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DMC Receives Nonprofit of the Year Award : Dayle McIntosh Center

DMC Receives Nonprofit of the Year Award

DMC Representatives Receiving Non-Profit of the Year Award

  • Congresswoman, Loretta Sanchez, 46th District
  • Congressman, Ed Royce, 39th District
  • Congresswoman, Mimi Walters, 45th District
  • State Senator, Janet Nguyen, District 34
  • State Senator, Bob Huff, District 29
  • Assembly Member, Tom Daly, 69th District
  • Assembly Member, Young Kim, 65th District
  • Supervisor, Shawn Nelson, 4th District
  • Supervisor, Todd Spitzer, 3rd District

This achievement of this award is a high point in the growth of the organization. In 1977 the Dayle McIntosh Center (DMC) began operation with a budget of $52,000, a staff of two, and four core services. Currently, the Center’s annual budget exceeds $2,000,000, the DMC team includes 28 employees, and the organization offers 16 programs for individuals with disabilities.

DMC values quality of service and strives to ensure that programs function at peek performance. The Center aspires to be a model disability organization, which offers excellent service to every consumer every time.

The staff and governing board are committed to these principles:

Effective Communication
DMC relates to others in a manner that conveys honesty, openness, and mutual respect.
Community
DMC advances the concepts of interdependence, collaboration, and unity.

Equality
DMC upholds the belief that all U.S. citizens are entitled to the benefits of American society and promotes a global view of inclusion, which embraces diversity on all levels.

Individual Choice

DMC supports the right of people with disabilities to direct their own lives including setting boundaries, taking risks, and pursuing their goals and dreams.

Transparency

DMC commits to a level of program and fiscal accountability that reflects the trust afforded the center by consumers, funders, and the public.

The Dayle McIntosh Center is proud to be located in Anaheim and takes seriously its obligation to assume a leadership role in improving the quality of life in the city. Recognition as the “Nonprofit Organization of the Year” is a great honor and DMC is grateful to the Anaheim Chamber of Commerce for the award of this distinction.

Video interview of Paula Margeson, Executive Director, and Marcy Lovett, Board President:

By, Paula Margeson, Executive Director, Dayle McIntosh Center


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