Circuelle Foundation Inc
1680 FRUITVILLE RD. STE. 403
SARASOTA FL 34236-8545
Mission
Circuelle Foundation is dedicated to educate, engage and empower young adults to be come self-advocates for breast health and awareness.
Leadership
CEO/Executive Director Melissa Kirkpatrick
Board Chair Melissa Kirkpatrick
Board Chair Affiliation Founder
General Info
Organization DBA
DBA
0
Tax Exempt Status Public Supported Charity
Incorporation Year 2015
State Charitable Solicitations Permit Yes May 2018
State Registration Yes May 2018
Financial Summary
 
 
Projected Revenue $350,800.00
Projected Expenses $350,800.00
IRS Letter of Determination
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Other Documents
Circuelle BrochureView
Impact Statement
Accomplishments:
1. We reached over 750,000 women with our "Beautiful Awareness" message for breast health, though our outreach and social media initiatives.
2. Circuelle Foundation launched its E3 Impact breast health awareness initiative with a digital interactive experience application, Know Your Breasts, which is now available to download from iTunes.
3. We provided over 60,000 samples of breast ritual creme with self-exam instruction to educate and remind women to perform breast self-exam as part of their health routine to encourage breast awareness.
5. Circuelle Foundation developed and implemented a pilot program in high schools and colleges. The E3 Impact Education Program to support its breast awareness and breast health education mission. We taught 600 people in our pilot program and impacted at least 888. Eighty-five percent of students committed to share what they learned with at least one person.
 
Goals:
1. To convert our E3 Impact Breast Health Education Program to at least, 72 classes in seven high schools, and five college campuses.
2. To expand the "Beautiful Awareness" campaign of self-exam education to 1M women in the country via social media. To expand E3 access digital initiatives and give our breast ritual creme to an additional 150,000 women across the country to create better breast health.
3. To put "Know Your Breasts" digital health app (currently viewable on iPads), in the hands of 10,000 women and healthcare professionals. This tool educates and fosters communication about breast health. We need to convert the app into formats that can be viewed on iPhones and android devices.
4. To obtain sustainable revenue to further our mission by launching our E3 Access Digital Subscription Service. The service educates subscribers with the latest information on breast health and healthy rituals,  including monthly reminders for self-exam.
Needs Statement

1. Funds to support educational sessions. They cost $200 per class for 20 students. This will share our message and teach students breast-self exam (BSE) plus healthy lifestyle choices to reduce their breast cancer risk.  cancer.
2. Funds to sponsor and trained leader of classes at $2,500 each. By sponsoring an E(3) Influencer, you will help classrooms of students learn about breast health and awareness, how to do BSE, and adopt risk reducing life-style choices. Each instructor teaches at least 180 young adults. (Cost includes materials and travel expenses, if any.)
3. A sponsor our E(3) Access program. This NEW comprehensive digital strategy that will send out monthly breast health information, research/tips, inspiring stories from survivors, self-exam reminders. Cost is $7,500 primarily to help with setting up the technology.   
4. Be the Key Sponsor of our annual signature event at $12,500. The event will reach 3,800 young adults in person, and over 55,000 digitally. We  making a difference in how young adults view breast health. The overwhelming positive response and the impact we make drives us to reach and engage new audiences. The event will educate, engage and empower young adults.

Background Statement
Circuelle Foundation educates young adults about the risk factors of breast cancer and the importance of breast awareness. We accomplish our mission through community outreach, educational programs and strategic partnerships within the medical community. Our work focuses on providing tools to support self-advocacy and women's breast health issues. We are passionate about providing the support, education, and programs women need to make healthy, informed, and confident decisions.
 
Circuelle Foundation was established in August 2013.  Our founder, Melissa Kirkpatrick, was the daughter of a surgeon who wrote and published a book, Know Your Breasts. The book was distributed to thousands of women to educate them about their breast health. It empowered them with knowledge to make well-informed decisions with their doctor about their breast cancer.  This experience instilled in Melissa, a lifelong awareness and concern for women and the important need to understand their own breast health.
 
In 2012, Melissa developed a patent-pending breast self-exam creme. It  helps women to more easily check their breasts. Recognizing the importance of the education of breast awareness, Melissa began mission of educating women about the importance of breast awareness. This message quickly grew. She met with hundreds of women. She got their feedback on everything from the creme to breast cancer. She accepted the gift of their wisdom. She incorporated it to refine and further her mission of educating women about their breast health.  
 
Over time and after thoughtful evaluation, nearly 100 percent of Melissa's focus, shifted to breast awareness education. The decision was made to convert the organization to a nonprofit. Circuelle subsequently received its 501(c)3 nonprofit status in August 2015.
 
In the short existence, Circuelle Foundation has reached over thousands of women with its message. As an organization, it has continued on its path to empower women to have a better understanding about breast health and to lead healthier lives.
Areas Served
Areas Served
Area
FL- Charlotte
FL- DeSoto
FL- Hardee
FL- Hillsborough
FL- Lee
FL- Manatee
FL-Pinellas
FL- Sarasota
National
Other
State Wide
Areas Served Comments
Circuelle focuses its E3 Impact Education Program in Sarasota and surrounding counties in southwest Florida.
 
CIrcuelle serves all of the United States with the Beautiful Awareness initiative though educational materials, creme, and its E3 Access digital health initiative. 
 
The E3 Influence and Inspire Programs will be based in southwest Florida and focus on Florida. The digital reach will extend through the United States and abroad.
Service Categories
Primary Org Type Health Care
Secondary Org Type Education
Tertiary Org Type
Statement from the Board Chair/Board President
Circuelle Foundation has accomplished so much in such a short time. The success is a testament to the individuals involved with the organization, both paid and volunteers, who passionately believe in its mission to educate young adults about their breast health, to engage them in their health choices by teaching them the risk factors, and challenging them with improving their health to reduce their risk for cancer. Most importantly, we have quantifiable proof that our education programs empower young adults to change their breast health awareness, (95 percent state they know how to examine their breasts and will do so.)  It is why I believe so vehemently that the funding to expand this program is so critical. This is the biggest challenge the organization has: reaching thousands of young adults with life-saving information, to empower them to make changes in their life before they are confronted with something as scary as cancer.
 
When we go in the classroom, we begin with an icebreaker to move beyond the uneasiness about talking about breasts. Recently, a young lady who refused to participate in the icebreaker.  She was adamant. She was not going to talk about breasts in front of anyone. Crossed arms, crossed legs, head shaking no, verbalizing no...period, end of sentence.  The class progressed. The teens began to speak about who they knew in their own lives who had breast cancer. We began to teach them about breast health awareness. A transformation occurred in "Miss No."   She asked a question.  She became educated about breast health.  She stood up with the group as we taught them how to examine their breasts.  She began contributing.  She became engaged.
 
She completed her survey at the end of class, stating she now knew breast self-exam, and further, she committed to make a lifestyle change.  She became empowered.
 
And this young woman is why I know Circuelle makes a difference in peoples lives.
Statement from the CEO/Executive Director
Circuelle Foundation is dedicated to educating young adults about the risk factors of breast cancer and the importance of breast awareness.  We are unique in how we've designed Circuelle to accomplish its mission.  
Why is this effort needed? 
Young adults and adolescents are dramatically underserved in the area of breast health education.
Early detection and breast health awareness prevent and/or detect breast cancer early.
“The Breast Health Education and Awareness Requires Learning Young” or the Early Act, introduced by FL Rep. Debbie Wasserman Shultz was written and subsequently signed into a bill for this purpose.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention identified many gaps exist in education.  
School systems have been unable to successfully incorporate breast health in classrooms.
Our approach is unique in many ways.  We are the only organization here that focuses solely on young adults, male and female, in breast health education. We are leaders in piloting a successful program in the high school level on breast health. 

Additionally the digital health initiative, E3 Access, that includes our iOS app, "Know Your Breasts: Interactive Breast Self Exam app", is unique in the state and the country. It is the only app in the iTunes store that teaches breast self-exam interactively. 

Our new E3 Access Healthy Rituals subscription will enable regular communication with our audience, helping to continue our mission by ensuring they receive the latest in breast health research, news, and tips.
We are fortunate to have active volunteers who believe in our mission and give of their time regularly.
We believe in that being an active member of our community is not just a right, but rather an enormous responsibility. Any foundation is only as good as its outreach. It requires finding and establishing good partnerships to truly be impactful and make a difference in peoples lives, and in their community.
Finally, we understand the importance of tracking results to not only measure it but to improve.  We track the effectiveness of our program through a survey administered. The survey is designed to ask critical questions that allow us to understand if we are delivering our mission and reaching our goals. This information is tallied and shared with to help us refine our message and measure our success in relaying our mission.
As CEO and Director of the Foundation, I realize that the most important part of our organization that I can influence is our team. By hiring key individuals who believe in our mission, and directing the focus of our goals, I challenge us to lead by example. Using experiences gained in fundraising & leadership roles with previous nonprofits including the Childrens Hospital Auxiliary for 17 years(in Los Angeles and San Diego), to local outreaches in school, I lead by example based on practical past experiences.
Starting this foundation as a result of my personal real life experience, my passion to educate young adults and women about their breast health is life-long, and my drive to change - absolute.
I use my entrepreneurial experience of starting two businesses, to help me decipher the landscape of our day to day business decisions, including our goal setting, and recognizing when we need to shift courses.
As CEO, I lead by tasking and empowering and encouraging in the setting stretch goals that challenge and help achieve our mission work.
Programs
Description
This ongoing program educates teenage women and men, plus adult women on how to have healthy breasts and on the lifestyle changes necessary to create them. Each education session delivers the Circuelle better health message in a "meet you where you are" format. Volunteer educators optimize the delivery and tailor the messaging to the targeted audiences. These create fun, interactive experiences that educate, engage and empower young women and other audiences to become confident and aware self-advocates in breast health issues. 
Budget $50,000
Category Education, General/Other Educational Programs
Program Linked to Organizational Strategy Yes
Population Served Females Adults Adolescents Only (13-19 years)
Short Term Success
Our E(3) programs result include that 98 percent of the participants will make some lifestyle choices/changes that will reduce their risk for breast cancer.
95 percent of the participants stated that they are now aware of the importance of their role in their own breast health awareness and self advocacy.  Over 95 percent of the those who have been in our program state that they know how to do a proper breast self exam and plan to continue. 
Long Term Success  One in eight women can expect to develop breast cancer in their lifetimes. Breast cancer is still the most commonly diagnosed cancer in women under 39.  Circuelle reaches young adults with the news that with early detection 98 percent of women can survive breast cancer.  We educate women to protect their lives and the lives of their families and friends on the importance of knowing their "normal." Through monthly breast self-exams, we challenge them to take an active role in breast awareness. We teach lifestyle changes and healthy rituals to reduce their risks. We provide them support and education to make healthy, informed, and confident decisions. 
Program Success Monitoring We track the effectiveness of the program through a survey administered at the end of each session. The survey asks critical questions that allow us to understand how we're delivering our mission and reaching our goals. This information is tallied and shared with the staff and ambassadors to continue to refine our message.  We encourage our participants to share their experiences with us thru a website blog or interviews.
Program Success Examples
Over 96 percent of the those who participate in an E(3) program are now able to perform a correct BSE (breast self-exam.) They understand the importance of being breast aware and the benefits of early detection.
Breast cancer touches so many lives, both male and female and with the increase in cases of breast cancer among young women and men, this is a population that  really isn't reached by health care providers.  One high school teacher shared, "I am astonished at the number of my students that have some connection with cancer, but mostly breast cancer.  I strongly recommend this program the kids were engaged and really interested in the information." 
Description Circuelle's extensive digital resources take advantage of technology and further our mission. This program supports and furthers our educational and awareness goals.  The digital health program extends our in-person classes through social media channels, website resources, blogs and e-news formats, etc. For instance, our IOS app is available thru the iTunes store. It is a comprehensive tool that guides users to understand the human breast and proper techniques for BSE (breast self exam). It is useful to both professional, i.e., nurses and curios individuals. It is used in our Education programs and independently. The newest part of our Digital Health Program is a monthly e-reminders for BSE, recommendations. Users will elect to receive this information to help them reduce high-risk lifestyle choices and to obtain research-based information regarding breast health. The Facebook part of this program is receiving high traffic.
Budget $60,000
Category Education, General/Other Education, General/Other
Program Linked to Organizational Strategy Yes
Population Served Females Adolescents Only (13-19 years) General/Unspecified
Short Term Success The development of the IOS app is a significant step in reaching young women everywhere with the critical message of the both being breast aware and the proper techniques for breast self exam.  By being able to show women what to be looking for during a self exam and to have women understand what their breasts "normally" feel like we can help them to understand when something is not familiar and should be referred to their doctor. Our "beautiful Awareness" campaign focuses on "knowing your breasts" and understanding what to be looking for and the importance of regular BSE.  With the rise in breast cancer diagnoses in women under 39 we know that 98 percent of women survive with early detection of breast cancer.  Through our digital campaigns and further development of the app we believe that we can reach a significantly more women.  Our social media, blogs and e-news formats are all focused on delivering our message of educating, engaging and empowering women to make healthy, informed and confident decisions.
Long Term Success Our long-term success will be measured by the amount of downloads of our IOS app, subscribers to our social media messaging and commitment to remain engaged with Circuelle. Long-term success is about forming and keeping new habitat, so we design our work to engage women long-term.   We solicit feedback from our users. We ask our community to share their story about how being breast aware made the better self -advocates for their own breast health issues. While we focus on young women, since breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in women under 39, we connect with all women and men thru our teaching platforms, ambassador programs, and digital health initiative.   
Program Success Monitoring Young women self-report that they are now more aware of their ability and responsibility to be breast aware.  The IOS app helps them and medical professional to teach and learn about breast health and the importance of knowing your breasts.  Young women report that this knowledge and awareness gives them confidence to approach their physicians with any questions or concerns about their own breast health.  Often to be heard in the busy medical office, young women must be courageous enough to insist on being heard to protect their own health. 
Program Success Examples The Facebook part of this program is receiving high traffic. One post suggesting healthy recipes received 60,000 shares. Post typically receive 10,000 responses.  
Description Our active public awareness campaigns helps women and young adults become aware of and engage in the mission of Circuelle Foundation.  We partner with hospitals, other breast health awareness agencies, and programs that advocate for education. We engage in public speaking and conferences to promote our mission. We are committed to teaching young adults to become strong, educated self-advocates for their own breast health issues. This includes teaching them the most recent findings on risk-reducing lifestyle choices.  Our programs and events encourage partnerships and a strong participation from committed volunteers.
Budget $35,000
Category Education, General/Other Adult Education
Program Linked to Organizational Strategy Yes
Population Served Adolescents Only (13-19 years) Females General/Unspecified
Short Term Success Part of this effort includes active involvement planning a first ever local breast health programs in collaboration with local medical and educational institutions. This event will provide the community with this important and crucial information. As of late 2016, we have been involved in ten programs or events that reached thousands of women with our message and tools. These are making them strong, confident self-advocates for breath health issues.
Long Term Success Long-term success will be measured by our growing community, partnerships, and reach. We are dedicated to becoming the premier organization that educates, engages, and empowers young women on breast health issues. Our goal is that every women who hears the Circuelle message takes at least one action to reduce unhealthy lifestyle choices and begin to include regular breast self-exams in their lives.
Program Success Monitoring Unless the event organizers prohibit us from conducing evaluation (none to date), we regularly survey our program participants and track the results. We are very encouraged by the very high percentage of health care advocates who use our materials and agree to stay in contact and supports our work. All of this supports, women and young adults commitment to changes in their own breast awareness routines. These education opportunities extend the resources of Circuelle and spread the word.
Program Success Examples Over 80 percent of the women that hear our message say that they learned something that they did not know about breast health awareness.  Many commit to regular BSE. All become more breast aware.  We are being invited to present our program to a wide variety of groups and our message is changing the way these women view their own breast health. 
Comments
Program Comments by Organization
In our pilot educational programs, we educated over 600 young adults in high schools.  Prior to the session, less than 30 percent of the students have ever done a breast self exam or are breast aware.
After completing our E3 program (Impact Educational Program), breast awareness was increased to over 95 percent. The teens who state they now know how to do a breast self exam (BSE). With regard to making a lifestyle change, they could choose: performing a breast self-exam, nutritional change, lymphatic change, exercise change. Ninety-three percent of teens committed to a lifestyle change beginning that day. Additionally, 85 percent agreed to share what they learned with a friend. Using these numbers of 20 class or small group settings with an average size of 20 young adults and teens, and taking into consideration how many will share with a friend, how many teens signed up to volunteer, and how many young adults subsequently held their own E(3) program, then by adding the new critically important component, digital E(3) Healthy Rituals Reminder subscription for each person then over a year period, so 475 x 12 plus 403 (85% friends reached) equals: = 6103 people will be impacted annually per 475 young adults - 20 classes taught.  
CEO/Executive Director
CEO/Executive Director Melissa Kirkpatrick
CEO Term Start Aug 2013
CEO/Executive Director Email melissa@circuellefoundation.org
Experience
As Founder of Circuelle, I have a unique combination of lifetime experiences that qualify me to run the foundation.  Some are primarily related to the healthcare field, and others are related to running a business.
 
First and foremost, as it relates to breast health, I was blessed with an amazing, brilliant father, a surgeon, who published a book entitled Know Your Breasts, and who I worked with for 8 years.  Additionally, I created a topical examination creme, currently patent pending, that facilitates breast self-exam.  These experiences not only educated me, but cemented my passion for educating women about the importance of breast awareness and breast health.
 
I am certified as a Breast Self-exam Educator, by the National Consortium of Breast Centers. 
 
Additionally, focusing on nonprofit work in health related services, I have 17 years experience working as a volunteer in fundraising and leadership roles for both Childrens Hospital San Diego Auxiliary and Childrens Hospital Los Angeles, Centennial Guild.  Year after year in different volunteer capacities in these organizations, I learned the importance of educating and activating a community to support worthy organizations and causes.  For both these organizations our fundraisers raised (net) between $500K and $1.3M per event.
 
I am an entrepreneur and have started two successful businesses; one designing, manufacturing and distributing a textile collection; and one conceptualizing and creating the breast ritual creme, which ultimately has evolved into Circuelle Foundation due to the heavy emphasis component of education needed among women in breast health.
 
I graduated from the University of Georgia with a BFA and received the Franklin College of Arts & Science Outstanding Alumni Award in its Inaugural year, 2012.  I am on the National Council for the White House Historical Association.
Former CEOs/Executive Directors
NameTerm
Senior Staff
NameTitle
Staff & Volunteer Statistics
Full Time Staff 2
Part Time Staff 2
Staff Retention Rate % 100
Professional Development Yes
Contractors 3
Volunteers 25
Management Reports to Board Yes
CEO/Executive Director Formal Evaluation Yes
Senior Management Formal Evaluation Yes
Non-Management Formal Evaluation Yes
Collaborations
  • Sarasota Memorial Hospital Foundation  2014, 2015, 2016
  • Wine Women Shoes/Forty Carrots 2014, 2015, 2016
  • Key to the Cure/Saks 2014, 2015, 2016
Affiliations
AffiliationYear
AFP (Association of Fundraising Professionals)
Cancer Resource Network
External Assessments and Accreditations
Assessment/AccreditationYear
Awards & Recognition
Award/RecognitionOrganizationYear
Corinthian SocietySarasota Memorial Healthcare Foundation2016
invited memberWomen and Medicine Leadership Council2016
Risk Management Provisions
Government Licenses
Organization Licensed by the Government No
Plans
Fundraising Plan Yes
Communication Plan No
Strategic Plan No
Strategic Plan Years
Strategic Plan Adopted 0
Management Succession Plan No
Continuity of Operations Plan Yes
Policies
Nondiscrimination Policy Yes
Whistle Blower Policy Yes
Document Destruction Policy Yes
Directors and Officers Insurance Policy No
Policies and Procedures No
Comments
Management Comments by Organization
Operating an organization that is experiencing rapid expansion is dependent on the team that we build and the culture we grow. For Circuelle Foundation, we are always searching for the right balance of paid and non-paid team members. This becomes a balance so that we don’t expend the volunteer resources in a way that depletes a volunteers use to the organization.
We strive to maintain a culture that appreciates, respects and encourages long term contribution. As a management team, this, coupled with the continuance of our culture, is a significant area of importance and dedication.
Multi-Media Comments by Organization
Other Documents
Other Document 2
Circuelle Brochure
Board Chair
Board Chair Melissa Kirkpatrick
Company Affiliation Founder
Board Term July 2016 to June 2018
Board Chair Email melissa@circuellefoundation.org
Board Members
Board Members
NameAffiliation
Mrs. Lisa Intagliata Advisory Board
Mr. Steven King Board member
Ms. Melissa Kirkpatrick Board member
Ms. Tami Longaberger Board member
Dr. Alissa Shulman Board member
Constituency Includes Client Representation No
Board Ethnicity
African American/Black 0
Asian American/Pacific Islander 0
Caucasian 5
Hispanic/Latino 0
Native American/American Indian 0
Other 0 0
Board Gender
Male 1
Female 4
Unspecified 0
Governance
Board Term Lengths 2
Board Term Limits 99
Board Orientation Yes
Number of Full Board Meetings Annually 1
Board Meeting Attendance % 100
Board Self-Evaluation Yes
Written Board Selection Criteria No
Board Conflict of Interest Policy Yes
% of Board Making Monetary Contributions 100
% of Board Making In-Kind Contributions 100
Comments
Governance Comments by Organization

Circuelle Foundation is lead by CEO and Executive Director, Melissa Kirkpatrick.The Board of Directors has been chosen to be represent a mix of business and civic leaders, medical professionals and philanthropic individuals. We believe that this mix will help Circuelle Foundation recognize its maximum potential in raising awareness for our mission. The role of board members is to assist in securing our strategic, fundraising, and brand awareness goals.

  • The board term is two years - any individual wishing to remain on the board to serve concurrent terms may do so.

  • The board is made up of a minimum of five and maximum of eight  members.

  • The board will meet 4 times a year to review progress of our strategic goals.

Once a year acting board members can nominate additional board members to serve a term. All nominees will be approved by the Executive Director and once approved the board will vote on the nominee by majority rule.

 Please note that the BOD is newly formed and has not meet yet in 2016
   
Fiscal Year Projections
Fiscal Year Begins 2017
Fiscal Year Ends 2017
Projected Revenue $350,800.00
Projected Expenses $350,800.00
Organization has Endowment No
Capital Campaign
Currently In a Capital Campaign No
Campaign Purpose
Campaign Goal
Campaign Dates 0 to 0
Amount Raised To Date 0 as of 0
IRS Form 990s
Audit/Financial Documents
Historical Financial Review
Expense Allocation
Fiscal Year201420132012
Program Expense$5,084----
Administration Expense$96----
Fundraising Expense$0----
Payments to Affiliates$0----
Total Revenue/Total Expenses1.99----
Program Expense/Total Expenses98%----
Fundraising Expense/Contributed Revenue0%----
Assets and Liabilities
Fiscal Year201420132012
Total Assets$5,120----
Current Assets$5,120----
Long-Term Liabilities$0----
Current Liabilities$0----
Total Net Assets$5,120----
Top Funding Sources
Fiscal Year201420132012
Top Funding Source & Dollar AmountContributions, gifts, grants $10,300----
Second Highest Funding Source & Dollar Amount0 $0----
Third Highest Funding Source & Dollar Amount0 $0----
CEO/Executive Director Compensation $0 - $50,000
Tax Credits No
Solvency
Short Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201420132012
Current Ratio: Current Assets/Current Liabilities------
Long Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201420132012
Long-Term Liabilities/Total Assets0%----
Financials Comments
Financial Comments by Organization
As a newly established 501(c)3 that to date has been primarily self-funded, our largest challenge ahead of us is establishing our recurring revenue stream.  
Thankfully,  since we have been functioning as an organization since 2013, and have pre-established our standing in the community with supportive partnerships and key relationships both in the medical and the educational fields. Having strong relationships provides our organization the support, mentoring and opportunities that are critical to open doors for our mission work.
Anticipating this, we have continued down our path of defining our fundraising and mission goals for 1, 3 and 5 years.  They include the following  plans;
Peer to peer fundraising and Recurring Revenue Stream:  Establishing a digital access, monthly subscription service to educate and communicate regularly with women on a monthly basis, providing self-exam reminders, and the latest on breast health tips, research and cancer related information, to strengthen our message and our engagement with our audience.  We have proven in our work in the schools that 85% of the people we teach agree to share that information with someone else.  We believe that statistic will hold true with regular communication with our digital audience, and will grow our connections and ultimately our recurring revenue through a peer to peer fundraising plan. 
Annual Campaign:  We have developed a plan for our annual campaign, in addition several mini campaigns throughout the year.
Fundraiser:  We have decided on and are planning our first fundraiser in partnership with one of our community partners.  We are excited about this opportunity for Spring 2017 & look forward to involving community businesses for sponsorships & in-kind donations.
Grants and other income
 We are establishing growing our pilot education program which we plan to look for some outside grant assistance, and we are partnering with companies that support our healthy rituals, to help generate other income.
Financial Comments by Foundation Financial information taken from the organization's Federal 990-EZ.  Contributions may include foundation and corporate support as they are not separately stated on the tax return.
Nonprofit Circuelle Foundation Inc
Address 1680 FRUITVILLE RD. STE. 403
SARASOTA, FL 34236 8545
Phone 855 523-7465

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