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The Community Foundation of the Rappahannock River Region

Annual Report 2011–2012


The Community Foundation is a non-proďŹ t organization that manages and distributes charitable giving in the Rappahannock River region. Our goal is to promote greater philanthropy by addressing the challenges faced by donors in a responsible and knowledgeable manner. We distinguish ourselves from other local charities by providing efďŹ cient and effective services to build a collection of permanent funds.


The Community Foundation Board of Governors 2011–2012

W. Richmond McDaniel President Bernard W. Mahon, Jr. President-Elect Harry D. Dickinson, PhD, CPA Treasurer John F. McManus, Esq. Secretary Mona D. Albertine Past President

We fondly remember Kenny Whitescarver August 24, 1949 - July 7, 2012

E. Thomas Blalock II John H. Coker, Jr., DMD, MS Bruce L. Davis Heather Bowers Foley, CPA R. Leigh Frackelton, Jr., Esq. Cynthia Cobett Hoffman, Esq. Kelly G. Johnson V. Veronica Kelly, PhD Craig Andrew Max, JD/CPA, TEP Richelle D. Moore, Esq. Erik J. Muller Michael A. O’Malley Mary Jane O’Neill Reverend Donald J. Rooney Nicky Seay Neil S. Sullivan Janet S. Taczak Keith L. Wampler, CPA, CVA Kenneth T. Whitescarver III*

©2012 The Community Foundation of the Rappahannock River Region

Staff Teri McNally Executive Director Ditas Kaag Finance Officer Lisa Biever Program Officer


Celebrate the Future “I believe it’s vitally important to help our youth understand the giving process…everything from fundraising to grantmaking to the great feeling one gets from helping others.

These young leaders debate and award grants to worthy charities, tackling issues that are important to young people. That’s why I have supported the foundation’s Youth In Philanthropy program every year since it began.” Doug Stewart

2012/2013 Youth in Philanthropy


Let’s Celebrate Fifteen Years of Successful Stewardship for Community Giving

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he following annual report highlights The Community Foundation’s growth since 1997, capped off by the milestones of our 2012 fiscal year. As more and more people come to know The Community Foundation, they realize it can be the ideal vehicle for their philanthropic goals. We would like to thank you and the many others that have helped The Community Foundation grow and prosper. We hope you enjoy seeing our founding board members. These individuals had the vision to recognize in 1997 that community foundations are a powerful tool for building sustainable charitable community assets. You’ll also find examples of The Community Foundation’s funds and see their long-term results. In fiscal year 2012, we added over $1 million dollars to the region’s charitable resources through gifts to existing funds and new funds. As of June 30, 2012 we had reached an asset size of $8,489,231. Last year, The Community Foundation gave away more grants and scholarships than in any prior year with a total distribution of $638,501 to our community! The Community Foundation’s success is due to the dedicated support of our donors, volunteer board, committee members, and staff. We are grateful for your support and hope you remain interested in helping The Community Foundation grow. Sincerely,

W. Richmond McDaniel President Director

Teri McNally Executive

W. Richmond McDaniel, President


Celebrate Vision “Fifteen years ago, we saw how other regions were taking action to build charitable endowment and we believed that our community needed to step up – to provide permanent opportunities and address unmet needs.

We asked ourselves, ‘What would our region be like in the future if we weren’t willing to organize, support and grow a community foundation?’” Keith Wampler, Founding Board Member

Harry D. Dickinson

Allen H. Fisher

R. Leigh Frackelton, Jr.

Christopher M. Hallberg William J. Howell

Anne W. Rowe

Keith L. Wampler

Linda Worrell

William B. Young


Investments In Millions of Dollars

Assets In Millions of Dollars

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Grants and Scholarships In Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars

1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 0

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Fiscal Year 2012 Cash Paid for Grants, Scholarships and Distributions $638,501

Environment

$

45,500

Scholarships

$

60,052

Arts, Culture and Humanities

$

68,332

Community Philantrophy

$

99,397

Health and Human Services

$

178,387

Education

$

186,833

Unrestricted

$

115,380

Field of Interest

$

136,158

Pass-Through

$

267,495

Agency

$

600,223

Scholarship

$

758,224

Designated Funds

$ 1,533,549

Donor Advised

$ 5,078,202

June 30, 2012 Funds by Type $8,489,231

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A Celebration of Permanent Philanthropy Permanent Philanthropy

A Celebration of You

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he Community Foundation of the Rappahannock Region is a nonprofit, public charity established by local leaders to address the current and future needs of the people of Stafford, Spotsylvania, King George and Caroline Counties and the City of Fredericksburg. We have created a collection of many different charitable funds, each separately accounted for, and each with its own design and purpose. A typical fund is established with a gift that is invested in perpetuity and the earnings are used to make annual grants throughout the Rappahannock River region. The Community Foundation is a devoted advocate for the vitality and well-being of the Rappahannock River region. Since 1997, The Community Foundation has offered creative donor services to help generous people achieve their charitable goals. We’re here to provide a simple, powerful and highly personal approach to philanthropy. We offer a variety of giving tools to help people take charitable action in a way that lasts forever.

iving through The Community Foundation is easy. We offer a wide range of gifting options that you can use to establish or add to a named charitable fund. Since we are recognized by the Internal Revenue Service as a public charity, you are provided with the maximum tax benefits allowed by law and we handle all the ongoing administrative burdens. You may add to a fund at any time and in any amount. Gifts of cash, securities, real estate and life insurance can be used to establish a fund. Your fund may be used to honor or memorialize an individual or family, or to commemorate an anniversary or special event. You might choose to leave charitable assets to a Community Foundation fund in your will. After assuring that your loved ones have been provided for, you can use a variety of assets such as pension plans, life insurance or the proceeds from the sale of property, for charitable purposes. Your gift can be used to accomplish almost any charitable goal, including: establishing a scholarship fund, creating an endowment for a particular charity or cause, or leaving a family legacy that allows your children and grandchildren to continue the tradition of charitable grantmaking. If you have considered establishing a private foundation, a fund with The Community Foundation offers many distinct advantages. Contact The Community Foundation today to begin your own legacy of giving.

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The Community Foundation Funds Unrestricted Funds Think Broadly Donors who contribute to the foundation’s Community Enrichment Fund or establish their own unrestricted fund can participate in The Community Foundation’s annual competitive grants program. These donors support a broad range of local concerns, including fast-emerging issues and future needs that we can’t yet anticipate. These flexible funds give the responsibility of identifying community needs and researching and selecting worthy charities to the foundation, relieving donors of these challenges. Community Enrichment Fund Donor Advised Funds Stay Involved Donor Advised Funds provide a simple, powerful and very personal approach to giving. Donors stay actively involved in suggesting uses for their gifts. Donors can recommend charities to support at any time during the year, or work with Foundation staff to identify which community nonprofits are doing the best work on the issues most important to them. The Caroline County Public Spirit Fund The Duff McDuff Green, Jr. Fund The Rennie and Richmond McDaniel Fund The Mary Wynn Richmond McDaniel Fund The David Morgan Fund The Robert Cullen O’Neill Memorial Fund The PNC Community Endowment Fund The PNC Community Giving Fund The Dulcie H. Potter Memorial Fund The Ukrop’s Endowment Fund The Richard Linden Zirkle Fund Family Legacy Donor Advised Funds The John and Linda Coker Family Fund The Colangelo/Phalen Family Legacy Fund The Forbush Family Legacy Fund The Graves-King Family Legacy Fund The Hansen Family Fund The Mahon Family Fund The John F. and Deborah L. McManus Family Fund The Rowe Family Legacy Fund The Sullivan Family Legacy Fund

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Designated Funds Provide Ongoing Support Establishing a Designated Fund allows a donor to support one or more specific charitable organizations. For example, a donor who has contributed to a nonprofit’s annual campaign year after year may want to establish a permanent asset on the charity’s behalf. The Sara P. Boutwell Memorial Fund The Alan F. Courtney Fund The Harry and Marie Dawideit Fund The Wayne A. Dennison Fund The 1st Lt. Benjamin J. Hall Memorial Fund The Haven Make A Difference Fund The William Lakeman Habitat for Humanity Fund The Maury-Lafayette Fund The O’Neill Family Legacy Fund The Barney Reiley YMCA Fund The Chris Ross Memorial Fund Trust for Public Education IV Fund The Elsie, Carroll and Willie Wheeler Hospice Support Care, Inc. Fund The Elsie, Carroll and Willie Wheeler Rappahannock Area Agency on Aging, Inc. Fund Organizational Funds Advanced Fund Development and Sustainability Tools for Nonprofits Area nonprofit organizations establish agency endowments (a type of designated fund) as a way to strengthen and grow fundraising efforts and to ensure permanent operating or program support. The Community Foundation assumes the challenges of endowed fund management for participating charity organizations, enabling them to fully concentrate on their mission. The Dahlgren Rescue Squad Fund The Fredericksburg Festival for the Performing Arts Fund The Hospice Support Care Fund The Beth and Jay Jarrell Endowment Fund for RF&P BikeWalk Virginia The William J. Kinnamon, Jr. Memorial Fund The Rappahannock Big Brothers Big Sisters Fund The L.E. Smoot Memorial Library Fund The Stafford Junction Fund


Fiscal Year 2012 Financial Summary Revenues and Support

Contributions to Funds Temporarily Restricted Unrestricted

$ 1,093,303 55,111 49,344

Special Events Revenue

87,840

Administrative Fees

5,290

Interest and Dividend Revenue

174,648

Realized Gains/Losses

(19,523)

Unrealized Gains/Losses

(163,794)

Change in Value of Split Interest Agreement

Total Revenues and Support

(12,815)

$ 1,269,405

Expenses Grants and Program Support

629,466

Management and General

64,804

Fundraising and Special Events

59,186

Total Expenses

$

753,456

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Celebrate Generosity “Anne Rowe, our wife and mother, was a founder of The Community Foundation. She was inspired by the idea of ‘the many coming together in giving for the greater good.’ Her vision and example will carry on forever through The Rowe Family Fund. Our family tries to live by her example of love and generosity for her hometown.” Josiah P. Rowe III and Jeanette Rowe Cadwallender

Jeanette Cadwallender & Joe Rowe


Scholarship Funds Invest in Deserving Students Donors help students achieve their dreams through education by establishing or contributing to a scholarship fund. Community Foundation staff help donors establish guidelines for students to apply for financial assistance through the fund. Scholarship eligibility might be based on a student’s achievement or a demonstration of financial need. Some scholarships focus on community involvement, a commitment to a particular field of study or demonstration of leadership ability. Some donors choose to meet or correspond with students after the selection process is complete. The Mary E. Berger Scholarship Fund The Baron P. “Deuce” Braswell II Memorial Scholarship Fund The Como Farm Scholarship Fund The Brian Conner Memorial Scholarship Fund The Christine and Will Dickinson Memorial Scholarship Fund The Molly Gill Memorial Scholarship Fund The Jeremy Daniel Hawley Scholarship Fund The James Monroe 1992 Girls Athletic Scholarship Fund The Peter D. Johnson Memorial Scholarship Fund The King George High School Sports Hall of Fame Scholarship Fund The Brandon Thomas Lawn Memorial Scholarship Fund The Bill Lontz Science Scholarship Fund The Walton Mahon Scholarship Fund The Betty Merrill Scholarship for Excellence in Latin The Irene A. Miller Memorial Nursing Scholarship Fund The Paul E. Neri Memorial Scholarship Fund The Kay Orr Memorial Scholarship Fund The Lee Wingate Pappandreou Drama Award The Horace A. Revercomb, Jr. Scholarship for the Continuing Study of Music The Chris Ross Memorial Scholarship Fund The George A. and Lucy Mae Scott Scholarship Fund Seay Family Memorial Fund The ShackLax Memorial Scholarship Fund Sofia Silva Scholarship Fund The Steven Snyder Memorial Scholarship Fund The Crittenden R. Sullivan, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Fund The Kenneth T. Whitescarver III Memorial Scholarship Fund The Clay and Elsie Williams Rural Conservation Scholarship Fund Georgia M. Willis Scholarship for Caroline High School

Field of Interest Funds Address Important Issues Donors who establish a Field of Interest Fund target their gift to address a specific area of need. Whatever areas of interest inspire you to contribute – the arts, healthcare, the environment, etc. – The Community Foundation can assist in establishing a fund and recommending strategic gifts to address the causes you care about most. Anne Felder Fund Kelly Givens Memorial Fund Community Foundation Funds Numerous Donors In our work with donors and charities across the region, we sometimes identify larger issues and opportunities that merit the community’s attention. In these cases we create the appropriate fund to harness the charitable power of many individual donors to help address the issue or opportunity. Community Enrichment Fund Grants for Humanity Women and Girls Fund Youth in Philanthropy

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Celebrate Family “Charlie and I trust The Community Foundation to make grants from The Mary Wynn Richmond McDaniel Fund to the organizations we support each year. Through this fund, our assistance to them will continue forever.

Our entire family has been blessed to be able to contribute to organizations that are making a difference.� Mary Wynn Richmond McDaniel

The McDaniel Family


Celebrate the Home Team much sooner than anticipated, thanks to the generosity of the community and the assistance from The Community Foundation.� Gary Butler, President of the King George High School Sports Hall of Fame

Jerry Bushrod

“We considered being a 501(c)3 Private Foundation, but discovered how tough that is. The Community Foundation has made it easy for us to create and manage the King George High School Sports Hall of Fame Scholarship Fund. We raised scholarship money and began making awards to graduates

2012 KGHS Sports Hall of Fame inductee Jermon Bushrod of the King George Foxes and the New Orleans Saints.


The Community Foundation 2011–2012 Donors (continued) Women & Girls Gifts to the Women & Girls Fund made in honor or in memory of beloved women. In honor of … Mary Eva Repass Cathy Davis honored by Janel O’Malley Mary Jane O’Neill honored by Nancy Cherwek Wilder Ruth Beals honored by Jonas & Karin Beals Rene Clark honored by Rose Hurley Nancy Cherwek honored by Jessica Beringer Donna Eck honored by Whitney E. Riley Rozzie Whitescarver honored by Louise Morton

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Charter Members of the Women and Girls Fund Ms. Rebecca Adamson Mrs. Mona Albertine Ms. Anne Allen Ms. Stephanie Armstrong Mrs. Linda Arnold Ms. Mary Ann Batsche Ms. Karin Beals Ms. Suzanne Belmore Mrs. Jessica Beringer Mrs. Helen Biever Ms. Lisa Biever Ms. Ann Black Mrs. Betty Blaisdell Mrs. Sara Branner Mrs. Sue Bridi Ms. Doris Buffett Ms. Mary Cadwallender Mrs. Betsy Carey Ms. Susan Carol Mrs. Nancy Cherwek Ms. Ana Chichester Ms. Anita Churchill Ms. Elizabeth Clark Ms. Linda Coker Ms. Deborah Collins Ms. Peggy Conway Ms. Randee Cooper Ms. Casey Cornell Mrs. Cathy Davis Mrs. Camille Degen Mrs. Marion Deitz-Blair Dr. Delise Dickard Mrs. Doris Dickinson Mrs. Dori Eglevsky Ms. Tina Ervin Mrs. Carol Evans Ms. Ann Firth Mrs. Heather Foley Mrs. Jinxie Forbush Mrs. Jackie Fowler Ms. Meredith Fox Ms. Mary Carter Frackelton Mrs. Pat Frazer Ms. Janice Gage Mrs. Tricia Garner Ms. Betsy Glassie Mrs. Angie Hallberg Mrs. Debbie Hamilton Mrs. Susan Hansen Mrs. Lucy Harman Mrs. Donna Hart Ms. Jennifer Hellier Mrs. Nancy Hicks Mrs. Mary Hilliard Mrs. Joyce Hite

Mrs. Gayle Hock Ms. Judith Hodgens Ms. Cinde Hoffman Mrs Anne Holmes Mrs. Mary Louise Holmes Mrs. Dona Holt Ms. Kate Fulton Hopper Ms. Amelia Hovermale Ms. Robin Huddle Mrs. Rose Hurley Mrs. Tina Jackson Mrs. Ellen Jarrell Mrs. Patti Kaila Ms. Veronica Kelly Mrs. Lillian Kendall Mrs. Bernie Kenneweg Mrs. Lana King Ms. Jacqueline King Ms. Samantha King Ms. Dee Kitterman Mrs. Jeanne Klotz Dr. Katherine Lovello Ms. Christine Lynch Mrs. Patti Lynch Ms. Ann Macdonald Mrs. Carol Manns Ms. Dana Marshall Mrs. Celie Massey Mrs. Carolyn Mathur Mrs. Maggie McCormack Ms. Amy McCullough Mrs. Mary Wynn McDaniel Mrs. Rennie McDaniel Mrs. Tricia McDaniel Ms. Jordan McDaniel Ms. Debbie McInnis Ms. Deborah McManus Mrs. Mary Elizabeth McManus Mrs. Jennalee McNally Ms. Teri McNally Mrs. Elaine Miller Ms. Nancy Miller Ms. Marilyn Moon Ms. Linda Moore Ms. Richelle Moore Dr. Wendy Moore Mrs. Tami Morello Mrs. Rhonda Morgan Ms. Susan Carter Morgan Ms. Neva Morrison Mrs. Louise Morton Mrs. Michaele Morton Mrs. Barbara Muir Mrs. Susan Neal Ms. Carolyn Nelson Mrs. Bev Newlin Mrs. Alice Nuckols Ms. Carrie O’Malley

Mrs. Janel O’Malley Mrs. Mary Jane O’Neill Ms. Katy Overton Mrs. Sandy Pearson Mrs. Sarah Pierson Mrs. Linda Pisenti Mrs. Joan Poland Ms. Allyson Poska Mrs. Betsy Quarles Mrs. Kitty Quarles Mrs. Barbara Rankin Mrs. Christine Repp Mrs. Jeannie Richardson Ms. Julie Ricketts Mrs. Whitney Riley Ms. Retta Robbins Mrs. Karen Rose Mrs. Brooke Satterwhite Mrs. Linda Sealy Ms. Ann Sears Mrs. Barbara Segar Mrs. Georganne Sellars Ms. Vicki Silver Ms. Lori Simms Ms. Lynn Simms Mrs. Debbie Simpson Ms. Kim Smart Mrs. Janet Sokol Ms. Rhonda Stein Mrs. Shaun Sullivan Mrs. Shirley Swisher Mrs. Jan Taczak Mrs. Betsy Taylor Mrs. Laura-Stuart Taylor Mrs. Nancy Turnage Mrs. Penny Turner Ms. Cathy Wack Ms. Claudia Wack Ms. Katy Wafle Mrs. Kitty Wafle Ms. Molly Wafle Mrs. Kathy Wallace Mrs. Jeannine Wampler Ms. Sheri Warren Mrs. Alda White Mrs. Rosalind Whitescarver Ms. Angela Williams Mrs. Archer Williams Ms. Kelsey Williams Mrs. Sue Williams Mrs. Susan L. Williams Mrs. Barbara Willis Ms. Debby Willis Ms. Tory Willis Mrs. Alma Withers Mrs. Marsha Zaidman


The Community Foundation Grantees Arts, Culture & Humanities Central Rappahannock Heritage Center Central Virginia Battlefields Trust, Inc. Cobblestone Children’s Museum Dahlgren Heritage Foundation Fredericksburg Area Museum and Cultural Center Fredericksburg Baptist Church Fredericksburg Center for the Creative Arts Historic Fredericksburg Foundation, Inc. Ladies Memorial Association of Fredericksburg Lifepoint Church Mattaponi Boy Scouts Montpelier Foundation Historyteller Productions Riverside Foundation for Performing Arts St. George’s Episcopal Church State Fair of Virginia The Presbyterian Church United Daughters of the Confederacy Education Battlefield Middle School Fund for William & Mary Communities in Schools - Richmond Courthouse Road Elementary School Fredericksburg Academy Fredericksburg Christian Schools Germanna Community College Education Foundation Harrison Road Elementary School Hugh Mercer Elementary School Lafayette Upper Elementary School Michigan Tech Fund Odyssey Montessori Post Oak Middle School Riverbend High School Salem Elementary School Smart Beginnings Rappahannock Area Spotsylvania County Schools Spotsylvania High School St. Christopher’s School Foundation Thornburg Middle School University of Maryland College Park Foundation

University of Mary Washington Virginia Intermont College Walker-Grant Middle School Environment Ducks Unlimited Fredericksburg Area Trail Management & User Group Florida Oceanographic Society Friends of the Rappahannock Garden Club of Virginia Meadowview Biological Research Station SPCA of Fredericksburg Virginia Cooperative Extension Health & Human Services American Red Cross Bowling Green Volunteer Fire Department Bowling Green Volunteer Rescue Squad Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation Chaplin Youth Center Children’s Home Society Compassionate International disAbility Resource Center Episcopal Relief Development Fund Fredericksburg All Ages Fredericksburg Area Food Bank Fredericksburg Area HIV/ AIDS Support Services Fredericksburg Area Soccer Association Fredericksburg Counseling Services Greater Fredericksburg Habitat for Humanity Hope House Hospice Support Care Kids on the Block King George Family YMCA Lloyd F. Moss Free Clinic Make-A-Wish Foundation Mary Washington Healthcare MICAH Ecumenical Services Orange County Department of Social Services Program for Teen Parents Rappahannock Area Agency on Aging Rappahannock Area Healthy Families

Rappahannock Big Brothers Big Sisters Rappahannock Council Against Sexual Assault Rappahannock Council on Domestic Violence Rappahannock United Way Safe Harbor Child Advocacy Center Salvation Army Salvation Army Women’s Auxilliary Science Saturdays Serenity House Special Olympics Virginia St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital Stafford Junction THRIVE - The Healing Center Thurman Brisben Center To Write Love on Her Arms Community Philanthropy The Community Foundation of the Rappahannock River Region - General Fund Women and Girls Fund Youth in Philanthropy Community Enrichment Fund The Community Foundation awarded 35 scholarships to area high school graduates attending the following schools. Christopher Newport University George Mason University James Madison University Jefferson College of Health Sciences Liberty University Old Dominion University Stevens Institute of Technology University of Mary Washington University of North Carolina - Asheville University of Richmond University of Virginia Virginia Commonwealth University Virginia Polytechnical Institute and State University Yale College

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The Community Foundation 2011–2012 Donors

The Community Foundation is proud to recognize these individuals, businesses and organizations that made charitable investments in the communities of the Rappahannock River region.*

Contributors to The Community Foundation The Community Foundation thanks everyone who generously supported our efforts to strengthen and grow community philanthropy in the 2012 fiscal year.

Dr. & Mrs. C. Rosser Massey III Mr. Craig Andrew Max IV Mr. & Mrs. John F. McManus Dr. & Mrs. Patrick McManus Mrs. Jennalee R. McNally Ms. Teri McNally Mr. & Mrs. Donnell S. Mohr Dr. & Mrs. W. Angus Muir Mr. & Mrs. Donald H. Newlin Mr. & Mrs. Gary Nuckols Mr. & Mrs. Joseph P. O’Malley Mr. & Mrs. Michael A. O’Malley Mrs. Mary Jane O’Neill Mr. & Mrs. Charles Payne Mr. & Mrs. Robert L. Prenn Mr. & Mrs. Douglas E. Quarles III Dr. & Mrs. Jeffrey R. Rehm Mr. & Mrs. David Rice Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Y. Savage Dr. & Mrs. Peter J. Scelfo Mr. James A. Scully Mr. & Mrs. Thomas L. Segar Dr. Anna Sell & Dr. Scott Sell Mr. & Mrs. Paul A. Simpson Ms. Elizabeth D. Simpson Dr. & Mrs. Samuel C. Smart Dr. & Mrs. Peter R. Smith Mr. & Mrs. Emmett C. Snead III Mr. & Mrs. George Snead Mr. Douglas G. Stewart Mr. & Mrs. William Taczak Mrs. Laura Stuart Taylor Mr. & Mrs. Craig W. Van Valkenburgh Mr. Daniel Wack & Ms. V. Veronica Kelly Mr. Thomas J. Wack & Ms. Ann Sears Mr. & Mrs. Benjamin N. Wafle Mr. & Mrs. Aric Wagner Mr. & Mrs. Keith L. Wampler Mr. & Mrs. R. G. Wasem Mr. & Mrs. Dietmar M. Weselin Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth T. Whitescarver III Ms. Susan S. Williams The Honorable & Mrs. Gordon F. Willis The Honorable & Mrs. J. M. H. Willis Mr. & Mrs. W. Andrew Withers Mr. & Mrs. William A. Withers Ms. Elizabeth Workman

Individual Donors Anonymous Dr. & Mrs. John H. Albertine Mr. & Mrs. Edward Allen Ms. Stephanie Armstrong Dr. & Mrs. Gerald A. Bellotti Mr. & Mrs. Ronald W. Branscome Mrs. Patricia Bricken Dr. Cathie H. Butterworth Corporate & Dr. & Mrs. Matthew H. Organizational Donors Caspersen The Sara Boutwell Mr. & Mrs. Art Chiavaroli Memorial Fund Dr. Robert J. Ciccone Chamber Network for Dr. & Mrs. John H. Coker, Jr. Enterprising Women Mr. & Mrs. Douglas L. Cooper Fredericksburg Regional Dr. Theresa & Chamber of Commerce Dr. William B. Crawley Cox & Johnson Insurance Rev. & Mrs. James Dannals Agency Mr. & Mrs. Bruce L. Davis Cullen, Inc. Dr. Rosier Dedwylder The Harry & Marie Dawideit Dr. & Mrs. Harry D. Dickinson Fund Dr. & Mrs. Matthew Dumont The Wayne A. Dennison Fund Mr. & Mrs. Donald T. Edwards Fredericksburg Savings and and Kirk Edwards Charitable Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Ehman Grants for Humanity Fund Ms. Catherine Farley & Mr. The Graves-King Family Fund Vincent C. Ramoneda The Hansen Family Fund Mr. Kevin A. Fastabend Hirschler Fleischer Mr. Edward M. Ferguson, Jr. The Rennie & Richmond Ms. Coleen M. Fisher McDaniel Fund Mrs. C. Warren Forbush The David Morgan Fund Mr. & Mrs. R. Leigh Frackelton The O’Neill Family Fund Ms. Mary Carter Frackelton The Robert Cullen O’Neill Mr. Felix A. Fraraccio Memorial Fund Mr. Gerry Goodman The Dulcie H. Potter Mr. & Mrs. Lewis W. Graves, Sr. Memorial Fund Mr. & Mrs. Wilson Greenlaw Quarles Petroleum, Inc. Dr. & Mrs. William A. Hamilton The Chris Ross Memorial Fund Ms. Beverly J. Haney & Ms. The Sullivan Family Legacy Fund Donna Deitz Haney SunTrust Bank Dr. & Mrs. Wayne L. Harman The Ukrop’s Endowment Fund Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Hicks UVA Alumni Association Mr. & Mrs. Homer Hite Dr. & Mrs. Daniel Hoffman Mr. & Mrs. Larry W. Ingalls Mr. & Mrs. William Kaag Mrs. Beverly J. King Mr. & Mrs. Philip King Mr. Stephen King & Ms. Catherine Wack Mr. & Mrs. Wallace N. King, Sr. Mr. & Mrs. William J. Kinnamon, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. F. Raymond Little Mr. & Mrs. Bernard Mahon, Jr.

Contributors to Funds within the Community Foundation A & D Maintenance & Repair Services Adtran, Inc. Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Anonymous Mr. & Mrs. Stephen E. Barnum Mr. Tony E. Beavers Mr. & Mrs. Thomas G. Benton Mrs. Mary E. Berger Mr. Anthony J. Beverly Ms. Katherine Bezeredi Dr. T. H. Blackburn Lt. Col. (Ret) Gwendolyn S. Braswell-Nash Mr. & Mrs. David M. Boutwell Dr. Jeffrey H. Boutwell Mr. Vincent Butaitis Ms. Eleanor Carey Dr. & Mrs. Peter O. Carey Dr. & Mrs. Michael L. Cherwek Dr. Robert J. Ciccone Mr. & Mrs. David Colangelo Mr. & Mrs. John Colangelo Confederate Ridge Animal Hospital Mr. & Mrs. Roger J. Connell Mr. Alan F. Courtney Dr. Theresa & Dr. William B. Crawley Cullen, Inc. D. A. Moore, Inc. DeBose & Sons Construction Mrs. Wayne A. Dennison Mr. & Mrs. Charles E. Detwiler, Jr. Dixie’s Hair Studio Mr. & Mrs. Eugene S. Dunavant Fredericksburg Area Running Club Fredericksburg Festival for the Performing Arts Fund Mr. & Mrs. Adam M. Fried Ms. Stacey T. Garcia Mr. & Mrs. Mark S. Gardner Gardner, Maupin, Sutton & Haney PC Ms. Cynthia T. Golden Estate of Duff McDuff Green Green River Enterprises, LLC Mr. R. Jeffrey Grimstead Ms. Ellen B. Hagan Mr. & Mrs. Ricky L. Hairfield Mr. Forest Haley Mr. & Mrs. Dan Hawley Highpoint Marina Lighthouse Inn Hilldrup, Inc. Dr. & Mrs. Daniel Hoffman

*We strive for impeccable donor record management. If you should discover an error please let us know so we can correct it.

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Mr. & Mrs. James D. Hopkins Mr. & Mrs. R. Edward Houck D. L. Huffman Communication, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Steven R. Humphrey J.F. Fick, Inc. John Glancy Memorial Fund of Union First Market Bank Ms. Lisa M. Johnson Johnson Development Company Mr. & Mrs. Ronald C. Jordan Kristie L. Kane, PLC Mr. Thomas F. Keating Mr. Roger D. Kennedy King George High School Sports Hall of Fame King George High School Mrs. Beverly King Mr. & Mrs. Stuart F. King 1st Lt. Floyd B. Lewis, Jr. Lowe’s Home Centers, Inc. Spotsylvania Mr. John L. Mahoney Mr. H. Franklin Marrs Mr. William A. Marrs Mary Washington Healthcare Massaponax High School Mr. & Mrs. Raymond McAfoose Mr. & Mrs. Charles G. McDaniel Mr. & Mrs. Charles W. McDaniel Mrs. Mary Wynn Richmond McDaniel Mr. & Mrs. W. Richmond McDaniel Mr. & Mrs. Robert McDevitt Mr. & Mrs. John F. McManus Dr. & Mrs. Patrick J.McManus Mr. & Mrs. Jerry L. Miller Mr. Berkley M. Mitchell Mr. & Mrs. David G. Morgan Nageotte, Nageotte & Nageotte, PC National Counseling Group, Inc. Neighborhood Companies, Inc. Mr. Edward R. O’ Berry Mr. & Mrs. Joseph O’Connor Mr. & Mrs. Harry Oldland, III Mr. & Mrs. Joseph P. O’Malley Mrs. Mary Jane O’Neill Dr. R. David Pagan Mr. & Mrs. David D. Parker Mr. John A. Phalen Mr. C. Douglas Pitts Pratt Medical Center, LTD Mr. & Mrs. Douglas E. Quarles III Race Timing Unlimited, Inc.

Mr. Paul K. Reese The Honorable & Mrs. Horace A. Revercomb III Mr. & Mrs. Michael R. Reynolds Mrs. Florence Ridderhof Mr. & Mrs. William R. Robbins Mr. & Mrs. Larry L. Rodgers Mr. & Mrs. Brian L. Ross Mr. & Mrs. Ronald E. Ross Mr. & Mrs. James D. Ross Mr. Josiah P. Rowe III S & N Communications, Inc. Mr. Charlie Sayers Mr. Marion (Nick) Y. Seay Mr. & Mrs. Richard Shacklette Capt. & Mrs. James S. Snyder Ms. Dorothy E. Spencer Sport & Health Club Mr. Douglas G. Stewart David W Storke Rentals Mr. Shawn A. Suber Mr. & Mrs. Neil S. Sullivan Mr. Robert D. Toonkel Mr. Kirk O. Tower Verizon Foundation Tommy Wallace Electrical, Inc. Wal-Mart Foundation Dr. Gail W. Wertz The Estate of Ms. Elsie E. Wheeler Ms. Georgia M. Willis Mr. & Mrs. L. Steven Wright Rev. & Mrs. Nathaniel Young Mr. Carl S. Zirkle Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Zych

Ring in the Holiday Party Sponsors Winter 2011 Platinum Design Storage & Handling, Inc. Cary Street Partners The Davis Family Hirschler Fleischer Mary Jane O’Neill - Cullen, Inc. PBGH, LLP Union First Market Bank Union Investment Securities Wack Contractors Gold Cushman & Wakefield Thalhimer Party Elegance Silver Anderson & Strudwick, Inc. Applied Technology, Inc. CB Richard Ellis - Brokerage Services Cooper Financial Group - Raymond James Hallberg & O’Malley Financial Group HDT Global, Inc. Hilldrup Properties, Inc. Johnson Realty Advisors, Inc. Peoples Community Bank StellarOne Bronze The Blalock Family Bowling, Franklin & Co., LLP Coker Orthodontics Mary Carter Frackelton Germanna Education Foundation Glover & Dahnk The Hoffman Family Fredericksburg Holmes, Riley and Associates - Merrill Lynch The Keddie Group of Davenport & Co., LLC Miller Foley Group Northwestern Mutual - Rob Billingsley Parrish Houck & Snead, PLC PermaTreat SunTrust Bank Tulips Salon & Spa - Aveda Utility Professional Services, Inc. - Fred & Tanya Howe Vanderpool, Frostick & Nishanian, P.C. Virginia Partners Bank

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The Community Foundation of the Rappahannock River Region

725 Jackson St. Suite 114 P. O. Box 208 Fredericksburg, Virginia 22404 540.373.9292 www.cfrrr.org


Annual Report 2012 The Community Foundation