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106TH CONGRESS 1 I REPORT

2d Session j HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES ( 1 0 6 _ 1 0 33

MAKING OMNIBUS CONSOLIDATED AND EMERGENCY


SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS FOR FISCAL YEAR 2001

DECEMBER In, 2000.—Ordered to be printed

MT. YOUNG of Florida, from the committee of conference,


submitted the following

CONFERENCE REPORT
I To accompany H.R. 45771

The committee of conference on the disagreeing votes of the


two Houses on the amendment of the Senate to the bill (H.R. 4577)
"making appropriations for the Departments of Labor, Health and
Human Services, and Education, and related agencies for the fiscal
year ending September 30, 2001, and for other purposes", having
met, after full and free conference, have agreed to recommend and
do recommend to their respective Houses as follows:
That the House recede from its disagreement to the amend­
ment of the Senate, and agree to the same with amendments, as
follows:
In lieu of the m a t t e r stricken and inserted by said amendment,
insert:
SUCTION 1. (a) The provisions of the following bills of the 106th
Congress are hereby enacted into law:
(7) H.R. 5656, as introduced on December 14, 2000.
(2) H.R. 5657, as introduced on December 14, 2000.
(3) H.R. 5658, as introduced on December 14, 2000.
(4) H.R. 5666, as introduced on December 15, 2000.
(5) H.R. 5660, as introduced on December 14, 2000.
(6) H.R. 5661, as introduced on December 14, 2000.
(7) H.R. 5662, as introduced on December 14, 2000.
(8) H.R. 5663, as introduced on December 14, 2000.
(9) H.R. 5667, as introduced on December 15, 2000.
(b) In publishing this Act in slip form and in the United States
Statutes at Large pursuant to section 112 of title 1, United States
Code, the Archivist of the United States shall include after the date
of approval at the end appendixes setting forth the texts of the bills
referred to in subsection (a) of this section and the text of any other
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The conference agreement includes $10,000,000 for authorized
health-related activities of the Denali Commission.
The conference agreement includes $139,246,000 for program
management instead of $128,123,000 as proposed by the House and
$135,766,000 as proposed by the Senate.
The conferees include the following amounts for the following
projects and activities in fiscal year 2001:
—$230,000 for the Illinois Poison Center;
—$250,000 for the University of Alaska to establish an
INPSYCH Center to train Alaska natives as psychologists to prac­
tice in Alaska villages;
—$500,000 for the University of Alaska, Anchorage to recruit
and train nurses;
—$700,000 to support the efforts of the American Federation
for Negro Affairs Education and Research Fund of Philadelphia;
—$900,000 for Northeastern University in Boston, Massachu­
setts to train doctors to serve low-income communities; and
—$900,000 for Des Moines University Osteopathic Medical
Center for development of a model program for training and edu­
cation in the field of geriatrics.
The Child Health Act of 2000 authorizes oral health activities
intended to improve the oral health of children under six years of
age who are eligible for services provided under a Federal health
program. These activities should increase the utilization of dental
services by such children and decrease the incidence of early child­
hood and baby bottle tooth decay. The conferees are supportive of
these efforts.
CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION
DISEASE CONTROL, RESEARCH, AND TRAINING
The conference agreement includes $3,868,027,000 for disease
control, research, and training instead of $3,386,369,000 as pro­
posed by the House and $3,251,996,000 as proposed by the Senate.
The conference agreement includes $175,000,000 for equip­
ment, construction, and renovation of facilities as proposed by the
Senate instead of $145,000,000 as proposed by the House. The con­
ference agreement includes bill language to allow CDC to enter
into a single contract or related contracts for the full scope of devel­
opment and construction of facilities as proposed by the Senate.
The House bill provided this authority only for laboratory building
18.
The conference agreement includes a total of $97,354,000 for
the National Center for Health Statistics instead of $86,759,000 as
proposed by the House and $105,110,000 as proposed by the Sen­
ate. The conference agreement also includes bill language desig­
nating $71,690,000 of the total to be available to the Center under
the Public Health Service Act one percent evaluation set-aside as
proposed by the House instead of $91,129,000 as proposed by the
Senate.
The conference agreement includes bill language to allow funds
recouped from fiscal years 2000 and 2001 obligations for the influ­
enza vaccine stockpile to be used in fiscal year 2001 for childhood
vaccine purchase.
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—$92,000 for the Rebuild program at Inova Fairfax Hospital
t h a t will enable trauma system doctors and nurses to work effec­
tively with the families of t r a u m a victims;
—$200,000 for the National Children's Center of Rural Agricul­
tural Health;
—$250,000 for the American Trauma Society for a trauma in­
formation and exchange program;
—$425,000 for the National SAFE KIDS Campaign, Wash­
ington, DC to improve child health through parental training and
technical assistance in public housing sites and communities;
—$750,000 for an Alaska Injury Prevention Center of which
$250,000 is for collaboration with the State of Alaska Department
of Health and Social Services and $500,000 is to develop a state­
wide childhood injury prevention program;
—$850,000 for the Kennedy Krieger National Center for Re­
search on Behavior of Children and Youth, Baltimore, Maryland for
a youth violence prevention project; and
—$921,000 for the Save A Life Foundation to expand the train­
ing of its basic life supporting first aid program.
The conference agreement includes $119,375,000 for the na­
tional occupational safety and health program instead of
$86,346,000 as proposed by the House and $105,000,000 as pro­
posed by the Senate.
The conferees provide an increase over the request of
$10,000,000 for the National Occupational Research Agenda,
$9,000,000 for respirator research and personal protective tech­
nology, and $1,000,000 for Education and Resource Centers.
The conferees urge NIOSH to be supportive of developing a Pa­
cific basin focus at the University of Hawaii a t Hilo.
The conferees include $723,000 for Purdue University in West
Lafayette, Indiana, to support the Construction Safety Alliance for
a national program in construction safety and health.
The conference agreement includes $174,851,000 for epidemic
services instead of $155,338,000 as proposed by the House and
$30,254,000 as proposed by the Senate. Within the total provided,
$125,000,000 is for a National Campaign to Change Children's
Health Behaviors as described in the House report, including pro­
moting mental health. The campaign is designed to clearly commu­
nicate messages t h a t will help kids develop habits t h a t foster good
health over a lifetime. The conferees expect the goals of the cam­
paign will also address the growing problem of obesity in this coun­
try. By displacing the opportunity for young people to make bad
choices during after-school and weekend hours (such as being phys­
ically inactive) with opportunities to engage in positive goal-di­
rected activities (such as sports and other physical activity) the
campaign will reduce the proportion of children and adolescents
who are overweight and obese.
The conferees commend CDC's leadership role in landmine vic­
tim assistance programs and have provided an additional
$5,000,000 to support expansion of the landmine survivor program
as well as the partnership with the Landmine Survivors Network
to further develop peer support networks t h a t address the rehabili­
tative and socioeconomic needs of landmine victims in mine af­
fected countries.
1 0 7 T H CONGRESS 1 f REPORT
1st Session \ HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES [ 107_342

MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE DEPARTMENTS OF LABOR, HEALTH


AND HUMAN SERVICES, AND EDUCATION, AND RELATED AGENCIES FOR
THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 2002, AND FOR OTHER PUR­
POSES

DECEMBER 19 (legislative day, DECEMBER 8), 2001.—Ordered to be printed

Mr. REGULA, from the committee of conference,


submitted the following

CONFERENCE REPORT
[To accompany H.R. 3061]
The committee of conference on the disagreeing votes of the
two Houses on the amendment of the Senate to the bill (H.R. 3061)
"making appropriations for the Departments of Labor, Health and
Human Services, and Education, and related agencies for the fiscal
year ending September 30, 2002, and for other purposes", having
met, after full and free conference, have agreed to recommend and
do recommend to their respective Houses as follows:
That the House recede from its disagreement to the amend­
ment of the Senate, and agree to the same with an amendment, as
follows:
In lieu of the matter stricken and inserted by said amendment,
insert:
That the following sums are appropriated, out of any money in the
Treasury not otherwise appropriated, for the Departments of Labor,
Health and Human Services, and Education, and related agencies
for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2002, and for other pur-
poses, namely:
TITLE I—DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING ADMINISTRATION

TRAINING AND EMPLOYMENT SERVICES

For necessary expenses of the Workforce Investment Act, includ-


ing the purchase and hire of passenger motor vehicles, the construc-
tion, alteration, and repair of buildings and other facilities, and the
purchase of real property for training centers as authorized by the
Workforce Investment Act; the Women in Apprenticeship and Non-
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C E N T E R S FOR D I S E A S E CONTROL AND P R E V E N T I O N

DISEASE CONTROL, RESEARCH, AND TRARNTING


The conference agreement includes $4,293,151,000 for disease
control, research, ana training instead of $4,077,060,000 as pro­
posed by the House and $4,418,910,000 as proposed by the Senate.
The conference agreement includes bill language to earmark
$250,000,000 for equipment, construction, and renovation of facili­
ties as proposed by the Senate instead of $175,000,000 as proposed
by the House. Within the total provided, $6,000,000 is for data
storage infrastructure hardware and software upgrades to provide
for the remote mirroring of information between CDC data centers,
and provide heterogeneous connectivity to existing systems used at
CDC, to ensure protection, recovery, and availability of critical data
resources.
The conference agreement includes bill language to allow the
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to enter into a
single contract or related contracts for the full scope of develop­
ment and construction of facilities as proposed by the Senate. The
House bill contained no similar provision,
The conference agreement includes bill language to earmark
$143,763,000 for international HIV/AIDS instead of $137,527,000
as proposed by the House and $154,527,000 as proposed by the
Senate.
The conference agreement does not include bill language to
earmark funds for the National Pharmaceutical Stockpile within
CDC. The agreement includes bill language for this purpose within
the Public Health and Social Services Emergency Fund.
The conference agreement includes a total of $126,978,000 for
the National Center for Health Statistics as proposed by both the
House and the Senate. The agreement also includes bill language
designating $23,286,000 of the total to be available to the Center
from the Public Health Service Act evaluation set-aside as proposed
by the House, The Senate bill contained no similar provision.
The conferees urge CDC to review the Pregnancy Risk Assess­
ment Monitoring Survey to explore the feasibility of establishing a
uniform State and national reporting system of pregnancy related
complications for women, to provide technical assistance to States
in examining pregnancy related health data, to track interventions
and patterns of care received, and to conduct research into the
causes of and interventions for pregnancy complications, especially
for complications relating to disparities in mother and infant out­
comes for different racial and ethnic populations.
The conference agreement includes $90,078,000 for birth de­
fects, developmental disabilities, disability and health instead of
$80,280,000 as proposed by the House and $88,748,000 as proposed
by the Senate.
Within the total provided, $12,000,000 is for fetal alcohol syn­
drome, $3,000,000 is to support the Christopher Reeve Paralysis
Foundation, and $2,000,000 is to expand surveillance and epide-
miological efforts of Duchenne and Becker muscular dystrophy in
the United States.
Within the total provided, $2,800,000 is for a Special Olympics
Healthy Athletes Initiative to help train health professionals and
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—$440,000 for the Children's Medical Center of Dallas, Center
for Infectious Diseases, Advanced Diagnostics, and Emerging
Pathogens for efforts to improve the early detection, prevention and
control of meningitis, sepsis, pneumonia and myocarditis and for
research on the immune responses of at-risk populations;
—$500,000 is for the University of Idaho, Post Falls for bio-
medical sensor electronics development; and
—$500,000 for the State of Utah Health Department to assist
local health authorities in ensuring the safety of food and to protect
against communicable disease outbreaks during the 2002 Winter
Olympic and Paralympic Games in Salt Lake City.
The conference agreement includes $149,767,000 for injury
control instead of $143,655,000 as proposed by the House and
$146,655,000 as proposed by the Senate.
Within the total provided, $2,000,000 above the budget request
is to expand current activities to better understand the scope of
child abuse and neglect and its consequences. These activities could
include examining child fatality review systems, supporting States
in their collection of surveillance data, improving data collection on
the incidence of child maltreatment through the development of
consensus definitions, and supporting the implementation and eval­
uation of interventions aimed at the prevention of child maltreat­
ment.
Within the total provided, $1,500,000 above the budget request
is for the National Violent Death Reporting System to gather infor­
mation on the circumstances of violent deaths and develop effective
methods of prevention and intervention.
Within the total provided, $125,000 is for the trauma informa­
tion and exchange program.
The conferees have included funds for the continuation of the
Iowa Injury Control Center.
The conferees include the following amounts for the following
projects and activities in fiscal year 2002;
—$37,000 for the Save A Life Foundation, Inc. in Schiller
Park, Illinois to expand the training of its basic life supporting first
aid program;
—$100,000 for the Westchester County, New York, Depart­
ment of Emergency Services to develop and implement a training
program in pediatric trauma for pre-hospital providers; and
—$450,000 for the National SAFE KIDS Campaign, Wash­
ington DC for its SAFE KIDS AT HOME project to improve child
health through outreach to public housing and other at-risk com­
munities.
The conference agreement includes $276,460,000 for occupa­
tional safety and health instead of $270,135,000 as proposed by the
House and $276,135,000 as proposed by the Senate.
Within the total provided, $2,000,000 is for the Education and
Research Centers to expand research activities in support of imple­
mentation of NORA and $2,000,000 is to develop an intramural
and extramural prevention research program t h a t will target all
aspects of workplace violence and to coordinate its efforts with the
Departments of Justice and Labor,
The conferees have provided sufficient funds for NIOSH to
carry out research and related activities aimed at protecting work-
1 0 8 T H CONGRESS 1 f REPORT
1st Session \ HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES [ 108_401

MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR AGRICULTURE, RURAL DEVELOPMENT,


FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION, AND RELATED AGENCIES FOR THE
FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 2004, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES

NOVEMBER 25, 2003.—Ordered to be printed

Mr. YOUNG of Florida, from the Committee on conference,


submitted the following

CONFERENCE REPORT
[To accompany H.R. 2673]
The committee of conference on the disagreeing votes of the
two Houses on the amendment of the Senate to the bill (H.R. 2673)
"making appropriations for Agriculture, Rural Development, Food
and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies for the fiscal year
ending September 30, 2004, and for other purposes", having met,
after full and free conference, have agreed to recommend and do
recommend to their respective Houses as follows:
That the House recede from its disagreement to the amend­
ment of the Senate, and agree to the same with an amendment, as
follows:
In lieu of the matter stricken and inserted by said amendment,
insert:
SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE.
This Act may be cited as the "Consolidated Appropriations Act,
2004".
SEC. 2. TABLE OF CONTENTS.
The table of contents for this Act is as follows:
Sec. 1. Short title.
Sec. 2. Table of contents.
Sec. 3. References.
DIVISION A—AGRICULTURE, RURAL DEVELOPMENT, FOOD AND DRUG AD-
MINISTRATION, AND RELATED AGENCIES PROGRAMS APPROPRIATIONS,
2004
Title I—Agricultural Programs
Title II—Conservation Programs
Title HI—Rural Development Programs
Title IV—Domestic Food Programs
Title V—Foreign Assistance and Related Programs
Title VI—Related Agencies and Food and Drug Administration
Title VII—General Provisions
90-637
757
House and Senate Appropriations Committees on the status of
these potential payments by February 1, 2004,
VACCINE INJURY COMPENSATION PROCEAM TRUST FUND
The conference agreement includes $3,222,000 for the adminis­
trative costs associated with the Vaccine Injury Compensation Pro-
fram instead of $3,472,000 as proposed by the House and
2,972,000 as proposed by the Senate.
CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION
DISEASE CONTROL, RESEARCH, AND TRAINING
The conference agreement includes $4,545,472,000 for disease
control, research, ana training at the Centers for Disease Control
and Prevention (CDC), instead of $4,588,671,000 as proposed by
the House and $4,494,496,000 as proposed by the Senate. In addi­
tion, $212,134,000 is made available under Section 241 of the Pub­
lic Health Service Act, the same a s proposed by the Senate. The
House bill proposed t h a t $13,226,000 be derived under Section 241
authority.
The conference agreement includes language proposed by the
Senate inserting the word "purchase" before the phrase, "hire,
maintenance, and operation of aircraft." The House proposed no
similar language.
The conference agreement includes bill language earmarking
$262,000,000 for equipment, construction, and renovation of facili­
ties, instead of $260,000,000 as proposed by the Senate. The House
proposed $206,000,000 for this activity. Within this total,
$250,000,000 is for continuation of CDC's Facilities in Atlanta and
$9,600,000 is for the second year costs of replacing CDC's infectious
disease laboratory in Fort Collins, Colorado and $2,400,000 is to
begin replacement of CDC's facilities in Cincinnati, Ohio, The con­
ferees continue to support the implementation of CDC's Buildings
and Facilities Master Plan and are pleased with the progress made
to date,
The conferees expect the CDC to utilize a portion of the funds
provided for buildings and facilities to continue and expand secu­
rity improvements to ensure critical information reliability for re­
sponse to critical events, as well as to conduct increasingly varied
public health missions.
The conference agreement includes bill language to allow the
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to enter into a
single contract or related contracts for the full scope of develop­
ment and construction of facilities as proposed by both the House
and the Senate. The conference agreement also includes bill lan­
guage to allow funds appropriated to the CDC to be used to enter
into a long-term ground lease for construction on non-Federal land,
in order to replace their laboratory in the Fort Collins, Colorado
area as proposed by both the House and Senate.
The conference agreement includes bill language to earmark
$293,569,000 for international HIV/AIDS, with $150,000,000 ear­
marked for the International Mother and Child HIV Prevention
Initiative, the same as proposed by the Senate. The House pro­
posed $242,569,000 for international HIV/AIDS, with $100,000,000
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Oral Vaccine Institute in Las Vegas, NV for the development of in­
novative vaeeine delivery alternatives 900,000
Osleopalhic Medical Center of Texas, Foi't Worth, TX, for the study
of the use of hyperbarie oxygen therapy for people with cei'ebral
palsy and other disabling conditions 600,000
Partnership for Food Safely, Washington, DC, for The Fight BAC!
campaign to reduce t h e incidents oi loodborne illnesses 500,000
Pennsylvania Breast Cancel' Coalition, Ephrala, PA for the devel­
opment of a Pennsylvania health care insurance resource guide 2.T.UUI)
Pennsylvania Tourette Syndrome Association Inc., Gettysburg, PA,
to provide education, information services, and workshops re­
garding Tourette Syndrome 30,000
Pinnacle Health System, H a n i s b u r g , PA to develop and implement
Pinnacle Health System's "Safe Care Delivery System/' to use in­
novative technologies in an effort to reduce medical errors 250,000
Pueblo Community Diabetes Project, Pueblo, CO, for a diabetes
prevention initiative 150,000
Saint Vincent Health Center, Eiie, PA for a cardiac disease man­
agement program 15,000
Save a Life Foundation, Schiller Park, IL, for training 1,175,000
Sister to Sister—Eveiyone Has a Heart Foundation to increase
women's awareness of heart disease, Washington, DC 400,000
Slippery Rock University, Slippery Rock, PA, for the Center on Dis­
ability and Health to promote and encourage regular physical ac­
tivity 161,000
South Dakota State University College of Pharmacy in Brookings,
SD to support pharmacist immunization training EiO.OUO
Spinal Muscular Atrophy Foundation, New York, NY for a spinal
muscular atrophy initiative 100,000
State of Alaska Department of Health and Social Services Obesity
Prevention and Control program Sou,000
Texas Children's Hospital, Houston, Texas, for a Childhood Obesity
Project 350,000
Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology, Lancaster, PA, for im­
proved first responder communications 25,000
University of Findlay Center for Terrorism Preparedness, Findlay,
OH 250,000
University of Georgia Center for Leadership in Education and Ap­
plied Research in Mass Dcstmetion Defense (CLEARMADD) to
train public health professionals 225,000
University of Kentucky Research Foundation, Lexington, KY, to es­
tablish a state-of-the-art early detection and outreach program
for a i*ural population with high incidences and low survivability
of lethal cancel's, including lung, esophageal, pancreatic, and
liver cancer 1,000,000
University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY, Center for Improving
Medication Related Healthcare Outcomes to identify medieation
errors 1,000,000
University of Louisville Research Foundation, Louisville KY, for
the Center for Oral Health and Systemic Disease 700,000
University of Louisville, Cardiovascular Innovation Institute, Lou­
isville, KY, for a Cardiac Regeneration Program 1,500,000
Univei'sity of Louisville, Center for the Detenence of Bioteirorism
and Biowarfare, Louisville, KY, to educate public health officials
in detecting and responding to biological attacks 1,500,000
University of Nebraska Medical Center, National Biosecurity Cen­
ter for Rural Health, Omaha, NE, to develop and expand an elec­
tronic system to address the threat of bioterrorism 1,000,000
Univei'sity of North Texas Health Science Center at Forth Worth,
TX, for diabetes prevention and control 1,500,000
University of Northern Iowa, Youth Fitness and Obesity Institute,
Cedar Falls, IA for an evaluation of preschool health programs 525,000
Univei'sity of Oklahoma, Norman, OK for the Center for Chemical,
Biological, Radiological and Nuelear (CBRN) Countcrmeasures ... 400,000
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Pittsburgh, PA for the
Strategic Medical Intelligence Initiative 150,000
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Save a Life Foundation, Schiller Park, IL Year Enacted: 2005


Code: Continuation
1 recipient will receive $ 5 0 0 , 0 0 0 . This is a continuing earmark. 04164

Description: expansion of state-wide training sites

Beneficiary/Recipient fsKi""' Program Type Address

Save a Life Foundation, Schiller Park, $500 Public Health 9950 W. Lawrence, Suite
IL Improvement 300
Recipient ID (DUNS# or OTHER) Schiller Park, IL
(80920437)

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SAVE A LIFE FOUNDATION CAROL J. SPIZZIRRI


PRESIDENT AND FOUNDER PRESIDENT AND FOUNDET
9950 WEST LAURENCE AVENUE, SUITE 300 9950 WEST LAWRENCE AVENUE, SUITE 300
SCHILLER PARK, IL 60176 SCHILLER PARK, IL 60176
APPROVED BUDGET (EXCLUDES PHS DIRECT ASSISTANCE) 12. AWARD COHPUTATIOH FDR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

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ALTERATIONS AHD RENOVATIONS 0 C . LESS CUMULATIVE PRIOR AWARDS FROM T H I S BUDGET P E R I O D *
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CONSORT IUH/CDNTRACTOAL COSTS 6,671
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TITLE OF PROJECT (OR PROGRAM)
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PRESIDENT AND FOUNDER PRESIDENT AND FOUNDER
9950 WEST LAWRENCE AVENUE, SUITE 300 9950 WEST LAWRENCE AVENUE, SUITE 300
SCHILLER PARK, IL 60176 SCHILLER PARK, IL 60176
APPROVED BUDGET (EXCLUDES PUS DIRECT ASSISTANCE) 12 AWARD COMPUTATION FOR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE
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PARTICIPATION
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FRINGE BENEFITS * 17,250 BUDGET TOTAL DIRECT BUDGET TOTAL D I R E C T
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I. Other Requirements Dated: June 21, 20K>. 03, 7500 Security Boulevard, Baltimore,
Sandra R. Manning, MU 21244-1850.
Technical Reporting Requirements (Because access to the interior of the
CGFM, Director, Pwcurement and Grants
Provide CUC with original plus two Office, Centers for Disease Control and HHH Building is not readily available to
copies of: Prevention (CDCj. persons without Federal Government
[FK Doc. 02-1G234 Filed G-27-02: 8:45 ami identification, commenlers are
1. Quarterly progress reports. (The encouraged to leave their comments in
BILLING CODE 4163-18-P
progress report will include a data the CMS drop slots located in the main
requirement that demonstrates measures lobhy of the building. A stamp-in clock
of effectiveness.) DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND is available for commenlers wishing to
2. Financial status report, no more HUMAN SERVICES retain a proof of filing by stamping in
than 90 days after the end of the hudget and retaining an extra copy of the
period. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid comments being filed.)
Services Comments mailed to the addresses
3. Final financial status and
performance reports, no more than 90 [CMS-2155-PN] identified for hand or courier delivery
days after the end of the project period. may be delayed and could be
Medicare and Medicaid Programs; considered late.
Send all reports to the Grants Application by the Accreditation For information on viewing public
Management Specialist identified in the Association for Ambulatory Health comments see the beginning of the
"Where to Obtain Additional Care, Inc. for Continued Deeming SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION s u c t i o n .
Information" section of this Authority for Ambulatory Surgical FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:
announcement. Centers Milonda Mitchell, (410) 736-3511.
The following additional SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: Inspection
AGENCY: Centers for Medicare &
requirements are applicable to this of Public Comments: Comments
program. For a complete description of Medicaid Services, HHS.
received timely will be available for
each, see Attachment 1 of the ACTION: Proposed notice.
public inspection as they are received,
application kit. SUMMARY: This proposed notice generally beginning approximately 3
acknowledges the receipt of a renewal weeks after publication of a document,
AR-9 Paperwork Reduction Act
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Requirements
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This and other CUC announcements, This Federal Register document is
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associated forms can be found on the online database through GPO Access, a
ADDRESSES: In commenting, please refer
CUC home page Internet address—http:/ service of the U.S. Government Printing
to file code CMS-2155-PN. Because of
hvww.cAic.govClick on "Funding" then staff and resource limitations, we cannot Office. The web site address is: hup://
"Grants and Cooperative Agreements." accept comments by facsimile (FAX) www.acccss.gpo.gov/nnra/indox.html.
transmission. Mail written comments (1 SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION:
For business management assistance,
contact: Van A. King, Grants original and 3 copies) to the following I. Background
Management Specialist, Procurement address: Centers for Medicare &
Under the Medicare program, eligible
and Grants Office, Centers for Uisease Medicaid Services, Ueparlment of
beneficiaries may receive covered
Control and Prevention, 2920 Health and Human Services, Attention:
services in an ambulatory surgical
Brandywine Road, Room 3000, Atlanta, CMS-2155-PN, P.O. Box 8013,
center (ASC) provided the ASC meets
GA 30341-4146, Telephone number Baltimore, MU 21244-8013.
certain requirements. Seclion
(770) 488-2751, email address:
Please allow sufficient time for mailed l832(a)(2)(F)(i) of the Social Security
vbk5@cdc.gov. Act (the Act) authorizes the Secretary to
comments to be timely received in the
For program technical assistance, event of delivery delays. establish distinct criteria for facilities
contact: Uoug Browne, Project Officer, If you prefer, you may deliver (by seeking designation as an ASC. Under
National Center for Injury Prevention hand or courier) your written comments this authority, the Secretary has set forth
and Control, Centers for Uisease Control (1 original and 3 copies) to one of the in regulations minimum requirements
and Prevention, 4770 Buford Highway, following addresses: Room 445-G, that an ASC must meet to participate in
Mailstop F - 4 1 , Atlanta, GA 30341, Hubert H. Humphrey Building, 200 Medicare. The regulations at title 42,
Telephone number (770) 488-1509, Independence Avenue, SW., part 416 (Ambulatory Surgical Services)
email address: drh7@cdc.gov. Washington, UC 20201, or Room C 5 - 1 4 - of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR)
SALF
Save A Life Foundation

Annual Report
2006-2007

Homeland citizen^.
Security
-(Executive Board of Directors^)-
P resident A d v i s o n BtHird
ken Atderson ft-esidenl. tilings Mu™ci|ml League
Carol J. Spizzirri. Dcrefc L. Crawford, Ruponal Director c-i"Governmcnl AHMrs
President and Founder Allria • IL
Save A Life Foundation - IL Edward Crews FF/EMT-P Vice Presidenr.
Assort aled Fire Fighters prI Hindis
Treasurer John DonJeavy. President and CEO VELCO - VT
Mark Friedman MD. FACEP FACP - IL
Douglas R. Browne. ]3an~et] Paneiscqi Kale Kids C'oordmator - ]U
Treasurer Hob Ryan Vice Presidenl t.ov'I Affairs Comcast - IL
DBMD. Centers for Disease Control Jallicy Schwartz. DO-IL
& Prevention- GA Dick Stinhor Retired Assistam SchwE yupjriEil^jttlcjil - IL

Secretary M i d i c a l ISourd Founding M e m b e r s


Carol Spizzim. R.N. Presidenty Founder
Honorable Rita Mullins. Secretary PeEef Sutar U Q ScD (Dw'd) (Father of CPR)
Mavor Palatine. IL. Exec. Bd; ' Sat'ar Resuscitation Research Center -PA
U.S. Conference of Mayors. Henry irjiinliL-li. M I ' KcDfEtetmlidi \ la lie Liven
Illinois Municipal League President Hemthch [nsuhjlc - OH

Senior Advisor Medical Advisory Hoard


Mark Mitchell, DO.,
Andrew Knapp. SALF Executive Director - WI
Executive Board Member EMS Medical Director Wheaton FrajKiwan Health Cart* Si.
Vice Prcs of Gov't Relations Josephs - W|
Magellan Health Services - D,C, Steven Cnrebaugh, M.D.. SALF Executive Director- PA
Anesthesiology Director South Side Hospital
Illinois SALF Spokesperson Kme^to A. Prettn, MIX MPU, KALP Pxecutjve Director - PL
Professor of Clinical Anesthesia Jackson Memorial l-lospital -
Emil Jones. Jr. U of Miami
Illinois Senate President Robert W Amler, MD Dean^
School of Public Heajih N.Y. Medical College
Kherlita Amler. MS f;AAP, Health Commissioner. Putnam County

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V. Sponsors
Abbott Laboratories" Adolph Kiefer and Assoc. * AhlbeckS Company* Air Quality Maintenance " Alan and Sourixat
Thavisouk T Albert Fernando Contemporary Marketing * Albrecht Enterprises ' Ale>rian Brothers Health System, Inc.
* Allstate Foundation * Altria Corporate Services. Inc. * American College oF Osteopath ic Emergency Physicians *
Associated Fire Fighters of Illinois" Bank One * Blue Cross Blue Shield * Bnskman & Briskman * Browning Ferris
Industries * Cambridge Homes * Caraher Management * Charlotte-Mecklenberg Po lr.ee * Chicago Cubs* Chicago
Wolves Pro Hockey * Chicagoiand Speedway * Cisco Systems * City of Concord * City of Des Flames * CLTV *
ComCast * Commonwealth Edison Co. * Competition Telecom Inc. * Corporate Treats * Cremation Services Inc.*
Currie Motors * Daily Herald * Dave Pate and Son:s * Degen & Rosato Construction Co. * Elkay * ESPN's RPM
Tonight * Exelon - ComEd and PECO * Floran Technologies * GO ARMY Racing * Gurtz Electric * H & H Electric
* Hilton Hotels Work! Headquarters "Household - HELP Charity Committee * IL State Rep.. Lee Daniels* Irwin
Andrew Porter Foundation * Italian American War Veterans #5 * Jade Gurss * Jay Howard Enterprises T John O.
Brill * John Spot/Tim Lintner * Kimball Hill Homes * Kintetsu Intl. Travel Consultants * Kraft Racing * Krispy Kreme
* Legends in Stone * Lowe's Motor Speedway * McDonald's Corporation * Midwest Equipment Rentals * Motorola
* NEXTEL Communications * North Carolina CERT ' North Carolina Citizens Corps.* North Carolina Governor's
Office * Northwest Display Corp * OCTAGON Marketing * PACTIV Corporation * Parkway Bank and Trust * Pre Star
* R. Carrozza Plumbing Co.. Inc. * Racing Reflections* Red Bull Cheever Racing" Richard Petty Driving Experience
* Ronald McDonald Global " Ronald McDonald House Charities Chicago/Northern Indiana * Rosemont Exposition
Services * Rosemont Suites * Ryan and Ryan * SBC Communications * Stoffel Seals Corporation * Storino. Ramello
S Durkin ' T C F B a n k * United Airlines Foundation *Vahey Construction Co.. inc.* West Cook Municipal League *
Westpoint Stevens * William A. McGinty Company

Save A Life Foundation Annual Report


WATSONIAN NEWSLETTER- FEBRUARY 4, 2005

WELCOME COMMITTEE NEWS


SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS
CONDOLENCES HAVE YOU HEARD?
MEMBER NEWS MEMBERS IN THE NEWS
RETIREMENTS CDC LEADERSHIP PROFILES
TRANSFERS/PROMOTIONS & TDYs

WELCOME to our NEW MEMBER


King-Lewis, Hope (NCID)

COMMITTEE NEWS

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
MEETING - all are invited to call in and participate.
When: Tuesday 2:30 - 4 p.m 2/15/2005.
Where: CORPORATE SQUARE, building 11, Room 2101
Call In: Toll free #: 866-732-9603, Passcode 873632

« # A NOTE FROM THE TREASURER- Valerie Kokor:

Dear Watsonian Member:

It's time again for renewing dues. If you paid last year, you should have received a
membership card. If you cannot remember if you've already paid (the excuse most given
by those we tracked down), just let me know and I can check for you. The following are
the dues costs:

The following are the costs for Public Health Advisors:


$15 for one year (active and retired)
$40 for three years (active and retired)
and associates
$6 for one year {associate members)
$15 for three years (associate members)

In addition, we have a Lifetime Membership, with eligibility as follows:

ELIGIBILITY:
1. Members in good standing during the previous five (5) dues paying periods (years.)
2. Member meets the minimum age requirement, at least 52 years of age as of Jan. 1.
Institutionalize the new ACES-developed processes; develop a comprehensive
Knowledge Management site where program and PGO staff can go to get answers
about grants and contracts (no more shopping for the right answer);

Pilot the co-location of PGO staff with the customer they serve (pilot test at NCHSTP);

Move our focus from internal improvements to assessing areas for improvement as seen
by our external customers (grantees and contractors);

Improve the work environment for PGO staff, and hiring more staff to fill the over 45
vacancies PGO has had for more than a year.

"Obviously, we have a lot to do. I look forward to working with our customers to improve
the services they receive from PGO and helping them gain a better understanding of the
procurement and grants processes."

Transfers/Promotions
Doug Browne: New Deputy Director, Division of Bacterial and Mycotic Diseases, NCID
I would like you to welcome Doug Browne as our newly selected Deputy Director for the
Division.
Doug is a native of Greensboro, NC, and graduated from the University of North
Carolina in 1981. He began as a Public Health Advisor in the Sexually Transmitted
Disease Program in January of 1983. After completing assignments at the Fulton County
Health Department and later at the Los Angeles County Department of Health Services,
Doug joined the then Center for Environmental Health and Injury Control as a Project
Officer with the Disabilities Prevention Program. Doug later assumed similar
responsibilities in injury prevention and control after the creation of the National Center
for Injury Control and Prevention. There he was a Project Officer overseeing Traumatic
Brain Injury surveillance programs and also projects designed to prevent further
disability among people with spinal cord injuries.
Also while at NCIPC, Doug served as a Project Officer over the Center's Extramural
Research grant portfolio, as a Team Leader, as a Deputy Division Director, and
represented NCIPC on CDC's Equal Employment Opportunity Advisory Committee
(EEOAC) and CDC's Peopie with Disabilities Committee. In January 2003, Doug joined
the Division of Viral and Rickettsial Diseases as the Deputy Chief of the Viral and
Rickettsial Zoonoses Branch.
Doug is a long-time member of the Watsonian Society and the Federal Manager's
Association (FMA). He continues his involvement with the Disability Committee, and
also serves on the board of directors of the National Save-A-Life Foundation. In his
spare time he enjoys working on classic cars, bowling on the CDC Twilighters league,
reading novels, and attending Braves and Falcons games.
Doug will be joining the Division on February 7. I know you will be as welcoming to him
as you were to me when I joined the Division. I'll be trying to do "walkabouts" with Doug
in his early days to introduce him to you in person.
Judith Aguilar
Acting Director, DBMD

Mark Miner [DTBE] has accepted a promotion to the Senior Public Health Advisor
(PHA) position for the Maryland State Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
(DHMH) TB Program, effective February 7, 2005
WATSONIAN NEWSLETTER- May 9, 2005

WELCOME NEW MEMBERS COMMITTEE NEWS


SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS NEW ADDRESSES
CONDOLENCES MEMBER NEWS
HAVE YOU HEARD? LEADERSHIP PROFILES
TRANSFERS/PROMOTIONS & TDYs
RETIREMENTS JOBS
SHARE

WELCOME NEW MEMBERS

Laurel Zaks, MPH RD, with Sustainable Management Development Program


OGH, has found us again and joined.

Maurine F. Goodman DPDE (PHPPO/Div. of Professional Development & Evaluation),


Maurine started in January 2005 as a Public Health Advisor, CoCHIS Health
Communications Intervention and Consultation, Atlanta, GA. Her hobbies include:
cooking, reading, and international culture and textiles.

Ron Stoddard NCID - PHA

NEW ASSOCIATE MEMBERS


Robert S. Swain [*ORISE FELLOW] Currently working in OD/OCOO/IRMO/IC Atlanta,
GA, as a Technical Information Specialist. His interests include: travel, marksmanship,
and audio/Video equipment.

Frank Ceo [*ORISF_ FELLOW] Currently working in CDC/PHPPO/OWPP


OWCD/Strategic Workforce Activity, Atlanta, GA.

COMMITTEE NEWS

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
MEETING - all are invited to call in and participate.
When: Tuesday 2:30-4 pm 5/17/2005.
Where: TBA
Call In: Toll free #: 866-732-9603, Passcode 873632

COMMUNICATION COMMITTEE -VOLUNTEERS


Volunteers are needed from all of the membership's ClO's . Here is your chance to
participate!
From: Browne, Doug
Sent: Monday, May 09, 2005 9:09 AM
To: Varga, Rita
Subject: for Watsonian
Hi Rita - was wondering if you could post this job opportunity in the Watsonian
newsletter? I am glad to speak with anyone interested with more details on the position,
salary is in the $60K range, the work location is near O'Hare in Chicago, and this would
be great for a retired PHA or someone who knows programs and understands "other
duties as assigned." Thanks Doug

Doug Browne
Deputy Director
DBMD, NCID, CDC
1600 Clifton Rd., MS C-09
JOB DESCRIPTION
Project Coordinator - Brief

Save A Life Foundation (SALF) is a national not-for-profit that targets school children
and adults in preparing them with Pre-EMS skills. SALF is an affiliate of U.S. Department
of Homeland Security/Citizen Corps, Medical Reserve Corps and like agencies,
announces an opening for the right candidate who can:

Responsibilities:
• Monitor and evaluate the performance of project/s, insuring progress of work is
exemplary and within guidelines and timelines
• Act as the liaison between state, federal, private agencies in the implementation
of current and new projects
• Identifies and writes federal, state and private grants, including detailed budgets,
that match the needs for each project
• Participates in planning and policy development
• Representative at various events and committees, including some travel
• Assist in fund and event development
• Other duties as assigned

Requirements: B.A./B.S. degree in business, public health, social sciences, and/or


related fields. Three to five years of related work experience...proven federal and state
grant writing experience...excellent understanding of private philanthropy...interact and
correspond effectively with others including some public speaking...ability to work in a
fast-paced and changing environment...proficiency in Microsoft Office, Power Point,
Excel and Internet. Adobe and Macromedia a plus as well as sales and/or corporate
foundation experience. Must have reliable transportation to travel locally. Salary is
commensurate with background and experience.

Send a resume to
Carol Spizzirri
Safe - A - Life Foundation
9950 W. Lawrence Ave., Ste 300
Schiller Park, IL 60176

Bureau Chief Opening


CHANGE IN ACCOUNTING FLK1UU
Form 990 Return of Organization Exempt from Income Tax
OMBNo 1545-CM7

Under section 501(c), 527, or4947(aX1) of the Internal Revenue Code


^2003^bo4
(except black lung benefit trust or private foundation)
Open to Public
Department of the Treasury
Internal Revenue Service The organization may have to use a copy of this return to satisfy state reporting requirements Inspection
A For the 2003 calendar year, or tax year beginning Jan 1 —rgefJT, and ending Jun 30 2004
Check if applicable C Name Of Organization 2004 D Employer IrJenUKeaHon Number
Please USB
Address change IRS label Save A L i f e Foundation 36-3869459
or print
Name change or type. Number and street (Or P O box il mail is not dekvered {Q slreet addr) Room/suite E Telephone number
See
Initial return specific 9950 Lawrence 300 (847) 928-9683
instruc­ Accounting
Final return

Amended return
tions. City, 'own or country

Schi H e r Park
Stale

IL
ZIP code + A

60176
mothod
j
~} Cash
I Other (specify)'
M Accrual

Application pending • Section 501(c)(3) organizations and 4947(aX1) nonexempt H and J are not applicable to section 527 organizations
charitable trusts must attach a completed Schedule A H ( a ) 15 this 3 group return for affiliates 7 _ J Yes |XJ Ho
(Form 390 or 990-EZ),
H ( b ) II 'Yes/ enter number of affiliates ^
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H <c) Are all attiliates included' Q J Yes Q No
J Organization type r-i _ r—i r-t (If 'No,' attach a list See instructions)
(check only one) * (XJ soup 3 - * (insert no > |_J 4947ja)Q) <"■ I I s&
H ( d ) Is this a separate return filed by an
K Check here *■ | J if the organization's gross receipts are normally not more than organization covered by a group ruling' yBS |)(| K o
$25,000 The organization need not file a return with the IRS, but if the organization
received a Form 990 Package in the mail, it should file a return without financial data Group Exemption Number **
Some states require a complete return. Check *■ \^\ if the organization is not required
L Gross receipts Add lines 6b, 8b, 9b, and 10b to line 12 » 1 , 1 5 4 , 7 5 5 , to attach Schedule B (Form 990, 990-EZ, or 990- PF)
Part I | Revenue, Expenses, and Changes in Net Assets or Fund Balances (See instructions)
1 Contributions, gifts, grants, and similar amounts received
a Direct public support la 87,988
b Indirect public support lb
c Government contributions (grants) 1c 1,040,000
d Total
1,127,988. noncash
noncash i$ U, ) Id 1,127,988.
2 Program service revenue including government fees and contracts (from Part Vil, line 93) 27,856.
3 Membership dues and assessments
4 Interest on savings and temporary cash investments
5 Dividends and interest from securities
6aGross rents 6a
b
Less, rental expenses 6b
c
Net rental income or (loss) (subtract line 6b from line 6a) 6c
7 Other investment income {describe •*
(A) Securities (B) Other
8a Gross amount from sales of assets other
than inventory 8a
b Less' cost or other basis and sales expenses 8b
c Gain or (loss) (attach schedule) 8c
d Net gain or (loss) (combine line 8c. columns (A) and (B)) 8d
9 Special events and activities (attach schedule) If any amount is from gaming, check here f]
era a Gross revenue (not including $ 2 , 6 3 8 . of contributions
co reported on line la) 9a 600.
b Less, direct expenses other than fundratstng expenses 9b 600
c Net income or (loss) from special events {subtract line 9b from line 9a) See L-9 Stmt 9c
10a Gross sales of inventory, less returns and allowances 10a
b Less, cost of goods sold . 10b
Q c Gross profit or (loss) from salBof jhvEntoiyJattach schedule) (subtract line 10b from line 10a) 10c

11 Other revenue (from p/rt f[<J[^ 11 ■1,698.


2 12 Total revenue (add l i r j W f o 2 ^ 3 ? & ^ c | U a B £ l . >:_- \9 - ■ :
' J_H 12 1,154,155.
13 Program services (frAmAfne^^qlumnTB)] 13 151,664.
OjJ 14 Management and qjnetgl (from l i f t e d 14 21,328.
W 15 Fundraising (from/me 44rvc6lttmn^(D)) 15_ 7,215.
N
s 16 Payments to affiliates
atti11afesSai.fi!cfy£ 16
E
S 17 Total expenses (add lines lc 17 280,207
18 Excess or (deficit) for the year (subtraEHtqel7 fr&m Itne 12) 18 973,948.
19 Net assets or fund balances at beginning of year (from line 73, column (A)) 19 96,025
20 Other changes in net assets or fund balances (attach explanation) 20_
s 21 Net assets or fund balances at end of year (combine lines 18, 19, and 20) 21 1,069,973.
BAA For Paperwork Reduction Act Notice, see the separate instructions. TEEAQIOI Ilf24f03 Form 9904See3r
2004
2004

1
2004
FormS90tfeaar Save A L i f e Foundation 36-3869459 Page 4
Part IV-A | Recbnciliation of Revenue per Audited Part IV-B I Reconciliation of Expenses per Audited
Financial Statements with Revenue Financial Statements with Expenses
per Return (See instructions,) per Return
Total revenue, gams, and other support Total expenses and losses per audited
per audited financial statements 1,227,755 financial statements * 253,807
Amounts included on line a but Amounts included on line a but not
not on line 12, Form 990 on line 17, Form 990
(1) Net unrealized (1) Donated serv­
gams on ices and use
investments $_ of facilities $_ 72,500
(2) Donated serv­ (2) Prior year adjust­
ices and use ments reported on
of facilities $_ 72,500 line 20, Form 990 $_

(3) Recoveries of prior (3) Losses reported on


year grants $_ line 20, Form 990 $_
(4) Other (specify) (4) Other (specify)'
See A t t a c h e d See Attached
1,100. 1,100,
Add amounts en lines (1) through (4) 73,600 Add amounts on lines (1) through (4) 73,600.
Line a minus line b 1,154,155. Line a minus line b 180,207.
Amounts included on line 12, Amounts included on line 17,
Form 990 but not on line a: Form 990 but not on line a:

(1) Investment expenses 0 ) Investment expenses


not included on line not included en line
6b, Form 990 $_ 6b, Form 990 $_
(2) Other (specify) (2) Other (specify).

$
Add amounts on lines (1) and (2) Add amounts on lines f l ) and (2)

Total revenue per line 12, Form e Total expenses per line 17, Form
990 (line c plus line d) 1,154,155 990 (linec plus lined) 180,207.
Part V | List of Officers, Directors, Trustees, and Key Employees (List each one even if not compensated, see instructions.)
(8) Title and average hours (C) Compensation (O) Contributions to (E) Expense
per week devoted (if not paid, employee benefit account and other
(A) Name and address to position enter -0-) plans and deferred allowances
compensation
_Caro_l_SpJ zz_i_rr j_

Chairman/Exec Dir40 20,000 1,334.


Rita Hullins

Chai rwoman
1 £ S£Y_ L r J ID ^ le_
Vice Chai rwoman
Nadine Levick

Secretary
-P°ufL SlIP-WI]?.-

Treasurer

See List of Officers, Etc Statement

75 Did any officer, director, trustee, or key employee receive aggregate compensation of more
than $100,000 from your organization and all related organizations, of which more than
$10,000 was provided by the related organizations' □ Yes 0 No
If 'Yes,' attach schedule — see instructions
BAA Form 99<H2ffl!3)
2004
TEEA0104 10/0203
Form 990 Return of Organization Exempt from Income Tax
OMB No 1545-00*7

Under section 501(c), 527, or 4947(a)(1) of t h e Internal Revenue Code


2004
(except brack t u n a benefit trust o r private foundation)
Open t o Public
Department of the Treasury
Internal Revenue Service The organization may have to use a copy of this return to satisfy state reporting requirements. Inspection

For trie 2004 calendar year, or tax year beginning Jul 1 , 2004, and ending Jun 30 , 2005
Check if applicable C Name of organization D Employer Identification Number
Pleas* use
Address change IRS label Save A Life Foundation 36-3869459
Or print
Name change or type, Number and street [otPO box if mail rs not delivered to street addr) Room/suite £ Tetaphon* numbdr
See
Inilial letum specific 9950 Lawrence 300 (847) 928-9683
in st rue- Accounting
Final return tions. City, town of country State ZIP code * 4 F
r method: Jcssh jx]

Amended return Schiller Park IL 60176 n Gther {specify j


j Application pending • Section 501 (cX3) organizations and 4947fa)0) n o n e x e m p t H and I are not applicable to section 527 organizations
charitable t r u s t s must attach a completed Schedule A H ( a ) Is Ibis a group return for affiliates? i | Yes 'Xj No
(Form 990 or 990-EZ).
H ( b ) If 'Yes.' enter number of affiliates ■*
G Website: * www, s a l f . o r g
H (c) Are all affiliates included7 J v « j J No
J Organization type ,—, i—, i—> (If 'No.' attach a list See instructions)
(Check only One) * 1%J 501(c) 3 " (msertno) (_l 43470K1H" |_|5Z7
H ( d ) Is this a separate return filed by an
K Check here ■" | | if the organization's gross receipts are normally not more than organization covered by a group ruling' HI h^l ^
¥es
$25,000 The organization need not file a return with the IRS, but if the organization
received a Form 990 Package in the mail, it should file a return without financial data Group Exempt ton Number *~
Some states require a complete return.
Check *■ I | if the organization is not required
L Gross receipts Add lines 6b, 8b, 9b, and 10b to line 12 »• 1 , 7 3 2 , 140 to attach Schedule B (Form 990,990-EZ, or 990-PF).

Part I I Revenue, Expenses, and Changes in Net Assets or Fund Batances (See instructions)
Contributions, gifts, grants, and similar amounts received:
a Direct public support 1a 125,822
b Indirecl public support . . . . 1 b
c Government contributions (grants) . .. 1 1c 1,196,000
d
ia ihroujh IcMcash $ 1, 3 1 7 , 3 2 2 . noncash $ 4 , 5 0 0 . ) Id 1,321,822
2 Program service revenue including government fees and contracts (from Part VII, line 93) 310,971
3 Membership dues and assessments
4 Interest on savings and temporary cash investments 1,933
5 Dividends and interest from securities
6a Gross rents 6a
b Less: rental expenses 6b
c Net rental income or (loss) (subtract line 6b from line 6a) 6c
7 Other investment income (describe *■
(A) Securities <B) Other
8a Gross amount from sales of assets other
than inventory 8a
b Less: cost or other basis and sales expenses 8b
c Gam or (loss) (attach schedule) 8c
d Net gain or (loss) (combine line 8c, columns (A) and (B)) 8d
9 Special events and activities (attach schedule) If any amount is from gaming, check here
a Gross revenue (not including $ 1 1 5 , 7 7 7 . of contributions
'□
reported on line la) 9a 34,312
b Less direct expenses other than fundraismg expenses 9b 34,312
c Net income or (loss) from special events (subtract line 9b from line 9a) See L - 9 S t r u t 9c
10a Gross sales of inventory, less returns and allowances 10a 62,234.
b Less, cost of goods sold 10b 13,149
c Gross profit or (loss) from sales of inventory (attach schedule} (subtract line 10b from line 10a) 10c 49,085.
11 Other revenue (from Part VII, line 103) 11 868.
12 Total revenue (add lines Id, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6c, 7, 8d, 9c, 10c, and 11) 12 1,684,679.
13 Program services (from line 44, column (B)) 13 1,699,901.
14 Management and general (from line 44, column ( C »
R£daV£D 14 80,431
15 Fundraismg (from line 44, column (D)) 170.
16 Payments to affiliates (attach schedule) FHB !l S2D06
17 Total expenses (add lines 16 and 44, column (A)) 17 1,780,502.
18
19
20
Excess or (deficit) for the year (subtract line 17 from line 12)
Net assets or fund balances at beginning of year (from line 7 ^ _ c o J y r ^ i
Other changes in net assets or fund balances (attach explanation)
ffi&HL 18^
_19_
_20_
■95,823
1,069,973

21 Net assets or fund balances at end of yeat (combine lines 18, 19, and 20) 21 974,150.
B A A For Privacy A c t and Paperwork Reduction Act Notice, see the separate i n s t r u c t i o n s . TEEAOIOI 01/07/05 Form 990 (2004)
Form990 (2004) Save A L i f e Foundation 36-3869459 Page4
Part IV-A Reconciliation of Revenue per Audited Part IV-B Reconciliation of Expenses per Audited
* Financial Statements with Revenue Financial Statements with Expenses
per Return (See instructions.) per Return
a Total revenue, gams, and other support a Total expenses and losses per audited
per audited financial statements •" a 1,937,220. financial s t a t e m e n t s . *■ a 2,033,043 .
3
b Amounts included on line a but b Amounts included on line a but not
not on 1ne 12, Form 990' on line 17, Form 990

(1) Net unr<;atized (1) Donated serv­


gains or i ices and use
mvestm ents $ '-■ > i -V *, of facilities $ 190,795.
(2) Donatec serv- (2) Prior year adjust­
ices anc j use ments reported on x ■

of facilit les $ 190,795. line 20, Form 990 $

(3) Recoveries> of prior (3) Losses reported on


year grant s $ Ime 20, Form 990 $
(4) Other (s pecify): (4) Other (specify):
See A t t a c h e d See A t t a c h e d
$ 61,746. "$ 61,746.
Add amounts on lines (!) through (4) ►t b 252,541. Add amounts on lines (1) through (4) *• b 252,541.
c Line a minus line b *" c 1,684,679. c Line a minus tine b ** c 1,780,502.
d Amounts included on line 12, d Amounts included en line 17,
Form Si 10 but not on line a: 4-., <t ■. t Form 990 but not on line a: • ■ r
*i «f >■ . . . -|-.
(1) Investment expenses (1) Investment expenses *
not includ ad on line ■S ■'. : $, not included on line n
6b, Form 6b, Form 990 $
m $ ** , *
(2) Other (s pecify). (2) Other (specify)-
* ■- ■ > *
$ ~$
Add am ounts on lines 0 ) and (2) * d Add amounts on lines O) and (2) ► d
e Total revenue per line 12, Form e
Total expenses per line 17, Form
990 (Ime c plus line d) ** e 1, 684,679.
990 (line c plus line d) *• e 1,780,502.
Part V List of Officers, Directors,"Trustees, and Key Emp o y e e s (List each one even if not compensated; see instructions.)
(B) Title and average hours (C) Compensation (D) Contributions to (E) Expense
per week devoted (if not paid, employee benefit account and other
(A) Name and address to position enter -0-) plans and deferred allowances
compensation
Carol Spizzirri

C h a i r m a n / E x e c D i r 40 120,000. 1,839. 0.
Rita Mullins

Vice Chairwoman 0. 0. 0.
Douglas Browne

Treasurer 0. 0. 0.
Peggy Trimble

Vice Chairwoman 0. 0. 0.
Mark Mitchell

Director 0. 0. 0.

See Ltst of 0 fficers, Etc Statement


0. 0. 0.

75 Did any officer, director, trustee, or key employee receive aggregate compensation of more
than $100,000 from your organization and all related organizations, of which more than
$10,000 was provided by the related organizations?
If 'Yes,' attach schedule — see instructions __
*- nYes 0 N(>
BAA Form 990 (2004)

TEEA01M 01/07/OS
Form 990 Return of Organization Exempt From Income Tax
OMB No. 15*5-0047

Under section 501(c), 527, or 4947(a)(1) of the internal Revenue Code 2005
(except black lung benefit trust or private foundation)
Departme nt of the Treasury Open to Public
Internal Revenue Service The organization may have to use a copy of this return to satisfy state reporting requirements. Inspection
A For the 2005 calendar year, or tax year beginning J u l 1 , 2005, and ending J i m 3 0 2006
B Check it applicable C Name of organization D Employer Identification N u m b *
Plaaeeue*
Address change IRS label
orpdnt
Save A Life Foundation 36-3869459
Name change or type. Numoer and street (or P O bo* if mail is m l delivered (o street asdr) Room/suite E Telephone number
Set
Initial return tpecWc 99SQ L a w r e n c e 300 (847) 928-9683
instnie-
Final return Crty. town or country State ZIP code + 4 Cash ~£J Accrual
Amended return Schiller Park IL 60176 _Q
Application pending • Section 501(c)(3) organizations and 4947(a)(1) nonexempt Other 527
H and I art not applicable to section (specrfy)
organizations
charitable trusts must attach a completed Schedule A
H ( a ) Is this a aroup return for affiliates'' I _ | Ye* [ x ] No
(Form 990 or 990-EZ),
H ( b ) If 'Yes,' enter number of affiliates *"
G Website: ** www. s a l f . o r g
H(c) Are all affiliates included? Q J Y»» ; J Mo
J Organization type (—, .—. .—. (If 'No.' attach a list See instructions)
(Check only o n e ) . » [ X | 501(c} 3 < (insert no) | _ | 4W7{a)p) of 1 _ | 5Z7
H ( d ) ts this a separate return filed by an
K Check here ■* |_J if the organization's gross receipts are normally not more than
onjanization covered by a group ruhno? j yee | x l Ma
$25,000. The organization need not file a return with the IRS, but if the organization
chooses to file a return, be sure to file a complete return. Some states require a Group Exemption Number **
complete return.
Check *■ [^J if the organization is not required
L Gross receipts: Add lines 6b, 8b, 9b, and 10b to line 12 - 9 0 2 , 4 2 6 to attach Schedule B {Form 990, 990-E2, or 9S0-PF).
Part I I Revenue, Expenses, and Changes in Net Assets or Fund Balances (See instructions)
Contributions, gifts, grants, and similar amounts received:
a Direct public support . . . . la 94,403.
b Indirect public support lb
c Government contributions (grants) 1c 700,000.
d
a through '"encash $ 7 9 4 , 4 0 3 ■ noncash $ _ Id 794,403
2 Program service revenue including government fees and contracts (from Part VII, line 93) 95,335.
3 Membership dues and assessments
4 Interest on savings and temporary cash investments 4,882
5 Dividends and interest from securities
6aGross rents 6a
b
Less: rental expenses . . 6b
c
Net rental income or (loss) (subtract line 6b from line 6a) 6c
7 Other investment income (describe **
8a Gross amount from sales of assets other (A) Securities (B) Other
than inventory Sa 5,800
b Less nses . .. 8b 11,732
c Gam or Stint.. 8c ■5,932.
d Net gafln o]r (loss) (comb, ins (A) and (B)) • 8d -5,932
O Speci ule). If any amount is from gaming, check here ■0
CO Gross of contributions
report) 9a
Less: dpcLeiqa^slfsirfh^fh^frfundraising expenses 9b
c Net income or (loss) from special events (subtract line 9b from line 9a) 9c
10a Gross sales of inventory, less returns and allowances .
b Less: cost of goods sold ...
c Gross profit or (loss) front sales of inventory (attach schedule) (subtract line 10b from line 10a)
10
10
t 10c
11 Other revenue (from Part VII, line 103) 11 2, 0 0 6 .
12 Total revenue (add lines \d, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6c, 7, 8d, 9c, 10c, and 11) 12 890,694
13 Program services (from line 44, column (B)) . . . 13 1,005,527
14Management and general (from line 44, column (C)) 14 55,716
15Fundraising (from line 44, column (D)) . . . 15
16Payments to affiliates (attach schedule) . . . . 16
17Total expenses (add lines 16 and 44, column (A)) 17 1,061,243
18Excess or (deficit) for the year (subtract lire 17 from line 12) . . .. 18 -170,549
19Net assets or fund balances at beginning of year (from line 73. column (A)) 19 974,150.
20Other changes in net assets or fund balances (attach explanation) 20
21Net assets or fund balances at end of year (combine lines 18, 19, and 20^ 21 803,601.
BAA For Privacy Act and Paperwork Reduction Act Notice, see the separate instructions. T£EM>101 OZf03/06 Form 990 (2005)

5- "Vl^
Form990 (J2005) Save A L i f e Foundation 36-3869459 PageS
Part (V-AlReconciliation of Revenue per Audited Financial Statements with Revenue per Return (See
instructions.)

Total revenue, gams, and other support per audited financial statements 1,877,081,
Amounts included on line a but not on Part I, line 12:
1 Net unrealized gains on investments . . . . . . bl
2 Donated services and use of facilities b2 973,687.
3 Recoveries of prior year grants b3
40ther (specify): . D o n a t e d _Sugp_lies_
b4 12,700.
Add lines M through M . .. 986,387.
Subtract line b from line a 890,694,
Amounts included on Part I, line 12, but not on line a:
11nvestment expenses not included on Part I, line 6b dl
20ther (specify).
d2
Add lines d l and d2
Tolal revenue (Part I, line 12) Add lines c and d 890,694,
Part IV-B I Reconciliation of Expenses per Audited Financial Statements with Expenses per Return"

Total expenses and losses per audited financial statements 2,047,630,


Amounts included on line a but not on Part I, line 17:
1 Donated services and use of facilities bl 973,687,
2Pnor year adjustments reported on Part I, line 20 b2
3Losses reported on Part I, line 20 b3
40ther (specify): D o n a t e d _SuE£lie_s_ _
b4 12,700,
Add fines b l through b4 986,387.
Subtract line b from line a . .. 1,061,243.
Amounts included on Part I, line 17, but not on line a:
11nvestment expenses not included on Part I, line 6b dl
20ther (specify):
d2
Add lines d l and d2
Total expenses (Part I, line 17). Add lines c and d 1,061,243.
[PartV-A I Current Officers, Directors, Trustees, and Key Employees (List each person who was an officer, director, trustee,
or key employee at any time during the year even if they were not compensated.) (See the instructions.)
(B) Title and average hours (C) Compensation (D) Contributions to (E) Expense
(A) Name and address per week devoted 0' not paid, employee benefit account and other
to position enter -0-) plans and deferred allowances
compensation plans
Carol Spizzirri

Chairman/Exec D i r 40 130,000. 1,900. 0.


Rita Mullins

Vice Chairwoman 0. 0. 0.
Douglas Browne

Treasurer 0. 0. 0.
Peggy Trimble

Vice Chairwoman 0. 0. 0.
Mark Mitchell

Director 0. 0. 0.
See List of Officers, Etc. Statement

TEEA010S 10/17TO Form 990 (2005)


Form 990 Return of Organization Exempt From Income Tax
0 M B No 1M5-0O47

Under section 501(c), 527, or 4947(a)(1) of the internal Revenue Code


2006
(except black lung benefit trust or private foundation)
Open to Public
Department o! the Treasury
Internal Revenue Service The organization may have to use a copy of Ihis return to satisfy state reporting requirements Inspection
A For the 2006 calendar year, or tax year beginning 7/01 ,2006, andending 6/30 2007
Check 11 applicable D E m p l o y e r Identification N u m b e r
Please use
Address change IRS label SAVE A LIFE FOUNDATION 36-3869459
N a m e change
Of ptuil
or type
9950 LAWRENCE #300 E Telephone number

Initial return
See SCHILLER PARK, IL 60176 (847) 928-9683
spec lire

Final return

Amended relurn
instruc­
tions
Accounting

n Q\hei (specify)
Cash
w>
Application pending • Section 501(cX3) organizations and 4347faX1) nonexempt H and\ a r e not applicable to section 52? organizations

charitable trusts must attach a completed Schedule A H (a) Is this a group relurn foi affiliates? I Yes
(Form 990 or990-EZ). H (b) II J Y e s / enlef number of affiliates * "
G Website-." w w w . s a l f , o r q H (c} Are alt affiliates m e n d e d '
D ITos

^a n
(if ' M o / attach a tist S e e instructions )

K
Organizationi type
type
(check only one)
me) 5 0 ) (c) 3 - (insert n o ) « 4 7 ( a ) ( l ) or
Check here ■* I jif the organization is not a 509(a)(3) supporting organization and its
527
n H (d) Is Ihis a separate return tiled by a n
organization covered by a group ruling* I yflS

gross receipts are normally not more than $25,000 A return ts not required, but if the I Group E x e m p t i o n Number *•
organization chooses to file a return, be sure to file a complete return
M Check »| | if the organization is not required
L Gross receipts Add lines 6b, 8b, 9b, and 10b to line 12 925,545. to attach SchetUe 8 (Form 990, 990-E2, or 990-PF).

Part I 1 Revenue, Expenses, and Changes in Net Assets or Fund Balances (See the instructions.)
Contributions, gifts, granls, and similar amounts received
a Contributions to donor advised funds la
b Direct public support (not included on line la) lb 31,945
c Indirect public support (not included on line l a ) 1c
d Government contributions (grants) (not included on line l a ) id 700,000
ta through i d ) ( c s s h $ 7 3 1 , 9 4 5 . noncash )$ le 731,945.
2 Ptogram service revenue including government fees and contracts (from Part VII, line 93) 179,171.
3 Membership dues and assessments
4
5
Interest on savings and temporary cash investments RECEIVED 13,684
Dividends and interest from securities
6a Gross rents MAL& fi 2008
b Less rental expenses 6b CO
c Net rental income or (loss) Subtract line 6b from line 6a 6c
Ft
E
7 Other investment income (describe *•
(A) Secbrrher
OGnFN.LJT
tBJ"OtHe?J
V 8a Gross amount from sales of assets olher
mI than invenlory
b Less, cost or other basis and sales expenses
8a
8b
c Gain or (loss) (attach schedule) 8c
d Met gatn or (loss) Combine line 8c, columns (A) and (B) 3d

m 9 Special events and activities (attach schedule) If any amount is from gaming, check here
a Gioss revenue (not including $ of contributions
d
reported on line lb) 9a
b Less direct expenses other than fundraising expenses 9b
c Net income or (loss) from special events Subtract line 9b from line 9a 9c
10a Gross sales of inventory, less returns and allowances 10a
-01
b Less1 cost of goods sold 10b
c Gross profit or (loss) from sales of inventory (attach schedule). Subtract fine 10b from line 10a 10c
tl
Other revenue (from Part VII, line 103} 11 745.
12 Total revenue. Add lines 1e, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6c, 7, 8d, 9c, 10c, and 11 12 925,545.
13 Program services (from line 44, column (B)) 13 1,330,239.
14 Management and general (from line 44, column (C)) 14 140,299.
15 Fundraising (from line 44, column (D)) IS
16 Payments to affiliates (attach schedule) 16
17 Total expenses. Add lines IS and 44, column (A) 17 1,470,538
18 Excess or (deficit) for the year. Subtract line 17 from line 12 18 -544,993,
19 Net assets or fund balances at beginning of year (from line 73. column (A)) 19 803,601
20 Other changes in net assets or fund balances (attach explanation) 20
21 Net assets or fund balances at end of year. Combine lines 18, 19, and 20 21 258,608
BAA For Privacy Act and Paperwork Reduction Act Notice, see the separate instructions. TEEA0109L 01/22/07 Form 990 (2006)

a 17 II
Form 990 (2006) SAVE A LIFE FOUNDATION 36-3869459 Page5
Part IV-A Reconciliation of Revenue per Audited Financial Statements with Revenue per Return (See the
instructions.)

a Total revenue, gains, and other support per audited financial statements a 1,256,155.
b Amounts included on line a but not on Part 1, line 12
1 Nel unrealized gams on investments bl
2Donated services and use of facilities b2 330,610.
3Recovenes of prior year grants b3
-
40ther (specify)
b4
Add fines b l through b4 b 330,610.
c Subtract line b from tine a c 925. r>45.
d Amounts included on Parl 1, tine 12, but not on line a:
1 Investment expenses not included on Part I, line 6b dl
20thef (specify).
d2
Add lines d l and d2 d
e Total revenue (Part l, line 12) Add lines c and d ►- e 925,545.
Part IV-B Reconciliation of Expenses per Audited Financial Statements with Expenses per Return

a Total expenses and losses per audited financial statements a 1,801,148.


b Amounts included on line a but not on Part 1, line 17.
H
1 Donated services and use of facilities bl 330,610. _
2Pnor year adiuslments reported on Part 1, line 20 b2
3Losses reported on Part f, line 20 b3
40ther (specify)
b4
Add lines b l through b4 b 330,610.
c Subtracl line b from line a c 1,470,538.
d Amounts included on Part 1, line 17. but not on line a:
1 Investment expenses not included on Part 1, line 6b dl
20ther (specify)
d2 i

Add lines d l and d2 d


e Total expenses (Part 1, line 17) Add lines c and d » e 1,470,538.
Part V-A I Current Officers, Directors, Trustees, and Key Employees (List each person who was an officer, director, trustee,
or key employee at any lime during the year even if they were not compensated ) (See the instructions )
(B) Title and average hours (C) Compensation (D) Contributions to (E) Expense
(A) Name and address per week devoted (if not paid, employee benefit account and other
to position enter -0-) plans and deferred allowances
compensation plans
CAROL SPIZZIRRI P r e s i d e n t & CEO 130,000. 0. 838.
9950 LAWRENCE #300 40
SCHILLER PARK, I L 60176
RITA MULLINS Secretary 0. 0. 0.
9950 LAWRENCE #300 0
SCHILLER PARK, I L 60176
DOUGLAS BROWNE Treasurer 0. 0. 0.
9950 LAWRENCE #300 0
SCHILLER PARK, IL 60176
JOHN DONLEAVY Director 0. 0. 0.
9950 LAWRENCE #300 0
SCHILLER PARK7 IL 60176
ANDY KNAPP Director 0. 0. 0.
9950 LAWRENCE #300 0
SCHILLER PARK, I L 60176

BAA TEEA0105L oi/ia/07 Form 990 (2006)


OMB No 15i5-CM7
Return of Organization Exempt From income Tax
Form. 990
Department of the Treasury
Under section 501(c), 527, or 4947(a)(1) of the Internal Revenue Code [except black lung
benefit trust or private foundation)
2007
Qpertto f u&Ufi
Internal Revenue Service ► The organization may Dave to use a copy at this return to satisfy state reporting requirements Inspection
A For the 2007 calendar year, or Jax year beginning JUL 1, 2007 and ending JUN 30, 2008
B Check >f Please
C Name of organization 0 Employer identification number
applicable
use IRS

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Address
change
I Name
label or
SAVE A L I F E
annt or
type
FOUNDATION 36-3869459
change Number and street (or P 0 box if mail ts not delivered to street address) Room/suite E Telephone number
□ Initial
return
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Speci i i o 9 9 5 0 LAWRENCE 300 (847) 928-9683
□ Termin­
Instruc­
tions City or town, state or country, and ZIP + 4 F fccounnng method: I I c a s n l X l Accrue!

□ ation
Amended
S C H I L L E R PARK, I L 60176 □ Other
{specify) W
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□ return
Application
pending • Section 501(c)(3) organizations and 4947(a)(1) nonciempt charitable trusts
must attach a completed Schedule A (Form 990 or 990-EZ).
H and I are not applicable to section 527 organizations
H(a) Is this a group return lor affiliates' I 1 Yes i X I No
G Website- i > H T T P ; / /WWW. S A L F . COM H[b) If "Yes," enter number of affiliates ► N/A
J Orgamzaliontupe(cnttHwnytmt)^[Xj 501(c) ( 3 ) ^ (insertno) Q 3 4947(a)(1) or | | S27 H(c) Are all affiliates included? N/A Q j Y e s f ~lnn
(if'No.'attachalist)
K Check here ► I I if the organization is not a 509(a)(3) supporting organization and its gross H{d) Is this a separate return fried by an or- . .
receipts are normally not more than $25,000 A return isnot required, but if the organization gamzation covered by a group ruling? L j Y e s I X JHo
chooses to file a return, be sure to file a complete return I Group Exemption Number ►• N/A
M Check ►■ LiLl if the organization is not required to attach
L Gross receipts Add lines 6b, 8b. 9b. and 10b to tine 12 ►• 627,368 Sch B (Form 990, 990-EZ, or 990-PF)
Part 11 Revenue, Expenses, and Changes in Net Assets or Fund Balances
Contributions, gifts, grants, and similar amounts received
a Contributions to donor advised funds 1a
b Direct public support (not included on line la) 1b 750
c indirect public support (not included on line 1a) 1c
d Government contributions (grants) (not included on tine 1a) id

e Total (add lines 1a through 1d) (cash $ noncash $ 750. ) 1e 750.


2 Program service revenue including government fees and contracts (from Part VII, line 93) 598,359
3 Membership dues and assessments
4 Interest on savings and temporary cash investments 774
5 Dividends and interest from securities
G a Gross rents ) 6a
b Less rental expenses Sb
c Net rental income or (loss) Subtract line 6b from line 6a 6c
7 Other investment income (describe ►■
8a Gross amount from sales of assets other (A) Securities (B) Other
than inventory e=
b Less cost or other basis and sales expenses Sb
E Gain or (loss) (attach schedule) | I Be
d Net gain or (loss) Combine line 8c. columns (A) and (B) 8d
Special events and activities (attach schedule) If any amount is from gaming, check here ►
Gross lewiLe {no! including 1
o. of contnhubors reported on line lb) 9a 3,125.
Less direct expenses other than fundraising expenses 9b 1,764
Net income or (loss) from special events Subtract line 9b from line 9a SEE STATEMENT 1 9c 1,361
10 Gross sates of inventory, less returns and allowances 10a 17,523
a Less cost of goods sold 10b 6,050
c-%i Gross profit or (loss) from sales of inventory (attach schedule) Subtract line 10b from line 10a STMT 2 10c 11,473
11 Other revenue (from Part VII, line 103) 11 6,837
12 Total revenue. Add lines 1e, 2,3,4,5,6c, 7, Bd, 9c. 10c, and 11 RECEIVED 12 619,554
13 Program services (from line 44, column (B)) 13 695,691
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B 14 Management and general (from Una 44, column (C)) DEC 1 9 ZOOS 14 30,359
15 Fundraising (from line44, column (D))
o I 16 Payments to affiliates (attach schedule)
15
16
17 Total expenses Add lines 16 and 44, column (A)
OGDEN, UT 17 726,050.
< IS Excess or (deficit) for the year Subtract line 17 from line 12 18 <106,496.>
19 Net assets or fund balances at beginning of year (from line 73. column (A)) 19 258,608.
C9|S
20 Other changes in net assets or fund balances (attach explanation) 20
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21 Net assets or fund balances at end of year Combine lines 18,19, and 20 21 152,112
723001
12-Z7-07 LHA For Privacy Act and Paperwork Reduction Act Notice, see the separate instructions. Form 930 (2007) 1i
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12211201 758549 6065 2007.07000 SAVE A LIFE FOUNDATION 6065 1
Form 990 (2007) SAVE A L I F E FOUNDATION 36-3869459 P ag e5
Part IV-A Reconciliation of Revenue per Audited Financial Statements With Revenue per Return (See the
instructions)
a Total revenue, gains, and other support per audited financial statements a 1,003,158.
b Amounts included on line a but not on Part 1, line 12:
1 Net unrealized gains on investments bl
2 Donated services and use of facilities b2 375,790.
3 Recoveries of prior year grants U3
4 Other (specify): SEE STATEMENT 7 04 7,814.
Add lines b1 through b4 b 383,604.
c Subtract line b from line a c 619,554.
d Amounts included on Part I, line 12, but not on line a:
1 Investment expenses not included on Part I, line 6b dl
2 Other (specify). 02
Add lines d1 and d2 d 0.
8 Total revenue {Part I, line 12). Add lines c and d ► e 619,554.
Part IV-B i Reconciliation of Expenses per Audited Financial Statements With Expenses per Return
a Total expenses and losses per audited financial statements a 1,109,654.
b Amounts included on line a but not on Part I, line 17
1 Donated services and use of facilities bl 375,790.
2 Prior year adjustments reported on Part 1, line 20 b2
3 Losses reported on Part 1, line 20 b3
t Other (specify)- SEE STATEMENT 8 M 7,814.
Add lines b1 through M b 383,604.
c Subtract line b from line a c 726,050.
d Amounts included on Part 1, line 17. but not on line a:
1 Investment expenses not included on Part 1, line 6b dl
2 Other (specify)■ d2
Add lines d1 and d2 d 0.
B Total expenses (Part I, line 17) Add lines c and d ► e 726,050.
Part V-A Current Officers, Directors, Trustees, and Key Employees (List each person who was an officer, director, trustee,
or key employee at any time during the year even if they were not compensated) (See the instructions)
(B) Title and average hours (C) Compensation (Q)ContnDu:ions to (E)Expense
(A) Ma me and address per week devoted to employee benefit account and
(Knot paid, enter plans & deferred
position •0-) com pen sari on plans other allowances

CAROL SPIZZIRI PRESIDENT & CEO


9950 LAWRENCE #300"
SCHILLER PARK, IL 60176 40.00 33,380 2,662
RITA MULLINS_ SECRETARY
9 9 5Q_ „LAWRENCE _#3_0_0'
SCHILLER PARK, IL 60176 2.00
DOUGLAS_ BROWNE TREASURER
?_?A°_ .LAWRENCE _#3_00_"__
SCHILLER PARK, IL 60176 2.00
JOHN _DONLEAVY _ DIRECTOR
?^50_ JATOENCE _#300_~ "
SCHILLER PARK, IL 60176 2.00
ANDY _KNAPP_ [DIRECTOR RESISNED 6/20CB
9 9 5
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SCHILLER PARK, IL 60176 2.00 0 0.
ERNE_S_TO_ A_ PRETTO_ _ DIRECTOR
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SCHILLER PARK, IL 60176 2.00 0
MARK MJTCHELL PIRECTOR
9950 LAWRENCE #300"
SCHILLER PARK, IL 60176 2.00 0.

Form 9 9 0 (2007)
723041 12-27-07

12211201 758549 6065 2007.07000 SAVE A LIFE FOUNDATION 6065


OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL
STATE OF ILLINOIS

i <,*» Lisa Madigan


June 5, 2007 A1TOKMVV GKNKKAI.

Ms. Carol Spizzirri, President


Save A Life Foundation, Suite 300
Schiller Park, Illinois 60176

Re: Save A Life Foundation CO# 06498102


Our File #99-99,0088

DearMs.Spizzim:

Thefinancialreports filed with this office indicate that you have made one or more variable rate
loans to the Save A Life Foundation. Please provide us any and all information raXStaS
including the following: » P c CH ng saia joan(s)

1. Each loan agreement, loan note and any amendments thereto;

2. A schedule of all said loan(s) for each year and the current balance of each loan;
3. A schedule of all accrued interest payable on said loan(s) for each year;
4. A schedule of all interest and or principle payments made to you on said loan(s);
5. The IRS Code Section and a description of the IRS Applicable Federal Rates used to
determine the interest accrued annually on said loan(s); and
6. All board minutes approving and/or discussing said loan(s).

w ♦ T, " f ^ J ™ * a " j f t h a b b o v e a d d r e s s c t t 0 "W attention aIlliinois Attorney General's Office, 100


West Randolph Street, 11* Floor, Chicago, Illinois 60601-3175 by June 27, 2007 Thank you for vour
assistance; if you have any questions, please contact me at (312) 814-3849. .

Sincerely, / ', f

'Elaine M.Johnson, fj
Assistant Attorney General
Charitable Trust Bureau
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One South Wacker Drive, Suite 1BO0
Ctiicago, IL 60606
Ph: 312.602.6800 •■ F: 312.602.6950

June 27,2007

Ms. Elaine M. Johnson


Illinois Attorney General's Office
100 W.Randolph St.
11* Floor
Chicago, IL 60601-3175

Re: Save a Life Foundation


CO #: 06498102
File No.: 99-99,0088

Dear Ms. Johnson:

On behalf of the above-named organization and its President, Carol Spizzim, we as the
accountants are responding to your letter dated June 5, 2007 (photocopy enclosed). Your letter
requests certain information concerning loan transactions between this organization and its
founder, Ms. Spizzirri.

Please be advised that Ms. Spizzim began lending operating funds to Save A Life Foundation
(SALF) since its inception in 1993. Since that time, the outstanding loan balance and accrued
interest have been recorded on the organization's books with adjustments for reimbursements.

In response to each of the points mentioned in your letter, please be advised of the following:

1. No formal loan agreement or note exists.

24. See attached Exhibit A which reflects the loan activity since 2000.

5. This loan originated in February 1993 as it was memorialized in the board minutes
attached. Since there is no formal loan agreement, it could be characterized as a
demand note. As such, the Internal Revenue Code Section 1274 applicable federal - / - -
short term rate was 123%. # ^ ?J*
*■*.

The enclosed Exhibit B presents the organization's accrued interest calculation for the
years 2000-2006. & <y "~

6. Enclosed as Exhibit C please find photocopies of board minutes apprpving and/or


discussing said loan.

Offices'!) '
Major Cft*s
CBIZ
Ms. Elaine M. Johnson
June 27, 2007
Page 2 of 2

If you have further questions concerning this matter, you may contact the undersigned.

Very truly yours,

CBIZ ACCOUNTING, TAX & ADVISORY SERVICES, LLC

Carole A. Budyak ( /
CAB\mbl /

Enclosures

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Topic Discussion Action
Calltoorder-2:00PM Welcomed and thanked all
Carol Spizzirri, Pras. attendees for participating.
Minutes Secretary Mullins read Board Approved as read
Rita Mullins Secretar minutes of January 26,2007
Treasurer's Report Treasurer report was
Doug Browne, Treasurer approved as read
Treasurer Browne noted Spizzirri's Mullins motioned that
organization start up loan and loan Spizzirri's start up loan and
to SALF in 2004 to maintain the 2004 loan be returned to
organization during a financial Spizzirri with interest no later
shortage is still out standing and then September 1,2008.
needs to be reimbursed to her Motion was seconded by
with the agreed upon interest of Browne and motion carned.
5% to clear SALF's books no later
then next FYOB Spizzlnl has not
requestedfundsinorderto
conduct business, such as this
oast year when a marketing
cempaignmexpectedlylost
2 sponsor Spizzirri stated
K l r e w a s n o rush to return
unds urilSALFwas financially
sound T h a t ^ n i r a the children

Sated S s A L F b o o ^ S be

S T r H h a t muSnot

S * L M S m e d I only if SALF is
nn^Z^ntZ to eimburee

SALF's Bylaws allows for Mullins motioned to


Executive Board compensate Executive
Compensation compensation to Executive Board
members for time consideration. Board President for her
Secretary Mullins duties at $75 500. Motion '
Sec Mullins purposes SALF
cws™ompensating those wss seconded by Treasurer
S i v e Board members with
w^Le^lTSrrito
S SJS2? VicSdent
T M S W Sectary C h X a n -
S ^ S u h * ^ ^further
ouroosed that a sum be based on
K m o u n t of tblaTpent in doing b v ^ e a s u ^ B r o ^ i e t o
S^LF business for various SALF
relatedI Sngspaperwork and
aoaataf even s &L Members need a 1 S 0 0 0 p e r ^ a 7 S n
t S n d o f w t t c h E x , Members wlrsecondedby President
■'a.iTi-f.nfc. B1

have to pay. Spizzirri purposed to Spizzirri and carried.


post-pond this compensation until Treasurer Browne motioned
mid September 2007 when SALF that compensation for all
would be financially sound to existing Executive positions
afford this compensation. It was would begin September 1,
further purposed by Browne that 2007, or as soon as
compensation should be reviewed Foundation was financially
yearly based on the increased sound to execute these
demands and out of pocket compensations (what ever
expenses of that appointment. comes first). Motion was
Spizzirri purposed a special seconded by Secretary
Executive Board meeting between Mullins and carried. Mullins
Treasurer, Secretary and motioned that all Executive
President should be held August board members would be
2007, to purpose graduating reviewed vearlv and bv
retirement benefit options for teardlomifrauld Qualify
those Executive Board members
Who've been on the Board for u p M O % Browne
three or more years. seconded the motion Motion
arrfed Tranurar Browne
nTo^dti^^mnant
etantoaXuiBhSfcr
Klinol^cutivrmembers
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Sim fte v e a T MuHins
^ d r t te motonad and
motiori carried SpKni
mo oned Sat Treasurer

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far Jj^lrfth« l.!l
X f t ^ S n n Muffin^'
co?nnHfHth?mntinn motlnn
seconded the motion, motion

Election of New Officer Carol Spizzirri nominated Andy Motion to accept Andy Knapp
Knapp to the SALF Executive as a member of the SALF
Andy Knapp
Board. Mr. Andy Knapp feels as Executive Board was made by
Executive Board as former aide to Rita Mullins. Motion was
Health and Human Services seconded by Browne and
(HHS) Secretary Tommy carried.
Thompson. Knapp he understands
the growing need of SALF's "Pre-
EMS"mission and feels he could
serve as a liaison to those
agencies and individuals who
directly and indirectly could benefit
He feels he can additionally
strengthen SALFs image
nationally, both in board •
development at the state and
national level and generate
revenue with his contacts.

I
I
SALF GOES TO THE OLYPMICS preparedness and life supporting techniques.
Interviews, editorials and instructional training
segments make sure that “The Bystander” has
OQO Carol s “ izzirri has won the United
something for everyone.
Airlines Everyday Heroes Award”,
thanks to Tammy Janney, EMT and SALFs
state facilitator in Pennsylvania who has been
inspired by Carol and nominated her for the
“The Bystander” Radio Show
awar d.
Look for “The Bystander” brought to you by the
W ith over 7,000 essays received, Tammy’s
SALF with host Dane Neal and President/Founder
was one of the twenty-five selected to receive
Carol Spizzirri coming soon to a radio station near
winning recognition to an all-expenses paid trip
you!
to Salt Lake City including tickets to the U.S.
Olym pic events. If you or someone you know has been involved
S uch events included bobsledding, skeleton, in a life saving situation please write about it and
pair skating, speed skating, ski-jump, ice hockey send it to SALF.
and all medal ceremonies.

LT. GOVERNOR AND MAYOR WE CONTINUE TO GROW


HONOR SALF’S PRESIDENT
With the support and influence of former
In conjunction with Women’s History Month, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Ridge, now Director of
Lieutenant Governor Corinne Wood has asked U.S. Homeland Security, along with funds from
mayors throughout the state of Illinois to Centers of Disease Control, SALF established a
nominate and honor one woman who has branch in the state of Pennsylvania at the University of
positively impacted their community for the Pittsburgh Medical Center. Pennsylvania is the first
“Illinois Women Achievement Awards” state outside of Illinois to have introduced the SALF
Mayor Rita Mullins of Palatine has and its programs to their communities.
nominated SALF’s President/Founder Carol Receiving many letters from physicians and
Spizzirri for her dedication and outstanding community leaders expressing their interest to implant
achievements towards improving public safety in life supporting first aid and CPR training in their state,
communities by providing free basic first aid SALF is hopeful to branch out nationwide.
training to all schoolchildren and developing
emergency response plans that will empower FUTURE FUNDING
communities to be safer and better prepared to
deal with any emergency. Throughout the year, SALF has enforced a strict
Lt. Governor and Mayor Mullins presented adherence to the projected budgets and anticipates
the award to Spizzirri at the James R. Thompson remaining fiscally secure for the duration of the grant
Center. funding periods as provided by the State of Illinois and
the U.S. Dept. of Health & Human Services/Centers
MAKING AIRWAVES for Disease Control & Prevention.
Future funding is a critical theme for a charitable
The SALF and its message will be taken to foundation. As the organization expands nationwide,
the airwaves with a new national syndicated research into financial resources is an arduous task that
radio show called “The Bystander”. is managed with efficiency and determination.
With the show in thirty cities, “The
Bystander” gives an outlet to political leaders,
medical professionals, entertainers and local
citizens to voice their views and relate their
experiences on current events, emergency
March 2004

Major Highlights

Bush Thanks “GO ARMY” Schumacher for “Race for Life”


President Bush, an avid enthusiast of the car race circuit, gave his personal thanks to the
fastest driver in the world NRHA “GO ARMY” driver Tony Schumacher. Schumacher
greeted race enthusiasts at SALF’s second annual “Race For Life” that was held in
Palatine, Illinois. Hosted by the Village of Palatine and SALF, Import and Domestic
autos, racecars from the Porsche series, Chicagoland MOPAR, and a car driven by
NASCAR, driver Ken Shrader participated in this fundraising event. Mayor Rita Mullins
presented awards to the winning contestants from each category.

Illinois Congressional Delegation Lead SALF Initiative


Congressman John Shimkus weighted the skirmish with fellow Illinois proponents
Speaker Hastert, Congressmen Kirk, Weller, Johnson, Biggert, Davis and like bi-partisan
supporters, for SALF to remain stable. Their eagerness came to a climax as President
Bush signed the U.S. Health and Human Services FY04 budget with SALF prevailing.

Since 2000, when Congressman John Porter (retired) single handedly championed
SALF’s first federal appropriations, Congressmen from across Illinois have felt SALF’s
presence in their districts. Heeding the call from Illinois mayors to continue SALF’s
work of training school children, these gallant representatives went against all odds to
strengthen SALF’s presence statewide and help mirror Illinois’ success into other states.

Governor Ed Rendell Challenges Illinois


Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell, former Philadelphia Mayor, appointed Abass
Kamara, Special Assistant to the Governor, to assist SALF with PA State Initiative. This
marks another step forward as each member of the committee finalizes PA’s
commitment.

"SALF continues its expansion outside of Illinois, with the development of SALF-PA.
Governor Rendell, and the State Department of EMS have helped develop a plan for
integrating SALF statewide; utilizing an organizational framework based on the state's
EMS regions. Near Pittsburgh, a pilot program will begin this Spring, and efforts are
S A L F I n s i d e r - October 2004 Page 4

As with all SALF child oriented programs, the students will be We can't forget those Illinois Congressional Delegates; Speaker
trained by certified EMS professionals at no cost to the students Dennis Hastert, 14th Dist, Congressmen John Shimkus 9th
or the school. SALF is committed to strengthening EMS Dist, Mark Kirk 10th Dist., Tim Johnson, 15th Dist. and Jerry
professionals’ role in the community in order to give them the Weller 11th Dist., who awarded SALF appropriations through
recognition they so rightly deserve in addition to providing Centers for Disease Control. Without them, SALF wouldn't
invaluable knowledge to the nations youth. have been able to meet its growing challenges, and tens of
thousands of district children would not be afforded their God
“Blue Cross Blue Shield has been a partner and supporter of given right of knowing how to save the life of a loved one.
both SALF and the Chicago Public Schools for a number of
years. Blue Cross Blue Shield President Ray McCaskey’s These are positive collaborating efforts, which help bring our
leadership and commitment to the school children and SALF Pre-EMS message to our greatest asset, the children. Once a
through this initiative will educate, empower and no doubt save child learns these skills, they share them with their family and
lives” said SALF Communications Director Dane Neal. grow into more responsible citizens during times of uncertainty.
Victims also benefit from the action of a child’s newly found
Letter from the President skills, by increasing their chance of survival, leading to a longer,
Last year, due to deteriorating economic conditions, Illinois’ more productive life.
state budget found SALF with a less-than robust future. This
year, although Illinois is still facing a crunch, the state legislators YOUR help has sparked attention to SALF’s message and
saw the value of our work and decided to reward us with an stimulated our national expansion, while allowing us to honor
our simple, but compelling mission, to empower Bystanders,
increase.
starting with children, with the skills they need to appropriately
react during an emergency situation, in order to help save a life.
Individuals such as Ken Barun, CEO/President of Ronald
McDonald House Charities’ Global, Chicago and Northwest
Indiana Regional branches, and Arne Duncan, CEO of Chicago Carol Spizzirri
Public Schools, joined as partners to sponsor 40 Chicago area
schools, and with the help of Blue Cross Blue Shield Prospective Donor of the Month
CEO/President, Raymond McCaskey, will soon sponsor six SALF would like to congratulate multi-millionaire BILL
more. The climate of corporate America has intensified, as GATES on his selection as the November PROSPECTIVE
Comcast VP and SALF Nat’l Board member, Robert Ryan, DONOR OF THE MONTH!!!! Mr. Gates will receive a
offered to create Public Service Announcements, incorporating COMPLIMENTARY copy of the November newsletter as well
comments from local mayors to bring awareness and ask as a self-addressed, stamped envelope, which will hopefully
businesses to consider SALF as part of their gift-giving menu. encourage the roguishly handsome Gates, to send a generous
Still another partner, members of the U.S. Conference of contribution to the Save a Life Foundation! After his
Mayors, will also air these PSAs on their public access channels contribution is received, Mr. Gates can rest in the knowledge
throughout the nation. that good karma is a lifetime gift.

Mayors have been our greatest advocates due to their realization Why not write to Mr. Gates yourself and congratulate him on
that in disastrous times, their citizen’s lives are at risk while they this prestigious honor?
wait for advanced aid to arrive. As Edwardsville (IL) Mayor
Gary Niebur, and mayors from surrounding communities target Mr. Bill Gates
Anderson Hospital, located in Maryville, Illinois, as the newest Microsoft Corporation
SALF branch office, Miami (FL) Mayor, Manny Diaz, brought One Microsoft Way
SALF to his schoolchildren by way of his “Mentoring Program”. Redmond, WA 98052-6399
Also, Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell (former Philadelphia
Mayor) and the PA National League of Cities have encouraged Have an idea for a future potential donor? Send it to
SALF’s home within Pennsylvania¹s American Trauma Society. Mandy@salf.org!

The concern from Alexian Brothers Hospital Network (ABHN), Editors: Ryan Mark, Josh Roberts
Schaumberg, Illinois, and mayors from 50 surrounding Authors: Ryan Mark, Dane Neal, Josh Roberts,
Carol Spizzirri, Mandy Vlasz
municipalities, has hastened the establishment of still another
Design: Ryan Mark
SALF home. ABHN has not only opened their doors, but also
SALF Insider is published by
their pockets, to secure its success, appointing Mayor Irv Bock,
Save A Life Foundation
Hanover Park, IL, as SALF HUB Director. ABHN’s Kelley 9950 W. Lawrence Ave Ste 300
Clancy, Corporate Director of External Affairs, soon joined Schiller Park, IL 60176-1216
SALF’s National Board of Directors. Phone: (888) 892 0606 Fax: (847) 928 9684
salf@salf.org www.salf.org

! 2004 Save A Life Foundation, Inc.