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2010 ANNUAL REPORT


Mission To enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.


Officers’ Letter Great Futures Start Here In 2010, the Boys & Girls Club Movement continued to strategically focus on helping youth achieve academic success, good character and citizenship, and healthy lifestyles. This nationwide effort to help youth reach these critical outcomes was underscored by an exciting new tagline for Boys & Girls Clubs: Great Futures Start Here. Inherent in this inspiring message is our belief that every child – no matter how challenging their life circumstances – deserves the chance to be great. When young people enter the doors of a Club, they start down a path toward their own great futures. Great Futures Start Here is not just a new tagline, however. It encompasses a bold vision for our Clubs, communities and the nation.

A safe place to spend time during non-school hours and the summer as an alternative to the streets or being home alone

For our kids to have great futures, they must do well in school. So we must assure academic success for all of our children by making sure they graduate from high school, with a solid plan for their future. For America’s boys and girls to have great futures, they must live healthy lifestyles. So we will encourage our Club kids to take responsibility for their own well-being. And, for our nation’s youth to have great futures, they must demonstrate good character and practice good citizenship. So we will create a Club Experience that helps to build young men and women of good character and citizenship. We know that building the capability of our children, in turn, builds the capability of this great country. That’s why, as always, we are grateful to our supporters for entrusting us with the resources to pursue our mission of enabling all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens. Thank you again for your generous support. Together we are creating great futures for America’s youth.

Emil J. Brolick Roxanne Spillett Chairman President & CEO

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The Boys & Girls Club Movementwide Profile* 3,954 Chartered Club facilities, including: v 1,265 in Schools v 356 BGCA-affiliated Youth Centers on Military Installations v 316 in Public Housing v 198 on Native American Lands

4.1 Million Youth Served through Club Membership and Community Outreach v 55% Male v 45% Female

Ages v 6%

5 and under

v 43% 6-10 v 19% 11-12 v 20% 13-15 v 12% 16 and older

Ethnicity v 36% Caucasian v 28% African-American v 23% Hispanic/Latino v 7% Multi-racial v 3% Asian v 3% Native American

Adult Staff and Volunteers v 50,000

Trained Adult Professional Staff

v 199,000 Program Volunteers v 27,000

Board Members

* compiled from annual report data received from member organizations


The Boys & Girls Club Movement • The Boys & Girls Club Movement encompasses more than 1,100 independent organizations and the national organization, Boys & Girls Clubs of America. • Local organizations serve young people and communities through nearly 4,000 Club locations, with 50,000 trained adult professional staff, 199,000 program volunteers and 27,000 board volunteers. • While Boys & Girls Clubs of America serves its local organizations, it does not manage the operations of individual Clubs, which are governed locally.

Generationchanging programs that support a commitment to learning, positive values, healthy habits and high expectations for success as an adult.

• In 2010, Boys & Girls Club youth development programs and services touched the lives of 4.1 million children and teens. • Of these 4.1 million young people, approximately half were served through Club memberships that provide daily programs, services and ongoing contact with trained youth development professionals; and half through community outreach programs, activities and special events offered to non-members in Club neighborhoods.

Unique Characteristics of Boys & Girls Clubs Clubs are located in many different settings: in small towns and big cities, on Native American and Native Alaskan lands, in public housing, in public and private schools, and on U.S. military installations around the world. Clubs vary in the type and range of youth development programs and services they provide, with offerings determined by local need and available resources. Clubs are community-based, building-centered and led by professional staff. They offer programs that meet the unique interests and needs of young people ages 6-18.

Boys & Girls Clubs provide young people with:

• A safe place to spend time during non-school hours and the summer as an alternative to the streets or being home alone. • A chance to play, have fun, laugh and learn. • Opportunities to build new skills that raise each child’s belief that he or she can succeed and receive recognition for personal accomplishments. • Ongoing relationships with caring adults and connections to new friends in a positive environment, reinforcing a sense of belonging, personal accountability, civility and civic responsibility. • Generation-changing programs that support a commitment to learning, positive values, healthy habits and high expectations for success as an adult.

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A Proud Partnership BGCA’s longtime partnership with the U.S. Department of Defense involves 356 BGCAaffiliated Youth Centers on U.S. military installations – including 107 overseas – serving some 460,000 youth from military families. An additional 3,300 military youth are served in neighborhood Clubs through the MISSION: Youth Outreach partnership between BGCA and all branches of the armed forces. This partnership provides memberships to nearby Clubs for military youth who do not live on an installation at no cost to families.


Serving the Community

• Through partnerships with other community organizations, many Clubs offer programs and services for citizens of all ages – from preschoolers to parents, from working adults to retirees – including computer literacy, GED, career preparation and job placement. • A growing number of Clubs implement family support programs, such as parenting skills workshops, healthy cooking classes and college application tutorials, to reach out to and engage parents.

Ongoing relationships with caring adults and connections to new friends in a positive environment, reinforcing a sense of belonging, personal accountability, civility and civic responsibility.

• Many Clubs open their doors and invite other groups in the community to use their facilities. • Clubs are often a gathering place for community meetings, celebrations, special events, family activities and community fun.

Measuring Success Clubs have a long history of making a significant impact on young lives and communities; demonstrating that impact is crucial to obtaining sustainable support. Support from the Edna McConnell Clark Foundation for BGCA’s National Outcomes Initiative enabled Clubs to begin measuring and demonstrating their impact on youth. In 2010, this resulted in more than 1,000 Club professionals being trained to measure and communicate how they help youth achieve success.

Proof of Impact BGCA’s family strengthening initiative, Family PLUS, is making a significant, positive difference for America’s families. A 2010 Family PLUS evaluation conducted by Sociometrics Corp. found that the initiative increases the quantity and quality of time families spend together as well as improving staff skills regarding family engagement. Club Tech, BGCA’s digital literacy program, helps increase technology skills of Club youth. In 2010, the Learning Technologies in After School Settings: Impact of Technology and Access in Boys & Girls Clubs study by Rockman et. al., Inc. found that Club Tech participants gained confidence using technology as well as increased knowledge of software and hardware.

How the National Organization Serves Local Clubs In 1906, 53 local Clubs banded together to establish a national organization. Since then, the national organization, Boys & Girls Clubs of America, and local Clubs have worked closely together to help America’s youth reach their full potential.

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Through its headquarters in Atlanta, five regional service centers and the government relations office in Washington, D.C., BGCA provides assistance and support to Clubs in youth program development, board and staff development, organizational planning, resource development, marketing and communications, and administration and management. Key functions include: • developing and testing new programs for youth; • assisting Clubs with quality program planning and evaluation; • helping community leaders establish new Clubs and expand existing ones; • providing training experiences, management consultations and resource materials for staff development, volunteer recruitment, marketing, fundraising, compensation and benefits administration, as well as guidance on facility design, renovation and construction, facility management and child safety;

Opportunities to build new skills that raise each child’s belief that he or she

• promoting greater public and media awareness about the Movement’s mission and impact; and • addressing legislative and public policy issues affecting young people and the voluntary sector.

Creating Value Boys & Girls Clubs of America is dedicated to helping Clubs fulfill their mission, and therefore creates value for Clubs to further their success.

can succeed and receive recognition for personal ccomplishments.

Consider the following benefits for local Boys & Girls Clubs in 2010: • $23 million in private sector pass-through funds • $41 million in federal pass-through funds • $97 million through state funding initiatives In total, Clubs received $161 million in funding due to BGCA efforts. Compared to the $6.6 million received in dues, this equals a 24-to-1 return on investment for our local Clubs.

In 2010 BGCA also created value for Clubs through: • $13 million in equipment, software and services, and the upgrading of technology centers • $15 million in planned gift expectancies • $55 million in pro bono media value The cumulative total of pass-through funding plus the above benefits translates into $244 million of value, a better than 37-to-1 return on investment for our local Clubs.

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Supporting Key Youth Outcomes For young people to achieve great futures, they must do well in school, serve their community, and take responsibility for their well-being. Toward that end, BGCA provides national programs in three key outcome areas: Academic Success, Good Character and Citizenship, and Healthy Lifestyles. This section focuses on programs in these impact areas and the generous sponsors who made them possible in 2010. Thanks to the generosity of the Walmart Foundation, 100 Clubs received funds to create the Bright Spots for Reading initiative, which encourages leisure reading among 11- to 15-year-olds. This initiative was also promoted on the myclubmylife.com website, a virtual Club for teens. Walmart Foundation also sponsored the Healthy Summers Initiative, which provided some 400 Clubs with grants to serve healthy meals and snacks to youth. Additional support enabled 25 Clubs to form relationships with the USDA’s food program to ensure year-round nutritious meals.

The generosity of jcpenney provided Club membership grants totaling $1.23 million for more than 4,100 young people in 2010. In addition, the company’s quarterly Round Up campaigns raised more than $3 million for 475 Clubs through local stores. The jcpenney “Dress for Success” initiative also provided $250 gift cards to Youth of the Year winners at state and regional competitions.

Since 1997, Keystoning, BGCA’s character and leadership program for teens, has been sponsored by Taco Bell Foundation for Teens. In 2010, Keystoning engaged approximately 30,000 teens through meaningful community service, and educational and career preparation experiences to facilitate high school graduation and positive youth development.

A two-year grant from Google through the Tides Foundation provided funds for Clubs to help youth do well in school and prepare for a successful career. This support also helped develop a system to capture youth outcome data and begin documenting impact.


Triple Play, sponsored by founding partner The Coca-Cola Company and The Wellpoint Foundation, is BGCA’s comprehensive health and wellness program. Since the program’s inception in 2005, more than 1 million young people have participated in Triple Play, leading to increased daily physical activity, better eating habits, improved social relationships and an increased sense of self-mastery.

BGCA was excited to launch a three-year partnership with Maytag to help Clubs build their capacity and deepen their impact on youth and communities. The partnership will recognize organizations with “Dependable Club Awards” that include pass-through grants.

Sponsored by Staples Foundation for Learning since 2002, some 1,250 Torch Clubs helped more than 15,000 Club members ages 11-13 develop leadership skills and a commitment to service.

BE GREAT: Graduate, BGCA’s high school dropout prevention program, continued to directly impact more than 1,500 young people in 30 Clubs throughout 2010, thanks to generous support from ConocoPhillips. A three-year study of the pilot initiative is underway.

Since 2004, the Charles Schwab Foundation has generously supported the Money Matters: Make It CountSM financial literacy program. In 2010, Money Matters taught 71,600 teens how to make smart financial choices and expanded its scope through the Make Change Count Pledge, which reaches out to all young people.

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The generosity of Lowe’s Charitable & Educational Foundation provided pass-through grants to Clubs for refurbishment or renovation, resulting in even safer places for children to learn and have fun.

In 2010, BGCA celebrated 14 years as the official charity of Major League Baseball® and launched WANNA PLAY?TM, a new fitness program for youth. RBI and Jr. RBI programs continued to help Club members increase their knowledge and aptitude about baseball and softball, while encouraging good character and academic achievement. As a result, more than 75,000 Club youth participated in baseball and fitness activities. MLB’s annual All-Star Game® events in Anaheim, Calif., generated excitement and support for Boys & Girls Clubs. The nationally televised State Farm® Home Run Derby® raised $573,000 for both BGCA and local Clubs. In addition, 2,000 Club members and their families were given tickets to attend MLB Fan Fest®. MLB’s contribution of more than $20 million in advertising helped to significantly raise awareness of Boys & Girls Clubs throughout the baseball season.

Thanks to Dollar General Literacy Foundation, 20 Clubs received funding to implement the AfterSchool KidzLit® program. Ten additional Clubs received renewed funding and program materials.


Partnership with the UPS Foundation enabled BGCA to help teens become better, safer drivers through the UPS Road Code program. Based on the safety training UPS uses for its own drivers, the program taught safe driving techniques to teens at 22 Boys & Girls Clubs.

In its sixth year, the Family PLUS initiative, sponsored by Kimberly-Clark Corporation, continued to strengthen families of Club youth at more than 1,600 Clubs. BGCA also expanded the initiative’s reach through the Family Strengthening Virtual Symposium, engaging some 4,650 Club professionals, parents and community members.

A partnership with Coaches for Kids through the National Basketball Coaches Association provided free tickets for all 30 NBA teams, enabling 53,000 Club members and their families to attend professional basketball games.

Boys & Girls Clubs of America was once again one of five charities selected for Subaru of America’s Share the Love event. The cause campaign raised more than $700,000 and provided significant exposure via national print, television and radio advertising.

Power Hour: Making Minutes Count, BGCA’s signature homework assistance program, was conducted in more than 3,600 Clubs nationwide. The generosity of Ross Stores provided program implementation grants to 21 Clubs. Funding from America Gives Back enabled BGCA to create or revise several critical resources and also provided 15 Clubs with awards for program excellence.

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12 In 2010, BGCA celebrated more than 60 years of partnership with The Reader’s Digest Foundation, founding sponsor of Youth of the Year, BGCA’s premier recognition program for Club members. Last year also marked the transition of sponsorship to Tupperware Brands Corporation Youth of the Year recognizes outstanding contributions to a young person’s family, school, community and Club, as well as personal challenges and obstacles overcome. Mona Dixon of the Boys & Girls Clubs of the East Valley (Tempe, Ariz.), was named 2010-11 National Youth of the Year at the September 2010 Congressional Breakfast on Capitol Hill. Darden Restaurants Inc. Foundation also supported the Youth of the Year program through its Recipe for Success™ initiative.

Bank of America provided generous support for BGCA’s mission and our efforts to create great futures for America’s young people.

The generosity of Toyota Financial Services helped BGCA develop and pilot the curriculum for Diplomas to Degrees, a new college readiness program.

The AMD Foundation joined the Club Tech team by supporting Game Tech, a video game creation program. AMD’s generosity also created a new Game Channel on myclubmylife.com, which provides information about careers in gaming as well as opportunities to create and play video games.

To support high school graduation, funding from AT&T Foundation enabled BGCA to provide Be Great: Graduate program grants to Clubs located in communities with high dropout rates.


A partnership with Amway created the Positive Sprouts program, which educates young people about the importance of eating nutritious foods. Funding enabled seven Clubs to build gardens and implement the curriculum.

The MetLife Foundation’s generosity supported implementation of BGCA’s education strategy, Every Member, Every Year, at 20 Boys & Girls Clubs in 2010. The strategy aims to help all Club members progress successfully from one grade to the next, graduate from high school on time and have a solid plan for the future. MetLife Foundation also generously supports BGCA’s annual Honor Awards for Program Excellence, which recognize local Clubs for outstanding program development.

The support of the Best Buy Children’s Foundation provided six Clubs with technology innovation grants to engage and recruit teen members. Innovative projects that resulted from these grants were highlighted on myclubmylife.com.

Our partnership with Sprint enabled BGCA to provide Club staff and teens with vital information and resources on Internet and media safety, which was also shared via myclubmylife.com.

Since 2002, funding from the Gap Foundation has enabled Club teens to explore and prepare for the workforce through the CareerLaunch® program. In 2010, CareerLaunch helped 56,300 teen members of 1,470 Clubs learn about careers through online and experiential learning.

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Generous Support It Just Takes One More than 600 Boys & Girls Clubs conducted annual campaigns, such as It Just Takes One, that focus on raising unrestricted funds from individuals in 2010. By generating awareness of the work Boys & Girls Clubs do for their communities, Clubs raised $58,300,347 to provide programs and services for local youth.

Major Gift Strategy Pilot In 2010, BGCA piloted a major gift strategy with 41 Clubs. The success of the pilot resulted in 465 donor visits and 47 major gifts totaling $9,329,250.

The Jeremiah Milbank Society The Jeremiah Milbank Society acknowledges individuals who generously donate $10,000 or more in unrestricted gifts to a Club. In 2010, the number of members (1,285) increased over 2009. For the second year in a row, Jeremiah Milbank Society members collectively donated more than $30 million. Of note, nearly 70 percent of the 2010 Society was made up of individuals renewing their memberships.

Planned Giving BGCA continued to provide services to help Clubs identify, recognize and close planned gifts. In 2010, some 218 gifts with an estimated expectancy of some $15 million were documented. Since the inception of planned giving services for Clubs in 2003, assistance from BGCA has enabled Clubs to secure more than $122 million in planned giving expectancies.

The Heritage Club The Heritage Club is a national deferred giving society that recognizes individuals who have named BGCA or a local Club in their estate plan. As of 2010, a total of 194 Club organizations had established Heritage Clubs, and BGCA recognized more than 2,150 members. Both the number of participating Clubs and number of members increased from 2009.

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Club Mentors Make a Difference Boys & Girls Clubs are an ideal environment for effectively mentoring youth. In fact, BGCA receives significant funding from the Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs to support mentoring programs at Clubs. To celebrate National Mentoring Month in January, a 15-year-old Club member and his mentor from the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Three Affiliated Tribes in North Dakota participated in a White House event.


Federal Support BGCA has a longstanding partnership with the Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs (OJP). In 2010, OJP awarded $42 million to BGCA to support youth at local Clubs. This amount included $40 million for youth mentoring programs and $2 million for tribal youth mentoring. Since 1996, the federal government has awarded more than $803 million to BGCA, including funding that has led to the establishment of new Clubs, increased capacity and greater mentorship programs. This funding has also enhanced BGCA’s efforts to provide a nationwide network of resources and expertise to Clubs serving young people across America.

State Alliances BGCA’s state alliance initiative now recognizes 47 formal alliances. These alliances influence legislative and regulatory issues affecting our children, and secure funds from states and their agencies. In 2010, BGCA’s Office of Government Relations helped secure more than $97 million through state alliances. The total state funds raised through alliances since the initiative’s inception is $592 million. These funds are used to support activities of local Clubs so that they may expand their reach and deepen their impact within their communities.

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Marketing & Communications/ General Awareness Great Visibility In 2010, Boys & Girls Clubs of America gained a new spokesperson and welcomed two new alumni to its BE GREAT campaign. Singer Ne-Yo launched a billboard in his hometown of Las Vegas. Lessons learned at the Club continue to positively influence Ne-Yo. In fact, his Compass Foundation has brought joy – and toys – to hundreds of Las Vegas Club youth. Film star and multi-platinum recording artist Jennifer Lopez learned to sing and dance at the Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club in the Bronx, N.Y. Now a household name, Jennifer unveiled her billboard, and spoke about the dramatic impact the Club had on her life before a throng of fans in Times Square in June. In November, Jennifer took her commitment to supporting our mission to a new level by becoming an official spokesperson for Boys & Girls Clubs of America. In her new role as spokesperson, Jennifer joins 18-year veteran Denzel Washington as an advocate for young people.

A Great Place to Work In 2010, BGCA was named one of the nation’s Best Nonprofits to Work For by The Best Companies Group; the announcement was published in The NonProfit Times.

A Powerful Decision NBA star Lebron James’ hour-long ESPN special, “The Decision,” netted more than $2.5 million for Clubs in seven markets: Akron, Ohio; Chicago; Cleveland; Greenwich, Conn.; Los Angeles; Miami; and New York. The special was broadcast from the Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich and viewed by millions. Our “Spaces” PSA ran four times during the broadcast, resulting in tremendous exposure for BGCA.

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Celebrating Kids and Clubs Two meaningful annual events benefitted Boys & Girls Clubs and kids in 2010. In March, National Boys & Girls Club Week celebrated the impact of Clubs on America’s young people. Nationwide, hundreds of Boys & Girls Clubs hosted community events such as open houses, park cleanups and family fairs. On Sept. 25, more than 1,000 Clubs across the country and on U.S. military installations hosted Boys & Girls Clubs Day for Kids events. The day encourages adults to spend meaningful time with the children in their lives through activities such as carnivals and fun runs.


NBA Partnership Nets Presidential Visit By tradition, every NBA championship team celebrates its win with the President of the United States at the White House. But in 2010, thanks to our strong partnership with the NBA, the annual event took place at a Boys & Girls Club instead. This unique opportunity offered members of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Washington a chance to meet President Obama and L.A. Lakers players. Quite a celebration, indeed!

Fighting the High School Dropout Crisis One in four American high school students will drop out of school before graduation. In response to this troubling fact, BGCA sounded the alarm bells at a major press event in D.C. Our 2010-11 National Youth of the Year, Mona Dixon, Dr. Robert Balfanz of John Hopkins University, and Denzel Washington all contributed to a meaningful discussion hosted by BGCA Chairman of the Board Robbie Bach. BGCA also publicly unveiled a position paper, “Our Nation’s Dropout Crisis is Everyone’s Problem: Why Boys & Girls Clubs are Part of the Solution.” Denzel Washington shared the white paper with President Obama when he accompanied all five Youth of the Year finalists to the White House later that afternoon. The event garnered media attention from CNN, Fox and MSNBC, in addition to numerous print stories.

Kids Can’t Wait In its 2010 Philanthropy 400 report of nonprofit private support, The Chronicle of Philanthropy ranked BGCA No. 15 among all nonprofit organizations and No. 1 among youth organizations for the 17th consecutive year.

Waiting for Superman, a critically acclaimed documentary, has inspired millions of citizens to do more to support the struggling public education system. In December, BGCA hosted a Town Hall Meeting featuring excerpts of the film to ignite community discussion about how society – especially Boys & Girls Clubs – can help young people do well in school.

Investing in Leaders In 2010, BGCA continued to invest in the development of Club professionals. Our virtual university for Club staff, the Boys & Girls Club Leadership University, provided nearly 50,000 learning experiences for executive, management, youth development and resource development professionals to increase their impact on America’s youth. BGCA also conducted the Advanced Leadership Program (ALP) for 178 Club chief professional officers and senior leadership teams, including local board members. With an emphasis on teamwork, the ALP helps enhance skills in fundraising, board leadership and measuring impact on youth.

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Awards and Honors For Exemplary Service BGCA recognized several extraordinary individuals and organizations in 2010 for their efforts on behalf of America’s children: The Champion of Youth Award was presented to Tupperware Brands Corporation, for its longstanding support of Clubs and young people; and to CARQUEST for its ongoing commitment to helping youth through Boys & Girls Clubs. The Chairman’s Award was bestowed upon Ed and Diane Zore for their philanthropic leadership and longtime support of Boys & Girls Clubs. Ed is the retired CEO of Northwestern Mutual Insurance, and Diane serves as chair of the Board of Trustees for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee. The Chairman’s Award was also presented to the Dallas Cowboys for their long history of making a positive difference in young lives. BGCA National Trustee and Executive Vice President of Dallas Cowboys Football Club Charlotte Jones Anderson accepted the award on their behalf. The 2009 President’s Award was given to Dennison Young Jr., a National Trustee of BGCA, in recognition of his generous and continued support of kids and Clubs. The Today Show Charitable Foundation was presented with the 2010 Foundation Philanthropy Award for bringing joy to kids during the holidays through toy donations. Since 2002, the annual Today Show Toy Drive has provided BGCA with hundreds of thousands of toys, games, books, clothing and personal care products worth more than $61 million for youth in Clubs. BGCA recognized Billye and Hank Aaron for their remarkable, longtime support of Clubs and kids with the 2010 Individual Giving Award. Hank Aaron is a National Trustee for BGCA. We honored one of our very own, Rick Goings, with an illustrious designation that only 13 other volunteers in our history have ever achieved – that of Distinguished Benefactor. Previous recipients of this prestigious honor include Jeremiah Milbank, Hays Clark, Robert W. Woodruff, Roberto Goizueta, Jeremiah Milbank Jr., Bob Fowler, Wayne Sanders and Arnold Burns.

Dedicated Leadership Boys & Girls Clubs of America’s Board of Governors welcomed one new member in 2010: Dr. Robert Youngjohns, senior vice president and president, North America sales and marketing, for Microsoft.

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Alumni Hall of Fame Class of 2010 Boys & Girls Clubs of America inducted 12 former Club members into its Alumni Hall of Fame in 2010. Club locations are in parentheses. Michael Bell, mayor of Toledo (Toledo, Ohio) Ben Gazzara, actor (New York) Michael Goldberg, executive director, NBA Coaches Association (New York) Rep. Steny Hoyer, U.S representative for Maryland’s 5th district (Miami) Cathy Hughes, founder, Radio One (Omaha, Neb.) Earvin “Magic” Johnson, basketball player and chairman/CEO, Magic Johnson Enterprises (Lansing, Mich.) Jerry Jones, owner, president and general manager, Dallas Cowboys (North Little Rock, Ark.) “Sugar” Ray Leonard, boxer (Washington, D.C.) Jimmy Rollins, shortstop, Philadelphia Phillies (Oakland, Calif.) Francisco Sanchez, undersecretary for international trade, U.S. Commerce Dept. (Tampa, Fla.) Richard Sheirer, senior vice president, Giuliani Partners (Brooklyn, N.Y.) Cmdr. Daniel Travers, U.S. Coast Guard (Marlboro, Mass.)

In Memoriam Robert Fowler, 1919 - 2010 Robert “Bob” Fowler was a true champion for Clubs, especially those in the Southeast. Inspired by his college experience as a Club staffer in Terre Haute, Ind., he joined the national organization in the 1960s. During his more than two decades as Southeast Chairman, the region thrived, experiencing unprecedented success. Southeastern professionals continue to benefit from the Robert W. Fowler Scholarship Program, established by his wife, Corey. A Governor since 1978, Bob was named a Life Member in 2002. His numerous honors include the Herbert Hoover Humanitarian and Distinguished Benefactor Awards. Each year, the Robert W. Fowler Pacesetter Award is presented to an extraordinary volunteer.

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2010 BGCA Income & Expenses INCOME %

Gift Support 2010 Individuals. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

3,127,881

1.7%

Corporations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

43,392,811

23.2%

Foundations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

12,662,638

6.8%

Special Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

5,859,805

3.1%

Trust Funds. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1,376,798

0.7%

Public Grants (Govt Grants) . . . . . . . . . . . . .

76,810,226*

41.0%

Total Gift Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

143,230,159

76.5%

Dues from Clubs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

8,821,070

4.7%

Investment Income . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

382,991

0.2%

Investment Transactions including Unrealized Gains . . . . . . . . . . . . .

34,015,219

18.1%

Miscellaneous . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

847,479

0.5%

Total Other Revenue . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

44,066,759

23.5%

Total Support and Revenue . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

187,296,918

100.0%

On-site assistance to member Clubs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

64,323,316

41.1%

Leadership training and development of youth programs . . . . . . . . . .

72,341,044

46.3%

Total Program Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

136,664,360

87.4%

Fund Raising . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

4,738,450

3.0%

Management and general . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

15,000,731

9.6%

Total Supporting Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

19,739,181

12.6%

Total Expenses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

156,403,541

100.0%

Other Revenue

FINANCIALS

Program Services for Clubs

Supporting Services

* Of this $71,197,258 was passed through to member organizations

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INDIVIDUALS $1,000,000 - $1,999,999 The John Burns Society Peter and Valerie McNeely

$500,000 - $999,999 The Al Cole Society Peter C. and Martha P. Morse Mr. Todd Wagner

Creed Family Foundation

James E. Rohr

Kathy and Harlan Crow

Wayne and Kathy Sanders

Don and Sallie Davis

Suzanne and Michael E. Tennenbaum

John E. Davison

William Walters

Scott DeSano

Jerry Yang

Daniel Decker Steven H. Durham Ric Edelman

$10,000 - $49,999

Jane L. Emison Patrick J. Esser

The William Edwin Hall Society

John and Suzanne Adams

Jeff M. Fettig

David and Sandra Alexander

John Fisher

William Alfond

Stuart Francis

C. Todd Alley

Ernie Garcia

Kenneth Altshuler

David L. Garin

Eric Aroesty

Jason and Brill Garrett

Robert J. Bach

Rudolph W. Giuliani

Ernie Ball

William Goodell

Robert Basham

Myron Gray

F. H. Batrus

Irwin R. Gross

Dr. Condoleezza Rice

Ambassador Frank and Kathy Baxter

Mr. and Mrs. George V. Grune

Ted and Vada Stanley

Harold Baxter

Bill and Harriet Harris

J. Barnett Woodruff

Tracy Benard

Kim and Karen Hawkins

Alan and Lisa Boeckmann

Judy and Peter Haynes

Robert and Rhonda Boswell

Doug Heltne

Timothy P. Boyle

Jeffrey N. Hogan

Wayne and Judith Allen

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bridges

Wallace F. Holladay, Jr.

Nina N. Ansary and Ali Saffari

Kathryn K. Briger

Russell C. Ball

Peter L. Briger

Mr. and Mrs. James W. Crystal

Mr. and Mrs. Emil J. Brolick

Linda J. Dimopoulos

Peter D. Brundage

Tom and Sue Fazio

Donald E. Callaghan

William Gussman

Larry Clark

John W. Harris

Kenneth P. Cohen

Edward D. Herlihy

Tony and Yvonne Conza

Rush Limbaugh

Michael Corrigan

Don Davis Eugene* and Ruth Freedman Ronald and Christina Gidwitz Rick and Susan Goings Jeff and Judy Henley Dana and Nancy Mead

$50,000 - $99,999 The Campbell Society

*Denotes deceased

Fernando Mora-Figueroa

Circle of Opportunity Society

Michael and Marie Capellas and Family

DONORS

Geoffrey A. Couch

$100,000 - $499,999

Hank and Billye Aaron

2010

Nancy Marder

Thomas J. Falk

Denise and Douglas Harned

Douglas H. Hunt Craig R. Johnson Earvin “Magic” Johnson Cal Johnston Lewis Katz Dennis Kavelman Beth and Skip Keesal Richard Kelleher Stephanie Davis and Steven Kern

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30 INDIVIDUALS (cont.) Peter Kiriacoulacos Jarrett Kling Kenneth G. Langone Pedro Lichtinger Jim Logothetis Robert E. Long, Jr. Jeff B. Love Juan Luciano Doug Mackenzie Diana and Todd Maclin Bernard S. Malkove Charles W. and Karen Matthews Daniel McKeithan, Jr. Peggy and Eugene McQuade

Andra M. Rush

Karen L. Davis

Ronald L. Sargent

Mike Dovey

Wim H.J. Selders

Lel Echols

Eric and Brenda Shanks

Martin Ellen

Thomas Shannon, Jr.

Ruth A. Fattori

L. Edward Shaw, Jr. and Irene Ryan Shaw

Gary J. Fernandes

Mark and Nancy Shurtleff Tom Siebel Steven D. Siegfried Bill Simon Mr. and Mrs. James H. Simons Roland C. Smith David B. Speer Earl Stafford, Sr. Sam Stahl

Richard N. Merkin

Roger Staubach

Richard J. Meyer Charitable Fund

Ronald D. Sugar Chris T. Sullivan

Jeremiah Milbank III

Anne and Michael Szostak

Liz Minyard

Mary and Richard Templeton

J. Mario Molina, M.D.

Andrew R. Tennenbaum

James J. Mulva

Phil and Cheryl Tonge

Bruce C. and Therese K. Munster

Gregg Tryhus

C. W. Murchison III Mr. and Mrs. William C. Mutterperl

Louis Weil III Gary and Rosemarie Wendt Robert N. Wildrick

Troy Noard

Geoff Yang

President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama

Dennison Young, Jr.

Craig and Jane Omtvedt

Larry and Colette Young

George and Meryl Young

Bob and Karen Osborne Pam and Gary Patsley James Peck

$5,000 - $9,999

Marin Gjaja Darren and Elizabeth Haines Preston B. Heller, Jr. Simon C. Hemus Daniel R. Hesse Hudson Houck Carl C. Icahn Michelle Johnson Mr. and Mrs. George B. Kaiser Harry and Joan Karsten Dan Kingsley Scott W. Klein Aaron Latham Mark H. Lazarus Robert Lurie Hillie M. Mahoney Harry Mathur Patrick Morrin Hank Orme Douglas L. Perlman David L. Pugh Thomas M. Rinehart Michael Russ Carolyn Schwab-Pomerantz John Shlesinger Brandon Short C. J. Silas

Stephanie Peponis

Circle of Hope Society

Mrs. J. Lucian Smith

William L. Perocchi

Mr. Christopher S. Abele

Stuart Snyder

Jack Pew, Jr.

Barry Andrews

Roger W. Stone

Steve and Midge Pfrenzinger

Mark Buthman

John Tolleson

Brian and Linda Prinn

Renee Collins

Gregory V. Vaughan

J. Puckett

Peter and Sue Cooper

Celia Wallace

Sam Reeves

Mrs. Daniel Cowin

Paul Weinewuth

Mr. and Mrs. David A. Rosow

Bob Daniel

Daniel Westbrook

2010

DONORS


$1,000 - $4,999

Melvin Campos

Nancy Frost

Walter C. Carlson

Steve Fuller

Patrick Carr

Andrew Gabler

Caesar Cavaricci

Moore Gates, Jr.

Dennis Cerasoli

Frank Gatto

Juana and Jesse Christian

Mr. and Mrs. Mark J. Glasky

Thomas Ciancetta

Lisa Glenn

Sandra C. Cleevely

Joseph Goodman

Andrew Clyde

John Goslin

Michael Coffey

Jay Gottleib

Michael Coffman

Ryan Gray

Vanessa Colella

John S. Griswold, Jr.

Anthony Coles

John Gross

Daniel Cooper

Amy M. Grossman

Ken Cooper

Savo Group

Doug and Cyndi Court

Alan Guarino

Phillip Cowdell

Ron Haddock

Mr. and Mrs. Martin A. Cozyn

King Harris

Lee A. Crisell

F. Dale Hayes

Darcie Crystal William D. Cvengros

Constance Heldman and Hal Mooz

Arthur Barron

Natasha Davenport

Mark Hesemann

Benjamin Barron

Debra Davis

Roert Higgins

Tina Barry

R. Davis

Duane Hinshaw

Warren L. Batts

Jane Deal

Mark K. Holdsworth

David Beach

Reece Devlin

Jessica Hu

Emma Bethea

John Donnelly

John and Mabelle Hueston

Alan Beychok

Terri Dorsey

Michael Hunsicker

Arthur H. Bilger

Ann Drake

Vicki A. Hutsko

William A. Blase

Carol Dunahoo

Edward R. James

Reiner Bohning

John Ellerman

Craig Jennings

Lucian Boldea

Eric Eyken-Fluyters

Peter Jennings

Jessica A. Boschee

Judy Feldman

Darlene Johnson

Michael Braun

Mr. and Mrs. Seth P. Ferguson

C. Richard Jones

Cathy Brazill

William O. Fifield

John Jones

Tonya Brooks

Ben Fischer

Jason Jorgensen

Zak Brown

Paul Fitzhenry

Mike and Lynn Joseph

Michael C. Bunger

Timothy Flaherty

Jeff Kania

Robert Bunnen

Tom and Betsy Flanagan

Robert M. Kaufman

Ryan Burke

Kevin Fogarty

David Kepler

The Honorable Arnold I. Burns

Larry Friedman

David Kidd

Katherine Butler

Andy Fromm

Alfred Kingsley

Champion for Youth Society Andrea Abramson Matthew Ahlert Margaret Ahnert Sue Aldana David Alden John Alesch Barbara Allen Daniel and Stacie Allen Robert G. Allison Amy Jeff Corey Anthony Marilyn Augur Carolyn Ayers Michael Azbell Drew Bader Ramon Baez

2010

DONORS

David Ball Mel Barkan

Boys & Girls Clubs of America

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Boys & Girls Clubs of America

32 Patrick Moore

Philip Rome

Kristine Morain

Carlos Romo

L. Joe Moravy

Julie Goldman Rosner

Mike Morse

David Ross

Jack Knox

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred M. Multari

Peter Rossow

Christopher Korey

Grants Murphy

Susan F. Russ

Lisa Kountoupes

Dorothy S. Newland

Donald Saltz

Corrine Krolicki

Chet Nichols

Greg Santaga

Karen Kurrasch

Cash Nickerson

Ann L. Saunders Brown

David Ladner

Charles Nickson

Marlene Schiff

Gregory F. Laetsch

Jeff Noel

Michael Schuster

Nikos Latropoulos

Paul Norton

Elliot Schwartz

James P. Laurito

Morris W. Offit

Donna W. Scott

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Le Sage

Paula J. Olsiewski

Janine Segal

Edward T. Lewis

Lorraine Orr

Tom and Linda Seidman

Edward and Marcia Liddy

William and Pamela Overfelt

David Sexton

Christopher J. Long

Jeffrey and Linda Pachter

Carolyn Sheridan

Mario Lopez

Anthony Palmer

Brad Shoen

Julius Lott

Glenn Parkhurst

Douglas Shores

Cym H. Lowell

Debra and Richard Parkoff

Andrew Silvernail

Ludwig Family Foundation Inc.

John B. Paterson

Jennifer L. Sirangelo

Frederick Paulke

Steven K. and Anne Skinner

Karen MacDonald

Nancy J. Pedot

John Smith

Bob Marbut

Jerold M. Perlman and Norma Perlman

Benjamin Socie

Thomas Marino

Wade Phillips

Larry and Charmaine Solomon

Kyle Maryanski

Judith J. Pickens

Gerlad Spector

Peter Mason

Mark and Mary Beth Pierce

Jan Spencer

Sharon McCutchin

Jeffrey N. Pollack

Jack L. Stahl

Evan McElroy

Joseph Portmann

Glen Staron

Milford McGuirt

Dovie Prather

Wayne Strayer

Gary and Carolyn McKitterick

Jerry Pritchett

Pat Sullivan

Daniel McLean

Mark Quinn

Vera Sweeney

Brian Mcmanus

Linda Rahn

David Sykes

Kevin McSpirit

Edward J. Rappa

Bruce W. Taylor

Robert Meek

B. Michael Rauh, Esq.

Mel Thillens

Kim and Carolyn Megonigal

Jeffrey Reitzen

Cheryl Thomas

Raj Mehta

Frank A. Reynolds

John M. Trani

Andrew Miller

Jason Richardson

Clark G. Travers

Ed Mishrell

Christine D. Rivera

Jim Trebilcock

Jeff Moe

Stephen Robert

Jim Trester

JD and Christine Montgomery

David Rockefeller

Peter and Sara Tucker

INDIVIDUALS (cont.) Leontine Klem Donna M. and Richard E. Knox

Steve Manket

John Solberg

2010

DONORS


Charles Turner

Stewart Warburton

Diane B. Wilsey

Linda Utterback

Susan and Edward Ward

Kirk Wilson

Ken and Debbie Venner

Louis Welch

Linda Wiltse

Steve Voskuil

Jonathan West

Jeanette and Jim Woods

Teresa Walch

Michael Whitney

Jed Walentas

Brian Wicks

Charles Walker

Dan Wieden

Sam Walker

Michael Williamson

and five donors who wish to remain anonymous

Zoe Blunt MacDonald Trust

McMurtrie Charitable Trust

Thomas W. Pangborn

C. A. Hamilton Charitable Trust

Don Nierling Memorial Foundation

PNC Advisors

Harold T. Edgar

John J. Nierling

Jean Valdati

IRR Trust

John B. O’Hara Fund

Eaton Vance Management

Karen Wright Christine Young Edward Zore

BEQUESTS

2010

DONORS

Margaret Sorensen

HERITAGE CLUB MEMBERS Sue Aldana

Jane Berry Deal

Nicole and Marty Hanaka

Orlando J. Aliberti

Joseph T. DeCerbo

Preston B. Heller, Jr.

Barbara Allen

Jane L. Emison

Brian John Hopper

Dwayne O. Andreas

Melissa Fahs

James Hurley

Alan and Laurelle Anspach

Joan F. Faulkner

Kurt Aschermann

Mrs. Corey T. Fowler

The Honorable Kay Bailey Hutchison

Flora J. Beam

W. Thomas Fyler, Jr.

Anthony J. Iorillo

Marsha and Gary Bertrand

Moore Gates, Jr.

Howard M. Jenkins, Jr.

Gerald W. Blakeley, Jr.

Ronald and Christina Gidwitz

Michael A. Johnson

Jane Gilday

Thomas S. and Margaret Ann Johnson

Sheila Bunin The Honorable Arnold I. Burns Mary Helen Byers

Rick and Susan Goings Pamela A. Gray

S. Wayne Kay Karen Kurrasch

Michael P. Carey

Samuel and Suzanne Greenlaw

Anthony Carter

Phyllis Griggs

William P. Laughlin

Bryan Clontz

John S. Griswold, Jr.

Dr. Patricia Leavitt

Tony and Yvonne Conza

Mr. and Mrs. George V. Grune

Janice Lindsey

Doug and Cyndi I. Court

James E. Gumpert

Robert B. Lumis

Mr. and Mrs. James W. Crystal

Adam and Janet Guy

Paula Mackelburg

John H. Darlington

Ebby Halliday

Stuart McCammon

F. Elwood Davis

Teri Halliday

Mona McCarty

J. Andrew Lark, Esq.

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34 HERITAGE CLUB (cont.) Donald McNicol Jeremiah Milbank III Denita Morin Steve and Wendy Morris Peter C. and Martha P. Morse

Mrs. Stowe C. Phelps

Roxanne Spillett

Dovié R. Prather

Barbara Stricker

Linda J. Rahn

Suzanne and Michael E. Tennenbaum

Robert Ralston Deborah Ramsey Steve and Kathy Ratto

Mr. and Mrs. John T. Thompson Michael von Neumann

B. Michael Rauh, Esq.

Timothy R. Wallace

Shane O’Neil

David Reid

Josey Barnes Wayman

Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Pallamary

Brigadier General Francis J. Roberts, USA, Ret.

Gary and Rosemarie Wendt

Rob and Stephanie Parker

Fred B. Rooney

Fred Paulke

Salvatore F. Rubino

Richard Payne

Peter G. Scotese

Edgar and Phyllis Peara

Errol and Jackie Sewell

James H. Penick

Mrs. J. Lucian Smith

Evelyn F. Peterson

Dennis Smith

James L. Newland

T. C. Williams Linda Wiltse Joan Wingate J. Barnett Woodruff Gary York five donors who wish to remain anonymous

CORPORATIONS $5,000,000 and up The Robert W. Woodruff Society jcpenney Philip Morris USA Youth Smoking Prevention

Kimberly-Clark Corporation Lowe’s Charitable & Educational Fund Microsoft Corporation Staples Foundation Wellpoint, Inc.

Walmart Foundation

Whirlpool Corporation

$2,000,000 - $4,999,999

$500,000 - $999,999

The Clement Stone Society

The Al Cole Society

Google Inc. Taco Bell Foundation for Teens

AMD Foundation and AMD Inc. Amway Bank of America

$1,000,000 - $1,999,999

Darden Restaurants, Inc

The Johns Burns Society

National Basketball Coaches Association

AT&T

Tupperware Brands Corporation

$100,000 - $499,999 The William Edwin Hall Society 7-Eleven, Inc. A.J. Wright Stores Best Buy Children’s Foundation Butler, Wooten & Fryhofer, LLP CA Technologies The Cadmus Group Circle K Corporation Dollar General Corporation Dr Pepper Snapple Group, Inc.

Charles Schwab Foundation

The Reader’s Digest Foundation

The Coca-Cola Company

Ross Stores Inc.

Fluor Corporation

Comcast Foundation

Subaru of America, Inc.

Gap Inc.

ConocoPhillips

Toyota Financial Services

The J.M. Smucker Company

Ernst & Young LLP

2010

DONORS


James Avery Craftsman, Inc.

Pfizer Inc

Cartier, Inc.

James M. Cox Foundation

Rockwell Automation

CharityBuzz

Kraft Inc.

RR Donnelley

LexisNexis

Tata Consultancy Services

Chevron Phillips Chemical Company

Major League Baseball Charities

Texas Instruments Incorporated

Chilmark Partners, LLP

Michaels Stores, Inc.

UGG Australia

Cisco Systems, Inc.

New York Life Foundation

WPP Group

CITI

Party City Corporation Regal Entertainment Group Sprint Nextel Corporation

Cole Taylor Bank

$10,000 - $49,999

Crown Cork and Seal

Circle of Opportunity Society

Unilever Dove Masterbrand

Accenture

Dakkota Integrated Systems, LLC

Universal Studios Home Entertainment

Advantage Technical Resourcing

Digitas

3M Foundation

CRY America, Inc.

Dillard’s, Inc.

Alabama River Pulp Co. Inc.

Directory Distributing Associates Inc

The Campbell Society

American Association of Orthodontists

DIRECTV

A.C. Moore Arts & Crafts, Inc.

Amon G. Carter Foundation

DIRECTV Sports Networks, LLC

Albertsons LLC- Dallas/Fort Worth Division

Aon Corporation

Dreamworks Animation

Aracruz Celulose (USA), Inc.

Allstate Insurance Company

Eagle Materials Inc.

Arby’s Restaurant Group

American Express

Eimer Stahl Klevorn & Solberg

Archer Daniels Midland Company

Electronic Arts Inc.

Arent, Fox, Kintner, Plotkin & Kahn

EnCap Investments L.P.

$50,000 - $99,999

DONORS

Crossmark

Turner Broadcasting System, Inc.

AEG

2010

The Chubb Corporation

BNSF Cognizant CVS Pharmacy, Inc. Deloitte & Touche, LLP Deutsche Bank Direct Energy The Dow Chemical Company Exxon Mobil Corporation Fortune Brands, Inc. Frito-Lay, Inc. Illinois Tool Works Inc. and Illinois Tool Works Foundation

Ariel Corporation

Ergonomic Group Inc.

Arris

Evonik Stockhausen, Inc.

Augmentation Inc.

Exelon Corporation

AXA International, Ltd.

First Data Corporation

Bank of the West

Flowserve Corporation

Banner & Witcoff, Ltd.

Food Research and Action Center

Barclays BASF Corporation Baxter International Inc.

MillerCoors

Belo Corp.

Morgan Stanley

Berry Plastics Corporation

National Basketball Association

The Boston Consulting Group Booz & Company

Nestle USA, Inc.

Cancer Treatment Centers of America

Pacific Convenience and Fuels, LLC

Emerson Process Management

Carlson Wagonlit Travel

Ford Motor Company FOX Sports Franklin Advisers, Inc. Fulbright & Jaworski L.L.P. Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP Godwin Ronquillo PC Goldman, Sachs & Company Goodwin Procter LLP GP Cellulose, LLC

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Boys & Girls Clubs of America

36 CORPORATIONS (cont.) Graphic Packaging International Inc.

Northern Trust Corporation Northrop Grumman Corporation

Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz The Walt Disney Company

Greenberg Traurig, LLP

Northwestern Mutual Foundation

Harbor Shores

NYSE Group, Inc.

Harris Interactive Inc. Home Box Office, Inc.

Occidental Petroleum Corporation

HSBC Securities (USA), Inc.

Oracle

Hunt Oil Company

OshKosh Corporation

IBM

Pactiv Corporation

WNBA

ICG Commerce

Pecksland Partners LLC

YES Network

Iconix Brand Group, Inc.

PlainsCapital Bank

Yum! Brands Foundation

International Paper

Pokémon Company International/The

Jack Morton Worldwide Jacobs Engineering Jakks Pacific, Inc. J.P. Morgan Chase Juniper Networks KemperSports Management Kimberly-Clark Corporation Korn/Ferry International KPMG, LLP Kraton Polymers Lazard Freres & Co. LLC Lucasfilm Ltd. Maloney & Fox Manhattan Construction Company Mattel Children’s Foundation McDonald’s Corporation McKinsey & Company, Inc. Moelis & Company Molex Incorporated Motorola, Inc.

PricewaterhouseCoopers

Wells Fargo Bank Western Union Wet Seal, Inc. Weyerhaeuser Willis HRH WinCup Inc.

$5,000 - $9,999

Princess Grace Awards

Circle of Hope Society

Rabobank International

Alliance, a division of RockTenn Company

Rainbow Media Enterprises, Inc. RayV Inc. Rent-A-Center, Inc. Reo4Kids.com Ryan Partnership, Inc. SAGE Publications Inc. SAP America, Inc. Sewell Lexus Showtime Networks, Inc. Southern Company, Inc. Spin Master Standing Ovation Starr Technical Risks Agency, Inc.

American Express Political Action Committee American Trim, L.L.C. Amsted Industries Apollo Group, Inc. Applied Industrial Technologies, Inc. Ariel Investments, LLC Ark-Les Corporation Baker Botts, L.L.P. Banc of America Securities BancVue / First ROI Belfor USA Group, Inc. Bemis Company Foundation

Stiletto Entertainment

Bostik

SuperMedia Inc.

Catalina Marketing Corporation

MTV/Nickelodeon+E443

Techtronic Industries Co. Ltd (TTI)

NASCAR

Tickets For Charity LLC

Catch Media

Navistar Inc.

TM Advertising

Citi Private Bank

NBC Universal

Trinity Industries, Inc.

Citigroup Business Services

Neiman-Marcus

TV One

Clopay

New York Yankees

USS

Coleman Brandworks

NFL Charities

Valero Energy Corporation

Comerica Incorporated

Nickelodeon

Visa Inc.

Cooper Industries Foundation

Catalyst Paper (Usa) Inc.

2010

DONORS


Corn Products International

Jefferies & Company

Covenant Security Services

Jones Day

Russell Anderson Construction Co Inc.

CR&R Incorporated

JUICE Pharma Worldwide

Ryan, Inc.

Credit Clearing House

Kane is Able, Inc.

Salad Bowl

Credit Suisse Securities (USA) LLC

Katz Media Group

Salesforce.com

Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, Inc.

Salient

Creditwatch Inc.

Klee, Tuchin, Bogdanoff & Stern LLP

San Francisco Giants

Dailey Dean Foods Company

Kyle Busch Motorsports, Inc.

Deb Honkus

Laugh Factory, Inc.

Schneider National Foundation, Inc.

Deloitte

LeagueTennis.com

SeaChange International

Deutsch, Inc.

Locke Lord Bissell & Liddell LLP

Sears Holdings Corporation

Manatt, Phelps & Phillips LLP

The Sidley Austin Foundation

Dick’s Sporting Goods Discovery Communications, Inc.

2010

DONORS

Marshall & Ilsley Corporation

Schneider Electric

Shoebuy.com

Dority & Manning, P.A.

Mastermind Marketing

Skyline Dfw Exhibits & Graphics

DSC Logistics

MCCR Inc.

Southwest International Trucks

Edelman

Menasha Packaging Company

EP Management Corporation

Mercer

Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc.

Exel, Inc.

Morega Systems

Swift Transportation Co., Inc.

FedEx Services

Morgan Lewis & Bockius, LLP

Temple-Inland Inc.

Fidelity Investments

Nalco Company

The Toro Company

Findology Interactive Media Inc

NDS

Transystems

Network For Good

U.S. Bank

Game Show Network, LLC

NIKE, Inc.

UBS

General Cable Industries, Inc.

Nypro, Inc.

Union Bank Foundation

Glatfelter

Oberon Media

Godfrey & Kahn, S.C.

Outdoor Advertising Association of America, Inc.

Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

Gordon Brothers Companies Green Bay Converting Group 1 Automotive Gulfstream Gva Cawley Hand & Associates, Inc. Hercules Incorporated Hewlett-Packard Corporation HillCo Partners, LLC Hub Group Hyosung America IC Group iQor Jackson Lewis, LLP

Panasonic Disc Services Corporation Pappas GUC Trust

Waterfront Entertainment, Ltd. Werner Enterprises York Capital Management

Parsons Corporation

YPO Pacific Northwest Chapter

PHI, Inc.

Zenith Optimedia

Polycom, Inc.

Zodiac Gaming LLC

PPI Marketing RBC Capital Markets Reality Check Studios

$1,000 - $4,999

Rexam

Champion for Youth Society

Rhodia

Abbott Laboratories Employee Giving Campaign

Robert Half International The Royal Bank of Scotland, plc

ABM Engineering Services ABM Janitorial Services

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Boys & Girls Clubs of America

38 CORPORATIONS (cont.) The Abernathy MacGregor Group

Committee to Elect Dan King

Ipsos Operations Canada, LP

Computershare

J.M.I.

Craft Brewers Alliance Inc.

Japanese Chamber of Commerce and Industry of New York, Inc.

The Achelis Foundation

Del Rey Shores

The Agency Sports Management

Demann Entertainment, Inc. Detroit Tigers, Inc.

Jones Lang LaSalle Financial & Corporate Services Inc.

Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP

Dittman Incentive Marketing

Just Give

DraftFCB Chicago

KDC Platform, LLC

Dykema

Kramer, Levin, Naftalis & Frankel LLP

Aliquant Corporation Allied International Credit Aluminum Precision Products, Inc. American Recovery Service Inc Andrews International Apex Charity Aramark ARMCHAIR Artisan Partners Asbury Rock Stars Charity Atlanta Jet Professionals BBDO Atlanta Benchmark Brands, Inc. Benchmark Hospitality International Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP The Blanton and Wareing Families

E. G. O. North America Edward R. James Partners, LLC.

Latinworks

Emcor Services Mesa Energy Systems, Inc.

LeClairRyan

emz-Hanauer GmbH & Co. KGaA European Investors, Inc. Ferrara Pan Candy Company FGMK, LLC First American Title First Southwest Holdings, Inc. Firstgiving, Inc. Fross, Zelnick, Lehrman & Zissu, P.C. Game Creek Video Garden Fresh Restaurant Corp. Genworth Financial, Inc.

BNY Mellon

GirlFriend Films

Bombardier Aerospace

Give With Liberty

Boston Herald

Global Risk Consultants

Brazeway, Inc.

Glue Inc.

Brinks Hofer Gilson & Lione

Golden State Foods

Castle & Cooke Cold Storage

Groschopp Inc.

Central Hudson Gas & Electric Corporation

Hallmark Global Services, Inc.

LBA Realty Lincoln Property Company Madison Square Garden Corporation Mailers Haven LLC Maritz Research Marsh McCarthy Burgess And Wolff McGuireWoods LLP Mesirow Financial MGM Mirage Microsoft Corporation Employees Millenia 3 Television MissionFish MoneyGram International, Inc. Morton and Carole Olshan Foundation Inc. Mother Nature Network Murray Company Mechanical Contractors NEP Broadcasting

The Chamberlain Group, Inc.

Henderson Stamping & Production, Inc.

Charity Gift Certificates

Hiscox

Charles Pankow Builders

Hitachi Consulting

Chevron

ILPEA Industries, Inc.

Christian Dior Perfumes, Inc.

Interfin Corporation

Optima Machinery Corporation

Chums, Incorporated

International SOS Assistance, Inc.

Pacific Gas & Electric Company

International Wire

Pacific World Corporation

Colorado Rockies Baseball Club

New York Life Insurance Company News America Marketing Oliver Wyman, Inc.

2010

DONORS


Paragon Water Systems, Inc.

Red Robin Gourmet Burgers

Towers Watson

Paramount Home Entertainment

Schmidt Printing Inc

Truist

Scripps Networks

Tutco, Inc.

Seidman Family Foundation

United Airlines

Seyfarth Shaw L.L.P.

United Media Graphics LLC

Social by Dana Carroll

Universal Protection Service

SONY Pictures Entertainment

VSP

SOS Global Express, Inc.

Walton Street Capital, LLC

Southern California Edison

Watco

SSW Holding Company, Inc.

Wedgewood Enterprise Corporation

Penske Logistics, LLC PGA of America Pharmative Phi Kappa Psi PICA Pier 1 Imports, Inc. Pinnacle Financial Group Play for Your Cause Porcelain Industries Preston-Patterson Co., Inc. Product Development Corp Quest Media & Supplies, Inc. Rapp Collins Corporate Raymond James Financial Services Reale Partners, LLC

2010

DONORS

Synovate

West Coast Turf

Tekkote Corp. TH Plastics, Inc. The Memorial Time Warner Cable TisBest Charity Gift Cards

Whitebox Software Inc. William Blair & Company Foundation Wolverine Metal Stamping

TouchSensor Technologies

World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc.

Tower Three Partners, LLC

Yomiuri News, Inc.

FOUNDATIONS $2,000,000 - $4,999,999

The Annie E. Casey Foundation

The Clement Stone Society

The Bank of America Charitable Foundation, Inc.

LeBron James Family Foundation

$1,000,000 - $1,999,999 The John Burns Society The Edna McConnell Clark Foundation

$500,000 - $999,999 The Al Cole Society Pacific Youth Foundation UPS Foundation

$100,000 - $499,999 The William Edwin Hall Society

The Gerald J. Ford Family Foundation

MCJ Foundation University of Phoenix Foundation Leo Wyler

Metropolitan Life Foundation

$10,000 - $49,999

Michael Phelps Foundation

Circle of Opportunity Society

RE/MAX International

The Acorn Foundation

Rita Allen Foundation

John W. Anderson Foundation

Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors, Inc.

Carol and James Collins Foundation Creed Family Foundation

$50,000 - $99,999 The Campbell Society

Danvera Foundation Edward K. Straus Fund

AT&T Foundation

Eleven Twenty Seven Foundation

Augusta Pines Charity

Hellman Family Foundation

The Case Foundation

Larry & Susan Hirsch

Insurance Industry Charitable Foundation

The Herbert Hoover Foundation, Inc.

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Boys & Girls Clubs of America

40 FOUNDATIONS (cont.) Gene & Jerry Jones Family Charities Khourie Family Foundation F. M. Kirby Foundation, Inc.

Denny Hamlin Foundation The Hanson Family Charitable Foundation The Irving Foundation, Inc. Kamm Foundation The Kayser Foundation

Katten Muchin Rosenman

San Francisco 49ers

Mr. Christopher C. Quick Chartiable Fund

Effie Hayford Wilson and Odell Wilson Fund

Enterprise Holdings Foundation The Flanagan Family Foundation Gift in Memory of Neva Brown Hale Foundation The Isko Foundation Inc.

Rasmussen Foundation Toy Industry Foundation

Ellis Family Charitable Foundation

$1,000 - $4,999

J. J. Keller Foundation, Inc.

Champion for Youth Society

Robert Earl McConnell Foundation

M. D. Anderson Foundation

McMahon Foundation

The Sandra Atlas Bass and Edythe & Sol G. Atlas Fund, Inc.

The Hilda Mullen Foundation

Bergman Family Foundation

SunTrust Banks, Inc.

The Community Foundation For Greater Atlanta, Inc.

Turner Foundation Inc.

Golden State Foods Miriam and Peter Haas Fund

Duchossois Family Foundation

Walton Family Foundation, Inc.

$5,000 - $9,999 Circle of Hope Society Anonymous Foundation

The PNC Foundation

Ruth D. Wetherbee Foundation Fund

2010

DONORS


OFFICERS and GOVERNORS OFFICERS Robbie Bach

Chairman Emeritus

Rick Goings

Chairman Emeritus

Peter L. Haynes Chairman Emeritus

M. Anne Szostak Chairman Emeritus

Emil Brolick

Chairman of the Board

Linda J. Dimopoulos Windermere, FL

Thomas J. Falk

Chairman and CEO Kimberly-Clark Corporation Dallas, TX

Ruth A. Fattori Stuart, FL

Chairman and Founder Essence Magazine Senior Advisor Solera Capital New York, NY

Pedro Lichtinger

President and CEO Optimer Pharmaceuticals, Inc. San Diego, CA

Edward A. Malloy, C.S.C.

Jeff M. Fettig

Roxanne Spillett President and CEO

Thomas J. Falk

Helena B. Foulkes

President Emeritus University of Notre Dame Notre Dame, IN

Valerie Clark McNeely Newtown Square, PA

Dana G. Mead

Vice Chairman

Executive Vice President – Chief Health Care Strategy and Marketing Officer CVS Caremark Woonsocket, RI

Ronald L. Sargent

Ronald J. Gidwitz

Chairman and CEO Milbank Winthrop & Co. New York, NY

Condoleezza Rice Vice Chairman

Jack L. Stahl

LEADERS

Edward T. Lewis

New York, NY

Chairman & CEO Whirlpool Corporation Benton Harbor, MI

Vice Chairman

2010

Jean C. Crystal

Vice Chairman

Michael E. Tennenbaum Vice Chairman

Gary C. Wendt Treasurer

Jean C. Crystal Secretary

Edward A. Malloy, C.S.C. Ethicist

Partner GCG Partners Chicago, IL

Boston, MA

Jeremiah Milbank, III

Peter C. Morse

Rick Goings

Chairman and CEO Tupperware Brands Corporation Orlando, FL

William Goodell

Chief Operating Officer & Limited Partner Maverick Capital Equity Partners New York, NY

Myron Gray

President Morse Partners Ltd. West Conshohocken, PA

Dr. Condoleezza Rice

Senior Fellow Hoover Institution Stanford University Stanford, CA

Ronald L. Sargent

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Staples, Inc. Framingham, MA

REGIONAL CHAIRMEN Jeff M. Fettig Chairman, Midwest Region

Senior Vice President, U.S. Operations UPS Atlanta, GA

M. Anne Szostak

Ken Griffey, Jr.

Chairman, Northeast Region

Windermere, FL

Jeffrey O. Henley

Peter L. Haynes

Chairman, Pacific Region

Yarmouth, ME

President & CEO Szostak Partners Providence, RI

Myron Gray

Jeffrey O. Henley

Michael E. Tennenbaum

Chairman, Southeast Region

Phillip W. Tonge

Chairman, Southwest Region

BOARD OF GOVERNORS Robert J. Bach Medina, WA

Emil J. Brolick

Chief Operating Officer Yum! Brands Irvine, CA

Anthony P. Conza

Founder, Blimpie International, Inc. Chairman, Conza Capital Corporation Woodstock, NY

Jack L. Stahl New York, NY

M. Anne Szostak

Chairman Oracle Corporation Santa Barbara, CA

Senior Managing Partner Tennenbaum Capital Partners, LLC Santa Monica, CA

Daniel R. Hesse

Allan R. Tessler

CEO Sprint Nextel Corporation Overland Park, KS

Chairman Epoch Investment Partners Wilson, WY

Lewis Katz

Phillip W. Tonge

Katz, Ettin, Levine Cherry Hill, NJ

Mark H. Lazarus

Chairman NBC Sports Group New York, NY

President Spark Energy Houston, TX

Denzel Washington Los Angeles, CA

Gary C. Wendt Fort Lauderdale, FL

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Senior Vice President Microsoft Corporation Redmond, WA

LIFE MEMBER GOVERNORS Gerald W. Blakeley, Jr.

Moore Gates, Jr.

C. J. Silas

George Vincent Grune

GOVERNORS EMERITI Wayne Allen

Princeton, NJ

Ponte Vedra Beach, FL

Houston, TX

Edward M. Liddy

President Blakeley Investment Company Boston, MA

Retired Chairman & CEO Allstate Insurance Company Chicago, IL

The Honorable Arnold I. Burns

Wayne R. Sanders

New York, NY

Bartlesville, OK

Don H. Davis, Jr.

Chairman Emeritus Rockwell Automation Milwaukee, WI

Chairman Dr Pepper Snapple Group Dallas, TX

Gary J. Fernandes

Chairman FLF Investments Dallas, TX

TRUSTEES TRUSTEES Henry L. Aaron

Senior Vice President Atlanta Braves Atlanta, GA

David E. Alexander Vice Chairman Ernst and Young LLP Dallas, TX

Charlotte J. Anderson

Exec. VP of Branding/President of Charities Dallas Cowboys Football Club Irving, TX

Nina N. Ansary

President The Ansary Foundation Los Angeles, CA

William A. Blase

Sr. Exec. VP Human Resources AT&T, Inc. Dallas, TX

Alan L. Boeckmann

Chairman and Retired CEO Fluor Corporation Irving, TX

Robert S. Boswell Chairman and CEO Laramie Energy, LLC Denver, CO

Timothy P. Boyle President and CEO Columbia Sportswear Portland, OR

Peter D. Brundage

Mr. David P. Brush Lake Forest, IL

Kenneth P. Cohen

Vice President, Public Affairs Exxon Mobil Corporation Irving, TX

Martin A. Cozyn

Executive Vice President, Human Resources Occidental Petroleum Corporation Los Angeles, CA

Ms. Denise L. Daniels President The Moodsters Minneapolis, MN

Stephanie A. Davis Senior Director Spencer Stuart Los Angeles, CA

Salvador Diaz Verson, Jr.

Chairman and President Diaz Verson Capital Investments University Park, FL

R. G. Drake

Group Pres., N. America, Europe, Africa and M. East Tupperware Brands Corporation Orlando, FL

Frederic M. Edelman

Kathryn K. Briger New York, NY

Chairman and CEO Edelman Financial Services, LLC Fairfax, VA

Thaddeus B. Brown

Steven S. Elbaum

Chief Executive Officer

Rocket Ball, Ltd. Houston, TX

Jane L. Emison

Managing Director Goldman, Sachs and Company Dallas, TX

Chairman and CEO The Alpine Group, Inc. East Rutherford, NJ

Owner Jane Larson Emison Designs Wayzata, MN

Patrick J. Esser

President Cox Communications, Inc. Atlanta, GA

Thomas J. Fazio

President Fazio Golf Course Designers, Inc. Hendersonville, NC

Paul Fitzhenry

VP, Corporate Communications Tyco International, Ltd. Princeton, NJ

William C. Ford, Sr.

Retired Ford Motor Executive William & Martha Ford Fund Detroit, MI

David L. Garin

Group Vice President, Industrial Products BNSF Railway Company Roanoke, TX

Mr. David George

President LongHorn Steakhouse Restaurants Orlando, FL

Mark J. Glasky

EVP, National Banking Division Bank of the West San Francisco, CA

William H. Glenn

President, Global Merchant Services American Express Company New York, NY

John S. Griswold, Jr.

Managing Director and Senior Vice President Commonfund Institute Wilton, CT

2010 LEADERS


Mike Groff

Group Vice President, Sales, Marketing and Product Development Americas Region Toyota Financial Services Torrance, CA

Irwin R. Gross

Managing Director, COO Sequoia Capital Menlo Park, CA

Amy M. Grossman Managing Director Credit Suisse San Francisco, CA

Denise Harned Norwalk, CT

Constance L. Heldman

President Datanation Services Corporation Tiburon, CA

Preston B. Heller, Jr. Chagrin Falls, OH

Jeffrey N. Hogan

Managing Director; Head of West. Region Invst Bnkg Morgan Stanley and Co. Los Angeles, CA

2010 LEADERS

Peter Kiriacoulacos

Senior Vice President and Chief Procurement Officer Comcast Corporation Philadelphia, PA

Scott W. Klein

Chief Executive Officer SuperMedia Inc. DFW Airport, TX

Jarrett Kling

Managing Director ING Clarion Real Estate Securities Radnor, PA

Karen Kurrasch

Vice President, Investments UBS Financial Services Inc. New York, NY

Joe W. Laymon

Vice President, Human Resources, Medical and Security Chevron Corporation San Ramon, CA

Jeffrey Le Sage

Partner Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP Los Angeles, CA

Aron Levine

Managing Partner Tennenbaum Capital Partners, LLC Santa Monica, CA

Managing Director, Head of GWIM Credit and Lending Bank of America, Global Wealth and Investment Management Atlanta, GA

Charles Humbard

Mr. Steven Lieberman

Mark K. Holdsworth

President Gospel Music Channel Atlanta, GA

Edward R. James

Chairman Edward R. James Partners, LLC Glenview, IL

Cal Johnston

Chairman The Johnston Group Agoura Hills, CA

S. Wayne Kay

Chief Executive Officer Response Biomedical Corporation Vancouver, BC

Samuel A. Keesal, Jr.

Chairman Host Hotels and Resorts Bethesda, MD

Mr. Roland Martel

Executive VP Illinois Tool Works (ITW) Glenview, IL

Eugene M. McQuade

Chief Executive Officer Citibank N.A. New York, NY

Liz Minyard Dallas, TX

Alfred M. Multari

Vice President, Sales Operations and Customer Development Nestle USA, Inc. Glendale, CA

James J. Mulva

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer ConocoPhillips Houston, TX

C. W. Murchison, III Dallas, TX William C. Mutterperl Partner Reed Smith LLP New York, NY

Alfred C. Liggins III

Managing Director PSP Capital Partners, LLC Chicago, IL

CEO and President Radio One, Inc. Lanham, MD

Mr. Jim Logothetis Partner Ernst & Young Chicago, IL

Athens, GA

Mr. Troy Noard

Craig Omtvedt

Senior Vice President and CFO Fortune Brands, Inc. Deerfield, IL

Mr. Hank Orme

Jeff B. Love

Chairman, Houston Office Locke Lord Bissell & Liddell LLP Houston, TX

Mr. Juan Luciano

Patrick J. Kelly

S. Todd Maclin

CEO CB Richard Ellis Investors Los Angeles, CA

Richard E. Marriott

James L. Newland

Executive VP and COO ADM Decatur, IL

Matt Khourie

President Verifications, Inc. Maple Grove, MN

Vice President and Managing Director Amway Corporation Ada, MI

Founding Partner Keesal, Young & Logan Long Beach, CA

Professor and Chairman NYU Medical Center New York, NY

Curtis Marks

CEO, Commercial Banking JPMorgan Chase & Co. Dallas, TX

Bernard S. Malkove President Malkove & Associates Mobile, AL

President and Chief Operating Officer Lincoln Industries Lincoln, NE

Robert C. Osborne

President The Osborne Group, Inc. Mt. Kisco, NY

Jeffrey Pachter

Chief Operating Officer QSP, Inc./ A Time Inc. Company Stamford, CT

Eric R. Pagel

Managing Partner and Portfolio Manager Tennenbaum Capital Partners, LLC Santa Monica, CA

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Executive Chairman and Chief Executive Officer MoneyGram International, Inc. Dallas, TX

James M. Peck

Chief Executive Officer LexisNexis Alpharetta, GA

Douglas L. Perlman Founder and CEO Sports Media Advisors New Canaan, CT

Drew Pfirrman

Vice President and General Counsel M&T Bank Buffalo, NY

Mark Pierce

Eric Shanks

Peter J. Tucker

John D. Shlesinger

John P. Underwood

Mr. Chad A. Shultz

Celia Wallace

Mark W. Shurtleff

Donna M. Wilson

President Fox Sports Beverly Hills, CA

Senior Vice President, Branch Manager Chubb & Son New York, NY

Vice Chairman CB Richard Ellis, Inc. Atlanta, GA

Managing Director Goldman Sachs & Company San Francisco, CA

Partner Ford & Harrison, LLP Atlanta, GA

Chairman and CEO Southern Medical Health Systems Mobile, AL

Partner Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP Irvine, CA

Mr. Andrew Silvernail

Managing Director Korn/Ferry International Chicago, IL

VP Grp. Exec. Health and Science Tech. and Global Disp Idex Corporation Lake Forest, IL

Thomas J. Powell

Steven K. Skinner

CEO Resolute Capital Partners Reno, NV

Chief Executive Officer KemperSports, Inc. Northbrook, IL

Ms. Paula Prahl

Roland C. Smith

SVP, Communications, Public Affairs and Corp. Resp. Best Buy Co., Inc. Richfield, MN

Brian T. Prinn

Christopher C. Womack

EVP-Southern Co./President, External Affairs Georgia Power Company Atlanta, GA

Dennison Young, Jr. Managing Director Giuliani Partners LLC New York, NY

President and CEO Arby’s Restaurant Group Atlanta, GA

Stuart Snyder

Chairman and CEO Skye Inc. Newport Beach, CA

President for Animation, Young Adult and Kids Media Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. Atlanta, GA

David L. Pugh

Paul Spengler

Brian Rolapp

Lisa J. Stevens

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Applied Industrial Technologies, Inc. Cleveland, OH

Vice President, Global Diversity and Inclusion American Express Company White Plains, NY

George Young Carlsbad, CA Colette C. Young Dallas, TX

LIFE MEMBER TRUSTEES Ross Barrett Los Angeles, CA

Daniel W. Cook, III Senior Advisor MHT Partners Dallas, TX

Executive Vice President Pebble Beach Company Pebble Beach, CA

The Honorable Melvin R. Laird

Senior VP, Media Strategy and Digital Media NFL Charities New York, NY

Regional President, California Wells Fargo Los Angeles, CA

Senior Counselor, National and Int’l Affairs The Reader’s Digest Assoc., Inc. Washington, DC

Andra M. Rush

Ronald D. Sugar

Chairman Emeritus Northrop Grumman Corporation Los Angeles, CA

Hillie M. Mahoney

President and Chief Executive Officer Rush Trucking Corporation Wayne, MI

Robert W. Savage

Chief Operating Officer Taco Bell Corporation Irvine, CA

Carolyn Schwab Pomerantz President Charles Schwab Foundation San Francisco, CA

David Seaton CEO Fluor Corporation Irving, TX

Wim H.J. Selders Temecula, CA

Chairman Cole Taylor Bank Rosemont, IL

The Hearst Corporation New York, NY

Mr. Eric Tech

Claire D. Smith

President Navistar Engine Group Melrose Park, IL Plano, TX

Gilbert C. Maurer

Retired Executive Vice President and COO

Bruce W. Taylor

Mary Templeton

Palm Beach, FL

Atlanta, GA

James B. Williams

Andrew R. Tennenbaum President Flashpoint Entertainment Beverly Hills, CA

Retired Chairman SunTrust Banks, Inc. Atlanta, GA

J. Barnett Woodruff Chairman J. W. & Ethel I. Woodruff Foundation Columbus, GA

2010 LEADERS


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