Heart to Heart International, Inc.
13250 West 98th St.
Lenexa KS 66215
KC Health Fair with HHI Volunteers
Web and Phone Contact
Telephone (913) 764-5200
Mission Statement
HHI strengthens communities through improving health access, providing humanitarian development and administering crisis relief worldwide. We engage volunteers, collaborate with partners, and deploy resources to achieve this mission.
Leadership
CEO/Executive Director Mr. Jim Mitchum CEO
Board Chair Mr. Gary B Morsch MD
Board Chair Company Affiliation
History and Background
Year of Incorporation 1992
Financial Summary
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Statements
Mission Statement
HHI strengthens communities through improving health access, providing humanitarian development and administering crisis relief worldwide. We engage volunteers, collaborate with partners, and deploy resources to achieve this mission.
Background Statement In 1992, working with a handful of volunteers from his local Rotary Club, Dr. Gary Morsch ignited the Kansas City community with  the idea of working together to serve the needs of others.  The mobilization took the form a medical airlift to aid hurting people in Russia. After asking government officials for support, the volunteer group learned that the State Department would supply a C-5 Galaxy cargo plane. The “Heart to Heart Airlift” gained national momentum as pharmaceutical companies donated much-needed medicines and volunteers joined to help with logistics, travel, office tasks and much more. In May of 1992, the aircraft landed in Moscow and the 75 tons of relief supplies were distributed within Moscow and throughout the surrounding areas. At the time, it was the largest volunteer project in U.S. history. This initial project gave birth to a world-class organization that today provides quality humanitarian programs by deploying product and volunteers to serve health needs around the world.
Impact Statement
2016 has been a year of urgent humanitarian need. Your contributions helped those in underserved communities, crisis response and help families and children in desperate need.
 
Areas impacted in 2016:
  • Louisiana Flooding
  • Hurricane Matthew
  • West Virginia Flooding
  • Cuban Children’s Hospital
  • Global Refugee Crisis
  • Rural Health in SE Missouri
  • Haiti Hurricane Recovery
  • U.S. Safety Clinic Labs
  • Tennessee Fires
Heart to Heart has delivered medicines and supplies and HOPE to over 130 countries. We distribute to missions, clinics, hospitals, shelters and labs. Your support allows us to meet needs and deliver hope every day!
 
As always, thank you for connecting to a world in need through Heart to Heart International. We greatly appreciate your partnership in our efforts to aid those in need and hope you will continue supporting our humanitarian work at home and abroad in 2017. We could not have done it without you and for that, we say Thank You.
Needs Statement
  • Funding for increased capacity of our HUB (shipping and volunteer center) 
  • Funding to support disaster readiness and response during times of significant crisis, whether man-made or natural disaster, whether local, national or international in scope. 
  • Funding to support ongoing efforts to partner with the Haitian people to move from survivability to sustainability in the aftermath of the earthquake in 2010.
  • Funding to support evidence-based community health outreach programs that provide access to basic health care to minority and medically under-served populations in the Greater Kansas City area.
  • Funding to support organizational capacity building, from the recruitment of skilled and experienced staff and leadership to the modernization of technological infrastructure.
Service Categories
International Relief
Disaster Preparedness and Relief Service
Areas of Service
International
National
MO
KS
MO - Jackson County
MO - Clay County
MO - Platte County
KS - Wyandotte County
KS - Johnson County
MO - Jackson County Urban Core
KS - Wyandotte County Urban Core
CEO/Executive Director/Board Chair Statement

Heart to Heart’s mission is to improve global health through initiatives that connect people and resources to a world in need.  We are addressing the global need by working with a network of local and U.S-based partners to broaden access to healthcare for people in underserved communities around the world and in the United States.  It is our donors, volunteers and partners who are helping Heart to Heart enable communities to move from survivability to sustainability.  Whether you are formally part of the organization, volunteer with us, support us financially or count us among your valuable partners, thank you for making Heart to Heart International your connection to a world in need.

Programs
Description Heart to Heart International (HHI) supports healthcare initiatives in more than 130 countries around the world, including the United States. We work with local charities and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in underserved communities throughout United States and the developing world to address ongoing health concerns by delivering targeted resources.  Depending on the situation, “targeted resources” can be aid in the form of medicines, medical supplies, trained volunteers or medical and laboratory training.  Through its collaboration with the local charities and NGOs, HHI helps broaden access to essential healthcare services and build greater healthcare capacity at the local level. In addition to local charities and NGOs, other resources include individuals, corporations, foundations, community groups and academic centers.
Program Budget $2,250,000.00
Category International, Foreign Affairs & National Security, General/Other International Health Care Assistance
Population Served International, At-Risk Populations, Latin America & the Caribbean
Short-Term Success

By mobilizing medical aid and deploying skilled healthcare volunteers in specific situations, HHI makes healthcare more accessible for medically underserved people in parts of more than 130 countries.

Long-Term Success Through its global health programs, HHI seeks to increase access to basic healthcare for people around the world.  By working with local leaders and organizations to distribute medical supplies and organize volunteers, and by providing an outlet for giving and service for corporations, individuals, and others, HHI multiplies the outreach and effectiveness of all its partners.
Program Success Monitored By HHI tracks the types of products supplied to its national and international partners, the types of volunteer activities and services provided, and the number of people who received medical aid, whether through a community health event, a clinic in Haiti, or through our Mobile Medical Unit in response to disasters.
Examples of Program Success

In 2016, Heart to Heart passed a milestone – shipping 1.4 billion dollars worth of aid since our founding in 1992. The raw dollars only tell part of the story as these supplies provided emergency care during disasters, equipped safety-net clinics and provided life-saving medications for people with chronic diseases around the world, 

Description

During a crisis, Heart to Heart Int. works closely with its local charities and NGOs to ensure the aid given will be of real benefit to those affected by the crisis.  Assessment of the situation continues throughout the response period to ensure that the help being offered is commensurate with the need. HHI continues to assist people in the affected area until their local healthcare system is functioning at or near, pre-crisis capacity.

Because of a 25 year partnership with FedEx, HHI can provide rapid deployment of medical supplies, medicines and hygiene kits to affected areas.  For disasters within the US, HHI can deploy its Mobile Medical Unit (MMU), which serves as a clinic on wheels where healthcare providers can see patients in a professional, well-equipped and well-stocked setting.  

Disaster response is only part of the story, however; HHI must always be prepared for the next disaster.  That means that stocks of medical supplies and medicines and Care Kits must be replenished. 

Program Budget $1,276,000.00
Category International, Foreign Affairs & National Security, General/Other International Relief
Population Served US& International, General/Unspecified, At-Risk Populations
Short-Term Success

In the short term, Heart to Heart seeks to address as many unmet health needs as possible to help the affected region recover quickly from a major disaster. Short-term success is found in the number of people treated by HHI partner organizations and HHI medical volunteers in the first crucial days after a disaster.  Often, people without life-threatening injuries or ailments are marginalized in a disaster zone, though their "minor" injuries and untreated chronic diseases, such as already-diagnosed diabetes, can easily turn into serious health concerns -- not only for them, but also for others around them. HHI provides primary health care in disaster zones to address both injury and chronic disease. 

Long-Term Success

In the long-term, HHI’s disaster-response program seeks to provide communities with the emergency assistance needed to survive, recover and thrive in the aftermath of natural disasters and humanitarian crises. HHI evaluates the long-term success of its disaster-relief efforts in these ways:

  1. Were unmet needs? 
  2. Were local partners engaged to meet the needs? 
  3. Was the community able to provide for its own healthcare needs once HHI has gone? 
  4. Was the health of individuals in the community improved because of HHI?
Program Success Monitored By In each crisis response, Heart to Heart utilizes several evaluation and planning models to determine initial activities and monitor progress. Throughout the crisis response process, the widely-recognized Incident Command System framework allows for constant review of objectives achieved, challenges presented and solutions developed during each operational period. After our response has concluded, those involved in the response undertake an After Action Review process to share feedback and evaluate the overall effectiveness of the response.
Examples of Program Success

Nepal Earthquake:

We responded to the earthquake in Nepal.  $412,000 worth of medical aid and supplies delivered and direct care medical teams sent to help with the Nepal recovery.
 
Ebola Response in Liberia:

With funding from USAID, along with corporate and individual donors supporting operations with monetary gifts and product, the Tappita District Ebola Treatment Unit opened to respond to outbreaks in the region, and to provide care for those suffering from the Ebola virus. Joining our Liberian team of more than 100 medical and support staff were 30 clinicians from the U.S. and other countries. This multinational team came together to stand at the forefront of the response to one of the world’s greatest health emergencies.

Description The Safety Net Engagement Program seeks to expand and increase the capacity of local safety net agencies such as community clinics and homeless shelters by delivering high-quality medical equipment, supplies, and medications for nominal fees. By providing products at extremely low costs, safety net agencies are able to operate with increased budget capacity. Heart to Heart’s Community Outreach programs take place through community health events that seek to screen high-risk populations for chronic diseases, and connect them to safety net providers in their area.
Program Budget $354,000.00
Category Health Care, General/Other Health Care Equipment & Supplies Provision
Population Served Poor,Economically Disadvantaged,Indigent, At-Risk Populations,
Short-Term Success In 2015, HHI added a new laboratory to Turner House Children's Clinic.  We supply the equipment, reagents, supplies, protocols, volunteers and training.  Now having a lab in-house at the clinic allows doctors to run tests in 10 minutes.  Diagnosis and treatment can all be done in one visit and save the clinic and patients time and cost.
Long-Term Success

  • Increased capacity for safety net agencies and providers – measured by amount of shipments to local agencies, and cost savings associated with the shipments.
  • Increased access to health care for under and uninsured patients through community health events – measured through amount of community health events that take place, number of patients that are screened and referred to local clinics.

Program Success Monitored By
Heart to Heart tracks the number of safety net clinics that participate in the program, as well as the type and quantity of items they request and the dollar value of the items provided.Partners that conduct community health outreach events are required to track the demographics of the participants, as well as the number and types of services offered and utilized during the event. HHI also requests information on the number and type of volunteer (medical and non-medical) as well as the number of volunteer hours donated.
Examples of Program Success

Open lab at Turner House Children's Clinic and provided equipment, supplies, reagents, volunteers and training.

JayDoc Safety Net Clinic Lab:

Heart to Heart continues to provide laboratory reagents and CLS volunteers three nights a week. In September 2015 the annual training was conducted for medical students and KU Clinic Lab Scientist (CLS) working in the Jaydoc Laboratory. Each training lasted 4 hours.

Sojourner Safety Net Clinic Lab operates every Sunday afternoon in the Baptist Temple at 9th and Grand, KCMO. Sojourner serves the indigent population. HHI trained UMKC medical students to work in the Sojourner laboratory. Each group training session ran 4 hours. We continue to provide lab reagents and technical expertise for Sojourner.

Description

Normally, Heart to Heart’s disaster response ends when the local healthcare system regains its previous standard; however, in Haiti, there was little healthcare infrastructure in place prior to the earthquake. HHI decided to stay to help rebuild the local healthcare infrastructure and support community development. Since January 2010, HHI has been working in Haiti on an expanded version of the HHI model, assisting local people, charities and other NGOs.

Currently, Heart to Heart Haiti works in eleven clinics, primarily in the southeast part of the country, which is very rural and remote.  The clinics are only open part time because of the remoteness of the location and the lack of available medical personnel.  When the clinics are open, people will walk for hours over very rough terrain to see a doctor.   Heart to Heart employs Haitian doctors, nurses and community health trainers, but also uses medical and other volunteers from the US and around the world, to accomplish its mission. 

Category International, Foreign Affairs & National Security, General/Other International Relief
Population Served Poor,Economically Disadvantaged,Indigent, ,
Short-Term Success

Short term success in Haiti is measured by increases in  the number of patient visits to Heart to Heart clinics, the number of people trained by the community health trainers, the number of volunteers.

Long-Term Success

In the long term, HHI hopes to see the people in the southeast region of Haiti served by a healthcare infrastructure that is able to provide basic and specialty care and is consistent in its availability and quality.

Program Success Monitored By
HHI tracks the number of patient clinic visits provided through its partner clinics, by month and clinic location; the types of volunteers (medical and non-medical) who deploy to Haiti, as well as hours contributed; the activities and services provided by volunteers, and the dollar value and types of products supplied to Heart to Heart Haiti and other NGO partners in country.
Examples of Program Success

The year 2016 saw incredible growth in our efforts to improve access to basic services for families in Haiti. Under a UNICEF grant, we continued to build the Kore Fanmi (Family Support) program conducting socio-economic surveys in three Southeast Department communes, and hiring and training nearly 200 Community Multi-Disciplinary Agents and supervisors to work with families across the remote Southeast. Our global corporate partner Becton Dickinson (BD) provided in-country training to many of these agents in hygiene and sanitation, maternal care, and tropical disease prevention. Our work to develop community continued with the addition of 12 new Federations- local groups that bring together various sectors of a community to work together on issues like healthcare, microfinance, sustainable agriculture and much more. Across Haiti, our medical teams were challenged by the arrival of the chikungunya virus and another outbreak of cholera in the Southeast Department. We distributed hundreds of cholera kits to families near a contaminated water source and served a total of 25,000 patients in our 14 health clinic zones.

CEO Comments Heart to Heart is unique in its geographic and programmatic scope. Since 1992, Heart to Heart has provided $1.4 billion worth of humanitarian assistance in the form of medical aid and supplies and one million hours of volunteer service to more than 130 countries, including the United States. We are working to expand our local Kansas City program to include serving several international populations that are struggling to meet their health needs and are working local partners, including KU Medical Center, to address these populations' health concerns. Heart to Heart acts as a resource supply line to partner agencies, safety net clinics and other NGO’s by providing more than $134 million of medical aid--in addition to the skills and abilities of thousands of volunteers--to hundreds of agencies serving poor and indigent populations throughout the U.S. After the devastating earthquake in Haiti in January 2010, Heart to Heart committed to stay in Haiti for the long-term, helping the country to rebuild its fragile healthcare infrastructure and support community development. Heart to Heart works in several areas around Port Au Prince and is rapidly expanding its operations in the Southeast sections of the country, which are the most remote and underserved areas in Haiti. Heart to Heart has deployed over 1,500 volunteers to Haiti since the earthquake and we are working to expand the healthcare services provided in Haiti even further. Heart to Heart has been recognized by partner NGOs and the Government of Haiti as a “Partner of Choice”, one that has learned how to effectively deploy sustainable programs in that country. The organization will be working towards developing monitoring, evaluation and measurement capabilities to effectively gauge the impact of our work, particularly in terms of volunteer involvement and program effectiveness. 
Executive Director/CEO
Executive Director Mr. Jim Mitchum CEO
Term Start Oct 2014
Experience

Jim Mitchum brings considerable experience in senior executive positions to the CEO position at Heart to Heart International.  Jim has worked for Eli Lilly & Co, spent 20 years with Marion Laboratories and held international executive positions with Hoechst Marion Roussel in Germany, Aventis UK, Aventis Japan, and Sanofi-Aventis. he also holds an MBA from the University of Tennessee-Knoxville’s College of Business Administration and also has a background in service-oriented work having spent some of his youth living in Ethiopia.  Though Jim has lived and worked around the U.S. and the world, he and his wife consider Kansas City to be home, having raised their family and established roots in the KC Metro.

Co-CEO/Executive Director
Term Start 0
Compensation Last Year
Former CEOs
NameTerm
Mr. Andre T. Butler Aug 2010 - Dec 2012
Mr. Jon D. North Dec 2001 - Aug 2010
Senior Staff
Title Director of Global Logistics
Title Director of Corporate Relations
Title Vice President of Resource Development
Title Director of Communications
Title Director of Programs
Title Chief Financial Officer
Title Executive Director, Heart to Heart Haiti
Staff
Paid Full-Time Staff 30
Paid Part-Time Staff 1
Volunteers 4000
Paid Contractors 0
Retention Rate 95%
Formal Evaluations
CEO Formal Evaluation Yes
CEO/Executive Formal Evaluation Frequency Annually
Senior Management Formal Evaluation Yes
Senior Management Formal Evaluation Frequency Annually
Non-Management Formal Evaluation Yes
Non-Management Formal Evaluation Frequency Annually
Plans & Policies
Organization Has a Fundraising Plan Yes
Organization Has a Strategic Plan Yes
Management Succession Plan Yes
Organization Policy and Procedures Yes
Nondiscrimination Policy Yes
Whistleblower Policy Yes
Document Destruction Policy Yes
Collaborations
  1. FedEx -- The global transportation company supported HHI's Global Distribution Center in Kansas City, construction of a new Haiti Distribution Center and makes much of the Custom Order service possible with gift-in-kind shipping.      
  2. BD -- The medical-devices company supported the development of the HHI Ready Relief Box and also funded a three-week volunteer service trip for nearly 20 employees, who worked with HHI staff and local partners in three locations in Haiti.
  3. Johnson & Johnson -- The multinational pharmaceutical company worked with HHI to develop a hygiene kit for disaster survivors.
  4. The American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee -- The coordinating body for disaster funds from Jewish federations throughout the world continued to support our HHI's in Haiti by providing critical funds for the HHI cholera response in the southeastern part of the country.
  5. WelchAllyn - Through its "Ripple Effect" program, HHI receives purchasing credits based on a portion of WelchAllyn's sales.  These credits are then used by charities and NGOs to purchase medical devices at a greatly reduced cost.
Affiliations
AffiliationYear
InterAction - Member1998
Partnership for Quality Medical Donations (PQMD) - Member1999
Better Business Bureau Wise Giving Alliance - Organization2013
Olathe Chamber of Commerce2000
Independent Charities of America2010
External Assessment and Accreditations
Assessment/AccreditationYear
Charity Navigator2006
Awards
Award/RecognitionOrganizationYear
"Best in America" Seal of ApprovalIndependent Charities of America2011
"America's 200 Largest Charities"Forbes Magazine2011
Philanthropy 400Chronicle of Philanthropy2011
"Top 20 Most Efficient Charities in America"Forbes.com2011
Business of the YearLenexa Rotary Club (Lenexa, KS)2012
In recognition of our long term commitment to improving the health of the people of Haiti.Centers for Disease Control Foundation2013
One of America's Top Charities - Humanitarian CategoryConsumers Digest2012
4 - Star Top Rating for the last 8 YearsCharity Navigator2016
Government Licenses
Is your organization licensed by the government? Yes
CEO Comments

Heart to Heart International is governed through a board of community leaders consisting of up to 14 members. This board meets quarterly to review policies, adopt procedures and oversee all aspects of governing the organization. Through the board’s committee structure, all programs, financial statements, fundraising, fund management and board development are reviewed throughout the year. A close relationship and accountability exists between the Board Chair and the Chief Executive Officer. The Executive Committee, consisting of the current Chair, Chair-Elect, CFO, CEO, and Founder acts through the authorization and ratification of the entire board. The CEO is the paid leader and representative of the staff. The President serves in a voluntary role on the Board of Directors and as international spokesperson. To provide overall guidance, the Chair of the Board leads the board in its fiduciary responsibilities. However, to more accurately reflect the constituencies served by our programs, Heart to Heart has committed to diversifying our Board of Directors. Having completed a preliminary Board Composition Analysis, the organization develop a Board Diversification Strategy in the 2013. We feel strongly that a Board of Directors representing a diverse array of ethnicities, skills, experiences and perspectives will enhance the overall guidance provided to the organization as we move forward. Furthermore, Heart to Heart’s management is dedicated to containing administrative costs and managing the growth of expenses. Audited financial statements are available to the public upon request. 2014 we welcomed Jim Mitchum as our new CEO and early 2015 developed a Vision plan for the organization.

Board Chair
Board Chair Mr. Gary B Morsch MD
Term Jan 2014 to Dec 2017
Email gary@hearttoheart.org
Board Members
NameAffiliation
Mr. Art Chaudry President / CEO - Swope Community Enterprises
Mr. Jan Creidenberg Life Sciences Consultant
Ms Carla Duryee Carla Duryee Consulting
Mr. James Kerr R. Ph.Price Chopper Pharmacy
Mr. Bob Lambrechts J.D.Lathrop & Gage
Mr. Jim Mitchum CEO - Heart to Heart International
Dr. Gary Morsch M.D., M.Ph.Community Volunteer
Dr. Lee Norman M.D.Senior Vice President and CMO - University of Kansas Hospital
Mr. Jon North MidAmerica Nazarene University
Dr. Richard Randolph III, M.D.College Park Family Care
Mr. John Vandewalle M.D.Community Volunteer
Board Demographics - Ethnicity
African American/Black 2
Asian American/Pacific Islander 0
Caucasian 9
Hispanic/Latino 0
Native American/American Indian 0
Other 0
Board Demographics - Gender
Male 10
Female 1
Unspecified 0
Governance
Board Term Lengths 3
Board Term Limits 2
Board Meeting Attendance % 78%
Written Board Selection Criteria? Yes
Written Conflict of Interest Policy? Yes
Percentage Making Monetary Contributions 78%
Constituency Includes Client Representation No
Number of Full Board Meetings Annually 4
Standing Committees
Board Development / Board Orientation
Development / Fund Development / Fund Raising / Grant Writing / Major Gifts
Executive
Finance
CEO Comments Heart to Heart International is governed through a board of community leaders comprised of up to 14 members. This board meets quarterly to review policies, adopt procedures and oversee all aspects of governing the organization. Through the board’s committee structure, all financial statements, fundraising, fund management and board development activities are reviewed throughout the year. A close relationship and accountability exists between the Board Chair and the Chief Executive Officer. The Executive Committee, consisting of the past Chair, current Chair and Chair-Elect, Secretary, Treasurer, CEO and Founder acts through the authorization and ratification of the entire board. The CEO is the paid leader and representative of the staff. The Founder serves in a voluntary role on the Board of Directors and as international spokesperson. To provide overall guidance, the Chair of the Board leads the board in its fiduciary responsibilities. However, to more accurately reflect the constituencies served by our programs, Heart to Heart has committed to diversifying our Board of Directors. Having completed a preliminary Board Composition Analysis, the organization is preparing to develop a Board Diversification Strategy in the coming months. We feel strongly that a Board of Directors representing a diverse array of ethnicities, skills, experiences and perspectives will enhance the overall guidance provided to the organization as we move forward. Furthermore, Heart to Heart’s leadership team is dedicated to containing administrative costs and managing the growth of expenses. Audited financial statements are available to the public upon request.
Financials
Fiscal Year Start Jan 01, 2017
Fiscal Year End Dec 31, 2017
Projected Revenue $5,326,781
Projected Expenses $5,090,811
Endowment Value $68,156
Spending Policy Income plus capital appreciation
IRS Letter of Exemption
Foundation Comments
  • FY 2015, 2014, 2013: Financial data reported using IRS Form 990. 
  • Foundation/corporate revenue line item may include contributions from individuals.
Detailed Financials
 
Revenue SourcesHelpThe financial analysis involves a comparison of the IRS Form 990 and the audit report (when available) and revenue sources may not sum to total based on reconciliation differences. Revenue from foundations and corporations may include individual contributions when not itemized separately.
Fiscal Year201520142013
Foundation and
Corporation Contributions
$6,505,182$4,578,436$3,280,635
Government Contributions$0$0$0
Federal------
State------
Local------
Unspecified$0$0$0
Individual Contributions------
$15,736$17,995$34,835
$810,554$734,166$894,369
Investment Income, Net of Losses($43,685)$19,585$3,235
Membership Dues$0$0$0
Special Events$0$0$0
Revenue In-Kind$119,813,912$94,160,273$88,238,473
Other$21,644$22,162$12,311
Expense Allocation
Fiscal Year201520142013
Program Expense$140,981,053$85,642,201$134,134,705
Administration Expense$795,044$718,984$768,367
Fundraising Expense$631,313$567,397$670,604
Payments to Affiliates------
Total Revenue/Total Expenses0.891.140.68
Program Expense/Total Expenses99%99%99%
Fundraising Expense/Contributed Revenue10%12%20%
Assets and Liabilities
Fiscal Year201520142013
Total Assets$11,302,784$27,466,439$14,127,599
Current Assets$1,201,337$2,224,825$1,419,159
Long-Term Liabilities$1,018,037$1,202,788$1,088,085
Current Liabilities$386,413$813,398$172,863
Total Net Assets$9,898,334$25,450,253$12,866,651
Short-Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201520142013
Current Ratio: Current Assets/Current Liabilities3.112.748.21
Long-Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201520142013
Long-Term Liabilities/Total Assets9%4%8%
Top Funding Sources
Fiscal Year201520142013
Top Funding Source & Dollar AmountMylan Pharmaceuticals $94,319,923Anonymous $521,028Anonymous $474,161
Second Highest Funding Source & Dollar AmountAbbVie $7,219,977Anonymous $359,072Anonymous $275,000
Third Highest Funding Source & Dollar AmountJanssen Pharmaceuticals $6,868,141Anonymous $235,312Anonymous $220,000
Capital Campaign
Currently in a Capital Campaign? No
Capital Campaign Anticipated in Next 5 Years Yes
Organization Comments
Heart to Heart International boasts a historically low 2% overhead. Much of our revenue comes in the form of gift-in-kind donations, primarily pharmaceuticals and medical supplies. The value of these commodities and the modest expense of operating our organization -- coupled with partnerships through which we receive donated transportation and the use of volunteers to deliver our humanitarian services and products – keep our overhead very low. Through these means, we are able to leverage every contribution, which makes Heart to Heart an attractive nonprofit to individuals and corporate donors alike. Heart to Heart enjoys a fairly even mix of philanthropic support from three primary sectors.  In 2016, individual donors accounted for 21% of our support, corporate contributors accounted for 44%, clubs and organizations 17% and private foundations gave 3% of all cash contributions.  USAID and UNICEF funding for 14% was the remainder of 2016 donations. In addition to expanding our reach to and retention of individual donors, honing our outreach to corporate donors, we plan to explore available planned giving channels, develop new revenue streams and utilize greater numbers of volunteers for fundraising activities. With the implementation of these strategies, Heart to Heart will be provided with a stable resource base from which to grow.
 
Top 3 Funding sources for 2016:
Mylan $51,299,566; Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies $9,966,225; Accord Healthcare $2,233,738
Organization Name Heart to Heart International, Inc.
Address 13250 West 98th St.
Lenexa, KS 66215
Primary Phone (913) 764-5200
Contact Email info@hearttoheart.org
CEO/Executive Director Mr. Jim Mitchum CEO
Board Chair Mr. Gary B Morsch MD
Year of Incorporation 1992