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A place for everyone


2011 Annual Report


Dear Friends, We hear the stories each day. As countless mothers and fathers wake, they’re not asking themselves what they should wear today, how heavy their workload will be at the office or plant, or if there is time to get the car’s oil changed. For them, the burning question of the moment is “How will I feed my family today?” It’s a hard fact that more than one in seven Ohio households are facing a risk of hunger or are food insecure – an increase of 71,000 households over the prior year. Hunger is widespread, which requires our response to be equally widespread. And in 2011, as in years past, it was. Our goal was nothing short of creating a better, more inclusive community, a place where those facing hunger, the young and old, families and individuals, could find relief; a place where those who stand beside us, donors and volunteers alike, can do their good work. A place for everyone. But securing a place for everyone means keeping our strong network in place. Together, in 2011, we did just that by increasing distribution to 19.4 million pounds and providing 14.9 million meals to families in need—made possible in part by a remarkable growth in local donations and an overwhelming amount of financial support that positioned the Foodbank to distribute more food than ever before. In addition, we created innovative ways, like our Feeding Kids Initiative, to help meet our community’s emergency food needs. Also, we rolled out new tools to engage and educate the public like our award-winning Hungry Kate animated video. By all measures, 2011 was a successful year. Looking ahead, 2012 is off to a great start as we were recently named the 2012 “Food Bank of the Year” by Feeding America. Of course, our true success is always the fact that throughout our eight-county region we provide a place for everyone to find hope; people who might otherwise have felt they had no place to go. Being that place, that open door at the pantry, that place at the shelter’s table: That’s what we’re here for, to Feed People and Fight Hunger. That’s true success. Sincerely,

Daniel R. Flowers President & CEO

George R. Sarkis Chairman, Board of Directors


But who is everyone? Hunger does not affect just the unemployed poor but also the working poor: your neighbor, your brother, your co-worker. In fact, many of the people our programs served in 2011 were seeking emergency food assistance for the first time, bringing many new faces into food lines: people knocked back by a sudden layoff; people struggling with fixed incomes; mothers agonizing over which bills to pay; kids possibly going to bed with no dinner. We stepped up our efforts to make sure there was a place for all of them, a place for comfort, food and above all, hope. We’re proud to have been a bright spot in their stories—stories that a few of them have offered to share in this year’s report.

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A place for LUCAS “When we get home, can I have peanut butter?” This is what 4-year-old Lucas asked his mom after visiting a food pantry in Akron for the first time. Lucas was happy his mom was taking a day off work and spending it with him. But their time together would not be fun and games; instead, they would spend the day waiting for food to share with Lucas’s three brothers. This extra nourishment will help Lucas and his brothers grow, develop and learn just like their peers.

Feeding Kids Initiative Giving Ohio’s kids a nutrition boost When you hear the words “power packs” you might think of superheroes or space-age gadgets that help people fly. In 2011, however, for hundreds of Northeast Ohio children, “power packs” meant something much more basic and low tech; it meant food. With more than 25 percent of Ohio’s children experiencing food insecurity, the Foodbank team went into action to create and launch a response that addressed this critical need. The result was our Feeding Kids Initiative. The goal of the initiative, to alleviate childhood hunger by providing children with regular access to safe and nutritious food, meant expanding the Foodbank’s menu options for children and piloting a new product line: Kids Power Packs. Partnerships with donors enabled the Foodbank to provide critical resources necessary to launch the Kids Power Pack program. The packs contained a variety of kid-friendly items like cereal or canned fruit that follow the nutritional guidelines of the USDA and were sent home with children, primarily through schools, to ensure they had access to nutritious food over the weekend. More menu options means a place for everyone, kids included.

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A place for Karla & Anthony Hunger doesn’t just break down physical strength, it breaks down families. Karla and Anthony, unable to make rent, were evicted and staying at homeless shelters. Each day, they brought their kids to Refuge of Hope in Canton for a warm meal. Through access to regular food and help from the shelter, this family felt a sense of certainty during a time of much uncertainty.

To be able to report that in 2011 the Foodbank increased distribution to 19.4 million pounds and provided 14.9 million meals to families in need is a great story. But within that story, and behind those outstanding numbers, are two very important chapters: a big rise in local donor activity and an increase in direct distribution.

Local Food Donors Taking care of our own In 2011, facing a decrease in donations from national food donors, we redoubled our focus on growing local donor participation and giving. Local donors, our longtime single greatest source of supply, responded in the community with a “not on my watch� attitude. Through a ramped-up food cultivation strategy that focused on the retail market and a donor recognition program, local product donations ended 2011 over the prior year at 6.2 million pounds. This includes 763,000 incremental pounds that were procured locally due to a 30 percent growth in local donors in the past two years. These numbers boldly exemplify the spirit of concern and caring that defines Northeast Ohio and enables us to create a place for everyone.

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A place for Kathy “I don’t know what I would do if I had a full refrigerator,” said Kathy. As it is for many Ohioans, walking into the kitchen to a full refrigerator seems like a distant memory. Instead of going to her own kitchen for food, circumstances forced her to a direct food distribution at Total Living Center in Canton for assistance. When Kathy was struggling, the Foodbank was there with a helping hand.

Direct Distributions Record-Breaking Results While we are constantly seeking innovative ways to address hunger and food insecurity, we recognize that the foundation of our work is to efficiently and effectively distribute food to our most vulnerable neighbors. In 2011, our direct distribution activity reached new heights as more people sought emergency assistance. At direct distribution sites throughout our region, the Foodbank delivers a truckload of emergency food at least once a month where clients have gathered. Turnout continues to grow as families straining to make ends meet take their place in line for hunger relief. In 2011 we met that growth head-on with the addition of two new sites. As a result, a total of 41,425 clients were served at seven different direct distribution locations in the Foodbank’s eight-county service area. This work, funded by local foundations and our annual Harvest for Hunger campaign contributions, resulted in 1.3 million pounds going straight from the Foodbank into the hands of clients. In one instance, nearly 30,500 pounds of apples, cabbage, broccoli, onions, cottage cheese and other items were handed out in a single day, reaching more than 2,100 clients. This record-breaking direct distribution level was the cornerstone of the growth in Medina County and has proven to impact targeted areas in Portage and Wayne counties. Further, it’s a cornerstone of our work to build a place for everyone. 11


A place for Hungry Kate Kate is an ordinary girl who goes to an ordinary school and is part of an ordinary family. As in many other families, Kate’s dad lost his job, so they now struggle to simply put food on the table. During troubled times, the Foodbank and its agencies were there to support Kate’s family in meeting their most basic need of food. Meet Kate at HungryKate.org.

Hungry Kate A video star is born Many Ohioans simply do not realize that hunger affects people in our own community. The Foodbank expanded efforts to raise awareness of this important issue and rolled out a new campaign, called Hungry Kate. Kate is the adorable animated child star of last year’s Hungry Kate video. The reality is you may very well know someone like her. Because while Kate is a fictional character, she represents a very real problem: childhood hunger. Kate is like any one of 95,000 Akron-Canton area kids who face hunger daily. Her voice speaks for these children who have little opportunity of their own to speak out about the persistent hunger they face. Overall, this multi-channel campaign gently, but with great impact, put the plight of struggling families like Kate’s in the spotlight and championed the importance of the work the Foodbank does every day to ensure there’s a place for everyone. Have you met Kate? See what she has to say and how you can help at HungryKate.org.

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A place for Mary In addition to food, a warm heart and a vibrant smile are what Mary offers the many vulnerable individuals who come seeking assistance from the pantry at Arlington Memorial Baptist Church in Akron. Mary has volunteered at the pantry for six years and managed the program the last four years. Mary shared that her time at the pantry has been very gratifying, saying, “Knowing that I’m helping someone means so much, when it could easily be me on the other side needing a hand.�

Volunteers Our theme this year, a place for everyone, speaks to a much wider audience than those who receive food assistance; it also speaks to our countless generous donors and the many volunteers who tirelessly donate their time and positive energy to keep our network strong. Their service empowers the Foodbank and enables our agencies to be a safety net for so many hungry northeast Ohioans. In 2011, a record-breaking 3,470 volunteers donated more than 30,000 hours of service while supporting our mission to Feed People and Fight Hunger. The number of volunteers who came through our doors more than doubled the number who served in 2010. The help volunteers supply is real, tangible and relied on by more than 57,000 different people who benefit daily from the food we provide.

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Financials Public support

Unrestricted

Temporarily Restricted

Permanently Restricted

$541,070

USDA distribution fees

$232,875

$232,875

$20,097,516

$20,097,516

$2,896,715

$2,896,715

Donated food Fundraising Capital campaign

$402,792

TOTAL

Grants and contributions

$943,862

$1,000

Net assets released from restrictions Total public support

$1,000

$360,302

($360,302)

$24,129,478

$42,490

$24,171,968

Revenue, gains and losses Purchase program

$1,019,790

$1,019,790

Shared maintenance

$1,043,001

$1,043,001

Distribution fees

$184,340

$184,340

Freight income

$165,946

$165,946

Investment income Unrealized gain (loss) on investments Realized gain on sale of investments Gain on sale of fixed assets

$35,163

$35,163

($50,838)

($50,838)

$16,023

$16,023

$5,782

Gain (loss) on interest in net assets of the Endowment Miscellaneous

$5,782

($6,989)

$12,000

$5,011

$41,875

Total revenue, gains and losses

$2,454,093

Total public support and revenue, gains and losses

$26,583,571

$41,875

$42,490

$12,000

$2,466,093

$12,000

$26,638,061

Expenses Program services

$24,778,583

$24,778,583

Supporting services

$802,280

$802,280

Fundraising expenses

$1,194,357

$1,194,357

Total expenses

$26,775,220

$26,775,220

Change in net assets

($191,649)

$42,490

$12,000

($137,159)

Net assets, beginning of year

$9,300,155

$569,188

$377,232

$10,246,575

Net assets, end of year

$9,108,506

$611,678

$389,232

$10,109,416

In-kind Donations

76%

Program Services

93%

Fundraising Expenses

4%

Supporting Services

3%

Expenses

revenue and Support

Contributions & Grants

14%

Program Fees

8%

Government

1%

Misc.

1%

Akron-Canton Regional Foodbank, Inc. and affiliate combined statement of activities for the year ended December 31, 2011

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A word of thanks We hear the sincere gratitude and appreciation from our clients as they walk away with a bag of groceries in their arms or a warm meal in their stomach. It is a “thank you� full of hope and optimism. On behalf of the many individuals and families who benefit from the support of the Akron-Canton Regional Foodbank and our network of agencies, we say thank you to our donors. Your commitment to our mission to Feed People and Fight Hunger has a lasting impact on the lives of more than 180,000 different people each year.


Our Supporters Operating Donors $50,000 + Anonymous Feeding America, Thanks to Keith and Linda Monda GAR Foundation, special grant designated by Dick Chenowith Robert O. & Annamae Orr Family Foundation $20,000 + AEP Ohio Akron Community Foundation Akwen, Ltd. Anonymous Bemis Company, Inc. Catholic Health Partners Jeff Dunham Fund Clara Faber Foundation The Grainger Foundation Haslinger Family Foundation Kaiser Permanente Foundation Health Plan Ron Marhofer Auto Family J.P. Morgan Chase Bank Nationwide Insurance Sequoia Financial Group, LLC The Sisler McFawn Foundation The J. M. Smucker Company Walmart Foundation $10,000 + 415 Group The Charter One Foundation Combined Federal Campaign The Mary S. and David C. Corbin Foundation Mary and Dr. George L. Demetros Charitable Trust Diebold Incorporated Dominion East Ohio DRB Systems, Inc. Fisher-Renkert Foundation The Giant Eagle Foundation The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company John Haag The Hoover Foundation The Lehner Family Foundation The Maynard Family Foundation John A. McAlonan Fund of Akron Community Foundation The Burton D. Morgan Foundation Northern Ohio Golf Charities Foundation, Inc. OMNOVA Solutions Foundation Lloyd L. and Louise K. Smith Memorial Foundation Taste of the NFL National Affiliate The Welty Family Foundation Westfield Insurance $5,000 + Akron Area Interfaith Council F. W. Albrecht Family Foundation Mark and Michelle Allio Allstate Insurance Ameriprise Financial Services Anonymous Aultman Health Foundation BJ’s Charitable Foundation

Buckeye Corrugated, Inc. Kenneth L. Calhoun Charitable Trust Chesapeake Energy Christopher and Taraline Coughlin The George H. Deuble Foundation FirstMerit Bank Albert W. and Edith V. Flowers Charitable Foundation Daniel and Holly Flowers GOJO Industries, Inc. Harwood Rubber Products, Inc. Hudson Junior Invitational Leiden Cabinet Company W. Riley and Barbara Lochridge Main Street Gourmet Declan Smith and Olivia McCarthy W. Paul & Thora J. Mills Memorial Foundation The Mirapaul Foundation Laura R. & Lucian Q. Moffitt Foundation Newman’s Own Foundation NewsChannel 5 WEWS Ohio Farmers Insurance Company Gertrude F. Orr Trust Advised Fund Pampered Chef Kelly and Heather Pariso The Pastore Foundation PNC Bank Portage Lakes Polar Bear Club Ada C. & Helen J. Rank Charitable Foundation Charles E. & Mabel M. Ritchie Memorial Foundation Gary and Jan Smith The Sterling Family Foundation The Timken Company Tuscora Park Health & Wellness Foundation Valero Energy Corporation Denise G. & Norman E. Wells Family Foundation Willard Stephenson Foundation $1,000 + Aaron’s, Inc. Mirza Ahmad The Ahmed Family Charitable Fund Akrochem Corporation Akron Children’s Hospital Employee Foundation Akron Civic Theatre Akron General Health System ALDI, Inc. Anthony and Becky Alexander Mark and Michelle Allio Family Fund of Akron Community Foundation American Association of Healthcare Administrative Mgmt. American Environmental Group American Legion 44 Memorial Fund Sue and Mal Ames Fund of Akron Community Foundation Richard and Rita Amstadt Andrew’s Spirit of Hope Anonymous Jon and Kathryn Antalvari Apostolic Christian Church Goodwill Fund Donald and Mary Appleby Applied Vision Services Corporation Harry and Cathleen Arble

Sandra Baker Thomas and M. Joanne Ballway Ronald and Grace Barber Marilyn Barnum John and Kathy Batchelder David and Judith Bearer Matt and Mary Becker Belden Brick Co. Wm. H. & Jeanne Belden Philanthropic Fund in Stark Community Foundation Beth El Congregation James and Anne Bilbrey Glenn R. & Alice V. Boggess Memorial Foundation Michael Borowski Lisa Bose Bruce and Lois Brace Robert and Rebecca Brehmer Brehmer Investment Corporation Bridgestone Americas Trust Fund Brockman, Coats, Gedelian & Co. Mark Brown Michael and Kristin Brown Lisle M. Buckingham Endowment Fund Stephen and Debra Bures Eileen Burg Burgess & Niple Arthur and Susan Busch C. H. Robinson Company The Canton Club Canton Temple of Praise Donald Carano Cargill Incorporated MaryAnn Carlin Nicholas and Jackie Carpas Neil and Mary Carpenter Robert and Virginia Cassady Champaign Bank Champion Windows of Akron Charter One Bank Christ Church Episcopal The Church in Aurora Richard and Jeanne Cline Robert and Virginia Clutterbuck Steven Cochran Mark and Marla Coggins Cohen Community Foundation Mark and Michele Cole The College of Wooster David Comernisky David and Susan Cornet Douglas Corwon and Betty Sutton William and Jennifer Crowley William Cummins Christopher and Tina Daniels William and Lelia Dearnbarger Debacle Reunion Dean and Michele DeCarlo Deerfield Farms Service, Inc. Bob and Linda DeHoff Daniel and Allison DeHoff DeHoff Realtors Denis and Cynthia Deliz Mark and Brenda Depew Bart and Roseann DiLiddo Linda DiRuzza Harry Donovan

Clarence and Connie Drennon Barry Dunaway William and Eileen Dunn Eagle Elastomer Richard Edwards and Marcia Adair Timothy and Rosemarie Eggert Jack and Judy Eldreth Scott Ellsworth Enterprise Rubber, Inc. ExxonMobil Corporation FBC, LLC Faith Lutheran Church Thomas and Patricia Fann Fifth Third Bank J. Randall Fike John Fink William and Elizabeth Fink The First Congregational UCC FirstEnergy Family Credit Union, Inc. FirstEnergy Foundation Cheryl Fisher Susan Flowers Victor and Lorette Fowler John Frentz Charles and Monique Fuenning Ed and Dorothy Gaffney Family Fund of Akron Community Foundation David and Suzanne Gallegly Stanley and Flo Gault Thomas and Ellen Giffen Cara Gilgenbach Theodore and Judith Gloeckler Goodyear Wingfoot Girls’ Club Larry and Lisa Gradisher The H. E. Graves Jr. Family Foundation, Inc. Stacey Greenwald Bruce and Erica Greer Bill and Lynda Grieves Jimmie Gunnels H&H Machine Shop of Akron, Inc. Cynthia Haight W. J. and Sharon Hanchey Robert and Julie Handlos Vicki Hardman Joshua Harris Crawford and Iris Harvie Richard and Lundy Harwood Lynn and Pat Hastman Edward and Jayne Hearty Mary and Richard Hearty Nancy and David Hentosz Hitachi Medical Systems of America, Inc. Elvira Hogan Homesite Group Incorporated Ihab and Tasneem Hosny Joan Houck Jack Houlette Mike and Casey Hughes Randy and Ann Marie Hunt Incept Corporation Interim Healthcare FundThe Columbus Foundation Charles and Carolyn Jackson The Dr. Jack and Libby Jacobs Family Foundation Kristi and Kristie Jalics Pierre Jambon

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Craig and Shelley Johnson Gary and Elizabeth Johnson Herbert A. and Jean S. Jones Charitable Trust Fund of Akron Community Foundation Junior Women’s Civic Club Kim and Julianne Kachner Gary and Kathy Kane George Keith Bryan and Becky Kelly William Kenney Gary and Mary Klasen James and Jody Klejka Knezevich & Foerster, LLC John and Shirley Kohut Kokosing Construction Company, Inc. Kokosing Materials, Inc. Beirne Konarski Janice Koster Douglas and Holly Kotte Kovatch Castings, Inc. Kraft Daniel Kratzer Michelle Raymond and Katherine Krocker Roger and Susan L’Hommedieu Jonathan and Deborah Labbe Jeffrey Lamkin Gary and Deborah Larimer David Lathrop and Yvonne Gillette Richard Laubacher David Lauterbach and Sharon Jarosz Leadership Akron Class XXVII Richard and Patricia Lee Thomas Lentz Stephen and Catherine Leuenberger William Libby Lawrence and Mary Lohman John Luc M.I.K.A.H. Charitable Foundation Shelly MacDonald Macy’s Macy’s Foundation Marathon Petroleum Company Stanley and Roberta Marks Richard and Joan Marsh Robert and Joanne McCarron Robert McCune Joyce McKnight Medical Mutual of Ohio Medical Physics, Ltd. Ramona Mercina Harry & Anne Mestel Foundation Edward and Lynn Metzger The Millenium Fund for Children of Akron Community Foundation Miller Rental and Sales, Inc. Marilyn Minney John and Karen Monacelli Morning Star Hematology Oncology Associates, Inc. Jason Morris Mindy and Stephen Morris Aaron and Peggy Muhlenkamp Joe Murphy R.C. and Katharine Musson Charitable Foundation NECA - IBEW Charitable Contributions Fund New Clevelanders Club John and Paige Nicholas David Noggle

Earl and Anna Norrod North Akron Savings Bank Northeast Ohio Eye Surgeons Ohio Health Benefits, LLC Old Forge Services, Inc. Robert and A. Oliger James O’Neil Steven and Sherryl Owen Gary and Carita Parker James and Sonya Parry Kristi Pielstick Pizza Hut - SW Pizza, LLC Richard and Janet Porter Pound for Pound Challenge PPG Industries Foundation Gary and Cheryl Prather David and Julie Pratt Progressive Chevrolet Co. The Progressive Insurance Foundation The Prudential Foundation Matching Gifts Mary Quinn Dean Ramsier Jeff Rand Thomas and Beverly Rawlings James and Esther Rehmus Robert and Mary Reinthal David Renninger Paul and Leslie Reynolds Richfield United Church of Christ Alvin and Genevieve Riegler Daniel Rodia Duane and Earline Roe Roetzel & Andress Joseph and Annette Ruby Saint-Gobain Corporation Foundation John W. and Juanita E. Sanders Foundation Deborah Sanford George and Diane Sarkis Michael and Jennifer Saxon Robert and Janet Schenk Mark and Cathy Schikowski Paul Schmidt Sean Sebastian Maureen Seim Sheehan Family Charitable Fund in Stark Community Foundation Christie Sheets Larry Shirk Pamela Simpson Sisters of Charity Foundation John and Janine Skirtich Mary Slick Tim and Jennifer Smucker Mark Snavely Solmet Technologies Martin and Susan Spector Gary and Patricia Spring St. Paul’s Episcopal Church State Street Matching Gift Program Albine Stickney Dale Stincic Mary Stone Gary Stonum and Marilyn Shea-Stonum Thomas and Susan Strauss Michele Strayer SummaCare, Inc. Summit County Disc Golf Association

Summit County Farm Bureau, Inc. Thomas Svoboda Tiffany Taylor and Katrina Bloch Taylor Tele-Communications, Inc. Edwin and Betty Thornburg Douglass Thrasher W. R. Timken Nancy and F. Treichler Trirosis Peter Troyer Peter Turk UBS Financial Services, Inc. James and Evelyn Unger Unimet Charitable Trust in Stark Community Foundation Theodore and Maureen Unton James and Linda Venner Visconsi Companies, Ltd. Plaza Chapel Hill Peter and Lynn Waanders Wagler Foundation Richard and Laura Wagner Norbert and Edith Weisend Wellpoint Foundation Michael and Mary West West Akron Board of Trade, Inc. Western Reserve Academy Ethel Wheland Wichert Insurance Services, Inc. Mark and Sharon Williams Richard and Lara Wilson Robert E. and Judy Everett Wilson Fund of Akron Community Foundation John and Dorothy Wiseman Michael and Jan Wojno Woodforest Charitable Foundation Workforce Services Katherine Worthington Wilbert Wright David and Margaret Yeager Thomas Yoder Dennis and Patricia Young Michael Zimmerman Robert Zronek $500 + Carolyn Adelman Akron Family Institute, Inc. Akron Metropolitan Housing Authority Eric and Rhonda Albers American Institute of Architects Americhem Anonymous Louie and Mary Antognoli Eugene and Gloria Antonuk Carl Apicella Apple Growth Partners Community Outreach Charitable Giving Fund of Akron Community Foundation Lawrence A. Appley Foundation Arcelormittal James Armstrong Marion Aron Frank and Carolyn Auman Donald and Judith Avila AXA Foundation Charles Axline Tom Babcox

Ted Babiy Kevin Bachman Bair’s, Inc. Donald and Lydia Baker Cynthia Ball Denise and David Ballinger The Beaver Excavating Company Henry Beazlie Dana Beezley-Smith Harry and Katherine Bellett Elizabeth Bender James and Karen Bennett Lisa Berry Bruce Bickart Fred and Laura Bidwell Anthony and Ann Blechman Betty Bloss Lyle and Pamela Blosser Bober, Markey, Fedorovich & Company Fred and Val Bonacci Charles and Mary Booth Bill and Rosemary Botosan Daniel and Jennifer Bouhall Thomas and Alice Bouton Morris and Dorothy Boyd Nancy Bradshaw Kathleen Brauchler Carole Breckbill Madeleine Breen Larry and Barbara Bresson Dennis Brommer David and Mary Brown Willis Brubaker Donald and Kathryn Buckey Buckingham, Doolittle & Burroughs LLP Gerald and Jill Burke Paul and Jonquil Burkhart James and Patrice Burkle Terry and Bonnie Burman Gary and Margaret Cahoon Cara Campbell Christine Caporlett Adam and Valerie Carr Elizabeth Caveny The Cheesecake Factory Cisco Systems Foundation Citizens Bank John and Kimberly Clunk Stephen Coleman Mike and Christine Connors Steve Coon J. Douglas and Kay Cooper Cornerstone Consulting Group Country Pure Foods, Inc. Coventry Local School District Laurie Coyle Michael and Annettte Cryder Gavin and Deborah Cunningham David Currier Jeffrey Dafler Gary and Loretta Day Carol Delahunty Sandra Delaria James and Julie DeLuca Andrew DiBartolomeo Michael M. Djordjevic, Attorneys Steven DiMauro and Gina Esposito


Carl and Judith Dimengo Fred and Sandra Diss Hal and Paulette Dixon Terry Donnenwirth Lia Easler East Ohio Conference of The United Methodist Church Barbara Eby Echogen Power Systems Richard Emery Richard and Joanne English Erie Insurance Edward and Mary Esber Fairlawn Associates, LLC Thomas and Diana Farro Thomas and Kathryn Fiala Lucian Filipschi Matthew and Janet Finneran Ronald Forbes Catherine Frame Jeffrey and Katrina Fulmer The Gap Dianna Garson-White T. R. and Andrea Gauding The GE Foundation John Gebura Eugene and Karen Geiger A. N. Gent Donna Gibson Eugene and Joyce Giffin Irene Gifford Lisa Gilgenbach James and Kathleen Gill Robert and Pat Glidden Cynthia Goodwin Pete Gory Manish Goyal Mark Grace Eric and Erika Graf Karl and Phyllis Gray Frank Green Green Valley United Methodist Church James and Patricia Grow Joe and Dena Haag Sue Habyan Virginia Haidet David and Donna Halasz Robert and Gale Haller Matthew and Anastasia Halter Nancy Harries G. F. Hawkins Michael Hayhurst Sieglinde Hays Susan and Douglas Heck Wayne Hedrick Mark Heffke Louis Heitlinger Lorenza and Johnnie Henderson Richard Henry Howard and Helen Hermann John and Nancy Heslop Jason and Jennie Hildenbrand Kevin Hillery and Barbara Metzger William and Barbara Hockenberry David and Mary Hodgson Devon Holliday Jeffrey and Patricia Hord

Lee and Vicky Hoskins Brian and Lisa Hostettler Samantha House T.R. and Patricia Howlett Robert Huber Hudson Kiwanis Foundation Patricia Hughes William and Christine Hulsey Amy Indorf Jack and Mary Jacobs Richard and Marjorie James John Jenkins R. M. and Mary Jenkins Johnson-Kazar Charitable Foundation Garry Jurgens Just Disc Golf Ronald and Annette Katona Joseph and Barbara Kay KeyBank Foundation Asad-Elizabeth Khan Sharon Kimmy Kara Kirschbaum Stephen Klautky Nathan and Jennifer Klettlinger Kurt and Judith Kneidel James Komos Robert and Natalie Kopko Michael Kosir Michael and Linda Kousaie Grace and M. Kozak Anastasia Kozer Krugliak, Wilkins, Griffiths & Dougherty Co. Diane Krum Cassey and Laura Kuhl Frank and Ingrid Kunstel Shirley LaFollette Gregory and Gloria LeFevre Walter Lehrman Lynne Leiby Mark and Theresa Lerner Terry Leslie Linda Ligman Alexis Long Gregory and Kathryn Long Martha Lottman The Lubrizol Foundation Richard and Debbie Ludowese Carol Mahoney Orlene Makinson Karen Manning Valery Marshall Joan Martin Robert and Judith Martin Janet Marting Tina McDade Kathryn McDonnell Thomas McGovern Nancy McGrath Thomas and Kelli McKenna Mitch and Julie McLeod Family Foundation of the Columbus Foundation William McLure Kevin and Holly McMahon Paul and Mary Meeks Michael Meilander Brian and Jennifer Melegari Tamara Melnick

Mark and Elma Micire David and Laura Miller Freida Miller Norris and Patricia Miller Patricia Miller Ryan Miller Terry and Sara Miller MLB, Inc. Paul and Gretchen Motts Eric and Gail Mueller Thomas and Ellen Murray Thomas Musarra Christopher and Darlene Music George and Roberta Nehrenz Susan Nemeti George Nolan James and Virginia Norton Keith and Susan Novak Robert and Pamela Novak Amir Novini A. S. and Lorys Oddi Once Upon a Child Operating Tax Systems Richard Orr James and Linda Orwig Norma Ott Norman and Annemarie Otto Thomas Owens David Packo John Papp Donald Pedder Charles and Patricia Perrin Frank and Cassandra Perrotta Tracey Petkovic Craig and Susan Phillips Steven Pinard and Donna McDonald Alex and Patricia Piteo Jack and Kathleen Pogue Jerry and Patricia Polen Margaret Poloma Elin and David Poneman Fund Willis and Shirley Pope Porsche Club of America Russell and Kathryn Porter William and Ginny Post Joyce Powell Steven Powell Yvette Powell Robert and Tamara Pribanic George and Mary Prochnow Justin and Elizabeth Proctor Richard Prusak Shirley Pumphrey M.R. and Sue Puterbaugh Sadegh and Deborah Radvar Roger and Gwen Rains William Ralston Richard and Judy Ratzel Richard and Marie Raymond David and Betty Redle Robert and Lois Reymann Suzanne Richards Joseph and Doris Rini James and Patricia Ripple David and Jacqueline Robbins Joel Robbins Kenneth Robinson

John and Elinor Rodgers John and Jeannine Ross Linda Royer Christopher and Kimberly Rudy Donna Rumbaugh James and Christine Salem Sarah’s Vineyard John and Donna Sauers Tom and Angela Schervish Paul Schroedl Sara Schwager Richard and Christine Seay Gay Shafer Harry and Ilene Shapiro Edward Shepherd Scott Sheridan Dana Sherman Anne Shibata Dave Shoop Arthur and Velma Shoup Kenneth and Sharon Siloac Betsy Silver William and Annette Simmons David and Paula Singleton Richard and Rebecca Sliter Charles and Hannelore Smith Douglas and Jane Smith Harold Smith Philip and Anne Smith Wilda Smith Arthur and Dianne Smyth Betty Lou Snyder Ralph and Anita Sollberger Joseph Sommer George Spak Gary Sponseller St. Mark’s Episcopal Church St. Vincent-St. Mary High School Kathy Stafford Staley Mechanical Consulting, Inc. Standard Plumbing & Heating Co., Inc. Statewide Construction, LLC Michael Steiner Jay and Marilyn Stitz Foundation Robert and Cheryl Stockamp Elaina Stouffer Paul and Elizabeth Stroble Graham and Jean Stullenbarger Leigh Summers Sunflower Valley Farm James and Carol Swartz T S Acquisition Corporation Jay and Kerry Taylor Tammy Taylor John Teringo Fred and Mary Thomas Ward and Jane Timken Kim Tittle Donald and Deandra Todoran Edward Tomberg Todd Turnidge United Methodist Church of Macedonia University of Akron Student Bar Association VanDevere Chevrolet Constance Venosdle Andy and Evelyn Veres Verge Building

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Vincent and Sylvia Vielhaber Jim and Darlene Violet Emil Voelz Gregory and Lisa Wagler Larry Wallerstein and Sheila Garten Mary Anne Walsh David and Patricia Wartko Kenneth and Kimberly Waseman Joseph and Nicole Wathey Karen Wayman Wayside Furniture, Inc. Robert and Lucinda Weiss Cletus and Delores Welch Gary and Rhonda Wells Gary and Jennifer Wenning Linda Wenthur Jeffrey and Melissa Wert Hugh and Phyllis West Ronald and Lynn West Scott Whetstone Marjorie Whiteman John and Deborah Whitmer John Wilkinson James and Caroline Willett Elwood Wilson H. Christopher and Susan Wilson Kenneth and Ruby Wilson Bruce Winges and Bonnie Bolden A. K. and Martha Winget Norman and Barbara Winn Robert and Tina Wise Bruce and Kathryn Woodruff William Wooldredge Gene Yee David and Betty Yoder F. N. and Jo Young Young Truck Sales, Inc. Linda Zarnstorff William Zavarello William Zelei Kenneth and Peggy Zellers

CAPITAL DONORS $10,000 + Crystal Clinic, Inc. Susan Flowers The Maynard Family Foundation $1,000 + Bober, Markey, Fedorovich & Company Kathryn Dindo Michael and Karen Dowling Bradley Ewing William and Marie Ginter David Luff Main Street Gourmet Robert Reffner Daniel and Constance Steen Howard and Evelyn Taylor The Richard M. & Yvonne Hamlin Foundation Anthony and Leila Vespoli Harvey and Linda Wagner

UP TO $999 Tony and Linda Banks Michael and Marilyn Lapides Jeanne Shea Stanley and Marilyn Szwed Townhall II

TRIBUTE GIFTS IN MEMORY OF $500 + Curtis Eberwein by Michael and Kathleen Hughes Josephine A. Massed by Goodyear Wingfoot Girls Club Albert Warth and Family by Mrs. A. L. Riegler IN HONOR OF $500 + Drs. Linda and Robert Brodell by Northeast Ohio Eye Surgeons Customers, vendors, suppliers & clients by Kokosing Construction Company, Inc. Bob and Denise Giffin by Curt and Joyce Giffin

CORPORATE PARTNERS Akwen, Ltd. Allstate Insurance The J. M. Smucker Company J.P. Morgan Chase Bank Sequoia Financial Group, LLC

Sustainer Circle MONTHLY DONORS Callie Adams Eric and Rhonda Albers Mark Anthony Harry and Cathleen Arble Paul and Carol Bartos John and Julia Bates Kevin Biddell Frank and Cheryl Blackwell Madeleine Breen Duane Carnathan Jason Christman Donald and Ellen Coughlin Carol Delahunty Jodi Denham Joseph and Leslie Derrig Steve and Katherine Dishauzi Daniel Dorfman Richard and Joanne English Eddie and Nanette Folsom Carol Ford Catherine Frame Michael Fuchs Dave Fulton Robert Garro Roberta Gordon Donald Harold

Jay and Elizabeth Heiser Stephanie Herston Joellen and Glen Hoffman Ihab and Tasneem Hosny Kristi and Kristie Jalics John Jenkins Susan Keller Kara Kirschbaum Michael Kosir Michael and Diane Kovacs Jeffrey Lamkin Celia Lancaster Veronica Macko Valery Marshall Diana McAuliffe Carol McFall Bonnie McKinnon Gene and Patricia Miller Joseph and Annette Miller Jennifer Minne George and Sherri Mitchen Harold and Virginia Mottice Dianne and Herbert Newman RamaKrishna Nookala Patricia Northcraft Christian Odadzin Curtis Oliver Richard Orr Nick Pinto Justin and Elizabeth Proctor Shirley Pumphrey Mary Quinn Richard and Judy Ratzel Katherine Rawson Lisa Reehl Mary Reid David Renninger Mary Rosen Francis and Diane Ross George and Oleta Sanders Ann Sdono Matthew and Susan Shannon Cynthia Sharpe Mark Smilaycoff Douglas and Jane Smith Donna Spinelli Amanda Starc Janet Stavole Mary Stone Sean Sullivan Thomas Svoboda Tiffany Taylor and Katrina Bloch John and Teresa Trappenberg Peter Turk Denise Wallace Mary Anne Walsh Michael Wappler Joy Wengerd Richard and Ann Whaite Beth and Glenn Whitacre Michael Wilson Robert and Camille Wilson Tracy Winter Sharon Wright Thomas Wrobel Robert and Bonnie Zepp

FOOD DONORS GOLDEN APPLE AWARD RECIPIENTS 100,000 + POUNDS Archway Bakeries, LLC Bimbo Bakeries FreshMark Inc.-Sugardale Heinz Frozen Food Company The J.M. Smucker Company Sam’s Club Sandridge Gourmet Salads Shearer’s Food Inc. Smith Dairy Products US Foods Walmart W.W. Grainger, Inc. SILVER APPLE AWARD RECIPIENTS 50,000 + POUNDS Biery Cheese Company Buehler’s Fresh Foods Country Pure Foods Dean Dairy Food Company Frito-Lay, Inc. Giant Eagle Main Street Gourmet Sam’s Club Walmart RED APPLE AWARD RECIPIENTS UP TO 49,999 POUNDS Acme Fresh Market Advantage Waypoint Akro-Mils/Buckhorn Akron Children’s Hospital Akron Public Schools Administration Building Aldi’s Aldi’s Warehouse Atlantic Foods Avalon Foodservice BJ’s Wholesale Club Barbasol Barkett Fruit Company Bessemer Farms Buckeye Container Canal Park Stadium Cappabianca’s Natural Food Market Case Farms Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Crown Point Ecology Center DAN-DEE Pretzel/Potato Chip Co. Dave’s Supermarkets Diocese of Cleveland/Nutrition Serv Discount Drug Mart Corporation Dutch Country Apple Dumplings Edible Arrangements Express Packaging Frito-Lay, Inc. Giant Eagle GOJO Industries Graf Growers Great Western Gulliver’s Travels Harry London Candies, Inc. Hattie Larlham Heinen’s Fine Foods Henry’s Acme Fresh Market


Hickory Harvest Foods Honey Baked Ham Instantwhip Akron Inc. Integrated Marketing Technology J&J Repack Sales LLP Kandel Cold Storage Kellogg’s Kettlinger Greenhouse Kraft/Nabisco Biscuit Land O’Lakes, Inc. Leo Dick & Sons Company Malco Products McJak Candy Company MDS Foods Meduri Produce Company More Than Gourmet Morton Salt Company Mrs. Miller’s Homemade Noodles NeoFill Nestle Frozen Foods Northfield Foods Old Forge Services Onion Boy Inc. Orlando Baking Company Parker Hannifin Corporation Pepsi Presco Inc. Rex Salvage Sanese Services Sauder’s Eggs Schwan Food Company Schwebel’s Baking Company Summit County Metro Parks Sunrise Petroleum Superior Dairy Swiss Village Bulk Food Target Corporation Target Stores Tastee Apple, Inc. Tastykake Vistar-VSA Walco Organization Walmart Wells Dairy White House Chicken Wolf Group Workplace Media

HARVEST FOR HUNGER CAMPAIGN Co-Chairs William Considine, President & CEO Akron Children’s Hospital Edward Roth, President & CEO Aultman Health Foundation Supermarket Partners Acme Fresh Markets Buehler’s Fresh Foods Dave’s Supermarkets Fishers Foods Giant Eagle Heinen’s Fine Foods UFCW Local 880

Media Partners Akron Beacon Journal ClearChannel Radio The Independent Ohio.com The Repository The Suburbanite Time Warner Cable The Times-Reporter WJW Fox 8 WKYC TV 3 WOIO 19 Action News Financial Donors Diamond Level $25,000 + Aultman Health Foundation FirstEnergy Corp. Platinum Level $10,000 + Akron Children’s Hospital Bridgestone Americas Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company The J.M. Smucker Company Ohio Edison Summa Health System Gold Level $8,000 + Roetzel & Andress Silver Level $4,000 + Akron General Heath System Bober Markey Fedorovich The County of Summit Lockheed Martin Nationwide Insurance Bronze Level $1,000 + ACRT, Inc. Affinity Medical Center Akron Beacon Journal Akron Community Foundation Akron Metropolitan Housing Authority Akron Public Schools Allstate Insurance BFG Federal Credit Union City of Akron Cleveland Vicon Co. Inc. GE Money Americas The Hillier Family Foundation Leiden Cabinet Company Meaden & Moore OMNOVA Solutions Sequoia Financial Group, LLC St. Paul’s Episcopal Church Sterling Jewelers Summit County Democratic Party Union Hospital FOOD DONORS Gold Level 6,000 + pounds Aultman Health Foundation Silver Level 3,000 + pounds Akron Children’s Hospital Akron General Health System The County of Summit FirstEnergy Corp.

GPD Group Manchester High School Revere Middle School Sterilite Summa Health System Bronze Level 1,000 + pounds Akron Metropolitan Housing Authority Akron Summit County Public Libraries Akron Urban League Bath Elementary School Curves of Green FirstMerit Bank Girl Scout Troop 737 Hatton Elementary School Holy Family School Kent Cares Leiden Cabinet Company Nationwide Insurance Mr. Paul Robinson & Family St. Gobain NORPRO Sterling Jewlers Union Hospital

2011 BOARD OF DIRECTORS George Sarkis, Chairman Richard Wilson, Vice Chairman Michael Moldvay, Treasurer Shelly Allio, Secretary Robert Bender

Suzanne Hobson

Chris Coughlin

Michael Lapides

James Deluca

Judith Macro

Michael J. Dowling

Mark Purtilar

Susan Flowers

Pamela Simpson

Patricia Gibbs

Jan Wojno

Kristin Hannon Daniel R. Flowers, President & CEO

TASTE OF THE NFL EVENT Co-Chairs Linda DeHoff Lara S. Wilson Title Sponsor WQMX/WAKR/WONE/ANN Platinum Sponsors Akron Beacon Journal Meeker Wines distributed by Esber Beverage Mix 94.1 & 1480 WHBC OMNOVA Solutions Foundation The Repository and About Magazine Gold Sponsors Aultman/AultCare Diebold, Inc. Fishers Foods Lisle M. Buckingham Fund of Akron Community Foundation Sequoia Financial Group, LLC The Timken Company Silver Sponsors Akron General Health System Digital Color Imaging FirstMerit Bank Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co. NECA-IBEW Roetzel & Andress Solmet Technologies Wichert Insurance

Robert DeHoff Family Fifth Third Bank Friend of the Foodbank Hilton Garden Inn The Meeker Vineyard NAI Daus On Tap Grille Pizza Hut Pro Football Hall of Fame Sully’s Tool and Party Rental SummaCare Taste of the NFL National Affiliate PURVEYORS Bender’s Tavern, Inc. Brookside Country Club The Canton Club Cilantro Thai and Sushi Restaurant Davis Candies Downtown 140 Dunkin Donuts The Galaxy Restaurant Georgio’s Grille Ken Stewart’s Lodge/Tre Belle Main Street Gourmet Meeker Wines distributed by Esber Beverage Or Derv Foods, Inc. Pepsi Americas Perennial Vineyards Robert J. - Events & Catering Troutman Vineyards The Winery at Wolf Creek The Wooster Inn

ADDITIONAL SUPPORT Akrochem All Star Valet AXA Financial Advisors Brooks Ames, Kiko Auctioneers and Realtors Champaign Bank Cynthia’s Custom Photography

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Member Agencies Carroll County Atwood Angels Food Pantry Camp Aldersgate Camp Wakonda Carroll County Council on Aging Carroll Golden Age Retreat Loaves and Fishes Food Pantry Malvern Christian Care Center, Inc. Minerva Assembly of God Northeast Jefferson Food Pantry Salvation Army of Minerva St. Paul’s Lutheran Church Holmes County The Caring Station Love Center Food Pantry Millersburg Church of Christ Millersburg Church of God Skyview Ranch West Fork Community and Senior Center Medina County Battered Women’s Shelter of Medina Brunswick Food Pantry Brunswick United Methodist Church Church at Stony Hill Cornerstone Wellness Center, Inc. First Baptist Church of Medina For HIS Glory, Inc. Helping Hands Ministry Humbolt House Living Hope Church of Medina Newbridge Place Oaks Family Care Center Salvation Army of Medina Second Baptist Church Medina Seventh Day Adventist Community Service Center Seville Community Food Pantry St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church St. Paul Lutheran Church St. Paul’s Free Farmers Market Trease Road Child Care Center

Portage County Blick Clinic Bread of Life Brimfield Community Cupboard, Inc. Center of Hope Christian Cupboard Church of Christ of Ravenna City of Refuge Coleman Adult Day Services Coleman Professional Services Community Action Council Youth Center Community Bible Church Community Food Pantry Crestwood 4Cs Hattie Larlham Center for Children Kent Social Services The Lord’s Pantry Miller Community House New Beginning Church of God Randolph Suffield Atwater Food Shelf Renaissance Family Center of Windham, OH, Inc. Riverwood Community Chapel Safer Futures Salvation Army of Ravenna Salvation Army North East Portage Foodshelf Streetsboro Christian Cupboard Streetsboro Community Pantry Town Hall ll / Horizon House Upper Room Cultural Development Center Winfield Food Pantry Stark County All Saints Temple COGIC Alliance Community Pantry Inc. Alliance Family YMCA Alliance for Children & Families Alliance of Churches, Inc. American Red Cross of Stark County American Rescue Workers Apostolic Faith Missions Dept. Believer’s Assembly Church

Boys & Girls Club of Massillon Calvary Presbyterian Church Camp Tippecanoe Camp Wanake Canaan Acres Christian Camp, Inc. Canal Fulton Community Cupboard Canton Calvary Mission Canton Free Will Baptist Church Canton Friendship Center Canton Pentecostal Temple Catholic Charities of Stark County Christian Harbor of TMRC Church of the Master Church of the Savior City of Hope Community Care Services, Inc. Community Drop In Center Community Services - Stark County Community Treatment Center Concerned Citizens of the 4th Ward David YMCA Faith Kitchen Family Life Center Feed My Sheep First Assembly of God First Christian Church of Canton First Church of the Resurrection First United Presbyterian Church Grace Fellowship Grace United Church of Christ Helping Hands Network His Place for You Ministries J.R. Coleman Family Services James S. Thomas United Methodist Church Jesus Christ People Care Center Lake Cable Elementary PTO Lake Community YMCA Lifeline Ministries LifeSong Church Little Flower Emergency Food Pantry Louisville Area YMCA Louisville Community Cupboard Massillon Knights of Columbus Minerva Area YMCA

Mt. Zion Community Church Multi-Development Services Myers Lake YMCA North Canton Church of Christ North Canton YMCA Northwest Church of Christ Pregnancy Support Center Quest Recovery Services Refuge of Hope River of Life Pantry Rivertree Christian Church S.A.L.T. Box Kitchen Salt and Light Ministry Salvation Army of Alliance Salvation Army of Canton Serving Hands Ministries Sharing and Caring Sherrick Road Church of God Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church Southeast Community Interfaith Meal St. Barbara’s Food Pantry St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church St. John’s United Church of Christ Stark County Hunger Task Force SVDP/ St. Joseph’s Catholic Church SVDP/ St. Mary’s Church T.O.S.M. Inc. (Triumph Over Satan Ministries) Total Living Center/Manna House Union Baptist Church/Canton Urban Ark Zion Lutheran Church North Canton Zion’s Temple Church of God Summit County Access Inc. Akron Baptist Temple Akron Blind Center Akron Missionary Baptist Church Akron Rotary Camp Akron Urban League Akron-Summit Community Action Agency Allife Total Wellness Center/ Congressional District Programs

ALPHA Nutrition Program American Red Cross of Summit County Anointed Word of Life Ministries Antioch Baptist Church Ardmore Arlington Church of God Arlington Memorial Baptist Church Asia Inc. Avert I Community Outreach Center, Inc. Barberton Area Community Ministries Barberton Seventh Day Adventist Community Services Battered Women’s Shelter Bethany United Church of Christ Bethel 7th Day Adventist Church Blessed Trinity Parish Blick Clinic Boys & Girls Clubs of the Western Reserve Bread of Life Bridging The Gap Ministries Cafe Forty-One: Eleven Calvary Open Bible Church Camp Christopher Catholic Social Services of Summit County Catholic Workers of Akron The Chapel Child Guidance & Family Solutions Choices Community Social Center Christ the King/Blessed Trinity Parish Christ Way Ministries, Inc. Church of Christ in Cuyahoga Falls Church of the Holy Spirit City of Joy Life Enrichment Center COB Outreach Collaboration Station College Students Ministry Community Habilitation Services Inc. Community Health Center Community Support Services Compass Point Chapel Compassion Ministries Copley Outreach Center


Cornerstone Christian Assembly Cornerstone Church Student Groups Cutmar Cuyahoga Falls Good Neighbors CYO Adult Day Care East Akron YMCA East Liberty Assembly of God Emmanuel Christian Assembly Evant Inc. Faith & Prayer International Outreach Ministries Faith Temple Church Family Resource Center The Father’s House Feed His Sheep Ministries Feed My Sheep Feed My Sheep Ministry-Robert St. Felons For Hire Firestone Park YMCA Child Care First Apostolic Faith First Baptist Church of Akron First Congregational Food Cupboard First Grace United Church of Christ First Presbyterian Church First United Methodist Church Focus Community Development Corp Focus Service Providers Forest Hill Community Christian Church Gennesaret, Inc. Good Neighbors Good Samaritan Hunger Center Greater Works Outreach Ministries Greek Orthodox Church of Annunciation Green Good Neighbors H.A.N.D. Harvest Food Pantry Hattie Larlham He Brought Us Out Ministry Heart 2 Heart Ministries, Inc. Heart 4 The City Help Open Peoples Eyes Ministries Highpoint Christian Church Holy Trinity United Methodist Church Hope Homes Inc. Immaculate Heart of Mary

Interval Brotherhood Home JoAnn’s Pantry Joseph’s Kitchen Journey Covenant Church The King’s Chapel Kings Kitchen Lakemore United Methodist Church Legacy lll, Inc. Living Hope United Methodist Church Living Stone Apostolic Church Lockwood United Methodist Church Macedonia Baptist Church Manna From Heaven Maranatha Bible Church Mature Services Middlebury Chapel Food Pantry Miller Avenue United Church of Christ Mt. Olive Baptist Church of Akron Mt. Zion Baptist Church New & Living Way International Ministries New Exodus Christian Fellowship Church New Hope Baptist Church New Life Missionary Baptist Church Noah’s Ark Northfield Presbyterian Church Community Meal Open Door Assembly of God Open M P.A.L.S. Home Consortium Pastoral Counseling Service Pavilion of Praise Church of God in Christ Peoples Baptist Church Phillips Chapel Christian Methodist Episcopal Church Pregnancy Care of Summit County Prince of Peace Baptist Church Project Agape Child Development Center Project G.I.V.E. Safe Landing Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center Salvation Army Akron Citadel Salvation Army of Barberton The Sanctuary Second Baptist Church Shelter Care

Solid Rock Christian Fellowship Baptist Church South Side Dreams Association South Street Ministries, Inc. South Street Mission Inc. Springtime of Hope St. Bernard - St. Mary Parish St. John Christian Methodist Episcopal Church St. John/St. Paul Lutheran Church Summit County Community Treatment Team SVDP - Fr. Hilkert Ozanam Center SVDP Society Food Pantry SVDP/ Immaculate Conception Church SVDP/ St. Hilary Tabitha Ministry Food Pantry Tallmadge Good Neighbors Tarry House, Inc. Tennis Allstars, Inc. Tower of Prayer Trinity In The Community Truly Reaching You Ministry, Inc. Tutoring Nurtures Talent, Inc. United Presbyterian Church Unity Holiness Ministries Victory Garden The Village Network Visitation of Mary Wesley Temple AME Zion Church West Akron Community Outreach Pantry Williard United Church of Christ Wonder World Child Development Center Word of Life Outreach Center YMCA Camp Y-Noah Zion Lutheran Church - Akron Tuscarawas County Advocacy, Choices & Empowerment Inc. Camp Buckeye The Carpenter’s Cupboard First Assembly of God New Philadelphia Friends of the Homeless of Tuscarawas County Greater Dover New Philadelphia Food Pantry Harbor House Inc. Harbor of Hope

Harcatus Senior Nutrition Program Journey’s End Ministries Salvation Army of Dover Tabor Ridge Community Church Twin City Pantry Valley View Community Church Word of Life Church Wayne County Beacon House/Steps at Liberty Center Breakfast at Trinity Brothers of Annunciation Canaan Caring Cans for Christ Food Ministry Christian Children’s Home of Ohio Christian Harbor Church Community Action/Wayne-Medina Crown Hill Food Pantry Dalton Baptist Church Doylestown Community Food Cupboard Eastern Road Church of God Food Ministry Every Woman’s House Faith Family Fellowship Church of God Friendship Meals Inc. Gault Family Learning Center Hands of Grace United Pentecostal Church Main Street Cafe New Destiny Treatment Center O’Brien Ministries Inc. Orrville Boys & Girls Club Orrville Loaves & Fishes Outreach Community Living Service Pathway House/Steps at Liberty Center People to People Ministries Salvation Army of Creston Salvation Army of Orrville Truth Baptist Pantry Wooster Hope Center Zion Lutheran Church of Wooster

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Š 2012 Akron-Canton Regional Foodbank 350 Opportunity Parkway, Akron OH 44307 • 330.535.6900 akroncantonfoodbank.org Serving Carroll, Holmes, Medina, Portage, Stark, Summit, Tuscarawas and Wayne Counties


2011 Annual Report  

The 2011 Annual Report of the Akron-Canton Regional Foodbank in Akron, Ohio.

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