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Our Mission After-School All-Stars (ASAS) provides comprehensive after-school programs that keep children safe and help them succeed in school and life.


TABLE OF CONTENTS FOLLOW OUR JOURNEY LETTER FROM OUR FOUNDER

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APPROACH 6 RESULTS 7 NATIONAL INITIATIVES 8-9 SUMMER LEARNING 13 PARTNER HIGHLIGHTS 14-15 CHAPTER SNAPSHOTS 16-20 LETTER FROM AN ALL-STAR

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MESSAGE FROM OUR PRESIDENT

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YEAR IN REVIEW 24-25 FINANCIALS 26 SUPPORTERS 27-29 SCHOOL PARTNERS 29 CHAPTER LEADERSHIP 30 NATIONAL LEADERSHIP 31 BOARD OF DIRECTORS

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AFTER-SCHOOL ALL-STARS HAS EVOLVED. IN 1993 WE WERE FOUNDED WITH A FOCUS ON USING HEALTH AND FITNESS TO HELP AT-RISK YOUTH GET BACK ON TRACK. TODAY, WE ARE COMPREHENSIVE AFTER-SCHOOL PROVIDERS FOCUSED ON FUELING OUR STUDENTS’ PASSIONS BY TYING THEIR INTERESTS TO ACADEMIC SUPPORT, ENRICHMENT ACTIVITIES AND HEALTH AND FITNESS PROGRAMS THAT INSTILL THE CONFIDENCE AND RESILIENCE THEY’LL NEED FOR SUCCESS IN SCHOOL AND LIFE. TO CELEBRATE OUR 20TH ANNIVERSARY, WE COULD THINK OF NO BETTER WAY THAN TO HIGHLIGHT OUR STAFF, EDUCATORS, VOLUNTEERS, PARTNERS, BOARD MEMBERS AND MOST IMPORTANTLY, AMAZING STUDENTS.

Join us as we look back at our journey over the last two decades.

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“We launched ASAS with a vision: we wanted every child to have a safe and inspiring place to go after-school. Twenty years later, the need for ASAS programs remains broad and deep. We’ve served nearly a million students, and we’ll continue our work until all students have the support, opportunities and resources that help them succeed.” – Paul Wachter, ASAS National Board Chairman

1993 1990 Arnold Schwarzenegger is appointed to the President’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports, an experience that sparks his passion for teaching, coaching and mentoring youth.

Arnold Schwarzenegger teams up with Danny Hernandez to launch the national Inner City Games Foundation in Los Angeles.

“There is perhaps no more important goal for any society than providing the opportunity for its young people to have productive and fulfilling lives. As former Secretary of Education for California I know first hand how vital, well-run comprehensive afterschool programs are for our students, and seeing the impact of ASAS is one of my greatest joys” — Bonnie Reiss, ASAS National Board Director

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A LETTER FROM OUR FOUNDER I discovered bodybuilding at a young age and it opened a window to a world far bigger and greater than I ever imagined. To excel in that world, I had to have incredible focus and determination. Most importantly, I had to dedicate myself to the profession and work as hard as I possibly could to succeed. The work habits I developed then are the same ones that propelled me to the top of my profession as an actor and later as the 38th Governor of the State of California.

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Along the way, I realized that it was impossible to reach any great goal alone and began to surround myself with people who believed in me and pushed me to work even harder. It was the encouragement of these mentors, friends, and family members that drove me to achieve success over the years. I consider myself lucky to have had the support of so many fantastic people. The gratitude I felt only grew as I began my work with the President’s Council on Health and Fitness, and soon realized that too many children did not have the same opportunity to discover and pursue their passions. So many kids didn’t have someone to talk to when they felt pressure from peers, someone to help when they fell behind in school, someone to teach them that being kind and hardworking are some of the most important values. That is why I founded After-School All-Stars. And, twenty years later, that is why I continue to advocate for after-school programs that give children across the nation the chance to fight for their dreams as fiercely as I fought for mine. Over two decades, ASAS has helped nearly a million students follow their dreams. Time and time again, ASAS students show they have the vision, the confidence and the passion to reach their goals - inside and outside of the classroom. Like the people who supported me so long ago, it is a credit to the many hard working teachers, counselors, coaches, school faculty, community members, elected officials, partner organizations, corporate leaders and generous donors who collectively make our work possible that so many of our nation’s young people are getting a chance to truly succeed. Thank you again to everyone who helps make this work possible. I look forward to another 20 years of success ahead. Sincerely,

Arnold Schwarzenegger Founder and Honorary Chair

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1994

1995

1996

Atlanta chapter is established.

Las Vegas, Orlando, New York and San Diego chapters are established.

Bay Area, San Antonio and South Florida chapters are established.

WHEN I GROW UP I WANT TO BE CHALLENGED!


APPROACH

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SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS 87,377 STUDENTS

367 SCHOOLS

41 CITIES

14 CHAPTERS

10 STATES *includes District of Columbia

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Qualify for Free Reduced Price Lunch/Title 1

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RESULTS

to graduate and then give ENGAGEMENT THROUGH SERVICE 85% OF STUDENTS reported the Life Service Action program helped them feel confident they can make a difference in their communities.

ANTI-OBESITY AND HEALTHY LIVING On average Sports as a Hook participants receive 164 HOURS of physical activity every year or nearly 1 hour each school day.

DROP-OUT PREVENTION 94% OF CAMPUS 2012 participants are on track to graduate high school.

FINANCIAL LITERACY AND CAREER EXPLORATION 86% OF STUDENTS said that they learned about jobs and careers they did not know about previously and would like to pursue when they are older.

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NATIONAL INITIATIVES

SPORTS AS A HOOK DEVELOPS STUDENTS’ CHARACTER THROUGH ORGANIZED PLAY, NUTRITION EDUCATION AND OUTDOOR EXPERIENCES. 8th grader Mary G. of ASAS Los Angeles not only achieved straight A’s, she did it while training for the Los Angeles Marathon. She says her ASAS coach and fellow All-Stars gave her the confidence she needed to cross the finish line.

WE ARE READY INTERVENES EARLY WITH STUDENTS WHO ARE AT RISK OF DROPPING OUT, OFFERING ACADEMIC SUPPORT, HIGH SCHOOL READINESS AND COLLEGE EXPLORATION OPPORTUNITIES TO HELP STUDENTS MAKE CONNECTIONS BETWEEN ACADEMIC AND CAREER SUCCESS. Tiandre B. of ASAS South Florida says ASAS changed his life. With the support of his program leaders, Tiandre transformed from an angry and disengaged young man to a true role model for those around him. Now a junior in high school, he made it past the “10th grade dip” and is on track to graduate. He serves as a Lieutenant for the City of Miami Police Explorers and is a Sergeant First Class in the J.R.O.T.C program. Sergeant Tiandre hopes to attend Stanford, West Point or Columbia and become a police officer, prosecutor or the President of the United States. Talk about reaching for the stars!

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2000 NATIONAL INITIATIVES

Ohio chapter is established.

CAREER EXPLORATION OPPORTUNITIES PREPARES STUDENTS FOR THE 21ST CEN T URY WORKPLACE THROUGH CAREER-MAPPING, MENTORING AND FINANCIAL LITERACY EDUCATION.

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Juan H. didn’t speak English when he came to America. During his first years in the U.S., he lived with his family in a retrofitted garage. He joined ASAS as a shy boy, vulnerable to gang violence, but the program guided him to set his sights on a career in engineering. Today, Juan is a graduate of Harvard University and in a management training program at a Los Angeles company. He says ASAS helped him get on the right track and today he is able to pay for his sisters college.

LIFE SERVICE ACTION ENCOURAGES STUDENTS TO LEAD AND IMPROVE THEIR COMMUNITIES THROUGH SERVICE. Liliana V. was afraid to stand up against bullying but when she joined ASAS Chicago, she found a community that celebrated speaking out and her desire to be a role model to her peers. Liliana spearheaded an anti-bullying campaign at her school and is working to help develop confidence in other kids. “I refuse to walk away when anyone is being bullied—instead, I will be a positive influence and advocate in my environment,” she says. The Chicago Sun-Times published her article on learning to combat bullying.

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2001 Audemars Piguet begins a 12 year partnership with ASAS.

WHEN I GROW UP I WANT TO BE A TEAM PLAYER!

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The Todd Wagner Foundation supports ASAS’ early adoption of technology programs for youth, addressing the digital divide and 21st century workplace skills.

P U W O R G I N WHE I WANT TO BE HEALTHY!

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2002 SUMMER LEARNING

Chicago chapter is established.

Students expand their horizons and build confidence at our summer immersion camps that offer educational experiences, STEM programs, civics and more. LAUNCHED IN 2010 CampUs is a college immersion camp that gives middle school students a look at life after high school, complete with dorms, cafeterias, and lecture halls. CampUs has been held at 13 college campuses around the country.

94% OF CAMPUS 2012 PARTICIPANTS

ARE ON TRACK TO GRADUATE HIGH SCHOOL.

LAUNCHED IN 2012 Camp Hoop Heroes is a leadership and mentoring program that responds to the need for positive role models in underserved communities. Through the program, which has been piloted in Miami and Washington, D.C., local professionals teach at-risk youth about school, leadership and careers while bonding through basketball skills. LAUNCHED IN 2013 STEM CampUs gives the CampUs program a STEM twist. At camp, professionals working in IT, e-commerce, engineering, graphic design, applied sciences, and academia broaden students’ career options and guide them in creating road maps to success.

2010

LAUNCHED IN 2010 The National Youth Advisory Board brings together motivated All-Stars from all chapters to help refine our programs, lead critical initiatives in their chapters and advocate for ASAS programs.

ASAS helped Ni’Quille B. by moving him from a “drop-out factory” school into St. Charles Preparatory School, Ni’Quille is currently a senior and both on the basketball and football team.

2010

2013

Danny C., participant in Hawaii’s first-ever CampUs. Remembering this experience, he shares, “Before CampUs I felt like high school was a big wave coming at me, but CampUs was the guide that pulled me through!” Danny is now a senior at McKinley High School and is headed for graduation with more than the required number of credits!

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PARTNER HIGHLIGHTS

MESSAGES FROM OUR PARTNERS...

We understand how critical it is to give our All-Stars a “robust range of experiences to help them discover their own passions and interests. We applaud ASAS for their great work and Westime looks forward to being a part of ASAS’ bright future.

— JOHN SIMONIAN, FOUNDER, WESTIME

MetroPCS is proud to partner with ASAS. ASAS has a rich history of providing exceptional after-school programming and experiences. ASAS’ innovative, entrepreneurial and egalitarian approach to education resonates with our own approach to bringing affordable wireless to everyone. We believe that all youth should have a place to go where they can discover their talents and passions. We’re honored to be able to support ASAS’ young people and wish them another 20 years of keeping children safe, and helping them succeed in school and in life. — TOM KEYS PRESIDENT AND COO, METROPCS

THE C.S. MOTT FOUNDATION IS PROUD TO HAVE A LONG-STANDING PARTNERSHIP WITH AFTER-SCHOOL ALL-STARS. WE SHARE THE COMMON GOAL OF ENHANCING OUR COMMUNITIES WHILE SHAPING AND EMPOWERING THE INDIVIDUAL. WE BELIEVE IN THE POWER OF THE AFTER SCHOOL SPACE AND SHARED LEARNING, AND ARE EXCITED TO PARTNER WITH AFTER-SCHOOL ALL-STARS NATIONALLY TO MAKE A LASTING IMPACT IN THE LIVES OF CHILDREN. — GWYNN HUGHES, PROGRAM OFFICER, C.S. MOTT FOUNDATION

It is such a privilege to join ASAS in celebrating their 20th anniversary. At FOX Sports, we greatly admire ASAS’ work bringing invaluable life experiences to kids nationwide on top of building a foundation that fosters education and fitness. Sports plays an integral role in the lives of our youth by teaching teamwork, sportsmanship and leadership. Ultimately, sports are about supporting a hometown team and deepening ties to a local community. Through our partnership with ASAS, we are able to work with, support and build connections within the community providing greater opportunities for students in the classroom, on the playing field and beyond. We are proud to partner with ASAS and congratulate them on 20 years of exceptional work. — RANDY FREER, PRESIDENT AND COO, FOX NETWORKS GROUP

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2003 ICGF holds a contest for participants to rename the organization to better represent the expanded mission of providing comprehensive after-school programs. ICGF becomes After-School All-Stars.

PARTNER HIGHLIGHTS

UP W O R G WHEN I T TO I WAN RS... E HELP OTH At the New York Life “Foundation, we are committed to helping disadvantaged children build strong futures through academic success. We partner with ASAS to accomplish this goal nationally, helping middle school students succeed. Congratulations to ASAS for 20 years of empowering youth to succeed in school and in life!

— HEATHER NESLE, PRESIDENT, NEW YORK LIFE FOUNDATION

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2004 CHAPTER SNAPSHOTS

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C.S. Mott Foundation supports ASAS’ transition in focus from health and fitness programs to a comprehensive after-school model.

ATLANTA

CHICAGO

CHAPTER ACHIEVEMENT During the 2012-13 school year, 1,100 ALL-STARS PARTICIPATED in service learning projects, GIVING 3,300 HOURS BACK TO THE COMMUNITY. Studies consistently show that students who participate in a service learning program have improved academic performance and positive behavior in school.

CHAPTER ACHIEVEMENT Among the 2012 class of Chicago CampUs participants, 83% WERE PROMOTED FROM 9TH TO 10TH GRADE ON TIME—making their successful transition through a period that’s the highest at risk for potential high school dropouts.

King Summer Camp participants hit the recording studio.

PEACE poster making session for Youth Service Day.

2,717 STUDENTS, 15 SCHOOLS

38,791 STUDENTS, 173 SCHOOLS


Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson named national spokesperson for ASAS, saying “he’s proud to be a part of a program that positively changes kids’ lives.”

27,579 students served in 2003-2004 school year.

HAWAII

LAS VEGAS

LOS ANGELES

CHAPTER ACHIEVEMENT 90% OF ASAS STUDENTS passed all of their core classes.

CHAPTER ACHIEVEMENT ASAS Las Vegas students scored higher than their non-ASAS peers on district-wide standardized tests, scoring 10% HIGHER IN MATH AND READING PROFICIENCY than non-ASAS students.

CHAPTER ACHIEVEMENT 85% OF STUDENTS attained or maintained a C or better in English courses.

ASAS Hawaii student develops her gardening skills.

Lifetime Adventures participants camp out in Moab, Utah.

ASAS Los Angeles participant goes over sheet music with her instructor in preparation for a recital.

2,028 STUDENTS, 11 SCHOOLS

5,236 STUDENTS, 14 SCHOOLS

17,87 7 STUDENTS, 42 SCHOOLS

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2005 CHAPTER SNAPSHOTS

NEW YORK

2,215 STUDENTS, 2 SCHOOLS CHAPTER ACHIEVEMENT “ASAS is an extraordinary place to be in after regular school hours, as it offers a lot of scholarly, but fun classes that students really enjoy. I am very grateful for ASAS as I HAVE LEARNED TO BE MYSELF, to be a leader, and I really think there is no better after-school program out there!”

33,710 students served in 2004-2005 school year.

2006 58,077 students served in 2005-2006 school year.

NORTH TEXAS OHIO 350 STUDENTS, 1 SCHOOL

CHAPTER ACHIEVEMENT “WE‘VE BECOME THIS FAMILY, WE’VE BECOME ONE, WE ALL SUPPORT ONE ANOTHER. That is what ASAS has done for me, it has put that support, that back bone into helping my daughter and myself realize dreams and expectations that we have for our lives.”

886 STUDENTS, 8 SCHOOLS

CHAPTER ACHIEVEMENT 95% OF ASAS PARENTS SURVEYED REPORTED SEEING AN IMPROVEMENT in their child’s reading skills; one parent went on to say “I wouldn’t want him to go to a school that doesn’t have the (ASAS) program.”

– Camille Harris, Site Coordinator

– Brianna D., 9th Grader and YAB member-alumni

Students attend ASAS New York CampUs at St. John’s University.

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North Texas All-Star focuses during yoga.

Molina Healthcare brought their “blender bike” to the Annual Ohio Live Fit Challenge where students pedaled to make their smoothies.


2007 Kobe Bryant becomes National Ambasssador, saying, “A program I’m very excited about is ASAS, what they do is absolutely brilliant.”

ORLANDO

2,239 STUDENTS, 8 SCHOOLS

56,580 students served in 2006-2007 school year.

SAN ANTONIO SAN DIEGO 5,884 STUDENTS, 28 SCHOOLS

CHAPTER ACHIEVEMENT 74% OF MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS met Orange County Public Schools academic achievement standards, earning a 3.0 GPA or higher.

CHAPTER ACHIEVEMENT “ASAS has made a difference in me by showing me more RESPONSIBILITY IN OUR COMMUNITY. The staff care a lot about us— they helped me with my social [skills].”

ASAS Orlando All-Star participates in healthy cooking and nutrition class with Universal Studios Chef.

ASAS San Antonio folklorico girls smile for the camera before their performance.

– Esteban T., 8th Grade National Youth Advisory Board Member

1,300 STUDENTS, 9 SCHOOLS CHAPTER ACHIEVEMENT ASAS San Diego is focusing efforts on serving youth affected by homelessness. As the sole provider of after-school programs at the Monarch School, ASAS SAN DIEGO REACHES 157 HOMELESS STUDENTS DAILY.

ASAS San Diego participants attend the Long Beach Grand Prix.

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2007 Atlantic Philanthrophies supports ASAS’ national network capacity building.

SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA

2,227 STUDENTS, 24 SCHOOLS

CHAPTER ACHIEVEMENT 92% OF ASAS STUDENTS surveyed reported learning about careers in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math that they didn’t know about prior to attending STEM CampUs.

ASAS Bay Area student practicing his interviewing skills during a career panel session featuring a Univision web publisher.

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SOUTH FLORIDA

5,47 7 STUDENTS, 32 SCHOOLS

CHAPTER ACHIEVEMENT “Going to FOX really helped me realize my DREAM OF BECOMING A SPORTS BROADCASTER. I can’t wait to work there one day.” – Joel, 8th grade ASAS and Camp Hoop Heroes participant

During Camp Hoop Heroes, ASAS South Florida participants tour FOX Sports studios as part of the career exploration component.

2008 60,076 students served in 2007-2008 school year.

WASHINGTON, D.C. 150 STUDENTS, 1 SCHOOL

CHAPTER ACHIEVEMENT “My Sports as a Hook class taught me the IMPORTANCE OF TAKING CARE OF MY HEALTH. Ms. D gave us a lot of tips on how to keep our heart rates up and a lot of healthy recipes that I share with my mom.” – Marcus D., 8th Grade, ASAS D.C. Participant

ASAS D.C. participant celebrates Lights on After-school at a pep rally to mark the launch of the new ASAS school.


2008 60,076 STUDENTS

OHIO

830 STUDENTS, 8 SCHOOLS

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95% of parents who completed the 21st Century Community Learning Centers Ohio-Quality Assessment Rubric survey reported seeing an improvement in their child’s reading skills because of ASAS.

ASAS Ohio participant give CampUs, college immersion camp, two thumbs up

ASAS Orlando participant participates in healthy cooking and nutrition class with Universal Studios Chef.

ORLANDO

2,239 STUDENTS, 8 SCHOOLS 98% of middle school students met OCPS (Orange County Public Schools) academic achievement standards, with a 2.0 GPA and: 21% OF STUDENTS EARNED A PERFECT 4.0 GPA 74% EARNED A 3.0 GPA OR HIGHER

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2009 LETTER FROM AN ALL-STAR

ASAS launches its four national initiatives, which work to ensure our students are safe and healthy, graduate high school and go on to college, find careers that they love and give back to their communities.

Dear ASAS, I live in a single-parent household. My mom is my biggest inspiration. She works so hard for me to have a bright future and she encourages me every day to do my best. My mom grew up in Mexico with 11 siblings and no money at all. By 5th grade, she was on her own and had to work really hard to support herself. She moved to the United States with hopes for a better life. My mom is the reason I want to succeed. I want to show her that hard work pays off. Only my uncle went to college and graduated. There is nobody in our generation to guide me and my cousins on the right path. I want to be the one to guide them. ASAS is very important to me and my mom. My mom is happy I do fitness and enrichment activities. We don’t get gym class at school, so ASAS helps me stay fit. Also, the classes we take are things I would have never tried on my own. When they told me I was going to Texas to meet kids from around the United States at the National Youth Advisory Board Retreat, I was nervous because I didn’t know what to expect. But I was greeted by warm, welcoming people and all the nerves flew out of me. I got completely out of my comfort zone that week. Since then I am not as afraid to speak in front of crowds and do as much as I can to help others. I am and will always be grateful to ASAS. Sincerely,

JESSICA S., 8TH GRADE ASAS OHIO NATIONAL YOUTH ADVISORY BOARD MEMBER

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67,970 students served in 2008-2009 school year.

Hawaii chapter is established.

2007

MESSAGE FROM OUR PRESIDENT

Twenty years ago, our founder, Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, had a dream to provide a safe and healthy environment for low-income, inner-city children during after school hours. His dream was realized with the creation of ASAS.

THANKS TO ARNOLD’S VISION AND THE HARD WORK OF OUR SUPPORTERS AND STAFF, ASAS HAS GROWN TO SERVE NEARLY ONE MILLION STUDENTS SINCE OUR FOUNDING. We take a big tent approach and collaborate with school districts, local governments, community leaders, program partners, principals and teachers to align with and build upon the traditional school day. Each day, we provide a variety of academic, enrichment and health and fitness programs to our students in 367 schools from New York to Hawaii. A large scale study of ASAS showed that our programs provided the equivalent impact of an additional month of school at one-eighth the cost of the traditional school day. 2013

We are proud of our generation of graduates who have completed high school, attended college, and are now securing rewarding careers and contributing back to our programs and their communities. As we look to the next 20 years, we will continue to dedicate ourselves to our mission while creating a new vision for how we can expand and bring our proven, scalable model to even more partner schools, communities and students.

Ben Paul President & CEO

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2010 YEAR IN REVIEW

Students learn about design industry careers through a national SKECHERS shoe design competition and program.

SKX FOUNDATION LOGO FILE NAME

SKX_FOUNDATION_LOGO.eps

CATEGORY / DESCRIPTION

SKECHERS FOUNDATION LOGO IDENTITY

81,404 students served in 2009-2010 school year.

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WESTIME CHARITY POKER TOURNAMENT ASAS Founder Arnold Schwarzenegger hosted the Westime Charity Poker Tournament, presented by longtime ASAS supporter Westime and featuring poker champion Annie Duke. The action-packed evening saw Arnold Schwarzenegger feeding a tiger, actor and comedian Tom Arnold hosting a live auction and actor Joe Manganiello besting 36 players to walk away on top. The event was one of the most successful fundraisers in ASAS history.

FOX SPORTS SUPPORTS In 2010, FOX Sports became the first national Sports as a Hook partner, supporting health and fitness programming for All-Stars across the nation. Nearly 23,000 students participate in team play and nutrition education along with community service and sports-industry career exploration.

METROPCS BRINGS ASAS TO THE BIG D MetroPCS’ support enables ASAS to implement and scale its four national initiatives, ensuring youth receive programs critical to their success. This partnership has also powered the expansion of ASAS’ reach allowing us to open our doors in Dallas, for the 2012-13 school year, where 300 students on two school campuses participate in ASAS programming every school day.

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New York Life Foundation helps launch We Are Ready and CampUs high school and college success programming.

Chris Bosh becomes the newest National Ambassador saying “I was able to tell these kids how important a good education is, and for any kid that is interested in sports, doing well in school is a must.”

ALL-STARS AND OLYMPIANS MEET ON THE SLOPES For the fifth consecutive year, Mammoth Mountain hosts All-Stars for a weekend of skiing, mentoring and goal-setting. ASAS founder Arnold Schwarzenegger joined students on the slopes, along with Olympians Kelly Clark, Stacey Cook, and Kaya Turski. With such stellar support throughout the trip, students received a world-class introduction to the sport while learning invaluable lessons on leadership, tenacity and teamwork.

C.S. MOTT FOUNDATION The Charles Stewart Mott Foundation and ASAS are celebrating ten years in partnership focused on bringing high quality after-school programs to kids who need it most. The Foundation has supported ASAS in all areas from programmatic capacity building to sharing and learning best practices with our peers in the after-school space.

SENSA FUELS HEALTHY HABITS ACROSS THE COUNTRY SENSA has partnered with ASAS to help students make smart food choices, prioritize physical activity and prepare simple, healthy dishes for family and friends. The partnership launched the SENSA Healthy Eating program, designed for students of all ages, in our Hawaii, Los Angeles and New York chapters. With SENSA’s support, thousands of All-Stars learn delicious, easy ways to eat and stay healthy.

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FINANCIALS

For the 2012-2013 fiscal year, ASAS’ total network operating budget was $27,568,947.85, with nearly $0.86 of every dollar going directly to programming.

ASAS NETWORK FUNDING

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ASAS NETWORK EXPENSES

Government Revenue

83%

Program Expenses

86%

Foundation Revenue

10%

Administration Expenses

10%

Corporate Revenue

4%

Fundraising Expenses

4%

Event Revenue

2%

Individual Revenue

1%


2011 Ohio Governor John R. Kasich appropriates funding for ASAS’ statewide expansion.

$1,000,000 AND UP

21st Century Community Learning Centers City of Orlando, Florida Miami-Dade County Public Schools Orange County Public Schools Ohio TANF Program The After School Education and Safety Program

$500,000 - $999,999

Georgia Department of Human Services Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger Hawaii State Department of Education San Antonio ISD Challenge Program The Marcus Foundation, Inc. Three Square Food Bank Windsong Trust

$100,000 - $499,999

MetroPCS Wireless, Inc. C.S. Mott Foundation City of San Antonio-Edgewood Challenge Fifth Third Bank FOX Sports Networks GolinHarris Integrity Charter School John Simonian/Westime Joseph B. Whitehead Foundation Kamehameha Schools McInerny Foundation Monarch School San Diego New York Life Foundation SeaWorld Parks and Entertainment, Inc. SENSA Products, LLC. The Children’s Trust The Walt Disney Company Universal Orlando Wynn Las Vegas

$50,000 - $99,999

Audemars Piguet Millennial Tech Middle School American Honda Foundation Anto Beverly Hills Clark County Outside Agency Grant Edgewood ISD-Challenge Program Edison International Office of Hawaiian Affairs Rusty Gregory/Mammoth Mountain Ski Area, LLC. Siemens USA Target Tom Werner

$10,000 - $49,999

Goodie Two Shoes Foundation 99 Cents Only Stores, Inc. Alan Waxler Group Alison Miller/Niche Media AmeriGroup Corporation Bank of Hawaii, Inc. Barrick Gold of North America BEATS Electronics, LLC. Bloom Hergott et. al, LLP Bob Safai Brett Brewer Bridgepoint Education Bruce Makowsky Harold Buben/Buben and Zörweg Caesars Foundation Callan Law Firm Centennial Toyota Brett Martin/City National Bank Coca-Cola North America Columbus Collegiate Academy Columbus Recreation and Parks Department Costco Wholesale Corporation Covanta Energy Corporation Daniel Marshall

81,642 students served in 2010-2011 school year.

David Lake David Pecker/American Media David Seelinger/EmpireCLS Transportation Services DC Children and Youth Investment Trust Corporation DeWayne Zinkin Dimitry Mazur/DNM Pharmacy, Inc. Eastside Promise Neighborhood Edgar Sargsyan Edward Bedford Elaine Wynn Farshad Fardad Feld Entertainment, Inc. Fernie Lopez First Hawaiian Bank Frank Baxter Golden Nugget Hotel and Casino Graham© Graham and Elizabeth Weston Gyorgy Gattyan Harry Singer Foundation Harvey E. Najim Family Foundation Hawaii Community Foundation Hawaiian Electric Company and Hawaii Electric Light Company Hillsdale Fund Honolulu Star-Advertiser Hôtel Le Bristol Paris Hublot International Game Technology (IGT) Joe Manganiello John C. Kish Foundation Joseph Drown Foundation Juniper Networks Foundation Fund Katherine Alden Keiller Leadership Academy Kevin Laxer/KLE 2 Pharmaceuticals Kobayashi Group, LLC. Kobe and Vanessa Bryant Family Foundation Kyo-ya Hotels and Resorts, LP.

SUPPORTERS

Las Patronas LeBron James Madison High School Mark Caplow Michael Scott Mission Bay High School Mizel, Steven and Patricia Charitable Fund Morris A. Hazen Family Foundation National School District Nevada System of Higher Education Nevada’s Big Give Orlando Utilities Commission Patrick Kelley Youth Foundation Paul Wachter Phillip Terry Pillar Law Group, APLC R. C. Baker Foundation Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (RTC) RGK Foundation Rich Abajian Rob Mitchell/Tallus Ski and Golf Private Residence Club Roy and Penny McClurg Roy Grinberg RSM Consulting San Diego Gas and Electric Sandy Springs Education Force, Inc. Shane Victorino Foundation Sparkling Hill Resort and Spa Steven Kram/Content Partners Steven Weiss Sunroad Enterprise, Inc. Teza Technologies, LLC. AT&T Services, Inc. The Broad Foundation The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation The Keith and Judy Swayne Family Foundation The Miami HEAT Charitable Fund at the Miami Foundation

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2012 SUPPORTERS

The Research Corporation of the University of Hawaii The Reverend Takie Okumura Family Fund The West Coast Conference (WCC) The White Family Foundation Tijuana Flats / Just-in-Queso Foundation Todd Wagner Tom Arnold Toyota Dealer Match Program Ulysse Nardin United Way of Greater Los Angeles Vadim Lampert/Time Elements, Inc. Valero Energy Corporation Wal-Mart Foundation Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.

$5,000 - $9,999

Zenith Watches Andy Heyward and Amy Moynihan Heyward Aristocrat Technologies, Inc. August Jackson Barker Black Limited Bickerton Lee Dang Sullivan Bill Young Brandon Bass Carter Lay Foundation Columbia Gas of Ohio Cox Charities Cox Communications Creative Artists Agency, LLC. Elaine Gorbach Levine Charitable Foundation, Inc. Esquivel Shoes Susanne and Gary Tobey Family Foundation General Mills Foundation Glencoe Management, Inc. Greenspoon Marder Law Hensel Phelps Construction Co.

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ASAS opens a Washington, D.C. National office and increases its advocacy efforts.

Hilton and Hyland Real Estate Hotel Wailea Irie Foundation J.Glenn Jameer Nelson Jersey Mike’s Subs Jim Jimmerson Joseph Schlater Kenro Industries, Inc. Las Vegas Nightlife Group, LLC. Limited Brands Foundation Linda Costa Communications Group Mango’s Tropical Café MasTech, Inc. McCoy Federal Credit Union Orlando Predators Orlando Regional Healthcare System Philadelphia Insurance Companies Rackspace, Inc. Ralphs Grocery Company Raymond James Revolution Prep Sabrina Kay Scott Callahan, P.A. Sea World Parks and Entertainment, Inc. Shuffle Master, Inc. Super Bakery The Best Buy Company, Inc. The Hartley Foundation The Junior League of Las Vegas The Ohio State University Office of Diversity and Inclusion The Playa Foundation The Richard Lovett Trust of 1996 The University of Central Florida The Vons Companies Charitable Foundation, Inc. The Whittier Trust Company Tori Richard WCIT Architecture WFTV Eyewitness News 9 Youth Service America

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Lt. Governor of Hawaii Shan S. Tsutsui appropriates funding for statewide after-school programing supporting programs like ASAS Hawaii.

$1,000 - $4,999

A and B Foundation Abbot Studios ABC Fine Wine and Spirits aio American Savings Bank America’s Mattress of Hawaii Anthology Marketing Group, Inc. ASI Chemical, Inc. Avanzar Interior Technologies Avi Mannis and Tara Young BEI Hawaii Environmental Services Bloomingdale’s Bottega Veneta Brad Alberts Brad Downs Branch Banking and Trust Company Braylon Edwards Bret Harte Middle School Brett and Sky Brewer Cardinal Health, Inc. Caroline A. Forgason Cash America SuperPawn Central Pacific Bank Charles E. Amato Living Trust Christian Coughlan Christopher Fillo Christopher Harris CHS Clinical Campus City of Henderson CDBG City Public Service of San Antonio Clarion Hotel - National City Classic Party Rentals Event Specialists Classic Productions Commissioner Patty Sheehan Commissioner Robert Stuart Commissioner Tony Ortiz Communities Foundation of Texas Conservation Ambassadors/Zoo to You Corey Sanders Cox Target Media, Inc.

Crabbe, Brown, and James, LLP. CREEL Printing Cyrus and Michelle Hadidi David Brown Debra Witer Donald Duncan Donald Pliner Donna Lee DiMaggio Double Cross Vodka Dr. Eugene and Jayne Matsuyama Dr. Howard and Sanora Fujino Dr. Timothy and Kathleen Harney Dr. Todd Seto and Joy Matsuyama Ed Whitacre Elisa Vera Eric Brand Ernst and Young, LLP. Experience Columbus Farmer’s Insurance Hawaii, Inc. Findlay Toyota First Insurance Company of Hawaii, Ltd. Flowers in Beverly Hills Frost Bank Fulbright and Jaworski, LLP. Gafcon, Inc. Ginger and Kent Porter Global Surveillance Associates Gotham Casting, Inc. Gray-Robinson, P.A. Hawaii Medical Service Association Hawaiian Airlines, Inc. Hawaiian Telcom Holdco, Inc. HEB Grocery Company, LP. Helen Groves Henry Cisneros Hispanic Police Officers Association ICM Partners Infante, Zumpano, LLC. International Bank of Commerce International Chiropractic Association International House of Blues Foundation Jack Guenther/Amy S. McNutt Jason Fujimoto


MetroPCS becomes a national partner, fueling the expansion of our key initiatives across our network.

Jeffrey and Lynn Watanabe Jenna and Michael Morton Jersey’s Auto Sales Jill Tanowitz Jim Polk JN Automotive Group, Inc. John and Kimberly Wooldridge John Montford JTC Global Transport, LLC. Juana Estela Hollis-Avery Judith Perez Kaiser Permanente Hawaii Kaneohe Ranch Company, LLC. Karma Tequila Kemosabe/RCA Records Kersten Rettig Kohl’s Corporation Krispy Kreme Doughnut Corporation Langtry Estate and Vineyards Las Vegas Wranglers Laura DiMaggio Lee Vista, Inc. Li Lu Linebarger Goggan Blair and Sampson, LLP. Lynn McBee Magdalena Averhoff Marcus and Cheryl Merner McCorriston Miller Mukai MacKinnon, LLP. Michael Schlesinger Michael and Jill Elia Mid Pac Petroleum, LLC. Moet Hennessy National Football League Foundation Nationwide Children’s Hospital Nevada Arts Council Nexus Academy NuStar Energy, L.P. Nyx LA OB1, LLC. Ohio Health

Ohio State University Department of Athletics Pacific Contract Home Furnishings Patricia Smothers PayPal, Inc. Penny Schmidt Perry Ellis Photo Brilliant Popcornopolis, Inc. ProCamps ProService Hawaii Publix Super Markets, Inc. Pulte Homes, Inc. RB Vasquez and Associates, Inc. Rebecca and Richard Clemons Remedy Intelligent Staffing Rene Gonzalez Richanne Lam Robert Ingenito Robert Kline Rodney and Caryn Cohen Rural/Metro Corporation Rylan Rawlins San Diego Chargers Sarar USA, Inc. sbe Hotel Group, LLC. Schneider Downs, CPA. Scott Galer Silver Eagle Distributors, Inc. Skate Zone 71 Speedway Children’s Charities Sullivan Properties, Inc. Summit Consulting, LLC. Susan Reed Susie Lee Sysco Corporation Teammates for Kids Foundation Terri Grosh Texas Capital Bank The Columbus Post The GIFT Foundation of Hawaii

92,502 students served in 2011-2012 school year.

SCHOOL DISTRICT PARTNERS

The MacNaughton Group The Miami Marlins The Queen’s Medical Center The RK Group The USAA Foundation Thomas Keys Thomas Roche Timothy Davis Tween Brands, Inc. U.S. Army Garrison-Hawaii Consolidated Chaplains Fund Uka Solanki Foundation United Healthcare Services, Inc. UP2US Walter Lantz Foundation White and Case, LLP. Includes donors to National or any chapter above $1,000 from corporate, foundation, government, individual, and in-kind supporters; separated by funding category and listed alphabetically.

Alliance College-Ready Charter Schools Alum Rock Union School District Atlanta Public Schools Bright Star Schools Cajon Valley School District Camino Nuevo Charter Academy Schools Campbell Union School District Chicago Public Schools Clark County School District Columbus City Schools Dayton Public Schools Edgewood Independent School District Fulton County Public Schools Hawaii Department of Education ICEF Charter Schools Juvenile Courts and Community Schools Leadership Academy Charter Schools Los Angeles Unified School District KIPP Schools Miami Dade County Public Schools Montebello Unified School District National School District New York City Department of Education Newark Unified School District Orange County Public Schools San Antonio Independent School District San Diego Unified School District San Jose Unified School District Sweetwater Union School District Synergy Schools Charter Toledo Public Schools United Schools Network Value Schools Charter

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2013 North Texas Chapter is established.

CHAPTER LEADERSHIP

ATLANTA Dr. Walt Thompson Executive Director

WHEN I GROW UP... “I wanna be a kid; I wanna have some fun and stay forever young.“ CHICAGO William ‘BJ’ Lohr Program Manager

ORLANDO Tyler Chandler Executive Director

WHEN I GROW UP...

WHEN I GROW UP...

I want to look back knowing that our students had every opportunity to explore and dream big.

I want to remember the key to happiness is to find something more important than you, and dedicate your life to it.

NEW YORK Laura Burlacu Program Manager

SAN ANTONIO Dr. Patricia Karam Executive Director

WHEN I GROW UP...

WHEN I GROW UP...

I want to make a difference.

I want to be a Spurs basketball player and donate funds to All-Stars.

NORTH TEXAS Betsy Orton Executive Director

SAN DIEGO Tyree Dillingham Executive Director

WHEN I GROW UP...

WHEN I GROW UP...

WHEN I GROW UP...

I want to make a positive impact on others and lead by example.

I want to make a positive impact in the community.

I hope my infectious love of giving back inspires others, and the children we serve are happy and healthy.

HAWAII Dawn Dunbar Executive Director

OHIO Aslyne Rodriguez Co-Executive Director

SOUTH FLORIDA Sean Prospect Associate Director

WHEN I GROW UP...

WHEN I GROW UP...

WHEN I GROW UP...

I want to be young.

I want to impact the standards and expectations of education for all children across the nation.

I want to be a bridge maker, building bridges that help people overcome obstacles and connect others.

OHIO Sienna Daniel Co-Executive Director

WASHINGTON, D.C. Kanchan Sakhrani Program Manager

LAS VEGAS Ranna Daud Executive Director

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LOS ANGELES Ana Campos Executive Director

WHEN I GROW UP...

WHEN I GROW UP...

WHEN I GROW UP...

I want to have the courage, contentment and “just enough” wrinkles to show the journey of a happy life.

I will live in a world where education, health, and safety of all children are top priorities.

I want to look back on my life and know it was filled with adventure, new experiences and no regrets!

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87,377 students served in 2012-2013 school year.

NATIONAL LEADERSHIP

Ben Paul President and CEO

Aaron Dworkin Executive VP of National Network

Marsi Lopez Marketing Associate

WHEN I GROW UP...…

WHEN I GROW UP...…

WHEN I GROW UP...…

I want lots of happy kids and grandkids.

I hope my family will say I’m a great dad and husband.

I want to continue to do kindness! I hope to inspire myself and encourage others to do good deeds, small or big, that pay it forward.

Emily Ausbrook VP of Development and Marketing

Kat Ferry Executive Assistant to CEO

Chaitali Gala Cause Marketing Director

WHEN I GROW UP...……

WHEN I GROW UP...…

WHEN I GROW UP...…

I hope two things are true: my child is happy, healthy and a self-sufficient adult and the high school graduation rate in America is at 100%.

I want to build an animal shelter.

I want to make sure I’m still a kid at heart.

Emely Martinez Cockrell National Program Director

Sarah Gardner Sr. Operations Manager

Theresa Olivier Development Associate

WHEN I GROW UP...… I want to see more women in leadership positions, and more young girls believing they can get there.

WHEN I GROW UP...… I want to have the wit of Tina Fey, the talent of Joan Didion, and the beauty of my mom!

WHEN I GROW UP...… I want to run a marathon, learn how to cook, climb a mountain (a real one), write a book, and build a piece of furniture.

Megan Donahue Nieves Operations Associate

Kristy Gausman Cause Marketing Coordinator

Alyssa Plotkin National Program Assistant

WHEN I GROW UP...…

WHEN I GROW UP...…

WHEN I GROW UP...…

I want to stay curious.

I want to travel to all 50 states, bake the perfect cupcake, and make volunteering a weekly activity.

I want to be a mom.

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CHAPTER CHAIRS

BOARD OF DIRECTORS FOUNDER AND HONORARY CHAIR Arnold Schwarzenegger 38th Governor of the State of California

CHAIRMAN Paul Wachter President and CEO Main Street Advisors

ATLANTA Kirk Posmantur Founder and Chairman – Axcess Luxury and Lifestyle

HONORARY CHAIR Maria Shriver Former First Lady of California

PRESIDENT AND CEO Ben Paul After-School All-Stars

HAWAII Greg Dickhens President – Kyo-ya Hotels and Resorts LAS VEGAS Elaine Wynn Director – Wynn Resorts

DIRECTORS Brett Brewer Founder – Crosscut Ventures Vice Chairman - Adknowledge Maverick Carter CEO – LRMR Marketing Rodney Cohen Managing Director – The Carlyle Group Laura DiMaggio Partner – Nigro, Karlin, Segal, Feldstein & Bolno, LLP

Bonnie Reiss Global Director – USC Schwarzenegger Institute for State and Global Policy Joseph Schlater CEO – Busara Advisors John Simonian Founder – Westime Tom Werner Owner – Good Humor TV Chairman – Boston Red Sox

Annie Duke Author – Public Speaker Randy Freer President and COO - Fox Networks Group Scott Galer Partner – Stubbs Alderton and Markiles, LLP Daniel L. Hernandez President and CEO – Hollenbeck Youth Center Amy Moynihan Heyward Partner – A Squared Entertainment Tom Keys President and COO – MetroPCS Jane Macon Partner – Bracewell and Giuliani, LLP Chairperson – Siebert Financial Michael Reinsdorf President and CEO – Chicago Bulls

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EMERITUS DIRECTORS

Henry Cisneros Carol Ann Haake Priscilla Hernandez Kirk Posmantur Todd Wagner William S. White Harris Wofford Elaine Wynn

Jenna Morton Co-Owner – Morton Group John Pucci Senior Executive – Wynn Resorts LOS ANGELES Sabrina Kay Chairman and CEO – Fremont College NEW YORK August DiRenzo Vice Chairman – Cushman and Wakefield, Inc. Michael C. Schmidt Partner – Cozen O’Connor NORTH TEXAS Phil Terry Philanthropist OHIO Christopher O’Shaughnessy Attorney – McDonald Hopkins, LLC ORLANDO Thomas Callan Founder and Attorney – Thomas P. Callan, P.A. SAN ANTONIO Jane Macon Partner, Bracewell and Giuliani, LLP Chairperson – Siebert Financial SAN DIEGO Thomas Ashbrook Sr. Vice President and CIO – Bridgepoint Education SOUTH FLORIDA Benjamin F. Gilbert, Jr. VP Business Development – MasTec, Inc. WASHINGTON, D.C. Sara Brenner President – Community Wealth Partners


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