Alexander Youth Network Annual Report 2020

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HOPE

more than ever

ALE X ANDER YOUTH NE T WORK 2020 ANNUAL REPORT



“Hope is important because it can make the present moment less difficult to bear. If we believe that tomorrow will be better, we can bear a hardship today.” Thich Nhat Hanh

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Alexander Youth Network 2020-21 Board of Directors

Alexander Children’s Foundation 2020-21 Board of Trustees

Elvis Clemetson CTE

Chris Adams Wells Fargo Advisors

Alan Lochridge Wells Fargo

Bill Crowder Crowder Constructors

Will Barr Wells Fargo

Virginia Molan Wells Fargo

Dawn Davis Wells Fargo

Rick Beckman Vice Chair Bank of America, Retired

Sarah Pearce Community Volunteer

Debbie Dewitt-Green Wells Fargo Shannon Grant Wells Fargo Pete Kidwell Beacon Partners Kelly Koeninger Robinson Bradshaw Thomas Korona Keeneland Capital Chair

Wendy Bilas Community Volunteer Carla Carlisle TIAA Jennifer Cory Womble Bond Dickinson Ashley Cumberbatch US Bank Cameron Dayne Fifth Third Bank

Bryant Owens Wells Fargo Securities

Gaither Deaton Secretary

Shilpa Phillips Volvo Group of North America

Bill Fuller King & Spalding Chair

Scott Poole Ridgemont Group Anne Schleusner Community Volunteer Jeremy Swinson Wells Fargo Vice Chair

Matthew Greer JLL Greg Gruber Wells Fargo Greg Hill Tartan Builders Group

Curt Shaw Novant Health

Aleks Kopec King & Spalding

Craig Bass Alexander Youth Network

Al Lindemann FCA Partners

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Kate Phillips Bank of America Jim Ratchford Wells Fargo Securities Geoff Rusnak Wells Fargo Anne Schleusner Community Volunteer Allan Schmitt Wells Fargo Securities Jeremy Swinson Wells Fargo Kevin Thalinger Bank of America Fidel Toney Wells Fargo Andy Young Morgan Stanley Craig Bass Alexander Youth Network Lynn Crutchfield Alexander Children’s Foundation


FROM THE BOARD

For the past 133 years, Alexander Youth Network has

We will be opening two new services in Guilford County to help

established itself as the leader in North Carolina serving

round out our service array. One, a Facility-Based Crisis (FBC)

children struggling with mental health challenges. This past

service, will serve children and adolescents in that region as

year has been unlike any other, not only for Alexander, but

an alternative to hospitalization. FBC offers 24-hour-a-day care

also for the world around us. Faced with a pandemic, social

to those who have escalated behavior due to mental illness,

unrest and a crashing economy, it was a challenging year that

substance abuse or intellectual/developmental disabilities.

brought many hard times as well as some blessings and new

The second service is an emergency facility for youth ages

opportunities. Alexander Youth Network is so grateful for the

10-17 who are in the custody of the Department of Social

donors, staff and leaders, and partners who came together

Services and who have mental health treatment needs for

and helped us survive and thrive in 2020.

whom placements have been disrupted creating the need for

Over the past year, we have been able to quickly adapt and continue to serve thousands of children and families across the state. Our commitment and ability to provide high quality

immediate, short-term care not requiring hospitalization. This service will help keep children stable and safe while identifying appropriate long-term treatment options.

treatment has remained steadfast. Due to the generosity of

With your support, encouragement, and financial investment,

several grantors, we were able to provide our clients with the

we emerged stronger and more adaptable. Your dedication to

technology they needed to stay connected with necessary

Alexander has allowed us to create opportunity in the midst

supports as well as enabled them to engage in telemedicine.

of crisis, hope in the midst of hopelessness. We are deeply

Our staff made the transition from in-person service delivery

grateful to all of you for the ways in which every aspect of

to virtual with ease and very little disruption.

the greater Alexander community came together in 2020

It is in difficult times we are most able to identify cracks in the system supporting families in need. This past year offered a

to bring hope to families at a time when hope is needed more than ever. Thank you!

unique opportunity to learn how to improve and grow as an organization able to handle any challenge thrown its way. It has been a time of action as well as reflection. Learning ways to adapt service delivery to meet every client where they were,

Thomas Korona, Board Chair, Alexander Youth Network

we sought to perfect what we have always done well--serve children with mental health needs. We remained a constant in our clients’ lives, delivering the kind of care and concern most needed during a uniquely difficult time. Our residential programs remained open and received new clients; our staff

Bill Fuller, Board Chair, Alexander Children’s Foundation

became more than just a therapist or a teacher, they became a lifeline to many of our clients and families. The social unrest in our country allowed Alexander to begin an open dialogue amongst our staff and senior management

N. Craig Bass, Chief Executive Officer, Alexander Youth Network

and to engage in truly thoughtful discussion and planning. Diversity, inclusion, and equality are priorities and Alexander is learning new ways to ensure these attributes are a cornerstone

Lynn Crutchfield, President,

of our workplace, both for our staff and the clients and families

Alexander Children’s Foundation

we serve.

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A L E X A N D E R S TA F F ON THE FRONTLINE

“The kids I am working with are really connecting to a new way of providing therapeutic supports. They show us how resilient they can be when given the right encouragement. Even after we can return to in-home work, we will use the lessons learned during this time.” Chris Brown Triad Intensive In-Home staff

Albert Einstein says “In the midst of every crisis, lies great opportunity.” Throughout 2020, the staff and leadership at Alexander focused on the opportunities instead of conceding defeat to the challenges. With the same passion and commitment demonstrated in all aspects of their work, our staff faced every roadblock thrown their way with innovation and urgency. One example is Chris Brown, a member of our Intensive In-Home team in the Triad area. As safety protocols precluded in-home visits, Chris had to quickly create new ways to provide therapeutic supports and embraced the opportunity to make technology a powerful therapeutic tool. Working virtually with clients over the computer gave Chris a whole new menu of tools that he leveraged to increase engagement as well as treatment effectiveness. Chris watched his clients respond with enthusiasm to these new approaches. 4

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Whether bringing in a kid’s favorite Star Wars character to the session via a creative screen background or using virtual games, like Jeopardy, to work on building life skills, Chris adapted his approach to each client’s unique needs and interests. He has been especially excited about some of the changes one of his teenage clients has made. This young man was able to finally recognize how some of the negative behaviors, so frequent in the past, were not helping him make the gains he wanted for his future. Through Chris’ use of a variety of media options that were now available during virtual sessions, this young man was able to make new connections in his thought processes that helped usher this breakthrough. This experience was not unique to Chris. Other Alexander staff found unexpected benefits in working virtually with clients. Outpatient therapists reported surprising therapeutic gains that might not have happened in the office setting. Whether because of the more casual environment or because clients have been able to share glimpses of their home in ways not possible before, therapists witnessed deeper sharing and enhanced therapeutic impact as a result. Day Treatment teachers and managers used resources like Google Classroom, DoxyMe, Facetime, and Zoom to learn more about our children’s strengths, weaknesses, and challenges outside of the classroom giving an unprecedented glimpse into what life is like at home allowing staff to better tailor services. And most importantly, staff across all programs have seen a significant increase in parent/guardian participation. Parents are actively scheduling one on ones with counselors and teachers, as well as joining Alexander organized community events.


When any of us face a crisis, we gain hope from knowing we have a support network standing behind us. It’s no different for our kids and their families. Wikipedia defines the “front-line” as a military term referring to the position(s) closest to the area of conflict. Our staff have been on the front-line in the battle to bring hope to families when they need it most and our volunteers and donors have been the reinforcements which make winning the battle possible.

“The heavy use of technology has let our kids play to their strengths but also challenge them. A virtual night offers parents/guardians a less formal way to engage with Alexander. Instead of a child and family team meeting, it lets us touch base with parents and kids with creating a community amongst all of our kids and parents.” Courtney Hayes Charlotte Day Treatment Teacher

Top to Bottom: Alexander Staff, our Frontline heroes in Community Based Services. Chris Brown, Triad Intensive In-Home, working virtually with a client.

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DOING THE MOST GOOD Thanks to an unexpected rain shower in October 2019, Alexander Youth Network has a new sports program to supplement the existing recreational therapies at our Charlotte campus. If it wasn’t for this rain shower, Larry Brown would not have been at the 2019 Dinner & Discussion event hosted by the Alexander Children’s Foundation. Due to his rained out weekly softball game, Larry was a last-minute addition as he joined his wife, Tracy, who was sharing about their family’s experience navigating the mental health system. As luck would have it, Larry was seated next to our CEO, Craig Bass, during dinner. Recently retired and in search of a meaningful way to “do some good,” Larry asked Craig what interest there might be in offering a physical education program for the kids in Charlotte’s residential and day treatment programs. He was talking to a receptive audience as Craig had run Alexander’s first sports program almost 40 years ago. Sadly, like many valuable ancillary services, Alexander had not been able to continue this program due to limited financial resources. As a lifelong lover of anything to do with sports and almost 20 years coaching and leading youth baseball and softball teams/leagues throughout Charlotte, Larry knew whatever “good” he would do must involve youth sports, which he considers a “need for kids, not a want.” And Alexander was the perfect place. Given his own family’s experiences with mental health treatment, he knew all too well how difficult it can be to access the needed care even in the best of circumstances. He couldn’t Top to Bottom: Larry Brown and Dan Vizzini share their love of sports with Alexander’s kids. Alexander’s brand new disc golf course—a huge hit with all the youth.

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imagine the challenges faced by so many of the families we serve, who have neither the community nor financial support to offer their children the same kind of care without an organization like Alexander. This is where fate and good fortune collided. Not only did Larry have a passion for both youth sports and children’s mental health as well as a willingness to lend his resources to this cause, he had the ideal person to help make it happen. For at least 20 years, Larry had played softball with Dan Vizzini, a former professional baseball player, educator and athletic director. Dan left the non-profit world in 2014 after running youth sports programs, and creating adaptive sports programs for children with special needs. Dan was missing his work with kids and wanted to find the right place to get involved. Dan and Larry made the perfect match for Alexander and the kids we serve. Dan began his work at Alexander only 6 weeks before the pandemic hit and has managed to create and expand his programming despite COVID-19 restrictions. In addition to setting up an entire curriculum that includes all 78 kids on the Charlotte campus, he secured funding and volunteers to construct an 8-hole disc golf course along with all the requisite equipment. Dan saw disc golf as a way to introduce a completely new sport to the kids that would give them a quantifiable way to assess their individual progress and get them out of their comfort zone. Most of the kids we treat have not experienced much success, in the classroom or on the playing field, so finding a way for them to see improvement and gain confidence is critical to their emotional progress as well. Coach Dan has been an immediate “home run” on the Alexander campus. The teachers note a marked improvement in kids’ behaviors during class time as they don’t want to do anything that might cause them to miss sports class. For Larry and Coach Dan, there is a direct correlation between sports and life. Dan sees his new role as an opportunity to “teach kids how to lose with dignity, win with grace, accept your teammates and find some fun regardless of their ability.” The new sports education program has been a perfect “trifecta,” to use a final sports analogy: A generous individual finding

a charitable outlet that incorporates his passions, an educator finding a new outlet for his talents, and the kids of Alexander who are finding success and support in new ways every day. Thank you to Larry and Dan, as well as all our many volunteers at Alexander, for putting your talents and passion to work on behalf of the kids at Alexander.

2020 VOLUNTEERS AT-A-GLANCE 749 VOLUNTEERS served in creative ways, virtually when necessary, to support our kids and staff in a wide variety of ways including tutoring, mentoring, pen pals, and leading virtual extra-curricular activities

5,678 HOURS of volunteer time equaling

$154,442 of in-kind work

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G I V I N G G E N E R O U S LY T O BRING HOPE TO FAMILIES

Like so many other organizations, Alexander Youth Network relied on many different community partners, board members and donors to successfully navigate the hurdles of this past year. As Alexander adapted how it provided needed services to children and their families during the pandemic, we were fortunate to be the beneficiaries of much generosity from various grant sources: the United Way/FFTC COVID relief fund, Vanguard Charitable, Gaston County United Way, TIAA, Williams Foundation, Global Endowment Management and many more. Whether for “hero pay” for staff who remained on the front lines despite the threat of COVID to funds to help with pandemic-related special needs for our families, we could not have met the needs of our kids without these many partners. As programs moved from in-person, thriving connections to a landscape of virtual visits, telemedicine, and good old-fashioned letter writing in response to the pandemic, it took a tremendous amount of resources to ensure the agency and families were equipped to successfully navigate telemedicine. Funds from these grantors enabled Alexander to purchase over 125 laptops, tablets, and mobile internet devices in order to connect our children and families to our services. In addition to the generous donation of funds to purchase these vital devices, the Alexander IT department worked tirelessly to ensure all the devices were set up, connected and ready for use. Not only did they work with our clients, but they also made sure Alexander staff were able to do their jobs seamlessly from various remote locations across the state. They are truly the unsung heroes of Alexander. The generosity of the community did not stop there. Atlantic Packaging, Elevation Church, Carolina Mask Project, and Carolina Complete Health gave 8

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much needed PPE so our direct care staff could continue to provide in-person service and care to our most vulnerable youth. We are so grateful to these organizations who provided the items essential to continuing all of our residential services.

You are never too young to lead the way giving. Grant, age 6, donated his allowance to support kids at Alexander.

Along with the tremendous support from our grantors, many, many, many donors stepped up to show their support. Hundreds of supporters purchased items from our Amazon critical needs list, donated gallons of hand sanitizer, gave generously of their dollars to support various programs, made masks for our children and staff, and continued to be champions of children struggling with mental and behavioral health challenges. We are so grateful for the outpouring of support from our board members and donors. 2020 was a year many would like to forget, but Alexander Youth Network feels blessed to have been able to continue to provide care to children who are struggling with mental and behavioral health challenges. A year like 2020 allowed us to grow and evolve and we were only able to do so by the coming together of so many friends, volunteers and supporters. It took a village in 2020 and we thank YOU, our village!


2020 GIVING AT-A-GLANCE 2019 Giving (ACF/AYN Combined) As one of the 125 families who received technology assistance, one family from a rural part of eastern North Carolina received a cell phone, mobile internet service, and a laptop. Prior to this, the client and his caregiver, who is an elderly grandparent, relied on an old cell phone that could not hold a charge unless plugged into the wall. It was the only thing linking

Unrestricted

$1,028,941

Restricted

$2,452,910

Endowment

$193,174

TOTAL

$3,675,025

them to the outside world from their isolated home. While others might worry about how they were going to connect virtually to school or how they were going to be able to receive mental health treatment, this young client lived with the consuming fear of not being able to call for medical help if anything happened to his grandparent. The technology provided to this family, first and foremost, gave

Donors Current

344

New

209

TOTAL

553

this young man the assurance to know he could get help if it was needed. Once this overwhelming anxiety was lifted, this young man was able to focus on virtual school and therapy in ways not possible before. As the case worker was pulling away from the house after delivering these items and helping

“This has changed our lives. I really mean it…this has literally changed our lives.”

AVERAGE GIFT AMOUNT Sources of Giving Individuals

$943,754

Corporations/ Organizations

$143,043

Government Grants get everything set up and working, the young man ran out in the front yard to wave down the Alexander staff. With tears in his eyes, he had to let her know one more time what an impact this had made on his family. Repeating “thank you” multiple times, he

$1,779.55

Foundations Trusts United Way

$2,022,788 $341,888 $46,340 $105,212

explained “This has changed our lives. I really mean it…this has literally changed our lives.”

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I M PAC T T O DAY 5,354 children and adolescents received

Often when we face times of crisis or uncertainty, the natural tendency is to focus on preserving the status quo. Understandably so. Alexander’s greatest concern when the full impact of COVID became apparent was to ensure children, adolescents, and their families would continue to receive the mental and behavioral health treatment services they needed, especially considering

comprehensive mental health treatment as well as support for their families.

the circumstances. Because of the combined response of our dedicated staff, our talented volunteers, and our generous donors, Alexander was able to continue providing services without any interruption. While this would be a significant accomplishment on its own, Alexander has continued to look to the future and is taking the necessary steps today to better prepare for even greater impact tomorrow. We are thankful to partner with the community to bring hope in crisis today. And we are optimistic about the hope and healing possible for families tomorrow.

Alexander and its related organizations, The Relatives and Youth Focus, brought hope to 12,201 children and adolescents this past year.

94%

of children in the residential program showed significant improvement in mental well-being

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85%

of children in Alexander’s residential program successfully transitioned to less restrictive housing

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86%

of children and adolescents who received Multi-Systemic Therapy remained in school or work at discharge

92%

of children and adolescents who received Intensive Inhome treatment remained in school or work at discharge


143

543

children and adolescents received

children and adolescents

mental and behavioral health

received mental and

treatment in our residential

behavioral health treatment

treatment programs

through our communitybased services such as Multi-Systemic Therapy and Intensive In-Home

403 children and adolescents received therapeutic academic instruction in our 15 Day Treatment programs

3,590 children and adolescents received outpatient or school-based therapy

279 children and adolescents received services through our Therapeutic Foster Care program



I M PAC T TOMORROW As the mental health treatment landscape evolves in North Carolina, Alexander is looking to the future. We are excited about the steps being taken right now to position our agency to serve vulnerable families across the state with the highest quality treatment options that have proven results in the most cost effective manner.

The Collaborative Health Network Alexander is one of the founding members of The Collaborative Health Network, LLC (CHN), a providerowned, statewide network of North Carolina providers. The CHN was launched in 2020 and includes six providers who came together with the goal of improving the quality of care and consumer experience. CHN members work to improve patient care and decrease healthcare expenses by demonstrating value in the market while focusing on value-based care.

Facility-Based Crisis Services In 2020, Sandhills Center announced the selection of Alexander Youth Network to provide Facility-Based Crisis services at their newly constructed location in Greensboro, North Carolina. As the Local Management Entity-Managed Care Organization (LME-MCO) that manages public mental health services for the citizens of Anson, Guilford, Harnett, Hoke, Lee, Montgomery, Moore, Randolph and Richmond counties, Sandhills was seeking a provider with extensive experience working with children and adolescents with significant behavioral health needs as well as one committed to the needs of the local community. Alexander is excited about partnering with Sandhills to provide treatment for children and adolescents who are experiencing a mental health or substance use crisis and require an immediate placement alternative to hospitalization. Victoria Whitt, Sandhills Center’s Chief Executive Officer shares “Sandhills Center is proud of our expanded partnership with Alexander Youth Network. The addition of FacilityBased Crisis services will greatly enhance the existing crisis response service systems in the community, and will divert children and adolescents from hospitalizations and emergency departments, when appropriate.”

Visual-Based Electronic Health Record In its journey to build a value-based data management system, Alexander Youth Network has undergone a significant data-driven transformation in recent years. Launched in 2020, an enhanced electronic health record offers our staff a visual and person-centered workspace unlike anything else in the industry and better equips our clinicians to provide more effective treatment. Additionally, these technologic enhancements allows the organization to leverage dashboards which provide insight into our clients’ ability to access care, as well as strategically track client specific progress and overall effectiveness of service delivery. This ensures Alexander is providing the highest quality services to our families at the greatest value to those funding the services.

Through a partnership with Sandhills Center, Guilford County, Cone Health and Alexander Youth Network, construction is underway on the 16-Bed Facility Based Crisis Center for children and adolescents which is set to open in May 2021.

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DONORS OF ALEXANDER GARSED LEGACY SOCIETY MEMBERS The Garsed Legacy Society recognizes individuals who have included Alexander Youth Network in their estate plans. Mr. Richard B. Alexander III Mr. Ross A. Alexander Ms. Lemma M. Apple Ms. Isabell Arrowood Ms. Katherine C. Atkins Ms. Nannie M. Auten Ms. Margaret M. Barnhardt Ms. Nell V. Barnhardt

Ms. Emma K. Greene

Mr. William A. Robinson

Mr. Stanley P. Greenspon and Ms. Maureen J. O’Keefe

Mr. Collin C. Rose, Jr.

Mr. Horace L. Guiney Ms. Lucy C. Haddow Ms. Winnefred I. Harding Ms. Kathleen F. Harkey Mr. William P. Hayes Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph A. Heintze II Ms. Sarah S. Helms Mr. Jackson G. Henderson Ms. Mary Henderson Ms. Willis I. Henderson, Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. Sadler H. Barnhardt

Mr. David L. Hood and Ms. Beth Davis

Mr. and Mrs. William M. Barnhardt

Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Hormberg

Mr. and Mrs. Craig Bass

Ms. Mary B. A. Howell

Ms. Catherine V. Baxter

Ms. Francis Hutchinson

Ms. Addie R. Bennett

Mr. and Mrs. R. Bruce Jamieson, Sr.

Mr. Frankie L. Berryhill

Ms. Belle W. Johnston

Ms. Faye W. Blanton

Mr. Michael Kahn

Ms. Sara B. Boyd

Ms. Doris B. Lane

Mrs. Anne Bridgeman

Ms. Ella M. Long

Mr. Fred A. Brumley

Mr. Billy D. Maddalon and Mr. Walter B. Shelley

Mr. Eva H. Burch Mr. Clarence W. Cain, Jr. Mr. James A. Caldwell Mr. William Caldwell Ms. Nella D. Cannon Ms. Virginia S. Carpenter Ms. Nora D. Chappell Ms. Evelyn B. Choate Ms. Lori T. Collins Ms. Rosalie V. Colton Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Cook, Jr. Ms. Katherine B. Couch Mrs. Meredith L. Craig Ms. Peggy R. Crowder Mr. James C. Crowell, Jr. Mr. W. R. Cunningham Mr. H. F. Darsey Ms. Margaret W. Drumheller Mr. Edward T. Garsed Ms. Cecil W. Gilchrist Ms. Marjori W. Green

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Ms. Helen H. Martin Ms. Cornelia S. McAlister Mr. Tim McFall Ms. Beulah Y. McGinn Ms. Margie M. McGowan Ms. Betty P. McKinney Ms. Gladys L. Melton Mr. and Mrs. Thomas T. Moore, Jr. Ms. Virginia E. Moore Mr. Harvey Morris Mr. Jimmie W. Patton Mr. Roy R. Patton Mr. Marvin E. Pence Ms. Edna S. Plyler Ms. Ann J. Reed Mr. William H. Reed III Ms. Carolyn S. Robinson Mr. Clifton R. Robinson Ms. Gladys Robinson Ms. Virginia W. Robinson

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Ms. Ellen L. Ross Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. W. Saussy, Jr. Mr. Harry Schaffer Ms. Eleanor Seegers Ms. Pearl M. D. Smith

MULTI-YEAR GIVING SOCIETY The Alexander Youth Network Multi-Year Giving Society continues to grow. Multi-year donors provide a stable future for the agency by pledging a five-year commitment at a leadership level.

Ms. Hazel M. Solomon Ms. Esther C. Stribling Mr. James W. Suber Mrs. Patricia Sweeney Ms. Ann E. Tate Ms. Elizabeth T. Tate Mr. and Mrs. George A. Terrell Ms. Ottie H. Todd

CIRCLE OF TRUST

$25,000+ per year for 5 years

Mr. and Mrs. William T. Crowder, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas R. Lebda

CIRCLE OF LIFE

Ms. Elizabeth A. Tolbert

$10,000 - $24,999 per year for 5 years

Mr. Harry L. Van Gorder

Mr. Thomas W. Korona

Mr. Ben T. Vernon, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Marty Middendorf

Ms. Rosalie T. Wade

Mr. and Mrs. Bryant H. Owens

Ms. Effie M. Wallace

Ann and Wellford Tabor

Ms. Oda B. Waters

Carolina CAT

Mr. Carleton N. Wilden Mr. Roger A. Dahnert and Ms. Nancy L. Williams Mr. and Mrs. William H. Williamson III Ms. Kate S. Winchester Mr. and Mrs. William Allen Winget Ms. Page C. Witherspoon Ms. Anna B. Wood Ms. Betty B. Wood Mr. Franklin Woodruff, Jr. Ms. Madeline H. Wyman

CIRCLE OF DREAMS

$5,000 - $9,999 per year for 5 years

Mr. and Mrs. Jay Bilas Mr. Robert J. Bowers Mr. and Mrs. Bob Calton Mr. and Mrs. Wesley M. Carter Mr. and Mrs. Gary Chesson Lynn and Elliott Crutchfield Mr. and Mrs. Ellis R. Davis

Mr. Marcus E. Yandle, Sr.

Mr. Stanley P. Greenspon and Ms. Maureen J. O’Keefe

Betty and Glen Robinson Endowment

Mr. Graeme M. Keith, Sr.

Robert H. & Margaret M. Gabriel Charitable Remainder Trust

Mr. and Mrs. James J. Ratchford

Mr. and Mrs. Alan B. Lochridge Mr. and Mrs. Walker C. Simmons Carolina Green Corp.


CIRCLE OF CHAMPIONS

$2,000 - $4,999 per year for 5 years

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas T. Moore, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Steven Norris Mr. and Mrs. Keith Glen Pehl Mr. and Mrs. Scott R. Poole Mr. Charles R. Price Mrs. Kathleen H. Price Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. Schmitt Mr. and Mrs. Thad M. Sharrett Mr. and Mrs. Scott J. R. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Storey Mr. Scott Suddreth Mr. and Mrs. Jeremy T. Swinson Mr. and Mrs. Fidel Toney Mr. and Mrs. Andrew P. Young Bragg Financial Advisors

CIRCLE OF HOPE

$1,000 - $1,999 per year for 5 years

Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Abraham Mr. and Mrs. Gregory R. Abrams Mr. and Mrs. Tom Adelman Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Alala III Mr. and Mrs. Will E. Alston, Jr. Mrs. Martha Ashworth Mrs. Amy Augustine Mr. and Mrs. John Baron Mr. and Mrs. Bradford P. Barry Mr. and Mrs. Henry Batten Mr. Ryan Beauchamp Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Benton Mr. and Mrs. Todd Bleakney Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Bosek Mr. Daniel C. Boxer Ms. Brittany Brown Mr. and Mrs. Larry Brown Dr. and Mrs. Rhett Brown Mr. and Mrs. Ronald E. Bryson Dr. William P. Burgess and Mrs. Joan W. Martin

Ms. Kelly Cipriani

Ms. Susan Jamison

Ms. Marcey Selle

Mr. and Mrs. Braxton B. Comer

Ms. Christine P. Katziff

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Showalter, Jr.

Ms. Ashley V. Conrad

Mr. and Mrs. Christian Kenefick

Mr. and Mrs. Shawn Copeland

Mrs. Sarah Kocmond

Mr. and Mrs. Stephenson P. Shuford

Ms. Jennifer Cory

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher T. Latta

Mr. Brian Crowder

Mr. and Mrs. Albert P. Lindemann III

Mr. and Mrs. Otis A. Crowder

Mr. John B. Lipe

Mr. and Mrs. Ryan A. Culpepper

Mr. and Mrs. Clay Littlefield

Mr. Cameron M. Dayne and Dr. Brittney Dayne

Mr. and Mrs. John K. Lynch

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. DeBoer Mr. and Mrs. Parshant Dhiman Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Dickens Mr. and Mrs. David H. DuBose Mr. and Mrs. Campbell R. Dyer

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mansson Ms. Darden Matthews Rev. and Mrs. Luke H. Maybry Mr. and Mrs. Daniel McCready Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Mermans

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Edwards

Mr. Douglas W. Miller

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Fertitta, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Brendan Molan

Ms. Elizabeth B. Fitzpatrick

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Molan

Rev. and Mrs. Joseph B. Flippin, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Moby Moore

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Frail

Mr. and Mrs. David H. Nance

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Frederick

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Niemann

Mr. and Mrs. John Garvin

Ms. Heather O’Brien

Mr. Reginald Grant

Mr. and Mrs. Edward P. O’Keefe

Ms. Jennifer L. Greene

Mr. and Mrs. Brian O’Leary

Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Greer

Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan H. Olin

Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Greer

Mr. and Mrs. Trey Pearce

Mr. John Gregory

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Pink

Mr. and Mrs. Greg Gruber

Dr. Glen Portwood and Dr. Sharon G. Portwood

Mr. Rockell N. Hankin Ms. Angie Harmon Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Spanheimer Mr. and Mrs. Gary Hecimovich Mr. Andre Hester Mr. Gregory P. Hill Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Hinshaw, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hobson Mr. Jacob A. Horstman Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hullinger Mr. and Mrs. Gregory S. Humble

Mr. Steve Cherok

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Hunter IV

Ms. Ann Church

Mr. and Mrs. William Hyder Mr. and Mrs. R. Bruce Jamieson, Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Snipes Dr. and Mrs. Gary M. Starr

Mr. Brandon H. Miller and Ms. Kelsey Webb

Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Halkyard

Mr. Christopher Small Mr. and Mrs. Matt Snow

Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. East III

Mr. and Ms. Manuel Guerra

Mr. and Mrs. George W. Sistrunk III

Mr. Palmer Steel Mr. and Mrs. Scott Stevens Mr. Theodore C. Swimmer Mr. Christopher Tassy Mr. and Mrs. James C. Tennille Mr. John C. Tomsyck and Dr. Rebecca R. Tomsyck Mr. and Mrs. Nickolaos K. Tzefos Mr. and Mrs. Frank Van Buren Mr. and Mrs. Brian Walger Mr. and Ms. Edward L. West Barnhardt Manufacturing Co. Capitala Investment Advisors, LLC McShane Partners Wealth & Investement Advisory Showalter Construction Company Trotter Company

Mr. and Ms. Jason A. Powers Mr. and Mrs. Chad Price Mr. Mike Ranson Dr. and Mrs. Brad H. Reddick Mr. and Mrs. Garry S. Rice Mr. Kevin M. Rich Mr. Mark Rigsbee Mr. and Ms. Keith Robelen Mr. and Mrs. Steven D. Ryan Mr. and Mrs. Brian Sacco Blaine and Ann Sanders Mr. and Mrs. Philip C. Scheurer Mr. and Mrs. Jason Schmidly Mr. and Mrs. Jason Schugel Mr. Larry Schwartz

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ANNUAL GIVING INDIVIDUALS

Mr. and Mrs. James J. Ratchford

Mr. and Mrs. Todd Bleakney

Ms. Kelly A. Koeninger

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Ryan

Mr. and Mrs. Mitchel S. Bollag

Mr. David R. Krug

Mr. and Mrs. Walker C. Simmons

Mr. Daniel C. Boxer

Mr. Jonathan Labash

Mr. Scott Suddreth

Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Brinley

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher T. Latta

Mr. and Mrs. Chris Tilley

Ms. Brittany Brown

Mrs. Sandra Lazorcheck

Mr. and Mrs. William Allen Winget

Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Brown

Mr. John B. Lipe

Mr. and Mrs. Doug M. Brown

Mrs. Mary Lee Maag

HEALING CIRCLE

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Brydon

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mansson

$2,500 - $4,999

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald E. Bryson

ALEXANDER SOCIETY

Mr. and Mrs. Will Barr

Mr. and Mrs. J. Douglas Buchanan

Dr. William P. Burgess and Mrs. Joan W. Martin

$25,000 +

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Batten

Ms. Carla Carlisle

Mr. and Mrs. Larry Brown

Mr. and Mrs. Eduardo A. Brea

Mr. Steve Cherok

Mr. and Mrs. William T. Crowder, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Chris Choka

Eddie and Frances Clark

Estate of Edward T. Garsed

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Danon

Mr. and Mrs. Braxton B. Comer

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas R. Lebda

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Dawson

Ms. Jennifer Cory

Mr. Patrick J. O’Leary

Alex and Christa Dickey

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen K. Coss

Estate of Marcus E. Yandle, Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Donlon

Mr. W. Kirk Crawford

Mr. Brian Ellis

Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Deaton

1888 SOCIETY

Mr. and Mrs. Todd Golbus

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. DeBoer

$10,000 - $24,999

Ms. Shannon I. Grant

Ms. Nancy W. Downing

Mr. and Mrs. William B. Allen

Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Greer

Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. East III

Ms. Andrea Chen

Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph A. Heintze II

Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W. Eubank II

Lynn and Elliott Crutchfield

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hullinger

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas M. Faris

Mr. Stanley P. Greenspon and Ms. Maureen J. O’Keefe

Mr. and Mrs. John K. Lynch

Ms. Christine Feracco

Dr. Glen Portwood and Dr. Sharon G. Portwood

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Monroe

Ms. Elizabeth B. Fitzpatrick

Mr. and Mrs. Jason A. Powers

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas T. Moore, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Weston R. Garrett

Mr. Charles R. Price

Mrs. Barb Phillips

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Giardi

Mr. Mike Ranson

Mr. and Mrs. Scott R. Poole

Mr. Reginald Grant

Dr. and Mrs. Brad H. Reddick

Mr. and Mrs. Chad Price

Mr. Martin E. Birnbaum and Ms. Roslyn G. Greenspon

Mr. and Mrs. Garry S. Rice

Our donors make a difference in the lives of children served by Alexander Youth Network across North Carolina. We are thankful for their generosity and recognize them for their gifts made from October 1, 2019 to September 30, 2020.

Mr. Thomas W. Korona Mr. and Mrs. Marty Middendorf Mr. and Mrs. Bryant H. Owens Mr. and Mrs. Trey Pearce Ann and Wellford Tabor

Mr. and Mrs. Jason Schmidly Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. Schmitt

LEADERSHIP CIRCLE

$5,000 - $9,999

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Adams General James F. Amos, USMC (Retired) Mr. and Mrs. Craig Bass Mr. and Mrs. Rick Beckman Mr. and Mrs. Jay Bilas Mr. Bradford H. Boland Mr. Robert J. Bowers Mr. and Mrs. Bob Calton Mr. and Mrs. Gary Chesson Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fuller III Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Grace Mr. and Mrs. Brad Heitman Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Hunter IV Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey M. Kane Mr. Graeme M. Keith, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Albert P. Lindemann III Mr. and Mrs. Alan B. Lochridge

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Mr. and Mrs. Thad M. Sharrett Mr. and Mrs. James H. Sifford, Sr. Mr. Palmer Steel Mr. John C. Tomsyck and Dr. Rebecca R. Tomsyck

Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Greer Mr. John Gregory Mr. and Mrs. Robert Griffiths Mr. and Mrs. William C. Grubb Mr. and Mrs. Greg Gruber Mr. and Ms. Manuel Guerra

Mr. and Mrs. Fidel Toney

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas A. Hamilton

Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Watson

Mr. Rockell N. Hankin Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey A. Hansen

Ms. Darden Matthews Mr. Brandon H. Miller and Ms. Kelsey Webb Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Miralia Mr. and Mrs. Brendan Molan Mr. and Mrs. Moby Moore Mr. and Mrs. David H. Nance Mr. and Mrs. Brian O’Leary Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan H. Olin Ms. Elizabeth G. O’Neill Mr. and Mrs. George Pappas Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Pink Mr. and Mrs. Walker L. Poole

Mr. Kevin M. Rich Mr. and Mrs. Timothy F. Robertson Mr. and Mrs. Charles Robson Mr. and Mrs. D. Edwin Rose Mr. and Mrs. Steven D. Ryan Mr. and Mrs. Brian Sacco Blaine and Ann Sanders Mr. and Mrs. Philip C. Scheurer Mr. Curt Shaw

CARING CIRCLE

Ms. Angie Harmon

Mr. and Mrs. Stephenson P. Shuford

$1,000 - $2,499

Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Harris III

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Sinsheimer

Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Abraham

Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Spanheimer

Mr. Christopher Small

Mr. and Mrs. Gregory R. Abrams

Mr. Andre Hester

Mr. and Mrs. Scott J. R. Smith

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald V. Almond

Mr. Gregory P. Hill

Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Snipes

Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Bange III

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher T. Huff

Mr. and Mrs. Matt Snow

Mr. and Mrs. William M. Barnhardt

Mr. and Mrs. William Hyder

Dr. and Mrs. Gary M. Starr

Mr. and Mrs. John Baron

Ms. Susan Jamison

Mr. and Mrs. John C. Stenerson

Mr. and Mrs. Bradford P. Barry

Estate of Belle W. Johnston

Mr. Jim Stenson

Mr. Ryan Beauchamp

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Keenan

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Stovall

Ms. Mary L. Birch

Mr. and Mrs. Christian Kenefick

Mr. and Mrs. John Templeton

Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Blair

Mrs. Sarah Kocmond

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Thalinger

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Mr. and Mrs. Nickolaos K. Tzefos

Mr. and Mrs. John J. Reilly

Mr. and Mrs. H. Wilson Glasgow, Jr.

Ms. Anna Bitner

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Van Buren

Ms. Debbie Reynolds

Ms. Tammy Golder

Mr. Shem K. Blackley, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Brian Walger

Ms. Sylvia Ruff

Mr. Ken Golder

Mr. James A. Blanchard III

Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Walls

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Ryan

Mr. Manuel M. Gomez

Mr. and Ms. Edward L. West

Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. W. Saussy, Jr.

Ms. Jerredith Green

Mrs. J. K. Blanchard and Mr. Gregory S. Ross

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Williams III

Mr. and Mrs. Jason Schugel

Mr. Jeff Haas

Mr. and Mrs. William H. Williamson III

Ms. Wendi Schweiger

Mr. Charles L. Hite, Jr.

Mr. Daniel Willis

Mr. Christopher Serven

Mr. and Mrs. Roger Hough

Mr. and Mrs. David J. Zimmerman

Mr. and Mrs. Marc H. Silverman

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hutchison

Mr. and Mrs. Michael B. Smith

Mr. and Mrs. R. Andrew Kromer, Jr.

$500 - $999

Mr. Jason J. Solomon

Mr. and Mrs. Peter W. Lash, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Jordan J. Abshire

Mr. and Mrs. Jeremy T. Swinson

Mrs. Julie Lavitt

Ms. Shelli C. Alexander

Mr. and Ms. Thomas Temple

Mrs. Tara G. Lebda

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert E. Althouse, Jr.

Mr. David F. Tracy

Ms. JoAnn Lett

Mr. and Mrs. Philip R. Bailey

Mr. Marc Tunick

Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. Mark

Ms. Jill Balick

Mr. John Viccellio

Ms. Melissa McDonald

Mr. Joseph Beach

Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Wall

Mr. Jonathan McLester

Mr. Alfred Bell

Mrs. Vicki Wilson-McElreath

Mr. and Mrs. David M. Mihalick

Ms. Sonia Cleven

Ms. Katherine C. Wolfe

Mr. and Mrs. C D. Miller

Mr. Drew Coholan

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew P. Young

Mr. Douglas W. Miller

Ms. Kaila Cole

Ms. Eileen F. Blanchette Ms. Margaret L. Blanks Mr. Barry L. Bobrow and Ms. Karen Knoble Mr. and Mrs. Scott Bodien Ms. Brittney Bray Mr. Conor Brennan Mr. Charles Brickner Ms. Marjorie Bridges Ms. Stephanie Broadnax Mr. and Mrs. Paul Brooks Ms. Leitha Brown Ms. Shalia C. Brown Ms. Kim M. Brown Mr. and Mrs. James M. Brown, Jr. Ms. Shanta Brown

Ms. Michele Mistretta

Ms. Jennifer B. Brown

Mr. and Mrs. Ceasar Cone III

$250 - $499

Mr. Charles Montgomery

Ms. Ashley V. Conrad

Mr. and Mrs. John C. Addison

Mr. Richard Morrow

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Dorsey

Mr. John W. Alexander

Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Nauck

Mr. and Mrs. Gray Dyer

Dr. and Mrs. John Allbert

Mr. and Mrs. Glen E. Pehl

Mr. Lex Erwin

Mr. Gladimir Ambroise

Dr. and Mrs. Adam Perrow

Dr. Erika Gantt

Ms. Penny Andrews

Mr. and Mrs. David R. Ravin

Mr. Aaron Gillespie

Mrs. Yedi Berryman

Ms. Danielle Squires

Dr. Herb Greenman

Ms. Jaime Boast

Mr. and Mrs. Edward S. Thomas, Sr.

Estate of Kathleen F. Harkey

Mr. and Mrs. Todd Buelow

Mr. and Mrs. John S. Trotter

Ms. Kelly Haseley

Mr. Brent Bundon

Mr. and Mrs. David R. Tuck

Mr. and Mrs. Ross Hobson

Mr. and Mrs. William Burton

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Tyler

Mr. and Mrs. Gregory S. Humble

Ms. Peggy Calame

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Walker

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy S. Jones

Mr. and Mrs. Tod R. Caldwell III

Mr. and Mrs. Jon Williams

Mr. and Mrs. James D. Lackey

Ms. Sandra Carlson

Ms. Melissa G. Willis

Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Leonard, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Scott L. Carlton

Mrs. Jennifer Lewis

Mr. Paul Carpenter

$1 - $249

Mr. and Mrs. Luther A. Lockwood

Mr. and Mrs. David B. Carson

Mr. Larry F. Abernathy

Mr. Hugh M. Lynch, Jr.

Mr. John Causey

Ms. Margaret Alden

Ms. Julie Maloney

Mrs. Jane W. Clapp

Ms. Beth Altmix

Ms. Olivia J. Matthews

Mr. and Mrs. Derek Copeland

Mr. Dick Ammen

Mr. and Mrs. Sean McDonnell

Mr. and Mrs. John F. Cullon

Mrs. Martha Ashworth

Jim and Kelly McPhilliamy

Ms. JoAnn Davis

Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Ault

Mr. and Ms. Paul Menconi

Miss Carrie Day

Ms. Pamela Baker

Mr. and Mrs. Edward K. Moyers

Mrs. Deborah DeWitt-Green

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen S. Ball

Mr. and Mrs. Blake O’Connor

Mr. and Mrs. William C. Dolan

Mr. Tory Barbisan

Mr. and Mrs. Andy Osherow

Ms. Meredith Dunne

Ms. Jade Barner

Mr. Alexander Papson

Mr. and Mrs. Melton Ellerby

Mr. Jeff Beaty

Mr. and Mrs. Craig Parkin

Mr. and Mrs. Eric B. Farmer

Ms. Kalani Beaty

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Parks

Mr. Thomas M. FitzGerald

Mr. and Mrs. Jason R. Benton

Mr. and Mrs. David D. Perrine

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Gakenheimer

Ms. Tarra Bethea

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth S. Bryan Ms. Michele Bryant Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bryant Mr. Chris Buckley Mr. Rob Burbank Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Burchette Estate of Patricia A. Caddell Mr. Pete Calame Ms. Maria Calame Mr. Daniel Capek Ms. Caroline K. Capps Ms. Rebecca Chaffin Mr. and Mrs. John M. Childress II Mr. and Mrs. William Clark Ms. Lindsey Clark Mr. Murphy Clark Mr. Dumont Clarke Ms. Kaitlyn Cofty Mr. and Mrs. Joel S. Cohn Mr. Wes Colerider Ms. Sharin Collins Mr. Michael Connolly Ms. Nici Conroy Ms. Ellyn Cooley Mrs. Latonya F. Cooley Ms. Mona Cooper Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth P. Craig Ms. Susie Culp Mrs. Genevieve Cummings

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Mr. and Mrs. Frank Czaniecki

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L. Harriss

Mr. Kevin Levine

Mr. and Mrs. Lucas Przymusinski

Ms. Sonia Dalton

Ms. Kathryn Hart

Mr. and Mrs. Adam S. Levy

Ms. Joan Rasmussen

Ms. Betty Daniel

Mr. William J. Haughey

Mrs. Renae Lindstrom

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald J. Ratchford

Mr. Charlie Daniel

Mr. Jordan Hay

Ms. MaryBeth LippSmith

Mr. and Mrs. James A. Rivera

Ms. Faye Daniel

Mr. and Mrs. David Head

Ms. Ellice J. Liss

Mr. and Mrs. George W. Rohe

Ms. Keyanta Dargan

Mr. Charles Held, Jr.

Ms. Nancy Lochridge

Ms. Robyn Roof

Mr. and Mrs. James C. Davidson, Jr.

Mr. John Helms

Mr. John J. Locke

Ms. Teresa C. Rose

Mr. and Mrs. Ward Davis

Ms. Tammie Hicks

Ms. M. Logsdon

Ms. Maureen Roudabush

Mrs. Maria E. DeMayo

Mr. Kevin Higgins

Mr. and Mrs. Damaso Lopez

Mr. and Mrs. Clyde L. Sawyer

Mr. Brian Dennis

Mr. David L. Hood and Ms. Beth Davis

Ms. Joanne Mackey

Ms. Patricia A. Schafran

Mr. Chris Mackey

Mrs. Laurie Schmidt

Mr. Dan Mackey

Mr. Wayne Schmidt

Mr. Tim Mackey

Mr. and Mrs. David E. Schmieding

Mr. Richard Magrath

Ms. Elizabeth Schneider

Mr. Edward Mahrlig

Ms. Marie Scholz

Ms. Dana Maki

Mrs. KarenLee Seifert

Ms. Kandis Malone

Ms. Stacey Selkin

Ms. Geraldine Mando

Ms. Marcey Selle

Mr. and Ms. Gary Maniloff

Mr. Graham Shannonhouse

Ms. Maria Mariani

Mr. and Mrs. Barry Shay

Ms. Kathrine Mason

Dr. William R. Shipley

Mr. David Mathews, Jr.

Mr. Patrick L. Sims

Ms. Sarah McCauley

Ms. Brit Skeele

Mr. Franklin McClelland

Stacey and Ira Slomka

Mrs. Donna McGee

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas M. Smith

Ms. Kim K. McMillon

Mr. and Ms. Marc L. Smith

Ms. Anna Meadows

Mr. David Solar

Mr. and Mrs. Rick Melando

Ms. Allison Sprock

Mr. and Mrs. Mark W. Merritt

Ms. Alyssa Sprowl

Mr. Jeff Milcarek

Ms. Rosalind Stanford-McCarty

Ms. Becky Miller

Ms. Teresa Starr

Mr. Matt Minoff

Ms. Donna L. Steed

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Moniz

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Stevens

Mr. Richard D. Moody

Ms. Ashley Stewart

Mr. and Mrs. John A. Morrice

Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Stokes

Ms. Courtney Moser

Ms. Kim Stringer

Ms. Ashley Moss

Mr. John A. Summerford

Mr. and Mrs. Dustin Mountcastle

Ms. Caroline Swinson

Ms. Tola Mueller

Mr. Stan Swinson

Ms. Margie Peavy Mullis

Ms. Toccoa Switzer

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Nalibotsky

Mrs. Allison J. Tack

Ms. Stephanie Newman

Mr. Steven Taylor

Ms. Vickie O’Keefe

Mr. and Mrs. Dave R. Taylor

Dr. and Mrs. Charles Owens

Mrs. April Tegeler

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Palermo

Mr. and Mrs. John G. Thomas

Dr. and Mrs. Paul C. Perlik

Ms. Martha C. Thorne

Ms. Sandra Y. Pizarro

Mr. Vint Tilson

Mr. and Ms. William H. Platts, Jr.

Mr. Miguel Toney

Mrs. Jennifer Plummer

Mr. Charles Trexler III

Mr. Robert B. Pope

Ms. Melissa Vance

Ms. Jenee Priest

Ms. Christine Vanderbur

Ms. Lisa DeVerna Mrs. Hannah Dickerson Mr. Paul Donovan Mr. Dale Dorsey Ms. Dorothy B. Dudley Ms. Christie Dugle Mr. Jason Dummert Mr. Brett A. Dupree Ms. Virginia Edahl Ms. Barbara Edelman Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Edwards Ms. Bess Ehmcke Ms. Sherry Ellis Ms. Lauren Faleski Ms. and Mr. Sharon L. Fargian Ms. Whitney Feld Ms. Julissa Fernandez Mr. Scott Fligel Ms. Lakeesha Ford-Strange Ms. Lisa Forster Mr. and Mrs. Eric Foster Dr. and Mrs. David J. Framm, M.D. Mr. Collin Franceschi Mr. Derek Fricke Mr. Steven Friedman Mrs. Emilia Fudge Mr. and Mrs. Craig Fulton Mr. Ram Gandhimathinathan Ms. Darcy Garfinkel Mr. and Mrs. Matthew B. Gatrell Ms. Sheri Geraghty Mrs. Mary M. Gillespie Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Goodwin Ms. Emily Gordon Mr. and Mrs. Ike Grainger Ms. Julia Greer Ms. Leeann Gregson Mr. and Mrs. Chester S. Gurski Mr. Joseph F. Hallow III Ms. Jonae Hanna Mrs. Maureen Hansen

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Mr. and Mrs. Clifford C. Horn Mr. Thomas Hughes Mr. Jonathan Hukill Mrs. Mary Alice Ipock Mr. Paul Jachim Mr. and Mrs. Billy Jackson II Mr. Anthony Jenkins Mr. Andrew Jenkins Ms. Danita Johnson Mr. Jim Johnson Mr. Kevin Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Darwin R. Johnson Ms. Sally Jordan Mrs. Jennifer Judd Mr. Seth E. Katz and Dr. Crystal Katz Ms. Judith Keck Ms. Beverly Keller Ms. Veronia Kelly Ms. Malinda Kerns Mrs. Lisa Keys-Blair Ms. Colleen A. Kidd Ms. Nora King Ms. Jeanine Kingeter Ms. Lauren Kingsley Ms. Kirky Kirsten Ms. Sara Kiser Mr. Jeffrey Kneisl Ms. Deborah Knight Mrs. Carol Korona Ms. Debra Krause Ms. Caroline Lamm Mr. and Mrs. Angus M. Lander Ms. Sibyl Langley Mrs. Carole S. Lash Ms. Sharon Lathan Mr. Jeffrey Layman Ms. Stephanie Lee Mr. and Mrs. Larry Lee Mr. George A. Leventis

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ANNUAL GIVING ORGANIZATIONS

HHC Investments Charitable Remainder Trust

Hood Hargett & Associates, Inc.

Mr. Tom Wetsel

In 2020, generous charitable contributions from the following institutions made a difference in the lives of children and their families served by Alexander.

Mrs. Mary Lauren Wiggs

Action Plus

Ms. Katherine Williams

Allegacy Benefit Solutions LLC

Mr. Roger A. Dahnert and Ms. Nancy L. Williams

Allscipts

Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Willis

Alston & Bird, LLP

Ms. Chelsea Walizer Ms. Anne Washington Ms. Laylah Weaver Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Weinstein Mr. and Mrs. Martin D. Welton

Ms. Faith Wilson Mr. and Mrs. David W. Winslow

Ally Financial Inc. AmazonSmile Foundation

Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Foundation of Charlotte, NC JLL

Kids R Kids Lake Norman Laxer, Long & Savage DDS, PLLC. Liberty Mutual Foundation Lions Club - Charlotte Southern

Ball Corporation

Mr. and Mrs. Kim Worrel

Bank of America

Minor Foundation, Inc.

Mr. Jim Wortley

Bank of America Foundation Matching Gifts Program

Optima Engineering, PA Paw Creek Presbyterian Church

Barings

Philadelphia Presbyterian Church

Barnhardt Manufacturing Co.

Pleasant Grove Presbyterian Church

Beacon Partners Berkeley Capital Advisors Betty and Glen Robinson Endowment BlackArch Partners LP Bragg Financial Advisors Cadwalader, Wickershanm & Taft Capitala Investment Advisors, LLC Captrust Advisors/Mike and Betsy Blair

Mallard Creek Presbyterian Church Matthews Specialty Vehicles

Crossroads Consulting, LLC Crowder Construction Company DeBerryTree Marketing

Selwyn Avenue Presbyterian Church Sharon Presbyterian Church

Sonic Automotive Speedway Children’s Charities St. Gabriel Catholic Church Synchrony Financial Tartan Builders Group, LLC The Dickson Foundation The Leon Levine Foundation

Duke Energy Foundation Matching Gifts Program

The Merancas Foundation The Trexler Foundation

Eleanor & James Barnhardt Foundation

TIAA Financial Services

Element Chiropractic

TIAA-CREF Community Relations/ Employee Giving

Extended Stay America, Inc.

TowneBank

F3 Nation

United Healthcare

FM Global Foundation

United Way of Central Carolinas, Inc.

Global Endowment Management, LP

United Way of Central Carolinas, Inc/FFTC Covid Relief Fund

Helen June Studio, LLC

Youth Opportunities Endowment

Scout & Molly’s Boutique - South Park

Duke Energy Corporation PAC

Harris Teeter Together in Education

Winton Products Company, Inc.

Rodgers Builders, Inc.

Sisters of Mercy of North Carolina Foundation, Inc.

Christ Presbyterian Church

Wilson Family Foundation

Ranger Construction

Carolina CAT

Christ Church Charlotte

Williams Foundation

Quicken Loans - Jonathan Smart’s Team

Sharon Presbyterian Church Women

Carolina Green Corp.

William Blair

Proudtree Empowered Learning Inc.

CAPTRUST Community Foundation Carolina Complete Health

Vanguard Charitable

Wells Fargo Community Support Campaign

King & Spalding LLP

Mr. and Ms. Erik Woerner

Barnhill Family Foundation

US Bank Foundation

Wells Fargo Advisors - Ratchford Wealth Management Group

Kian Capital

Mr. Stephen A. Wise

Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Younis

United Way of Metropolitan Nashville

Vanguard Matching Gift Program

Kendra Scott Design, Inc.

American International GroupMatching Grants Program

Mr. and Mrs. James L. Young

United Way of Gaston County

United Way of Forsyth County

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FINANCIALS

Fiscal Year 2019-2020 Consolidated Financial Results for Alexander Youth Network and Related Organizations Revenue, Gains, Losses & Other Support Service Revenue (Medicaid, Insurance, etc) Government Grants Private Contributions Investment Income (Loss) Change in Value of Beneficial Interest in Perpetual Trusts Other Income Total Revenue

$24,203,242 $3,998,887 $3,976,542 $1,037,688 $508,234 $246,067 $33,970,660

Expenses Program Expenses General and Administrative Advancement Total Expenses

$28,304,299 $2,914,873 $1,374,061 $32,593,233

Net Revenue

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