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ANNUAL REPORT

April 1, 2017 – March 31, 2018

Education Advocacy

198
NATIONAL
PRODUCTS
CONFERENCES
ATTENDED
EDUCATION GRADUATION
• Gift of Language Campaign
• Parent Advocacy app
(pending release)
6
5
• National Deaf Education
ADVOCACY PRESENTATIONS
INTAKES
Conference 2017 in Indianapolis
with 151 attendees including
STATE LEVEL
THE LEARNING CENTER
VR, IEP, 504, interpreters, School Placement, international presenters/ TRAININGS
HAWAII visitors from 10 countries
and more VIRGINIA
RHODE ISLAND
BILLS
WORKED ON ALABAMA (2)
• EHDI (Federal level) NEW YORK
• IDEA Amendment Bill KANSAS
(Cogswell-Macy Act)
• Signing is Language
Bill (federal bill from
Washington Rep)
• LEAD-K (state level)
• Deaf Children
Bill of Rights

Legislative Training

TOP5
LEGISLATIVE
TRAINING
HAWAII
ISSUES
PROVIDED 1 LEAD-K
LEGISLATIVE CERTIFICATES
OHIO
TRAINING HOURS GIVEN OUT 2 EDUCATION

44 205
SOUTH DAKOTA
SOUTH CAROLINA 3 INTERPRETING
OKLAHOMA
IOWA
NATIONAL DGM
4 EMPLOYMENT

5 EARLY INTERVENTION
Federal / Policy

LAW AND ADVOCACY CENTER (LAC) INTAKES POLICY INTAKES

275
(DATA IS APPROXIMATE)

TOP 18 CATEGORIES
242 37
Healthcare Lawyer
1 CAPTIONING 4 DATA PLANS
223 36 CITIES
Employment & VR Family Law/CPS 2 CDL 5 TRANSPORTATION VISITED
117 35 3 HR620 6 VRS GOLDEN, COLORADO
BERKELEY, CALIFORNIA
General Inquiries & Other Events
1,372 123 30
4
LAC INTAKES Education Immigration NUMBER OF
INTERNSHIPS = 1,424 hours
74 26
Jail/Prison Criminal Law
65 25
340 Police Interpreters and
POLICY FILINGS 27 FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS 6 CONGRESS

39
POLICY INTAKES Interpreter Agencies COMMISSION
53 1 GOVERNMENT
Courts 22 1 DEPARTMENT OF ACCOUNTABILITY OFFICE
Landlord/Tenant TRANSPORTATION
3 DIGITAL-TO-ANALOG
48
Businesses and 20 1 TRANSPORTATION SECURITY
ADMINISTRATION
COMMUNICATIONS
Companies Local Government
44 10
TRS Denial Housing

Events

NAD LEADERSHIP TRAINING CONFERENCE – NAD GALA – NFL SUPER
SEPTEMBER 2017 NOVEMBER 2017 BOWL LII –

3
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK WASHINGTON, D.C. FEBRUARY 2018

192
MINNEAPOLIS,
AWARDS GIVEN MINNESOTA
NUMBER OF
WORKSHOPS

6
NUMBER OF ATTENDEES
BOARD MEETINGS

27
NUMBER OF
HARTFORD, CT

9
VOLUNTEERS
April 2017

200+
ATTENDEES
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK
September 2017

HONOLULU, HI
January 2018

Described and Captioned Media Program

6
ONLINE 911 NEW ITEMS ADDED to the
dcmp.org Debut of a completely
TRAINING collection of on-demand accessible, educational
redesigned website
MODULES media. The DCMP collection currently has
OFFERED almost 7,500 titles.

430K
APPROXIMATE NUMBER
OF HOURS of accessible
content via various platforms.
6.2M PAGE VIEWS
Distributed technical assistance and
informational articles, captioning and
description guidelines, and other media
through the Learning Center and Gateway.

118 9,053
With the continuation of the Accessible
NEW Television Portal, which provides
EPISODES access to accessible versions of NEW DCMP MEMBERS
ADDED children’s television programming.

Community

Facebook 33.5K FOLLOWERS
“Ask Howard Anything” video released in
September 2017 had more than 66,000 views
TOP VIEWS

Instagram 16K
FOLLOWERS
1
2
Singer Leslie Odom signs “I support ASL” 7,428 views
Jr. NAD members discuss how workshop topics apply to their everyday lives 7,055 views

TOP 3 POSTS

Twitter 18.5KFOLLOWERS
1
2
3
“The Silent Child” Wins an Oscar March 2018
House of Reps to vote on ADA Education and Reform Act of 2017 February 2018
Eleven Deaf and Hard of Hearing lawyers sworn in and admitted to the
Bar of the United States Supreme Court January 2018

1,282 4,197
TOP 3 VIDEOS
1 ALERT: EHDI Is Up for Re-Authorization April 2017
YouTube 2 Ask Howard Anything 2017 April 2017
VIDEOS SUBSCRIBERS 3 Deaf History That – “Education” April 2017
Youth

YOUTH AMBASSADOR 26th Biennal Jr. NAD Conference

9
TANEA BROWN OMAHA, NE

PARTICIPANTS:

6
82 38 23
Total Visits
Youth Leadership Camp 2017 Total Guest
STAYTON, OREGON Presenters

63 23 192
DELEGATES & ADVISORS JR. NAD
OBSERVERS CHAPTERS

CAMPERS STAFF Total Hours of
Community Service
Financial Activity

$3.5M
TOTAL REVENUE
Revenue
PUBLIC SUPPORT:
$ Expenses
PROGRAM SERVICES:
$
FEDERAL GRANTS/CONTRACTS 1,863,560 FEDERAL GRANTS 1,863,560

$2.5M
MEMBERSHIP 124,752 LAW AND ADVOCACY 474,011

BEQUESTS 219,420 YOUTH PROGRAMS 228,869

TOTAL PUBLIC OTHER CONTRIBUTIONS 329,764 MARKETING 132,628
SUPPORT MEMBERSHIP 81,731
TOTAL PUBLIC SUPPORT 2,537,496

CONFERENCES 54,969
PROGRAM REVENUE: TOTAL PROGRAM SERVICES EXPENSES 2,835,768
LEGAL CONSULTING AND COURT AWARDS 177,401

$432K
YOUTH PROGRAMS 157,081 SUPPORTING SERVICES:

CONFERENCES 97,630 MANAGEMENT AND GENERAL 274,053
TOTAL PROGRAM FUNDRAISING EXPENSES 28,610
TOTAL PROGRAM REVENUE 432,112
REVENUE
TOTAL SUPPORTING SERVICES EXPENSES 302,663

$544K OTHER REVENUE: TOTAL EXPENSES 3,138,431
TOTAL OTHER INVESTMENT INCOME 489,277
REVENUE
OTHER INCOME 55,536 CHANGE IN NET ASSETS 375,990

TOTAL OTHER REVENUES 544,813 NET ASSETS, BEGINNING OF YEAR 6,687,440

TOTAL REVENUES 3,514,421 NET ASSETS, END OF YEAR 7,063,430

Where We Are Now

SPONSORS
Alternative Communication Eisenberg & Baum Renaissance Washington D.C.
$109,750 Services Downtown Hotel
CORPORATE Gallaudet University
DONATIONS AMC Networks/Sundance Now SLRS
Lyft
Anderson Family Foundation Sorenson Communications
JP Morgan Chase & Co.
$4,940
Brown Goldstein Levy Sprint Relay/Federal Relay
“IN-KIND”
DONATIONS
Microsoft
CBS TracFone Wireless
$201.7K
NFL Foundation
CIA Verizon
$87,062 NTID/RIT
TOTAL DONATIONS INDIVIDUAL
ClearCaptions VOTEC
DONATIONS Purple Communications/ZVRS
Comcast/NBC Universal

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