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SAVE A LIFE FOUNDATION PRESIDENT AND FOUNDER 9950 WEST LAWRENCE AVENUE, SUITE 300 SCHILLER PARK, IL 60176
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SALF/CDC

Schiller Park, IL

NOVEMBER '04 REPORT

1. Executive Summary 2. Program Update 3. Accounting Update 4. Budget 5. Marketing Update 6. Scheduling Update 7. IT Update 8. Web/Scantron Update 9. Branch Updates a. Hanover Park, IL b. Chicago, IL c. Milwaukee. WI

PARTI EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Great progress has been made at SALF in the past quarter. SALF has expanded into Florida, North Carolina and Pennsylvania, and pre-existing programs in Illinois and Wisconsin have been expanded. SALF is working to create programs in Washington D.C, Arizona and New York, just to name a few. We have met with the ML, NOAA, Chicago Bar Association, National Citizens Corp, NASCAR, AHA and USCM. SALF also met twice in person with CDC- meetings which took place in Chicago in July, and in Atlanta in August. There will be many events in the coming year- kick-off events at branches throughout the country, a presentation to the U.S. Conference of Mayor's in January, and the annual Bridge the Gap Summit in March. In terms of training, we currently have a total of 49 Instructors actively training, and to date SALF has trained almost 4,000 students since school began in September. This means that SALF expects to not only meet the agreed upon contractual number of 8,000 students to be trained, but to far exceed it, possibly training over 30,000 school children this school year alone. Additionally, the originally goal for number of Instructors was 45. By the end of the year SALF expects to have nearly 100 Instructors throughout the country- more than double the original goal. A. Major Project Accomplishments/Barriers • Mini-grants awarded to branches in FL, WI, PA and IL. • Working on developing a program in Washington D.C. with Mayor Anthony Williams. • Awarded grantfromBlue Cross / Blue Shield Charities • Awarded grantfromRonald McDonald House Charities • Over 3,000 children trained in the Chicagoland area alone since school began in September. • Major barrier continues to be growth beyond current operating capability. More attention must be given to thefinancialneeds of the organization in order to match the level of interest and potential of SALF. Upgrades are needed in technology in order to continue to expand. Additional staff is needed to assist in daily operations at headquarters. • Another barrier is the lack of available research on issues related to pre-EMS services. This issue, however, is one that SALF hopes to address by implementing its own research plan. B. Personnel Changes (since June '04) • Donna Achs, Director of Accounting, June '04 • Ryan Marks, Webmaster, August '04 • Josh Roberts, Public Affairs Manager, September '04 • Ciprina Spizzirri, Communications Director, October '04 • Ed Stare, National Director of State Development, June '04 • Mandy Vlasz, National Program Director, July '04

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PROGRAM UPDATE

Department: Accounting PARTI PROGRESS REPORT OF GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
(List and report only the objectives and activities for this report period) # PERIOD OBJECTIVES What did you set out to accomplish? List each objective and its measure. USPO - get not for profit status Research various insurance companies for Health, Dental, Life and ADD for more cost effective rates. Complete Workers Comp. Audit for 5/20/03 - 4/25/04 plan period. Tried to dispute the Class Code of8868vs. 8810. Trying to get quotes for current WC policy. PERIOD ACTIVITIES What activities were performed related to the objective? Describe level of progress made in meeting each objective. Filed correct forms with appropriate documentation with the USPO. Received quotes from two brokers and for eight different plans. Reviewed coverage for most cost effective results. Current plan company was raising rate by 34%. Paperwork completed and faxed to Insurance company. Spoke with Insur. Company regarding class and they refused to change to class 8810. Called NCCI to get their opinion on what our class should be, and they think that class 8868 is correct Need to reapply with Liberty Mutual for quote and also working with agentfromMack and Packer for quotes from other companies. We need to decide on Class code b/41 can get rates. OUTCOMES Did you accomplish what you set out to accomplish?Was the objective accomplished? If not, why? Rec'd "Not for Profit Status"

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PART II ACTION PLAN - Future Activities other than those listed above
(List and report onlv the objectives and activities for this report period) PERIOD OBJECTIVES What did you set out to accomplish? List each objectively and its measure. PERIOD ACTIVITIES What activities were performed related to the objective? Describe level of progress made in meeting each objective. OUTCOMES Did you accomplish what you set out to accomplish? Was the objective accomplished? If not, why?

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Research Registration to do Business Forms in the following States: FL,NY,DC

Started on FL, but we needed an "Original Certificate of Existence" from IL to proceed. Certificate was requested with $5 check 9/13/04- will take 2-3 wks to get. Called Denise Urban to set up time to do audit

Just received "Original Certificate of Existence" from IL. Will send in Registration for FL by 10/20/04.

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Audit for short year ending 6/30/04

They will be out here Oct 5 to start the audit. Audit fieldwork completed, waiting for report and tax returns.

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Re-evaluate the cost to train per student.

Started work sheet. Need to review with Carol to see if I missed any costs.

Work sheet was reviewed with Carol, we have agreement on cost to train.

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Department: Program Management PARTH PROGRESS REPORT OF GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
(List and report only the objectives and activities for this report period)
# PERIOD OBJECTIVES What did you set out to accomplish? List each objective and its measure. Oversee mini-grant application, selection and award process for each branch PERIOD ACTIVITIES What activities were performed related to the objective? Describe level of progress made in meeting each objective. Collection and maintenance of letters of intent, distribution of application, provided technical assistance to each branch as they worked on the application, submitted applications to board for review and approval, distribution of letters of award to each awardee, notification of state/local leaders of award in region. OUTCOMES Did you accomplish what you set out to accomplish? Was the objective accomplished? If not, why? As of Oct. 25, awards have been granted to branches in Miami, Milwaukee, and Pennsylvania. Milwaukee has already received their first draw down. Miami and PA will follow shortly. Two branches in Illinois have submitted letters of intent to apply for funds through the National Office. Applications went out late October. Awards to be granted mid to late Nov. Ongoing.

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Management of each department

Developed system for project delegation and oversight for each department.

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Search for additional revenue streams

Review weekly any updates/additions to any federal/state grant notifications received. Write grants for any applicable grants, both from private funders and the government Assisted in creation of long-term research plan. (attached)

Ongoing. Goal is to be able to secure resources to hire additional staff member to assist in this function.

Research 4

In-house, perform daily research to keep up-to-date on any new developments relevant to the SALF cause. Created research documents incorporating public surveys. Attended meeting in Atlanta with CDC to discuss possibilities.

Currently seeking funding for long-term research project

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PERIOD OBJECTIVES What did you set out to accomplish? List each objective and its measure.

PERIOD ACTIVITIES What activities were performed related to the objective? Describe level of progress made in meeting each objective. Worked with interested parties in Miami, Phoenix, Washington D.C., Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, New York, Santa Barbara, Sacramento, Waco.

OUTCOMES Did you accomplish what you set out to accomplish? Was the objective accomplished? If not, why? Miami- will be up and running in November. Phoenix- working with elected officials and medical professionals to determine best way to establish SALF in the Phoenix area. Washington D.C.-working with Mayors office to determine best application of SALF in the DC public schoolsPhiladelphia- working to bring the program into the Philadelphia public school system.

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New York- interested hospital identified, working on funding. Santa Barbara- home of interested elected official. Working to identify ways to bring the program in over the next year. Sacramento- interest from the Governor's office- working to have first lady of California as an advocate. Waco- identified individual who runs a youth home, may be interested in offering training to her residents.

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PARTIH ACTION PLAN - Future Activities
(List and report only the objectives and activities for this report period) PERIOD ACTIVITIES PERIOD OBJECTIVES What did you set out to accomplish? What activities were performed related to the objective? List each objectively and its measure. Describe level of progress made in meeting each objective. Identified key individuals who will be responsible for the creation and dissemination of the electronic newsletter. First issue out early November (Attached) Identified ways to expand current scantron program to include potential future needs. Implemented shortterm solution. Continue to identify additional sources of fundingadditional funds necessary for, but not limited to, the following: • • • Secure relationship within government agency- "Chrissy's Law" Standardization of all systems related to expansion of the SALF program. hire additional staff continue technology upgrades expand research capabilities Ongoing. Ongoing OUTCOMES Did you accomplish what you set out to accomplish? Was the objective accomplished? If not, why? Ongoing

Newsletter

Scantron Funding

A long-term solution will begin implementation in December- completely upgraded system ready for use by summer'05.

Exploring/ researching possibilities.

Standardization of all materials including contracts, policies, etc., related to bringing a SALF program into a community- whether SALF is brought in through a Mayor's office or through a Hospital Emergency room.

Ongoing.

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Partnerships

Establishing/Strengthening relationships with groups such as NOAA, USCM, and NASCAR

Will work to create partnership which will include training program and dissemination of NOAA radios to schools. Will be presenting to USCM delegation in January. Continuing partnership on Race for Life- plan to expand current relationship being drafted.

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Working to write additional grant proposals. To date, four grant applications have been submitted. Six more have been identified and are in the process. Goal is to secure additional funds through out the year.

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Miami will begin training children in mid-November. Currently getting contract sign offfromMayor's office, and recruiting a facilitator. Instructor recruitment will begin early November. ATS will begin training students by mid-November. Currently working the contract through their board, and recruiting Instructors.

The goal is to have 10 Instructors train 10,500 students before the end of May. Goal is to have 10 Instructors by the end of the project period. Goal is to train at least 1,500 students during the school year. Goal is to have 7 Instructors by the end of the project period. YTD over 3,000 students have been trained. Goal is to train at least 8000 students this school year. Goal is to have Instructors by the end of the project period. Goal is to get program in the Milwaukee Public Schools much the same way that the program is in the Chicago Public Schools.

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Chicago, EL

Training began in September. Currently have 15 Instructors, with three more starting next month.

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Training began in October. They have over 500 students scheduled to be trained. Currently have 21 Instructors.

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Hanover Park, IL

Training began in July. Currently have 13 Instructors. Currently have trained almost 1,000 children.
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The goal is to have 15 Instructors by the end of the school year. The goal is to train 5,000 children.

ACCOUNTING

BUDGET

Save A Life Foundation, Inc. Budget Vs. Actual - NATIONAL 6/2004-5/2005

TOTAL Jan '04 - May 05 Ordinary Income/Expense Income 4000 • Govt Grants 4099 HHS/CDC 2001-2004 Total 4000 ■ Govt Grants 4300 ■ Special Events Income 4600 ■ Course Materials 4650 • Interest Income Total Income Gross Profit Expense 6050 ■ Accounting Services 6120 • Bank & Credit Card Fees 6140 • Branch Development 6240 • Dues & Subscriptions 6750 • Insurance 6800 ■ Legal/Professional Fees 6850 • Llcense/Permit/Flling Fees 7010 • Marketing & Public Relations 7050 • Meetings & Conferences 70B0 ■ Office Supplies & Expenses 7200 • Payroll Expense 7205 • Benefits - Employee 7215 • Taxes W/H - Employee 7220 • Salaries/Wages-Employee 7225 ■ Independent Contractors 7230 • Payroll Service Fee 7200 • Payroll Expense - Other Total 7200 • Payroll Expense 7310 ■ Postage and Delivery 7450 • Recruitment 7480 • Rent 7510 • Repairs and Maintenance 7700 ■ Telephone 7750 • Training Materials-Free Trng 7800 • Travel/Lodging/Meals 7830 ■ Web Communications Total Expense Met Ordinary Income Net Income 302.69 14.884.82 142,638.06 10.433.63 1,518.35 0.00 169.777.55 1.517.93 0.00 50.488.00 762.00 6,238.40 42.64 11.456.48 3.752.23 295,309.66 (229,905.31) 44.238.00 0.00 264,900.00 53.319.99 0.00 0.00 362,457.99 750.00 0.00 67,599.96 699.96 3.249.96 99,500.04 59,500.08 60,990.00 1.020.000.00 0.00 0.00 (43,935.31) • 14.884.82 (122.261.94) (42.886.36) 1.518.35 0.00 (192.680.44) 767.93 0.00 (17.111.96) 62.04 2.988.44 (99,457.40) (48,043.60) (57.237.77) (724.690.34) (229,905.31) (229,905.31) 3.882.48 0.00 25,000.00 0.00 2,106.02 10.004.40 0.00 2,637.11 5,276.46 2,367.96 3.200.00 0.00 300,000.00 0.00 2.700.00 3,471.00 0.00 29,395.00 9,000.00 17,486.01 682.48 0.00 (275,000.00) 0.00 (593.98) 6.533.40 0.00 (26.757.89) (3.723.54) (15.118.05) 64,957.25 64,957.25 440.00 0.00 7.10 65,404.35 65.404.35 Budget $ Over Budget

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MARKETING

Department: Marketing PARTI

ACTION PLAN
(List and report only the objectives and activities for this report period) PERIOD OBJECTIVES
What did you set out to
accomplish? List each objective and its measure. PERIOD ACTIVITIES What activities were performed related to the objective? Describe level of progress made in meeting each objective. Summit will be held in the Spring this year instead of the fall because of the election. Major duties will consist of assisting the program coordinator with all activities leading up to and extending throughout the duration of the Summit These activities include; • Securing financial backing and sponsorships through hospitals, local businesses and large corporations, local/regional sports teams, politicians/legislators, local schools and leaders and prevalent persons throughout the community • Booking all reservations and accommodations of those planning to attend the event, including general guests, panelists, talent, staff, special guest speakers and potential celebrities • Developing a thorough, yet cost effective budget that will allow us to utilize all financial avenues, in turn, maximizing awareness of LSFA in the local community • Develop secondary themes that will coincide with the panelists, special guest speakers and prevalent issues pertaining to overall safety in the local community Create and distribute pre and post-workshop questionnaires to track the attitudes of those attending and to determine the overall effectiveness of the Summit In correlation with previously existing marketing materials, specialized pieces, geared toward specific targets will be utilized. Included in these efforts will be specialized pieces for; • Hospitals • » Local businesses and large corporations Local schools • OUTCOMES Did you accomplish what you set out to accomplish? Was the objective accomplished? If not, why?

Bridge the Gap Summit

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Create and Maintain updated informational materials for the SALF

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PERIOD OBJECTIVES What did you set out to accomplish? List each objective and its measure.

PERIOD ACTIVITIES What activities were performed related to the objective? Describe level of progress made in meeting each objective. • Media kits will be distributed to all current and potential sponsors and business associates of SALF. They will also be posted electronically via the SALF website (www.salf.org1 I will be working with Ryan, our web developer, to help renovate our website. This process will include exploring sponsorships, writing and posting relevant articles and developing marketing and promotion ideas for the website. In connection with working on the website, I will also be working toward developing a weekly/monthly newsletter. This newsletter will go out in tangible form, as well as electronically, via our website. It will give the community a general "heads-up" in regard to what the SALF has had its hands in recently and what key events and opportunities will be in the near future.

OUTCOMES Did you accomplish what you set out to accomplish? Was the objective accomplished? If not, why?

Develop Media Kits/Help Restructure the SALF Website and Newsletter

Assisting SALF Branches in Developing Their Own Marketing Plan

In addition to promoting ourselves, we will also be looking toward other media outlets (local newspapers, magazines mostly, occasional TV spots for emotional effect) for additional coverage in spreading awareness of our organization and its life-influencing benefits. • Branch offices in Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Illinois and Florida will require a unique twist on the way that they market themselves to their local communities. Due to differences in climate, political and social attitudes, ethnicity, recreational interests, etc, many creative marketing opportunities exist Whether it be bilingual instruction sessions or a "Day at the Beach" SALF field trip in the Florida branch, or a "Day on the Ice" with your favorite hockey player during an unbearable winter in Pennsylvania, there are many opportunities for currently existing and newly forming branch offices to receive some positive, public recognition

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Working with Comcast to create PSA'spossibly using NASCAR driver Travis Geisler. PSA's will be cut and then taken to the January US Conference of Mayors meetingwhere each mayor will have the opportunity to record a personal message to add to each "donut" to be aired in his or her area. Ads need to be complete by January- running shortly thereafter.

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U.S. Conference of Mayors

Will be presenting at the January meeting in Washington DC Appeals have gone out to local sports teams to begin building partnerships.

Working to have Miami Mayor Manny Diaz also present at the conference re: Miami program. Ongoing project- working to create a model to be followed by all branches.

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Community Involvement

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SCHEDULING

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Department: Scheduling PARTI PROGRESS REPORT OF GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
(List and report only the objectives and activities for this report period) PERIOD ACTIVITIES PERIOD OBJECTIVES What activities were performed related to the objective? What did you set out to accomplish? Describe level of progress made in meeting each objective. List each objective and its measure. Created process document Develop Nat'l Inventory Management program guidelines

OUTCOMES Did you accomplish what you set out to accomplish? Was the objective accomplished? If not, why? Implemented.

Orientate current and future IL, PA, & WI Facilitators

Held two day training session (8/30 - 8/31) in Chicago office for seven (7) Facilitators. Yes. Yes

Orientate IL Facilitator (Collinsville for Anderson Hospital)

Conducted on-site training at Anderson Hospital on Sept 28. Attendees: Eric Brandmeyer (Facilitator); Mr. Page, Hospital CEO

Yes. Yes

Develop incentive plan for Corporate sponsorship program.

Created a document listing ideas and methods designed to incentize corporate America to join SALF in our mission.

Ongoing

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IT

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Department: IT

PARTI PROGRESS REPORT OF GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
(List and report only the objectives and activities for this report period) PERIOD OBJECTIVES What did you set out to accomplish? List each objective and its measure. Upgrade of Server, Server operation and Network Components by purchasing new equipment and upgrading operating system and utilities. Upgrade operating systems and identify equipment to be replaced Enhance email system with server to expand capabilities and employ nationwide information sharing Restructure data collection system for wider latitude of usability Reconfigure Network for operations with new equipment and enhanced connection to website. Identify and replaced items at end of life or limiting efficiency of network PERIOD ACTIVITIES What activities were performed related to the objective? Describe level of progress made in meeting each objective. Change in methods for storage and access. Purchase of new server to support expanded storage and upgrade components for reliability. OUTCOMES Did you accomplish what you set out to accomplish? Was the objective accomplished? If not, why? Redesign access needs and established new company wide procedures for data storage. Tested workstations for capability. Identified those not useable.

Designed deployment method for system.

Prepare to go live with improved mail collection and company wide scheduling information.

Identified future needs and abilities

Modifications for collection systems. Expand useage.

Replaced network switch with enhanced unit to improve operations and reliability. Replaced Backup peripherals to handle longer power loss times.

Network data traffic throughput improved

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PART II ACTION PLAN - Future Activities other than those listed above
(List and report only the objectives and activities for this report period) PERIOD OBJECTIVES What did you set out to accomplish? List each objectively and its measure. PERIOD ACTIVITIES What activities were performed related to the objective? Describe level of progress made in meeting each objective. OUTCOMES Did you accomplish what you set out to accomplish? Was the objective accomplished? If not, why?

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Identify obsolete workstations. 1 Research usage and methods of data collection to monitor future needs and improve efficiency. Will begin work with Ryan in December.

Ongoing

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WEB / SCANTRON

Department: Web/Scantron

PARTI PROGRESS REPORT OF GOALS AND OBJEC
(List and report only the objectives and activities for this report period) PERIOD OBJECTIVES PERIOD ACTIVmES What did you set out to accomplish? What activities were performed related to the objective? List each objective and its measure. Describe level of progress made in meeting each objective. Planned Improvements: Website Content Updates - 10% Complete www.salf.org Website Website Copyright Audit - 75% Complete Improvements Website Architecture Audit - 100% Complete A professional organization Website Architecture Redesign - 90% needs a professional Complete website. The following Develop New Graphic Design = 10% Complete improvements must be Develop Templates - 100% Complete made and constitute a Migrate Content to Templates - 85% complete overhaul of the Complete salf.org website. Website Accessibility Updates - 75% Complete Website W3C Standards Updates - 85% Complete Website Internet Connection Optimizations 85% Complete Website Search Engine Ranking Optimizations - 50% Complete Implement content management using Macromedia Contribute 3 - 95% Complete Scantron Data Collection Save A Life Foundation uses Scantron testing equipment to monitor the effectiveness of our programs. We collect test resultsfrombranch offices using an Online Web Application. The entire system is composed of Scantron scanning machines, software to interface with the scanner, and online data collection and reporting. For the 2004-05 school year some of our branches required better reporting tools then what we offer online. In order to provide what 14 Long Term Solution - Beginning of project slated for December 2004. For a long-term solution, we plan to develop software in-house to streamline data collection, provide better online reporting tools, and to break our reliance on third party developers.

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OUTCOMES Did you accomplish what you set out to accomplish? Was the objective accomplished? If not, why?

The website is a work-in-progress. Due to the large amount of content, I will be completing each objective on a page-by-page basis on the live salf.org website until all pages have had the improvements applied. A few of the above improvements, such as Architecture Redesign, New Graphic Design, and Search Engine Optimizations, have to be postponed for logistical reasons until the other improvements have been applied to the entire website.

PERIOD OBJECTIVES What did you set out to accomplish? List each objective and its measure.

PERIOD ACTIVITIES What activities were performed related to the objective? Describe level of progress made in meeting each objective. was needed, we standardized on a new Scantron test form and now offer a third party software solution. In order to standardize on the new form, we needed to update the software that interfaces with the Scantron machine and update the Web Application. Short Term Solution o Develop Documentation - 100% Complete o Scantron Scanner Software Solution - 1 0 0 % Complete o Web Application Fixes - 100% Complete

OUTCOMES Did you accomplish what you set out to accomplish? Was the objective accomplished? If not, why?

The Short term solution is complete and ready to be installed at various branches.

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BRANCH UPDATES
Hanover Park, IL Milwaukee, WI Chicago, IL

Hanover Park, IL Parti Executive Summary Within the month of September, the Save A Life Foundation Hanover Park Branch developed strong leads within key school districts in their service area. District 46, one of the largest school districts in Illinois, is very interested in incorporating SALF programs into their programs within the next month. Also, District 20 also seems very interested in incorporating the SALF programs into their health education period at the 61 grade level. The Dist. 20 administration desires that the SALF program primarily focus on practical experience, as a result of basic first aid, Heimlich Maneuver and CPR being taught in their current curriculum. Further meetings will be coordinated to discuss options with the health teacher and the SALF Facilitator. In regards to corporate sponsors, a grant has been mailed to the £ « to support the training of 600 in Dist. 46. f Suggestions: Seek grants from large foundation! •* V branches. *&*t *5 f for review a donation of

distributing evenly among all SALF

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PARTH PROGRESS REPORT OF GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
Location: Hanover Park. Illinois Report Period: November 2004

[List and report only the objectives and activities for this report period) PERIOD OBJECTIVES PERIOD ACTIVITIES # What did you set out to accomplish? What activities were performed related to the objective?
List each objective and its measure. Describe level of progress made in meeting each objective. Mayor Irv Bock and Megan Caspall presented SALF to the Superintendents of the following school districts12,10,46 and 20.

OUTCOMES
Did you accomplish what you set out to accomplish? Was the objective accomplished? If not, why? Yes, superintendents have passed this information to principals, district nurses and/or Assistant Superintendents. Objective was met. Waiting to hear results from schools.

Make contacts with School Districts in SALF HP's service area. Further develop classes at YMCAs.

Mayor Bock has contacted ABHN's insurance contact person regarding the status of the contracts. Contracts are still in progress.

We have made consistent contact with the YMCA verifying any changes that are needed in requestfromthe YMCA. Waiting for completed contract to progress further.

Develop relationship with surrounding corporations.

Mayor Bock, Ed Stare, and Megan Caspall attended the Illinois Municipal League Conference, providing several leads for state development Mayor Bock and Megan Caspall attended the NSACI Conference, gaining contacts with potential corporate sponsors in N and NW suburbs of Chicago.

Yes, several new leads were provided to the HP Branch, which the office has followed up on.

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PARTin ACTION PLAN - Future Activities other than those listed above
State: Hoover Park, Tllinois Report Period: November 2004

(List and report on/jr the objectives and activities for this report period) PERIOD OBJECTIVES PERIOD ACTIVITIES List each objective and its # Describe activities to be performed related to the measure. objective Begin classes at Campanelli and Buehler YMCA. Place 2' x 3' poster in YMCAfrontlobby. Begin classes Oct. 1,2004. Coordinate instructors for each training course. Follow-up with each districtfromSeptember meetings. Begin classes at school districts 15,20, 25,46,54, and 108, along with parochial schools. Mayor Irv Bock will continue to contact local corporations, presenting the option of the Adopt-ASchool Program.

EXPECTED OUTCOMES/EVALUATION

Coordinate consecutive classes every Saturday of each month. A different course will be offered each Saturday for one month. Begin classes within the month of October within several schools within each district. Minimal outcome - present SALF information to other key people within district.

Continue to obtain strong leads for corporate sponsors for SALF.

Gain sponsorship.

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Chicago, IL PARTI PROGRESS REPORT OF GOALS AND OBJECTIVES Location: Chicago
(List and report only the objectives and activities for this report period) PERIOD OBJECTIVES What did you set out to accomplish? List each objective and its measure. Chicago Instructors PERIOD ACTIVITIES What activities were performed related to the objective? Describe level of progress made in meeting each objective. Four training sessions conducted to orientate ICI's on proper trainiSg methods. Two instructors identified and interviewed- they should be training by mid-November. OUTCOMES Did you accomplish what you set out to accomplish? Was the objective accomplished? If not, why? Yes. Yes.

Report Period: November 2004

Recruit and Train additional Instructors.

Yes. Yes.

CPS/RMHC

Training of 7500 Chicago Public School children (per RMHC grant) began in September- 2,000+ children trained so far. Training of 3,500 CPS students (per grant) began in Sept

Training will continue throughout year.

BC/BS

Training will continue throughout year.

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SALF-MILWAUKEE Major Project Accomplishments/Barriers
Conference with Division of Public Health in Appleton Wisconsin. The conference topic were: Metropolitan Medical Response system/strategic national stock-pile activities, Cross border coordination, science of anthrax, hospitals, surveillance and pandemic influenza, integrated communication, preparedness volunteer projects,'protective equipment, roles for non-bioterrorism staff. My role at this conference was to network and see if there ways to partner with the health department to be apart of the planning and training for "preparedness training". It was a learning experience and one that I will be following up with. I have again called Mayor Barrett and Sheriff David Clarke to reschedule an appointment to discuss the city citizens corp. group. I also ask Mayor Bock to place a Mayor to Mayor call and see if he can influence the Milwaukee mayor to see the importance of the SALF. 1 have identified two projects that I want to achieve comingfromthis conference.
1) Persuade the city decision makers that SALF is an important element to assist them in their endeavor of communicating to all citizens the preparedness trained. 2) Work with more corporation, village leaders, and school systems.

On October 16, and 23, 2004 Save A Life Foundation of Milwaukee will be working with the Marketing department of St. Joseph Regional Medical Center. We will have a community day that will focus on Emergency medicine and the different project of SALF. This will involve the neighborhood schools of Sherman elementary, Washington High, Custer High, Milwaukee school of Language, Park Lawn YMCA, Mary Ryan Boys and Girls and other community organizations. We will be collecting coats for the needy and giving out information on the programs that are offered here at SJRMC. Perry Medic will be our celebrity guess. On October 18,2004 we will start training Sherman Elementary 3rd, and 5th graders in Save A Life for Kids. The training will be for the school year. On October 18, 2004 we will start to train students a Custer High School. We are still working out the schedule. I have a meeting scheduled at Milwaukee school of Language, French Immersion, Spanish Immersion and Washington High School for October 7,2004.1 have worked this 3 of theses schools in the past so it will be just to develop our action plan. I have called Gwendolyn Moore who is running for congresswomen of Wisconsin to schedule a meeting. I am just waiting for her office to return the call with a date. Ms. Moore was indorsed by the school board and I would like to see if she could assist us in some of the funding. I would also like to see if you could help us get in MPS front door. Save A Life Foundation of Milwaukee working in conjunction with St. Joseph Regional Medical Center is doing a group project for employees that will demonstrate the necessity of the following areas: This is an important partnership for me and Save A Life because we have gained great respect through out the community and this will be a great opportunity to help the hospital demonstrate how we have achieved this. • Why focusing on excellence is so important • How does percent excellent scores tie to customer loyalty • Why do hospitals sometime struggle to achieve service excellence and why is it difficult to implement
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Progress Report of goals and objectives:
Location: Milwaukee Wisconsin Period Objectives Period Activities Reoort Period: November Outcome

To train students (3rd and 5th graders) at Sherman Elementary

We will start on 10/18/04 and end at close of school year

In progress

To train students at Custer High School.

The principal is deciding grade level We have worked with CLC in the past and we will do some after school project with the MSP students.

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S A L F Hanover Park Branch Update June, 2004 Update information: ♦ 06/01/04 - Coordinated training for Yorkville school teachers. Result: A minimum of 20 (max. 25) teachers in the school districts surrounding Yorkville will be trained in Bystander Basics. Date of training is Aug. 2; time not established. Location of training will be at Yorkville Middle School. Cost is $25/student. Contact person is Barry Groesch. ♦ 06/03/04 - Summer school training at Conant possibility. Result: Received information from Carol and Dane regarding the possibility of HP office training Bystander Basics to 12 summer school classes at Conant High School in Schaumburg. Irv is currently looking into getting corporate sponsors to participate in "Adopt-A-School" for this specific event. Main concern: monies for instructor fees and books (total $2500). ♦ 06/03/04 - Potential training at Buehler YMCA Result: Received information from Carol regarding interest from Palatine YMCA in SALF. Executives from SALF Corporate and Irv are meeting to further discuss this option. ♦ 06/04/04 - Training at Campanelli YMCA. Result: 41 summer camp counselors were successfully trained in Bystander Basics. Age group ranged from 17-24 years of age. Mike Wennekamp is contact for summer camp counselors. Need to collect monies for training at $25/student ($1025). ♦ 06/04/04 - Meeting with Alex Phetkamphou regarding CD burner and Scantron assistance Result: CD burner downloaded to both computers. Located lost files from Scantron report. ♦ 06/07/04 - Meeting with Jerry Campagna, President of Reflejos Direct Media Result: Discussed steps to publicize SALF in the Latino communities through bi-lingual newspaper. Issues which Jerry addressed are the following: • Hiring a team of 4-5 Spanish speaking instructors. • Attending a "Fiesta" (community outreach) to gain visibility within Latino community to build relationship with individuals. Have bi-lingual instructors attend such event(s).

SALF Update July 2003
Update information: • Met with Theresa Mays the director for Child Welfare in the Milwaukee area to discuss the SALF program.. Result: We talked at length regarding the different programs that are offered with SALF. She will meeting with her board within the next few weeks and she plans to get back to me to see if they can add our training in a pre­ existing program within her unit. • Letters are being sent to major companies within the school district. Result: The letter are being sent to companies that are within the area of a public or private school asking if they will adopt the school or target a grade level for SALF training. It also informs them of schools that are at \ present being trained in a SALF program. • Meeting with Paratech Ambulance marketing division on 7/9/04 to discuss any way that SALF can be aparf of the Harley fest. Result: Meeting is scheduled for 7/9/04 • Met with Linda Williams from the SDC organization. Result: Ms Williams is the employment specialist for the SDC where she trains adult clients in job readiness and time management. I discussed SALF and how this program may be very beneficial to her clients. The SDC organization is a government organization and I think that if we could get into one other will follow. Ms \ Williams gave me the names of the 2 individuals within the organization that I would need to meet with Ms \ Marsha Kopydlowski and Ms Carter. I will follow up them both before end of week. • In the process of forming a letter that will go out to all schools in early fall that I have worked with in the past 2 years requesting there help in writing a letter that can be sent to the Mayor, EMS Director and other officials. Result: The letter from the schools and/or students will ask our officials, school superintendent and others to help train school age students in a SALF program so that they may become first responders. • Meeting scheduled with Joe Murray, village manager of Greendale. Result: My hope is that Mr. Murray will be able to open some avenues that I have not been able to get into. I will ask him of different business in the Greendale area that would be able to adopt schools offer funding for their school age children and relate the importance of this program. • Met with Roger Karimi from Harley Davison Result: They work with the American Red Cross and have EMT's on staff however; she will keep our information. • Called Wendie Janis director of Training with Northwestern Mutual to schedule an appointment. I have met with her in October 2003 this will be a follow up meeting to see if any thing has changed with the company. Result: Waiting. • Met with Genene Hibbler from Sheriff David Clarke's office to discuss SALF and CERTS Result: This was our third meeting. She identified that the Citizen Corps Councils are utilized to fully implement the CCC in the different communities. Each community will have to determine its geography boundaries and its own membership. I asked how could SALF become one of the players. I informed her that we are apart of FEMA and that we should be apart of the city's training. It is still being discussed. • Have a meeting scheduled with members of the executive board of St. Joseph Regional Medical Center Foundation. • Result:

Progress Report and Request for Continuation Funding (PA04164) From the SAVE A LIFE FOUNDATION, INC A Program to Train and Educate Children and Adolescents in Basic Life Support Save A Life Foundation's Mission "Training and developing "Bystanders", especially children, as volunteers equipped with Pre-EMS skills to aid the injured or ill in a time of an emergency to reduce death and disabling injuries". Section One - Milestone Status: Terse Summary: 1. Collect and analyze data on the implementation of the SALF program On going as each student is trained the test results are collected 2. Collect and analyze data on the efficiency of various skills and willingness of the participant in using their new skills On going as each student is trained the results are collected and analyzed 3. Explore the formation of SALF sites within health departments, hospital emergency departments, fire and/or police departments to reach a larger Illinois and Wisconsin statewide audience and expand into two additional states. Task was accomplished and participants awarded 4. Recruit emergency medical service providers as instructors • Initial projection was accomplished and continues to grow to meet demands.

5. Develop and strengthen partnerships to reach the appropriate audience including and not limited to forming a strategic planning group made up of representatives from federal agencies, national associations, i.e. U.S. Conference of Mayors, U.S. Homeland Security and its partners, those within emergency medical service, and other interested parties. Accomplished targeted group and beyond Section Two - Progress Report A. Progress toward objectives 1. Collect and analyze data on the implementation of the SALF program • With 26,290 trained students reporting i. 94% answering test questions correctly ii. 85% answering an increased willingness to render aid after they were trained. 2. Explore an individual with expertise in educational evaluation and research and is familiar with EMS related training to conduct an IH literature search of the efficiency of CPR and the Heimlich maneuver by September 1. 2004 • Effectiveness of CPR literature review completed (Attachment A). Note: lack of interest by epidemiologists to pursue study. August 30. 2004 • HI research delay was due to lack of interest by numerous epidemiologists to review subject matter • Effectiveness of the Heimlich maneuver inconclusive due to: o Individuals the Heimlich maneuver was performed on usual survive and incident was not reported because the victim continues on with daily activities.

3. Identify a group of experts in the field of emergency medicine, education, municipal government, corporate, federal, state and local agencies to identify states and/or communities especially those already served by SALF, to target expansion locations and assist with the implementation by September 15. 2004. • As a result of SALF identifying four medical experts, two municipal government, two federal agencies, one corporate and three local agencies, the following SALF new sites were targeted August 30. 2004. Pennsylvania - American Trauma Society; Florida, Office of Miami Mayor; Illinois, Alexian Bros' Medical Center, Hanover Park; Anderson Hospital, Maryville, Illinois; Joliet Fire Department, Joliet, Illinois 4. Identify potential master instructors from various EMS or healthcare agencies for expansion process by August 30. 2004. • Each new SALF site has identified, recruited, orientated and completed police background checks on six new master instructors with Emergency Medical Service credentials. 5. Re-develop SALF's web site and existing data collection system to monitor the effectiveness of training by August 30. 2004. • Database Completion delayed because of added programming to allow other related data to be inputted and stored with class/score data. This data was initially stored in separate data collection pools necessitating manual entry and handling. Data now centralized allowing future reports to reflect Class scores, teachers opinions, and relative perceived effectiveness to be closely tied to Schools, instructors, etc.

• Web Site Completion was delayed due to added programming to include new features not previously available in Host providers Site offerings. New Templates and client tracking features available from Host Provider allow us to display information and track site data more efficiently. 6. Expand and strengthen partnerships with groups, (i.e. Office of Homeland Security- Citizen Corps - Medical Reserve Corps, U.S. Secretary of Education, Office of the U.S. Surgeon General, U.S. Conference of Mayors and municipal governments, corporations, and interested agencies) by September 15. 2004. • Accomplished. SALF partnership activities included: Office of Homeland Security: o U.S. Surgeon General directed all Medical Reserve Corps volunteers to become SALF Instructors and help train local school children and adults with SALF programs. He further included SALF in his "Year of the Health Child" initiative. Illinois Municipal League - assisted the development of two Illinois SALF sites. o Anderson Hospital, Maryville, Illinois - agreed number of children to be trained 3.500 by May 31, 2005 o Alexian Bros' Medical Ctr, Hanover Park, Illinois - agreed number of children to be trained 12.000 by August 30, 2005 o Joliet Fire Department, Joliet, Illinois - agreed number of children to be trained 4.000 by July 30, 2005

American Trauma Society in Pennsylvania - helped the development of one SALF site in Mechanicsburg, PA. In additional Pennsylvania Department of EMS matched its SALF support - agreed number of children to be trained 1.200 by August 20, 2005 (IS THAT CORRECT?) U.S. Conference of Mayor's assisted o SALF Miami Branch - agreed number to be trained 10.500 o SALF site Green Bay, Wisconsin (under development) o SALF site Santa Barbara, CA (under development) o SALF Site, Chicago, IL - within its existing Police and Fire Academy Ongoing: > SALF Site Schiller Park, Illinois continues to train Chicago Public School children- agreed number of children to be trained 20.500 August 15,2005 > SALF Bond County, Illinois continues to train - agreed number of children 500 by August 20,2005. > SALF St. Joseph's Medical Center, Milwaukee, Wisconsin agreed number of children to be trained 12,500 September 10,2005 o Milwaukee Department of Health, Milwaukee Office of Mayor, and Milwaukee Board of Education adding support September 27. 2005 > Working to develop a relationship with National Emergency Medical Service Technicians Association in an effort to recruit from its membership base more SALF Instructors to train our programs nationally. March 30. 2005

Total number of school students contracted to be trained bv SALF Branch and/or Satellites = 65.600 exceeding original projections bv 13.3% 7. Identify potential national and local sponsoring organizations for the national expansion program in the target states August 30.2004. • • Each SALF Branch and/or Satellite agrees to match funds to SALF mini grant. Corporate America and private sponsorships occurred, including o Global and Illinois Regional Ronald McDonald House Charities o Chicago Board of Education o Illinois/New Mexico/Texas Region Blue Cross Blue Shield o Comcast Communications, all by JuJy_3CL2004. B. Maior Findings: Slower than expected interest in Pre-EMS by Corporate America Contract approvals slower than expected More interest in Pre-EMS among government entities than private citizens. Hospital and/or legal councils caused extensive delayed in expansion. C. Significance of those findings: • Most funding opportunities focus on injury prevention, few on Pre-EMS • Because of limited resources SALF had to be creative with site start-up to accommodate financial needs by those requesting program • Local, state and federal representatives have demonstrated more interest in SALF training because of our invitations to attend classes in

their district, we found that both media and the general public still demonstrates a limited interest. General observation: Children (K-12) continue to welcome the instruction and enjoy the local emergency medical professional, who often becomes a mentor. Their test scores continue to demonstrate a stable level of retaining the skills and increasing their interest in helping others in need. • 26,290 trained students reporting - out of 39,310 out standing i. 94% answered test questions correctly ii. 85% demonstrate an increased willingness to render aid after they were trained. D. Proposed work Funding is requested to sustain SALF's infrastructure, support existing SALF sites, encourage each site to seek local sponsors to retain and expand their school training independently, find avenues to promote Pre-EMS principles as an accepted practice to increase public interest, to continually monitor the effectiveness and saturation of SALF's training, and to maximize the limited resources SALF receives to meet the growing demand of training our youth. E. Publications N/A Section 3 - Proposed Milestones. FY05 FY 2005 GOAL:

To sustain the existing program/sites and expand SALF programs into one additional state. OBJECTIVES: • Explore suitable sites within county health departments, hospital emergency departments, fire and police departments, municipal offices to reach a larger statewide audience and expand into one additional state, by September 30.2005. • • • • • Recruit and train additional SALF instructors, by November 15. 2005 Continue training at selected sites, beginning July 11 2005 and continuing through the funding period. Identify three additional program sponsors, by February 10.2006 Implement training at the new (expansion) site, by March 30.2006 Monitor SALF's existing data collection system and use to evaluate program activities, on-going through May 31.2006 PROPOSED BUDGET Personnel Education Administrator hf Total $120.750 $21.875

Responsible for maintaining existing and developing programs/projects, archives, schedule training and orientation classes with schools, branch facilitators or Instructors in a timely manner, achieve yearly training quota's, verify tests, service sheets, assist in maintaining data charts, insure all paperwork is funneled to appropriate departments correctly, recruit new instructors from EMS and securing police back ground check and IDs, order and distribute training materials and equipment, work with finance clerk for processing paperwork, develop/assist with annual conferences and special events. Salary for this position totals Ly '' with benefits

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Maintains, secures accounting records, contracts, personnel files, develops budgets by project codes, Prepare and file quarterly grant reports, withdraw grant funds, reviews invoices against PO's for accuracy, file back-up and prior authorization, processes payments for signature, Record receipts and deposit monies, Prepare quarterly financial statements, assist with tax preparations at the end of a quarter/year, prepares payroll and secures benefit reimbursements, prepares/issues all employment federal/state forms, reconcile bank statements and submit for review, Retain employee personnel files in secured office, Maintain record of employees' time off (vacation/sick/personal days) and daily work hours for payroll records. Salary for this position totals benefits National Project Coordinators &JL $48.125 fa ' with

This position is required for the general oversight of the entire project. This position will be under the supervision of the Principal Investigator. This position directs the overall operation of the project. Responsible for overseeing the implementation of national expansion of project activities, coordination with other agencies, development of materials to effectively accomplish the project, provisions of in-service and training, conducting meetings including teleconference calls, designs and directs the gatherings, tabulating and interpreting of required data and reports. Responsible for overall program evaluation including assisting in the researching and preparation of supplemental grants and for staff/consultants performance evaluation; and is the responsible authority of ensuring that necessary reports/documents are submitted to CDC and SALF headquarters in a timely manner. This position relates to all program objectives. Salary for this position it J^J with benefits.

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Position is required as liaison between state, federal, private and public agencies in the implementation of the project; to monitor the formation of committees and subcommittees to successfully execute the project; provide technical assistance on policy issues, review, analysis and recommendation for selection of joint grants and sponsorships, oversee all afflicted with projects that they are efficient in their duties, interact and correspond with public, State and Federal agencies, national associations, university research centers, etc., regarding the role and function of the project and how it relates to school health/ injury prevention and the Pre-EMS industry; participate in budget planning, standard and policy development, oversee the creation and implementation of new and existing programs; evaluate the job performance of each project/committee director/s, including the National Project Coordinator to insure progress of work is exemplary and within project guidelines and timelines. Fringe Benefits Education Administrator Financial Clerk National Project Coordinators Principal Investigator z c &^ Total $17.250 $3.125 $2.250 $6.875 $5.000

Other

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This money will be utilized for the reimbursement of rental space, phone/fax, office machinery and service contracts, utilities, and general office supplies to conduct 50% of SALF National office business on this project. Contractual including Instructors $125.257

SALF Instructor expense compensation is based upon the current compensation allotted by SALF for its programs. This amount is considered to be the amount of 480 hourly classes by approximately 45 Instructors to teach nearly 8,000 students, with 25 students per class, in a six-month period of operating existing SALF and new sites. (All Instructors must have EMS credentials and obtain, at their own expense, a police background check before training children). The expense of sub-contracting SALF Senior Instructors i.e. Jim Barnes FF/EMTP, Jodie Barnes FF/EMTP to orientate, monitor, new SALF Instructor recruited at various new and existing SALF Branches and at actual training sites will need the about of fly an hour. Additional contractual expenses will be for n-i $100.000

audits and legal fees. Supplies

Printing costs required for the generation and distribution of SALF training programs i.e. Master Trainer, Instructor, Branch Development Manuals, per student training books, program informational packets, all baring acknowledgement of sponsoring agent, letterhead and other printed materials in order to execute this project. The site will contribute matching funds and or inkind serves to offset the actual setup and operating expenses. Additional expensive ot & t per student will cover test and evaluation expenses.

The above costs are prorated for only a portion of the year with upfront cost contributing to the greatest share. The actual start up cost would reflect a larger number of children trained with a longer time frame and could exceec *? y

Once the initiate set-up cost is executed, a great share of funding will targeted to the distribution of training. Various training and office supplies will be needed to conduct the training system i.e. disposable lungs, cleaning agents, instructor uniforms, paper, printer supplies. ($100,000)

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In order to provide skills practice by the students with hands-on evaluation, fifty sets of Adult, Infant and child mannequins will be purchased ,*y . and provided to instructors. An additional 20 Automatic External Deliberator (AED) trainers will be purchased for skills practice and student hands-on evaluation at /^V system. 10 Scantron machines plus yearly maintenance fees (28,378) f)A will be needed to evaluate the student training into our data collection

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Costs incurred to expand SALF into one additional state, sustain and expand in existing SALF states will demand travel. Travel will also be incurred for the national implementation strategic planning group when attending meetings of this group. It is estimated that there will be one meeting of the strategic planning group in Chicago, Illinois. The amount figured to cover the transportation of each individual is £/ for a total amount of travel costs of b*t *>y Additional, each individual will be paid a per diem of the above one-trip amounts to h y The total amount of per diem paid for Additional travel will be required e w per trip, has

by the national staff to assist in the set-up of the state and or community offices. A minimum of 10 additional trips for national staff (<1), at been included in the amount of travel money budgeted including per diem costs

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No Indirect cost requested NOTE 3: REPORTING REQUIREMENTS: An ANNUAL Financial Status Report (FSR) must be submitted within 90 days after the end of the budget period. This report must be submitted on the Form SF269, and include only those funds authorized and actually expended during the prior year budget period. Report due date August 31,2006 Annual Progress Report is due: 90 days after the end of the budget period August 31,2006. Please submit an original plus 2 copies to the grants management office. NOTE 4: CORRESPONDENCE: All correspondence regarding this award must be identified with the award number as shown at the top right of this page. NOTE 5: PRIOR APPROVAL: "ALL" requests that require the prior approval must bear the signature of an authorized official of the grantee business office as well as that of the principal investigator or program director. Any request received which reflect only one signature will be returned to the grantee unprocessed. Additionally, any requests involving funding issues must include a new proposed budget and a narrative justification of the requested changes. NOTE 6: PUBLICATIONS: Publications, journal articles, etc. produced under a CDC grant support project must bear an acknowledgment and disclaimer, as appropriate, such as: This publication Ooumal article, etc.) was supported by Grant/Cooperative Agreement Number H28/CCH523764-02 from The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. NOTE 7: EQUIPMENT AND PRODUCTS: To the greatest extent practicable, all equipment and products purchased with CDC funds should be American-made. NOTE 8: ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF FEDERAL SUPPORT: When issuing statements, press releases, requests for proposals, bid solicitations and other documents describing projects or programs funded in whole or in part with Federal money, all awardees

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CDC CONTACT NAMES: Grants Management Contact Brenda Hayes, Grants Management Specialist/Officer Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Procurement and Grants Office 2920 Brandywine Road E-15 Atlanta, Georgia 30341-4146 Telephone: (770)488-2741 Fax: (770) 488-2670 or 2671 E-mail: bhayes@cdc.gov Programmatic Contact Jacqui Butler, Project Officer Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) National Center for Injury Prevention and Control 4770 Buford Highway, NE (M/S F-41) Atlanta, GA 30333 Telephone: 404-639-2096 Fax:404-639-1950 E-Mail: jabutler@cdc.gov

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Save A Life Foundation
Carol J. Spizzirri Founder / President

May 2,2006

Brenda Hayes Grants Management Specialist Procurement and Grants Office Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 2920 Brandywine Road, Mailstop E-15 Atlanta, GA 30341-4146 Dear Ms Hayes:

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Please see attached hard copy of the Progress Report and Request for No Cost Extension (H28/CCH523764-02) with the original signature from Carol Spizzirri and myself. This is a follow up to the email that was sent on May 1, 2006. If any further assistance is needed, please feel free to contact me atflS47)0?fi OSfil'

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Robert Barnes Director of Finance and Administration

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Progress Report and Request for No Cost Extension (H28/CCH523764-02)) From the SAVE A LIFE FOUNDATION, INC A Program to Train and Educate Children and Adolescents in Basic Life Support Save A Life Foundation's Mission Training and developing "Bystanders", especially children, as volunteers equipped with Pre-EMS skills to aid in a time of an emergency to reduce death and disabling injuries". Section One - Milestone Status: Summary: 1. Collect and analyze data on the implementation of the SALF program. On going, as each student is trained in life sustaining first aid skills 2. Collect and analyze data on the efficiency of various skills and willingness of the participant in using their new skills. On going as each student is trained the results are collected and analyzed 3. Explore the formation of SALF sites within health departments, hospital emergency departments, fire and/or police departments to reach a larger Illinois, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania statewide audience and expand into two additional states. o Task was accomplished and participants awarded 4. Recruit emergency medical service providers as instructors o Initial projection was accomplished and continues to grow to meet demands. 5. Develop and strengthen partnerships to reach the appropriate audience including and not limited to forming a strategic planning group made up of representatives from federal agencies, national associations, i.e. U.S. Conference of Mayors, U.S. Homeland Security and its partners, those within emergency medical service, and other interested parties. Accomplished targeted group and beyond

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Section Two - Progress Report A. Progress toward objectives 1. Collect and analyze data on the implementation of the SALF program o With training goals of 77,550 students, 40,983 were trained reporting i. 94% answering test questions correctly ii. 85% answering an increased willingness to render aid in an emergency 2. Establish relations with a medical institute familiar with the needs of EMS to conduct research with SALF's LSFA data, to demonstrate the benefits of Life Sustaining First Aid including CPR and the Heimlich maneuver. • Auqust 30, 2005

Note: lack of interest by epidemiologists to pursue the study and review subject matter caused extensive delay. Not until January 15, 2006 when SALF secured interest by the New York Medical College.

Interest increased shortly after Louisiana's Katrina Disaster, including the "Illinois Lincoln Challenge," U.S. Coast Guard Challenge Program. National Civil Air Patrol. and Jr. ROTC, to conduct controlled research study.

3. Identify a group of experts in the field of emergency medicine, education, municipal government, corporate, federal, state and local agencies to identify states and/or communities especially those already served by SALF, to target expansion locations and assist with the implementation by • September 15, 2005

SALF identified four medical experts, two municipalities, two federal agencies, one corporate and three local agencies. The following SALF new sites were targeted by December 30. 2005 Peoria Illinois Fire Department, Illinois Illinois Lincoln Challenge, Rantoul Illinois Chicago Fire Department 9-1-1 Center, Illinois Bloomington Hospital, Bloomington, Illinois, Rutland County Hospital, Vermont New York Medical College, Valhalla, NY Illinois Midway Civil Air Patrol, Chicago, IL Kankakee Hospital, Illinois U.S. Department of Defense U.S. Homeland Security VELCO (Vermont Electric Power Company, Inc.)

4. Identify potential master instructors from various EMS or healthcare agencies for expansion
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Five new SALF sites were identified, EMS recruited and oriented as SALF Instructors and police background checks were secured on six new master instructors. ■ Note: Extensive delays occurred due to the Katrina disaster relief efforts by many municipal emergency management units, causing Instructors to postpone their training deadlines until November. 2007

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Database Completion: In the past SALF maintained its data collection processing through its National Headquarters in Schiller Park, Illinois. Both is mainframe servers and web connect base were centralized within the National Headquarters. These reports reflected class scores, teacher opinions, relative perceived course effectiveness, school student and instructor. Due to SALF's statewide Illinois expansion, it was necessary to establish a centralized processing center for Illinois data only in Springfield Illinois. The purchase of additional data collection equipment, web connects and phone ware and licenses was needed.

This reconstruction was completed on time but due to recent interest by the NY Medical College to use SALF's data in conducting surveys and research, it was necessary to critique our original plan to fulfill the institute's requirements in obtaining data that still is being considered by institute. This greatly jeopardized SALF another six months and made it necessary to secure outside resources from the private sector.

Web Site Completion was delayed due to added programming creating new features not previously available by host providers. New templates and client tracking features are now available from host provider allow us to display information and track site data more efficiently. The death of SALF's Webmaster/MIS of ten years additionally delayed progress, as SALF continues to search for his replacement.

6. Expand and strengthen partnerships with groups, (i.e. Office of Homeland Security - Citizen Corps - Medical Reserve Corps, U.S. Secretary of Education,- Office of the U.S. Surgeon General, U.S. Conference of Mayors; and municipal governments, corporations, and interested agencies) by September 15. 2005

• Accomplished within timeline. SALF partnership activities included:

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Office of Homeland Security: o U.S. Surgeon General directed all Medical Reserve Corps volunteers to become SALF Instructors and help train local school children and adults with SALF programs. He further included SALF in his "Year of the Health Child" initiative. Illinois Municipal League - assisted in the development of new SALF sites. o o o o o Illinois Lincoln Challenge, Rantoul, Illinois Peoria Fire Department, Peoria, Illinois Marion Hospital, Illinois Kankakee Hospital, Illinois Bloomington Hospital, Illinois

VELCO - Vermont Electric Power Company, Inc. sponsored the creation of SALF site at Rutland Medical Center, Vermont • American Trauma Society in Pennsylvania - SALF site in Mechanicsburg, PA. In addition Pennsylvania Department of EMS matched SALF's support - agreed number of children to be trained 1.200 by Aoril 2007 U.S. Conference of Mayor's assisted: o o o SALF site, Green Bay, Wisconsin SALF site, Santa Barbara, CA SALF site, Burnsville, MN

U.S. Citizen Corps o SALF site, Phoenix, AZ

New Partners U.S. Coast Guard's Challenge program National Civil Air Patrol December 2006 January 2006

Ongoing: > SALF's new site at Illinois Midway Airport. SALF developed a relationship with the National Civil Air Patrol to establish a SALF sites nationally at each of their 1,700 sites and train 175,000 CAP cadets (14-19 years). > SALF's new site at Rantoul, Illinois, (Lincoln's ChalleNge), developed a relationship to include a SALF site at 33 ChalleNge sites nationally. Number of students contracted to be trained by SALF sites = 77.550. exceeding original projections by 23.3% 7. Identify potential and on going national and local sponsoring organizations for the national expansion program in the targeted states. • • August 30.2005

Each SALF Site agreed to match funds to SALF's mini grant with in-kind services. Corporate America and private sponsorships occurred include: o o o o o Ronald McDonald House Global, Illinois Regional and Vermont Regional Charities Chicago Board of Education Illinois/New Mexico/Texas Region Blue Cross Blue Shield CCF Bank Illinois and Minnesota Comcast Communications May. 2007

Maior Findings: • • • • A slight increased interest in Pre-EMS training by corporate America after Louisiana Hurricane Katrina's disaster but still very slow. More interest in Pre-EMS, among government entities, than by private citizens. Public still assumes that it's the duty of public servants to be trained and perform and not theirs. Hospital or EMS site legal council caused extensive delayed in expanding due to liability concerns. Recent discovery by corporate interest to support SALF because of its direct affiliations with U.S. Homeland Security Significance of those findings: • • • Many funding opportunities still focus on injury prevention rather than on Pre-EMS issues Because of limited resources SALF had to be creative with site start-up to accommodate financial needs by those requesting our program Local, state and federal political representatives demonstrate more interest in the need for SALF training after witnessing classes in their district. Although there was a significant

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increase by the public and corporate America to support Pre-EMS after Louisiana's Katrina Disaster it dropped sharply soon after media coverage stopped. The strongest advocate still remains municipal leaders (mayors). General program observation: Children (K-12) continue to welcome SALF instruction and enjoy the local emergency medical professional who often becomes their mentor. Their test scores continue to demonstrate a stable level of skills retention and increased interest in helping others in need. Two reported lives were by SALF trained students shortly after they received their training. o 40,983 reported trained students - out of 77,550 of which 36,567 is still out standing i. 94% answered test questions correctly ii. 85% demonstrate an increased willingness to render aid after they were trained. Proposed work Funding extension requested to sustain SALF's infrastructure, encourage each site to seek local sponsors to retain and expand their school training independently, find avenues to promote Pre-EMS principles as an accepted practice, increase public interest, monitor the effectiveness and saturation of SALF's training, and to maximize the limited resources SALF receives to meet the growing demand of training our youth. Publications Attached - SALF training saves life of classmate Section 3 - Proposed Milestones. FY07 EXTENSION GOAL: To sustain SALF existing sites, and complete tasks that were delayed by numerous causes, including a national disaster. Objectives: o Continue training at selected sites throughout the funding period o Identify three additional program sponsors, bv February. 2007 o Use available data to evaluate program activities

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PROPOSED BUDGET Education Administrator V?^

Total $258.000 $16.160

Responsible for maintaining existing and developing programs/projects, archives, schedule training and orientation classes with schools, branch facilitators or Instructors in a timely manner, achieve yearly training quota's, verify tests, service sheets, assist in maintaining data charts, insure all paperwork is funneled to appropriate departments correctly, recruit new instructors from EMS, order and distribute training materials and equipment, work with finance clerk for processing paperwork, develop/assist with annual conferences and special events. Salary for this position totals $30,000 with benefits. Financial Clerk il $13,080

Maintains and secures accounting records, contracts, personnel files, develops budgets by project codes, prepares and files quarterly reports, withdraws grant funds, reviews invoices against PO's for accuracy, file back-up and prior authorization, processes payments for signature, records receipts and deposit monies, prepares financial statements, assists with tax preparations at the end of a quarter/year, prepares payroll and secures benefit reimbursements, prepares/issues all employment federal/state forms, reconciles bank statements and submits for review, retains employee personnel files in secured office, maintains record of employees' time off (vacation/sick/personal days) and daily work hours for payroll records. Salary for this position totals $45,000 with benefits National Project Coordinator &+ $30.000

This position is required for the general oversight of the entire project. This position will be under the supervision of the Principal Investigator. This position directs the overall operation of the project. Responsible for overseeing the implementation of national expansion of project activities, coordination with other agencies, development of materials to effectively accomplish the project, provisions of inservice and training, conducting meetings including teleconference calls, designs and directs the gatherings, tabulating and interpreting of required data and reports. Responsible for overall program evaluation including assisting in the researching and preparation of supplemental grants and for staff/consultants performance evaluation; and is the responsible authqrity of ensuring that necessary reports/documents are submitted to CDC and SALF headquarters in a timely manner. This position relates to all program objectives. Salary for this position b4 < " vith benefits.

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implementation of the project; to monitor the formation of committees and subcommittees to successfully execute the project; provide technical assistance on policy issues, review, analysis and recommendation for selection of joint grants and sponsorships, oversee all projects ensuring that they are efficient in their duties, interact and correspond with public, state and federal agencies, national associations, university research centers, etc., regarding the role and function of the project and how it relates to school health/ injury prevention and the Pre-EMS industry; participate in budget planning, standards and policy development, oversee existing programs; evaluate the job performance of each project/committee director/s, including the National Project Coordinator to insure progress of work is exemplary and within project guidelines and timelines. Salary for this position is

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SALF Instructor expense compensation is based upon the current compensation allotted by SALF for its programs. Amount to conduct £,y' class. >ne hour classes SALF will to contract 45 Instructors at £ ^ a (2512401

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Section 4 Programmatic Changes > The increased demand for SALF by federal student programs, Civil Air Patrol, U.S. National Guard Challenge program, Jr. ROTC, has made us re-evaluate the terms and conditions of applicants in hopes we can assist them in finding their own resources. > Increased research interest for the benefits of Pre-EMS by the New York Medical Collage has taken on data collection challenges and forced SALF to restructure its web based data collect system to accommodate NYMC needs.

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Attachment A Public Survey Hot Sheet (last updated 11/19/05 MV) Training and equipping volunteers to provide early deflbrillation with an AED (in public places) doubled the number of survivors to hospital discharge after cut-of-hospltal cardiac arrest" •••Hallstrom AP, Omato JP, Weisfeldt M, et al: "Public-access deflbrillation and survival after out-of-hospital cardiac arrest. New England Journal of Medicine. 351:637-646,2004). ■Bystanders performing CPR and using automated external defibrillators save as many cardiac-arrest victims as highly trained paramedics-and send more of them home with normal brain function." "•Robert Davis. USA Today Aug. 12 "CPR, defibrillators as effective as paramedics, studies say."
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While knowledge of services is strong, there is a gap in knowledge about who operates and/or funds ambulance services. A full three in 10 simply do not know which level of government is involved. 61% of general public feel there should be an increase in the percent of the total funding provided by government. 11% said there should be an increase in the percent of the total provided by individual user fees. Fully 88% of patients surveyed lived in homes with total incomes under $50,000 per year. While there was some difference between those with and without first aid and CPR training (83% vs. 78%), and whether the person was known to them or a stranger (97% vs. 89%). the majority (at least 78%) said that they would intervene in a medical emergency. •••NORTHSTAR Research Partners conducted telephone interviews with 450 Toronto residents who were selected at random. •••They also interviewed 200 patients who had recently used emergency medical services. 200 people who had called 911 and 100 facility staff who had booked non-emergency transfer services. ,,,„ •••The margin of error for the survey results (at the 95% confidence level) ranges from +/- 4.6 for the general population survey to +/- 6.9 for ambulance patients and 911 callers and +/- 9.8 for facility staff. Public attitude survey in Toronto. .

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NOTE 1: This revised Notice of Award authorizes a one-year aejj8ostd»ctfiasion ioRjoftbe 34 budget and project periods. The Budget Period Ending date ana ffieProjexrPeri Ending date are hereby changed as follows: From: May 31,2006 To: May 31,2007

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Progress Report August 31,2006 (H28/CCH623764-02) SAVE A LIFE FOUNDATION, INC. A. Progresstowardobjectives 1. Collect and analyze data on the implementation of the SALF program o With training-goalB of 77,550 students, 40,983 were trained reporting i. • £4% answering test questions correctly li. 85% answering an Increased willingness to render aid in an emergency 2. Establish relations with a medical institute famDIar with the needs of EMS to conduct research with SALPs LSFA data, to demonstrate the benefits of Life Sustaining First Aid including CPR and the Helmllch maneuver. • August 30.2005

Note: lack of interest by epidemiologists to pursue the study and review subject matter caused extensive delay. Not until January 15,2006 when SALF secured interest by fha New York Medical College.

Interest increased shortly after Louisiana's Katrine Disaster, including the "Illinois Lincoln Challenge," U.S. Coast Guard Challenge Program. National Civil Air Patrol. and Jr. ROTC, to conduct controlled research study.

3. Identify a group of experts In the field of emergency medicine, education, municipal government, corporate, federal, state and local agencies to identify states and/or communities especially those already served by SALF, to target expansion locations and assist with the implementation by • September 15.2005

SALF identified four medical experts, two municipalities, two federal, agencies, one corporate and three local agencies. The following SALF new sites were targeted by December 30.200$ Peorla Illinois' Fire Department, Illinois Illinois Lincoln Challenge, Rantoul Illinois Chicago Fire Department 9-1-1 Center, Illinois Bloomington Hospital, Bloomlngton, Illinois, Rutland County Hospital, Vermont New York Medical College, ValhaOa, NY Illinois Midway CMI Air Patrol, Chicago, IL Kankakee Hospital. Illinois U.S. Department of Defense U.S. Homeland Security VELCO (Vermont Electric Powa- Company, Inc.)

Office of Homeland Security: o U.S. Surgeon General directed all Medical Reserve Corps volunteers to become

' SALF Instructors and help train local school children and adults with SALF programs. He further Included SALF in his "Year of the Health Child" initiative. Illinois Municipal League - assisted in the development of new SALF sites. o o o o o Illinois Lincoln Challenge, Rantoul, Illinois Peorla Fire Department, Peoria, Illinois Marion Hospital, Illinois Kankakee Hospital. Illinois Bloomlngton Hospital, Illinois

VELCO - Vermont Electric Power Company, Inc. sponsored the creation of SALF site at Rutland Medical Center, Vermont American Trauma Society in Pennsylvania - SALF site In Mechanlcsburg, PA. In addition Pennsylvania Department of EMS matched SALFs support - agreed number of childrentobe trained 1200 by April 2007 U.S. Conference of Mayor's assisted: o b o SALF site, Green Bay, Wisconsin SALF site, Santa Barbara,'CA SALF site, Bumsville, MN

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SALFs new site at Rantoul, Illinois, (Lincoln's ChaileNge), developed arelationshipto include a SALF site at 33 ChaileNge sttes nationally.

Number of students contracted to be trained by SALF sites * 77.550. exceeding original projections bv23 3% 7. Identify potential and on going national and local sponsoring organizations for the national expansion program in the targeted states. • • August 30. 2005

Each SALF Site agreed to match funds to SALFs mini grant with in-kind services. Corporate America and private sponsorships occurred include: o a o o a Ronald McDonald House Global, Illinois Regional and Vermont Regional Charities Chicago Board of Education Illinois/New MexJco/Taxaa Region Blue Cross Blue Shield CCF Bank Illinois and Minnesota Comcast Communications Mavr 2007

Major Findings: • • • A slight increased interest In Pre-EMS training by corporate America after Louisiana Hurricane Katrina's disaster but still vary slow. More interest In Pre-EMS, among government entities, than by private citizens. Public still assumes that it's the duty of public servants to be trained and perform and not theirs. Hospital or EMS site legal council caused extensive delayed in expanding due to liability concerns. • Recent discovery by corporate interest to support SALF because of its direct affiliations with U.S. Homeland Security Significance of those findings: • • Many funding opportunities still focus on Injury prevention rather than on Pre-EMS issues Because of limited resources SALF had to be creative with site start-up to accommodate financial needs by those requesting our program • Local, state and federal political representatives demonstrate more interest in the need for SALF training after witnessing classes In their district Although there was a significant

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Children (K-12) continue to welcome SALF Instruction and enjoy the local emergency medical professional who often becomes theirmentor. Their test scores continue to demonstrate a stable level of skins retention and increased Interest In helping others in need. Two reported lives were by SALF trained students shortly after they received their training.

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40,983 reported trained students- out cf77,SSd of which 36,567 is still out standing i. 94%. answered test questions correcfr/ il S5% demonstrate an increased willingness to render aid afterthey were trained.

Funding extensionrequestedto sustain SALFs infrastructure, encourage each site to seek local .sponsors to retain and expend their school training independently, find avenues to promote Prelaws principles as an accepted practice, increase public Interest, monitor the effectiveness and saturation of SALFs training, and to maximize thettmltedresources SALF receives to meet the growing demand of training our youth.-

Date. Carol Spizarri President and Founds^ Save A Life Foundation, Inc.

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