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BUILDING OUR FUTURE
together As Crosby Scholars alumnus Matthew Gambill sorted through some of his old papers, he came across a long-ago letter from Mona Lovett, Crosby Scholars President and CEO, that he had received while he was in college.
“I decided now would be the time to give back,” Gambill said. “As I’ve gotten older and more established, I reflect on the opportunities and experiences that have played a part in my success. College is a big factor in that success. Knowing from first-hand experience that the money I donate will get to deserving young people going to college was my inspiration to contribute.” Mat th
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Matthew graduated in 2002 from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte with a computer science degree. He is now a Senior Software Developer, contracting at Eastdil Secured. The married father of three is beginning the college enrollment process again, this time as a parent. His oldest son, Christion will be a freshman at Longwood University in the fall. His daughter Victoria, a rising senior who is graduating early, is taking classes at Harvard University and interning at UNC Charlotte.
“When you first go to college there are so many extra expenses, things you don’t realize you need, especially the first year,” he said. “Coming from a single-parent household, every bit helps. At the time $500 was much more than it is today.”
As I’ve gotten older and more established, I reflect on the opportunities and experiences that have played a part in my success. College is a big factor in that success.
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The letter brought back memories from 1998 when he graduated from West Forsyth High School and received a $500 scholarship from Crosby Scholars to go towards his college tuition. The memory inspired him to begin making regular, generous donations to Crosby Scholars.
“My youngest son, Parker, was advanced to his 3’s class a month ahead of schedule because he was already potty trained,” the proud father added with a smile.
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WHY CROSBY SCHOLARS
matters Don Flow, President and CEO of Flow Automotive Companies, says expectations in the job market have changed and explains why supporting Crosby Scholars is more important than ever. “Post high school education is the single best predictor of social and economic mobility and stability,” said Flow, a community leader and visionary for Winston-Salem. “Associate degree holders earn $350,000 more than high school graduates over their lifetime, and that difference lifts someone out of economic instability and financial anxiety. Four-year college graduates earn $1.2 million more over their lifetime."
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Crosby Scholars connects students to their community through its requirement for
He explains that traditional skills jobs that paid well now often require post-secondary education. “Today, it is very difficult for a person to become an automotive technician without an associate’s degree,” he said. “The same is the case in every other skilled technical job. Additionally, accessing non-technical jobs that provide a middle-class income opportunity are just not an option without a college education.”
“Engaging with students in the community helps form them as active citizens who believe they can contribute and make a difference,” Flow said. “Every person gets up in the morning and wants what they do to matter. The students that get involved in the community through Crosby Scholars develop the confidence that they can make a difference, that their lives matter, and that they can help shape a community. If you want to create the citizens who are going to lead this city and beyond in a positive manner, support Crosby Scholars.”
“I have a prediction to make. Because the growth in income of persons with an associate’s degree in a skilled technical area is far outstripping inflation, it will not be long before they match the earnings of college graduates. It is not that college graduates are earning less. Instead, it is that skilled technical jobs are paying more.”
community service, and Flow says that lessons students learn from these experiences are significant.
Crosby Scholars is available to every 6th- to 12th-grade Forsyth County public school student who enrolls and completes annual requirements, and the resulting diversity benefits everyone. “Crosby Scholars enables students to develop friendships beyond their normal boundaries which prepares them for life,” Flow said.
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“The richness of life is found in developing friendships that cross boundaries…The future leaders of our country and our community will have to do this if we are going to flourish.”
Salem to be a community of opportunity, support Crosby Scholars.
"The Crosby Scholars Program makes a difference in the community," Flow says. “Crosby Scholars radically alters social and economic mobility; Crosby Scholars forms active and engaged citizens; and creates friendships that break down boundaries.”
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"...If you want to help a child escape poverty, support Crosby Scholars," he said.
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public support and revenue Individuals + Corporations Foundation Grants 27.4% 10.8%
Goodwill of NWNC 40.1%
Endowed United Income Way 7.3% 6.1%
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*Financial contribution from Goodwill of NWNC is per the 2012 affiliation agreement with Crosby Scholars Community Partnership.
COLLEGE DREAMS COME TRUE
thanks to you! 2020 Supporters A Proof of Favor Lauren Abernethy Thomas R. Adams Robert Allar Allegacy Federal Credit Union Saundra Amos Apollo Chemicals Edward Armfield, Jr. Abrea Armstrong Artwear Atlantic Packaging Marcia Baker Zachary Baker Susan Baldwin Bank of America Dr. Marquis Barnett Diane and Rollie Barrett Carolyn Baucom Cheryle Belo Dr. Kristin Bennett Robert Berkley Cory Best Sam Bishop Black Philanthropy Initiative David Blanco Kathryn Bloch Geoffrey and Mary Bloom Dr. F.A. Blount Blue Cross Blue Shield of NC Bob King Automotive Group Barry Boyd Brasfield and Gorrie Mr. and Mrs. Richard Brenner Wendy and Mike Brenner Margaret Brock Candice and Ivey Brown Dr. Deidra Brown Megan and Tom Brown Mike Brown Wayana Brown Mr. and Mrs. Andy Brown, III Mr. and Mrs. John Burress, III Reiley Burris Butler and Burke
Alan and Lisa Caldwell Dr. and Mrs. Tom Cannon Mr. William Carpenter Joyce and Ben Carson Carter's Charitable Foundation Mike Casey Evan and Jay Cavenaugh Katherine Cavenaugh
Centenary United Methodist Church Mr. and Mrs. Lee Chaden Keith Chandler Jewel Cherry Mr. and Mrs. Hudnall Christopher, Jr. Rene and Jeff Clark Thomas Clark Katherine Clayton Robin and Ron Clein Clinard Concepts and Solutions Clorox Commercial Realty Advisors Community Rental Car Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Connors Mr. and Mrs. Pat Considine Cook Medical Mr. and Mrs. David Cotterill Mr. and Mrs. Penn Craver Harry Crosby Kathryn Crosby Mary Crosby Charlotte Curry Elaine Daves Don Davis Latersha Davis Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Davis Pamala Deberry Susan and Dave DeRamus Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Douglas, III
Dek and Luci Driscoll Mr. and Mrs. William Duck Duke Energy Foundation Ecolab Foundation Anthony Edmond Educational Dimensions Unlimited Robert and Amy Egleston Jim Einstein Mr. and Mrs. Frank Elliott Mr. and Mrs. Mike Ernst Ernst & Young Laura Esleeck Ferree Dinkins Group CPAs Jessica Fisher Olivia Fleming Don and Robbin Flow Flow Automotive Companies Flower City Printing Jimmy Flythe Mr. and Mrs. McDara Folan, III Lloyd and James Ford Forsyth County Mr. and Mrs. Chris Fox Mr. and Mrs. Michael Fox Frances and Steve Porter Family Fund James Francis Carrie Fulton Mr. and Mrs. Paul "Bo" Fulton, III Nella Fulton Paul Fulton Patricia Gainey Galilee Missionary Baptist Church Selina Galloway Matthew Gambill Gamma Kappa Boule Foundation Timothy and Deborah Gardner Mr. and Mrs. John Garrou Anne Garvey Gateway Management Services Don Geletko Scott and Brenda Gerding Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gfeller Mr. and Mrs. Art Gibel Vickie Gill Tyrone Glenn Mr. and Mrs. Tony Golding Goldman Sachs Goodwill Industries of Northwest iiiNorth Carolina
COLLEGE DREAMS COME TRUE
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Mr. Donald J. Hibbard Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Hibbard Dr. Kevin High Donald Hill Taffany Hill Mr. Richard C. Ho Mr. and Mrs. David Holden Mr. and Mrs. Rodger Holley Ms. Harolyn L. Holmes Richard Holmes Hood Container Keisha Horton
Ben and Ann Hough Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hough Karen Huey Johnetta Huntley Betsy Hutchison I.L. Long Construction ICON International IFF Health Biosciences Irma Jackson James G. Hanes Foundation Jody Jenkins Mrs. Natalie A. Jensen-Noll and iiiMr. Richard A. Noll Towana Jeralds Mr. and Mrs. Trent Jernigan John W. and Anna H. Hanes iiiFoundation Ms. Amber Johnson Jeff and Jane Johnson Rachel Johnson Towana Johnson Jane Johnston Steve and Sandy Jones Crystal Joyce Hal and Brenda Kaplan Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust Lottie Kay Kelly Office Solutions Ms. Deborah Kiger Alyson and Joel Kilby Deborah Kilby Kilpatrick Townsend Stockton Bob Kluttz Jim and Courtney Kluttz Joyce Kohfeldt Mari Krane Bebe Krewson Mr. and Mrs. Gilmour Lake Lambert Architecture + Interiors Landmark Builders Mr. and Mrs. Robert Landry Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lassiter Adrienne Latham Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lawson LB Olson Advertising Products
Mr. Keith E. Lonon Martinique Lovett Mona and Daniel Lovett Adawntra Luke Madlon and Kirk Glenn Foundation Barbara Maida-Stolle Richard and Peggy Manz Phil Manz Robert and Andrea Maricich Dr. and Mrs. Don Martin Jamie and Luke Martin Mary Allen and Jim Martin O.C. and Janet Martin Martha Martinat Barbara and Gary Masi MassMutual Foundation Amanda Mathis Carolyn Matthews Margaret Mauney David and Susan McBride Mr. and Mrs. Mark McCarville Craig McConnell Dr. and Mrs. David McCullough Walter McDowell Tricia McManus Susan and Mac McMichael McMichael Mills McMurray Fabrics Mr. and Mrs. Mac McQuilkin Katherine Memory Mercedes Benz of Winston-Salem Method Properties eXp Realty Modern Automotive Dixon Moody Becky and David Morgan Howard and Karla Morris
John Googe United Way of Forsyth County Teddy Grabowski Pat and Nancy Grantham Howard and Jannie Gray Mr. and Mrs. Murray Greason Bill Green Green Foundation Bridget Greene Greif, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. F. Borden Hanes, Jr. Hanesbrands, Inc. Natalie Harding Kathy and Jim Hardison Harris Teeter Avery Harwood Jacqueline Haynes Joan and Patrick Healy Michelle Healy Henry-Morris Foundation Lakisha Henry-Simmons Mary Henshaw Miriam Hernandez HF Financial Hands and Feet Fund
Ms. Shonette Lewis Sherise Lindsay Jim Lippard Mr. and Mrs. George L. Little
COLLEGE DREAMS COME TRUE
thanks to you! PwC Charitable Foundation QFC QuadPackaging Quality Labels and Packaging Betty Quick RAI Services Company Ramey Kemp and Associates Ray and Jackie Cope Foundation Albert Redd Redd Realty Mark Reece, III Reynolds American Foundation Richard J. Reynolds, III and iiiMarie M. Reynolds Foundation
Ridge Care Randy Riley Stephanie Ring Vanessa Rivers Dr. Elwood Robinson Mary Roemer Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rogers Tony Romeo Rotary Club of Winston-Salem Dawn Rowe Rudolf-Venture Chemical Elizabeth Rudolph Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Runser Salem Benefits Group Salem Corporation Salem Group Ginger Salt Artes Sanderson Oscar Santos Elizabeth Saye Patricia Scales Sciessent
Twin City Kiwanis Foundation Twin City Warehouses United Way Southern Tier United Way Suncoast Frances McDonald Vaughn Village Tavern Vivid Metal Prints Vulcan Materials Foundation Kyhri Wade Susan Wade Wake Forest Baptist Health Wake Forest University Jack Ward Ward Family Foundation Kathy and Dudley Watts Richard Watts, Jr. Phil and Jean Waugh Deborah Welch Mr. and Mrs. Mike Wells Wells Fargo Foundation Jason and Amy Wenker Anne and Tom Westbrook WestRock David and Krista Wharton Janet and Harden Wheeler John Whitaker, Jr. Whitney Jones Katie Widle Wildfire Sally Williams Ashly Wilson Dr. and Mrs. John A. Wilson Charlotte Windecker Winston-Salem Foundation Winston-Salem Journal Winston-Salem/Forsyth County iiiSchools Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Winters Womble Bond Dickinson Lu Anne Wood Debra Yancey Charles and Lynn Young Nancy Young Williams Roberts Young Pat and Joe Young Youth Life Skills Institute Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation Cindy Zimmerman Charles Zumkehr
Ms. Carolyn Morrison Willette Mosby-Reynolds Eddie Moser Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moser Judith Mountjoy Angie and Everette Murphrey Mr. and Mrs. Michael Murphy Mr. and Mrs. Steve Nachman NC Counts Coalition Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Neely Mr. and Mrs. Danny Newcomb Elizabeth Newell Mr. and Mrs. Anc Newman Robert Niblock Vanessa Noble Tony Norman Novant Health Michael O'Neal Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ogburn, Sr. James and Linda Owens Packaging Corporation of iiiAmerica Charles Palmer Winnie Pannell David Park Michael Parks Tashika Parks Parkway Ford Lynn Parsley and Kathy Ausen PepsiCo Becky and Jay Perkinson Levette Perkinson Perkinson Law Lucille Petrizzo Phillip Petros Pfefferkorn Foundation Heather Philon Piedmont Federal Savings Bank Piedmont Stone Center Melody Pierce Jasmine Pitt Mr. and Mrs. Ed Pleasants Jane Poe Blaine Pugh Mr. and Mrs. Paul Puryear
Thomas Seaver Chad Setliff Ashley and Zach Sharpe Avery Dennison Shelco Charles Shelton Edwin Shelton Shelton Vineyards/Bear Hill iiiFamily Offices SigmaQ Omari Scott Simmons Dru and Rick Simpson Hannah Sink Hayley Sink Kent and Lisa Sink Brian and Dana Slawter Ms. Amber D. Sluder Donald and Sibylle Smith Leigh Smith LTanya Smith SML USA Molly Sohn Mr. and Mrs. Ken Sommerkamp Sonoco Foundation Southeastern Pension iiiCompany Taeshawn Spence Tara and Wade Stokes Israel Suarez Mary and Rosemary Susnjara Judy Swain Mr. and Mrs. Don Symons Megan Tang Wynn Tanner Peggy Taylor TeamLogic IT Jameia Tennie The Leon Levine Foundation Carl Thoma Ginger Thomas Suellen Thompson Will Tibbs, VI Linda Tilley Nella Fulton Timmons Triad Academy at Summit iiiSchool Truist, formerly BB&T Truliant Federal Credit Union Mr. John Trulove
Through Crosby Scholars Leadership Council I aim to spread awareness among students that each one of them is capable of achieving success. I like to spread the word how Crosby Scholars exposes us to opportunities that we may be unable to access on our own. - Ari, Hanes Magnet School
CROSBY SCHOLARS COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP
2020 Board of Directors
Jason Wenker, Chair Ginger Salt, Vice Chair Jeff Hibbard, Secretary Danny Newcomb, Treasurer Anc Newman, Immediate Past Chairman Ivey Brown
Joyce Carson Chris Fox Paul "Bo" Fulton, III Patricia Gainey Anne Garvey Don Geletko Joan Healy
David Holden Natalie Jensen-Noll Joyce Kohfeldt Barbara Maida-Stolle Tricia McManus Phillip Petros Mark Reece
Oscar Santos Omari Scott Simmons Israel Suarez Anne Westbrook John A. Wilson Mona W. Lovett, President & CEO
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