

  • Puerto Rico


Volunteer orientation 2010

Core Values IS HOPE:

Stewardship: to be accountable for our performance, individually and collectively


Volunteer orientation 2010

The Susan G. Komen for the CureAffiliate Network


Volunteer orientation 2010

Affiliate Network


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  • "Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful citizens can change the world. Indeed, it's the only thing that ever has." 

  • Margaret Mead


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Affiliate Service Area

Insert service area map


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Responsive

  • Komen for the Cure Community Health Grants

  • Funder – Not a Provider

  • Cutting Edge

  • Non-duplicative


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National

Partners, Donors

Foundations

Affiliate

Fund Raising

25%

How Mission Programs are Funded

75%

75% Remains in local Community

For Screening, Treatment,

and Education

25% Funds Komen

Award and Research Grant

Program

  • Education

  • Other Initiatives


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Collaborative

  • Diverse awareness and fundraising campaigns

  • Everyone can contribute to the fight against breast cancer


Volunteer orientation 2010

Core Values IS HOPE:

Honesty: to foster a community of trust and integrity

Openness: to seek out new ideas and new ways of thinking


Volunteer orientation 2010

We Thank Our Million Dollar Council Friends for Their Continued Support


Volunteer orientation 2010

Komen Race for the Cure® has more than one million participants.

Komen-funded researcher, Mary Claire-King, M.D., discovers the gene mutation BRCA1, an indicator for inherited forms of breast cancer.

70% of American women 40+ receive a mammogram.

Susan G. Komen for the Cure 20th Anniversary

80% of American women 40+ receive a mammogram

Over 50 Race Committees are incorporated.

Pink Ribbons are distributed at the Komen National Race for the Cure® in D.C.

Volunteers = 75,000 strong

www.komen.org

Source for accurate and reliable breast health information

TV’s Murphy Brown is diagnosed with breast cancer.

1990 1994 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2005

Timeline


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Susan G. Komen for the Cure


Volunteer orientation 2010

Core Values IS HOPE:

Passion: to demonstrate personal commitment to our Promise


Accountability

Expenses

25%

Net Income

Accountability


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Affiliate Timeline

  • Ideas for the Affiliate Timeline slide:

  • When was the Affiliate founded and by whom?

  • Revenue from last year

  • Affiliate Website

  • Date of 1st Race or signature event

  • Participant #s for 1st year:

  • Participant #s from most recent event

{year} {year} {year} {year} {year} {year}


Investing in our community

Investing in our Community

  • Affiliate information starts here

  • Please insert templates for any additional Affiliate information (you can find these templates at the end of the presentation)


Core values is hop e

Core Values IS HOPE:

Empowerment: to entrust others and hold yourself accountable


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Our Vision is a world without breast cancer.Our Promise is to save lives and end breast cancer forever by empoweringpeople, ensuringquality care for all and energizing science to find the cures.


Volunteer orientation 2010

Core Values IS HOPE:

Inclusion: to embrace the uniqueness of every individualStewardship: to be accountable for our performance, individually and collectivelyHonesty: to foster a community of trust and integrityOpenness: to see out new ideas and new ways of thinkingPassion: to demonstrate personal commitment to our PromiseEmpowerment: to entrust others and hold yourself accountable


Volunteer orientation 2010

We ourselves feel that what we are

doing is just a drop in the ocean.

But the ocean would be less

because of that missing drop.

We ourselves feel that what we are

doing is just a drop in the ocean.

But the ocean would be less

because of that missing drop.


Affiliate slides

Affiliate Slides

  • Templates for Affiliates use – you can add your information to the following slides and then add them to the presentation.


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Why the Promise is Important Locally

If available, service area (local) statistics (incidence, mortality etc) from Community Profile


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Investing in our Community

Most recent Community Health Grants and whether they are education, screening or treatment and total dollars granted


Volunteer orientation 2010

Investing in our Community

Education and outreach programs


Volunteer orientation 2010

Investing in our Community

Collaborations (i.e. ACS, Y-Me)


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Affiliate Sponsors

Local partners and sponsors

We thank our local Sponsors

for their generous support


Volunteer orientation 2010

Affiliate Expense Ratio

Affiliate expense ratio


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Volunteer Opportunities

Affiliate website URL

List current volunteer opportunities


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