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UNITED WAY OF CENTRAL MARYLAND

2011-2012 Annual Report (July 1, 2011 - June 30, 2012)

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OUR MISSION:

Mobilize the community to improve people’s lives.

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Dear United Way Supporter, What an amazing year! Harnessing the collective impact of so many donors, volunteers and partners during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2012, United Way of Central Maryland (UWCM) was able to: •

Prevent family homelessness and reduce student mobility (thanks to a grant from the Siemer Institute for Family Stability), as well as stabilize the lives of the homeless and near homeless with emergency shelter, transitional housing and supportive services, enabling people to obtain and remain in housing – a first step in the path out of poverty.

Make individuals and families in our community healthier via the Access to Healthy Food Initiative, a multi-year, multi-partner program aimed at increasing the affordability and accessibility of healthy food for central Marylanders in need. Targeting the many food deserts across our region, United Way raised more than 2.8 million pounds of healthy food in the initiative’s first year alone.

Educate at-risk children through school-readiness programs, quality child care, tutoring and other out-of-school time activities, improving literacy and academic skills.

Connect people in desperate situations with help 24/7 via our 2-1-1 Maryland at United Way of Central Maryland call center, which answered more than 96,000 calls last year from local people in need of housing, financial or utility assistance, food, and more.

Mobilize volunteers from workplaces, families, schools and other groups like Emerging Leaders United (our young professionals society) to donate their time and talents to improving our community – whether harvesting produce on a farm, serving meals to the homeless, beautifying nonprofit centers or scheduling free tax prep appointments for low-income earners.

Looking ahead, we are continuing our work with results-oriented programs that lift central Marylanders out of poverty and move them toward self-sufficient, high-quality lives – and are sharpening that focus to ensure that the youngest members of our community are not left behind. Our new Family Stability Initiative is tackling the problem of family homelessness, which can have long-lasting implications for the academic success of children. And another new program, READ LEARN SUCCEED, is aimed at helping children from low-income families learn to read so they can succeed in school and beyond. Thank you for supporting this important work that touches lives every day in our community. Best wishes for an even brighter future,

Mark Furst John Cammack President and CEO Chair, Board of Directors United Way of Central Maryland United Way of Central Maryland

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OUR IMPACT IN FY2012

We operate on the belief that education, income and health are the building blocks of a successful life. By focusing our work in these three areas, local people facing poverty can get out of crisis, stabilize their lives and ultimately, achieve self-sufficiency. Below is a sample of the outcomes-oriented community work that UWCM supported this year in Baltimore City and Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Carroll, Harford and Howard counties – ensuring that a network of services exists for people overcoming poverty.

BASIC NEEDS SELF-SUFFICIENCY

EDUCATION

INCOME

HEALTH

After-School Programs

Permanent Housing

Virtual Supermarket Program

Workforce Development

Employment Training

Farm Expansion

School Readiness

Financial Education

Healthy Food Drives

Childcare

Tax Preparation Services

Preschool for Homeless Children

Case Management

Learning Centers

Eviction Prevention

GED Programs

Legal Services

Summer Youth Programs

Utility Assistance

Tutoring

Housing Stabilization

STABILIZATION

SUSTENANCE

Volunteer Gleaning on Farms Urban Farmer Training Veggie Vouchers Victim Advocacy Prescription Assistance Health Care Patient Navigation

Temporary Housing

Holiday Meal Programs

Emergency Shelter

Elder Nutrition Programs

Homeless Outreach

Mobile Health Clinics

2-1-1 Maryland at United Way of Central Maryland

Did You Know? Across the nation, someone dials 2-1-1 every two seconds. UWCM’s 2-1-1 call center answered more than 96,000 calls for help from people in need of utility assistance, health care, housing, food and more.

More than 300,000 More than 1 out of every 10 central Marylanders lives in poverty. UWCM funded services for nearly 54,000 central Marylanders facing poverty, including housing, healthy food, school-readiness and financial literacy.

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central Marylanders are food insecure. UWCM’s Access to Healthy Food Initiative expanded access to healthy food by more than 2.8 million pounds in the first year of the program through growing more, improving distribution, and increasing availability and affordability.

LIVES IMPACTED Fresh Produce Leads to a Fresh Start Esther from Anne Arundel County knew that an important part of her dialysis treatment was eating healthy, but had to rely on whatever was available at her local food pantry where healthy options were often limited. Thanks to UWCM’s Access to Healthy Food Initiative (in partnership with FoodLink), Esther started eating fresh produce regularly. Funding from UWCM enabled the organization to make foods like sweet potatoes, tomatoes, kale, peppers and apples available to its clients, many of whom experienced health issues. Esther’s health improved dramatically, and now she volunteers to deliver food to others in need.

Home Again in Harford County Jan and her four children’s lives changed suddenly one day after a terrible car accident, which caused Jan to be hospitalized for several weeks, her bills left unpaid. Before long, the family became homeless. It could happen to almost anyone. Fortunately, a UWCM funded partner, The Arc Northern Chesapeake Region, was there to help. The UWCM funding enabled Jan to pay the security deposit on a new apartment and a portion of the first month’s rent. She also secured donated furniture and had help moving. Thanks to UWCM funding, Jan found a full-time job that she enjoys, and her family is on its way to self-sufficiency.

Domestic Violence Survivor Rebuilds Her Life Annie, the mother of a three-year old daughter and five-year old son with Down syndrome, fled a domestic violence situation and had nowhere for her family to live. After a stay in a shelter, she moved into transitional housing provided by Bridges to Housing Stability, a UWCM funded partner in Howard County. Thanks to support from Bridges, Annie enrolled in and passed training programs to become a nursing assistant. With her new job, Annie had the financial means to afford housing for her family – as well as newfound confidence and independence.

Single Mom Finds Care – and Hope – for Special Needs Daughter Sarah’s income was in jeopardy as she struggled to keep her retail job while ensuring that her daughter, Mia, received the necessary care for her behavioral and mental health challenges. Affordable, high-quality child care can be difficult for anyone to find, but particularly so for a child with special needs. The Carroll County resident enrolled in United Way funded partner Carroll Child Care Center’s Sliding Scale program, where Mia receives behavioral analysis from local mental health professionals. This program, underwritten by UWCM, allows Sarah to maintain her self-sufficiency by retaining her job and providing Mia with the appropriate treatment, education and care all in one location. *Names have been changed for confidentiality reasons.

Looking Ahead At our core, United Way is an organization dedicated to strengthening local communities by focusing on the building blocks of a good life: education, income and health. In addition to our Access to Healthy Food Initiative and other programs that address basic needs, healthy food and community resources, our new Family Stability Initiative and READ LEARN SUCCEED are helping families with housing, financial security and education. By continuing to convene private, public and nonprofit partners, we can and will create long-term solutions to our community’s greatest issues.

Learn how you can help support UWCM’s Access to Healthy Food Initiative at www.uwcm.org/healthyfood. For more information about our Family Stability Initiative, visit www.uwcm.org/family.

To volunteer with READ LEARN SUCCEED, visit www.uwcm.org/read.

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SPECIAL PARTNERSHIPS AND EVENTS

Day of Action Hundreds of volunteers mobilized on October 20, 2011 to complete projects at 30 nonprofits throughout the region, and did so again throughout the spring for our Days of Action.

Emerging Leaders United Conference 150 young leaders attended our 1st annual Live United Young Professionals Conference, organized by our Emerging Leaders United (ELU) group. The day-long conference included sessions about building your personal brand, social media, public speaking and other topics relevant to today’s young leaders.

Days of Action Events fall and spring

The speakers were great and the sessions were very applicable to the issues young professionals face in our career development. In fact, I had trouble deciding which session to attend. It was also so beneficial to meet other professionals like me outside of my normal network and I am looking forward to more ELU events to come. - Feedback from one of the 2012 ELU conference attendees

Emerging Leaders United 1st Annual Live United Young Professionals Conference attendees February 23, 2012

Photo at center: ELU Conference Keynote Speaker MSNBC Anchor, Thomas Roberts

Youth Ventures Students from Edgewood High School in Harford County and Benjamin Franklin High School in Baltimore City presented proposals for community projects and received grants to execute them in this year’s Youth Ventures program, made possible through funding from SimplexGrinnell and Tyco.

Student United Way Alternative Spring Break College students from five local universities gave up a day of their spring break to make a difference volunteering at Mosaic Community Services as part of Student United Way of Central Maryland’s Alternative Spring Break.

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Student United Way of Central Maryland volunteering at Mosaic Community Services March 2012

UWCM PROGRAMS 2-1-1 Maryland at United Way of Central Maryland In addition to answering more than 96,000 calls for health and human service help 24/7, 2-1-1 MD at UWCM engaged in several special initiatives to expand our impact.

Harvest of Plenty

Helping Baltimore children stay engaged and nourished while school is out in partnership with Baltimore City Super Summer.

Connecting uninsured individuals and families with health care in partnership with HealthCare Access Maryland.

Scheduling tax assistance appointments for low- and moderate-income central Marylanders to help them move toward financial stability in partnership with Baltimore CASH Campaign.

Pictured above: Walter called 2-1-1 for the first time to participate in Harvest of Plenty. His wife had passed away earlier in the year, and since then he had been struggling to provide for their six children. A stoic man, his voice trembled when he talked about his gratitude for this meal, “It means a lot.”

Ensuring that 2,500 local families in need would not go without a Thanksgiving meal, 2-1-1 MD at UWCM ran its 19th Annual Harvest of Plenty holiday meal program.

Access to Healthy Food Initiative In its first year, the initiative expanded access to healthy food by 2.8 million pounds for food insecure central Maryland residents.

Access to Healthy Food Initiative Launch - October 10, 2011 Harvest Helpers Gleaning crops on the farm to donate to local food pantries, volunteers joined in the Access to Healthy Food Initiative and often made it a family affair.

Families Living United Stone Soup at Our Daily Bread - November 19, 2011 “Stone Soup” UWCM’s Families Living United volunteer group participated in two sold-out “Stone Soup” gatherings, where each family brought an ingredient and together, assembled healthy meals for local families in need.

Calvert School Healthy Food Drive - October 24-28, 2011 Healthy Food Drives 89 organizations contributed to our Access to Healthy Food Initiative by running healthy food drives, a twist on the traditional food drive that encourages thoughtful donations of nutritious items.

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FINANCIAL REPORT

FY 2010

Funds Raised

FY 2011

(‘,000)

Pledges and contributions, net of uncollectibles

$

Community initiatives

33,243

FY 2012

(‘,000)

$

32,233

(‘,000)

$

34,052

69

465

815

Grant revenue

3,678

4,457

3,496

Realized and unrealized gains

1,659

1,818

547

Other revenue

1,195

1,441

1,575

TOTAL FUNDS RAISED

$

39,844

$

FY 2010

Funds Supported

40,414

$

FY 2011

(‘,000)

FY 2010 $39.84m

$40.41m

40,485

Funds Raised

FY 2012

(‘,000)

F

FY 2011

(‘,000)

PROGRAM SUPPORT Allocations and other distributions

$

Donor designations

8,971

$

6,692

$

7,405

15,310

17,965

18,648

Grants

3,020

4,545

3,150

Programs services

2,383

1,487

1,776

2-1-1 Maryland at UWCM

1,433

1,213

1,139

96

105

94

United Way Worldwide membership TOTAL PROGRAM SUPPORT

$

31,213

$

32,007

$

FY 2010 $31.21m

32,212

P SUPPORT SERVICES Administration

$

Development United Way Worldwide membership TOTAL SUPPORT SERVICES

$

2,745

$

2,041

$

2,091

5,187

4,724

4,939

159

195

202

8,091

$

6,960

$

7,232

FY 2010 $8.09m

FY 2011

FY

$6.96m

$

There is no membership or application fee charged to any agency in order to receive designations or, in the case of impact partners, be part of United Way of Central Maryland’s federation.

Support Services

Through our various fundraising channels, United Way of Central Marylan In doing so, we absorb significant marketing, fundraising, accounting and customer serv

United Way of Central Maryland, Inc. Audited Statement of Financial Position performed by Ellin & Tucker, Cha

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Balance Sheet

FY 2012

0

As of June 30, 2010

ASSETS Sheet Balance

$40.48m

Cash and cash equivalents

(‘,000)

$

Pledges and other receivables, net of uncollectibles

FY 2012 $32.21m

$32.00m

Y 2012

$7.23m

$

4,475

(‘,000)

$

3,808 15,534

Prepaid expenses and other assets

1,062

1,005

1,105

Investments

9,907

11,589

12,180

Equipment, net

581

528

460

Charitable trust

828

972

968

$

31,944

$

33,802

$

34,054

$

5,346

$

5,210

$

5,429

LIABILITIES

Designations payable Retirement benefits-related payable Accounts payable and accrued expenses Grants payable

t

(‘,000)

15,234

Allocations and other distributions payable

Program Suppor

3,356

As of June 30, 2012

16,075

TOTAL ASSETS

FY 2011

As of June 30, 2011

TOTAL LIABILITIES

11,370

11,740

11,568

459

334

181

1,491

1,088

1,014

718

1,664

1,055

$

19,624

$

20,036

$

19,247

$

8,253

$

10,036

$

10,437

NET ASSETS Unrestricted Temporarily restricted Permanently restricted

3,432

3,097

3,737

633

633

633

TOTAL NET ASSETS

$

12,320

$

13,766

$

14,807

TOTAL LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS

$

31,944

$

33,802

$

34,054

nd provides critical funding to more than 1,500 nonprofit organizations. vice costs that the nonprofits would have incurred had they raised the funds themselves.

artered. Full financial statements are available by contacting United Way of Central Maryland at 410.547.8000.

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RECOGNITION AND LEADERSHIP SPECIAL RECOGNITION Volunteer of a Lifetime Dr. William Breakey Philanthropists of the Year Fred and Ferie Mirmiran

Peter L. Beilenson, M.D. Howard County Health Department

Organization of the Year PricewaterhouseCoopers

Stephanie M. Beran Legg Mason & Co.

Clementine Peterson Award Brooke Hodges Bank of America

Adrian Bordone Social Solutions

Healthy Food Ambassador Molly A. G. Shattuck Molly Shattuck Vibrant Living Bernard Cook Meritorious Leadership Awards: Anne Arundel County Raymond Frederick University of Baltimore Merrick School of Business Baltimore City Betsy Nelson Association of Baltimore Area Grantmakers

D. Stuart Bowers DST Brokerage Solutions Patricia M. C. Brown (Chair Elect) Johns Hopkins HealthCare John H. Cammack (Chair) Cammack Associates, LLC G. Mark Chaney CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield Dwayne C. Debnam, D.Min. Morning Star Baptist Church

Baltimore County Jim Wheeler, AIA Ayers Saint Gross

James M. Dickinson, Ph.D. Business Volunteers Unlimited Maryland

Carroll County Virginia Harrison Carroll County Human Relations Commission

Deborah H. Diehl Whiteford, Taylor & Preston

Harford County The Honorable Angela Eaves Circuit Court of Harford County

Marianne D. Fishler, CFP® Foundry Wealth Advisors Roderic Flowers SECU

Howard County Bob Riedy The Rouse Company (retired)

Jeffrey S. Glaser, Esq. Saul Ewing

EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT TEAM

Paul M. Gleichauf Howard County General Hospital

Mark Furst President and Chief Executive Officer Rick Marsh Chief Financial Officer Elise Lee Chief Development Officer

Kevin J. Manning Stevenson University

COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP BOARDS

Darlene Miglioretti SunTrust Bank

Anne Arundel County Esther Leslie Avery Anne Arundel County Public Schools

Dominique S. Moore, Esq. Moore Real Properties Sheela Murthy Murthy Law Firm Joseph M. Nicolaus Northrop Grumman Corporation Edward J. Novak Baltimore County Public Schools Jason T. Pett, CPA (Treasurer) PricewaterhouseCoopers Henry B. Reiff McDaniel College Jeffrey A. Rivest University of Maryland Medical Center

Victoria Bayless Anne Arundel Health System Adrian Bordone (Chair) Social Solutions Elizabeth Brush Arundel Community Development Services Mary Clapsaddle Maryland Department of Legislative Services Michael DuVall, Jr. Foster Thomas Raymond Frederick University of Baltimore Merrick School of Business

Kathleen H. Sabatier, M.S., RN (Immediate Past Chair) Community Volunteer

Loretta Haring The Capital

James W. Schneider OneMain Financial

Mike Holmes Holmes Consulting

Steven R. Schuh Schuh Advisory, LLC

Barbara Huston Partners In Care

Molly A. G. Shattuck Molly Shattuck Vibrant Living

William Kuethe Kuethe State Farm Insurance

Michael T. Smith PNC Bank – Greater Maryland Market

Les McCollum Federal Express

Leonard A. Strom Archdiocese of Baltimore

Marcie Nourse Anne Arundel County Public Schools

Ernest R. Grecco (Secretary) Metropolitan Baltimore Council, AFL-CIO Unions

Jonathan W. Thayer Constellation Energy

Nancy O’Meara Continental Realty Corporation

Tammy L. Turner Baltimore City Public Schools

Joyce Phillip, M.A., SPHR University Physicians

Warren A. Green LifeBridge Health

James Wheeler, AIA Ayers Saint Gross

Christine Hughes Poulsen Anne Arundel County Department of Social Services

Elayne Hettleman Leadership Baltimore County

Trent B. Williams Wells Fargo Wealth Management Group

Jack Whitelaw Community Volunteer

Martina Martin Chief Administrative Officer

Brian L. King Community Volunteer

Sandy Monck Chief Impact Officer

Kevin A. Klages BGE HOME

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Denise Koch WJZ 13 Eyewitness News

Reginald S. Avery, Ph.D. Coppin State University

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Richard P. Barth, Ph.D. University of Maryland School of Social Work

Charles T. Langmead McCormick & Company

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David Wilson, Ed.D. Morgan State University Fred Wolf, III Ballard Spahr

Baltimore City Peter L. Beilenson, M.D. (Co-Chair) Howard County Health Department Renee Christoff T. Rowe Price Jonathan Claiborne Whiteford, Taylor & Preston

Dick Cook University of Maryland School of Social Work Vu Dang Mayor’s Office, Baltimore City Emerson Dorsey, Jr. Tydings & Rosenberg Dominique S. Moore, Esq. (Co-Chair) Moore Real Properties Susan Gauvey U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland Charlene Hayes The Johns Hopkins University Thomasina Hiers Mayor’s Office of Human Services, Baltimore City John Kastner CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield Kevin Keegan Family League of Baltimore City Donald Kohlhafer Bank of America Merrill Lynch Molly McGrath Baltimore City Department of Social Services Calvert (Sherry) Necker SunTrust Bank Kathleen H. Sabatier, M.S., RN Community Volunteer

Rick Mattox Lockheed Martin Corporation Don Schlimm Baltimore County Local Management Board Keith Scott (Chair Elect) Baltimore County Chamber of Commerce Kenneth Westary Community College of Baltimore County James Wheeler, AIA Ayers Saint Gross Michelle Wright CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield Carroll County Steven Aquino Aquino & Wolpoff Financial Group James Ball Carroll Community College Virginia Harrison Human Relations Commission Sarah Lowman Boscov’s Department Store Mike McMullin Carroll County Chamber of Commerce David Moore Knorr Brake Corporation

Carrie Schreiber BB&T

Henry B. Reiff (Chair) McDaniel College

Kirk Wilborne U.S. Department of Agriculture

Patricia Richardson Carroll County Times

Baltimore County Bruce DeCourt Comcast

Barbara Rodgers Carroll County Health Department

Nick D’Alesandro Baltimore County Department of Social Services

Michael Shank M&T Bank

Matthew Haas Manekin The Late Mary Harvey* Community Volunteer Mary Jean Herron Health Care for the Homeless Elayne Hettleman (Chair) Leadership Baltimore County Tricia Isennock Franklin Square Hospital Center

Joseph Desmond (Chair Elect) PayPal Vic Dodson Harford Community College Beth Hendrix Harford County Government Darlene Miglioretti (Chair) SunTrust Bank The Honorable Angela Eaves Circuit Court of Harford County George Heidelmaier, Jr. It’s PayDay Frank Kellner, CPCU, AIC The Harford Mutual Insurance Companies Christopher Ozazewski Wells Fargo Advisors Jill Svrjeck Harford County Department of Social Services Howard County Ernest Brodbeck, Jr. Neschen Americas Craig Cummings, Ed.D. Howard County Public Schools Vidia Dhanraj Howard County Department of Citizen Services Cynthia Ensey PNC Bank Katie Essing, SCSM, SCMD The Mall in Columbia Charlene Gallion Howard County Department of Social Services Paul M. Gleichauf (Chair) Howard County General Hospital

Diane Steckel New Windsor State Bank

William Glover (Chair Elect) Archdiocese of Baltimore

Evan Wyant BB&T

Gregory Grey, RLA Grey & Associates

Rita Zimmerman Carroll County Government

L. James (Jim) Happel Johns Hopkins University, APL

Harford County Fred Branscome M&T Bank

Mike Hassett Spanish Point Road

Joseph Collins Patterson Mill Middle-High School

Dale Jackson Howard County Government

* We honor the memory of Ms. Harvey, whose outstanding service to those in need helped improve many lives.

Deanna Lintz Carrollton Bank Cindy Peterka Howard Community College Christopher Regnier Wells Fargo Bank Daniel Rettig COPT Property Management Services Robert Riedy Community Volunteer William Ross, Sr. The Ross Company Jenna Rovegno, M.S. Science Applications International Corporation Timothy Rozalski Howard Bank Lori Somerville, M.S. Humanim

CAMPAIGN FUNDRAISING CO-CHAIRS Mayo Shattuck Exelon Corporation Molly A. G. Shattuck Molly Shattuck Vibrant Living

2-1-1 MD AT UWCM COMMITTEE Brian L. King Community Volunteer

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Adrian Bordone Social Solutions Patricia M.C. Brown (Chair Elect) Johns Hopkins HealthCare John H. Cammack (Chair) Cammack Associates James M. Dickinson, Ph.D. Business Volunteers Unlimited Maryland Deborah H. Diehl Whiteford, Taylor & Preston Roderic Flowers (BVD Chair) SECU Emerson Dorsey, Jr. Tydings & Rosenberg Paul M. Gleichauf (Regional Representative) Howard County General Hospital

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RECOGNITION AND LEADERSHIP (continued) EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE (continued)

Bryan Porter Ellin & Tucker, Chartered

Ernest R. Grecco (Secretary) Metropolitan Baltimore Council, AFL-CIO Unions

Candice Rabovsky Ayers Saint Gross

Dominique S. Moore, Esq. (Regional Representative) Moore Real Properties Jason T. Pett, CPA (Treasurer) PricewaterhouseCoopers Henry B. Reiff (Regional Representative) McDaniel College Kathleen H. Sabatier, M.S., RN (Immediate Past Chair) Community Volunteer Molly A. G. Shattuck Molly Shattuck Vibrant Living James Wheeler, AIA Ayers Saint Gross

EMERGING LEADERS UNITED ENGAGEMENT COMMITTEE

Maggie Rhodes Investment Counselors of Maryland Aronya Waller Laureate Global Products and Services Joseph Zajdel, M.B.A. The Columbia Bank Samantha Zipp-Dowd LifeBridge Health

EMERGING LEADERS UNITED 2012 CONFERENCE SPONSORS Wells Fargo (Platinum Sponsor)

Karen Carter The Johns Hopkins Hospital

FINANCE COMMITTEE

Benjamin Jordan (Co-Chair) Wells Fargo Corporate Trust Services

G. Mark Chaney CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield Mark Demilio Community Volunteer Joseph M. Nicolaus Northrop Grumman Corporation Jason T. Pett, CPA (Chair) PricewaterhouseCoopers Michael T. Smith PNC Bank – Greater Maryland Market

HUMAN RESOURCES ADVISORS

Jennifer Lockhart Johns Hopkins Community Physicians Monica Mitchell Wachovia Bank, A Wells Fargo Company Christiana Moniodis The Shelter Group Ashley Moore Attorney

Thomas Trzcinski Johns Hopkins Health System Treasury Management

Roderic Flowers SECU Gary Foss Gary Foss Consulting

Sheela Murthy Murthy Law Firm Laura A. Pierson-Scheinberg Jackson Lewis Mary Louise Preis Community Volunteer Lois M. Shofer, Ph.D. Atlantic Group Companies Susan Thomas Community Volunteer

TOCQUEVILLE SOCIETY CHAIRS

Dr. Ellen H. Yankellow Correct Rx Pharmacy Services

Terry F. Neimeyer (Vice Chair) KCI Technologies

Patricia McHugh Lambert (Vice Chair) Pessin Katz Law, P.A. Hannah Rodewald (Chair) The Pleasure of Your Company

WOMEN’S LEADERSHIP COUNCIL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Stephanie M. Beran Legg Mason & Co. Kelly A. Black, CPA BLK Accounting & Consulting Patricia M. C. Brown Johns Hopkins HealthCare Lynne M. Durbin, Esq. Adhesives Research Debra C. Emerson Constellation Energy Barbara Epke LifeBridge Health Marianne D. Fishler, CFP® Foundry Wealth Advisors

Brian L. King Community Volunteer

Linda K. Fredeking Prudential Homesale YWGC Realty

Pamela Paulk Johns Hopkins Medicine

Dana S. Gloor Baritz & Colman

Lisa Punt Y of Central Maryland

Carole B. Miller, M.D. Saint Agnes Hospital

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Patricia J. Mitchell Community Volunteer

James Uveges (Chair) Colombo Bank

WOMEN’S LEADERSHIP COUNCIL CHAIRS

Murthy Law Firm (Bronze Sponsor)

Nikki James The Baltimore Sun

Michael Stafford RBC Wealth Management

Ellin & Tucker, Chartered (Bronze Sponsor)

Danielle Barreto BB&T

Laura Gidley Aisthesis

Brian L. King Community Volunteer

Steven R. Schuh (Chair) Schuh Advisory

Legg Mason Global Asset Management (Bronze Sponsor)

Brandy Freeman OneMain Financial

Jerel Brager Janney Capital Markets

Johns Hopkins Medicine (Silver Sponsor)

Katie Allston Marian House

James Engler, Jr. PricewaterhouseCoopers

INVESTMENT COMMITTEE

SPECIAL THANKS TO Combined Federal Campaign Civilian, Military and Postal Employees of the U.S. Federal Government Maryland Charity Campaign Employees and Retirees of the State of Maryland Combined Charity Campaign Employees and Retirees of the City of Baltimore

GENEROUS SUPPORTERS $2,000,000 and Above Constellation Energy Johns Hopkins Institutions $1,000,000 - $1,999,999 McCormick & Company T. Rowe Price $500,000 - $999,999 CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield $250,000 - $499,999 Bank of America Blue Waters Foundation Legg Mason LifeBridge Health M&T Bank Procter & Gamble Cosmetics United Parcel Service University of Maryland Medical System Wells Fargo $100,000 - $249,999 American Trading and Production Corporation Anne Arundel County Public Schools Annie E. Casey Foundation AT&T Maryland Baltimore County Government Brown Advisory

DLA Piper Enterprise RAC Company of Baltimore France-Merrick Foundation Hendersen-Webb Laureate Education Murthy Law Firm Nationwide OneMain Financial PNC RG Steel - Sparrows Point / USW 9477 A Renco Group Company Rosemore Stifel Nicolaus & Company SunTrust Bank The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company TRANSAMERICA $50,000 - $99,999 AAI Corporation Anne Arundel Medical Center Bunting Family Foundation Comcast Cablevision Corporate Office Properties Trust Cristal Global Ellin & Tucker, Chartered Enterprise Community Partners FedEx Gordon Feinblatt Greater Baltimore Medical Center Heritage Properties J.J. Haines & Company Johnson, Mirmiran & Thompson KCI Technologies Kirkland & Ellis LLP Lord Baltimore Capital Corporation Macy’s Mercy Medical Center Middle River Aircraft Systems Nordstrom - Annapolis Mall Nordstrom - Towson Northrop Grumman Corporation Ober, Kaler, Grimes & Shriver PricewaterhouseCoopers Susquehanna Bank The Baltimore Life Companies Travelers Company United Way of Central Maryland Venable Verizon Maryland Vulcan Hart Company W. R. Grace & Co. Whiteford, Taylor & Preston $25,000 - $49,999 ABS Capital Partners Baltimore Aircoil Company Baltimore County Public Schools

BB&T Company Becton Dickinson and Company Best Buy Broadway Services C&S Wholesale Grocers Catholic Charities of Baltimore Central Atlantic Toyota Costco Wholesale Corporation Deloitte DST Systems Ernst & Young Frito-Lay GE Commercial Finance Harford County Public Schools Hogan Lovells US Holly Poultry Howard Bank Howard County Government Howard County Public Schools IBM Kaiser Permanente Lockheed Martin Integrated Systems and Global Solutions Lois and Philip Macht Family Philanthropic Fund MedStar Health Miles & Stockbridge Morgan Stanley Smith Barney Nordstrom - Columbia RBC Wealth Management Rite Aid Mid-Atlantic Customer Support Center Saul Ewing SECU Stevenson University TCOM The Adams Express Company The Baltimore Sun Media Group The Columbia Bank The Community College of Baltimore County The David & Barbara B. Hirschhorn Foundation The Federal Reserve Bank The Harford Mutual Insurance Companies The Kennedy Krieger Institute The Leonard & Helen R. Stulman Charitable Foundation The Time Group University of Maryland Faculty Physicians Wegmans Food Markets $10,000 - $24,999 American Radiology Services American Red Cross Blood Services Greater Chesapeake and Potomac Region American Red Cross of Central Maryland Anne Arundel County Government

Arbitron ATK Space Systems Automatic Data Processing Ayers Saint Gross Ballard Spahr Baltimore City Foundation Baltimore Metropolitan Council Battelle Eastern Science and Technology Center Bon Secours Baltimore Health System Bon Secours Health System Cassidy Turley City of Annapolis Government CliftonLarsonAllen Coca-Cola Enterprises Colonial Pipeline Company CSX Technology Custom Direct Eli Lilly and Company First Financial Federal Credit Union of Maryland Gallagher, Evelius & Jones General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems Giant Food Global Payments GM Baltimore Transmission / UWA #239 Goodell, DeVries, Leech & Dann Gross, Mendelsohn & Associates H. Chace and Helen S. Davis Fund Harris Teeter HMS Insurance Associates Pessin Katz Law Howard Community College IKON Office Solutions / Ricoh Americas J. C. Penney Company Knorr Brake Corporation KPMG Lockheed Martin Mission Systems and Sensors Loyola University Maryland Manekin Maryland General Hospital Maryland Hospital Association McDaniel College Monro Muffler/Brake Service Nathan & Suzanne Cohen Foundation Neuberger, Quinn, Gielen, Rubin & Gibber Nordstrom - The Rack, Annapolis Nordstrom - The Rack, Towson Notre Dame of Maryland University NuStar Energy PHH Arval Practice Dynamics Ricoh Americas Corporation Saint Agnes Hospital Signal Hill

Space Telescope Science Institute State Auto Insurance Companies State Farm Insurance Company Sylvan Learning Target TD Ameritrade Holding Corporation The Archdiocese of Baltimore The Baltimore Ravens The Hanover Insurance Group The John J. Leidy Foundation The Lois & Irving Blum Foundation The Louis H. Gross Foundation The Zanvyl and Isabelle Krieger Fund Tresys Technology UnitedHealth Group Upper Chesapeake Health Vision Technologies WeCare Private Duty Services Williams Energy - District 190 Wm. T. Burnett & Co. WIYY Radio WJZ-TV 13 Worthington Armstrong Venture (WAVE) $5,000 - $9,999 APGFCU Baltimore Equitable Insurance Foundation Bituminous Casualty Corporation Bolton Partners Cargill Salt Carroll County Public Schools Carrollton Bank Carton Donofrio Partners CenturyLink Cigna Healthcare Downtown Partnership of Baltimore Exelon/PECO Energy Company First Data Merchant Services Franklin Square Medical Center Gannett Fleming Harford Community College Harford County Public Library Harland Clarke Highmark Medicare Services Hobart Honeywell Technology Solutions Lab Investment Counselors of Maryland Jacob & Hilda Blaustein Foundation John S. Connor Johnson & Johnson Kohl’s Distribution Center Legal Aid Bureau Lockheed Martin Marriott International Marshall Craft Associates Martin’s Food Markets Maryland Center for Veterans Education and Training

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RECOGNITION AND LEADERSHIP (continued) $5,000 - $9,999 (continued) McGuireWoods Merck & Co. Metropolitan Life Insurance Company Home and Auto Insurance Morgan Stanley Motorola New Windsor State Bank Norfolk Southern Press Ganey SAIC Semmes, Bowen & Semmes Signode STV Incorporated Sysco Baltimore The Bert Foundation The Daily Record The Hecht-Levi Foundation The Independent Can Company The Number Ten Foundation The Sumner T. McKnight Foundation Thomas, Bennett & Hunter Tydings & Rosenberg LLP Unisys URS Corporation WebbMason Weis Markets Wilhelm Commercial Builders Xerox Corporation Other Generous Supporters 1st Mariner Bank AAA Mid-Atlantic Abbott Laboratories Acme Paper & Supply Co. Agilent Technologies Air Products and Chemicals Alban Tractor Co. Alcatel-Lucent Allegis Group Alzheimer’s Disease & Related Disorders Association - Greater Maryland Chapter American Express Tax & Business Services Andersen Corporation Applied Signal Technology APWU Health Plan ARINC Incorporated Arundel Community Development Services Ascend One Corporation Associated Black Charities Balder Foundation Baltimore Business Journal Baltimore Child Abuse Center Banta, Campbell Architects Berkshire Associates Blades & Rosenfeld Boscov’s Department Store Boys & Girls Clubs of Harford County Maryland

Bridgestone Americas Business Volunteers Unlimited Carroll Child Care Centers Carroll Community College Carroll County Public Library Carroll County Times Carroll Hospital Center Ceridian Corporation Chrysalis House Chrysler Financial Services of North America Ciena Corporation City of Westminster Clarence & Anne Dillon Dunwalke Trust Classic Coldspring North CommerceFirst Bank ConAgra Foods Continental Realty Corporation Cytec Engineered Materials Dataprise Duke Realty Ecolab Edith Rothschild Weinberg Philanthropic Fund Epilepsy Foundation of the Chesapeake Region Episcopal Ministries to the Aging Euler Hermes Feats Gap Atlantic Distribution Center General Dynamics Robotic Systems General Growth Properties Gilman School Grassroots Crisis Intervention Center Green Mount Cemetery Hagemeyer North America Hampton Inn and Suites Health Care for the Homeless Hershey Foods Charities Funds Transfer Hewlett-Packard Company Hoffman-La Roche Holman Automotive Group House Of Ruth Maryland HSBC - North America Human Services Programs of Carroll County HUMANIM Hyatt Regency Baltimore IDEXX Laboratories Innovative Emergency Management Intel Foundation Isaac & Leah M. Potts Foundation Jacobs Technology Janney Montgomery Scott Jewish Community Services John Hancock Kellogg’s Snacks Kohl’s Department Stores L.L. Bean

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Liberty Mutual Group Lincoln Financial Advisors Lowe’s Magellan Health Services Mahan Rykiel Associates ManpowerGroup Marian House Maryland Association of Nonprofit Organizations Maryland Business Roundtable for Education Maryland Chamber of Commerce Maryland Financial Bank Maryland Science Center Maryland Society for Sight MedChi Mercer LLC Metropolitan Baltimore Council AFL-CIO Microsoft Corporation Morning Star Baptist Church Namaste Foundation Neschen Americas New York Life Insurance Company PACT: Helping Children with Special Needs Patuxent Publishing Company Paychex Pearlstone Family Fund PepsiCo Pratt Food Project PLASE Prologue Ralph & Shirley Klein Foundation Raymond James Financial Raytheon Company Respira Revere Bank Richard & Rosalee C. Davison Foundation Riggs, Counselman, Michaels & Downes RockTenn Rogers-Wilbur Foundation S.P. Richards Co. Sam’s Club SC Johnson Fund Selective Insurance Group Service Coordination Shapiro, Sher, Guinot & Sandler Shepherd’s Clinic Social Solutions Spears/Votta & Associates St. Vincent de Paul of Baltimore SURVICE Engineering Company TD Bank Charitable Foundation Teledyne Energy Systems The Allstate Corporation The Arc of Howard County THE ASSOCIATED: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore The Baltimore Orioles

The Boeing Company The Classic Catering People The Eliasberg Family Foundation The Family Tree The Fedder Company The G.L. Connolly Foundation The Greater Baltimore Committee The Hartford The Principal Financial Group The Salvation Army - Baltimore Area Command The Sherwin-Williams Company TIAA-CREFF Financial Services Tobey, Julie and Lucy Roland Philanthropic Fund Town of Bel Air UGI Energy Services - Gasmark Valero Energy Corporation Valic Valspar Corporation Verizon Wireless Victaulic Company of America Wal-Mart Stores Ward-Boland Associates Wareheim Air Brakes Water Chemical Service Watermark Cruises Whitman, Requardt & Associates Wilkins Rogers Mills Williamsburg Homes Willis HRH W.R. Grace Davison & Co. WSMT Insurance Y of Central Maryland YWCA of Annapolis & Anne Arundel County YWCA of the Greater Baltimore Area Special Event & Advertising Sponsors Baltimore Business Journal Baltimore Sun Media Group Carroll County Times Clear Channel Media Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage Community College of Baltimore County Direct Media The Mall in Columbia Mount Washington Conference Center Our Daily Bread Pirate Cupcakes Ropewalk Tavern Towson Town Center

IMPACT PARTNERS AIDS Interfaith Residential Services Annapolis Area Ministries

Anne Arundel County Partnership for Children, Youth & Families Arundel House of Hope Baltimore Child Abuse Center Baltimore County Department of Health (Bureau of Health Care Access) Boys & Girls Clubs of Harford County Bridges to Housing Stability Carroll Child Care Centers Catholic Charities of Baltimore Chrysalis House Community Action Council of Howard County Community Housing Associates Dayspring Programs Domestic Violence Center of Howard County Episcopal Community Services of Maryland Family and Children’s Services of Central Maryland Family League of Baltimore City Fuel Fund of Maryland Fund for Social Welfare Good Shepherd Center Govans Ecumenical Development Corporation Grassroots Crisis Intervention Center Harford Family House Health Care for the Homeless House Of Ruth Maryland Human Services Programs of Carroll County Inner County Outreach Jewish Community Services Legal Aid Bureau Maryland Coalition Against Sexual Assault Maryland Family Network Maryland Society for Sight Mason-Dixon Community Services Mission of Mercy Mosaic Community Services Neighbor Ride PACT: Helping Children with Special Needs Partners In Care Paul’s Place Prologue Shepherd’s Clinic St. Vincent de Paul of Baltimore The Arc Northern Chesapeake Region The Center of Help The Salvation Army, Greater Baltimore Area Command The Sexual Assault/Spouse Abuse Resource Center (SARC) The Women’s Law Center of Maryland

TurnAround Women’s Housing Coalition YWCA of Annapolis and Anne Arundel County YWCA of the Greater Baltimore Area

COMMUNITY RESPONSE GRANTEES Anne Arundel County Anne Arundel County CASA Anne Arundel County Community Action Council Anne Arundel County Department of Social Services Anne Arundel Medical Center Arundel House of Hope Catholic Charities of Baltimore National Kidney Foundation of Maryland Service Coordination The Center of Help The Salvation Army, Greater Baltimore Area Command The YWCA of Annapolis and Anne Arundel County Baltimore City Baltimore Child Abuse Center Baltimore Reads Dayspring Programs Franciscan Center Govans Ecumenical Development Corporation Jobs, Housing and Recovery KIPP Baltimore Manna House Marian House Maryland Coalition Against Sexual Assault Project PLASE St. Ambrose Housing Aid Center St. Vincent de Paul-Cottage Avenue The Family Tree The Maryland School for the Blind The Salvation Army, Greater Baltimore Area Command Soccer Without Borders The Samaritan Women The Women’s Law Center of Maryland Women’s Housing Coalition Youth Empowered Society Baltimore County Adoptions Together Baltimore County Department of Health (Bureau of Health Care Access) Hiding Place L.O.U.D. (Life Outreach and Urban Development)

National Kidney Foundation of Maryland Northwest Hospital Center Pleasant Zion Youth Outreach Center Service Coordination The Episcopal Housing Corporation The Salvation Army, Greater Baltimore Area Command Carroll County Bridges: The Union Bridge Youth Committee Carroll Child Care Centers Carroll County Food Sunday Change, Inc. Human Services Programs of Carroll County Service Coordination Target Community & Educational Service The Salvation Army, Greater Baltimore Area Command The Stone Soup Foundation Harford County Boys & Girls Clubs of Harford County Family & Children’s Services of Central Maryland Harford Community Action Agency National Kidney Foundation of Maryland Tabitha’s House The Salvation Army of Harford County The Sexual Assault/Spouse Abuse Resource Center (SARC) Howard County Adaptive Living Bright Minds Foundation Community Action Council of Howard County Grassroots Crisis Intervention Center Making Change Service Coordination National Kidney Foundation of Maryland

Harford Community Action Agency Maryland Food Bank Mayor’s Office of Human Services, Baltimore Community Action Partnership Mid-Atlantic Gleaning Network

OTHER GRANTEES AFL-CIO Metropolitan Baltimore Council, Community Services Fund Baltimore CASH Campaign Baltimore City Foundation Boy Scouts of America Catholic Charities of Baltimore Cherry Hill Trust Children’s Guild Dream & Flourish Franciscan Center Higher Achievement Maryland CASH Campaign Maryland Association of Nonprofit Organizations Saint Frances Academy Teach for America Weinberg Foundation Library Project

CHARTER MEMBERS American Cancer Society, South Atlantic Division American Heart Association, Mid-Atlantic Affiliate American Red Cross of Central Maryland Associated Black Charities Catholic Charities of Baltimore Community Health Charities of Maryland THE ASSOCIATED: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore

FOOD INITIATIVE PARTNERS Anne Arundel County Food Bank Carroll County Food Sunday Civic Works (Real Food Farm) Community Action Council of Howard County Community Assistance Network First Fruits Farm Food Link Future Harvest: A Chesapeake Alliance for Sustainable Agriculture (Future Harvest CASA)

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