EMW Annual Report 2011

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The results, financial report and donors of East Meets West in 2011

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    Myanmar Timor Leste

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    Cambodia

    Laos Cambodia Vietnam

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    Timor Leste

    Philippines

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    Im pleased to share with you in the following pages a summary of East Meets Wests many accomplishments in 2011. As we move through 2012, EMWs staff, board, partners and volunteers can look back with justifiable pride on these achievements. While pride in a job well done can and should fuel our efforts, its equally important to guard against complacency. A fast-changing world requires that we continually evaluate not just whether our approach is effective, but whether the problems we are addressing continue to be relevant.

    Ten years ago, after my first trip to Viet-nam as head of EMW, a Vietnam veteran friend asked me about the situation with the Amerasian children left behind by US servicemen. Hed heard that they were treated poorly by the community and by officials, and clearly felt bad about it. I had to remind him that by now those children were in their mid-thirties and likely facing a different set of problems. Oh, right! he said, smacking his hand into his forehead.To remain effective (and avoid smacking our figurative foreheads) EMW, like all development organizations, has to avoid getting so focused on what we do well that we forget the world is constantly changing. To give an obvious example, a few decades ago, the attention of global development experts was focused on helping children attend primary school to achieve basic lit-eracy. In todays world, its increasingly ap-parent that what poor and middle income countries need are large numbers of well-educated young people. In places where EMW works, from India to the Philip-pines and Vietnam, there is both a large amount of underemployment and a drastic shortage of skilled labor.What these countries lack, I would argue, are colleges able to provide a decent edu-cation at a reasonable price to a significant percentage of high school graduates. And what young people from disadvantaged backgrounds now need is not help going to

    Warm Regards,

    John Anner President East Meets West

    primary school (governments by and large have done a reasonable job at this, with some notable exceptions), but help staying in high school and moving on to college.So Im very happy to report that in 2011, EMWs high school scholarship program supported almost 8,000 students. And Im equally pleased to announce that in 2012 we are launching our first significant program to assist a group of very motivated, accomplished high school graduates to go to college paying for their tuition, room and board. If you have a child attending college in the United States, youre in for some reverse sticker shock. In Vietnam, where EMW is piloting the program, $1,000 a year covers it all. This year we expect to sup-port a few dozen young people (all guaranteed full four-year support), and hope to see the program grow from there. At EMW, we cultivate a very necessary double vision. We keep one eye firmly on our programs, ensur-ing they produce cost-effective, durable and verifiable results. We keep the other eye on trends in the areas we work in, both in terms of programs and geography. The world is constantly changing, and we need to change with it lest we find ourselves solving yesterdays problems.As always, thank you so much for your con-tinued support of the children and families EMW works with in Asia, and if you would like to support one of these fine young college hopefuls, please let me know.

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    EMW PRESIDENT JOHN ANNER WITH SPELL STUDENT

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    expenditures by functional area

    n programs 92%n management 3% & general n fundraising 5%

    n individuals 13%n institutions 51%n in-kind 6%n corporations 6%n foundations 24%

    revenue sources 2011

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    Income and expenses are for both the East Meets West and Reach Vietnam. Restricted funds are designated for specific programs or projects. Unrestricted funds can be used for any purpose.

    CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES EAST MEETS WEST & REACH VIETNAMFOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 2011

    UNRESTRICTED TEMPORARILY TOTAL RESTRICTED

    SUPPORT & REVENUE

    Donations $155,077 $3,274,947 $3,430,024

    Grants 3,699,791 1,199,928 4,899,719

    Investment income 99,916 - 99,916

    In-kind donations 1,096,833 - 1,096,833

    Net assets released from restrictions 8,756,648 (8,756,648) -

    Total Support & Revenue $13,808,265 $(4,281,773) $9,526,492

    EXPENSES

    Program services $12,484,315 - $12,484,315

    Management & general 429,339 - 429,339

    Fundraising 674,559 - 674,559

    Total Expenses $13,588,213 - $13,588,213Changes in net assets 220,052 (4,281,773) (4,061,721)

    Net assets at beginning of year 4,882,407 21,487,030 26,369,437

    Net Assets at End of Year $5,102,459 $17,205,257 $22,307,716

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    Reach Vietnam is a subsidiary of East Meets West. Restricted funds are designated for specific programs or projects.

    Unrestricted funds can be used for any purpose.

    CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF NET ASSETS EAST MEETS WEST & REACH VIETNAMFOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 2011

    ASSETS

    Cash and cash equivalents $5,842,097

    Grants and accounts receivable (net) 7,856,169

    Investments at fair value 9,197,777

    Other current assets 63,430

    Property and equipment (net) 11,626

    Total Assets $22,971,099

    LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS

    LIABILITIES

    Accounts payable & accrued expenses $314,256

    Accrued payroll and other benefits 249,127

    Loan Payable 100,000

    Total Liabilities $663,383 NET ASSETS

    Unrestricted net assets $5,102,459

    Temporarily restricted net assets 17,205,257

    Total Net Assets $22,307,716

    Total Liabilities and Net Assets $22,971,099

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  • $100,000 +ORGANIZATIONS Albatros Foundation Amici Della Neonatologia Trentina AusAID Institut Europeen de Cooperation et de Developpement Ronald McDonald House Charities The Atlantic Philanthropies The Boeing Company The Ford Foundation The Lemelson Foundation The World Bank USAID

    INDIVIDUALS

    Jack & Rose-Marie Anderson Neil Barsky & Joan Davidson Eric Hemel & Barbara Morgen John & Tina Keker Gil & Barbara Kemp

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    $99,999 TO $25,000ORGANIZATIONS Blue Planet Network Dai-Ichi Life Henry E. Niles Foundation Linfox Prudential Vietnam Assurance Private Ltd Smart Tulip Foundation Surya Carpet Incorporated /Satya Tiwari The Ford Foundation University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Vietnam Education Society VNHelp

    INDIVIDUALS Lien & Martin Cibulka Jerome & Nancy Falk George Miller & Janet McKinley Steven Reynolds & Susan Wolf

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    $24,999 TO $10,000 ORGANIZATIONS

    Center for the Encouragement of Self Reliance

    Friends of Danang

    Intel Products Co, Ltd.International Children Assistance Network Morrison & Foerster FoundationMTTS Piedmont Community ChurchShinoda Junko Femin GroupSingapore International School Vietnam Talisman Co, Ltd.The Greenwood Company INDIVIDUALSCharles Gilreath Stephen Gunther & Linda EssakowPaul Huddleston & Dori BoudreauFrederick Khedouri & Sarah GlazerLuciano MocciaRichard Osman & Trang LePeter Singer & Marjorie Kagawa-Singer

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    $9,999 TO $5,000

    ORGANIZATIONS

    BBGV Climb for a CauseKeker Family Foundation

    Mr. Dam & EmOlympus Pacific Minerals, Inc.PATH Smart Tulip FoundationSummit Preparatory Charter High SchoolThe DOVE Fund

    INDIVIDUALS

    John & Devora AnnerWilliam BucholtzWilliam & Phyllis DraperLawrence & Judith GlendinningJohn GulickBarbara KafkaDaniel KnoxThomas Low & Priscilla JoeAlexander NguyenThu NguyenDan & Paula ReingoldSteven & Mary Swig

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    $4,999 TO $1,000 ORGANIZATIONS

    ABC International SchoolAsian Americans & Pacific Islanders in PhilanthropyCanada RocksCanadian Chamber of Commerce VietnamDisability Sport and RecreationEngineers Without Borders - AustraliaErik Niemann Paintings & PhotographyErnst & Young LLPFedEx Representative OfficeFriends of the Central HighlandsFriends of the Vinh Son Montagnard Catholic OrphanageGlassybabyHale School

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    Health Care & CommunicationsHealth Research for ActionHeart of Hope InternationalHope Lutheran ChurchIBM Employee Charitable Contribution CampaignInternational Water ForumLinon Home Decor Products, IncLivingry FoundationMichael E. Low Physical TherapyNikko Hotel, HanoiOsprey PacksPiedmont Community ChurchQualcomm, Inc.Rotary Club of Fishermans Wharf - SFRotary Club of Jasper, ABRotary Club of the Valley of the Moon, CARotary of Novato, CASeattle 4 RotarySevenoaks SchoolTauck Romano Innovative Philanthropy, Inc.The Anderson Fund FoundationUNICEF Vietnam

    INDIVIDUALS

    Carolyn Akinbami & Steven LeesDavid Axelrad & Liza BercoviciBrantly Baynes Jack Bernard & Marilynn WestermanMichael BlumsteinPeter & Alice BronerWilliam & Debby BrownDavid CassidyMark Conroy & Tam HoangMary Jo CookWendy Crisafulli & Steve CalhounPaul Dempsey

    James DietzenbachLaureen DistefanoLawrence & Kim DongGeorge & Dale DrugerEdward FilangeriGary FriedmanRachelle Galloway-Popotas & Vassilis PopotasRob GertlerGary & Virginia GodleyJeff GordmanAmanda Hamilton & Tim HemmeterMark & Janet HersheyBlaine HondaMichael HorowitzChelsey Ingenito-Fields & Ian FieldsCosimo JencksRichard & Ingrid KaiserDaniel Kaplan & Kay RichmanG. Marcus & Pamela KnightLuis & Lee LainerGenette & Bruce LiebTom LindauerTom Lockard & Alix MarduelRusty MatherJorge MestmanEllen Miller-Wachtel & Alan WachtelMatthias MorbachRick MortonPeter & Suzanne NelsonJeffrey Newman & Mary MontellaMinh NguyenStephen NguyenLorraine ParmerThomas PhamEdward & Sandy PickettGeorgia & William PollakCharles RiceRobert Riordan & Spring HillDana SachsTodd SasakiGus Schwed & Lucy Harrington

    Stan & Paulette ShulmanMark Sollek & Kimberly McNallyKeith SoukkalaKen Stones & Diana WegnerJoe SwindlehurstKhanh TranKimberly & Jeremy TroggioAnn Truong & Terry HallKhai Vu Quyen VuongTownsend Walker & Beverly MillsJack & Kanitta WellsRichard & Lan Wilkerson

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    UNDER $1,000ORGANIZATIONSAmerican Century Investments Foundation

    American International SchoolAmerigives Matching Gift CenterBank of the WestBarr Charitable FoundationBen Daviscourt Memorial FundBlurb, Inc.Cars 4 CausesConocoPhillipsGlobal Dental Educational Medical MinistriesH & K Italian Specialties, LLCInternational School Saigon PearlJeffrey A. Parker & AssociatesJPMorgan Chase FoundationKaiser Permanente Community Giving CampaignKOA BooksLake Local School DistrictManagement Recruiters of LynnwoodMichelin Company, Ltd.

    Microsoft Matching Gifts ProgramNetwork for GoodPearson Inc.Philip Morris Intl Management, S.A.Robin Tauck & PartnersSino Restaurant & LoungeSocola ChocolatesSPIRAL FoundationTexas Tech Vietnamese Student AssociationThe Coffee Bean & Tea LeafTTF FoundationVietDreams

    INDIVIDUALSJudith AbelesJoseph AcanforaGerald & Corinne AdlerFidel & Prudencia AlfonsoRobert AllenJodi AltendorfAndreas Altmann Linda & Robert AmbroseRichard & Heather AmesJohn & Rosemarie AnnerMark AnnerLaura & Perry ApelbaumRay ArcherJP Archie Wanda & Alonzo ArcosAlejandro Armendariz Jerald & Virginia BachmanJoseph Baggette V. David BakerGordon BarronGaylen BaxterLenore BeakyJohn & Mary Louise BeltraniShelley BergumRichard Berkman & Toni SeidlBrent BernardThorsten BerningerBrooke BerosCorinna BerssenIan Black Amanda BloomWilliam Bond

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    Raymond & Verena BortonRebecca BoultonDick BradleyRalph & Venus Bravo De RuedaLauren BrennerFrancine BrevettiMargaret BriggsJoseph & Judith BrillGeorge BrogdonSandy BrownTyler BrownMary Sue & S.A. BrubakerRichard Brummett & Skye BurnNgan Bui & Lam TranGloria BurtSepheen ByronDavid CainCarl CanningMichael CantorChau Cao Donald CapinAlan CarpienAmy CarrascoTerrill CasciaVernon Chaplin Si Chen Vincent CheungCatharine Ching & Mike SanbongiAndy ChuArthur & Stephanie ClancyDavid ClarkCarolyn Cohen & Alan DershowitzTerry CollingtonCarla ComminsChristopher CorsigliaRoger CostelloDianne & David CountrymanShari CountrymanCharles CraftStephen CraxtonCarlton & Linda CrenshawAmy CrichtonLaura CrichtonKeenan CrossJames CunninghamJames CurtinSarah DarleyMark DaunerKarren DavisDana Davoli

    Maria De MartiniDianne de MottAmy DeCewRaffaella DeTrizio Barman Danielle DiCaraBruce & Bernice DinnerCharles DiSogra & Susan DuffeyL Quentin DixonLisa DodgeStefanie DoerrNoreen DoloughtyLaura DoppAnn DoublierJohn & Lois DreelanMaureen DumserFrances Dunwell & Wesley NatzleThuy DuongSharon & Marc DyerPascal EasonJoanne EcclesAlison EdwardsAlbert EisenbergSusan Eisner & Joseph LeeNeil ElliottPhillip ElrodAlex & Gloria EspinozaThomas EusterbrockMichele Evoy-LaneJoanne & John FaheyRobert FaineKatherine FalkRichard Falk & Francine Falk-AllenSusanna Falk & Ashley KennedyDuyen FariaRobert FassbenderAlexander FeldmanMark FensterJean FergusonLinda FisherEthan & Sari FogelLawrence & Elizabeth ForteRobert FrankLinda FredericksDao & Michael FrenchMattie & Warren FrenchDiane FriesPeter GalbraithNigel GamageCatherine Ganley

    Dennise GarciaRichard & Kathy GariepySigmund & Carol GastDavid & Alison GellesCatherine GiffordKellda & Duane GilesCharles GinsbergJoseph GoenagaKatharina GoesslingPatrick GoguenJenna GoldbergVictor Goldberg & Patricia WaldeckElaine Goldman Kathryn & Marvin GoldsmithJudy & Dane GordonVirginia GreenRichard & Lorrie GreenePhilipp GruenerJudith GuffeySanassan GugasianAnn HaecklJames HainesNancy HammettRandolph & Joanne HankamerAmy & Thomas HanrahanE. & Joe HansonMargaret & Roger HarrellJohn HarrisAllen & Susan HasseRichard HastieDan & Van HaynesJohn & Mary Alice HeaneyBernhard HeckRoslyn HeesJoseph & Alicia HeilPat HellmanAlbert & Hertha HemelRay HendersonNancy HenningsenDavid HerschfeldJerome & Fleurette HershmanEllen Hertzmark & S. GedwiserRoger & Barbara HillAgnes HiseyAndy HoangJoseph HolewaLarry & Sandra Honomichl

    Jasper HooijerRichard & Rebecca HornerRichard HorvitzJames & Judy HowerJing HuangYolin HuangAllen HueskeDavid HurwitzPeter Hutcher & Theresa CorreiaVelma HuttonHue HuynhRichard & Odette HydeChristine IngleSheila IraniJack & Harriet IzowerBeverly & John JanusKaia JerdeAustin JohnsonThomas KaschakRaymond KeelingChristin KehoeStewart KempJohn & Nancy KemptonMarilyn & Mark KesslerLee Ketelsen & Adam ParkerSandra KiyomuraSusanne KlingerRini Kok Martha KokesMarc KrizackAnn KuhnsCalman & Jane KurtzmanJack KustraAndy KwanDiane LamKhai Lam James LampertWilliam & Barbara LarsenBinh Le Chinh Le Hans-Duc LeMark Le My Le Rachel Le Tuan Le & Huong NguyenCarol Lee Martha LeesRebecca LeesSarah LeesLeonard Leving

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    Joe LevingerMaryJane LevyShirley LincolnNancy LinnCharles LippaLinda LowRick & Elaine LowensKieu Luc Charlene LukesNathan & Cary LukesBaonhi L LuongKhanh Ly LuongCarolyn LuuRussell LyonsLynn MacFarlandBarbara Madden Q. Tuyen MaiLai Man Shirley MarHenry & Susan MarkowitzNola Masterson & Bruce JenettMarc MauerSam MauroDouglas MayThomas McAnenyPatrick & Naomi McCallJack McCombsShauna McDanielMarcia McDonaldCrosby McDowellTom McGillisRichard & Nancy McGowanJames & Gail McIntireLinda MeierMargit Meissner & Ervin BognarSusan MendelsohnNathan MercadoMargaret MerlTom MeyerCarol MillerFred & Betty MillerKirstin MillerMelvin MillerSandra MillerLee & Patricia MilovichMarek & Malgorzata MintusElizabeth & Jason MisnerSandra MorgenRichard & Bettina MossPeter Murad

    Nina NaruszewiczDon & Joy NelsonZevon Ng Bao NguyenBi NguyenChau Nguyen & Stephen NeeleyCong NguyenHung NguyenHung NguyenHuyen NguyenLinh NguyenRosalynn NguyenTai & Liem NguyenThang NguyenTien NguyenTheresa & Bruce NidetzLisa NierenbergRachel NybackRoberta OdellPhillip OginoJeanne OglesbyJohn Ong Kim ParksLorilyn & Allen ParmerFredric & Sandra ParsonsEdward & Corinne PatrickJane PatulloRalph & Linda PeneEllen & Chuck PeraltaErica PetersJennifer PetersonAlan Peto Ronald PetrieCassandra PhamJohn PhanMike & Kathie PhillipsBarbara PodellGary Polk Stuart & Lee PollakChris PostMelvin & Susan PotterBruce & Diane PringleJune PulciniSasha Rabsey & Fred BerkowitzValerie & Alan RaeHeidi RafmanBertram & Sheilah RechtschafferLucy ReckseitFariborz Rezakhanlou & Armineh TerpanchianMatthew RifkinStephen Rockower &

    Ann SablowskyMarilyn & Don RodgersSuzanne RodgersWolfgang RosenbergKaren RowanMadeleine Russell-Shapiro Janet Russo-Jacklin & William JacklinGeorge & Jeanne SamarasNgu San Patricia SandroMay & Norton SavageErich Franz Schimps Mark SegelmanJulian SharplesJames ShermanKathleen ShinkleAnne ShonkIvan ShulmanLawrence ShulmanAnne SimonsMichael & Bella SkweirJerry SmithStephen SnyderTeressa SnyderJulian SoehnchenTatjana & Gaylord SoliMonique SondheimKaren SorensonLeonard & Nicole SpivakDonnie StatomMandrea StebbinsStephen Stern & Margaret HahnBarbara StevensonPhil StoneLynn & Bertram StriebArthur & Fredna StrombergLisa SuennenSuzanne SummerThomas SurianoJohn SwenssonJames TerrillLynn ThaiBambi TranBang TranCathy TranDeidra TranDoan TranHuy Tran Long TranPhuc TranVinh TranDavid & Tara Tresner-Kirsch

    Donna Trinh & Wayne GulianMalcolm TronicPatricia TroxelAnthony TruongTheodore & Tara TybergRichard Vanden Heuvel Jack & Linda VanLoanHoa Vinh Ninh Vo Tina Vo & Quy NguyenMeghal VoraBang Vu Preeti VyasCalvin WagnerCharles WagnerFlorence WagnerRebecca WagnerJames & Mary WalshChau & Charles WaltersJohn WaltersYan WangDoug WardLinda & Gil WardClaire WarnerJ. Dix & Barbara WaymanJohn WeaverCassandra WeeJeffrey & Lynn Marie WeilMartin WeissEdo WeitsPutney & Anne WesterfieldJohn & Judith WhiteMartha & Otto WiederkehrStewart WiggersBryan WilsonRoy & Judy WolffDavid WongPatricia WoolleyLinda WorthingtonCatherine YapGary Yee Kent Yip Roger YoungMichael ZhuoRick & Susan ZimmermanJim Ziozis

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    IN-KIND GIFTSORGANIZATIONSAnchor Brewing Co.Akzo Nobel CoatingsBridges SF LLCCity of Da NangColgate VietnamDental Health AssociationsDisabled Sports USA Far WestEl Sobrante Rotary ClubGC Asia Dental Pte Ltd. Global Dental Relief Lotte Vietnam Company Ltd.Masimo CorporationMayer Brown JSMMiner Family WineryOsprey PacksSocola ChocolatesSouthwest AirlinesSugar Bowl Bakery Team AlaskaThe Greenwood CompanyUnited Parcel Service

    INDIVIDUALSRobert AllenJoseph BaggetteMs. Banh Marsha BaylonRonald & Gailmarie BerquistCorinna BerssenLauren BrennerCarl Canning Si Chen Alan ChungDong ChungKenny ChungRaymond ChungCharles CraftAmy CrichtonLaura CrichtonWendy Crisafulli & Steve CalhounTiffany Dinh Laureen DistefanoVincent DoStefanie DoerrMichelle DuongJoanne EcclesEdward Filangeri

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    Wendy FlemmingMichael & Dao French Thomas GabrielsNigel GamageVanessa Gates Katharina GoesslingKerri GreenbergAnnette Gribbins Bernhardin GruenerPhilipp GruenerWenting Guo Aaron HanEric Han Nathan HanCheung HeiAndy HoangJing HuangSusan IveyKaia JerdeMarilyn & Mark KesslerSusanne KlingerRini Kok Jasna & Adrian KunChan Kwan Pui Lai Jeff Lane Hans-Duc LeCarol Lee Rebecca LeesMaryJane LevyPham LongThomas Low & Priscilla JoeCharlene LukesNathan & Cary LukesDominique MasseriaMark MathewsLiesel MelchorKirstin MillerBud Naff Nancy NelsonZevon NgAnnie NguyenBao NguyenTuyen NguyenErik & Jennifer Niemann Meredith Overstreet & Jeffrey HomClarissa OwenTrung Phan & Carolyn HillMai PhuongRobert PikeRichard PonMelvin & Susan Potter

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    Lorilee RooneyAaron SamuelsonNgu San Julian SharplesStan & Paulette Shulman Karen SokalKaren SorensonMandrea StebbinsCarie StulzJosie StulzMichelle TaPham ThuBang Tran

    EMW EMPLOYEE CAMPAIGN

    Anonymous*John & Devora AnnerJack Bernard & Marilynn WestermanCao Vu Hoang ChauLaura Ward Collins & Michael CollinsCong Huyen Ton Nu To HanhMark ConroyDang Thanh CanhDo Thi Hong ThuyDoan Thi Thu HuongDuong Thi Thanh Thuy Rachelle Galloway-Popotas & Vassilis PopotasHo Thi Y NhiHo Quang Minh Tung Hoang Thi Hang TamHoang Ngoc DatHoang Ngoc AnhHoang Ngoc TungAvery HochhalterLai Hung Cuong Le Cao DungBill and Takako LeeDaovy Leuanduangchan

    Thomas Low & Priscilla JoeLuong Thi Khanh LyVan Tu LyMai Trieu AnLuciano MocciaNgo Dinh TrieuNguyen HiepNguyen Huu NamNguyen Van QuangNguyen Van TienNguyen Huu ToanNguyen Thi Kim HongNguyen Minh ThuNguyen Thien KhiemNguyen Manh Hung Nguyen Ngoc Phuong HoangNguyen Thi Thu Hien Nguyen Thi My Huong Nguyen Thi Thanh Xuan Nguyen Duc ThangNguyen Chau MinhNguyen Thi Minh TuNguyen Thu HuyenJohn Nguyen & Ria FresnozaMinh Chau Nguyen & Per Ljung

    Pham Thi HuongPham Minh TriPham Thi Mai Nguyet Phan Thi Hong ThoiPhan Minh TanNarin PhouvRon SmithLiliana Suryadi & Bryan DickinsonSylvia Townsend & Charles CowensTran Tan VinhTran Thi Thanh Ha Tran Thi Minh Huong Tran Thi Tra MyTran Thi Khanh Trang Truong Thi ThuyVeronica & Blandon TuberaVo Thi Van NinhVo Van HoangVo Le Phu AnVo Thi HienVu Ngoc HaVu Thuy Y Nga*30 employees

    Doan TranKimberly & Jeremy TroggioOscar ValenzuelaJoan VegotskyPraxedes VenneriMeghal VoraPreeti VyasYan WangClaire WarnerCassandra WeeJack & Kanitta WellsDestiney WhalenKent Yip Michael Zhuo

    In 2010, East Meets West launched Together for Our Future, a voluntary, peer-to-peer employee giving campaign. The effort raised over $100,000, with 92% of EMW employees making three-year commitments. Below we recognize their contributions.

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    PETER A. SINGER, M.D.CHAIR

    Professor of Medicine, University of Southern California School of Medicine

    SATYA TIWARIPresident, Surya Inc.

    MINH CHAU NGUYENVietnam Country Director

    JOHN ANNERPresident

    TOM LOWExecutive Vice President

    BILL LEE Chief Financial Officer

    ANN T. TRUONGVICE CHAIR/ SECRETARY

    CPA and former EMW Chief Finan-cial Officer

    ERIC HEMEL, PH.D.TREASURER

    President, Alson Capital retired

    JEROME FALKPartner, Arnold & Porter Law Firm

    GIL KEMPFounder, Home Decorators Collection

    BARBARA KAFKADirector, The World Bank retired

    STEPHEN GUNTHERPresident and Founder, New Urban West Inc.

    ALEX NGUYENDeputy City Manager, City of Alameda

    board of directors

    executive staff

    PAULINE CAMACHO, M.D. Associate Professor of Medicine, Loyola University

    LENA TRANDirector, Business and Management UC Extension Santa Cruz

    2011 annual report

    editorsSusan Lieu

    Tom LowSylvia Townsend

    art/designRachelle Galloway-

    PopotasLiliana Suryadi

    infographicsPost + Beam

    Engin Beri Rowland Hobbs

    Conor McGlauflin

    photosTom Low

    Luciano Moccia

    board photosMichael Huynh

    financesBill Lee

    Avery HochhalterVeronica Tubera

    Ho Thi Y NhiNguyen Hiep

    Nguyen Thi Kim Vui

    donor & revenue info

    Jessica BurgJohn Hieu Nguyen

    LUCIANO MOCCIAInternational Program Director, BOL

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    The program or project is a creative solution to a difficult problem.

    There is a significant, measurable impact on the beneficiaries.

    The project can be scaled to reach many more people as funding becomes available.

    We are involved long term; we maintain an active presence after the project is complete.

    The community is involved in every stage, from planning to implementation to maintenance.

    We develop strong partnerships with local agencies.

    The mission of East Meets West

    is to transform the health,

    education and communities of disadvantaged people in Asia

    by building partnerships,

    developing opportunities and creating

    sustainable solutions.

    mission statement guiding principles

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    one year.

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    hospital with a neonatal machine to help babies

    breathe.

    $600provides a

    disadvantaged child housing,

    food, education and job training

    at the Village of Hope for one

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    $120provides an

    impoverished high school

    student a one-year

    comprehensive scholarship for

    school.

    $40 provides a

    connection to clean, piped water for the

    poorest of the poor.

    our reputationEMW has a four-star rating from Charity Navigator, the

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    our financial healthEMW has multiple funding

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