Central Carolina Community Foundation 2008 Annual Report
Need, in our community, exists vast and diverse.
From its nucleus emanates concentric circles that shift and converge across our landscape in ways both dynamic and predictable. Look closely and there — living alongside need — you will see Central Carolina Community Foundation. With a unique vantage point, and a mission of philanthropy, it may well be that no other organization in the Midlands is better able to match need with solution. By extending its arms deep into the community, the foundation seeks to not just make a difference, but to create an impact that is meaningful and sustainable.
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contents Executive Letter..........................................................................3 Grants..............................................................................................................4 Competitive Grants Catalyst Award Midlands Fatherhood Coalition Grants List Funds............................................................................................................. 15 Clarkson Fund Funds List Regional Endowments Palmetto Place Fund Donors........................................................................................................23 Donor Information Legacy Society Donors List People..........................................................................................................34 Boards and Committees Staff Financials............................................................................................38 Contact Information....................................................40
dear friends As I look back over Central Carolina Community Foundation’s many accomplishments of 2008, central to its efforts was the redefining of a very powerful mission statement. I bring this accomplishment to your attention because it encapsulates so much of the work that has gone on in the past year by both the Foundation’s board of trustees and its staff: setting a strategic vision, seeking new initiatives and expanding the role of the Foundation within the community. Susie VanHuss, our interim president and CEO, has expertly directed the Foundation during this important period and we are grateful for her leadership and inexhaustible “yes, we can” attitude. We look to 2009, our 25th anniversary, with great excitement. We march forward with an updated logo and greater opportunity to impact a community in need. We are excited about new strategic areas of focus, expanded opportunities for collaborating with other leaders in the community, and to leveraging our grant dollars with external dollars. Expect to see the announcement of several new initiatives early in the year, along with the naming of our new president and CEO. Central Carolina Community Foundation truly exists to promote, facilitate and expand philanthropy in our community, creating a sustainable impact through responsible giving. Please join us in our anniversary year as we celebrate past achievements and work together for even greater community impact in the years that lie ahead.
David C. Sojourner Jr. Chair, Board of Trustees
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Competitive Grants In Fiscal Year 2008, Central Carolina Community Foundation’s Board of Trustees approved 31 competitive grants totaling $157,865 for nonprofit organizations from commonwealth and field-of-interest funds. As a result of the new strategic plan recently approved by the Board of Trustees, the February 2009 grant cycle will be the last competitive grant cycle that follows the current grantmaking guidelines. New grantmaking priorities and guidelines will be announced in the spring of 2009. Community Impact grants address local needs by funding programmatic services of nonprofit organizations. Boys & Girls Club of the Midlands received $10,000 for Project You Turn, which works with at-risk youth on truancy abatement, delinquency disruption and academic enhancement initiatives. Capital Senior Center received $6,200 for Lifestyle University, an initiative promoting lifestyle changes proven effective in managing hypertension, controlling weight, and assessing other risk factors for diabetes and certain cancers in seniors living in lowincome housing communities.
Community Mediation Center received $9,000 for the Hispanic Outreach project, which will recruit at least 10 bilingual individuals for 40 hours of mediation training in partnership with Columbia College. The Cooperative Ministry received $10,000 for Helping Hands of Hope, which provides assistance to individuals and families for rent, utilities, food/household goods, transportation and furniture. Fast Forward Technology Center received $10,000 for the Nonprofit Training Program, which will provide technology training to a minimum of 100 nonprofit staff based on needs assessment conducted with the nonprofits.
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Catalyst Award Healing Species received $9,900 to expand its 11-week program into two additional schools, Sheridan and Whittaker Elementary Schools, in Orangeburg. The program utilizes rescued dogs and trained instructors in a classroom to teach life skills.
Rural Crossroads Institute received $10,000 for the Hispanic Workforce Training Program, which will provide educational training, youth job development in the Information Technology (IT) industry, and new business development in Saluda County.
Junior Achievement of Central S.C. received $7,000 for a South Carolina Youth Philanthropy Partnership class at Fairfield Central High School. The class educates young people about free enterprise, business, and economics, and teaches them the importance of community service and philanthropy.
United Way of Sumter, Clarendon & Lee Counties received $5,000 to expand Diamonds Teen Service Learning. The program will bring together 20 students throughout the school year for educational workshops and community service activities in an effort to reduce teen sexual activity and promote abstinence among its team members.
Lutheran Family Services received $10,000 towards the construction and furnishing of Angels House, a transitional home for homeless women veterans. The home will provide supportive services to help these women transition from homelessness to a life of independence and permanent housing. Project Life: Positeen received $10,000 to expand its services into two new sites, Rivelon and Bethune-Bowman Elementary Schools, in Orangeburg County. This comprehensive after school program seeks to improve students’ academic performance.
The Upton Trio received $1,132 to provide chamber music concerts originating from African American culture to teach American History to elementary school students in Kershaw County.
The David W. Robinson Catalyst Award recognizes outstanding organizations in the Community Foundation’s 11-county service area that have exemplified leadership, creativity, vision and commitment in addressing critical community issues. The award, in memory of the late David W. Robinson, was established by the Robinson family and the Foundation in 1994. Mr. Robinson was a leader, activist, humanitarian and philanthropist in the Midlands for seven decades. He served on numerous nonprofit boards such as the Columbia Museum of Art, United Way of the Midlands and YMCA. He was also a founding member of Central Carolina Community Foundation. The Foundation presented ParentingPartners with the David W. Robinson Catalyst Award at the Foundation’s annual celebration in September.
Organizational Impact grants address local nonprofit needs by increasing organizational capacity.
allowing volunteers to apply online and supporters to donate online.
Carolina Children’s Home received $7,382 for a network upgrade, to include installing and converting its accounting software and hiring a consultant to train staff on the new system.
Nonprofit Management grants are mini-grants used to attend conferences, host trainings or meet other management needs.
City Year Columbia received $10,000 to support rural/urban expansion efforts in Orangeburg and Lee counties as well as Richland School District Two. Free Medical Clinic of Newberry received $9,000 for scheduling software to improve office and management efficiencies while maintaining patient demographic data. Mental Illness Recovery Center received $10,000 to upgrade its network server and operating system to accommodate service expansion. South Carolina Association of Nonprofit Organizations received $3,670 to upgrade their technology so they can provide the best possible services to their members. The Women’s Shelter received $9,692 for the development and printing of 4,000 brochures as well as the development of an interactive Web site
Carolina Wildlife Care received $425 to participate in a grant writing class at Midlands Technical College. Cultural Council of Richland and Lexington Counties was awarded a $1,000 grant for a board member to attend the Americans for the Arts Annual Convention. Dream Riders received $650 to attend the North American Riding for the Handicapped Association Regional Conference. Hannah House was awarded $940 to attend the 2008 South Carolina Association of Nonprofit Organizations Conference.
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Lynchburg Community Development Corporation received $750 to attend the 2007 Annual Conference of the N.C./S.C. Associations of Community Development Corporations and the S.C. Community Development Block Grant Program Implementation Workshop. Orangeburg Area Sickle Cell Anemia Foundation Inc. was awarded $1,000 to attend the Grant Writing Institute at the 2nd Annual Sickle Cell Research and Educational Symposium. Reach Out and Read South Carolina received $900 to hold formal board development and strategic planning sessions. Rest Assured LLC was awarded $425 to participate in the Grant Writing USA Course at Midlands Technical College. South Carolina Asthma Alliance received $1,000 to hold formal strategic planning sessions.
Lifeline Senior Services received $149 to participate in the Introduction to Grant Writing Workshop held by Research Associates.
Tiger Totes Family Literacy was awarded $650 to attend the S.C. State Council of the International Reading Association Conference.
Living Hope Foundation was awarded $1,000 to hold formal board development and strategic planning sessions.
W. J. Smart Foundation received $1,000 to hold formal strategic planning sessions.
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Midlands Fatherhood Coalition
Strengthening families; impacting children’s lives
Dads Make a Difference. This is the credo for the Midlands Fatherhood Coalition, which is a comprehensive, holistic fatherhood program serving Richland, Lexington and Fairfield counties. Like the Coalition, the Community Foundation understands the importance that involved, committed fathers have in their children’s lives. This is why the Foundation invested $10,000 in the Midlands Fatherhood Coalition for the Richland and Lexington county sites. The Coalition strengthens families by helping low-income, non-custodial fathers overcome barriers that may prevent them from becoming an integral and effective part of their children’s lives. Realizing these issues and barriers are complex, the 24-week program involves multilayered components such as values assessment, parenting, employment, legal rights and responsibilities. The program greatly impacts the children who benefit from the financial and emotional support of their fathers and the involvement of both parents in their lives.
One of the first barriers that many of these families face is a strained relationship between the mother and the father. “One of our most significant needs is for mediation services to connect the parents and begin the healing process that results in increased opportunities for fathers to spend time with their children,” said Lexington Site Director, Charles Brown. The grant from the Community Foundation allowed the Coalition to provide a mediator to set up individual meetings between parents as well as hold a group mediation session. “I can’t tell you how much the mediation services have impacted our families,” said Mr. Brown. “We had fathers calling to ask how and when they could receive mediation.” Surveys show that 100% of the fathers who participated in these mediation services reported satisfaction with the process and an increased knowledge of the importance of time spent with their child and the mother. “We feel strongly that mediation services will continue to improve our
The Midlands Fatherhood Coalition has given me the support and strength it takes to be a better father. I have gained a better understanding of what being a father is all about and the important role that I play in my children’s lives. The group meetings have been particularly effective because hearing other people’s problems has helped me to learn what not to do to avoid making the same mistakes. Matthew Zenoni Midlands Fatherhood Coalition participant efforts to foster a relationship between the non-custodial father and the child’s mother,” stated Mr. Brown. “This grant has afforded us this opportunity to expand these services and we hope to continue to build on these efforts,” he added. For more information about Midlands Fatherhood Coalition or to find out how you can help support their programs, visit www.midlandsfathers. com or call 803.996.2114.
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The following grants were awarded from component funds of the Community Foundation. ARTS AND CULTURE American Swedish Historical Museum Arts & Science Council Arts Commission of Greater Toledo Arts Council of Rock Hill and York County Auntie Karen Foundation Brevard Music Center Brevard Orchestra Association Brookgreen Gardens Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra C. C. Pinckney Elementary School Chamber Music at St. Peter’s The Children’s Fine Arts Academy Columbia City Ballet Columbia College Columbia Film Society Columbia Garden Club Foundation Columbia Marionette Theatre The Columbia Museum of Art Columbia Parks and Recreation Foundation Columbia Stage Society Inc. Cultural Council of Richland and Lexington Counties Culture & Heritage Museums ETV Endowment of South Carolina Educational Information Corporation WCPE Radio Inc. Elloree Heritage Museum & Cultural Center FBN Productions Fine Arts Center of Kershaw County Five Points Association Gilbert Community Park Governor’s School for the Arts Foundation Inc. Greenville Symphony Endowment Fund Historic Columbia Foundation Interlochen Center for the Arts Kavinoky Theatre The Litchfield Ballet Foundation McKissick Museum The Metropolitan Opera Fund Metropolitan Opera National Council Mississippi Watercolor Society Newberry Opera House Foundation Opera Carolina
Orangeburg Historic & Fine Arts Endowment The Palmetto Opera Richland County Recreation Commission Riverbanks Society Rowan Museum The Sandlapper Singers Short Story Sistercare Inc. South Carolina Archives & History Foundation South Carolina Arts Commission South Carolina Arts Foundation The South Carolina Children’s Trust Fund South Carolina Governor’s School for Science & Mathematics South Carolina Museum Foundation South Carolina Philharmonic South Carolina State Museum Commission The Sumter County Gallery of Art Trustus Theatre UNC-TV University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill University of South Carolina University Radio Foundation Inc. The Upton Trio Volunteers of America Carolinas WBFO WDAV Classical Public Radio WMHK Radio WNED Workshop Theatre of South Carolina 134 Grants................$ 337,588.44 CIVIC ENGAGEMENT Amnesty International USA Boy Scouts of America-Indian Waters Council Consumers Union of United States Inc. Feminists for Life of America IMPACT Silver Spring Junior League of Greenville Inc. Lexington County Sheriffs Foundation Mothers Against Drunk Driving
The Rotary Club of Five Points Rotary Foundation of Rotary International South Carolina Appleseed Legal Justice Center South Carolina Council on Competitiveness Sovereign Military Order of Malta – Federal Association Town of Springfield 17 Grants...................$ 85,808.00 EDUCATION American Indian College Fund American Red Cross of Central South Carolina Ashley Hall Foundation Baylor School Belmont Abbey College Ben Lippen School Big Brothers-Big Sisters of Greater Columbia Inc. The Buckley School Foundation Cardinal Newman High School Carolina School for Inquiry Cayce-West Columbia Kiwanis Club Center for Science in the Public Interest Central Carolina Community Foundation Charleston Collegiate School Charleston County School District Chatham Hall The Citadel Foundation Clemson University Clemson University Foundation College of Charleston Foundation Columbia Bethlehem Community Center Columbia College Columbia International University Columbia Jewish Day School Communities In Schools of the Midlands Converse College Crossnore School Davidson College Davidson County Community College Foundation
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Delta Delta Delta Foundation Desert Christian Schools Dorchester School District Two Drake University Duke University Duke University Medical Center ETV Endowment of South Carolina EdVenture Children’s Museum Emory University The Endowment Fund of the Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity Episcopal High School Erskine College Fast Forward Technology Center Friends of Juvenile Justice Furman University Georgia State University Foundation Inc. Georgia Tech Foundation Glenforest School Governor’s School for the Arts Foundation Inc. Hammond School Hartwick College Heathwood Hall Episcopal School Heathwood Hall Episcopal School Endowment Fund Heritage Christian Academy Immanuel Christian School The Jesuit Partnership Junior Achievement of Central South Carolina Kids’ Chance of South Carolina King College Lake Forest College The Lander Foundation Lawrence University Lees-McRae College Lexington County School District One Educational Foundation Linville Foundation Marion Military Institute Mary Baldwin College Midlands Christian Learning Centers Montessori School of Anderson Montreat College Montreat Conference Center
Moore School of Business Morehead Alumni Campaign Newberry College Northfield Mt. Hermon School Northwestern University Palmetto Family Council Pattison’s DREAM Academy Peace College Penn State Presbyterian College Queens University of Charlotte Randolph College Reach Out and Read South Carolina Recording for the Blind and Dyslexic The Rectory School Red Cloud Indian School Richland County Public Library Richland County School District One Richland School District Two Education Foundation Sandhills School Sandlapper Society Inc. Seabury Western Theological Seminary Sixteenth Century Studies Conference South Carolina Branch of the International Dyslexia Association South Carolina Campaign To Prevent Teen Pregnancy South Carolina Governor’s School for Science and Mathematics Foundation Southern Interscholastic Press Association Speak Inc. St. John’s Episcopal Church Sweet Briar College Teachers’ Supply Closet Trinity School Inc. Trinity-Pawling School USC Educational Foundation United States Holocaust Memorial Museum University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill University of Pennsylvania Law School University of South Carolina University of South Carolina Foundation University Specialty Clinics Volunteers of America Carolinas
Wake Forest University Wake Forest University School of Medicine Washington & Lee University Westminster College Winthrop University Foundation Wofford College Woodberry Forest School 206 Grants...............$ 1,263,341.49 ENVIRONMENT AND ANIMAL WELFARE American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Animal Protection League Beaufort County Open Land Trust Brookgreen Gardens Carolina Wildlife Care Columbia Garden Club Foundation Columbia Green Congaree Land Trust Conservation Voters of South Carolina Education Fund Crystal Lake and Watershed Association Defenders of Wildlife Edisto Island Open Land Trust Friends of the Blue Ridge Parkway Inc. Friends of Dupont Forest Inc. Friends of the Reedy River Grand Traverse Regional Land Conservancy The Humane Society of the United States Humane SPCA International Center for Birds of Prey Irmo High School Kershaw County Humane Society National Parks Foundation Nature Conservancy The Nature Conservancy in South Carolina The Palmetto Conservation Foundation Pets Inc. Project Pet Quality Forward Sea Shepherd Conservation Society Sierra Club Foundation
South Carolina Coastal Conservation League South Carolina Wildlife Federation South Eastern Wildlife and Environment Education Association Southern Appalachian Highlands Conservancy SPCA Serving Erie County The Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation of S.C. The Trust for Public Land Upstate Forever World Wildlife Fund 69 Grants...................$394,240.91 HEALTH Alzheimer’s Association – South Carolina Chapter American Cancer Society American Heart Association American Institute for Cancer Research American Lung Association Arthritis Foundation Inc. Avon Foundation Cannon/Sloop Health Care Foundation Charleston Area Therapeutic Riding Inc. Community Medical Clinic of Kershaw County Crisis Pregnancy Center of Tucson The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Diabetes Research and Wellness Foundation Doctors Without Borders Easter Seals South Carolina Fearrington Cares First Presbyterian Church Christian Counseling Center The Free Clinics The Free Medical Clinic Inc. Free Medical Clinic of Darlington County Greenville Hospital System Greenwood Genetic Center Hadassah the Women’s Zionist Organization of America Inc.
Hauptman-Woodward Medical Research Institute Hemangioma Treatment Foundation Hospice & Community Care Hospice Foundation Hospice of Charleston Hospital Foundation to Advance Healthcare in Kershaw County Island Dolphin Care Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation International The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Lexington Medical Center Foundation Lowcountry Equine-Assisted Psychotherapy MUSC Children’s Hospital Fund March of Dimes Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center Mental Health America of South Carolina Muscular Dystrophy Association Inc. – Columbia National Federation of the Blind Newberry County Memorial Hospital Foundation Palmetto Center for Women Palmetto Health Foundation Planned Parenthood Federation of America Planned Parenthood of South Carolina Room at the Inn Inc. Sisters of Charity Providence Hospital The Smile Train South Carolina Society of Nuclear Medicine Spruce Pine Hospital Foundation St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital The Tuomey Foundation University Specialty Clinics The V Foundation for Cancer Research Welvista Winstons Wish Foundation YMCA of Columbia 94 Grants..................$ 179,935.42
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HOUSING AND HOMELESSNESS Buffalo City Mission Central South Carolina Habitat for Humanity Charleston Habitat for Humanity Habitat for Humanity International Home Works of America Inc. Pilgrims’ Inn Sea Island Habitat for Humanity St. Lawrence Place Trinity Housing Corporation United Way of the Midlands 21 Grants...................$ 134,907.37 HUMAN SERVICES Alliance for Children Foundation Alston Wilkes Society American Red Cross American Red Cross of Central South Carolina Bethany Christian Services Billie Hardee Home for Boys Cameron Memorial Cemetery Endowment Fund Carolina Children’s Home The Carter Center Children Unlimited of Family Service Center Children’s Attention Home Inc. Children’s Chance Children’s Home Inc. Christ Central Ministries Inc. The Columbia Jewish Community Center The Condos for Kids Foundation Inc. The Cooperative Ministry Crisis Ministries Darlington County Disabilities Foundation ELCA World Hunger and Disaster Appeal Episcopal Home at Still Hopes Episcopal Relief and Development Epworth Children’s Home Family Connection of South Carolina Inc. Family Service Center of South Carolina Feed the Children
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Food for the Poor Inc. God’s Storehouse Goodwill Industries of Western New York Inc. Gospel Rescue Mission Greater Greenville YMCA Harvest Hope Food Bank Hope Unlimited for Children Inc. La Leche League Law Enforcement Chaplaincy for South Carolina Lexington Interfaith Community Services Little Switzerland Fire Department Living Hope Foundation Main-Transit Fire Department Meals on Wheels My Sisters House Inc. National Federation Center of the Blind of South Carolina The Nurturing Center Oliver Gospel Mission Oxfam America Palmetto Place Children’s Emergency Shelter Palmetto Project Inc. ParentingPartners Pima County Child Abuse Prevention Council Quaker Cemetery Association Ruth and Naomi Senior Outreach The Salvation Army The Salvation Army Woodyard Fund Save the Children Seamark Ranch Sistercare Inc. The Souper Bowl of Caring The South Carolina Children’s Trust Fund Special Olympics South Carolina Sumter Family YMCA Thornwell Home & School for Children United States Fund for Unicef United Way of Greenville United Way of Kershaw County United Way of the Midlands United Way of Sumter, Clarendon and Lee Counties
Vital Connections of the Midlands Wardle Family YMCA of Beaufort County Water Missions International The Wesley Foundation at USC The Women’s Shelter York Place Episcopal Church Home for Children 197 Grants.................$ 879,654.75 PHILANTHROPY AND VOLUNTEERISM AFP — Central Carolina Chapter Central Carolina Community Foundation Chuck & Sara Calhoun Davis Foundation Inc. EdVenture Children’s Museum Greater Chapin Endowment Fund Hurley Memorial Park Foundation Junior Achievement of Central South Carolina Leadership South Carolina Lutheran Homes Foundation New Morning Foundation Palmetto Health Foundation Scarborough-Hamer Foundation South Carolina Association of Nonprofit Organizations Thomas G. Small Foundation United Way of the Midlands Volunteers of America Carolinas Women In Philanthropy 63 Grants...................$ 1,023,794.36 RELIGION Abiding Presence Lutheran Church All Saints Church All Saints’ Episcopal Church All Saints Mission Alliance Defense Fund Inc. American Bible Society American Family Association American Friends Service Committee Barefoot Community Church Beth Shalom Synagogue
Bethany Christian Services Bethel United Methodist Church Bible Broadcasting Network Bible Study Fellowship Bonclarken Conference Center The Brookland Foundation Calvary Chapel Vail Camp Discovery At His Acres Campus Crusade for Christ The Chapel of the Cross Chesterfield County Community Church Church of the Apostles Columbia International University Columbia Jewish Federation Columbia Theological Seminary Community Bible Study Compassion International Convent of the Transfiguration Corporate Chaplains of America Covenant House Covenant Presbyterian Church The Crossings Church Crossover Communications International Eastminster Presbyterian Church Equestrian Order of Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem Fairforest Baptist Church Fairway Outreach Faith Baptist Church Faith and Learning International Faith Memorial Chapel First Baptist Church First Baptist Church Hartsville First Presbyterian Church First Presbyterian Church Christian Counseling Center First (Scots) Presbyterian Church First United Methodist Church Focus on the Family Forest Lake Presbyterian Church Fourth Presbyterian Church Friends of St. Benedict Gideons International Good Shepherd Lutheran Church Grace Episcopal Church Heartworks Ministry at Crescent Hill
Holy Spirit Catholic Church Holy Trinity Lutheran Church In Touch Ministries Insight For Living Jones Swamp Pentecostal Holiness Church Kanuga Conferences Inc. Kennerly Road Baptist Church Kingdom Building Ministries Lake Robinson Baptist Church Lexington Presbyterian Church Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary Lutheridge-Lutherock Ministries Inc. The Marist Brothers of the United States Midlands Holy Family Fund Midtown Fellowship Ministry of Outreach to Slavic Tribes Navigators Ocilla United Methodist Church Oliver Gospel Mission Onelife Ministries Pasadena Covenant Church Pleasant Hill Baptist Church Princeton Theological Seminary Providence Presbyterian Church Rose Hill Presbyterian Church (PCA) Roswell Presbyterian Church Saint Mary’s Convent Samaritan’s Purse Shandon Presbyterian Church Society of Saint John the Evangelist Southeastern Jurisdictional Administrative Council Inc. Spring Valley Baptist Church Spring Valley Presbyterian Church St. Andrews Baptist Church St. Francis House St. John’s Episcopal Church St. Joseph’s Catholic Church St. Martin’s in the Fields Episcopal Church St. Mary’s Episcopal Church St. Mary’s Sewanee St. Michael’s Lutheran Church
St. Patrick’s Cathedral St. Paul’s Lutheran Church St. Stephen’s Lutheran Church Temple Zion Baptist Church Trenholm Road United Methodist Church Trinity Episcopal Cathedral Trinity Episcopal Church Trinity United Methodist Church Voice of the Martyrs Washington Street United Methodist Church Well Spoken Ministries World Mission Centre Young Life Young Life Columbia 308 Grants................$ 948,129.91 SCHOLARSHIPS A.C. Flora First Five Years Foundation Fund Alexis Felder, Francis Marion University Whitney Rapoport, Clemson University Lewis Wardlaw Blackman Scholarship Elizabeth Bergen, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Andrew Dixon, University of Georgia Eric McClam, Tulane University Bennett Porter, University of Georgia Handel-Carter Assistance Fund Daralyn Washington, Midlands Technical College Daughters of the Holy Cross – Sara Hempley Scholarship Theresa Baskin, University of South Carolina William S. and Elizabeth B. Heath Scholarship Kayla Breitwieser, University of South Carolina Lindsey Breitwieser, College of Charleston Jessica Foxworth, University of South Carolina Jennifer Joyner, Winthrop University
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Elizabeth Lewis, College of Charleston Derrik Murray, University of South Carolina Estelle Jones Memorial Scholarship Raymond Jones, Coastal Carolina University Estelle Jones Non-Traditional Students Scholarship Samuel Jones Jr., University of South Carolina LinkScholars Program Fund Kymberly Etheredge, University of South Carolina Lakeisha Jenkins, University of South Carolina Dr. William L. McDow Scholarship Latoria Anthony, Clemson University Rebekah Bowers, Columbia College Miller Scholarship Anthony Clark, College of Charleston William Dail, University of South Carolina Andrew Drake, Clemson University William Lewis, Davidson College Montika Simpson, Clemson University Nikhil Singal, Furman University National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors Scholarship Atara Howard, University of South Carolina Richard Roberts, University of South Carolina Rogers and Meredith College Fund Reisha Alston, Spartanburg Methodist College Lauren Bowles, University of Georgia Tyesha Deas, University of South Carolina Brittney N. Culbreath, Francis Marion University Tyesha Deas, University of South Carolina Heather Dwyer, Winthrop University Ashley Lawson, University of South Carolina Alexander Lesov, University of South Carolina Meagan O’Keefe, East Carolina University Rachel Pemberton, Clemson University
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Jeremy Richards, University of South Carolina Michael Steiniger, University of South Carolina Twanda Wadlington, Fisk University Norris Wallace IV, Claflin University Bobbi Rossi Memorial Scholarship Jordan Hardy, Cardinal Newman High School Caroline Maass, Cardinal Newman High School Lauren Nottoli, Cardinal Newman High School Sandy Streisel, University of South Carolina Jennifer Strohmeier, University of South Carolina H. Eugene Webb Jr. Scholarship Jordan Kokesh, University of South Carolina Nathan A. Macaruso, Duke University Woodlands’ Families Scholarship Fund Tiffany Huggins, Orangeburg Calhoun Technical College Thomas Rumph, Savannah College of Art & Design 71 Scholarships.......$ 219,200.00
Indian Waters Council, Boy Scouts of America Kids Unlimited Lake Murray Titans Baseball Inc. MCETEAP (Midlands Community Enrichment) Newberry Boys Farm Inc. Palmetto Health Foundation Pee Dee Area Council, Boy Scouts of America S.C. Junior Golf Foundation Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club Special Olympics South Carolina YMCA Blue Ridge Assembly YMCA of Greenville Youth Corps 40 Grants..................$ 1,074,680.00
Arts and Culture (134). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $
Civic Engagement (17). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85,808.00 Education (206). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,263,341.49 Environment and Animal Wellfare (69). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 394,240.91
YOUTH DEVELOPMENT Ashley Hall Foundation Boys & Girls Club of Henderson County The Boys and Girls Club of the Midlands Inc. Camp Adam Fisher Inc. Camp Discovery At His Acres Capital City Youth Football Association City Year Columbia Community Foundation of Greenville The Family Center Friends of Juvenile Justice Girl Scouts of South Carolina – Mountains to Midlands Inc.
Health (94) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 179,935.42 Housing and Homelessness (21). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .134,907.37 Human Services (197). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 879,654.75 Philanthropy and Volunteerism (63). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,023,794.36 Religion (308) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 948,129.91 Scholarships (71). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 219,200.00 Youth Development (40). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,074,680.00 TOTAL (1,220). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $ 6,541,280.65
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A legacy impacts students in the Lower Richland Community
Growing up, Zack and Rachel Clarkson’s children knew their parents had good hearts. They saw first-hand how the Clarksons regularly provided food, clothing, firewood, money and a myriad of other services that reflected their genuine love for people less fortunate than they were. But they didn’t realize just how much others thought of their parents until after their father’s death in 2000.
But as time moved on, the family began to discover some of the disadvantages of creating a private foundation. These disadvantages— costs, ongoing administrative burdens and IRS restrictions— encouraged the family to search for an alternative. Brenda Clarkson Turpeau, the Foundation’s President, decided to talk with the Community Foundation about the family’s options.
“After my father passed away, people came up to us and shared their stories of how our father had helped them,” said his daughter, Brenda Clarkson Turpeau. The Lower Richland community proposed a living memorial for Zack, and in 2003, his family established The Zack C. Clarkson Sr. & Rachel Scott Clarkson Foundation in his memory and his wife’s honor.
After considering their options, the family chose to move a large portion of the Clarkson Foundation’s assets to a scholarship fund at the Community Foundation. The Zack and Rachel Clarkson Scholarship Fund will provide scholarships to students at Lower Richland High School, with a focus on economically-disadvantaged African American males.
The Clarkson Foundation sought to carry on the work Zack and Rachel did in their Hopkins community. It did so by continuing to provide human services and educational opportunities for people in the area.
“My father was always an advocate for education,” recalled Ms. Turpeau. “He was unable to receive a college education because of many other demanding responsibilities such as WWII, but he promoted the importance of education to others.”
Through this scholarship fund, the family will be able to maintain Zack’s support of education, honor his roots in the Lower Richland community and focus their resources to help address the high school drop-out rate. Zack and Rachel’s legacy will live on through the students their generosity has helped to succeed.
Agency Endowment Funds Alpha Xi Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau Inc. Research Fund Alzheimer’s Disease & Related Disorders Association Inc. – Palmetto Chapter Animal Protection League Endowment Fund Calhoun County Library Building Fund* Capital Senior Center Endowment Fund Carolina Children’s Home Endowment Fund Children Unlimited Endowment Inc. Foundation Fund Children’s Chance Endowment Fund Children’s Chance – Harry Sunshine Fund Columbia Choral Society Endowment Fund Columbia City Ballet Endowment Fund The Columbia Garden Club Foundation Endowment Fund The Commun-I-Care Bart Barone Endowment Fund Congaree Land Trust Endowment Fund Congaree Land Trust - Evelyn Pringle Boyd Memorial Fund Cultural Council of Richland and Lexington Counties Endowment Fund EdVenture Yes Every Child Endowment Fund Family Service Center Fund for Crippled Children The Connie M. Ginsberg Endowment Fund Girl Scouts of South Carolina – Mountains to Midlands Inc. – Myrtle Lasley Endowment Fund Governor’s School For the Arts Endowment Fund Hammond School Endowment Fund Junior Achievement of Central South Carolina Inc. Endowment Fund Junior League of Columbia Inc. Endowment Fund Lexington/Richland Alcohol and Drug Abuse Council Endowment Fund Mental Illness Recovery Center Inc. Endowment Fund
Nancy K. Perry Children’s Shelter Foundation Fund Newberry County Hospital Foundation Inc. Endowment Fund Orangeburg Historic and Fine Arts Endowment Fund Palmetto Place Children’s Emergency Shelter Capital Campaign Fund* Palmetto Place Children’s Emergency Shelter Endowment Fund* Senior Resources Inc. Endowment Fund Sexual Trauma Services of the Midlands Endowment Fund Sistercare Inc. Endowed Fund Southern Interscholastic Press Association Endowment Fund Sumter County Gallery of Art Endowment Fund The Town Theatre Endowment Fund United Way of the Midlands Endowment Fund Women in Philanthropy of the United Way of the Midlands Fund
Commonwealth Funds Mary and Clinch Belser Unrestricted Fund Boyle Family Unrestricted Fund Darfur Action Group of South Carolina Administrative Fund* Faucette Fund Genesis Fund Greater Chapin Community Endowment Joyce Martin Hampton Unrestricted Fund Harriet and Walter Keenan Unrestricted Fund Kershaw County Endowment Fund Lipscomb Family Unrestricted Fund Cindy and Evan Nord Unrestricted Fund Orangeburg Calhoun Community Foundation Francis L. Shealy and Mary Joyce Shealy Unrestricted Fund Sarah and Wilbur Smith Fund Mary Averill Stanton Unrestricted Grantmaking Fund Sumter Community Foundation Fund
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Designated Funds Deane and Roger Ackerman Designated Fund for the Sumter Gallery of Art* James F. Adams Memorial Fund Averyt Special Fund Blanton Matching Fund Brookland Foundation Inc. Homeless Outreach Endowment Fund Clarkson Memorial Fund for Zion Episcopal Church Cemetery* Daily Bread Memorial Fund (Harvest Hope Food Bank) David and Julie Epting Fund Robert W. Foster Designated Fund Julia R. Gentles Fund Gilbert Community Park Fund Harby Milk Fund Harvest Hope Food Bank Designated Fund Heathwood Hall Episcopal School Designated Fund Kate M. LaCoste Endowment for Carolina Children’s Home Kate M. LaCoste Endowment for Fairforest Baptist Church Kate M. LaCoste Endowment for First Baptist Church Mott Administrative Endowment Fund for CCCF Nurturing Center Designated Funds A & B Master Sergeant Worley E. Phipps Fund Dave Ransdell Memorial Fund Edward Y. and Mary Lee Roper Family Endowment Fund for The Cooperative Ministry Edward Y. and Mary Lee Roper Family Endowment for Harvest Hope Food Bank Edward Y. and Mary Lee Roper Family Fund Roseberry Family Designated Fund John J. and Inez K. Ross Charitable Fund S.C. Greenhouse Growers’ Research Endowment Fund Sandhills School Emergency Fund Marshall and Frances Shearouse Fund Mary Averill Stanton Administrative Endowment Fund for CCCF
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Mary Averill Stanton Fund for the Aiken SPCA Mary Averill Stanton Fund for the HSPCA of Richland County Swansea High School Athletic Foundation Fund Alice E. and Richard N. Vandekieft Memorial Fund John and Betty Warren Fund Milford H. Wessinger Designated Fund Sarah Nash Wilson Fund Max and Sibby Wood Endowment Fund
Donor-Advised Funds The Academy of Columbia Foundation Fund Deane and Roger Ackerman Family Fund Alexander Family Fund Allison Family Fund Lynette Lewis Allston and Allard A. Allston Family Fund Gayle O. Averyt Donor Advised Fund Baker and Baker Fund for Childrenâ€™s Literacy Charlotte Jackson Berry Donor Advised Fund* Lewis Blackman Foundation Fund Bill and Jean Blount Donor Advised Fund BlueCross BlueShield Donor Advised Fund The Furman and Kim Buchanan Fund Edward B. Cantey Donor Advised Fund The Cassels Foundation Fund Eugene Bowen and Vivian Gunter Chase Family Foundation Fund Anne and Neal Christiansen Fund Cotter Family Fund Jay and Yolanda Courie Community Fund Thomas W. Cozart Jr. Family Foundation Fund Dailey Family Charitable Fund Frank J. and Laura M. Dana Fund Dove Fund Easterby Family Fund South Ebert Fund for Learning Disabilities Fant Family Donor Advised Fund
Farrell Family Foundation Fund The First Fruits Foundation Fund Robert W. Foster Charitable Fund Frankstone Family Fund* Leon S. and Billie Goodall Donor Advised Fund* Vesta and Eddie Haselden Fund Stella B. Hennessee Fund Boyd C. Hipp II Family Fund Michael and Michelle Hogue Donor Advised Fund Hootie and The Blowfish Foundation Fund Katharine and William Hubbard Family Fund Nexsen B. and Sylvia T. Johnson Fund Jones Family Fund Alan and Charlotte Kahn Family Fund Shiney and Lally Keenan Memorial Donor Advised Fund* John S. and James L. Knight Foundation Advised Fund The Lehman Charitable Fund Lipscomb Family Donor Advised Fund Joyce Binkley Long Ovarian Cancer Research Donor Advised Fund The Marion and Finley Lucas Jr. Donor Advised Fund William R. Horton and Mary R. Major Family Fund Jim and Claudia Maloney Foundation Fund Cass Elias McCarter Memorial Fund Ben and Henriette Morris Family Fund Mr. and Mrs. Page Morris Family Fund The Mungo Charitable Fund Nelson Mullins Riley and Scarborough Foundation Fund Beth and Eric Nord Fund for the Arts Cindy and Evan Nord Family Fund Ethan W. Nord Donor Advised Fund Evan W. Nord Donor Designated Fund Walter and Virginia Nord Donor Advised Fund* F. D. Owen Jr. Family Fund Roy and Marnie Pearce Fund Poston Family Fund Redd Family Fund
Dan and Mary Rivers Charitable Gift Fund George W. and Connally S. Rogers Fund Hannah and Ronald Rogers Fund The SCBT Foundation Fund Marcia Reinfeld Samuels Donor Advised Fund Scarborough Family Charitable Trust Fund The Scott-Pearce Family Fund Ann Scott Foundation Fund Wayne Shuler Family Foundation Fund The George E. and Sabie M. Simmons Charitable Fund Eloise C. Snyder Foundation Fund The Sovereign Ministries Foundation Fund Addie Lawson Howle and Hugh Stokes Sprott Fund Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Sullivan Foundation Fund Christy and Ken Taucher Donor Advised Fund Taylor Family Charitable Trust Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Tronco Jr. Fund Allyson Nord Wandtke Donor Advised Fund Samuel C. and Mary E. Baskin Waters Foundation Fund John T. and Shirley A. Weeks Fund Wendyth and Warner Wells Charitable Fund* Williams Fund G. Larry and Patricia Wilson Foundation Fund The Robert W. Wingard Jr. Donor Advised Fund Andrew D. Zalkin Charitable Fund*
Donor-Advised Non-Endowed Funds Abacus Planning Group Inc. Escrow Fund Aloha Trust Escrow Fund Bailey Escrow Fund Frank and Melanie Baker Escrow Fund Peter A. and Mary W. Balbach Escrow Fund Barone-Johnson Escrow Fund Beth and Russell Bauknight Fund Bell Donor Advised Escrow Fund
Blanton Escrow Fund M. Edward Sellers and Suzan D. Boyd Escrow Fund The Buckley School Foundation Campaign Fund Mrs. Sidney B. Burnett Donor Advised Escrow Fund James T. Burns Charitable Funds Caulkins-Anderson Donor Advised Escrow Fund Clark Family Fund Henry and Emily Clay Escrow Fund Columbia Beautification Foundation Fund – BeautiFive Project Columbia Beautification Foundation Fund – Forever Forest Tree Foundation The Columbia Garden Club Foundation Projects Fund Richard E. Conner Sr. and Jo An M. Conner Donor Advised Escrow Fund Susannah and John Cook Fund Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Davidson Sr. Escrow Fund Davis Family Escrow Fund Beverly L. Edgell Donor Advised Escrow Fund Ellis Lawhorne and Sims Donor Advised Escrow Fund Clarence and Virginia Evans Donor Advised Escrow Fund George C. Fant Jr. Escrow Fund Barry J. and Jennifer A. Feldman Donor Advised Escrow Fund Film Apprenticeship Programs Inc.* Thomas S. and Elizabeth M. Walker Fitzgerald Donor Advised Escrow Fund Bobby Foster Escrow Fund Margaret and Clarence Fouse Donor Advised Escrow Fund Reginald E. and Phyllis D. Francklyn Fund Glenn Escrow Fund Chris Goodall Family Fund Graybill Escrow Fund Elizabeth E. Griffith Charitable Donor Advised Escrow Fund Mr. and Mrs. Ted Halkyard Escrow Fund
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Haltiwanger Escrow Fund Handpicked Inc. Escrow Fund Scott and Emilee Hendrix Donor Advised Escrow Fund C. Carroll and Susan B. Heyward Donor Advised Escrow Fund Bruce and Carla Hughes Charitable Fund Hutto Escrow Fund Dr. and Mrs. Richard Lawson Escrow Fund Lloyd and Doris Liles Donor Advised Escrow Fund John and Mary Jane Martin Fund Mary and John McCants Escrow Fund Julius W. and Elizabeth M. McKay Donor Advised Escrow Fund Reverend Joe D. Mills Fund The Nesbitt Family Foundation Fund* Nord Cascading Unitrust Escrow Fund J. Michael and Rachel R. Otis Donor Advised Escrow Fund David G. and Joan R. Owen Escrow Fund The Henry Michael Powell Memorial Fund Deborah Fyffe Prier Fund Jim and Perry Ritchie Donor Advised Escrow Fund Bill Rogers Escrow Fund George and Marie Roper Escrow Fund S.C. Youth Philanthropy Partnership Fund Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Shaw Donor Advised Escrow Fund Steve and Louise Slater Escrow Fund Ben and Lorraine Smith Charitable Donor Advised Escrow Mr. and Mrs. John C.B. Smith Jr. Escrow Fund Wilbur C. and Diane T. Smith Donor Advised Escrow Fund Mac and Beverly Stidham Escrow Fund Strasburger Escrow Fund Cameron Todd Escrow Fund Jack and Elizabeth Towell Donor Advised Escrow Fund David E. and Dorothy G. Tribble Escrow Fund WRS/DMT Donor Advised Escrow Fund
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Weiner Escrow Fund Susan P. and Stephen K. Wiggins Fund Womble Escrow Fund Women in Philanthropy of United Way of the Midlands Donor Advised Escrow Fund Max and Sibby Wood Escrow Fund Andrew D. and Connie B. Woodham Fund Margaret and Chris Yeakel Donor Advised Escrow Fund Dr. and Mrs. William F. Young Escrow Fund
Field-of-Interest Funds Robert G. and Jean C. Barinowski Fund Pierrine and Hootie Johnson Field of Interest Fund M.B. Kahn Construction Company Employees Disaster Relief & Emergency Fund M.B. Kahn Construction Company Fund Nell V. Mellichamp Fund Mental Health Resources Foundation Fund Ministry Resources Foundation Fund Monroe Family Fund Pied Piper Fund David W. Robinson Catalyst Award Fund The Roseberry Family Fund The Sunshine Fund Jack E. and Naomi H. Taylor Fund Milford H. Wessinger Building Better Tomorrows Fund The Andrew D. Zalkin Fund for Visual and Performing Art*
Scholarship Funds A.C. Flora First Five Years Foundation Fund Lester L. Bates Scholarship Fund Lewis Wardlaw Blackman Scholarship Fund James A. Broome Scholarship Fund (Columbia High School Key Club) The Buckley School Foundation Zack and Rachel Clarkson Scholarship Fund* Daughters of the Holy Cross – Sara Hempley Scholarship Fund
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Explorers Scholarship Fund Rhittie Gettone – Leading by Example – Communities In Schools Scholarship Fund Gilbert Alumni Technology Scholarship Fund Gilbert Ruritan Scholarship Fund Girl Scouts of South Carolina – Mountains to Midlands– Chandler Burns Scholarship Fund Handel-Carter Assistance Fund William S. and Elizabeth B. Heath Scholarship Fund Bobby J. Jacobs Jr. Turn Your Life Around Award Estelle Jones Memorial Scholarship Fund Estelle Jones Non-Traditional Students Scholarship Fund LinkScholars Program Fund James T. McCain Leadership Fund Dr. William L. McDow Scholarship Fund Miller Scholarship Fund National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors Scholarship Fund Grace Brooks and E. Perry Palmer Fund The Pierce/Zimmerman Scholarship Fund James J. Robb Scholarship Fund Rogers and Meredith College Fund Bobbi Rossi Memorial Scholarship Fund Louetta Slice Scholarship Fund Christine Webb Scholarship Fund H. Eugene Webb Jr. Scholarship Fund Milford H. Wessinger Scholarship Fund Woodlands’ Families Scholarship Fund Number of Funds: 351 * = New Fund
Regional Endowments As part of their relationship with the Foundation, Chapin, Kershaw, Sumter, Orangeburg and Calhoun have established endowments specific to their areas to better serve local community needs. Each affiliate has set a clear purpose to enable neighbors, leaders, citizens, family and friends to provide for each other and their futures together as a community. A board of local community advisors provides leadership over the resources for the nonprofit organizations in their targeted areas. •C Greater Chapin hapin Community Theatre was Community Endowment awarded $2,500 to assist with Thurston L. Chavis Jr. the production of the play Dearly Linda DuRant Beloved. Chris Koon Bud Lewandowski, Secretary • Good Works Alliance Inc. received Pat Lewandowski, Treasurer $1,250 for unrestricted support of the Debbie McCaslin organization, which provides labor, Dinah Pinner materials, and equipment for home Gary Schmedding repairs to homeowners in need. Louetta A. Slice, Chair Randall Stewart • Chapin We Care Center received John M. Stickney $1,250 for unrestricted support of J. Robert Wilson Jr., Vice Chair the organization, which provides emergency food supplies, financial assistance for utility bills and medical and dental needs, assistance with day care, and job placement services.
Orangeburg Calhoun Community Foundation C.F. Evans Trudy R. Frierson Robert R. Horger, Esq. Mike Johnson Dane H. Murray, Secretary/Treasurer Jim Roquemore, Chair Randy L. Snell Freda S. Summers Ann T. Summers, Vice Chair Braxton B. Wannamaker, M.D. Matthew W. Way • Elloree Heritage Museum & Cultural Center received $3,000 to install an elevator to provide complete access to the second-floor exhibit area. • Project Life: Positeen was awarded $3,000 to expand the tutorial program into Rivelon and BethuneBowman Elementary Schools. Sumter Community Foundation John M. Brabham Jr. Kathleen Fox Creech, Chair William E. DuRant Jr., Esq. Lee A. McLeod Hubert D. Osteen Jr. Lorin P. Palmer Philip G. Palmer, CPA Victoria L. Shaw Larry C. Weston, Esq. William F. Young, M.D. No grants awarded to allow Foundation to grow.
Kershaw County Endowment Harriett C. Brevard The Honorable Mary Virginia Clark Debra L. Edwards Carolyn J. Hampton Kay D. Kinard Pauline W. Lampshire, Chair Vivian B. Metze Jane M. Peacock, CPA Robert J. Sheheen, Esq. Sylvia Upton Wood • Habitat For Humanity of Kershaw County received $500 to work with community volunteers to build houses in Camden for families in need. • Walter M. Crowe Animal Shelter received $500 to assist with the installation of new flooring for the puppy area. • Junior Achievement of Central South Carolina was awarded $1,000 to assist with funding a S.C. Youth Philanthropy Partnership program at Lugoff Elementary School. • Kershaw County Literacy Association received $1,000 to expand the after-school tutoring program for students. • Fine Arts Center of Kershaw County was awarded $2,000 to partner with the Kershaw County Medical Center
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to create an accessible, reassuring and encouraging environment for oncology patients to experience the arts during treatment. • Historic Camden Foundation received $890 to enhance the hands-on component of the school education program. • Kershaw County Humane Society was awarded $1,000 to help fund a low-cost spay and neuter program. • The Upton Trio was awarded $1,000 to provide the educational concert An American Story to students in Kershaw County and community groups.
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Palmetto Place Fund
Impacting children in need for generations to come A safe haven. A refuge from pain. A blanket of security. These are all things a home should be for a child, but unfortunately that’s not always the case. For these children, Palmetto Place Children’s Emergency Shelter offers a safe and caring environment to help them through their most difficult and vulnerable times. Palmetto Place was founded in 1977 as a temporary, emergency children’s shelter by the Junior Women’s Club of Columbia (JWC), who remain actively involved with the shelter to this day. Children are placed at the shelter after they are removed from their homes because of abuse or neglect, or when their parents are incarcerated or hospitalized and the children have no place to go. While there, the children receive medical and mental health care, nutritious meals, and clothing and personal care items. Throughout its 31-year history, Palmetto Place has been funded through government reimbursements, the United Way of the Midlands and the JWC, and general fundraising efforts and events. But in 2007, the organization recognized the need to ensure the vision and security of the shelter for the future.
“We recognized it was in our best interest to place some of our resources where they could grow and help provide long-term stability for the organization,” said Executive
Director Marisa Merchant Brooks. “One of the goals in our strategic plan is to build a new facility, so we are making provisions to begin a capital campaign,” explained Mrs. Brooks. The shelter needed an option that would provide them with consistent management and longterm growth. “We understand there will be more expenses to operate at a new facility than we can foresee at this point,” added Mrs. Brooks. Palmetto Place decided to start an Agency Endowment fund with Central Carolina Community Foundation. This fund will grow over time and
help provide the long-term operating expenses for a new facility. The shelter chose to work with the Community Foundation because of the services we offer and the positive feedback they received after speaking with some of our other clients. Mrs. Brooks met with the Foundation’s Vice President for Development Larry Snipes, “and the more information I received, the more I realized that this was the best fit for us,” she explained. Through the Community Foundation, this endowment will continue the important work of Palmetto Place Children’s Emergency Shelter well into the future. For more information about Palmetto Place or how to support their mission, please visit www.palmettoplaceshelter.org or call 803.786.6819.
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What the Community Foundation offers our Donors As the preeminent philanthropic organization in our community, the Foundation offers many benefits to our donors. Flexibility The Community Foundation makes giving easy and flexible, by accepting a wide variety of gifts. We allow individuals, families, companies or nonprofits to establish a fund that is tailored to meet specific charitable interests and financial goals. Efficiency We offer a creative, cost-effective and tax-efficient way for people to invest in the charitable causes they care about most. Endowed gifts to the Community Foundation are pooled and invested in a balanced portfolio for maximum growth and impact. Local Expertise Our professional staff has an in-depth understanding of the issues, opportunities and resources that shape our community. We monitor various aspects of need and can help you learn more about local agencies and programs that make a difference in the areas you care about most. Permanence Your gift to the Foundation and all future earnings from that gift is a permanent source of community capital, helping do good work forever. Endowed gifts remain with the Foundation for a lifetime and beyond with perpetual stewardship of your original charitable intentions.
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Establish Your Giving Plan Central Carolina Community Foundation offers simple and effective options for donors who want to improve our community through philanthropy. Commonwealth Funds are supported through your unrestricted gifts and allow the Community Foundation to respond to the ever-changing needs of the Midlands. Income is distributed after a competitive review process to nonprofits that have innovative programs and a substantial impact within the community. Field-of-Interest Funds support a specific focus area of your choice such as arts, education, human services or youth. By identifying and distributing grants concurrent with your area of concern, a field-of-interest fund ensures your interests are supported, but does not limit the funding to one particular organization. Donor-Advised Funds provide both immediate impact and sustainable benefit while giving you the flexibility to give to many varying organizations and programs. At the core is
a permanent ‘endowed’ fund which makes a portion available for distribution to charitable causes each year and will grow over time. Alongside the permanent fund can be a nonpermanent ‘escrow’ fund which allows for distribution of the entire balance in amounts as small as $100. Designated Funds allow you to identify specific nonprofit organizations to receive grants. You may choose one or several organizations to support with your fund. An annual income from the fund is paid to the designated organization(s) to be used to support operations and programs. Agency Endowment Funds provide a simple way for your nonprofit organization to establish a permanent endowment, providing a source of lasting support. You can choose to receive the income earned annually from your fund or let it go into the principle and continue to grow.
Scholarship Funds allow you to help provide educational opportunities for future generations. These funds are typically set up to honor loved ones or someone who has helped you become successful in life. You may designate the criteria for the scholarship and assist in the selection process by serving on the scholarship selection committee if you so choose.
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Decide How to Give We offer a variety of giving tools to help you achieve your charitable goals. There are two ways to give to the Community Foundation â€” immediate or planned gifts â€” and there are several methods by which to contribute these gifts. Each of these choices offers various financial and tax benefits. Immediate Giving Options Cash gifts are the easiest way to create a named fund or add to an existing fund at the Community Foundation. Cash gifts are fully deductible up to 50 percent of your adjusted gross income in any one year and can be made with a check, wire transfer or a national credit card. Securities (bonds, mutual funds and stock), may be used to establish a fund or add to an existing fund. The full fair market value is deductible as a charitable contribution up to 30 percent of your adjusted gross income. Making a gift of appreciated securities allows you to avoid the capital gains tax on the appreciated portion of the gift. Real Estate gifts are an ideal way to attain a level of giving you might not have previously considered possible.
By donating real estate to the Community Foundation, you receive the maximum tax deduction allowed by law and avoid capital gains tax. Planned Giving Options Bequests are gifts left to the Community Foundation in your estate. Many donors who may be concerned about their future finances choose a bequest as a way to positively influence the future of their community after they are gone. Beneficiary gifts allow you to make a charitable contribution by naming the Community Foundation as the beneficiary on your life insurance or retirement accounts. Because the Community Foundation is exempt from paying federal income taxes, the full amount of the gift will be available to support organizations and causes that are important to you.
Charitable Gift Annuities allow you to arrange a generous gift to your community, while providing yourself a new income source you can count on for the rest of your life. This option provides immediate annuity payments for you and a deferred charitable gift for your community. You receive a tax deduction for the charitable portion of your gift. Trusts can be very simple, or they can be as complex as necessary to meet your financial, charitable and personal goals. Charitable lead trusts provide income to the Community Foundation immediately and for a period of years, after which the property reverts to you. A charitable remainder trust allows you to receive an income for life. Payments may vary from year to year or can be fixed at the time the gift is made.
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Legacy Society Central Carolina Community Foundation created the Legacy Society to honor those who have made a lasting commitment to our community by including charitable gifts to the Foundation in their estate. The Legacy Society provides a way for the Community Foundation to recognize and thank these individuals during their lifetimes and beyond.
Future Benefits for our Donors The Community Foundation is currently working to upgrade the services we are able to provide our donors. In 2009, we plan to offer a host of online services for our fundholders. Donors will be able to check their fund balance and recommend a grant for distribution online. You may even be able to research nonprofit organizations in our service area directly from our site. Our goal is to make it as easy and convenient as possible for you to reach your philanthropic goals.
Legacy Society members will always be recognized as contributing members of their generation, leaving a record of generosity and support for future generations to see and respect. We appreciate their vision and insight for our communityâ€™s future. If you would like to become a member of the Legacy Society simply notify us of your plans to leave a gift to the Community Foundation. Gayle O. Averyt Mary Wyatt Balbach Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Barinowski Mrs. Jane A. Barnhill Mac and Leslie Bennett Charlotte Jackson Berry Mr. Charles Shannon Blackwell* Mr. and Mrs. Addison Bostain Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Bowers Sr. Arlen and Janet Cotter Jo Mengedoht Cox Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Dana Mrs. William W. Dukes Jr. Sam and Toni Elkins David A. and Julie D. Epting Marjorie Heggie and David Estefano Mr. and Mrs. George C. Fant Jr. Mrs. Julia R. Gentles Ms. Leila Grimball Rusty and Plum Hammond Mrs. Sue Hendricks C. Carroll and Susan B. Heyward Mr. and Mrs. Owen M. Holmes III Clifton J. Kitchens Marion A. Knox Mrs. Kate Miller LaCoste* Dr. Lanneau D. Lide Jr.
Lloyd S. Liles Mr. and Mrs. David L. Martin Ann S. McAden Ms. Jamie Young McCulloch Dr. and Mrs. James E. Mercer Frances K. Mills Mr. I. Harby Moses Ethan W. Nord Dorothy G. Owen Katie and Scott Peterson Mr.* and Mrs. J. Key Powell Dan and Mary Rivers Bill Rogers Mr. and Mrs. Edward Y. Roper Sr. Mr. J. Royal Roseberry III Paul and Ann Schuler Marshall and Frances Shearouse* Henry and Linda Sims Mary Averill Stanton* H. Talcott Stith Jr.* John and Betty Warren Mr. and Mrs. H. Dallon Weathers Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John T. Weeks Sally Nash Wilson Max and Sibby Wood *deceased
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Foundation Fellow $2,500+ AT&T Ben Arnold Beverage Company BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina Mike and Julie Brenan Bob and Kathy Brousseau Colonial Life Frank A. Floyd Jr. Margie and Larry Gilbert Joyce Martin Hampton Lipscomb Family Foundation Inc. Marriott Columbia The Mungo Company Inc. Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP Ethan W. Nord Donor Advised Fund Poston Family Fund SCBT The State Media Company Tommy and Jane Suggs
Foundation Associate $1,000 to $2,499 Abacus Planning Group Inc. Clarissa T. Adams Mr. and Mrs. David C. Allison Lynette Lewis Allston and Allard A. Allston Family Fund BellSouth Charlotte Jackson Berry Donor Advised Fund Charlotte and Joe Berry Bill and Jean Blount Donor Advised Fund Mr. Nathan DeCamps Eastman Chemical Company South Carolina Operations Elliott Davis LLC George C. Fant Jr. Escrow Fund Mr. and Mrs. John H. Lumpkin Jr. McNair Law Firm PA Sue and Bill Minter Hannah and Ronald Rogers Scarborough Family Charitable Trust Fund
Suzan D. Boyd and M. Edward Sellers Mr. and Mrs. James H. Shelley Ronald Q. Shermer Dave and Julie Sojourner Southern Steel Products Inc. Rick and Brenda Wheeler
Foundation Supporter $100 – $999 Rodney Abee Abercrombie Agency Inc. Ms. Ann Addy Mr. Michael J. Adkins Julia and Richard Alexander American Red Cross of Central South Carolina Mr. Richard Ames Mr. and Mrs. George J. Antonucci Asset Management and Planning Inc. Ms. Stacey Atkinson Ayco Charitable Foundation Mr. John Bahouth Mr. Jerome Baker Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Bannon Bell Aviation Mac and Leslie Bennett Scott and Karen Blackmon Joe and Melissa Blanchard Ms. Ericka Blanck Mr. and Mrs. Roger Blau Mr. Darrell Boykin Boys & Girls Club of the Midlands Cynthia B. Bradshaw Ethel S. Brody Mr. and Mrs. J. Carl Byars Jr. C. F. Evans & Company Inc. Mr. Ronald Capute Jeff Chaplin Anne and Neal Christiansen Ms. Elizabeth Christmas Mr. John Cocker Mr. and Mrs. Freeman W. Coggins Jr. Fred Collins Cornerstone Mountain Realty Ray Covington
Leary Cox Mr. and Mrs. Roy Crabb Joan Mims Creed M. Elizabeth Crum, Esq. Mike Davis Chris Dionne Robert F. Dozier Mr. and Mrs. Gary Duncan Ellis Lawhorne and Sims PA Mr. and Mrs. F. Earl Ellis Mr. and Mrs. G. Daniel Ellzey Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Failla Mr. and Mrs. George Fann Fast Forward Technology Center Fisher and Phillips Katherine Wells and James Flanagan Ms. Melinda Forthofer Dave and Kathleen Fuller Mr. Vincent Gainey Ms. Tina Galvin Mr. Charles Gibbs James and Louise Givens Alexa Godwin Mr. John S. Goettee Henry and Gloria Goldberg Ms. Sara June Goldstein Daniel K. Gooch Mike and Robin Gorman Carl D. Gosline Ms. Therese A. Griffin Elizabeth E. Griffith Charitable Donor Advised Escrow Fund Libba and Steve Griffith The Happy Cookers Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hardee Erin Hardwick Edmund H. Hardy Daisy W. Harman Mr. Grady Hart Mr. Robert Hattler Bob and Jerri Hayden Harvey Helman Scott and Emilee Hendrix Donor Advised Escrow Fund C. Carroll and Susan B. Heyward David Hipp
Bob and Ruth Horger Mr. and Mrs. William C. Hubbard Bruce and Carla Hughes Charitable Fund Bruce W. Hughes Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Humphreys Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan H. Ingram J. W. Hunt and Company LLP Mr. and Mrs. Howard Jarrett Phil and Pam Jenkins Mr. and Mrs. J. Thomas Johnson Watson and Kay Johnson Hal and C. A. Jordan Kauders/Rawson Family Fund Mrs. Kathy Kenyon Ms. Pam King Marion A. Knox Fund Mr. Charles de Krafft Virginia and Paul Lacoste Lloyd S. Liles Drs. Gary J. and Terri E. Lindquester Lizard’s Thicket Craig Locascio Loosh Culinaire Allan MacDonald Mr. John Mann Ms. Alice Markowitz Ms. Courtney Martin Rick and Jeanette Mathis Mr. Daniel Mayo McAngus Goudelock & Courie Mary and John McCants Escrow Fund Dr. and Mrs. Mark C. McGannon Sally T. McKay Media Concepts Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Fred Medway Mr. Anthony Meyer Alecia Milling Reverend Joe D. Mills Fund Ricky Mollohan Tim and Catherine Monetti Allen and Marcia Montgomery Michael E. Mooney Mrs. Cathy Muller Ms. Kerrie M. Newell Mr. and Mrs. Michael Newman Ms. Donna C. Northam
Ms. Donna O’Neel Palmetto Tile Distributors Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Parker Mr. Samuel D. Parkinson Mrs. Susan Parsons Roy and Marnie Pearce Fund Ms. Laura Pinkas Ben and Carol Plexico Mr. Thomas J. Porcari Ms. Ashlin Potterfield Mr. Eric Powers The Price Group Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rast Ms. Becky Reynolds Matthew Richardson Mr. and Mrs. Randall G. Roe Curt and Donna Rone Mr. Mark Rossi Sandhills School Mr. Terry Schmoyer Jr. Richard C. and Laura M. Schwabel Jennifer P. Shackelford Dr. Leslie W. Shelton Jr. Mark and Julia Sibley-Jones Mr. and Mrs. John C.B. Smith Jr. Escrow Fund Larry and Louise Snipes Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Staton Steven W’s Downtown Bistro Mr. and Mrs. Randall Stewart Howard B. Stravitz Ms. Vicki Sweeten Synovus Trust Hagood and Elizabeth Tighe U.S. Trust Unum Pat and Susie VanHuss Vista Insurance Group Ms. Natasha Weston Joan Wiggins Barbara and Robert Williams Mr. Mark Williams Robert E. Williams III Stephen Williams Mr. and Mrs. Theodore L. Williams Miriam A. Wilson
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Kent and Rhett Wolfe Mr. D. Malone Zimmerman
Foundation Friend Less than $100 Ms. Corrine Alford Mr. Pete Anderson Mr. Ryan Andrews Mr. Gordon Austin Nancye D. Bailey Ted and Sandy Bax Mr. Harvey Blanck Ms. Linda Boatwright Tom and Nibbie Boyle Mr. Don Brasington Ashley Brewer Bromelkamp Company Ms. Karen Brosius Dr. and Mrs. Jimmie D. Cannon Jr. Joseph N. Cochran Lisa Comalander Ms. Erin Cook Ms. Anita J. Cox Ms. Deborah Cox Susan Davis Ms. Angie Dimas Gene and Caroline DuRant Federation of Families of SC Julia and Bud Ferillo Jr. Ms. Elizabeth Flood Ms. Beverly Frost Ms. Denise Grant Ms. Katherine Guinn Ann Gell Hamiter Ms. Kalena Hammock John and Milly Hart Sallie and Derick Iselin Landrum Johnson Tom Keels Margaret Kherlopian Ashley T. Kjos Mr. Peter Kline Perry W. Lancaster Mr. David M. Leopard Mr. Clint Lynch
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Mr. M. Carl Mayers Ms. Amanda Nichols Mr. Tommy Pate Tonia E. Pearson Mrs. Kimberly R. Rochester Ms. Harriet Scott Mr. Walton Selig Ms. Monica J. Stachowiak Ms. Sherry Street Mr. Doug Sutton Ms. Nikki L. Taylor The Times and Democrat Pierre M. Valldejuli Dr. and Mrs. Jack M. Valpey Greg and Judy Watkins Mr. Mark Woolridge Joe Wray Judy Wrenn Barbara Yongue Steve and Cece Zimmerman
The following donors have given to established funds at the Foundation. AC Flora High School Class of “1967” Billye S. Aaron Alexander Law Firm PC Judith W. Alexander Lynette and Allard Allston Mary Lynn Kemick and Curtis Amick Jr. William D. and Sylvia R. Andress Dr. Arlene Andrews and Mr. Stuart M. Andrews Sanaz A. Arjoman Gabriel Armour Eldon and Gayle Armstrong Gayle O. Averyt BB&T Bruce Bailey Frank and Melanie Baker Escrow Fund Mallory B. Baldwin Dr. Woodrow A. Bell Diane L. Benson Sherry Benz
Donald Beres Charlotte Jackson Berry Mr. and Mrs. R. Bruce Berry Dr. and Mrs. James F. Bethea Charles J. Bierbauer Jamie Bishop Mrs. Frank O. Black Jr. Lewis Blackman Foundation Fund Marsha Blackwell Rick Blackwell Russell and Cynthia Blanchard Bill and Jean Blount BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina Hayley Bowers Christina Alice Boyd Dr. and Mrs. Richard Boyd Scott B. Boyd William C. Boyd Curtis T. Bradley James and Stacey Brennan Georgia Brennecke Donna Bright Joseph B. and Sylvia Daughtry Brown Martin C. and Allison Dorn Brown W. Lewis and Anne J. Burke Roberta C. Burleson M. Malissa Burnette Michael G. Lefever and M. Malissa Burnette James Burns David Burrell Zora T. and Eugene H. Burton Jean Butler COFC Americans for Informed Democracy CSX Employees James Campbell Carolina Retina Center PA Alexander Cason Dr. and Mrs. Rocco Cassone Chapin Discount Chapin Pharmacy Donna Charles Thurston and Judy Chavis Marvin and Anastasia D. Chernoff Dr. Kim J. Chillag Anne and Neal Christiansen Mr. Robert J. Clarkson Sr.
The Zack C. Clarkson Sr. and Rachel Scott Clarkson Foundation Albert F. Cole Amanda R. Cole College of Charleston Colonial Life Congaree Land Trust Inc. Countryside High School James L. and Rose Marie H. Craft William Crawford Mr. and Mrs. Stephen M. Creech Brunson L. Cromer Ms. Kibbey Crumbley Steve and Verd Cunningham Tom and Dawn Dandridge Darfur Action Group of South Carolina Jon Davidson Mondell Davis Joanne V. Day Patricia S. Deas Decolam, Inc. Leslie Dennis Jeffrey Dick Mr. and Mrs. Gary C. Dickey Otha R. and Tanya C. Dillihay Ms. Joyce Dimmer Carol Dotterer JoDee Douda Raymaar Durham Deborah Early Eastman Chemical Company South Carolina Operations Bill and Becky Ebert Thomas Edenton William Edmonds EdVenture Electric Cooperatives of South Carolina Inc. Laurel Englehart Samual English Joe A. Erwin Amber L. Evans Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Evans Felder and Sara Evans F. Faulling Tun Jones Trust John O. Fairey Family Connection of S.C.
Barry and Jennifer Feldman James Finley First Citizens Foundation First Presbyterian Church S. Christopher Floore Ed and Karen Flowers Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Ford Andrea Foster Mr. Robert W. Foster Ms. Katherine T. Frankstone J. Stanley and Elaine E. Frick Dwight and Trudy Frierson Gregg Frierson Sheila C. Gallagher Mr. and Mrs. Marion R. Garris Mr. and Mrs. David W. Garrison Johnny M. Gause Barbara Ann Gedmintas Generations of Chapin Genocide Intervention Network William George Richard and Belinda Gergel Caroline Leconte Gibbes Gilbert Community Park Allen Gill Gist Inc. Lomas and Mary Gist John Glenn Steve L. and Mary M. Glenn Ralph Golden Sylvie Golod Leon S. Goodall Isaac Goodwin Joseph Goodwin Paul Goodwin Robert C. Gordon, DDS John Gorsage Brenda W. Gorsuch Jason Graham James R. Grant Jose B. Grant IV Greater Chapin Community Endowment Dr. Carolyn Kressler and Dr. Stanley H. Greenberg Vista Grimes Grove Park Pharmacy
Sam and Linda Gulley Gwendolyn J. Hampton Joyce Martin Hampton Richard C. and Katharine C. Handel Ms. Deborah Hardy Kaela Harmon Mason Edens Hawley Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Hay James Heard Chad Heatherly Jeremy Heatherly Scotty Heatherly Dr. and Mrs. Richard Helman Dr. and Mrs. Frampton Henderson Mr. and Mrs. Keith A. Hewitt Sandra Hicks Howard and Clemmie Hill Leslie Hipp Michael and Michelle Hogue E. M. and Frances M. Hood Marion H. Hopkins Bob Howie James Hubble Dr. Albert Humphrey Diane Hungiville Henley and Bibs Hurt Tracy Macpherson and Brad Hutto Brett A. and Georgia Hyder John E. and Mary Y. Inglis Tandra Ingram Bill R. Jackson Shari Jackson Glenn Jamison Edwin Jean Lois M. Jervey James Jett Francine Johnson Freddie Jordan Junior League of Columbia Inc. Alan B. Kahn Charles Kahn Kalmia Court No. 8 - Order of the Amaranth Inc. Kansas State University Hans J. Kaufmann Jr. Harriet Keyserling
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Dr. and Mrs. Edward E. Kimbrough Ann W. Kirby Paul and Hannah Kirschenfeld Mr. and Mrs. Hart Kohn Jr. Patty Kornegay Alison M. Kunard LRADAC Becky Laffitte Roy Lambert Lee County High School Diane Leonard Wallace Levi Bud and Pat Lewandowski Lighting Creations Kathleen K. Lightsey Mark Lipe Dr. Robert E. Lofgren Long Pond Properties LLC Patricia B. Lott M. B. Kahn Construction Company MSPA Joseph Mack William R. Horton and Mary R. Major James and Claudia Maloney Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Mamo lll Mac and Libby Martin Betty and Leif Maseng Dr. Benjamin D. Massey S. D. Maurice Cathy Keenan Mayo Rickey McCall Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McComb Jr. Myrtle D. McDaniel Dr. and Mrs. W. L. McDow Mr. and Mrs. Leland J. McElveen Dr. and Mrs. M. F. McFarland Dr. and Mrs. Mark C. McGannon Sue and Ike McLeese Lee A. McLeod Jana and Franklin Melonas D. P. Metropol Caroline Finlay Meyer Melanie McLean Michel Reverends G. Scott and Evelyn C. Middleton Midlands Gastroenterology PC
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Midlands Surgical Associates PA Jacqueline M. Miller Dr. Joe H. Miller Paul A. Miller Jr. Israel H. Milton Barbara and Harry Mims Dr. Carl Mitchell Monday After The Masters ProAm Golf Tournament Inc. Jose F. and Victoria R. Monge Charles and Mary Monteith Delores C. Monteith Martha Monteith Ragin Monteith The Moore Orthopedic Clinic PA Mr. and Mrs. C. Whitaker Moore Mr. and Mrs. F. Page Morris Henriette H. Morris Robert E. and Heidi A. Moss Dock Mouzon Hiwot Desta and Salomon Mulugetao The Mungo Company Inc. Mark R. Murray National Association of Insurance & Financial Advisors-Midlands of S.C. William H. Neely Yohannes Negassh Dr. and Mrs. William J. Neglia Connie Jones Newkirk Reverend and Mrs. James Nichols Nord Cascading Unitrust Escrow Fund Allyson M. Nord Charitable Remainder Trust Bruce B. Nord Charitable Remainder Trust Eric T. Nord Charitable Remainder Trust Ethan W. Nord Charitable Remainder Trust Northeast Dermatology PA The Nurturing Center Fred B. Oates Kelly C. Orner Robin C. Orner Osceola Foundation Inc. Ricky Ott Steven W. and Cynthia Hall Ouzts Dorothy G. Owen E. Perry Palmer
Palmetto Place Childrenâ€™s Emergency Shelter Pedersen Media Group Inc. Shannon W. Pepper Kathleen N. Peterson Charitable Remainder Trust Dr. Carroll and Dinah Pinner John W. and Carol A. Popp Jr. Robert A. Porter The Poston Family Fund Drs. Satish and Vijaya Prabhu Dr. Jairaj Prashad Robert Primus Quality Resin Systems Inc. R. J. Reynolds High School W. M. Rambo Jr. Dr. Bonnie J. Ramsey Megan R. Rast Redd Family Charitable Lead Trust Charles T. Reed Albert Rhodes Felix and Dianna Rhue Dr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Rice Jr. Freddy and Carol Riley John S. Rinehart Sr. Dan and Mary Rivers Charlie Robertson Joe Bryan Robertson Clara B. Robinson Laura Rodriguez Bill Rogers Ronald and Hannah Rogers Dr. Steven J. Rosansky Estate of John J. Ross Rotary Club of Chapin Sunrise Mr. and Mrs. William Rothwell Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Rowland Jr. Buck Ryan Ralph Rynes S.C. Association for Volunteer Administrators Jamie Sanders Terry D. and Linda V. Sanders Michael Satterwhite Donald and Carol Saunders Jr. Save Darfur Coalition
Mark Scanlan Scarborough Family Charitable Trust Fund Irene B. Scarborough Bernice G. Scott Jesse L. Scott Mrs. Holly Mae Simons Scott Albert T. and Lilla W. Scroggins Peter C. Sederberg Julie W. Sellers Suzan D. Boyd and M. Edward Sellers Senior Resources Inc. Sheila Severud Marshall A. Shearouse Charitable Remainder Trust Clyde Shepard Dr. Edward Shmunes Anthony Shuler Farley S. Shuler Sarah Shuptrine Kenneth Shute George and Sabie Simmons Dr. Beverly Simons Sisters of Charity Health System Sisters of Charity Providence Hospitals Steve and Louise Slater Escrow Fund Louetta A. Slice Dr. Charles R. Sloan Horace Smith L. Hugh and Cheryl P. Smith Ronald Glenn Smith Seldon and Dorothy Smith Randy L. and Karen L. Snell Eloise Snyder Foundation Lisa Lopez Snyder Southeastern Freight Lines Southern Interscholastic Press Association Sovereign Commercial Maintenance Company LLC Sports Marketing & Entertainment Inc. Dr. Richard Sribnick Mary A. Stanton Charitable Remainder Trust Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Staton Rebecca Stevenson John M. Stickney Stephanie A. Stone
Howard B. Stravitz Veneshia W. Stribling Tommy and Jane Suggs Sue Summer J. West and Freda S. Summers The Sumter County Gallery of Art Super Sod - Carolina Julie Surles Helen Tate Christy and Ken Taucher Donor Advised Fund Taylor Publishing Company Joe E. Taylor Jr. Thomas M. Richardson Agency Inc. Randy Thomas Rickie and Pam Thornton Three Rivers Medical Associates PA Ms. Heather A. Tillis Time Warner Cable Dr. and Mrs. William F. Tinder James L. and Victoria J. Toma Patsy O. Towery Town of Chapin Dr. Henrie M. Treadwell Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Tronco Jr. Nancy W. Tucker Willie Turner Aaron M. and Brenda Clarkson Turpeau Aaron and Michelle Turpeau Dewolfe R. Turpeau Jr. Michel Turpeau United Way of the Midlands Jincy Davis Vaitkunas William M. Varn Mariano Vega Vein Specialists of the South Mr. and Mrs. Claude M. Walker Jr. Wando High School Samuel C. and Mary E. Baskin Waters Foundation Fund Samuel Calvin and Mary E. Baskin Waters Donald Watkins J. Austin and Carol Watson Joe and Susanna Watson Mr. and Mrs. Matthew W. Way Susan Dukes Webber
Alan Weintraut Wellington Community High School Elodia G. Wellons Mr. and Mrs. E. Warner Wells Daniel Wessinger Nancy Whiteside Tina Wideman Charles H. Williams Mary W. Williams Bradley Wilson Henry Wilson J. G. Wilson Larry and Pat Wilson Windstream Communications Joseph N. Wingard III Dr. and Mrs. Rudolph Wise Wofford College John and Elizabeth Wofford Pat and Nancy Wooten Ellen H. Wright Joe Wright Walter D. and Doris M. Wright William Wright Carlton E. Yarborough Cathy Yeadon Dr. and Mrs. William F. Young Escrow Fund Mohammed Yousefzadeh Andrew D. Zalkin Timothy Zeigler Greta C. Zimmerman Ira and Merrie Zolin
Community Foundation staff have made every effort to list information in this report correctly and apologize for any errors or omissions. Please contact our office with corrections.
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Board of Trustees Russell L. Bauknight, CPA J. Mac Bennett Rev. Carolyn E. Brailsford Michael R. Brenan Peter M. Brown Chris D. Christiansen** Michael C. Crapps** Kathleen Fox Creech* Clarence Davis, Esq.* Judith M. Davis** Susan M. Douglas, CPA** Frank A. Floyd Jr. John S. Goettee Henry David Goldberg Elizabeth E. Griffith Henry B. Haitz III Daisy W. Harman Robert R. Horger, Esq. Katharine M. Hubbard Bruce W. Hughes Chris Leevy Johnson, Ph.D. J. Thomas Johnson D. Michael Kelly, Esq., Vice Chair John H. Lumpkin Jr. Ted O. McGee Jr.** Sally T. McKay Catherine R. Monetti Ethan W. Nord* Donna C. Northam** George W. Rogers** Gene Rountree** David C. Sojourner Jr., Chair Samuel J. Tenenbaum J. Hagood Tighe, Esq., Secretary/Treasurer Miriam A. Wilson
Wine Festival Advisory Committee Clarissa T. Adams David C. Allison Nancye D. Bailey Richard F. Bannon, Chair Jeff Chaplin Freeman W. Coggins Jr. Marjorie L. Gilbert Robert E. Humphreys Sr. Pam King Patty McDougall Sally T. McKay Fred Medway, Co-Chair Ricky Mollohan Thomas Moss Kerrie Newell Matthew Richardson Hannah Rogers Bob Sabatini J. Larry Snipes Howard Stravitz, Esq. J. Preston Strom Jr., Esq. Bob Thompson Brenda T. Wheeler Wine Festival Planning Committee Nancye D. Bailey Karen Chiles Stacy Goff Patrick Madden Patty McDougall Kerrie Newell Loretta Schwerin Sandy Strick Lauren Tucker
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Columbia Jewish Foundation Board of Directors Norman J. Arnold Frank M. Lourie Joel Lourie Herbert B. Niestat Jasper Salmond Fred Seidenberg Gerald Sonenshine Thomas E. Suggs Steven Terner, Ex-Officio H. Michael Tucker New Morning Foundation Board of Directors Bonnie K. Adams Russell L. Bauknight, CPA Traci Young Cooper, M.Ed. Colgate W. Darden, Ph.D. Barbara Kelley Duncan Wilbur E. Johnson D. Michael Kelly, Esq. Deborah Livingston Wendi J. Nance J. Robert Shirley, Ph.D. H. Dallon Weathers
* Term ended June 30, 2008 ** Term started July 1, 2008
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Central Carolina Community Foundation Officers Susie H. VanHuss, President & CEO J. Hagood Tighe, Secretary/Treasurer David C. Sojourner Jr., Chair D. Michael Kelly, Vice Chair
Asset Management Committee
front: Michael C. Crapps, Robert R. Horger, John S. Goettee back: Henry David Goldberg, Ted O. McGee Jr., George W. Rogers, Bruce W. Hughes not pictured: Russell L. Bauknight*, Susan M. Douglas
Program and Grantmaking Committee
Michael R. Brenan, Donna C. Northam, Gene Rountree, Judith M. Davis not pictured: Carolyn E. Brailsford, Peter M. Brown, Elizabeth E. Griffith*, Henry B. Haitz III
Marketing and Development Committee
Nominating and Governance Committee
Central Carolina Community Foundation Staff
front: Miriam A. Wilson, Chris D. Christiansen, Sally T. McKay* back: John H. Lumpkin Jr., Catherine R. Monetti, Frank A. Floyd Jr.
J. Thomas Johnson, Bruce W. Hughes* not pictured: Russell L. Bauknight
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Katharine M. Hubbard, D. Michael Kelly, Daisy W. Harman not pictured: Samuel J. Tenenbaum*, J. Hagood Tighe
front: J. Larry Snipes, Kerrie M. Newell, Mary Haggins-Starks, Edward E. Conroy back: Veronica L. Pinkett-Barber, Tonia E. Pearson, Susie H. VanHuss, Judy E. Watkins, Jo Bull
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Consolidated Statement of Financial Position
As of June 30
1,805,914 63,777,853 24,615,382 37,947
1,363,928 60,126,580 31,224,181 48,937
Cash and Cash Equivalents Investments Interest in Charitable Trusts and Life Insurance Other Total Assets
Liabilities, Miscellaneous Grants Payable Funds Held for Agency Endowments Funds Held for Supporting Organizations Total Liabilities
20,587 1,381,996 5,359,496 4,804,271
28,912 1,511,892 5,880,121 5,749,506
Net Assets Unrestricted Temporarily Restricted Permanently Restricted
39,046,053 25,417,004 14,207,689
42,822,596 25,792,326 10,978,273
Total Net Assets
Total Liabilities and Net Assets
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Consolidated Statement of Activities
As of June 30
Public Support and Revenue Total Contributions and Special Events Less: Amounts Received for Agency Endowments Net Contributions Total Investment Income Less: Investment Income for Agency Endowments Net Investment Income (Includes Unrealized Losses) Revenues from Charitable Trusts Other Income Total Support and Revenue
8,389,473 (137,328) 8,252,145 (7,359,982) 353,580 (7,006,402) 5,017,425 85,945
10,461,447 (284,327) 10,177,120 7,820,159 (901,292) 6,918,867 6,255,695 165,054
Grants and Related Expenses 6,777,451 5,966,968 Less: Grants Disbursed from Agency Endowments (257,507) (752,184) Total Program Services 6,519,944 5,214,784 Investment Management 69,507 64,469 Less: Expenses Allocated to Agency Endowments (5,758) (6,357) Net Investment Management 63,749 58,112 Grants Management and Fundraising 579,727 473,363 Trust Beneficiary Payments 108,142 343,351 Total Grants and Expenses 7,271,562 6,089,610 Increase (Decrease) in Net Assets $ (922,449) 17,427,126 Net Assets, Beginning of Year $ 79,593,195 62,166,069 Net Assets, End of Year $ 78,670,746 79,593,195
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Central Carolina Community Foundationâ€™s mission is to promote, facilitate, and expand philanthropy to create a sustainable impact within our community through responsible giving.
Susie H. VanHuss, Ph.D. President & CEO firstname.lastname@example.org x. 323
Veronica L. Pinkett-Barber Program Officer email@example.com x. 331
Jo Bull Chief Operating Officer firstname.lastname@example.org x. 326
J. Larry Snipes Vice President for Development email@example.com x. 322
Edward E. Conroy, CPA Chief Financial Officer firstname.lastname@example.org x. 325
Mary Haggins-Starks Office & Donor Services Associate email@example.com x. 301
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To fulfill our mission we: Encourage donors to make effective charitable giving decisions. Collaborate to develop creative solutions for important community needs. Nurture and strengthen community organizations. Build a substantial endowment to provide for community needs for generations to come.
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