PEDIATRIC ANGEL NETWORK INC

Mendham, NJ   |  www.pediatricangelnetwork.com

Mission

The Pediatric Angel Network is a recongnized 501(c)(3) Charitable Organization dedicated to providing assistance to families in need of financial and material support for the care of a sick or disabled child.  Support is provided by unparalleled passion and commitment from the community to sustain our most precious resource... our children.

Ruling year info

2010

Co-Founder/President/CEO

Deborah Ratynski

Co-Founder/ Chairman

Dr. Michael Nusbaum

Main address

PO Box 213

Mendham, NJ 07945 USA

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EIN

27-2909248

NTEE code info

Pediatrics (G98)

Youth Development Programs (O50)

Fund Raising and/or Fund Distribution (W12)

IRS filing requirement

This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990-N.

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Pediatric Angel Network and The PAN Project

Pediatric Angel Network has two major components to the organization.(1) Provides financial and material assistance to families of children with a long term illness or disability. Families may be experiencing difficulty due to expenses not covered by insurance but necessary for the care of their child. This may include: medications, equipment, medical and household supplies, utility bills due to equipment usage, etc. . Pediatric Angel Network may even be able to assist with an uncovered operation. (2)  We have formed a youth mentoring program with local high schools and universities enabling students to partner with special needs children. Through this partnership, the student will gain community service credit and the child will gain a friend that will engage them in activities and play appropriate for the childs medical condition. Student volunteers are trained in CPR by a professional instructor and an introduction to pediatric special needs and childhood illness is given.

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Goals & Strategy

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1. Provide financial and material assistance to families experiencing a hardship in the care of a medically fragile or sick child which insurance will not cover but is necessary in the child's care.
2. Increase donor base through increased awareness of the organizations mission and needs.
3. Increase community awareness of the need for inclusiveness of the disabled or chronically ill child in activities which promote play, joy and promote optimal health.
4. Promote wellness in special needs children and children with a long term illness.
5. Establish/expand on our Youth Mentoring Program

Increased fundraising through volunteer based events during the year.
Increased grant writing proposals to corporations aligned with our organizations missions and goals
Continue to provide community based events which allow the disabled child to participate in a fun and engaging manner.
Expand partnership with local colleges and high schools which enable a student to partner with a special needs child. Through this partnership, the student gains community service credit and the child gains a friend that will engage them in play and activities appropriate for their medical condition.

Pediatric Angel Network thoroughly reviews all requests for assistance in order to maximize our ability to provide relative grants and material assistance. The board members are actively engaged and collectively have extensive medical knowledge and experience with the medically compromised child as well as the difficulties families may incur in the child's care. Public awareness will be multifactorial. PAN's website has already received requests for assistance as well as word of mouth through the volunteers who live and work in our communities. These connections have increased our generation of funds and medical supplies.

PAN continues to review requests as they are submitted and attempts to respond in a timely manner to the family due to crisis situations. PAN will accept applications from families in accordance to the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination (LAD) The only criteria PAN will use is that of financial hardship being suffered by a family of a special needs child or a child with a long term illness and the direct costs associated. PAN continues to host the PAN Classic every year (USATF race) in order to offer the disabled child a race they can participate in from their wheelchair as well as raise funds to assist families during their hardship and to let them know they no longer have to carry a burden alone.

Financials

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PEDIATRIC ANGEL NETWORK INC

Board of directors
as of 3/27/2017
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board chair

Dr. Michael Jay Nusbaum

Obesity Treatment Centers of Northern New Jersey

Term: June 2010 -

Deborah Ratynski President/CEO

Bayada Kids

Michael Nusbaum Board Chairman

Obesity Treatment Centers of New Jersey/ Atlantic Health

Raymond Sedgh Treasurer

Hackensack University Medical Center Mountainside

Jill Evans Secretary

student

Michael Rothkopf

Morristown Memorial Hospital

Dolly Mabin

Morristown Memorial Hospital