Annual Report

September 2018-August 2019

Strong Families are the Core
of Thriving Communities

In 2019 Any Baby Can celebrated 40 years of serving families in Central Texas.

We saw an increase in clients with growth in communities beyond our core service areas. In response, we opened a satellite office in San Marcos, started offering parenting classes in Williamson County, and identified new opportunities to partner with other agencies.

We also completed a strategic planning process which yielded a new mission and vision. It’s been an amazing and busy year!

Veronda Durden
Any Baby Can President and CEO

Strong Families are the Core of Thriving Communities

In 2019 Any Baby Can celebrated 40 years of serving families in Central Texas.

We saw an increase in clients with growth in communities beyond our core service areas. In response, we opened a satellite office in San Marcos, started offering parenting classes in Williamson County, and identified new opportunities to partner with other agencies.

We also completed a strategic planning process which yielded in a new mission and vision. It’s been an amazing and busy year!

Veronda Durden
Any Baby Can President and CEO

Strong Families are the Core of Thriving Communities

In 2019 Any Baby Can celebrated 40 years of serving families in Central Texas.

We saw an increase in clients with growth in communities beyond our core service areas. In response, we opened a satellite office in San Marcos, started offering parenting classes in Williamson County, and identified new opportunities to partner with other agencies.

We also completed a strategic planning process which yielded in a new mission and vision. It’s been an amazing and busy year!

Veronda Durden
Any Baby Can President and CEO

Any Baby Can Celebrates its
40th Anniversary!

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COMMUNITY IMPACT AND KEY ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Between September 2018 and August 2019, Any Baby Can…

Served

0

families and children

Provided

0

service hours

Offered

$0

in basic needs assistance

Hosted

0

classes

Facilitated

0

mental health support groups

CLIENT DEMOGRAPHICS

All parents should feel supported, valued and empowered to ensure their children have the best chance at a bright future.

Any Baby Can clients face extreme poverty.

The proportion of clients in extreme poverty is increasing.

Any Baby Can 2019

43%
22%
36%

Any Baby Can 2018

41%
24%
35%

City of Austin

8%
7%
85%

Extreme poverty (less than 50% FPL)

In poverty (50-100% FPL)

Above FPL

Poverty Demographics

Federal Poverty Level (FPL) for a family of four: $25,750/year

Note: Percentages represent the proportion of Austin residents/clients within each income category. City of Austin values based on the estimates from the American Community Survey. 2019 poverty level from U.S. Health & Human Services.

The majority of Any Baby Can clients are Hispanic.

City of Austin

35%
49%
8%
7%
1%

Any Baby Can

61%
26%
9%
2%
1%

Hispanic

White

African American/Black

Asian

Other

Ethnicity Demographics

Note: Percentages represent the proportion of Austin residents/clients of each race/ethnicity. City of Austin values based on estimate from the U.S. Census Bureau. Please note that Any Baby Can typically reports race and ethnicity (Hispanic/Non-Hispanic) separately; however, in order to compare to Census demographic data, these data were combined.

Any Baby Can serves clients in 10 Texas counties.

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Llano 1%

Burnet 1%

Bell 1%

Williamson 7%

Travis 71%

Hays 17%

Blanco <1%

Caldwell <1%

Bastrop 2%

Fayette 1%

Top Zip Codes Number of Clients
78617 382
78744 309
78640 241
78741 226
78753 178
78666 164
78610 119
78758 107
78704 107
78702 97

WHERE ARE THEY NOW?

Over the year, we revisited our history and shared stories from past clients and one of our founders.

Camrin-Natalie

Life-Changing Family Support

“I was a mother who couldn’t keep a job because of my son’s special needs, appointments, behavioral issues and illnesses. With the support I received from Any Baby Can, I was able to get my son the help he needed, and fulfill my own professional dreams.” Read more

walking talking smiling miracle

Walking, Talking, Smiling Miracle

“I really didn’t think I could do it. We were facing the cost of delivery, a week in the NICU, and neurological testing. When they told me I needed a therapist weekly, I thought ‘How are we going to pay for that?’ It was a paralyzing fear.” Read more

Walter

A Journey in Courage

“Without Any Baby Can I wouldn’t be as independent as I am now. I don’t think I would have had the courage to move to Texas. Or go through with school. They come to you and fill your time with knowledge. I’m so grateful for this program.” Read more

Eric-Angela-blog

Eric’s Extra Super Powers

“When your child has an illness or disability, it can feel really isolating. Any Baby Can created a community for me, helped me feel informed about hearing loss, and helped me see a life beyond the diagnosis.” Read more

Gerardo-blog-banner

From NICU to Hospice to Kindergarten

“When hospice left, that’s when Any Baby Can came into our lives with physical, occupational and speech therapies. Gerardo has overcome the odds with Any Baby Can.” Read more

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A Trailblazer in Early Childhood Intervention

“Any Baby Can performs a huge service to the community and without our programs we’d see many more social problems.” Read more

ANY BABY CAN IN THE NEWS

Legislative session focus on education and in-home programs

During the 2019 Texas legislative session, Any Baby Can worked closely statewide stakeholders on issues such as early intervention and home-visitation programs. Read more.

 

Making a Difference: Miracle Baby – Helping a Family Facing an Uncertain Future

Simon receives specialized skills training and behavioral, cognition, and speech therapies through Any Baby Can’s Early Childhood Intervention services. We don’t know what the future holds for Simon. But mom says that Any Baby Can is helping them capitalize on the moments that Simon has and giving him a chance to thrive today. Read more.

Nurse-Family Partnership National Service Office Awards Over $13.5 Million to Expand Local Programs

The Nurse-Family Partnership National Service Office presented these Incentive Fund Awards to local network partners that have been successfully changing outcomes for moms and babies in poverty. Read more.

‘It’s crazy how much progress he’s made.’ ECI providers push for more funding

“Over the last several years, we’ve seen a decrease in funding for the ECI programs at the state level,” added Veronda Durden, the CEO and president of Any Baby Can. “Over the last several years, the impact to the cost to provide services has increased, and so we’re having to look to other funding sources to fill the gap between the cost to run the program and what the State of Texas provides.” Read more.

Grand Opening At The Village Of San Marcos Is Friday

The campus, located at 215 S. Reimer Avenue in San Marcos, will add facilities for Community Action, Inc. of Central Texas, Any Baby Can/ Early Childhood Intervention, the Family Justice Center, and the Women, Infants and Children Program, The 29-acre campus also includes sports fields for youth and a future site for the Hays County Food Bank. Read more.

THANK YOU TO OUR SUPPORTERS!

SPONSORS AND DONORS

3M

ABC Home and Commercial Services

Andrew & Lillian A. Posey Foundation

Aquila Commercial

Armbrust & Brown, PLLC

Arnold Foundation

Austin American Statesman

Austin Community Foundation

BallotBox Online, LLC

Bank of America

Bazaarvoice

Capitol Chevy

Carl C. Anderson Sr. & Marie Jo Anderson Foundation

CBRE

Central Texas Motorcycle Charities/Harvest Classic

Clark Hill Strasburger

Donald D. Hammill Foundation

ECG Foundation

Frost Insurance Agency, Inc.

Gallogly Family Foundation

Georgetown Health Foundation

Greater Texas Federal Credit Union

Harry E. & Eda L. Montandon Charitable Trust

H-E-B Tournament of Champions

Heritage Title

Herman H. Fleishmann Foundation

Living Legacy Foundation

Michael and Susan Dell Foundation

Moody Foundation

Nurse Family Partnership Incentive Fund

Ogletree Deakins

Paulos Foundation

Pfizer Inc.

PlainsCapital Bank

RWH Foundation

Seton Healthcare Family

SpawGlass

St. David's Foundation

St. David's Medical Center

Stahl Family Foundation

Stein Family Foundation

Texas Capital Bank

Texas Children's Hospital

Topfer Family Foundation

Triumphant Love Lutheran Church

United Way of Greater Austin

Westlake United Methodist Church

Winstead PC

ANGEL SOCIETY

Kathy Bailey

Brad and Kathy Ballee

Brian and Karen Burgess

Lance and Mary Carlson

Julie Clark

Joyce Durst and Nancy Harris

Dean El-Baz

Andrew Fear

Cindi Gallop

Shafeeqa Giarratani

Bob and Gail Hughes

Casey and Ashli Knust

Jim and Mary Kozlowski

John and Patricia Lamb

Jay and Kelley Lamy

Adam and Kim Levinson

Steve and Ellen Miura

Chris and Tricia Moose

Michael and Tonya Netzley

Leo and Tracye Ortega

Jason and Lisa Parrish

John and Dixie Paulos

Sara and Dick Rathgeber

Jim and Karen Sherriff

Lynn Stahl

Greg and Heidi Stein

Edward Tomaneng

Emily Twitchell

Greg and Amy Van Wyk

Dan and Sara Jane Watson

Antonio and Alexandra Alfau

Jim and Patrice Arnold

Jason and Christie Barany

Cliff and Mary Ann Barkley

Lisa Beckerman

James and Kay Broaddus

Eileen and Brian Buesing

Matt and Mary Burns

Brett and Melissa Butler

Chris Cashion

Caroline Caven

Jeffrey and Robin Chapman

Scott and Mary Catherine Deskins

David and Stacey DeStefano

David and Veronda L. Durden

Andy and Christie Garbe

Tyler and Wendy Goldberg

A.W. and Jody Goodson

Bobby and Jan Jenkins

TiWanna Kenney

Jessica Kirker

Nancy LeBoeuf

Mark and Sara Luttrell

Chris Moehnke

Dan and Christi Mondrik

Wade and Melanie Morgan

Rob and Lou Ann Peterson

Aaron and Marisol Rawlins

Joel and Laurel Reed

Mark and Gayle Rolland

Dr. Rose Schneier

John Scarborough

Angela and Jerry Springer

Frank and Beth Stabile

Tom and Julie Stevenson

Shelley and Gary Szucs

Karen and Stanley Wang

Kevin and Vicki Wood

Manuel and Jane Zuniga

Jim and Ellen Balthazar

Rebecca Thorp

Stewart Whitehead

Brett and Melissa Butler

Brett and Sharon Rodgers

 

Any Baby Can Development Team

Shawn Abbott

Debbie Angus

Kirby and Sammie Baird

Paul and Marjory Coffeen

Dr. Samuel Collier

Dale and Leigh Cox

Zoltan and Patti David

Doug and Sheila Dierking

Sean and Trenton Foster

Michelle and Andres Guerra

Rick Gutierrez

Blake Holman

Robin Ingari

Sean and Ana Jordan

Ronnie and Cindy Klatt

Loree LaChance

William and Angela Marshall

Angel and Dan Mathews

Patsy and Lou McCreary

Michael and Shannon O’Connor

George and Kim Oswald

John Parker

Karen Quinlan

Deborah Russell

Lucas Smith

Tony and Leigh Stein

William Swail

Reuben Torres

Raul Trevino

Bob and Sandra Van Wyk

Betty Woods

Mary Worthy

Benjamin Teske

Jackie McDonald

Juanita Lester

Marisol Acosta

Natalie Russell

Patricia Booser

Clean Spaces

Red & White Greenery, Inc.

Sisk Robb, Inc.

Mary Harper

Melisa Atkinson

 

CONTRACT PARTNERS

Texas Health and Human Services Commission

City of Austin

Texas Department of Family and Protective Services

United Way for Greater Austin

SAFE (Project HOPES)

Travis County

Texas Department of State Health Services

People's Community Clinic

Caritas of Austin / Best Single Source Plus (BSS+)

Housing Authority of the City of Austin

City of San Marcos

City of Buda

SPECIAL THANKS

Michael & Susan Dell Foundation

St. David's Foundation

United Way

United Way of Hays County

Season For Caring

BOARD MEMBERS

Brian Burgess

Casey Knust

Chris Moose

Christie Garbe

David Bank, M.D.

David DeStefano

Jay Lamy

Kelley Hawkins

Kevin Wood

Kimberly Levinson

Kirby Baird

Leo Ortega

Marjorie Clifton

Marsha Jones

Matt Burns

Norbi Zylberberg

Samuel Collier, M.D.

Shafeeqa Giarratani

Sonya Thorn

TiWanna Kenney

Tracy Letzerich

Wade Morgan

FINANCIALS

Revenue

$10,165,866

Revenue

Expenditures

$10,748,420

Expenditures

Note: Total revenue does not reflect foundation grant revenue available from multi-year grants reported in previous fiscal years.