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FY | 2012 - 2013

ANNUAL REPORT

COALITION FOR THE HOMELESS OF CENTRAL FLORIDA

A Fresh Start


“Knowing that there is someone who can help you is very important. It’s a good feeling.” JOHN

Mission:

The mission of Coalition for the Homeless of Central Florida is to transform the lives of homeless men, women, and children by providing crucial services to end their crisis of homelessness.


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LEADERSHIP

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YEAR

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RESOURCES

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PEOPLE

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PROGRAMS

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EVENTS

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CONTRIBUTORS

TABLE OF CONTENTS


Dear Friends: Coalition for the Homeless of Central Florida assisted more than 4,300 men, women and children during FY 2012–2013. Our appreciation goes to the individuals, corporations, organizations, government entities, and foundations who continue to support our mission. Without you, we would not be able to help those who come through our doors. As the year began, we launched the three-year Journey Home Campaign, a $12 million major gifts and endowment initiative to ensure the strength and viability of the Coalition for years to come. With a $6 million head start from Orange County Government and the City of Orlando for construction of our new Men’s Service Center (MSC), the campaign presents unique opportunities to invest in the Coalition, both now and in the future, and help transform the lives of homeless men, women and children.

A caring staff and stalwart supporters have helped to provide a fresh start to our neighbors in need. 02 | LEADERSHIP

By year’s end, our Journey Home Giving Society membership had doubled in size, thanks to our major donors and investors in the MSC and Women in Philanthropy initiatives, as well as our Journey Home Breakfast. In a generous, mid-year show of support, Wells Fargo Foundation, Bank of America Charitable Foundation and Universal Orlando Foundation stepped forward to fund services for military veterans in the MSC. This year brought great anticipation that we would soon be able to transform lives as never before. In August 2012, the first wall panels were raised for our MSC and a beautiful building took shape by year’s end.

With construction continuing into the new fiscal year, prospective clients began signing up to take advantage of the soon-to-come residential programs and our thoughts turned toward an early 2014 grand opening. A rebranding of our organization took place during FY 2012-2013, thanks to the generosity of Hilton Grand Vacations and Gensler. The exciting undertaking resulted in a new logo, colors, typography and vocabulary that better reflect our mission of transforming lives. Introduced just into the new fiscal year, the look is reflected throughout this report. Concurrently, a new website was designed and readied for launch. Among our accomplishments this year, we held the successful 20th Anniversary Hearts of Gold concert, welcomed over 17,000 indispensible volunteers, continued our monthly More Than a Meal tours, and served nearly 300,000 meals. A caring staff and stalwart supporters have helped to provide a fresh start to our neighbors in need. Please read on to find out how you have done so. Sincerely,

Brent A. Trotter President/CEO

Timothy R. Baker, AIA Chairman


Board of Directors

July 1, 2012 - June 30, 2013

Officers

Members

Fred R. Kittinger, Jr.* University of Central Florida

Samuel C. Stephens III ZOM, Inc.

Chairman Timothy R. Baker, AIA* Baker Barrios Architects, Inc.

Christopher Annunziato Holland & Knight LLP

Ronald R. Lamb SunTrust Bank

Barbara Larson Stuart The Stuart Group

Carlos A. Barrios, PE Stephens-Barrios

Trevor Larsen, PE Walt Disney Parks and Resorts

Charles Tews* Tews Company

Bakari F. Burns Health Care Center for the Homeless, Inc.

Sean A. McLaughlin CNL Financial Group / JDS Holdings, LLC

Richard G. Wack Mediation Services of Central Florida, Inc.

Fara K. Dantzler* Wells Fargo Bank N.A.

Michael Miller American Aviation Institute

Robert F. Wagner Tupperware Brands Corp.

Eric David Expedia Local Expert

John P. Moskos Bank of America

Bill L. Warren* Reedy Creek Improvement District

Sylvia Doggett-Jones Darden Restaurants, Inc.

Walter R. Nason GrayRobinson, P.A.

Michael Weinberg HFF, L.P.

Tracey L. Ellerson Baker Hostetler LLP

Lee Nimkoff Brio Properties

Glenn M. Fournier* Fournier & Associates, Inc.

Laura L. Pooser* UCF College of Arts and Humanities

Brian T. Wilson Dellecker Wilson King McKenna Ruffier & Sos

Jim Fritz Orlando Magic

John Rivers 4R Restaurant Group

Eric D. Gassman Orange County Government

Ty G. Roofner* Burr & Forman LLP

John E. Hearn Orlando Utilities Commission

John R. Schooler Orlando Health

David Jasmund PCE Investment Bankers, Inc.

Douglas M. Spencer Spencer Consulting Services

Christine S. Kefauver City of Orlando

Scott R. Stahley* Lincoln Property Company of Florida, Inc.

Vice Chair Randy E. Schimmelpfennig* Morgan & Morgan, P.A. Secretary Elena H. Norman* Hilton Grand Vacations Treasurer Brian P. Buwalda, CPA* CliftonLarsonAllen, LLP President/CEO Brent A. Trotter* Coalition for the Homeless of Central Florida, Inc.

Meet our esteemed Board of community leaders who are passionate about transforming lives.

Mark Woodbury Universal Parks & Resorts Aaron Zandy Ford & Harrison LLP *Executive Committee members

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4,341

number of men, women, children served this fiscal year.

673

people helped on an average night, nearly 200 of whom were children.

55%

23%

of those we served were women. were men.

22%

were children.

300,000 meals served. 04 | YEAR

80%

of clients engaged in Community Housing for two or more months transitioned to permanent housing at time of exit.


2/3

of Coalition clients came from the Central Florida area.


“A year from now, I’d like to see my family living in a happy home.” TASHA

100

families assisted on an average night.


Financial Highlights

Program Services Shelter Operations $3,239,167

The true heroes of the Coalition are our supporters - donors, volunteers and partners in the community. This is how we accomplish so much.

Resident Services $217,647 Interest and dividends $9,960

Transitional Housing $529,690

Women’s Residential and Counseling Center $736,324

Depreciation $185,579

Total Expenses: $5,423,265

Special Events $477,930 Supporting Services

In-Kind Donations $1,485,751

Government Support $3,143,002

Depreciation $18,178 Fundraising $380,021 Management and General $334,306

Private Support $2,272,137

Total Revenue: $7,606,427

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Staff From the intake and case managers, children’s services providers and program administrators to our support staff, resident assistants, and administrative team, Coalition employees work tirelessly to help clients get back on their feet. With staff support on-site every day and night of the year, our committed workforce is integral to the ability to provide safe shelter, crucial services and meals to hundreds of men, women and children each day.

35%

Volunteers The tireless effort of volunteers truly keeps the Coalition going. During FY 2012-2013, more than 17,000 volunteers contributed over 60,000 hours of their time and talent to help our organization. These amazing volunteers - our Coalition heroes - tutored students, helped in the daycare, served meals, taught Art By Coalition Children (ABCs) sessions, and assisted at our events. Groups large and small participated in 296 projects, to include serving meals, landscaping, painting, tutoring, mentoring, and so much more.

of single women served by the Coalition were 50+ years old.

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Clients The face of homelessness has changed, with family homelessness on the rise. In fact, close to 100 families were included among the 673 homeless men, women and children served by the Coalition each night during FY 2012-2013, with a total of 444 families helped over the year. In addition, 2,266 single men and 587 single women came to our doors during the 12 months. With the help of our dedicated staff and on-site partners Lakeside Behavioral Healthcare; Goodwill Industries of Central Florida, Inc.; OCPS LifeStrides Program; and the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Florida, Downtown Branch; the Coalition continued to offer our residents food, shelter and a path to independence.

Donors Those who provide financial and in-kind assistance to the Coalition play an integral role in fulfilling our mission of transforming lives. Their contributions help us provide hope, shelter and crucial services to clients as they return to a life of selfsufficiency. During FY 2012-2013, 77% of our operating resources came from individuals, businesses, foundations, community and faithbased organizations, and other private sources; 23% came from government contracts. Our Journey Home Campaign enables donors to make a long term financial investment in the Coalition through naming opportunities, special events, annual giving, grants, and other major gift initiatives. By the end of this first campaign year, the number of Journey Home Giving Society members, who contributed or pledged a minimum of $5,000, had doubled. In addition, we generated a greater awareness of our Legacy Society, whose members have provided for the Coalition in their will or estate plan.


17,417

volunteers donated their time and talents.


Programs

We are more than just a shelter. By partnering with other community organizations, we strive to provide a continuum of care that far exceeds expectations and leads to a better quality of life for our clients and the Central Florida region.

Case Management

Children’s Services

Case managers serve as a lifeline to Coalition residents, providing one-on-one assistance to help create individualized plans for their future. They offer guidance and support throughout a client’s journey back to independence. Case managers also refer clients to our on-site partners, where they have access to job skills training, childcare, social services, educational opportunities, mental health counseling, and other assistance. More than 2,300 clients benefited from case management services this year in our Center for Women and Families (CWF), Women’s Residential and Counseling Center (WRCC), community housing and substance abuse recovery programs.

On any given night during FY 2012-2013, the Coalition served an average of 273 children with an average age of eight years old. Most of these children did not understand why they could not live in their own home or sleep in their own bed, and we strived to maintain a sense of normalcy for them in this time of family uncertainty. Over the year, we taught 76 children in our Early Childhood Development Center, with its fully-licensed daycare and Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten programs. In addition, about 250 young artists participated in the six creative sessions, Family Art Days and visits to the Orlando Museum of Art offered through our Art By Coalition Children (ABCs) Program.

Kadette, a single mother, came to the Coalition with her two sons after she was laid off from her full-time job. As she thought about the help she has received from Coalition staff, Kadette shared, “... If total strangers could have faith in me, I need to have faith in myself.”

Three-year-old Shelly came to the Early Childhood Development Center with separation anxiety and pronounced behavioral issues, including outbursts of anger toward other children. With help from our onsite daycare, Shelly became social with other children, began to sing and dance, and fully participated in age appropriate activities. The services provided through the Early Childhood Development Center changed Shelly’s life.


81%

of the women and children at the Women’s Residential and Counseling Center were victims of crime.

Victims of Crime Nearly one in every four women is a victim of domestic violence and approximately 15.5 million children are exposed to domestic violence every year. The Coalition offers the Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) Program at our Women’s Residential and Counseling Center (WRCC) and Center for Women and Families (CWF), which provides support and advocacy to adults and children who are homeless and have been victims of crime, predominantly domestic violence. An average of 41 new crime victims came through our doors at the CWF each month this year and 30 at WRCC, for a total of 835 individuals served. In fact, 81% of our residents at WRCC were victims of crime. Staff also received 3,113 calls on our crisis phone line this year. After leaving an abusive husband, Sherlann relocated to Florida in search of a better life. When she could not find a job, Sherlann turned to the Coalition for help. With assistance from one of the Coalition’s on-site partners, Goodwill Industries, Sherlann was able to find a job and now says her dreams are once again within reach.

Substance Abuse Recovery Our First Steps Substance Abuse Recovery Program is supported by 12-step recovery strategies and helps clients overcome addictions so they can return to lives of self-sufficiency. This program offers support groups, life skills classes and other services, and is comprised of components for both men and women. The women’s component is housed within the Center for Women and Families. This year, 82 women participated, working together with an offsite substance abuse facility. The men’s program has an emergency shelter phase located in our Men’s Pavilion, as well as a transitional housing component located in our nine on-site apartments. Together, these services helped 238 men this year. John struggled with alcohol addiction in the past. Upon entering the Coalition’s First Steps Substance Abuse Recovery program for the first time, John’s mood was bad and he wasn’t sure what he was going to do. After learning about the numerous programs available with this program, John began to feel that, “There’s actually hope left in the world. I can actually get my life back.”

Community Housing Program Our Community Housing Program helps qualified clients obtain affordable housing and offers rental assistance, case management, and other supportive services. The Community Housing program consists of two parts - Scattered Site and Housing Now. Individuals and families qualify for Scattered Site as long as they have had an income for the past 90 days and at least $ 1,000 in savings. This year, 22 families with 36 children took part in our Scattered Site program. Housing Now is a rapid rehousing program that targets newly-homeless families. The program helped 62 families this year with a total of 156 children. Nearly 80% of clients engaged in the Community Housing Program for two or months transitioned to permanent housing upon exiting the program. The life of Mark and Vivian began to unravel when their ailing daughter passed away in 2012. Unemployed and needing a place to live with their younger child, they found themselves at the Coalition and working with a case manager. Regaining employment, they qualified for the Housing Now program and were able to move into a place of their own. Vivian shared that they “...have no idea where we would be without this.”

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Events

Coalition for the Homeless depends on the community’s generosity for 77% of our operating resources. Special events provide a way to invest in us and have a great time while doing so.

Hearts of Gold The Coalition held its 20th Anniversary Hearts of Gold concert on Friday, March 1, 2013 at Hard Rock Live, where over 1,400 people rocked with a purpose to the music of Southern Rock classic 38 Special. Presented by Bright House Networks, the event raised over $214,000 for our programs and services throughout the year. Emceed by Domino of radio partner 105.9 Sunny FM, the evening featured VIP receptions, a fabulous silent auction, a touching client video, chance drawings, a specially-designed t-shirt, and the opportunity to “Text to Give” via one’s mobile phone. In addition to Presenting Sponsor Bright House Networks, major event sponsors were Dellecker Wilson King McKenna Ruffier & Sos, Starwood Vacation Ownership, Walt Disney World, and Hilton Grand Vacations; our television partner was WFTV Channel 9.


Golf Challenge

Taste of the Nation

Journey Home Breakfast

Twenty-nine golfers dedicated a day of marathon putting and driving skills to support the Doug Spencer 17th Annual Golf Challenge on Friday, April 19, 2013, raising over $81,600 to benefit the Coalition. The event took place at Falcon’s Fire Golf Club in Kissimmee.

Again the year, the Coalition was honored to be a local beneficiary for Share our Strength’s 23rd Annual Taste of the Nation® Orlando. The hugely successful event took place on Saturday, August 25, 2012 at the Orlando World Center Marriott. Raising over $248,000 to fight childhood hunger, the night netted the Coalition about $55,000.

Our third Journey Home Breakfast took place on November 13, 2012, during National Hunger & Homelessness Awareness Week, with 350 guests attending. The event was held at the Rosen Centre Hotel and provided an opportunity for those already invested in the Coalition to invite others to consider supporting the agency’s mission. It was generously supported by SunTrust Foundation with a gift of $10,000 to start the morning off.

Once again, top fundraiser was event namesake and chair, Doug Spencer, who single-handedly raised $12,390 for his 102-hole afternoon. Mike Schiappa was next, raising $8,210 for the cause. Other major fundraisers included Neil Peroga, Brian Wilson and Tony King. Kevin Aust topped the charts as to number of holes played at 168 holes! Hilton Grand Vacations was the day’s corporate sponsor. Event sponsors were Zerion Group and Spencer Consulting Services, which also provided lunch. Other sponsors included Stephens-Barrios and Tews Company, as well as those who named each of the 18 holes.

Over 2,300 people enjoyed delicacies prepared by 37 of Central Florida’s leading restaurants, wine and other beverages, live music, the “throw-down” cooking completion re-match, a silent auction presented by Neiman Marcus, chance drawings, a live auction, a chance to win the 100-bottle wine cellar, and much more. Emceed by DJ’s Scott McKenzie of MIX 105.1 and Paco of 105.9 SUNNY FM, the evening was presented by Darden Restaurants and organized by a volunteer steering committee representing a variety of local businesses and organizations. The Honorary Chairman was City of Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer.

A touching video, produced for us by Valencia Community College Film Department, brought tears throughout the room; and formerly-homeless student Angel Sanchez shared his inspiring story of hope. Musical entertainment was provided by singer-songwriter Matt Shenk. Our daycare youngsters presented each guest with a house key tied to a card about Hunger & Homelessness Awareness Month. The event resulted in 15 additional members joining our Journey Home Giving Society and raised over $191,000 in one-time gifts and pledges for the Coalition’s programs and services. EVENTS | 13


Journey Home Giving Society

LEGACY SOCIETY

Journey Home Giving Society members pledge a minimum of $5,000 over five years to support the ongoing needs of the Coalition, enabling us to create a model for sustainable funding now and in the future.

WOMEN IN PHILANTHROPY

Empower ($50,000+)

RESTORE & EMPOWER

Barbara Kenney Brian and Meggen Wilson

MEN’S SERVICE CENTER

Restore ($5,000+) Jonathan Acosta Ralph Addington Greg Arndall Andrew and Francesca Asher Carlos Barrios and Lynnet Gonzalez Ellen Berry Christopher and Maureen Brockman John Cash, III John and Anna Cash Roderick Cashe Mark Cavalleri Devin Collier Paul Curasi Mark Dixon and Sheri Heitker-Dixon Sean Flanagan and Pia Jean Valvassori Glenn and Claire Fournier Anton Phil and Laraine Frahm John and Gale Hillenmeyer Maria Victoria Jaramillo Jeffery Jonasen Christine Kefauver Charles and Rebecca Kovaleski Frank and Elizabeth Lovaglio Alex and Juliet Martins Ryan and Hope McDavid

Charles Scott and McLeod Michael Miller Brian and Tracie Morris Brooke Myers Lou and Lee Nimkoff Ty and Abigail Roofner Joan Ruffier Randy and Sue Rush Tracy and Jerri Schmidt Brent and Jennifer Trotter Marty Vevera Bill and Lisa Warren Don and Julie Wordell James Wright and Christine Stewart

Legacy Society These individuals have provided for the Coalition in their will or estate plan. Mark Cavalleri Shirley Evenitsky Ramona Ann Spears Doug and Laurie Spencer Bill and Lisa Warren James Wright and Christine Stewart If you have already named the Coalition as a beneficiary in your estate plans, please let us know so that we may recognize you in the Journey Home Legacy Society.


July 1, 2012 - June 30, 2013

Women in Philanthropy Women in Philanthropy recognizes financial contributions from a charter group of 100 women agreeing to donate $5,000. These contributions may be pledged over a three-to-five year timeframe and funds raised will be designated to the Center for Women and Families (CWF) and Women’s Residential and Counseling Center (WRCC) programs and services. Joanne Adams Leslie Chalfont Lisa Lorenze Hicks Jenn and Abby Hollern Diane Kirk Cynthia Kuykendall Dana Loncar Mary Mullee Marina Nice Lee Nimkoff Kay Rawlins Denise Saxton Cindy Schooler Barbara Stuart Diane Stull SunTrust Foundation The Chesley G. Magruder Foundation Winifred Johnson Clive Foundation

We believe that the women of Central Florida can be our greatest advocates and philanthropists.

1,002

women were served by the Coalition this year.

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Journey Home Giving Society Men’s Service Center The following have made an investment in the ongoing success of the Men’s Service Center. Those with gifts of $10,000 and more will receive commemorative naming rights in the new facility. $10,000+ Eric and Heather Chenel and Family James Donovan and Team Donovan Trip and Laurie Stephens Charles and Jan Tews Bill and Lisa Warren Bank of America Charitable Foundation Orlando Health Universal Orlando Foundation Wells Fargo Foundation $5,000+ Carlos Bastos and Guadalupe Rocha John and Marjorie Miller The Walker/Von Son Families Charitable Fund David and Shawna Webb Carl Hill Galloway Pioneer Club, Inc. GOVERNMENT PARTNERS Orange County Government City of Orlando

With $6.6 million in capital funding support from the City of Orlando and Orange County, the Coalition is completing a new Men’s Service Center (MSC) on our main Central Boulevard campus. Replacing the current Men’s Pavilion, this two-story, residential facility will serve one of the most underserved segments of the homeless population – homeless men – and we couldn’t be more excited! The facility, opening spring 2014, will allow us to provide men so much more than a meal and a place to sleep for the night. Now, we are poised to offer services that will help men move toward lives of independence... services such as: access to mental health counseling referrals, life and job skills training, access to educational opportunities, employment services, and health care referrals. So many past and present Coalition Board members have put blood, sweat and tears into this project. We are especially grateful to Ruffin Rhodes and Rhodes + Brito for creating the original vision; Tim Baker and Baker Barrios Architects for their generous in-kind pro-bono work as our design architect; and Glenn Fournier of Fournier Associates for donating thousands of hours of his real estate development, project management, and contracts expertise to lead this project on our behalf. Rendering

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July 1, 2012 - June 30, 2013

We express our appreciation to the corporations, philanthropic foundations, individuals, and families who have invested in the Men’s Service Center this year by sponsoring programmatic initiatives, specific rooms, and various spaces within the facility. Your generous financial support will enable us to offer hope and case managed assistance to 250 men each day and to raise the level of assistance for specialized populations, such as the elderly and physically disabled, military veterans, and First Steps Substance Abuse Recovery Program clients. This, in fact, is our dream coming true to help homeless men reach self-sufficiency and transform their lives. We thank you for your commitment to doing the same. Our FY 2012-2013 Men’s Service Center investors are listed.

Building in progress on June 5, 2013


We are extremely grateful to the individuals, businesses, foundations, organizations, and others who have contributed financially to help the coalition serve those in crisis.

Government Partners

In-Kind Contributions

Orange County Government City of Orlando City of Altamonte Springs Federal Emergency Management Agency Florida Office of the Attorney General - Victims of Crime Act Program US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) US Department of Agriculture

Thank you as well to our in-kind donors, who contributed $1.5M in goods and services during FY 2012-2013. Without your generosity, we would not have been able to guide 4,341 of our neighbors in need toward self-sufficiency this year. We have made every effort to ensure our listing is complete and accurate. Please accept our sincere apologies if your name was inadvertently omitted.

Annual Campaign Donors We want to thank our generous donors who give to us annually, as well as those who give above and beyond their committed pledges.

$100,000+

Heart of Florida United Way, Inc. Homeless Services Network of Central FL State of Florida Department of Financial Services Walt Disney World

$50,000 - $99,999

Abram and Ray Kaplan Foundation Bank of America Private Wealth Management Orlando Magic Youth Fund, a fund of the McCormick Foundation Orlando Sentinel Family Fund, a fund of the McCormick Foundation Share Our Strength

$25,000- $49,999

Darden Restaurants, Inc. Foundation Elizabeth Morse Genius Foundation Craig and Deirdre Macnab Douglas Sealy Ramona Spears SunTrust Bank Universal Orlando Foundation Walmart Foundation

$10,000 - $24,999

Bright House Networks Central Florida Foundation The Chesley G. Magruder Foundation Combined Federal Campaign Entertainment Industry Foundation Joseph Gallagher Hilton Grand Vacations Company Jack Holloway Foundation The JC Foundation PNC Foundation Publix Super Markets Charities The Quest Foundation of Central Florida Charlotte Scruggs Terry and Paula Shaw Starwood Vacation Ownership Team Donovan TJX Foundation

VNA Foundation, Inc. Wells Fargo Foundation Westgate Resorts Foundation Brian and Meggen Wilson Winifred Johnson Clive Foundation Winn-Dixie Foundation

$5,000 - $9,999

4Rivers Smokehouse, LLC Baker Barrios Architects BakerHostetler LLP Ray Barrette Carlos Bastos and Guadalupe Rocha BB&T David and Maggi Beamish Burr & Forman LLP The Chaltos Foundation, Inc. Commercial Laundry Equipment Antoine Dagot Everette Deaver Linda Downs Shirley Evenitsky Florida United Numismatists, Inc. Manuel and Geraldine Garcia Jon and Betsy Hughes James Lewis Alex and Juliet Martins Middle Florida Vending Services, Inc. John and Marjorie Miller Lou and Lee Nimkoff Orlando Magic Orlando Utilities Commission Reedy Creek Improvement District Resource Consulting Group Richard M. Scrushy Charitable Foundation Ritz Carlton Orlando Grande Lake Randy and Katherine Schimmelpfennig Tupperware Brands Corporation TWS Marketing Group, Inc. David and Shawna Webb

$2,500 - $4,999

ABC Companies Annunciation Catholic Church Anonymous Bank of America United Way Campaign The Bond Foundation, Inc. Adam Carlin

Charles Hosmer Morse Foundation, Inc. Charles Schwab Foundation Dill Fleming, PA Mark Dixon and Sheri Heitker- Dixon Enterprise Holdings Foundation Expedia Local Experts Paul and Dorothea Foelber GrayRobinson, P.A. David and Pamela Grimm Dennis Hepner Hoke Maroon Foundation Kaegan Corporation Michael and Aimee Kakos Charles and Rebecca Kovaleski Jack and Cynthia Kuykendall Kuykendall Gardner Lightyear Technologies John and Rita Lowndes Lowndes Drosdick Doster Kantor & Reed, P.A. Jill Lynch Rosemary Maher William and Rebecca Manuel The Martin Andersen - Gracia Andersen Foundation PCMA PGA Tour Prudential Foundation Matching Gifts Rosen Hotels & Resorts Rosen Shingle Creek Resort Jerry and Susan Roth Rick and Cindy Schooler SeaWorld Orlando Douglas and Laurie Spencer St. James Cathedral Trip and Laurie Stephens Suntrust United Way Universal Orlando Resort Jacque Vaughn David and Shawna Webb Diane Young Zerion Group, LLC ZOM Holding, Inc. ZRS Management, LLC

$1,000 - $2,499 ABC Fine Wine and Spirits Al Paquette Ministries George and Sandra Arnold

July 1, 2012 - June 30, 2013 Steven and Juli Aronow Atkins Global Jess and Elizabeth Bailes Jeffrey and Haley Baker Dale Barber Teri and Terri Bates Christopher and Bonnie Bear Beth TeHillah Ministries Gian and April Bonfanti Jeffry and Maureen Branham Susan Bright Mark and Julie Brown Steven and Megan Buck Linda Burks Brian P. Buwalda Peter Chamberlain CNA Foundation CNL Bank Corsicana Bedding, Inc. Michael and Linda Costa Timothy and Laura Coulombe David and Megan Cross David Deal Dean Ringers Morgan & Lawton, PA James and Beth Desimone David and Anne Dore Lynette Dorway-Simon EA Sports Thomas and Janet Elrod Theodore and Carolyn Erion First Unitarian Church of Orlando Anton Phil and Laraine Frahm Manuel Garcia, IV Mark Gilley Give With Liberty Michael and Denise Hammond Harry P. Leu Foundation The Hartford Mike and Carol Hoepner Leroy Huckabee and Monica Stamper Insurance Office of America James River Coal Company Frank and Wendelyn Jamison David and Elizabeth Jasmund Joe and Judy Wiginton Family Foundation Junior Civitan Club at Bishop Moore HS Daniel Kearney Christine Kefauver

Barbara Kenney Fred and Kimberly Klein Keith and Susan Kocarek Harriett Lake Trevor and Maddie Larsen William and Donna Leary William and Tamra Leary Leary Management Group Tiffany Lee Alex and Juliet Martins Maximized Living Foundation, Inc. James and Alison McClelland Nan McCormick Sean McLaughlin Microsoft Corporation Patricia Miles Jeannette Minor Mulligan Constructors Walter and Lisa Nason Nature’s Market & Fitness OptaComp Orlando City Commission, District 1 OSMG, Inc. Gregg and Julie Page Rajiv and Rita Patel Pioneer Construction Services Carl Plunk Darrell and Jill Poole Camille Reynolds David and Terri Rickerson David and Kathy Riesen Seneff Family Foundation Kevin and Linda Shaughnessy Richard Siegel Siemens Signature Flight Support St. Luke’s United Methodist Church St. Michael’s Episcopal Church St. Vincent DePaul Society Curtis Steffensen Stephens-Barrios Marvin Sumpter George and Dawn Sumrall Matt and Stacie Taylor The Tews Company Robert Thomas Richard Thompson Naritha Thompson

Travelers Community Connections Travelers Insurance Group Truist United Way Suncoast University of Central Florida Richard and Laurie Wack Ruth Wack June Walden Wells Fargo Community Support Campaign Allen West Wieckowski Family Revocable Trust David and Sue Wilder Winter Park Health Foundation

$25 - $999

A Plus Premier Title, LLC Margaret Abbott Dwana Abbott Ronald and Sharon Abner Jacqueline Abraham William and Nancy Abrahams ACC - Central Florida Chapter Accuright Surveys of Orlando, Inc. Ace Hardware Elsa Acevedo Carolyn Adams Jason Adams Kevin Adams Tim and Christine Adams C. Adams Patrick Adams and MaryEllen Noris-Adams Frank and Judith Addabbo Ralph Addington Marvin Adler Kendra Adragna Adventist Care Centers AeroCare Holdings, Inc. AIG Matching Gift Program Albert and Carol Aiken Lekoma Akate Luey Alamdar Marianne Albanese Sandra Albert David and Judy Albertson Edward and Cindy Alexander Maqbool and Abbas Ali All Star Pest Services, Inc. Frank and Kathy Allen

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William and Grace Allen Bettie and Walter Allen, Jr. John Allen Allstate-The Giving Campaign Jari Alvarez American Express Charitable Fund America’s Charities Sheel Amin Juan Amo Cheryl Amsbary Mark and Nancy Anderson Robert and Barbara Anderson Richard and June Anderson Gaylon and Robin Anderson Jan Anderson Michael Anderson Leslie Andree Arthur and Christa Andres John and Barbara Andrews Cindy Andrews Thomas and Diane Andrews Kevin and Amy Angert Chris and Nance Annunziato Virginia Anthes Patrick Anthony Kevin and Joan Anthony Kristopher and Kristina Antonio AON Foundation Stephen and Patricia Appel Appleton Creative Maurice Arbelaez Kristen Arias Nicholas Arment Lee and Alice Armstrong Matthew Armstrong Jon Arost John and Diane Arserio Arthur’s Catering The Asha Foundation Richard and Elizabeth Ashby Kimberly Ashby Andrew and Francesca Asher Ashtabula High School Jan Aspuru AT&T United Way Employee Giving Campaign Atkins Vernice Atkins-Bradley Steven and Risa Attermann Ryan Atwood Maria-Elena Augustin Paul and Petra Ausley Michael and Anna Avola Mac Axelrod Lisa Babbage-Jackson Efren Bacani, Jr. Jim and Holly Badman Debita Badri Pamela Badzinski Frederick Bahr Debra and Ozell Bailey, Jr. Cassandra Baines Christopher and Kristy Baker Julie Baker Charles and Lucia Bakewell Andrea Balanzategui Thomas and Barbara Baldwin Shirley Bales David and Ximena Ball John and Joan Ballard Sokchinda Ban Michael and Tara Banks Michael Banning Sundeep and Madhu Bansal Elizabeth Barge

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Alan Bariteau Harold and Leslie Barley Mary Barlow Beth Barnes Michael Barnes Carlos Barrios and Lynnet Gonzalez Ileana Barrios Shawn Bartelt and Sharon Bailey Robert Bates Ken Bauchle Craig and Michelle Bayhi John Beacham Amy Beaulieu Christian and Elizabeth Becht Clay Beck Bradford and Susan Beemer Carl Beers Misha Bell Belleza Cosmetic Surgery, LLC Benevolent Patriotic Order of Does #86 William and Jean Bennett R. Lee and Marilynn Bennett Helen Bentley Gary and Yang Yang Berg Vicki Berman Peter and Bonnie Berry John and Hazel Bess Barbara Bess Christina Bibler Carolyn and Wesley Bickers, Jr. Chad Binette Michael and Grey Binford Mez Birdie Bisbee and Co, Inc. Christopher and Megan Bittakis Kevin and Erin Bjorge Ray Bjork Jeanne Blackburn Lewis and Robin Blalock Carmen Blanco Johan Blanco Blessed Trinity Council of Catholic Women Joseph Blessing Jacquelyn Bletzacker Susan Blexrud Louis and Lynette Block Ronald and Gloria Blocker Philip Bloom Jared Bloom BNY Mellon Community Partnership Bobes Associates Consulting Engineers Jim Bockstall The Bogdahn Group David Bonaskiewich George and Victoria Bonelli Daisy Bonilla Monica Bonilla KeYanna Boone Marybeth Borgwing Carrie Borho Dana Bosak Tim and Catherine Bostwick Glenn and Susan Botsford Roger and Kirstina Bouwmans Joan-Anne Bove S. and K. Bowen James Bowie Mildred Bowman Terry and Kathryn Bradshaw Deborah Bradshaw Rob Brandenburg Robert Branson Brasfield & Gorrie Matthew and Alana Brenner

Beth Brewer Faustine Bridges Barika Bridges Howard Britt Tirzah Brittlebank Byron and Sandra Brooks William Brooks Brooks Design Studio, LLC William and Joan Browder James and Cindy Brown James Brown Randy and Regina Brown Anthony and Joy Brown Barrett and Dayna Brown Beverly Brown Wesley Brown Shenequeia Brown Lawrence Brown Billy Brown Michael Brown Laura Brown Troy and Christine Brown Derek Bruce Fay Buchanan Daniel Buckles Hank and Jane Buechner Carralyce Buford Jerry Bulinski Jenny Bullard Kevin Bullock and Susan Lockhart Bullock Clint and Deborah Bullock Nancy Burhoe Lawrence Burke Robin Burkett Nathaniel and Alma Burkett Walter Burkhalter Joseph Burkhart John Burns Teri Bussey Robert Butler James and Tonya Butler Butler Lock Safe & Key Christopher Butts William Butz Robert and Ruby Byington Robin Byrd Javier and Mary Jay Caballero Carl Cahill William Caine Jeff Calvin John and Karen Campbell Martha and George Campbell, Jr. James and Kathleen Canayan Jaime Candelori Yolanda Cant Lauren Cappello Nick Carbone Thomas and Kathy Cardwell Caribbean American Chamber of Commerce, Inc. Caribe Royale Orlando Peter Carlson Christopher and Lauren Carmody Robert and Cynthia Carnes Gerald and Debra Caroli Carolyn S. Madden RevocableTrust Carr Law Firm, P.A. Carr, Riggs & Ingram, LLC Michael and Joan Carragher Claudia Carrillo Roda Carter Rosa Caruso Brien and Donna Casey Frank and Margaret Casscells-Hamby

James Cassidy Francisco and Diana Castellanos Ann Catris Robert Cavalleri Mark Cavalleri CCIM CenturyLink Gwendolyn Certain Matthew Certo Ralph and Charlotte Tracy Chabot Richard and Deborah Chabot William and Kathleen Chapman Charity Challenge, Inc. Charles Schwab Nicolette Charleston David Chase Warren Chase Chase Ford Productions Barbara and Joe Chasteen, III Eric and Heather Chenel Sandra Cheshire Grace Chewning Kevin Chibar Stefanie Chong-Kuma Eric and Jennifer Christensen Patrick and O’Ann Christiansen John and Nancy Christiansen Alycia Christodoulou Lori Chuba Jae Chung Zulma Cintron City Cab Company of Orlando, Inc. Ron Claassen Lorenzo Clark B. Lindsey Clark Classic Renovations Allan and Jane Clayman Evelyn Clayton Malcolm and Mary Clayton Kelly Clayton Louise Cleary Ralph Clemente Michael and Rosemary Cliburn Clifton Larson Allen LLP Anna Clodfelter Brian and Ellen Coan Justin Coates Lisa Cohen Robert and Janice Cohen Harold and Beryl Colbourn Cole Engineering Services, Inc. Carolyn and John Coleman, Jr. Michael and Jennifer Coleman College Democrats at The University of Central Florida Jo Ann Collins Nicole Collins Robert and Marla Collins Willanne Colwell Community Coordinated Care for Children, Inc. Composite Chapter No. 305 Order of the Eastern Star Congregation of Reformed Judaism Patrick Connelly Susan Conrad Consensus Communications Erin Considine Mike and Anastasia Constantine Ronald and Melissa Conte Conway United Methodist Church Erin Cook Diane Cook Edith Cooker Bobby Cooper

John and Michele Cooper Roger and Linda Copeland Dan and Elizabeth Copeland Brad Corcoran Carl Corliss Kevin Cornish David Corter Jay Corzine and Lin Huff-Corzine Steve and Lynne Cosler Cosler Management Harry Costas Terry and Ann Courter Eleanore Cowan Clay and Catharine Coward David Cownie and Elizabeth Blake Gary Cox Jill Cox Carrie Cox Wayne Cox Derrick and Stacey Cox Elizabeth Cragin Diann Craig Kelly and Rosemary Craine Virginia Crane Richard and Patricia Crepeau Timothy Cronin Teresa Crooks Cecily Crossman Garrett and Marilyn Crotty Elba Cruz and VickyMarie Alecia-Cruz Grace Cubarrubia Sally Cumming Linda Cunningham Paul and Donna Curasi Kevin and Jane Curran Ralph Cutrone Elisie Cyprian Michelle Daguio Christopher and AnnMarie Dale Shayne Daly Chris D’Amico Cam Dang Daniel R. DeRango & Company, Inc. William and Karen Daniels Fara K. Dantzler David Danziger Darden Aviation Department Marilyn and Jennifer Dare John and Frances Datz Dave’s Garage David Maus Chevrolet Kristina Davidson Alan and Susan Davis Linda Davis Carl and Patsy Davis Tracey Daw Mary Stuart Day Clay Deatherage Judith Deboard Bill Deck Robert and Shirley Decker Gayle Decker Carissa Dee Virginia DeGirolamo Mike Degooyer Pierce Degross, III Janine Deiesso Laurie Del Sole Kevin Dela Cerna Robert and Nancy Delany Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Orlando Alumnae Paul and Ellen Demetree Jerry and Valdez Demings Thomas and Annette Dennig

Iranetta Dennis Navin and Sharmila Deonarine Designs in Healthcare Management, Inc. Frank Deuerling Kotiah and Flora Dharman Phil Diamond Veronique Diaz Elvis Diaz Adien Diaz Saint-Hilaire Wendy Dickerman Andrew and Wanda Dickson Richard Dieffenbach Pete and Renee Dietzel Mark DiGesare Paul and Mary Dilorenzo Audrey Dimmick Dinkins Realty, LLC David Diperna and Christine Arens Anthony and Virginia DiPietro Discovery Church Sean and Ashley Dishman Mark Dixon Windell and Carolyn Dixon Chris and Rebecca Dobson Janna Dombrowski Eric Domis Anne Donna Rob and Sharon Donoghue Gloria Doscher William and Leslie Doster Bob and Frances Douglas Remington Dow Nancy Dowell Albert Downs Michael Drozeck Drusilla Farwell Foundation Judith Duda Matthew Dugan Chris Dugan Sangeeta and Chandresh Duggal Charles and Jean Duls Charles and Beverly Dunlap Sharonda Dunlap Jean Durkin Paula Durrance Rich and Carol Dye Charles and Judith Dziuban Easy Street Vending, Inc. ECHO of Northrop Grumman Fred and Tricia Ecker Carl Edquist The Edward E. Hood Jr. Foundation A. Michael and Jill Edwards Charles and Karen Egerton Richard Eggert EHAP, Inc. MaryBeth Eichensehr Maureen Eichinger Winifred Eis Tracey Ellerson Judith Elliott Benjamin and Ashley Ellis Rebekah Ellouze Barbara and Thomas Elrod Employees Charitable Org of Northrop Grumman Tom and Karen Endre Anthony Engelmeyer Englert, Leite & Martin, PL Rebecca Ensminger David Epstein William and Maryln Erd Marguerite Esannason Claude Eugene and Nicole Hill-Eugene


Carolyn Euliano Laura Mae Evancho Merle Evanchyk Rick Evans Carrie Excia Anthony Fable Jose Fajardo Jay and Randye Falk Fanny Landwirth Foundation Melanie Farley Michael and Rona Feldman Robert and Mary Ferdinand Teresita Fernandez Edward and Debra Ferone D.D. Ferrarini JoAnne Ferraro Anthony and Sally Ferraro Eric Fetter FHM Insurance Company Karen Fidei Fidelity National Title Insurance Company Jascha Fields Final Touch Malcolm and Sheila Finnane Daniel and Arianna Finnane First Baptist Church of Orlando First Church of Christ Scientist First Congregational Church of Winter Park First Presbyterian Church of Maitland First Presbyterian Church of Orlando First United Methodist Church of Orlando First United Methodist Church of Winter Park Raymond and Naomi Fisher David Fisher and Elizabeth Grauerholz Harold and Priscilla Fisher Martha and James Fisk, Jr. Rick Fite Travis Fitzgerald Amy Fitzpatrck Kathleen Flammia John and Marie Flavin Robert Fleming Florida Hospital Home Care Florida State Employees’ Charitable Campaign Greg and Jill Foley Ronald and Yvonne Fonnett Jennifer Ford Suzanne Ford Ford & Harrison LLP Ucola Forness Carolyn Fost Glenn and Claire Fournier Matt Fox Framing of Central Florida, Inc. Leonard and Carol Francis George Franco Lynn Frank Pamela Fredel Todd and Susan Freece Sheree Freeman Eugene and Sheree Freid Michelle Fricke Kevin Friedman James and Gladys Friend James and Donna Fritz Frederick Fruehan and Pearl Steele Michael and Sharon Frumkin Karen Frye Fulcrum Business Solutions David and Ann Fuller Don and Jane Fuller Robert Fulmer Susan Fulmer Mark and Charmaine Gabel

John and Dorothy Gabriel Kathy Gagel Robert Gall Jack and Mary Gallagher Antonio and Sherry Gallardy Deverika Gallatin Michael Galloway John Gardner Bud and Jerol Gardner Robert Gardner Joseph and Vicki Gardner Janina and James Garner, Jr. Lane Garrett Jeffrey Garrett Charlotte Gartland Stephen and Jo Ann Gartside Michael and Louise Garvey Deb Gaspelin Eric and Lisa Gassman Ryan Gates Donald Gaudette John Gay Rebecca Gayle GE United Way Campaign Brian Gearhardt Rachel Gebaide Doug Gehret Gwen Geier G E and Ana Geisthardt Bob and Lisa Gendron Ruth Gentile Charles and Rose Ellen George Dillard and Corrine George Homa Gerami Jean Gertenbach John and Deborah Giachino Edward Gilbert Franklin Giles Michelle Gillaspy Barney Gillen Karen Gillett Paul Giordano and Rosa Bellino-Giordano Sarah Giovelli Grace Girolamo Kim Glaner Myles Glashier Andrew Glassford Glatting Charitable Trust Glatting Jackson Kercher Anglin, Inc. Sharon Glenn Leslie Glerum GMF Consulting Lynn Godorov Collin and Christine Goehring Jeannette Gold Siegmund and Marilyn Goldman J.A. Gollhofer Roberto and Sarah Gonzalez Rafael Gonzalez and Yolanda Ortiz Kelly Goodwin Kenneth and Marcia Goodwin Kelly Goodwin Daniel and Tammy Gormley Richard Gosnay Gene and Diann Gossett Alex and Karen Gourlay Roberta Govanus Deborah Govatos Grace Covenant Presbyterian Church LaVonne Graese Michael and Celia Graham Caleb Graham Joanne and Edwin Granberry, Jr. Shane Grantham

Robert and Christine Gravilla Katherine Gray Charles and Saundra Gray Alan Greber Beverly and M. Carter Greear, Jr. Lynda Green Greenberg Traurig Randall and Michelle Greene Michael and Mary Gregg Paul and Gretchen Gregg Ronald and Paige Greninger Thomas and Pamela Griffin Leslie and Shirley Griffin Arden Griffith Gail Grill Iris Grimmer Michael Grindstaff Brian Gruber Robert Gualtieri Tomas Gudmanas William and Nancy Guillaume Laura Guitar Rob Gunthner Thomas and Pamela Gurrentz Ernest Guysinger and Jami McLaughlin Michael and Margaret Haddad Fred and Grace Hagedorn Robert Hahn Christina Hahn Hajoca Corporation Donald and Stacy Hale Lisa Hall Marie Hall Richard and Carol Hall Randall Halley Wayne and Dorothy Halley Jaime and Rachel Halscott Deborah Halye Anne Hamilton Barbara Hamm George and Marie Hamrick Larry and Susan Hancock Marilyn Hankins James and Nancy Hannah Jerry and Karen Haralson Michael and Janice Harding Wanda Harding Aris and Anita Harduvel Judith Harrell Michael and Marnita Harris Kevin and Tiffani Harris Lorraine and Willie Harris John Harris Brenda Harrison Jeffrey and Angela Vivien Harrison Christian Hart Bruce and Kathleen Harter John Hartgering and Martha Harnit Keith and Nancy Harwell Heather Hassell Stephen Hauptly Bruce and Elizabeth Hausaman James and Bridget Hawley Gael Haworth Robert and Sky Headland John and Marcy Hearn Suzanne Hedgecock Sharon Hegedus Dennis Heide Larry and Ann Marie Heilbron Jeff Heinz Frank and Florence Hellinger Jerry and Deborah Hempstead David and Jayne Henderson

Debra Hendrickson Larry Henrichs Heath Hensley Brian Hernandez and Arlene LaFontaine Kandi Hernandez Helen Hernandez Ophel and Goldy Hernandez-Williams Margaret Herod Brad Hester Gary and Joanna Hewett Kenna Hewitt Amy Hibler Jay and Lisa Hicks Kalvin Higgins Scott and Rose Hill Rena Hill M. Scott Hillman Hindu Society of Central Florida Viola Hines Steven and Carole Hingtgen Richard and Charlotte Hintermeier John and Martha Hitt Tim and Joyce Hoatson Katherine Hodges Karl and Carla Hodges Theodore and Barbara Hoepner Denise Hogan Jenn and Abby Hollern Antoinette Hollis Barbara Hollkamp Carol Holloway Robert and Leslie Holloway Virginia and Robert Holmes, Jr. Ryan Holt Holy Cross Catholic Church Alicia Homrich Phyllis Hood Jay Hood Martha Hooker Hope Presbyterian Church at Lake Nona Horne, Holmes, Crenshaw & Blake LLP Leigh Ann Horton William and Mary Ann Hostetler Keith and Toni Houck House of Blues Richard Howard Laurie Howard Stephanie Howell Cris Hozven Meryl Hricko Huard Construction Corporate Linda Hubbard James Huber and Cindy Slavin Leon and Sharon Huffman Wes Hunter Rex and Shannon Hurley Fern Hurt Richard and Carolyn Huseman David Hyon Francis Ijewere Catherine Imasa Barbara Ingraham Jack and Alda Inman Innovative Data Solutions/Give Back Committee Islam, Inc. Carolyn Ismart Stephen and Cathy Jackshaw Timothy and Carolyn Jackson Kristin Jackson Richard and Maureen Jackson Peter and Jessica Jacques Seetahal and Kamala Jadubans Samir Jallad

Susan James Randall James Dolores James Ervin and Heidrun Janssen Chuck and Judy Jaqua Kristina Javar Louise Jefferson Jerry DeFalco Advertising Paul Jessen Ruth Johnson Frank and Patricia Johnson Michael and Patricia Johnson Dan Johnson Matthew Johnson Wade Johnson, Jr. Kevin Johnson Kris Johnson Richard and Manuel Johnson Kingsley Johnston Parile and Dorothy Jolliff Frederick Jones, Jr. Manuel and Sylvia Jones Edwin and Jane Jones Barbara Jones Wendy Jones Cassius Jones Linda Jones John Jones David and Grace Jordan Louis and Rajwanti Joseph JPMorgan Chase & Co. JPMorgan Chase Foundation Michael and Elizabeth Judith Frank and Etta Jean Juge Tracy Junger Junior League of Orlando Jeff and Rebecca Junod Just Chillin’ Frozen Yogurt Bar, LLC Just In Queso Foundation, Inc. JUSTGIVE Joseph Justice Tressa Juttelstad Chirag Kabrawala Larry and David Kahn Geri and Christopher Kail, Sr. Katie Kail Karla and Christopher Kail, Jr. Eugene Kandel Eugene and Kathleen Kapes Robert and Wendy Karpac Mary Kear Christine Kefauver Pauline Kellam Barbara Keller Jane Keller H. Raymond and Laurel Kellett Gloria Kelley William Kelley Michael and Carolyn Kelly Thomas and Leah Kelly Rita Kemp and Faith Jackson Elaine Kemp John and Charline Kennedy Kevin and Lisa Kennedy Viola Keskinen Arnold Kezsbom Namita Khanna Zohreh Khanzadeh Sang Chin Khoo Joe and Cheryl Kilsheimer James Kimbler Thomas Kincaid John and Barbara King Jeffrey King

Louis King Kings Orlando, LLC Elicia King-Wilson Steven Kirchof Sandra Kirwin Jeffrey Kiser and Lydia Brown Kiser Wendell and Lydia Kiser Kenneth Kish Sandra and Fred Kittinger, Jr. Kittinger Construction Company Phyllis Klock Byron and Sonia Knibbs Rosemary Knoll Michael Knorst John and Janet Knudsen Joseph Kocis Jody Koger William and Krista Kohls Joseph and Penny Kolba Frank Kopeski Al Koralewski Alfred Korenek Monika Kosc Justin Kotek Michael Kovaleski Keith and Judith Kowatch KPMG Community Giving Campaign Mary Lynn Kranze Dawn Kraus John Kroah Ken Ksionek Jeffrey Kuehn Paul and Charlotte Kuester David and Judy Kuhn Pradeep Kumar Brandon and Carla Kummer Paul Kunz Sylvia Kurth Bobby and Lindy Kuykendall James Kyser Robert Lacey David Lach Suzanne Lafata Scot Laferte Bryan Lafferman Erik Laidroo Don Lake Lake Nona Realty, LLC Lakemont Elementary Sharon Lamantia Ronald Lamb Richard and Margaret Lane Edward Langdon Richard and Mary Larson Robert Larue Dave and Gale Latchman Carlos Latour Mark and Linda Laurent Law Offices of Steven Igou, Inc. Jean Lawton Judy Lazerson Lead Services Steven Leary R. and S. Leary Thomas and Tanya Leary Lecesse Development Corporation Jeffrey Lee Susan Lee Charles Scott and Deborah Ann Lee Leftwich Consulting Engineers, Inc. Brian and Cindy Legros Brian LeGros Emily Lemieux Whitaker Leonhardt

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Christopher and Sandra Leporte Lisa Levert Alan and Sandra Levi Amy Lewandowski Bradford and Nancy Lewis Michael Lewis Leslie Lieberman Lifesong United Methodist Church Frederick Linstedt William Lites Robert and Pauline Little Lockheed Martin Employees’ Political Action Committee Kelly Lodde Rhonda Loft Loftis Production Services, Inc. David Loisel Nikie Lomax Dana and Steve Loncar The London Family Neil and Laura Long Marina Long DeWayne Lorenze Karl Lotspeich Lynette Lott Jeanne Lotti John Lowe William and Beth Lu Tony Lucanegro Rachel Luce-Hitt Robert Luft Eduardo and Zulma Lugo Martha Lugo Brendan and Melody Lynch Mary Ann Lynn Roberta Lyon Paul and Elizabeth MacDermott Sean and Stacie MacDonald Tom Macdonald George and Eloise MacKay Paula and Andrew Madsen, III Doris Magel Brock and Kathy Magruder Justin Mahon Susan Mair Richard Malcolm David Malkowski Annie Manatad Jay and Mo Mancini Leon Manelis Kevin Mangum and Jamie Yasko-Mangum Michael and Mary Mann Michael Manning John Mansell Lisa Manzi Sharon Marcy Michael and Crisa Marder Mark G. Anderson Consultants, Inc. Marriott Vacations Worldwide Ericco and Cheryl Marrocco Nancy Marshall Chris Martin D.W. and Sarah Martin Joel Maser Joel Maser Clement MasihDas Pamela Mason Larry Matheny Gayle Matheson Angela Mathews Joseph Matias David and Elaine Matthews Alvena Matthis Sarah Mattingly

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Allan Maxwell Ted May David May Bayllye and Lynne May April Mayhew Kenneth and Renee Mayhew Dennifer Mayo Nicholas McCarthy Kevin McClanahan Thomas McClary Robert McClure Randy McConnell John and Clara McConnell Jennifer and William McCorey, Jr. Joseph McCray Ann McCullough James and Joanne McCully Daniel McDonald Michael and Janet McDowell-Travis Jeff McFadden Wynne McFarlin Lois McGinnis Edgar McGonigal Mary McGregor Lloyd and Jean McGuire Thomas and Lorraine McInerney Kim McIntosh Allen McKenna James and Susan McKenna Mary McKey Al McKinney James and Jeannette McKinney Robin McLaren Colin and Jo Ellen McLean Robert and Barbara McMann Donald and Karen McManus Joseph McMullen Bill McNally Irene McNutt Paul and Jacquelyn McQuilkin John and Rebekah McReynolds James Mears Mears Destination Services, Inc. Roy and Eleanor Mecklenburg Cynthia Mederos Lucia Medford Mary Meeker Robert and Saundra Mellen Richard and Mona Mellon Ingrid Mellone David Meltzer Daniel and Sandy Memis Hadyla Mendez Frederic Meraud William and Aide Merced Michael and Christine Merchent Lymari Merheb Peter and Amy Merrill Sarah Messenger Thomas and Lynn Messina Charles and Karen Metcalf Bernadette Meyer Frank and Rebecca Meyer Gina Meyers Carl Michael Whitney and Robert Michaels, III Patrick Middleton Sam Miglani Bethany Mikell Mile High United Way Bob and Jane Miles Margaret Miller Michael Miller and Maria Victoria Jaramillo J. Gary and Stacey Miller

Jeff Miller and Roxanne Beardmore Cecile Miller Jerry Mills Judith Minear John Mines David Minnick Roma Minoo John Minton Myrna Miranda Eleanor Mischuck Mission Fish Ryan Mitchell Dorothy Mitchell William and Kim Mitchell Mobile Giving Foundation Sara Mobley Timothy and Eva Moeller Alison Moncrief Maria Mondaca Susan Monde Thomas and Etta Money Betty Monroe April Montgomery Vicki Montoya Kelly Moon John Moore Michael and Linda Moore Kellie Moore Danielle Moran Mark Moravec Anthony Moreno and Aimee Bert-Moreno Yasmin Moreno Jesus Morfa and Noelia de Jesus Laurie Morgan Christina Morgan Morgan & Morgan Patricia Morris Donna Morris Susan Morrison Scott Morrow Lucy Morse Anthony Moschella, III Jim Mosher John and Michele Moskos Most Precious Blood Catholic Church Most Worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge Lawrence Motzel Shirley Mountz Jim and Mari Moye Sachin and Sipra Mukerjee Mary Mullee Robert and Helen Mullican Firas Munjed and Ghada Sallit Phillip and Mary Murawski Graham and Judith Murphy Debra Murphy Kenneth Murrah Paul and Susan Murray Charlie and Geneva Murray Peter and Brenda Murtha Paul and Joan Musante A. Nanno Muss Ruth Mustian Charles Myers John and Patricia Nabers Anthony and Otilia Naidoo Marcos Nakagawa Carl Napolitano Timothy Nash Jon Nash Nativity Catholic Church Tamas Nebel Tina Necrason Betty Wells Neel

Harvey and Rhonda Neeley Elva Nees Steven Neilson Matthew and Lauren Nelson Ronald and Mary Lu Nelson Linda Neratko David Nethery Network For Good Marc Neu and Suzanne Fox-Neu New Hope in Christ Church of God, Inc. New Traditions Bank Bonnie Newman Sean and Rebecca Newman Jason and Nicole Newmyer Mary Nichols Sonja Nicholson Lisa Nicolaisen J. Michael Night Leslie Noell, Jr. Matt Nolan Gladys Nolte Kevin and Rachael Noonan Charles and Elena Norman Jim and Stephanie Norris Timothy and Laura Norvill Pamela and Raymond Notarantonio, Jr. Aida Nova Kathleen O’ Sullivan Carol O’ Mahony Bill and Jane Oatway Clifford Odom William and Sheila Oelfke Jeannine O’Grody Michael and Catharine O’Grody Old Florida National Bank Kelly Olinger Michael Oliver David and Marelin Olivieri Pat Olsen Jolene O’Neal Shane and Elizabeth O’Neill Nicholene Onfroy Kadmiel Onodje Robert Opsahl Orlando Federal Credit Union Orlando K-Life Ministry Orlando World Center Marriott Alberto Ortiz Jasmine Ortiz Pete Ortiz Gwen O’Sullivan Richard and Elizabeth Otto Oviedo Winter Springs Lions Club Martha Oyola Susan Padalewski Thomas Pagnillo Anuradha Pai William and Deen Palm Mary Palmer Forrest and Carolyne Parish James and Sonya Parker Pegge Parker Parkland Engineering, Inc. Robert and Margrit Parks Eric and Catherine Parr Leon and Ilse Parrish Eric Partee Anthony Passeri Adam and Kara Pastis James and Cindy Patterson Betty Patton Ronald Pavlacka Armando Payas Warren and Esther Pearce

Sandra Peatross Timothy Pecora David and Lynda Pellissier Howard and Susan Pelteson Harim and Jessica Pena Melinda Pensinger J. David Peppers Patricia Peppler Reymundo Perez Tico and Donna Perez Perez, Bruce and Jonasen Elliott and Sara Perny Michael Perry Sharon Persad Ronald and Lisa Person Louis and Jane Pesce Charles and Debra Peshek Kelley Peterman Charles Peters Rebekah and John Petrelli, Jr. Robert Petrino John and Virginia Petrisin Carol Petty Henry and Judith Pfingstag Gillian Phillips Peggy Phillips William Phillips and Pamela Hanson-Phillips Randy Piatt Eugene and Carol Pickler Jerry and Carol Pierce James and Mary Piercy Tyler and Kimberly Piercy David and Kathleen Pierfy John and Ruby Pierson Stanley and Katherine Pietkiewicz Neil Pignotti Eddie and Melanie Pipkin Salvatore Pirrone Ethan Pitsch Todd and Elizabeth Pittenger Planned Giving Council of Central Florida Tim Pluto Robin and Joseph Poche Virginia Poe Nathan Poe Warren Polakoff Michael and Leslie Poole Barika Poole Rodney and Cynthia Poole Stephen and Laura Pooser David Post David E. Post Scot Post Powerhouse Performance Coaching, Inc. Ellen Prague Precisioncut Window Films, Inc. Presbyterian Foundation Gregory Presnell and Cecelia Bonifay Press on Events Michael and Rebecca Prevost Susan Price Brendan Price Alan Price Sharon Priest Prince Bush Investments-Restaurants Sharon Principato Karen and Richard Proctor, Jr. Professional Book Fairs, Inc. Wilhelmina Pruitt Jeremy Pullen Punjabi Sangh of Central Florida William Purkey, Jr. Bart and Kimberly Putt Roger and Shelley Pynn

Yasmeen Qadri Levar Queen Rosa and Juan Quiles, Jr. Michael and Christine Quinones Evelyn Quinton R.M. Barrineau Diane Radigan Essam and Wendy Radwan Wesley and Lori Rakes Alfredo Ranaldi Joseph and SueAnn Rand Philip and Kay Rawlins Robert and Patricia Rawls Claudia Ray-Centeno Russell Reader and Sarah Downs Thomas and Pauline Rech Richard Reep and Kimberly Mathis Julia Regier Layne Reibel Ralph Reichard and Merrell Bailey Marc and Frances Reicher Mary Reimert Allen and Alice Reinhardt Remington Company Resort Condominiums International Robert and Jane Reuff Valerie Reyes Kimberly and Rochelle Reyes Kevin and Rebecca Reynolds Ryan and Misty Rich Richard Watson Construction Co., LLC William and Lisa Richards Daniel and Joann Richards Jasz Richards Rebekah Richey Sara Ricker Sharon Ricket Joseph and Vida Ricketts David and Dawn Rigel Melinda Rigney Robert and Dotty Rigsby Joanann Rinaldi John and Sally Rinehart Victor Rivera and Deborah Rivera-Melendez Jesus Rivera John and Monica Rivers Richard Robbins Jason Robert Garcia and Anastasia VancampGarcia Thomas and Jane Roberts Randall and Patricia Robertson Anne Robinson Felix Robinson Jason Robinson Derrica Robinson Gregory and Amy Jo Rodeghier Olga Rodriguez and Erica Santos Ricardo Rodriguez Maritess Rodriguez Timothy and Jamie Roedig Allison and Richard Rogers, Jr. David and Jennifer Rogers Monique Rogers Patricia Rogers Janet Rogerson Hernan and Ana Rojas Rojo Kids, LLC Rollins College Ty and Abigail Roofner Larry and Marilyn Roofner Teresa Rosa Ivan Rosado David and Linda Rosati Andrew Rosemurgy


Richard and Cornelia Rosenberger Rosie’s Place Robert and Susan Ross Elaine Ross and Joanne Ross Perlini Richard Rossiter Xandra Roth Roberta Rouadi Rowena Park Neighborhood Association Cheryl Rowswell George Royal Ronald and Leona Rudolph Mildred Ruff John Ruffier Vanessa Ruiz Catherine Rule Rumberger, Kirk & Caldwell Todd Ruopp Bennie Rupich Joe Rusnic Nanelle Russ Michael and Amy Russell Laura Russell Rodney and Judith Russell Clifford and Jami Russell Ruth Wilson Ministries of Central Florida Candace Rutkowski Charlotte Ryan S.I. Goldman Company, Inc. Mark Sabia Angela Sabo Jeffrey and Carolyn Sadowsky The Sage Wellness Center Gary and Pamela Sain Saint Mary Magdalen Catholic Church Michael and Susanne Salvia Margaret Sample Javier Sanchez Albert Sanchez Marilyn Santos James and Sarah Savage Savor Your Life Today, Inc. Robert Sayles Patrick and Patricia Scanlon Steven and Nancy Schaal Mark Schaefer Michael and Daughn Schiappa Gilbert Schiappa David and Deborah Schick Walter Schieferdecker Laura Schmidt Kevin and Wendi Schneider Jeff Schneider Linda Schofield Robert and Maria Scholten Jason Schrago Jeanette Schreiber Tom and Susan Schroder John and Kathleen Schultz Jeffery Schultz John and Jeannie Schultz Adam Scoggins Christopher Scott Shirley Scott Bob and Lesley Scott Ray and Katherine Scott Elex and Debbie Scroggins Raymond and Patricia Scullian Elizabeth Seaver Teresa Sebastian Pete Sechler Betty Jane and W.A. Seegers, Jr. William Sefton Sara Segal Cynthia Segreto

Casey Seland Roger Sell Melissa Sells Junwon Seo System Tech Services, Inc. Rosanne Seward Jennifer Seyfried John and Dell Shadgett Tony Shahnami Lois Shane Daniel Sharff Shari V.N. Hodgson, Inc. Shawn Sharma Robert Sharpe Tyrone Shaw Douglas and Sally Shaw Gregory Shaw Matt Shenk Francis and Lisa Sheppard Travis and Catriona Sherwin James and Casey Shiller Shores, Tagman & Company PA Edmund Short Shout Talent Entertainment & Promotions, LLC Sanford and Olivia Shugart Shutts & Bowen LLP Siemens Caring Hands Foundation Wendy Silva Elaine Silver Roger Simmons Robin Simmons Carl and Teresa Simpkins Jessica Sims Richard and Leslie Skillman William and Sherry Slaughter Stephen and Brenda Sloan Charles and Rebecca Sloan Nerissa Smart W. Kelly Smith Faye and Hal Smith, Jr. John and Orna Smith Gloria Smith Randolph and Patricia Smith David Smith Wilma Smith Paul Smith Randall and Julie Smith Matt and Kristen Smith John and Ellen Smith David Smuckler Robert Smyth Mike and Debbie Smyth David Smyth Jack and Jacqueline Sneed R. Thomas and Katherine Snow Rona Snyder Kathleen Snyder Brendon Snyder Andy and Jacqueline Sobo Marion and Cheryl Soileau Debra Sol Elizabeth Solis Deepanita Somwaru Stan Soroka Southeastern Container, Inc. Southwest Orlando Jewish Congregation Space to Grow Tracy Spadaccini Howard Spalding Constance Sparling R. Sean and Marni Spence Bev Spencer Nicholas Spezzacatena Verna Spice

St. Andrews United Methodist Church St. Columba’s Church Susan Stackpole Denise Stalls Denise Stalls Michael and Beverly Stark Jo Starks Jerry Steakley Kathy Stearns Michelle Stecker George and Barbara Stedronsky Jonathan and Rachel Steele Arnold and Nira Stein Martin and Lea Steinberger John and Mary Stelzer Mark and Mary Anne Stephen Shirley and Sam Stephens, Jr. Robert and Lenore Stephens Louis and Sara Nathan Stern Christina Stewart Eva Stewart C. Martin and Dorothy Stickley Sharon and Frank Stieg, III Mike Stillman Jonathan Stimler Connie Stine Sigrid and Rudi Stockhammer Donald Stoddard Elizabeth Stone Matthew and Ashley Stoner Doug Storer Sharon Stout Ronald and Patricia Strasberg Karole Streu Charles and Barbara Stuart Harold Stuart, Jr. Diane Stull Molly Stuote Rene Stutzman Irwin and Ruby Suberman Donna Sullivan George Sullivan Susan Summar Linda Summerlin Ta-Ann Sung Melissa Sutphin-Hackim Nancy Sutter Clayton Swain Marianne Sweeney Sweet Homes Sweetwater Episcopal Academy Sajid Syed Robert Szafranski T.M. Love & Associates, P.A. Robert Tainsh, Jr. Gwen Tamasaka Tampa Orlando Pinellas Jewish Foundation, Inc. Larry and Marissa Tatum Patti Tavenner Ronald and Robin Taylor Crystal and Comer Taylor, Jr. Taylor Morrison of Florida, Inc. Robert and Melinda Teegarden Teer Engineering Linda Ter Beek Terracon Territo Electric, Inc. Dorothy Terry Terry’s Electric, Inc. Charles and Jan Tews Bill and Robbi Walker Edward Thomas, Jr. Cheryl Thomas Robert Thomas, II and Sherri Rinker

Richard Thompson Justine Thompson Vania Thompson Rebecca Thompson Thomson Environmental Consulting, LLC John and Dianne Thornburgh Robert Thornhill Cyndi Tickle James Tierney Melodie Tilley Titan Properties Mike and Jodi Tobin Eileen and Sebastian Tongson, Jr. Robert and Eleanor Tonkin Vinod and Vyjayanti Topiwala William and Irene Toro Mirnalys Torres Luis Tosado Michael Tran Corey and Marla Trautman Tribune Company Raquel Trimarchi Brent and Jennifer Trotter Richard Troutman Martha Tucker Gerald Tucker Domenick Turco Thomas and Judith Turner Allison Twombly Frances Ulery Fred and Ifeyinwa Umeh United Commercial Travelers of America United Stationers Charitable Foundation United Way of Central and Northeastern CT United Way of Central Indiana, Inc. United Way of Greater Toledo United Way of Metropolitan Atlanta United Way of Tri-State University of Central Florida Board of Trustees University Unitarian Universalist Society Mark Usberghi Robert and Lisa Utsey Nicholas and Nancy Valeriani Joffery Van Camp David and Michelle Van Dyke Stanley and Kimberly Van Gundy Frank Vande Loo Mark and Vicky VanGorder Mark and Debra Vangrov Jay and Mary Vanhook Holly Vanture Tom Varghese Carlos and Leala Vazquez Ramon and Angela Vega Eddie Vega Margot Ververis Marty Vevera Joshua Vickery Elizabeth Villegas Lisa Von Dyke WACX-TV Robin Wade Robert and Shirley Waggoner Robert and Karla Wagner Michele Wagoner Jessica Walberg David and Verlyn Gail Walbridge Richard Waldor Tony and Julee Waldrop Theresa Walker Joy Wallace Kevin and Karen Walsh The Walt Disney World Dolphin Resort The Walt Disney World Swan Hotel

Michael and Nisha Waranch Jeffrey and Angela Ward Mary and Harold Ward, III Elizabeth Wardle and Nkosi Shanga Chrissy Warner Gerald and Carla Warnock Bill and Lisa Warren Bill and Sandy Warren Zelle and Hal Washburn, Jr. James Waters WCK Planning Steven Weader Richard Webber, II Kurt Weber Brian Weber Christopher and Mary Webster Dustin Weeks Deborah Wegener Tina Weich Michael and Kelsey Weinberg Amber Weiss Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Steven and Roberta Wennerstrom Barbara West Amy West Michelle Wetula David Wheeler WHH Enterprises Michael Whisenant Dan and Martha Whitaker Keith and Shara White Charles and Kathleen White Donald Whitehead Julian and Denise Whitehurst Deppie and Jack Whitwam, Sr. Connie Wilcox Gilbert and Verna Wilke Vaughn Wilkes Ronald and Karen Wilkinson Ryley Williams L. F. and K.L. Williams Kenneth Williams Cris Williams Jennifer Williams Marilyn Williams Robert Williams Ted and Nancy Williams Alonzo Williams Michael and Sheree Williams Sonia Williams Sean and Charlotte Williams Mark Williamson W.D. and Debbie Willis Telethia Willis Audra Willsey Christopher and Tamara Wilmot Jude and Samantha Wilson Cecil and Betty Jane Wilson Ted Wilson Eric and Hope Wilson Aswadah Winkler Bruce and Virginia Winslow Chester and Foy Winsor Thomas Winters and Rebecca Moroose Gayle Wise James and Beverly Wisner Julie Wolf Sally Wolfe Gordon and Agnes Wolfram Wayne and Ellen Wolfson Paul Wolmarans Robert and Kate Wolverton Mary Ann Womack H. M. and Brenda Womack

Women of the Moose Pine Castle Chapter 1917 Pessie Wong Helen Woo Dean Woodbine Jean Woodbury Linda Woods Council and Patricia Wooten Workscapes Workspace Solutions, LLC Harold Worrall John Worrell WRCC Board of Directors- Sherri Erwin Clifford and Georgene Wright Rudy Wright James Wright and Christine Stewart Wyndham Worldwide Susan Wysotski Stephen Yates Bret Yaw Jon and Kathleen Yergler Art Young John Young Young Deloach PLLC Constance Zabukovec Aaron Zandy David Zann Andrew and Ellen Zelman William and Angela Zeman Thomas and Michele Zimmer Gene and Emily Ann Zimmerman Robert and Janet Ziomek Melanie Zook Jenna Zucali Robert and Charlene Zuleeg Tiffany Zullo Evonne Zummo Randy and Michelle Zwirn

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