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Annual Report
2010 - 2011

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YEAR-END RESULTS

Ontario March of Dimes was found in 1951. March of Dimes Canada was created in 2005 to permit March of  Dimes to extend its services beyond the Province of Ontario to all Canadians with disabilities. The recently proclaimed Canada Not-for-profit Corporations Act (2011) will permit the merger of these corporations and, in the future, their activities will operate under a single charitable corporation and the March of Dimes Canada brand.  This annual report is a consolidated review of Ontario March of Dimes (Charitable Registration #: (BN) 10788 3928 RR0001)  and March of Dimes Canada (Charitable Registration #: (BN) 87958 5214 RR0001) .

Over the years, Ontario March of Dimes set up four subsidiaries to meet the various needs of the community. The four subsidiaries are: March of Dimes Canada, Ontario March of Dimes Non-Profit Housing Corporation, OMOD Independence Non-Profit Corporation, and Rehabilitation Foundation for Disabled Persons Inc. U.S.  The subsidiary annual reports and financial statements are reported separately and are available online at www.marchofdimes.ca/annualreport.

Our programs and functional areas are rated according to performance against the annual plan, the strategic plan and the budget. Red indicates a variance from target, yellow indicates risk or potential for variance to target, green indicates successful attainment or surplus to target.

Category Rating Rationale
FINANCIAL Yellow Net performance was below budget due to the loss of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) contract. An overall surplus was achieved by several programs and expense reduction.
PROGRAMS
Employment Services
Red Net performance was below budget due to the loss of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) contract. An overall surplus was achieved by several programs and expense reduction.
Independent Living Green All Key Performance Indicators were met with enough slack to endure zero increases to base funding over the next two years. Program growth continues.
AccessAbility® Services Green Home & Vehicle Modification® Program evaluation was very positive. Assistive Devices Program funding and service levels strong. Barrier-Free Design Services is growing. Only MODmobility program is problematic.
National and Provincial Programs Yellow Peer Support, Conductive Education and Recreation programs are all growing. The yellow rating is due to program growth outstripping resources and the heightened demands of national expansion.
FUND DEVELOPMENT Green Fund Development achieved their budget and exceeded prior year's budget for the first time in almost a decade. This helped to offset the lower performance by Employment Services proprietary services.
ADMINISTRATION
Overall
Green Total expenditures were 10% below budget and 5% below forecast.
Information Technology Yellow New accounting and HR/Payroll systems operational, but capital costs and outstanding work required to complete the accounting, HR, case management and scheduling will impact the 2011-12 capital budget.
OVERALL Yellow Uncertainty in Employment Services' contracts impacts the organization as a whole.

 

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