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ANNUAL REPORT


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OFFICER’S LETTER Thank you for your support of Boys & Girls Clubs of America (BGCA) in 2015. Your generosity and commitment to our mission help provide the resources we need as we work to expand opportunities for all of America’s youth and elevate BGCA’s position as America’s premier youth service provider. In 2015, we continued to be at the forefront of the youth development field. Our own data from 2015 has shown us that a high-quality Club Experience can make a huge difference in the lives of young people. Kids and teens who attend a Club at least once a week and report having a high-quality Club Experience achieve more positive results in our priority outcome areas of Academic Success, Good Character and Citizenship, and Healthy Lifestyles. BGCA also further cemented its position as a thought leader in youth development, holding two Great Thinks. Both events brought together experts and influencers from the public, private and nonprofit sectors to lay out long-term strategies to address vital issues. The first focused on teens. The second focused on health and wellness. We also held the inaugural Safer Childhoods Network Symposium, laying the foundation for identifying and implementing prevention and risk management strategies to ensure youth safety in out-of-school-time environments. With help from celebrity ambassadors, corporate partners and media sponsors, we also launched our national Alumni & Friends Club. The Alumni Club is a powerful tool that allows former members to stay in touch with old friends, connect with new ones and welcome new suppor ters to the Boys & Girls Club Movement. BGCA is now better positioned to bring our (evidence-based) programming to more youth than ever before and spread awareness of the tremendous opportunities Clubs provide for America’s kids and teens. We could not have reached this point without the giving spirit and belief in our mission shown by our partners and donors. Thank you again for your continued support.

Jack Stahl Chairman

James L. Clark President and CEO

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2015 MOVEMENT PROFILE* Mission:

To enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens. 4,200 chartered Club facilities, including approximately:

1,520

480

960

290

170

school-based Clubs

BGCA-affiliated Youth Centers on U.S. military installations worldwide

Clubs in rural areas

Clubs in public housing

Clubs on on Native lands, making Boys & Girls Clubs the largest youth development provider to Native youth.

3.82 million YOUTH SERVED

49%

non-members

were from local neighborhoods who participate in community outreach programs, activities and special events.

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1.96 million registered members 1.86 million youth served through community outreach

51%

Club members who

were participate in daily programs and services.


353,000 adult staff and volunteers 58,000 adult professional staff 270,000 program volunteers 25,000 board members

Member demographics:

AGES

ETHNICITY

30%

10%

16 and older

White

27%

19%

13-15

Black or African-American

23% 6% 3%

30%

10-12

2% 36% 6-9

5%

5 and under

Hispanic or Latino Two or more races Asian American Indian or Alaska Native

6%

Unknown

2%

Some other race

1%

Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander

On a typical day,

GENDER

59%

of Club members qualify for free or reduced-price school lunches

45%

55%

438,000 children and teens enter the doors of a Boys & Girls Club

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UNIQUE CHARACTERISTICS OF BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS Boys & Girls Clubs serve small towns, large metropolitan areas, public housing communities, and Native populations. Club programs and services also enrich the lives of youth in public and private schools, as well as those who live on U.S. military installations worldwide. Clubs are community-based, building-centered and led by professional staff. They offer youth development programs, determined by local necessity and available resources, to meet the interests and needs of young people ages 6-18.

BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS PROVIDE: • • • •

Safe places to play, laugh, discover and learn during out-of-school time, including the summer. Life-changing programs that help youth advance in three key outcome areas: Academic Success, Good Character and Citizenship, and Healthy Lifestyles. Opportunities to build new skills so that kids can succeed and receive recognition for personal accomplishments. Ongoing, supportive relationships with caring adults and friends that foster a sense of belonging, responsibility, civility and civic engagement.

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HOW THE NATIONAL ORGANIZATION SERVES LOCAL CLUBS In 1906, 53 local Clubs banded together to establish a national organization. Since then, the national organization, now known as Boys & Girls Clubs of America, and local Clubs have collaborated to help America’s youth reach their full potential. Through its Atlanta headquarters, regional service centers and Washington, D.C., Government Relations office, 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: • Assisting Clubs with outcome-based program planning and evaluation; • Providing comprehensive child safety resources to protect youth and position Boys & Girls Clubs as catalysts for child protection; • Helping community leaders establish new Clubs and expand existing ones; • Providing training experiences, management consultations and resources for staff development, volunteer recruitment, marketing, fundraising, compensation and benefits administration; • Promoting greater public awareness about the Movement’s mission and impact; and • Addressing legislative and public policy issues affecting young people and the volunteer sector.

SAFETY: OUR TOP PRIORITY Keeping young people safe was the fundamental motivation that led to the founding of the Boys & Girls Club Movement. More than a century and a half later, it continues to be our top priority. As a Movement, and as individuals, we strive to create safe places for children and teens. BGCA provides comprehensive safety services and resources to Clubs, addressing a wide range of emotional and physical safety risks and equipping Clubs for critical incident prevention, preparation, response and recovery. Including a safety component in virtually every BGCA training program has been one of the most important ways of increasing overall awareness and interest in safety and developing safety leadership across the Boys & Girls Club Movement. In addition, our Safety Peer Consultant Program prepares select local Club safety leaders to provide technical support and consultation to neighboring Clubs. Boys & Girls Clubs of America also hosted the inaugural National Safer Childhoods Symposium to promote safety leadership by disseminating evidence-based and promising practices in out-of-school time safety and risk management to be immediately implemented by local and national youth programs in order to make lasting improvements in youth safety.

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SUPPORTING YOUTH OUTCOMES For young people to achieve great futures, they must excel academically, give back to their community and take responsibility for their well-being. To support these key outcomes, BGCA provides national programs that focus on Academic Success, Good Character and Citizenship, and Healthy Lifestyles. We extend our sincere thanks for the generous support of our 2015 partners and sponsors in these impact areas.

In 2015, Aaron’s supported the Keystone Program, BGCA’s premier character and social action program, designed to inspire service and leadership in teen Club members. Aaron’s provided funding to build or refresh four Boys & Girls Club Teen Centers. In addition, Aaron’s is the largest sponsor of the National Keystone Conference, BGCA’s annual teen conference.

Archer Daniels Midland Company (ADM), one of the world’s largest agricultural processors and food ingredient providers, partners with BGCA in support of health and wellness programming to promote great futures for a healthier generation.

Altria’s support helps build Clubs’ capacity to recruit and retain members through BGCA’s More Members, More Often initiative. In addition, Altria’s Success360° program connects Clubs with other youth-serving organizations, helping kids increase new memberships and members’ average daily attendance.

Anthem Foundation’s longstanding relationship with BGCA helps bring critical nutrition and exercise programming to communities and Clubs throughout the nation, advancing BGCA’s efforts to combat the growing rate of childhood obesity through the holistic health and wellness program, Triple Play.

In 2015, Argosy Foundation’s multi-year grant enabled BGCA to continue to provide instrumental support to Boys & Girls Club State Alliances, which generate collective state funding to build capacity of local Clubs, and for the third year in a row, exceeded ambitious fundraising goals.

AT&T is committed to advancing education, strengthening communities and improving lives through their sponsorship of BE GREAT: Graduate, which helps students at-risk of dropping out of school to get back on track. In 2015, AT&T provided more than 10,000 hours of mentoring through the Aspire Mentoring Program, which equips students with the resources they need to graduate from high school with a plan for the future. 8 | Boys & Girls Clubs of America


The S.D. Bechtel, Jr. Foundation has enabled BGCA to enhance its system of continuous learning and adult practitioner training for the Movement’s cadre of adult professional staff and volunteers to strengthen Club and staff practices that increase youth development and character-building outcomes.

In 2015, Bridgestone Retail Operations (BSRO) and BGCA partnered with a cause campaign at BSRO stores nationwide to support increasing Clubs’ average daily attendance. BSRO’s partnership empowers Clubs to serve more members, more often and ensures every kid and teen is engaged productively during out-of-school time.

A BGCA partner since 2013, Buffalo Wild Wings supports the development and growth of ALL STARS team sports through its Team Up for Kids mission. These high-quality football, basketball, cheer and dance programs are designed to build character and teach Club youth skills that help them succeed on and off the field.

Since 2004, the Charles Schwab Foundation has partnered with BGCA to develop and administer Money Matters: Make it Count, BGCA’s financial literacy program designed to prepare participants for college and career, which has impacted more than 725,000 youth. In 2015, Charles Schwab launched the Money Matters Reality Store, which provides an interactive experience in which youth learn how financial choices affect future outcomes.

Citi Foundation partners with BGCA in support of the Million Members, Million Hours of Service initiative, designed to provide Club members with resources and opportunities to implement service learning and community service projects, with the goal to provide one million hours of community service over five years.

The Coca-Cola Company has supported Boys & Girls Clubs for almost 70 years, and continues to partner with Boys & Girls Clubs through Triple Play, BGCA’s premier health and wellness program, volunteer engagement and local support of other activations.

Comcast NBCUniversal has supported local Boys & Girls Clubs for more than 15 years, and today is BGCA’s national sponsor of digital literacy. In 2015, Comcast continued to support My.Future, BGCA’s new technology initiative designed to teach Club members about the digital world, ignite their passions and ensure all kids are prepared with the technology skills needed for success in the 21st century workforce.

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Red Nose Day, which raised $23 million in 2015, partnered with BGCA to help support their mission of reducing the number of children living in poverty around the world. Funds from Red Nose Day support vital BGCA programs dedicated to the Academic Success of our youth, specifically SPARK, an early literacy intervention program, and Summer Brain Gain. In addition, funding from Red Nose Day went to support capacity-building in Native Clubs in Indian Country.

In 2015, longtime partner Deerbrook Charitable Trust continued its critical support of BGCA’s Advancing Philanthropy, a transformational fundraising and sustainability planning effort. Advancing Philanthropy works to embed a culture of philanthropy in Clubs that increases organizational and fundraising capacities to generate greater community investments in the critical work of our Movement.

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For more than 50 years, Disney and BGCA have worked together to inspire generations of leaders, innovators and dreamers. As the Presenting Sponsor of BGCA’s National Youth of the Year program, Disney supports and recognizes those Club members who exemplify leadership and service, academic excellence and Healthy Lifestyles, inspiring our entire Movement of 4 million youth to achieve great futures.

The Flour Foundation has partnered with Boys & Girls Clubs of America to serve youth on military installations worldwide. Each year, Fluor sponsors a Military Teen Summit, which includes training on a variety of topics, including effective communication, resiliency, and reintegration in order to build leadership skills among teens on installations.

Gap, Inc. has partnered with Boys & Girls Clubs of America for more than 15 years. In 2015, Gap continued to expand their impact through causemarketing campaigns supporting back-to-school and holiday efforts. Gap stores raised funds in support of our local Clubs and collected new and gently used clothing and backpacks that were donated to provide kids in Clubs with the essentials they need to go back to school.

A longtime supporter of local Boys & Girls Clubs, in 2015 HSBC expanded their commitment to BGCA in honor of their 150-year anniversary. HSBC is collaborating with BGCA to expand Clubs’ Academic Success programming in summer learning, STEM, career exploration and the arts.

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JCPenney has been a partner with BGCA for over 25 years, supporting after-school programs and military services. JCPenney and JCPenney Cares are committed to helping children succeed by keeping them safe, healthy and engaged beyond the classroom through high-quality, affordable afterschool programing that helps kids reach their full potential.

W.K. Kellogg Foundation supports SPARK, a comprehensive early literacy program designed to improve the early learning outcomes of high-need public school students in kindergarten through third grade. The innovative program, run in schools that partner with Boys & Girls Clubs, develops students’ cognitive, social and emotional readiness through intervention in school, out of school and at home.

Kimberly-Clark has partnered with BGCA for over seven years, most recently supporting SMART Girls, a program that encourages Healthy Lifestyles and relationships for adolescent females.

In 2015, Kraft Foods Group Foundation launched the Kraft Great Futures Kitchens program, which provides kitchen renovations to Clubs across the country to increase the adoption of healthy eating behaviors and improve access to healthy food among low-income youth and their families.

Lowe’s has partnered with BGCA since 2009 to provide building and refurbishment grants to local Clubs to increase safety and comfort for Club youth. In 2015, Lowe’s support helped update more than 20 Clubs across the country with a variety of facility needs ranging from replacing a gym floor and security system to building a music room.

Since 2010, Macy’s partnership with BGCA has made a difference in local communities through enriching, educational programs that promote kids’ Academic Success. During the 2015 holiday season, Macy’s raised over $1 million to support BGCA and local Clubs as part of its “Thanks for Sharing” campaign.

In 2015, Maytag and BGCA continued their shared commitment to recognize dependability through the Maytag Dependable Leader Awards, honoring outstanding Club professionals and volunteers. Recipients received this distinction, along with $20,000 to support their Clubs’ efforts to provide a safe, dependable environment for kids and teens.

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Microsoft has been a BGCA partner for nearly two decades, with a focus on increasing opportunities for youth to learn computer science and empowering them to achieve more for themselves, their families and their communities. Microsoft currently supports the development of a Computer Science Pathway, Digitizing Youth Development and the optimal Club Experience.

National Vision, Inc. joined BGCA in the fall of 2015 to launch a new nationwide vision care program for BGCA’s preventive care and wellness initiative. This partnership will provide screenings, access to comprehensive eye exams and eyeglasses, all at no cost, to members at select Boys & Girls Clubs through America’s Best Contacts & Eyeglasses retail locations.

In 2015, BGCA and longtime partner Nestle launched the National Fitness Competition, a twice-annual fitness experience designed to help Club members acquire the ability, confidence and desire to be physically active throughout the entire year and to enhance the overall culture of wellness in Clubs.

The New York Life Foundation renewed and expanded their partnership with BGCA in 2015 to help build a culture of wellness, creating a safe, nurturing, and welcoming environment in Clubs. Their support of the Be There initiative and Ready, Set, Action program allows Club staff to learn how to assist grieving youth and connect them to community resources. It also allows members to gain the necessary social and emotional skills to successfully face hardships.

Noyce Foundation

With the Noyce Foundation’s support, BGCA has conceptualized, planned and clearly defined our iSTEM strategy for unparalleled, user-centered STEM experiences outside of a traditional classroom. iSTEM helps to close the gap in STEM access and provide equity to children and youth in areas of the greatest need, igniting their passion for learning, piquing their interest in STEM-related careers and creating a viable path to a STEM career.

For over 15 years, Old Navy has supported local Clubs in their efforts to prepare kids for careers and ensure that they graduate on time, most recently through Summer Brain Gain, which helps stem summer learning loss. Funded by an in-store cause marketing campaign, the partnership provided grants and volunteer engagement to 100 Clubs.

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The Pacific Youth Foundation continued its investment in BGCA’s Child & Club Safety strategy in 2015, strengthening local Clubs’ ability to protect members and stand as national catalysts for the safety of all youth.

In 2015, BGCA launched a national partnership with Planet Fitness as part of their Judgement Free Generation platform to support bullying prevention efforts in Clubs across the country. Together with STOMP Out Bullying, a leading anti-bullying organization, this partnership will create targeted programs and educational resources designed to empower teens and Boys & Girls Club professionals to create a culture where bullying is not accepted and kindness prevails.

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Raytheon joined with BGCA to establish 22 STEM Centers of Innovation at Clubs and Youth Centers on and around U.S. military installations worldwide. STEM Centers of Innovation engage kids in applying the concepts of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics to real-life experiences, prompting innovation, critical thinking and the exploration of problem solving through project-based learning. Through STEM Centers of Innovation, BGCA and Raytheon are providing military-connected youth with the tools and skills they need to prepare for college, civilian careers or enlistment in the armed services.

Ross has been a valued partner to Boys & Girls Clubs for over 10 years, and today is a national sponsor of Power Hour, BGCA’s interactive homework assistance program. In addition to providing scholarships to graduating Club seniors, Ross hosts grand opening events for select Ross Dress for Less and dd’s DISCOUNTS stores to benefit local Clubs. In 2015, Ross partnered with BGCA for the Open the Door to Great Futures Campaign, engaging Ross customers in one of our most successful cause marketing activations.

Samsung’s partnership with BGCA provides Club members with the tools they need for a successful future in STEM fields through an impactful program module called Building Blocks. In addition, Samsung supported BGCA through the design of Tween Tech Centers. Fully equipped with Samsung technology, these high-tech learning spaces enable students to access a STEM-focused curriculum designed specifically for middle schoolaged youth at Boys & Girls Clubs.

With the goal of ensuring every young person has a #CyberSafe future, Sprint supports BGCA’s media safety initiative by providing tools and resources to teach parents, guardians, educators and youth about important issues like cyberbullying, online privacy and mobile safety. 2015 Annual Report | 13


Since 2013, the Taco Bell Foundation and BGCA’s historic partnership has supported the country’s next generation of leaders: America’s teens. Taco Bell committed $30 million over five years to provide critical resources and programs that inspire and enable teens to graduate from high school and unlock opportunities for college and the workforce.

Beginning locally in 2007 and growing into a national partnership, Toyota is proud to support Boys & Girls Clubs in their efforts to provide fun and life-enhancing opportunities for kids. Toyota is the Signature Partner of BGCA’s National Youth of the Year program, which honors our nation’s most remarkable youth on their path to great futures and encourages all kids to lead, succeed and inspire. Toyota also provides dedicated volunteers, college scholarships, internship programs and vehicles to local Clubs.

United Health Foundation has partnered with BGCA to develop an innovative resiliency and reintegration initiative designed to help teach positive responses and coping mechanisms for the unique challenges military-connected youth face. This program will provide an arsenal of resources to military families and military-connected youth to help them develop resiliency and handle all aspects of reintegration through all stages of deployment and through reintegration into the civilian community.

University of Phoenix’s partnership with BGCA provides education and skilldevelopment opportunities for tomorrow’s leaders through the National Youth of the Year program. University of Phoenix also provides 30 full-tuition scholarships each year to Boys & Girls Club professionals, ensuring a culture of achievement throughout the Club environment.

In February of 2015, U.S. Cellular and Boys & Girls Clubs of America joined together to launch the “Building Better Communities” initiative. U.S. Cellular works with BGCA and local Clubs to develop successful volunteer engagement programs in support of STEM education and Academic Success.

In 2015, The Wallace Foundation’s multi-year investment in BGCA’s Youth Arts Initiative tested research-based strategies to provide innovative, highquality arts programming for urban, low-income youth. Through the Youth Arts Initiative, practicing professional artists provide opportunities to Club members that stimulate learning, inspire creativity and encourage self-expression.

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Robert W. Woodruff Foundation’s multi-year investment supports building Club capacity at Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Atlanta, in the state of Georgia and throughout the southeast. Their dedication and support has allowed BGCA to make transformational progress in the areas of strengthening local boards, increasing program impact, developing strong executive leadership, ensuring child and Club safety, and increasing local sustainability.

The Verizon Foundation continued its partnership with BGCA in 2015, supporting the second phase of the App Lab pilot, a coding program that teaches Club kids the fundamentals of computation, critical thinking and problem solving as they conceptualize and design their own apps. The Foundation also funded Digital Pathways, a new effort as part of President Obama’s ConnectEd program, in coordination with the Bureau of Indian Education, that leverages mobile technology and provides Native youth with digital literacy skills, adaptive academic enrichment, indigenous culture preservation and STEM engagement.

In 2015, the ZAC Foundation for Children’s Safety further deepened its involvement with BGCA to develop swimming ability and ensure safety in and around water for Boys & Girls Club members. Through this partnership, Clubs participated in ZAC Camps, where Club members learned about the importance of pool and open water safety.

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ANNUAL CAMPAIGNS ADVANCING PHILANTHROPY In 2015, Advancing Philanthropy, funded by the Deerbrook Charitable Trust, supported 111 Club organizations nationwide in building Club strategies and capacity to take fundraising to the next level. Graduate organizations raised $55.5 million in private funding in 2015, which will allow their Clubs to serve more young people with greater impact. This transformational gift from the Deerbrook Charitable Trust will enable BGCA to support some 500 organizations in shaping a new culture of philanthropy by infusing a major gift strategy in local Clubs’ resource development plans.

PLANNED GIVING BGCA continues to provide services that help Clubs recognize, secure and close planned gifts. More than 200 commitments with an estimated expectancy of $14.5 million were documented in 2015. Since 2003, when BGCA began assisting with planned giving, Clubs have secured more than $236.1 million in planned giving expectancies. A planned gift is a truly inspiring way to leave a personal legacy and impact lives for generations to come.

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INDIVIDUAL GIVING RECOGNITION SOCIETIES BGCA’s three national recognition societies provide a way for local Clubs to thank and honor individual donors who make an impact on children’s lives: The Jeremiah Milbank Society acknowledges generous individuals who donate unrestricted gifts of $10,000 or more to a local Club. In 2015, more than 1,670 such donors were recognized. Society members, more than 70 percent of whom were renewing members, collectively contributed $44.9 million to Clubs in 2015. The Heritage Club is a national deferred giving society that recognizes individuals who have named BGCA or a local Club in their estate plan. In 2015, BGCA recognized over 3,000 members of 245 local Heritage Clubs, an increase over previous years. The Lifetime Giving Society honors donors who show a deep commitment to Boys & Girls Clubs through significant contributions during their lifetime, totaling a cumulative $250,000. In 2015, The Lifetime Giving Society grew to 98 Clubs (an increase of 16.7 percent), recognizing a total of 394 members (an increase of 17.9 percent).

GOVERNMENT ADVOCACY: BECOMING THE VOICE FOR KIDS AND TEENS There is a national conversation about global competiveness and security, yet opportunities for kids and teens receive limited airtime in the discussion. BGCA’s advocacy program is poised to assert the needs of kids and teens as the critical factor in ensuring a prosperous nation. In 2015, BGCA began to position the Boys & Girls Club Movement as the voice of kids and teens. With the engagement of Clubs, BGCA navigated two policy fights on behalf of youth development organizations across the country: protecting 21st Century Community Learning Center funding in the Every Student Succeeds Act; and working with Clubs to protect OJJDP Youth Mentoring Funding. Together, we successfully saved the 21st Century Community Learning Center program from being block-granted and protected National Youth Mentoring funding by demonstrating the direct impact this program has on the lives of kids and teens. During our National Day of Advocacy, over 70 Major Metro Boys & Girls Clubs from across the country traveled to the nation’s capital as part of the Movement’s second year holding the event. Club staff and board members met with members of Congress, as well as White House and Department officials, explaining the needs of Clubs and the successes that are occurring across the country. Their work in Washington helped contribute to the policy victories Government Relations had in 2015. In addition, BGCA leveraged the National Youth of the Year, Congressional Baseball Game, Congressional Football Game, and Health & Wellness Great Think as opportunities to educate partners in Washington, D.C., about the great impact Clubs have in communities across the country.

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BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS ALUMNI & FRIENDS CLUB There are an estimated 16 million Club alumni who have experienced the positive, life-changing impact of a Boys & Girls Club. Former Club members share a common set of core values and experiences that make them members for life. In fact, in a 2015 Harris Poll survey, alumni said that Clubs:

KEPT THEM SAFE Nearly

90%

of alumni said the

Club was one of the best

things available in their community, and for most (69%) it was the only place to go after school

DEVELOPED THEIR CHARACTER 88% of alumni said the Club helped them know right from wrong

Four in five alumni agreed that their Club participation helped them develop a sense of

responsibility to give back to their community

ADVANCED THEIR EDUCATION

SAVED THEIR LIFE

23

of Club alumni became more

committed to their overall education because of the Club More than 33% of alumni said that,

without the Club, they would have dropped out of high school 37% of alumni said they would

not have gone to college without the Club

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Over half (54%) of all alumni, and nearly 75% of African-American males, said the Club

saved their life


DID YOU

?

KNOW

There are

16 MILLION Club alumni

Over half of all alumni said the Boys & Girls Club

SAVED THEIR LIFE

To ensure tomorrow’s youth have access to a Club and caring adult mentors, Boys & Girls Clubs of America is rallying its base of millions of alumni and friends who have been positively impacted by a Club. In a historic announcement in September 2015, we officially launched our national Alumni & Friends Club. More than two dozen celebrity alumni and advocates joined together on social media to issue a nationwide call to action asking former Club kids to show their pride as members for life. The call to action continues until our vision is fulfilled. We aim to create a grassroots network, millions of alumni and friends strong, engaged in giving back to America’s kids through advocacy, support and mentorship. Together, we can make a significant impact and serve as a powerful voice for America’s youth. If not alumni, then who?

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MILITARY SERVICES For over two decades, Boys & Girls Clubs of America and the U.S. Armed Services have partnered to help children of military families face the unique challenges of military life. Today, this enduring partnership continues to provide children of military personnel with critical youth development programs and activities, giving families the vital support they need. In 2015, BGCA ser ved 415,852 youth worldwide in 482 BGCA-affiliated Youth Centers on U.S. militar y installations worldwide. In addition, one-year, no-cost memberships are provided to children of the approximately 70 percent of military families who live outside installations. In 2015, more than 21,987 military youth were served by nearly 1,437 traditional Clubs. The Armed Services also received grants in cash and in kind in the amount of $2,540,015.82

NATIVE SERVICES In 2015, as part of our 24-year ongoing commitment to Native youth, Boys & Girls Clubs of America served over 86,000 Native youth at 170 Clubs in 25 states, representing 90 different American Indian, Alaska Native and Hawaiian communities. BGCA continues to be the nation’s largest Native youth-serving agency. Clubs serve Native youth in their communities and on reservations, providing culturally-sensitive targeted programs to help them do well in school, focus on their overall health and give back to their communities.

AWARDS AND HONORS In 2015, BGCA recognized several of our wonderful supporters for their extraordinary devotion to Clubs and kids. For their unwavering support of the Great Futures Campaign, Comcast received the Great Futures Award. For their ongoing support of BGCA’s mission, Buffalo Wild Wings received the Corporate Philanthropy Award, and the Noyce Foundation and New York Life received the Foundation Philanthropy Award. Tim Ubben received the Individual Philanthropy Award. For expanding their impact by raising funds and collecting back-to-school items for Club kids, longtime BGCA partner Gap, Inc. received the Cause Marketing Award.

DEDICATED LEADERSHIP Boys & Girls Clubs of America’s distinguished Board of Governors welcomed four new members in 2015. Mr. Clarence Otis, of Windermere, Florida, Former Chairman and CEO, Darden Restaurants Mr. Eric Shanks, of Beverly Hills, California, President, COO and Executive Producer, Fox Sports Mr. Eugene M. McQuade, of East Greenwich, Rhode Island, Retired Vice Chairman, Citigroup Mr. Martin Waters, of Columbus, Ohio, President, International Limited Brands, Inc.

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DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI 2015 – 2016 National Youth of the Year Whitney Stewart

Earl Carlyss Violinist and Faculty Member at the Juilliard School Boys Club of Pasadena, California

Monique Mosley Business Executive Boys & Girls Club of Dayton, Ohio

Ruth E. Carter Costume Designer The Springfield Family Center Boys & Girls Club: Springfield, Massachusetts

Andre Reed NFL Hall of Fame Wide Receiver Boys & Girls Club of Allentown, Pennsylvania

Robert Gamez Professional Golfer Lied Memorial Boys & Girls Club: Las Vegas, Nevada

Trey Songz Singer, Songwriter, Rapper, Record Producer and Actor Boys & Girls Club of Panama City, Florida

Denyce Graves Opera Singer Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Washington, D.C.

Larry Young CEO of Dr. Pepper/Snapple Boys Club of Springfield, Missouri

Vince McMahon CEO of World Wrestling Entertainment Elizabeth City Boys Club: Elizabeth City, North Carolina 2015 Annual Report | 21


2015 BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS OF AMERICA (INCLUDING SUBSIDIARIES) INCOME & EXPENSES GIFT SUPPORT

Consolidating 2015 INCOME % Individuals.......................................................................

5,106,189

2.8%

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

81,866,504

45.6%

Foundations..................................................................... 11,307,114

6.3%

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

6,103,569

3.4%

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

1,470,529 8

0.8%

Public Grants (Govt Grants)............................................... 61,624,866 **

34.3%

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

93.2%

169,998,455

OTHER REVENUE Dues from Clubs.............................................................. 9,645,737

5.4%

Investment Income........................................................... 355,737

0.2%

Investment Transactions Including Unrealized Gains........... 484,202

0.3%

Miscellaneous................................................................. 1,758,567

0.9%

Total Other Revenue............................................................ 12,244,243

6.8%

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

179,723,014

100.0%

PROGRAM SERVICES FOR CLUBS

%

.................................................................. EXPENSES On-Site Assisance To Member Clubs.................................. 65,232,838

34.9%

Leadership Training and Development of Youth Programs.... 89,702,753

0.2%

Total Program Services....................................................... 154,935,591

82.9%

SUPPORTING SERVICES Fund Raising.................................................................... 10,709,478

5.7%

Management and General................................................. 21,340,454

11.4%

Total Supporting Services................................................... 32,049,932

17.1%

Total Expenses.................................................................... 186,985,523

100.0%

2015 NET ASSETS: Unrestricted..................................................................... 168,960,917 Temporarily Restricted...................................................... 195,483,185 Permanently Restricted.....................................................

33,795,614

Total Net Assets................................................................. 398,239,716 ** Of this $ 53,967,175 was passed through to member organizations 22 | Boys & Girls Clubs of America


2015 BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS OF AMERICA (NATIONAL ORGANIZATION ONLY) INCOME & EXPENSES GIFT SUPPORT

Consolidating 2015 INCOME % Individuals....................................................................... 3,181,058

2.40%

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

59.80%

79,673,835

Foundations..................................................................... 11,307,114

8.50%

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

5,896,737

4.40%

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

1,470,529

1.10%

Public Grants (Govt Grants)............................................... 22,925,371 **

17.20%

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

93.40%

124,454,644

OTHER REVENUE Dues from Clubs.............................................................. 6,937,046

5.20%

Investment Income........................................................... 351,220

0.30%

Investment Transactions Including Unrealized Gains........... 484,202

0.40%

Miscellaneous................................................................. 988,957

0.70%

Total Other Revenue............................................................ 8,761,425

6.60%

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

100.0%

133,216,069

PROGRAM SERVICES FOR CLUBS

.................................................................. EXPENSES

%

On-Site Assisance to Member Clubs.................................. 65,232,838

45.9%

Leadership Training and Development of Youth Programs.... 47,735,393

33.6%

Total Program Services....................................................... 112,968,231

79.5%

SUPPORTING SERVICES Fund Raising.................................................................... 18,671,290

13.1%

Management and General................................................. 10,576,494

7.4%

Total Supporting Services................................................... 29,247,784

20.5%

Total Expenses.................................................................... 142,216,015

100.0%

2015 NET ASSETS: Unrestricted..................................................................... 166,211,938 Temporarily Restricted...................................................... 193,835,147 Permanently Restricted..................................................... 33,795,614 Total Net Assets................................................................. 393,842,699 ** Of this $19,104,657 was passed through to member organizations 2015 Annual Report | 23


OFFICERS AND GOVERNORS OFFICERS Mr. Christopher Abele Treasurer

Mr. Martin Waters Midwest Region

BOARD OF GOVERNORS

Mr. Anthony Conza* Founder, Blimpie International Chairman, Conza Capital Miami Beach, FL

Mr. Thomas J. Falk Vice Chairman

*Life Member, Board of Governors **Governor Emeritus

Mrs. Jean C. Crystal* New York, NY

Mr. Ronald J. Gidwidtz Chairman Emeritus

Mr. Christopher Abele Milwaukee County Executive Milwaukee, WI

Mr. Don H. Davis Jr.** Chairman Emeritus Rockwell Automation Milwaukee, WI

Mr. Myron Gray Chairman Elect Rev. Edward Malloy, C.S.C. Ethicist Ms. Valerie McNeeley Secretary Mr. Peter C. Morse Vice Chairman Dr. Condoleezza Rice Vice Chairman Mr. Ronald L. Sargent Vice Chairman Mr. Jack L. Stahl Chairman

REGIONAL CHAIRS Mr. William Blase Southwest Region Mr. William R. Goodell National Capital Region Mr. Myron Gray Southeast Region Mr. Eugene M. McQuade Northeast Region Mr. Eric Shanks Pacific Region 24 | Boys & Girls Clubs of America

Mr. Wayne Allen** Houston, TX Mr. Robert J. Bach Retired President Entertainment and Devices Division Microsoft Corporation Medina, WA Mrs. Lisa Bisaccia Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer CVS Health Woonsocket, RI Mr. Gerald W. Blakeley Jr.* President Blakeley Investment Co. Boston, MA Mr. William Blase Senior Executive Vice President, Human Resources AT&T, Inc. Dallas, TX Mr. Gregory Cappelli CEO, Apollo Group Chairman, Apollo Global, Inc. Chicago, IL Mr. Jim Clark President and CEO Boys & Girls Clubs of America Atlanta, GA

Mr. Wayne DeVeydt Former Executive Vice President and CFO Anthem, Inc. Indianapolis, IN Ms. Linda J. Dimopoulos Retired CFO Darden Restaurants, Inc. Windermere, FL Mr. Patrick J. Esser President Cox Communications, Inc. Atlanta, GA Mr. Thomas J. Falk Chairman and CEO Kimberly-Clark Corporation Dallas, TX Ms. Ruth A. Fattori Stuart, FL Mr. Gary J. Fernandes** Chairman FLF Investments Dallas, TX Mr. Jeff M. Fettig Chairman and CEO Whirlpool Corporation Benton Harbor, MI


Mr. Moore Gates Jr.* Retired President Rita Allen Foundation Princeton, NJ

Mr. Myron Gray President, U.S. Operations UPS Atlanta, GA

Mr. Peter Haynes* Retired President and CEO Consumers Water Company Yarmouth, ME

Mr. Ronald J. Gidwitz Partner GCG Partners Chicago, IL

Mr. Ken Griffey Jr. Retired Major League Baseball Player Windermere, FL

Mr. Jeffrey O. Henley Chairman Oracle Corporation Santa Barbara, CA

Mr. Rick Goings Chairman and CEO Tupperware Brands Corporation Orlando, FL

Mr. J. Barry Griswell Retired CEO, Chairman and President Principal Financial Group West Des Moines, IA

Mr. Daniel R. Hesse Former CEO Sprint Corporation Kansas City, MO

Mr. William R. Goodell President and COO Partner Fund Management, LP San Francisco, CA

Mr. Mark H. Lazarus Chairman NBC Sports Group Stamford, CT

2015 Annual Report | 25


NATIONAL TRUSTEES *Life Member, Board of Governors **Governor Emeritus

MIDWEST Mr. Brian Ames Senior Vice President, Portfolio Development, Feedstocks and Performance Plastics The Dow Chemical Company Midland, MI Mr. Michael Bless President and CEO Century Aluminum Chicago, IL Thomas K. “Tony” Brown Retired, Group Vice President, Global Purchasing Ford Motor Company Dearborn, MI Mr. David P. Brush CFO CPI Card Group Lake Forest, IL

Mr. Tod Lickerman Global President Cushman & Wakefield Chicago, IL

Ms. Karen Parkhill CFO Medtronic PLC Chicago, IL

Mr. Jospeh Liotine President, U.S. Operations - North Whirlpool Corporation Stevensville, MI

Mr. Mark Pierce Managing Director KornFerry International Chicago, IL

Mr. Curtis G. Marks CEO Click Boarding, LLC Eden Prairie, MN

Mr. Thomas J. Riordan President and CEO Neenah Enterprises Neenah, WI

Mr. Roland Martel Executive Vice President Illinois Tool Works (ITW) Evanston, IL

Ms. Andra M. Rush President and CEO Rush Trucking Corporation Detroit, MI

Mr. Jeff Marwil Co-Head US Business Solutions, Governance, Restructuring & Bankruptcy Group Proskauer Chicago, IL

Mr. Bruce W. Taylor Vice Chairman MB Financial Bank Northbrook, IL

Mr. Kevin Cole Illinois Market Leader Ernst & Young, LLP Chicago, IL

Ms. Mary Mitchell Senior Vice President, Victoria’s Secret International L Brands Columbus, OH

Mr. Mandell Crawley Chief Marketing Officer Morgan Stanley White Plains, NY

Mr. Michael Mohan Chief Merchandising Officer Best Buy Company, Inc. Eden Prairie, MN

Mr. John Hartmann CEO True Value Company Lake Forest, IL

Mr. Troy Noard Managing Director PSP Capital Partners, LLC Chicago, IL

Mr. David Johnson Chicago, IL

Mr. Craig P. Omtvedt Retired Senior Vice President and CFO Beam, Inc. Lake Forest, IL

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Mr. Eric Tech President Navistar Engine Group Lisle, IL Mr. Paul Tonnesen President, Fiskars America Fiskars Brands, Inc. Madison, WI

NATIONAL CAPITAL Mr. Cory Alexander Senior Vice President, Government Affairs UnitedHealth Group Washington, D.C.


Mr. Tedd M. Alexander III Institutional Client Service Executive Vice President T. Rowe Price Associates Baltimore, MD Mr. Paul Bakus President, Corporate Affairs Nestle Washington, D.C. Mr. Mark Brenner Chief of Staff to the CEO SVP, Corporate Communications and External Affairs Apollo Education Group, Inc. Phoenix, AZ Mr. Ric M. Edelman Chairman and CEO Edelman Financial Services, LLC Fairfax, VA Ms. Lisa Gable Senior Vice President Chief of Global Public Policy Development PepsiCo Purchase, NY Mr. Michael Gallagher President and CEO Entertainment Software Association (ESA) Washington, D.C. Mr. Alfred C. Liggins III President and CEO Radio One Silver Springs, MD Mr. C. Glenn Mahone Vice President, Communications Aerojet Rocketdyne Arlington, VA Ms. Melissa Maxfield Senior Vice President, Federal Government Affairs Comcast Corporation Washington, D.C.

Mr. Dan McGinn CEO and Founder McGinn and Company Arlington, VA

Ms. Susan L. Chadick Co-CEO Chadick Ellig, Inc. New York, NY

Mrs. Debby McGinn Co-owner McGinn and Company Arlington, VA

Mr. Raymond G. Chambers* Chairman Amelior Foundation Morristown, NJ

Mr. Matthew Schlapp Principal Cove Strategies Alexandria, VA

Mr. Steven S. Elbaum Managing Member JELS & Co., LLC Essex Fells, NJ

Ms. Majida Turner Vice President, Government Relations Cheniere Energy, Inc. Washington, D.C.

Mr. George J. Fischer Senior Vice President of Global Sales Verizon Enterprise Solutions Lewisberry, PA

Ms. Nicole Venable Principal Bockorny Group, Inc. Washington, D.C.

Ms. Jean Ford President and CEO J. Ford Consulting New York, NY

Mrs. Nancy Zirkin Executive Vice President Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights Washington, D.C.

Mr. William H. Glenn CEO American Express Global Business Travel New York, NY

NORTHEAST Mr. Russell C. Ball* CEO Wind River Holdings, LP King of Prussia, PA Ms. Tracy Benard National Managing Partner, Advisory KPMG, LLP New York, NY Mr. Reiner Boehning Partner GIP Capital Solutions New York, NY

Mr. John S. Griswold Jr.* Executive Director Commonfund Institute Wilton, CT Ms. Julie Hobbs Executive Director Morgan Stanley Wealth Management Purchase, NY Ms. Lisa D. Kabnick Senior Advisor ReedSmith, LLP Philadelphia, PA

2015 Annual Report | 27


NATIONAL TRUSTEES (CONT.) Mr. Peter Kiriacoulacos Executive Vice President and Chief Procurement Officer Comcast Cable and NBCUniversal Philadelphia, PA Mr. Jarrett Kling* Managing Director CBRE Clarion Securities Radnor, PA Ms. Karen Kurrasch, CIMA Senior Vice President, Wealth Management Senior Portfolio Management Wealth Advisor UBS Financial Services, Inc. New York, NY Ms. Jill Lohrfink Managing Director Allianz Global Investors New York, NY Mr. Michael Lyons Executive Vice President, Head of Corporate and Institutional Banking PNC Financial Services Group Pittsburgh, PA Mr. William C. Mutterperl Retired Counsel ReedSmith LLP New York, NY Mr. Kevin Perra Partner Proskauer Rose, LLP New York, NY Mr. Douglas L. Perlman Founder and CEO Sports Media Advisors New Canaan, CT

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Mr. Brian Rolapp Executive Vice President, Media National Football League New York, NY

Mr. Mark J. Glasky Executive Vice President, National Banking Division Bank of the West San Francisco, CA

Mr. Peter J. Tucker Regional COO New York City Branch Manager Chubb New York, NY

Mr. A. C. Green Founder and President A. C. Green Youth Foundation Rolling Hills, CA

Ms. Tracey Warson Head of Citi Private Bank, North America Citi Private Bank New York, NY

Mr. Michael Groff CEO Toyota Financial Services – Americas Region Torrance, CA

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

Mr. Irwin R. Gross Managing Director and COO Sequoia Heritage Menlo Park, CA

PACIFIC Mr. Laurence M. Baer President and CEO San Francisco Baseball Associates, L.P. AT&T Park San Francisco, CA

Ms. Constance L. Heldman President Datanation Services Corporation Tiburon, CA Mr. Matthew Johnson Managing Partner Ziffren Brittenham, LLP Los Angeles, CA

Mr. George Brown Partner Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, LLP Palo Alto, CA

Mr. Cal Johnston Chairman The Johnston Group Agoura Hills, CA

Ms. Stephanie A. Davis Partner Spencer Stuart Los Angeles, CA

Ms. Amy Kavanaugh Taco Bell Corporation/YUM Brands

Mr. Michael Fasulo President and COO Sony Electronics, Inc. San Diego, CA

Mr. S. Wayne Kay* San Diego, CA Mr. Skip Keesal* Founding Partner Keesal Young & Logan Long Beach, CA


Ms. Janet W. Lamkin President Bank of America California San Francisco, CA

Mr. Matthew Verrochi Managing Director, Securities Division Goldman Sachs & Company San Francisco, CA

Mr. Stein Ove Fenne President, Tupperware U.S. & Canada Tupperware U.S. & Canada Orlando, FL

Mr. Timothy Wennes West Coast President and Head of Retail Banking and Wealth Markets Union Bank N.A. Los Angeles, CA

Ms. Molly Fletcher President and CEO MWF Enterprises Atlanta, GA

Mr. Steve Mosko Mr. Alfred M. Multari CEO Nissin Foods USA Gardena, CA Mr. Samuel Newman Partner Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher Los Angeles, CA Mr. Jon Roskill CEO Acumatica.com Kirkland, WA Mr. Byron Roth Chairman and CEO ROTH Capital Partners Newport Beach, CA Mr. Wim H. J. Selders Temecula, CA Dr. Ronald D. Sugar Chairman Emeritus Northrup Grumman Corporation Los Angeles, CA Ms. Rosemary Turner President, North CAL District UPS Oakland, CA Mr. John P. Underwood Managing Director Goldman Sachs & Company San Francisco, CA Mr. Gregory Vaughan Managing Director Morgan Stanley Private Wealth Management Menlo Park, CA

Mr. Ivan Wicksteed Mr. George Young Carlsbad, CA Mr. George Zimmer Managing Partner Montclair Venture Capital Partners Oakland, CA

SOUTHEAST Mr. Michael Casey Chairman and CEO Carter’s Inc. Atlanta, GA Mr. Stuart (Stu) Crum President Bridgestone Retail Operations Bloomingdale, IL Mr. Salvador Diaz-Verson, Jr. Chairman and President Diaz-Verson Capital Investments Sarasota, FL Mr. Troy A. Ellis Executive Vice President – Supply Chain Dominos Ann Arbor, MI Mr. Thomas J. Fazio President Fazio Golf Course Designers, Inc. Hendersonville, NC

Mr. David George President, Olive Garden Darden Restaurants Orlando, FL Mr. Daniel Greene Partner Greene Consulting Associates Atlanta, GA Mr. Ronald Johnson Professor, Industrial and Systems Engineering H. Milton School of Industrial and Sys. Engineering Georgia Institute of Technology Atlanta, GA Mr. Michael A. Jones Chief Customer Officer Lowe’s Companies, Inc. Mooresville, NC Mr. James Kaufman Managing Director, Wealth Management Senior Financial Advisor Merrill Lynch Global Corporate & Institutional Advisory Services Atlanta, GA Mrs. Joan King Salwen Lakemont, GA The Honorable Melvin R. Laird* Senior Counselor, National and International Affairs

2015 Annual Report | 29


NATIONAL TRUSTEES (CONT.) The Reader’s Digest Association, Inc. Bethesda, MD Mr. Aron Levine Head of Preferred Banking and Merrill Edge Bank of America Atlanta, GA

Mrs. Monique Idlett-Mosley CEO, Mosley Music Group Founder, Always Believing Foundation Miami, FL Mr. James L. Newland Athens, GA

Mr. Demetrios (Jim) Logothetis Partner Ernst & Young, LLC Atlanta, GA

Mr. David Park Senior Vice President, Strategy and Business Development Georgia Pacific Atlanta, GA

Mr. Bernard S. Malkove President Malkove & Associates, Inc. Mobile, AL

Mr. Joe Quaglia President, The Americas Tech Data Clearwater, FL

Ms. Valerie Mondelli Vice President, Sales McKesson/RelayHealth Atlanta, GA

Mr. Mark Rahiya Chief US Sales and Operations Officer Coca-Cola Refreshments The Coca-Cola Company Atlanta, GA

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Mr. Jason Reiser Executive Vice President – Merchandising Chief Merchandising Officer Family Dollar Matthews, NC Mr. John Robinson CEO and President Aaron’s, Inc. Atlanta, GA Ms. Michelle Robinson Vice President Verizon Alpharetta, GA Mr. Chad Shultz Partner Gordon Rees, LLP Atlanta, GA


Ms. Tina Simmons Senior Vice President, Human Resources Comcast – Central Division Atlanta, GA Mr. Paul Spengler Executive Vice President Pebble Beach Company Charlotte, NC Mr. Clay Tippins Vice President, Communication Business Capgemini America Atlanta, GA Ms. Celia Wallace Chairman and CEO Southern Medical Health Systems Mobile, AL Mr. James B. Williams* Retired Chairman SunTrust Banks, Inc. Atlanta, GA Mr. Kirby Winters President/CEO and Founder Winter Media Smyrna, GA Mr. Samuel J. Wornom III* Manager/Owner Imperial Freezer Services, LLC Sanford, NC Mr. Thomas (Tom) Yarboro Chief Risk Officer Goldsboro Milling Company Goldsboro, NC

SOUTHWEST Ms. Charlotte Jones Anderson Executive Vice President and Chief Brand Officer Dallas Cowboys Football Club Irving, TX

Mr. Mark Blinn President and CEO Flowserve Corporation Dallas, TX

Mr. John B. Hill (Thad) President and CEO Calpine Corporation Houston, TX

Mr. Daniel K. Borgen Chairman, President and CEO USD Group, LLC Houston, TX

Mr. Rob C. Holmes Managing Director and Head Corporate Client Banking and Specialized Industries JPMorgan Dallas, TX

Mr. Thaddeus B. Brown CEO Houston Rockets and Toyota Center Houston, TX Mr. Peter D. Brundage Managing Director Goldman Sachs & Company Dallas, TX Mr. T. Randall Cain Vice Chair and Southwest Region Managing Partner Ernst & Young, LLP Dallas, TX Mr. Thomas W. Codd Vice Chairman, U.S. Human Capital Leader PricewaterhouseCoopers Dallas, TX Mr. Daniel W. Cook III* Senior Advisor MHT Partners Dallas, TX Mr. David L. Garin Group Vice President, Industrial Products BNSF Railway Ft. Worth, TX Mr. Daniel Gilbane (Dan) Southwestern Region Vice President Gilbane Building Company Houston, TX

Mr. Derek Kerr Executive Vice President and CFO American Airlines Fort Worth, TX Mr. Badar Khan President and CEO Direct Energy Houston, TX Mr. Jeff B. Love Chairman, Houston Office Locke Lord, LLP Houston, TX Mr. Clint W. Murchison III CEO Tecon Corporation Dallas, TX Ms. Pamela H. Patsley Executive Chairman MoneyGram International Dallas, TX Ms. Mary Templeton Plano, TX Ms. Nina Vaca Chairman and CEO Pinnacle Group Dallas, TX Mrs. Colette Young President Execumate Dallas, TX

2015 Annual Report | 31


INDIVIDUALS $500,000 - $999,999

Wayne Sanders

Thomas J. Falk

The Al Cole Society

David and Lynette Seaton

Tom and Sue Fazio

Mr. Christopher S. Abele

Jack and Stephanie Stahl Foundation

Stein Ove Fenne

Peter C. and Martha P. Morse

Mary and Richard Templeton Todd Wagner

$100,000 - $499,999

George and Lorri Zimmer

The William Edwin Hall Society David George

Michael Ferrantino Jeff and Marcia Fettig George Fischer Doris Fisher David L. Garin

$10,000 - $49,999

William H. Glenn

Circle of Opportunity

William R. Goodell

Brian and Lissa Ames

Trudy and Robert Gottesman

Anonymous

Jennifer and James Gould

Robert J. Bach

Mike and Mary Kay Groff

Laurence M. Baer

Constance Heldman and Hal Mooz

F. H. Batrus

Wallace F. Holladay Jr.

John P. Underwood

James Berliner

Thad B. Hill

Denzel Washington

Mark Blinn

Mike Hsu

Gary Wendt

Reiner Boehning and Lisa Glover

Carl Ice

Larry and Colette Young

George H. Brown

Ronald Johnson

Tony Brown

Cal and Marjel Johnston

Peter D. Brundage

Gene and Jerry Jones Family Charities

Ronald and Christina Gidwitz Daniel R. Hesse Dana and Nancy Mead Brian Niccol Dr. Condoleezza Rice Suzanne and Michael E. Tennenbaum

$50,000 - $99,999 The Campbell Society Russell C. Ball Daniel Borgen Renee Crown Household Steven S. Elbaum Rick and Susan Goings Myron and Dr. Freya Gray Mr. John B. Griswell Dave and Jane Johnson Juan and Carolina Luciano Peggy and Eugene McQuade Al and Ellen Multari James E. Rohr 32 | Boys & Girls Clubs of America

Greg W. Cappelli Susan Chadick Eliza and Kevin Cole Peter and Sue Cooper Michael Corrigan Household Don and Sallie Davis Paul and Tama Deitch Annina Demmon George J. Dennis Salvador Diaz-Verson Jr. Pat and Paula Donahue Martin Ellen Troy Ellis Patrick J. Esser

Lisa Kabnick and John McFadden James R. Kaufman Joan King and Kevin Salwen Peter Kiriacoulacos Laine Kline and Lisa Dennis Ginger Lay Household Mark H. Lazarus Aron Levine Jim and Marianne Logothetis Michale Lyons Bernard S. Malkove Robert Manfred Roland and Adele Martel


Peter and Valerie McNeely

Dennison Young, Jr.

Jill Lohrfink

Richard N. Merkin

George and Meryl Young

Lance Morgan

Jeremiah Milbank III

Dirk Ziff

James Nettleton Estate

Valerie Mondelli

Sam and Katja Newman

Steve Mosko

$5,000 - $9,999

Adam Offenhartz

Mr. and Mrs. William C. Mutterperl

Circle of Hope Society

Karen L. Parkhill

National Philanthropic Trust

Anonymous

Marianne Peckham Household

Timothy P. Neher

Daryn Barnhill

Douglas L. Perlman

Troy and Kerri Noard

Jack Pew Jr.

Pamela and Gary Patsley

Ambassador Frank and Kathy Baxter

Linda Prinn

Erik Bjerke

Louis Pupello

James Rasulo

William A. Blase

Sam Reeves

Thomas M. Rinehart

Helen Tarnowski Boyce Household

Michael J. Selverian

Tom and Margie Riordan

Martin Brown Household

Jason Staehr

John Robinson

Mark A. Buthman

Sam Stahl

Kathleen and Chip Rosenbloom

Mr. and Mrs. T. Randall Cain

Scott Stiller

Andra M. Rush

Ethan Carilli Household

Mr. L. Clay Tippins

Ronald L. Sargent

Brian Chin Household

Peter and Sara Tucker

Carolyn Schwab-Pomerantz and Gary M. Pomerantz

Thomas W. Codd

Kirby J. Winters

Eliza and Kevin Cole

J. Barnett Woodruff

Wim and Jill Selders Eric and Brenda Shanks

Mark and Mary Beth Pierce

Donna and Eric Colson Gayle Crose

$1,000 - $4,999

Jerry B. Epstein

Champion of Youth Society

Mike and Pat Fasulo

Bren Alexander

Rick Freedman

Annette Alioto

Lisa and John Gable

Allstate Employees

Moore Gates, Jr.

Paul Anderson

Dan L. Greene

Anonymous

Brandon Griggs Household

Jeffrey Arce Household

Kim Harvey

Peter Arkley

Rob C. Holmes

Mr. Bruce Arthur

Douglas H. Hunt

Laura Ash

Rob Huntington Household

C. Austin Stephens

Glen Walter

Douglas and Kathleen Kurtenbach

Michael Azbell

Timothy Wennes

Rick Lautenschlager

Tom Yarboro

Kevin E. Lewis

Tina Simmons Martin and Catherine Slark Ronald D. Sugar Chris T. Sullivan Anne and Michael Szostak Andrew R. Tennenbaum Rosemary Turner Mr. and Mrs. Timothy H. Ubben Greg and Liz Vaughan Michelle Wachs and Irwin Gross Eugene Waldron James Wallace

Ralph Babb Jerry W. Baker Marc Bala 2015 Annual Report | 33


INDIVIDUALS (CONT.) Jim Baldwin

Hadley Cooper

Jay Tobin and Courtney Goldstein

Charles Ballard

Martha Cuadrado Household

Jay Gottleib

Ray Barnard

Kent Cumblad

Nichelle Grant Household

Isaac Baron Household

Chris Curtis

Mark A. Greenwood

Ken Beam

Paul N. D’Addario

Robert Griffith

Seth Becker

Karen L. Davis

Brent Griffiths Household

Doug Beebe

Natasha Davenport

John S. Griswold Jr.

Brian and Carol Bell

Nicole Davies

Chris Gunder

David Blakemore

Lynn Finley Davis

John A. Haase

Becky Blankenburg Household

Paul and Tama Deitch

Pierre P. Habis

Shairna Bluesteen Household

Kirk A. Dominick

The Lewis A. & Ruth L. Hare Trust

Pat Boushka

Cynthia Doniger Household

Robert Harling

Catherine Breit

Anastacia Drabkin

Elizabeth B. Hawthorn

John Broderson

Karen W. Duarte

Kathleen Hefferle Household

Benjamin Broenen Household

Diana Ellsworth Household

Maria Henry

Lauren Brundage

Jeff and Marilyn Emery Household

Tom Hever

Christopher Bucich

Tricia Everest Household

Patrick Higgins Household

John Bungert Household

Adam Famularo

Nicole Hight

Katie Cabrera

Ritson Ferguson

Julie Hobbs

Cahill Family Fund

Jessica Feyen Household

Derry Hobson

Michael Casey

Bonny S. Filandrinos

Joshua Hoffman

Joseph Cesare

Sam Fischer

Laura Ann Holland

Patty Chan

Molly Fletcher

David Holland Household

Michael Chang

Cheri Fredrickson Household

Terry Hosey

Anne Chow

Alan Friedman

Mike Hostnik

Richard Cibrano

John S. Garabedian

Bradley Howell

Richard E. Clapp

Arturo Gomez Garcia

Caroline Huckabay

Vicki Clayman

Avrom Gart

Larry Hudas

Patty Cleaveland Household

Joel Gebbie

Mark Jacobsen

Garrick Clouden

Travis George

Dushanthie Nirmala Jayamaha

Michael Coffey Household

Rachel Gerson

John Jenkins

Michele Cofield Household

Nikhil Gidwani

Matthew M. Johnson

Rod and Jen Coleman

Cathy Gillespie

Angela Johnson

Richard Collins

Abhishek Giri

James Johnston

Brian Comstock

Barbara M. Giusto

Robert D. Jones

Andrew Conway Household

Mark J. Glasky

Dr. Sandy Jun

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Norm Kaufman

Mr. Matthew Stauber

William Pedlar Household

Matthew Kaplan

Michael Maulhardt Household

Teresa Perkins

Nancy Kellerman

Brian McCabe

Norma Perlman

Hugh Kenworthy

Wallace J. McCloskey

Mr. James R. Perry

Erin and Ryan Kerrigan

Mr. Joseph T. McIntosh

Philip Petrillo

Jennifer Kirk Household

Haity and Jim McNerney

Mona Pfeifer Household

Kenneth Klaer

Parker Megginson Household

Michael Pirrung

Ryan and Ashley Klesmit

Steven Michaels Household

Glenn D. Pomerantz

Brad Kniff

Tom Mielke

Biggs Porter

Richard and Sandy Kolasa

Len Miller

Joseph Portmann

Roger and Beth Koodish Household

Joseph Miller

Amos Posner Household

Andrew Miller Household

Christopher Powell Household

Mary Mitchell

Casey Pristou

James Mizgala

Imad Qasim

Phil and Beth Moeller

Jim Quain

Mike and Andrea Mohan

Patricia Quick

Bernard W. Moody Household

Mark P. Rahiya

John S. Moore

Frank A. Reynolds

Amy Moran Household

Dr. Roberto Lipsztein

Greg Morris

Michelle A. Robinson

Osamu Nagata

C.H. Robison

Mike and Kathy Naylor

Lauren Rolfe Household

James L. Newland

Lou Rosenfeld

Cindy Nguyen

Nancy Ross

Linda Nothnagel Household

Byron Roth

Elizabeth O’Connor Household

Michael Ryan Household

Kathleen O’Leary

R. Anthony Salcido

Craig and Jane Omtvedt

Mr. Milton J. Sams

Richard Oppenheimer

Ben Samuel

Steve and Jeryl Oristaglio

Greg Santaga

Laura Orvidas

Sasha Savic

Jack Otteson

Steve Schuckenbrock

Steve Ouellette

Gary Schwartz Household

Lisa Palmer

J. Munford Scott Jr. and Lillian Scott

David A. Kropf Rachel Kropa Kathryn Krotz Household Jeremy Kudlo Household Karen Kurrasch Neil Kuttner Mr. Ronald Kyewski John Landry Linda and John Landsell Gary Lee Jim Lentz Sarah Salter and Steven D. Levy Glen K. Lim Ben Lin Akrapong Lin Household Derek Loikits Josh Loisel Household Jeff B. Love John Lynch Jason McFarland Household Sandra MacQuillan Matthew Magielnicki Household Fred and Britlan Malek Blake and Karis Mallen John and Kathleen Marth Household

Javier Palomarez Ms. Dianne Paulus William and Kelli Pedas

D. Scott Hallman Stanley and Sheryl Sharp Household 2015 Annual Report | 35


INDIVIDUALS (CONT.) Barry and Jan Sharpless

Robert Taylor

Michelle Vopni

Dan Smith

Bruce and Barbara Taylor

Brian Walta Household

E. Diane Smith Household

Eric and Mary Beth Tech

Sonny Walters

Michael Smith Household

Geoff Telfer

Janet Ward Household

Roger Smith

David J. Thomas

Jeffrey Webb

Amy Solliday

Richard Thomas

Janet Weed Household

Christopher Spann Household

Sephra and Merly Thomas

Jim and Heather Welch

Jennifer Sprague

Zion Thomas Household

Dustin M. Wells Household

Pat Steck Household

Mike Thompson

Mr. Daniel J. Westbrook

Bob Stein

Jim Trebilcock

Lisa Wiersma Household

Susan Steinbrecher Household

Constantine L. Trela

Diane Wilson Household

Stephen and Julie Strategos

Stephen Tsoneff

Doug Wilson

Ms. Mary Susens

Duane Turk Household

Jeanette and Jim Woods

Thear Suzuki

Jeffrey Updyke Household

Ronald Zinco

Genevieve Szuba

Jason Vasiloff

Maria Cecilia Taylor Household

Lisa and Les Vines

BEQUEST GIFTS Dorothy Conkey

The John L. Kroll Trust

John B. O’Hara Fund

Patrick Dixon

James Annenberg La Vea

John Pangborn

Harold T. Edgar

Zoe Blunt MacDonald Trust

Thomas Pangborn

C. A. Hamilton Charitable Trust

David Mahood

Robert M. Weekley

Paul Hollis Trust

James Nettleton

Carlton Whitnell

Franklin Hoyt

Don Nierling Memorial Foundation

Hudson Charitable Trust

John Nierling

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HERITAGE CLUB MEMBERS Dwayne O. Andreas

Teri Halliday

Matt Politzer and Alta Renton

Alan and Laurelle Anspach

Nicole and Marty Hanaka

Dovie R. Prather

Kurt Aschermann

John and Anne* Hooper

Linda and Brian* Prinn

Flora J. Beam

Brian John Hopper

Linda J. Rahn

Martin L. Berg

James Hurley

Robert Ralston

Marsha and Gary Bertrand

The Honorable Kay Bailey Hutchison

Deborah S. Ramsey

Gerald W. Blakeley Jr. Sheila Bunin Mary Helen Byers Michael P. Carey Anthony Carter Bryan Clontz Tony and Yvonne Conza Doug and Cyndi I. Court Mr. and Mrs. James W. Crystal John H. Darlington Jane Berry Deal Joseph T. DeCerbo Jane L. Emison Melissa Fahs Mrs. Corey T. Fowler W. Thomas Fyler Jr. Moore Gates Jr. Ronald and Christina Gidwitz Jane Gilday Rick and Susan Goings Pamela A. Gray Samuel and Suzanne Greenlaw Phylllis Griggs John S. Griswold Jr. James E. Gumpert Adam and Janet Guy Ebby Halliday*

Anthony J. Iorillo Howard M. Jenkins Jr. Thomas S. and Margaret Ann Johnson Michael A. Johnson S. Wayne and Susan H. Kay Karen Kurrasch J. Andrew Lark, Esq. William P. Laughlin Dr. Patricia Leavitt Janice Lindsey Robert B. Lumis Paula Mackelburg Stuart McCammon Mona McCarty Jeremiah Milbank III Denita Morin Peter C. and Martha P. Morse James L. Newland Shane O’Neil

Steve and Kathy Ratto B. Michael Rauh, Esq. David Reid Fred B. Rooney Peter G. Scotese Errol and Jackie Sewell Dennis Smith Roxanne Spillett Jeffrey Starcher Barbara Stricker Suzanne and Michael E. Tennenbaum Mr. and Mrs. John T. Thompson Timothy R. Wallace Josey Barnes Wayman Gary and Rosemarie Wendt T. C. Williams Linda Wiltse Joan Wingate Gary York

Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Pallamary

Five donors who wish to remain anonymous

Rob and Stephanie Parker

* Denotes deceased

Fred Paulke Richard Payne James H. Penick Mrs. Stowe C. Phelps

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CORPORATIONS $5,000,000+

$500,000 - $999,999

Olive Garden

The Robert W. Woodruff Society

The Al Cole Society

The PNC Financial Services Group

Altria

Citigroup Foundation

RBB&B Combined Shows, Inc.

Buffalo Wild Wings, Inc.

HSBC USA, Inc.

Regal Entertainment Group

ComcastNBCUniversal

JCPenney

Robert Half International

Toyota Financial Services

Kimberly-Clark Corporation

The Walt Disney Company

Kraft Heinz Company

Samsung Electronics North America

PGA of America, Inc.

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

Sprint

The Clement Stone Society

UnitedHealth Group

Anthem Foundation

Verizon Foundation

AT&T Bridgestone Retail Operations, LLC

$100,000 - $499,999

The Coca-Cola Company

The William Edwin Hall Society

Ross Stores, Inc.

Archer Daniels Midland Company Bank of America Corporation

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

Bon Ton Stores, Inc.

The John Burns Society

British Airways

Aaron’s, Inc.

CA Technologies

Charles Schwab Foundation

ConocoPhillips

Gap, Inc.

Cox Communications

Lowe’s Charitable & Educational Fund

Dasani

Macy’s

Dr Pepper Snapple Group, Inc.

Microsoft Corporation

Ernst & Young, LLP

National Vision, Inc.

ESPN

Nestle USA, Inc.

Family Dollar

Old Navy

Fiskars Brands, Inc.

Planet Fitness

Fluor Corporation

Red Nose Day

Foot Locker Foundation, Inc.

U.S. Cellular

Ford Motor Company

Whirlpool Corporation

Hawthorn PNC Family Wealth

Deckers Outdoor Corp.

Jo-Ann Stores, Inc. Major League Baseball Charities New Balance 38 | Boys & Girls Clubs of America

Sony Electronics, Inc. Sprite Staples SurveyMonkey Symantec Corporation Time Warner Cable, Inc. Toy Industry Foundation True Value Company Unilever Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. WPP Group

$50,000 - $99,999 The Campbell Society Bel Brands USA Best Buy Co., Inc. Boys & Girls Clubs of America Employees Citi Cognizant Technology Solutions Combined Federal Campaign Crossmark Darden Restaurants, Inc. Dekstra Cerbo, LLC Deloitte & Touche, LLP The Dow Chemical Company EHS Partners, LLC Exxon Mobil Corporation


First Advantage FOX Sports GroupM Hawthorn PNC Family Wealth Illinois Tool Works, Inc. and Illinois Tool Works Foundation

American Express Travel Related Services Ames Construction, Inc. Anixter Anschutz Film Group AON Corporation

CRY America, Inc. CVC Capital Partners CVS Pharmacy, Inc. Dakkota Integrated Systems, LLC Deloitte Deloitte Services, LP

MediaVest Worldwide

Apollo Group, Inc.

Molex Incorporated

Aracruz Celulose (USA), Inc.

Oracle Corporation

Arris

Donahue Schriber Asset Management

Pace Americas, Inc.

Avis Budget Group

Dover Corporation

Party City Corporation

Baker Botts, LLP

Easton Coach Company

Pinnacle Technical Resources, Inc.

Bank of America

Edelman

PNC Advisors

Bank of Oklahoma

Ericsson, Inc.

Polar 3D

Bank of the West

Evonik Stockhausen, Inc.

Powerade

Banner & Witcoff, Ltd.

Expeditors International, Inc.

Rent-A-Center, Inc.

Barclays

FirstPic, Inc.

Rockwell Automation

BASF Corporation

Flowserve Corporation

Samsung Telecommunications America

Berry Plastics Corporation

GEICP

BNSF Railway Company

Genentech, Inc.

Boys Incorporated of Dallas

Genpact

Calpine Corp.

Gibson Dunn & Crutcher, LLP

Capgemini America

Gibson Energy

Cartoon Network

GoDaddy Cares

Cedar Fair Entertainment Company

Goldman Sachs & Company

Ultimate Fighting Championship USD Foundation

Charles Schwab Bank

Van Holten’s

Cheniere Energy, Inc.

Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz

Chevron

The Wonderful Company

Chevron Corporation

World Wide Technology, Inc.

Chubb & Son

Tata Consultancy Services Texas Instruments Incorporated Trinity Industries, Inc. Tupperware U.S. & Canada U.S. Development Group

Clean Energy

$10,000 - $49,999

Clopay

Circle Of Opportunity

Collaborative Solutions

21st Century Fox

Comerica Bank

Aerojet Rocketdyne

Communications Test Design, Inc.

AMC Networks

ConAgra Foods

American Beverage Marketers

CoreLogic Credit Suisse Securities (USA), LLC

Dimension Data

GP Cellulose, LLC Graphic Packaging International, Inc. Harris Interactive, Inc. HDR Engineering Heng Chang Machinery Co.,Ltd. Holman Distribution Center Home Box Office, Inc. HSBC Securities (USA), Inc. HTC America Hub Group, Inc. IBM Idex Corporation Intel Corporation 2015 Annual Report | 39


CORPORATIONS (CONT.) International Paper James M. Cox Foundation James Nettleton Estate John F. Welch, Jr. Jones Lang LaSalle Americas JPMorgan Chase Juniper Networks Katten Muchin Rosenman, LLP KDC Platform, LLC King’s Hawaiian Bakery Kirkland & Ellis Klee, Tuchin, Bogdanoff & Stern, LLP

National Hockey League Foundation Neenah Enterprises Network For Good Norfolk Southern Corporation

Terra Staffing Group

Northern Trust Corporation

Tesoro Petroleum Corp.

Nuvo Television

The Benevity Community Impact Fund

Pinto Realty Partners Plastipak PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLC Proskauer Rose, LLP Provade, Inc.

Korn/Ferry International

Railserve, Inc.

KPMG Peat Marwick, LLP

Raytheon Company

KPMG, LLP

RBC Capital Markets

Kraton Polymers

Real Mex Restaurants

L Brands Foundation

RJ Corman Railroad Group, LLC

Latham & Watkins

Rock-Tenn Company

Littelfuse, Inc.

Russell Reynolds Associates

Locke Lord Bissell & Liddell, LLP

Ryder Transportation Services

L’Oreal

SAP America, Inc.

M. Terry Enterprises

Schwab Fund for Charitable Giving

Mammoet

Segal McCambridge Singer & Mahoney, Ltd.

McKinsey & Company, Inc. Merrill Lynch Wealth Management Michaels Stores, Inc. Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems Morgan Stanley Motorola, Inc. MWW Group, LLC NASCAR National Basketball Association 40 | Boys & Girls Clubs of America

Tenneco, Inc. Tennenbaum Capital Partners, LLC

Rabobank International

McGinn and Company

Tech Mahindra Americas

NFL Charities

Koch Industries

MB Financial Bank

Tech Data Corporation

The Boston Consulting Group The Cadmus Group The Greenbrier Companies The HollyFrontier Companies The J.M. Smucker Company The Tennis Channel Truist Underwriters Laboratories Union Bank Union Tank Car Company United Parcel Service UnitedHealthcare Unitek Education, LLC USG Corporation, Inc. Vanguard Charitable Endowment Velcro USA, Inc. Verizon Foundation

SentriLock

Wells Fargo

Sewell Lexus

Werner Enterprises

Snap-on, Inc.

Weyerhaeuser

SONY Pictures Entertainment

White & Case

Spencer Stuart

Wilson & Company

State Street Investment Manager Solutions

World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc.

Steel Dynamics, Inc. STILETTO Entertainment Stripe Swift Transportation Co., Inc.

Worldwide Technologies Ziffren Brittenham, LLP


$5,000 - $9,999

EVRAZ Rocky Mountain Steel

Phototype

Circle of Hope Society

Exel, Inc.

Playstudios, Inc.

ABB, Inc.

FedEx Services

Powell Tate

ABT Electronics

First Quality Nonwovens, Inc.

Progress Rail Services

Accenture

Ft. Worth and Western Railroad

Quest Media & Supplies, Inc.

Admiral Beverage Corporation

GATX Corporation

ADP TotalSource

Genworth Financial, Inc.

Raymond James Charitable Endowment Fund

Amdocs, Inc.

Give With Liberty

American Continental Group (ACG)

Godfrey & Kahn, S.C.

Amsted Industries

Green Bay Converting

Anixter International, Inc.

Invista S.รก.r.l

AT&T Employee Giving Campaign

J.B. Hunt Transport Services, Inc.

Avgol

Jenner & Block

Bank of America

Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago

Bemis Company Foundation Bostik British Motor Car Distributors, Ltd Burke, Inc. Catalina Marketing Corporation CBX Celebrity Family Feud Chevron USA Products Company Chums, Incorporated Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Consolidated

Juniper Networks Kalypso, LP Kane is Able, Inc. Keenan & Associates Koppers, Inc. Lesaffre Yeast Corporation LG Chemical, Ltd. Lord, Abbett & Co. Luminant Martin Marietta Materials

Reed Smith, LLP Rocla Concrete Tie, Inc. SafeRack, LLC Salesforce San Diego Gas & Electric The Sandra Atlas Bass and Edythe & Sol G. Atlas Fund, Inc. Savage Services Schneider National Foundation, Inc. Scripps Networks SEMA Construction, Inc. Springhill Medical, Inc. Sterling Brands STILETTO Entertainment Tango Card, Inc. The Home Depot The Siegfried Group, LLP The Today Show Charitable Foundation

Columbia Grain

MDI Group

Commercial Metals Company

Miss Me

Coveris

Mundo Fox - Minute to Win It

CR Meyer

Murphy Sports Medicine

Credit Suisse First Boston

National Association of Realtors

DIRECTV

NBC Universal

United Way of Metropolitan Chicago

Dority & Manning, P.A.

News America Marketing

United Way of Summit County

Double V Industries, Inc.

Nypro, Inc.

Universal Rail Systems, Inc.

DSC Logistics

Orbital Sciences Corp.

Video & Audio Center

Electronic Scrip, Inc.

PC Richard & Son

W.W. Grainger, Inc.

EMC Corporation

Pegasus Logistics Group

Wabtec Corporation

EPIX

Pepper Hamilton, LLP

WinCup Holdings, Inc.

Think Through Learning TisBest Charity Gift Cards Transportation Resource Advisors Trisect

PHI, Inc. 2015 Annual Report | 41


CORPORATIONS (CONT.) Xavient Information Systems Your Cause, LLC ZeroChaos ZTE USA, Inc.

FOUNDATIONS $5,000,000+

$100,000 - $499,999

Mary and Richard Templeton

The Robert W. Woodruff Society

The William Edwin Hall Society

The McQuade Family Foundation

Robert W. Woodruff Foundation

Always Believing Foundation

Michael Phelps Foundation

Taco Bell Foundation

The Annie E. Casey Foundation

QBE Foundation

BNSF Railway Foundation

$2,000,000 - $4,999,999 The Clement Stone Society Gap, Inc. New York Life Foundation

Darden Restaurants Foundation

$10,000 - $49,999

Mattel Children’s Foundation

Circle Of Opportunity

MetLife Foundation

Carol and James Collins Foundation

Pacific Youth Foundation RE/MAX International

Chicago Association of Realtors Foundation

Robert M. Weekley Living Trust

DLMC Foundation

Southface Energy Institute

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

Dover Foundation

Tides Foundation

The John Burns Society

Edward K. Straus Fund

Todd Wagner Foundation

The Noyce Foundation

Ernst & Young Foundation

UPS Foundation

University of Phoenix Foundation

ESA Foundation

Victor Cruz Foundation

Frank Lockwood Foundation

W. K. Kellogg Foundation

Grizzard Family Foundation, Inc.

Walter and Karla Goldschmidt Foundation

Healthy Weight Commitment Foundation

The ZAC Foundation for Children’s Safety

ITW Foundation

The Wallace Foundation

$500,000 - $999,999 The Al Cole Society Argosy Foundation National 4-H Council

Jacobs Engineering Foundation John W. Anderson Foundation

Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors, Inc.

$50,000 - $99,999

Lesnik Charitable Foundation

S. D. Bechtel Jr. Foundation

The Campbell Society

Menasha Corporation Foundation

Costco Foundation

National Christian Foundation

Eugene Freedman Family Foundation

Orange County Community Foundation

Hofmann Family Foundation

Richard Nelson Ryan Foundation

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Rick and Susan Goings Foundation Roger and Susan Stone Family Foundation Rowling Foundation The Christopher and Ellen Maguire Foundation The Herbert Hoover Foundation, Inc. The Hirsch Family Foundation The Jeff B. and Katherine B. Love Foundation The Kayser Foundation The Kessler Family Foundation The Ludwig Family Foundation The Lyon Family Foundation The USAA Foundation, Inc. Walton Family Foundation, Inc.

Ellis Family Charitable Foundation Glad To Be Here Foundation, Inc. National Christian Foundation of Greater Chicago San Diego Padres Foundation Silicon Valley Community Foundation Steward Family Foundation The Bilger Foundation The Drew A. Katz Foundation The Ford Foundation The Media Foundation The Mesa West Foundation The Pritzker Traubert Family Foundation World Wide Technology Foundation  

$5,000 - $9,999 Circle of Hope Society American Endowment Foundation Baker Hughes Foundation New York Yankees Foundation Sidley Austin Foundation The MCJ Amelior Foundation The Roderick Seward, Flossie Radcliffe and Helen M. Galloway Foundation

$1,000 - $4,999 Champion of Youth Society ADP Foundation, Inc. Caithness Foundation, Inc. Charity Partners Foundation, Inc. Chesbro Foundation Dart Group Foundation Duchossois Family Foundation Eleven Twenty Seven Foundation 2015 Annual Report | 43


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BGCA 2015 Annual Report  

This annual report summarizes BGCA’s accomplishments, and thanks our many partners and donors.

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