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2010/2011 ANNUAL REPORT

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We are amazed by the past year – so much has been accomplished. Our distribution of food increased by 32 percent since last year, meaning 5,377,792 more meals were distributed to families in need. Food came from every conceivable source, including farmers/growers, manufacturers, distributors, wholesalers, retailers, restaurants and resorts, catering companies and community food drives. Volunteers are helping at record levels; we received a total of 35,115 hours this past year. These numbers show how dynamic and deep-rooted our food and volunteer resources are within the Central Florida community. You, and your neighbors, stopped hunger in its tracks for many in 2011. We are amazed and shocked for a different, more troubling, reason – recent hunger studies show an increase in the number of children in need. In Central Florida now, roughly one in four children are food insecure. The remainder are senior citizens, working poor, homeless people, unemployed and the disabled. A year ago, our partner network of programs reached 732,000 people. These numbers remind us: We have a lot of work to do as the economy struggles to come back. We are amazed and proud to report that we continue to help more and more people, while remaining financially solid and debt-free. We work hard to be worthy stewards of the community’s generosity. Efficiency in accomplishing our mission is so important. Outside sources such as Charity Navigator affirm our efforts by awarding their highest four-star rating to Second Harvest. We are amazed by the incredible effort of our 500 partner agencies that literally feed thousands of people each day. Their passion is at the heart of our inspiration. We are amazed and genuinely appreciate you taking the time to spend a few minutes reviewing this report. We trust that you will find it energizing and full of hope. For those of you who already support the work we do in the community, thank you. And, for those of you who may be newly discovering our work, please contact us, as it will be our pleasure to speak with you regarding how you can join the effort to fight hunger in Central Florida.

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On behalf of the thousands of people who benefit from your generosity, thank you. You are amazing.

Susan Reimer-Sifford

Dave Krepcho

Chair, Board of Directors

President/CEO

mission: To Fight Hunger in Central Florida

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Providing access to food and other grocery products in order to help meet the need.

Promoting and supporting the development of our partner agencies’ ability to fulfill their missions.

Mobilizing leaders and communities by bringing visibility to the invisible problem of hunger and poverty.

Developing more holistic and county-specific solutions to hunger in the Central Florida region.

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Food distribution CHAIRMAN / Susan Reimer-Sifford

volunteers

EXECUTIVE VICE CHAIR / Brad Butterstein In fiscal year 2010/2011,

VICE CHAIR / Stephen Starks

10,146 volunteers

TREASURER / Matthew J. Donnelly

contributed 35,115 hours —

SECRETARY / Sheldon Fox

the equivalent of nearly

HONORARY LIFE MEMBERS / George MacKay / Patricia Ambinder

17 full-time staff members!

MEMBERS AT LARGE / Kari D. Baker / Ed Colleran / Michael Dosal / Mike Eagen

Without the help of these

Ted Hamilton, M.D. / Allison Hudson / Andrew W. Kimpel, CPIM / Marcus Lyons / Paul W. Morgan Kim Mowatt / Deborah Rusnock / Jim Schreiber / James S. Toscano / Edwin Wronski

incredible partners, Second Harvest Food Bank couldn’t begin to have such a powerful — and critically needed — impact on hunger.

our Branches • Collectively in fiscal 2010/2011, our organization distributed 32,830,936 pounds of food in six counties – which include Brevard, Volusia, Lake, Orange, Osceola and Seminole. • In fiscal year 2010/2011, the Volusia Branch provided 4,259,717 pounds of food to more than 85 non-profit organizations. • Our Brevard Branch distributed 4,528,568 pounds of food to more than 77 non-profit organizations during fiscal year 2010/2011.

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COMMUNITY FOOD DRIVES

Products donated by manufacturers, wholesalers, retailers, growers and others are distributed to emergency food pantries, shelters and other types of agencies serving clients in need. This program distributed 20,062,465 pounds of nutritious food in fiscal year 2010/2011.

An amazing 1,154,164 pounds of nonperishable grocery products were collected in fiscal 2010/2011 through our community food drives, including: • Boy Scouts of America/Scouting for Food • National Association of Letter Carriers Food Drive • WESH News Channel 2’s “Share Your Christmas” Food Drive • CANstruction • Local church, school and workplace drives

KIDS CAFE At 13 after-school sites in three counties, 168,124 prepared or catered meals were served in fiscal 2010/2011. On average, 1,250 children were served daily. In total, more than 1 million meals have been served since the program’s inception in 1993.

SUMMER FOOD PROGRAM During 51 operational days last summer – a time when children in needy areas lack access to school lunch programs – 69,768 meals were served at 24 sites in four counties, reflecting an increase of 62 percent over the previous year. Through a grant from Johnson & Johnson, we were also able to provide the children with 13,750 take-home, shelf-stable food packs for the weekends. And, for the first time, we were able to serve Osceola County. Since the program commenced in 2008, Second Harvest Food Bank has provided more than 162,000 summer meals.

TEFAP DISTRIBUTION The Florida Department of Agriculture awarded distribution contracts for Orange, Seminole, Lake, Brevard, Volusia and Marion counties to Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida for its distribution program for government food commodities. In fiscal year 2010/2011, a total of 8,973,364 pounds of these wholesome products were made available to Central Floridians in need.

SECOND HELPINGS This prepared/perishable food program distributed 1,339,780 pounds of food in fiscal 2010/2011 to agencies that provide onsite meals for senior citizens, shelters, soup kitchens and non-profit kids’ programs.

GROCERY ALLIANCE HI-FIVE KIDS PACK PROGRAM Last year, 51,791 shelf-stable food packs were provided to needy children at 20 elementary schools and 25 community sites. These packs are meant to help bridge the nutritional gap that exists during weekends, when children lack access to school cafeterias. Since 2006, more than 143,173 packs have been distributed.

With more than 300 retail locations throughout Central Florida, this vast food recovery program brought in 10,558,792 pounds of food in 2010/ 2011 – more than a 100% increase over the previous year. Each day, participating retailers gather and prepare unsalable, but perfectly consumable products, for donation. Donations are collected via our fleet of refrigerated vehicles

Monday through Friday, and are brought back to the food bank, where they are inspected and distributed to our feeding partners. The Grocery Alliance product mix – which includes meat, produce, dairy, bakery and dry goods – offers a wide range of nutritious foods. In mid 2011, the program began yielding more than 1 million pounds of donated product per month.

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building solutions to hunger Today in Central Florida, hundreds of thousands of children, seniors and families are experiencing hardship due to record unemployment, home foreclosures and the tightening of credit. And, the number one problem caused by the current economic situation is hunger. Last year, nearly one in five of our neighbors – 732,000 people – could not afford to buy enough food. More than 500 non-profit feeding partners in Second Harvest’s service area continue to face historic demands for food. Even as the community’s economic situation begins to improve, an enormous gap remains between those who need food and the amount available. The hunger relief system must expand to meet this need. It’s estimated that to fully meet the demand, Second Harvest’s annual distribution would have to double. But the ability of SHFB to continue moving forward in its mission to alleviate hunger is now severely  limited by current facilities and infrastructure.

With the investment and help of our community, Second Harvest will be able to provide a greatly expanded and more efficient food delivery system to tens of thousands of people in need every week.

WHY BUILD NEW VS. RENOVATE? For nearly two years, a volunteer/ staff committee – along with CNL Commercial Real Estate Services – examined facilities and vacant land in a targeted geographic area. Even when retrofitted or remodeled, no existing properties were found that could adequately meet our needs. The lowering price of building materials, contractor fees and other costs due to the economy helped to make new construction a feasible option. Using a cost-per-square-foot comparison, we found that the costs of ground-up construction were not significantly different from purchasing and retrofitting an existing facility. After intensive number crunching and discussion, it was determined that building new would provide the Food Bank with exactly the features it needs, along with the energy efficiency required to operate as costeffectively as possible in the future.

a special thank you to our most valued partners and donors (7/1/10-6/30/11):

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WHY A CAPITAL CAMPAIGN?

A dedicated volunteer area to allow groups of 100+ to serve the community by sorting food and feeding children through our school and summer feeding food pack programs

PARTNERS

donors

Morgan & Morgan, P.A.

Allan and Conrad, Inc. Arnold D. & Winifred W. Palmer Foundation Phoebe M. Carpenter Paige Driza Rona Feldman Hands on Orlando Herbert B. and Shirley K. Hardin Ernest S. Hardy Robert Johnson Craig and Deirdre Macnab Rodger A. and Deborah D. Marty Terrell S. and Rachelle McCloud Stephen Miller Susan and Harold E. Monde, Jr. Edwin Nieves Harry J. and Barbara Oldford Prince of Peace Lutheran Church Bill Reighard Janice Reimer James C. and Elizabeth T. Robinson Rotary Club of Apopka, Florida, Inc. Clifton M. and Marion C. Smith Richard and Dale Lyn VanGelder Wells Fargo Bank NA Elizabeth F. Wood Robert R. and Page H. Wright

Darden Restaurants, Inc. Walt Disney World® Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida Board of Directors Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation BHM Architecture Dr. Phillips Charities CNL Baker Barrios Architects Brasfield & Gorrie General Contractors The Morgridge Family Foundation

A community meeting/events center, will provide space for community events, training and community relations

A community kitchen which will serve to train members of our community to become employed in the food-service industry and improve their basic lifestyle skills

A large salvage area to provide our volunteers with space to sort product to ensure product integrity

EACH YEAR, MORE THAN 4 MILLION POUNDS OF FOOD ARE BEING TURNED AWAY DUE TO LACK OF SPACE.

In-bound docks increase by

450%

with 9 dock doors, including 3 cool dock doors, to allow more donated product

Agency dock doors increase by

300%

allowing us to increase service to our agencies with six doors of weatherprotected docks

COOL DOCK

with 3 doors will provide us with the ability to maintain the correct temperature of product for safe food handling Dry storage capacity increase of

113%,

doubling our ability to handle dry product by utilizing 30-foot clear ceilings to maximize space usage

A large agency shopping area, which will provide temperaturecontrolled shopping for all refrigerated and frozen produce, ensuring product safety

Refrigerated capacity increase of

Freezer capacity increase of

allowing us to provide more nutritious food to the community

which would accommodate 19 truckloads of product

440%,

330%,

Increased capacity will provide an average of

1 million

more meals for children each year

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benefits connection In order to maximize claims, our team of outreach specialists helps candidates complete online benefit applications, submit Department of Children and Families documents and complete the interviews required by the Food Assistance Program.* By offering advice and support at a variety of convenient locations, we can successfully extend our reach and better facilitate the food assistance process.

Each individual has made a pledge commitment of at least $1,000 per year for five years. These special people are members of a society that will continue to move Second Harvest Food Bank’s mission toward sustainability and hope for our neighbors in need. We thank them for helping us to change lives for the better today . . . while sharing our vision for the future. Feeding Community $125,000+ Marilyn Sciortino Morgan and Morgan, P.A.

Feeding families $50,000 Anonymus Eric and Diane Holm Melissa Peacock & Pedro Rubio

Since its inception, the Benefits Connection program has secured more than $39 million in food stamp funds for Central Floridians. In addition to food stamp benefits, our specialists are also able to sign clients up for Medicaid and cash assistance, and provide referrals to a network of collaborating agencies.

Feeding neighbors $5,000 Anonymous Aegis Sports Management, Inc. Lars and Julie Anderson

Tim and Kari Baker Chris and Maureen Brockman Bruce K. Gould Foundation Brad and Julie Butterstein Curtis J. and Sharon Butterstein Phoebe M. Carpenter Central Florida Group Services, Inc. John A. and Constance S. Cox Ray S. Crickenberger Matthew J. Donnelly Elevation Properties LLC Nancy Epps Bryan G. and Marilyn Fulwider Bob and Carolyn Gosselin Ted and Jackie Hamilton Greg and Ann Marie Higgerson

Vince C. and Leigh Ann Horton JMHC Dave and Lois Krepcho Dorina Lora Paul W. and Glenda G. Morgan Brian and Tracie Morris Ed and Shawn Noseworthy Glenn Osborne Charles and Dale Parsons Doug and Susan Reimer-Sifford Joseph and Deborah Rusnock Jason Schrago James E. and Jeanette C. Schreiber Bill and Susan Sullivan Jim and Wendy Toscano Robert K. and Melinda B. Welter, Jr.

Applications Processed Goal: 7,680 Actual: 8,773

Average Monthly Food Stamp Benefit Goal: $203 Actual: $213

society

Benefits Connection helps to capture a portion of the millions of unclaimed federal dollars for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), formerly Food Stamps, in Central Florida. Designed to help people overcome the challenges associated with claiming these dollars, the program assists those who either lack access to a computer or do not possess the skills to navigate an online application. Due to a general lack of awareness regarding these benefits, many qualified candidates simply do not know where to go to obtain information and assistance.

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ONE COMMUNITY REACHING OUT TO ANOTHER

$ Value of Benefits Goal: $14,303,644 Actual: $18,886,980 (Annualized)

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*In June 2009, Second Harvest Food Bank received a Federal Demonstration Project grant – one of two in the United States – which allows our specialists to perform the final interview for applicants. This relieves the pressure DCF faces in returning calls and has resulted in a much higher approval rate for our cases.

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annual campaign donors $10,000+ (7/1/10-6/30/11) AARP Foundation / Drive to End Hunger A Friend’s Foundation Aaron’s, Inc. Abram and Ray Kaplan Foundation Allied Veterans of the World & Affiliate American Fundraising Auctions, Inc. Ann & Bill Wallace Foundation Central Florida Presbytery Darden Restaurants Foundation Disney Worldwide Services, Inc. Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation, Inc. EIF –­ Entertainment Industry Foundation Elizabeth Morse Genius Foundation Lars J. Eriksson Feeding America Fitness Partners Five Guys Burgers & Fries Florida Hospital Medical Center Sheldon J. and Cynthia F. Fox General Mills Glenda G. Morgan Charitable Foundation Global Giving Foundation Heart of Florida United Way, Inc. Julia Hoffmann Hogs against Hunger Eric and Diane Holm J and J Sales & Logistics Co, LLC

John T. and Betty Ann Lewis Foundation Kaplan Effie P. Kessler Morcom Foundation Paul W. and Glenda G. Morgan Morgan and Morgan, P.A. Orlando Sentinel Family Fund Orlando/Orange County Convention & Visitors Bureau Pampered Chef Melissa Peacock and Pedro Rubio Publix Super Markets Charities, Inc. Marilyn Sciortino Doug and Susan Reimer-Sifford Share Our Strength Jennifer W. Sheffield Ramona Ann Spears Target Corporation TD Charitable Foundation Anthony and Monica Terry Teva Neuroscience, Inc. The Bank of New York Mellon Corp Foundation The Boyd Foundation, Inc., A Not for Profit Corporation The Grainger Foundation The Martin Andersen-Gracia Andersen Foundation, Inc. The National Christian Foundation United Way of Brevard Wachovia Wells Fargo Foundation

William S. Wagner WalMart Foundation Walt Disney World Resort Winter Park Health Foundation

$5,000 – $9,999 (7/1/10-6/30/11) Aegis Sports Management, Inc. Lars and Julie Anderson Anonymous Anonymous Anonymous Arnold D. and Winifred W. Palmer Foundation Tim and Kari Baker Bank of America Foundation Central Florida Chris and Maureen Brockman Bruce K. Gould Foundation Roy L. and Deborah J. Burkett Brad and Julie Butterstein Curtis J. and Sharon Butterstein Phoebe M. Carpenter Central Florida Group Services, Inc. CHEP Charitable Foundation, Inc. Cheesecake Factory CNL Bank John A. and Constance S. Cox Charles T. and Irene Creecy Ray S. Crickenberger

Diego J. Veitia Foundation Matthew J. Donnelly Christopher N. Duhon Elevation Properties LLC Nancy Epps Fitness Partners FL State Employee’s Charitable Campaign FLIR Systems, Inc. Bryan G. and Marilyn Fulwider GFP Properties, LTD Paul A. Goddard Bob and Carolyn Gosselin Ted and Jackie Hamilton Laverne P. and Pamela D. Herzog Greg and Ann Marie Higgerson Vince C. and Leigh Ann Horton JMHC Junior League of Greater Orlando JustGive.org Dave and Lois Krepcho Barri and Thomas D. Looke, MD Dorina Lora Macy’s Shop for a Cause Martinez for Senate Miller Charitable Foundation, Inc. MOPARS of Brevard Paul W. and Glenda G. Morgan Morganelli and Associates, Inc. Brian and Tracie Morris Ed and Shawn Noseworthy Glenn Osborne

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Parrish Medical Center Charles and Dale Parsons Doug and Susan Reimer-Sifford Rising Sun Foundation Robert & Lois Braddock Charitable Foundation Roth Family Fund Joseph and Deborah Rusnock James M. Russell Jason Schrago James E. and Jeanette C. Schreiber Schwab Charitable Fund Bill and Susan Sullivan Cary P. Swindle Taylor Farms The Carmax Foundation The Kimball Foundation, Inc. Jim and Wendy Toscano VHA Warren and Augusta Hume Foundation Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC Wells Fargo Bank NA Robert K. and Melinda B. Welter, Jr. Winn-Dixie Stores Scott and Lauren Zimmerman

$2,500 – $4,999 (7/1/10-6/30/11) Aegis Sports Management, Inc. America’s Charities Bank of New York Mellon Community Partnership Best Buy Co., Inc. BPRH Architects-Engineers, Inc. Chamberlin’s Natural Foods, Inc. Charity Challenge, Inc. Nirmal and Ellen Chatterjee Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate Cares Walter Collins Combined Federal Campaign Community Foundation of Central Florida, Inc. Community Foundation of South Lake County Coosemans Tampa, Inc. Deanna Copley Dane and Judy Cornell Marguerite Gargan Courtade Bradford and Lisa Crandell Daytona Turkey Run, Inc.

Florida State Employees’ Charitable Campaign Richard and Barbara Fulton Mark and Tamara Gilbert Give With Liberty Donna R. Glanz Grimmway Enterprises, Inc. Peter R. and Carrin L. Hahn Ted and Jackie Hamilton James and Nancy Hannah Harris Foundation Philip A. and Lisa B. Hart Hatco Corporation Blake and Michelle Holton Holy Land Stone Company, LLC Hotel Interactive, Inc. J. Raymond Construction Corp. Richard E. and Patricia L. Jones Carol Klim Howard L. and Christine P. Lance William N. and Tamra P. Leary Charles and Helen T. Lentz Angelo A. Lopez Matthew B. and Sheri C. Lord Lowndes, Drosdick, Doster, Kantor & Reed Peggy Sue Luzadder Marcus D. Lyons George L. and Eloise MacKay Marriott International, Inc. Elton and Charlene Mitchell Morgan Stanley Smith Barney Gift Inc. David L. Neel Nordstrom, Inc. North South Foods Group, Inc. Ed and Shawn Noseworthy Parkway Presbyterian Church A.R.P.C. PepsiCo, Inc. Robert D. and Karen K. Price Edith C. Ringer Michela Riseling Robert E. Jones Foundation Rotary Tip-off Classic James E. and Jeanette C. Schreiber Marilyn M.Shapiro, Ed. D. Shaw Industries Group, Inc. Charlie and Nelwyn Sims Dorothy Davis Smith Angela Stromberg David and Diane Sutter The Alliance – First Unitarian Church of Orlando The Charles Hosmer Morse Foundation, Inc. The Hartford

TOSA Foundation Truist United Launch Alliance Universal Orlando Foundation Vista del Lago Bingo Players Volusia County Board of Commissioners Cheryl D. White Whole Foods Market Services Charles R. Wood, Jr. William and Nancy Yarger

$1,000 – $2,499 (7/1/10-6/30/11) A Squared Production Group, Inc. Lionel and Marylin Abbott ABC Companies, Inc. ABC Fine Wine & Spirits Mohan B. and Indira Abichandani Elizabeth and John E. Accola, Jr., MD Julie Albachiaro Bart M. and Sandra H. Alderman Allan and Conrad, Inc. Patricia G. Ambinder Vickie and Niles D. Andersen, Sr. Anonymous Laurea M. Armstrong Alton D. and Ellen H. Arnold Richard and Elizabeth Ashby Leslie and Brenda Baker Bank of America United Way Campaign Douglas and Harriet Barringer Cary Bass Elizabeth K. Bates Susan Baum Edward Wilson Beauchamp Tresa T. and Douglas L. Bechard, M.D. Janet and Richard E. Biehl, Ph.D. William E. Binkley MaryAnn Blind Michael K. Bollerman Emiliano and Barbara Bonaparte James M. and Brenda J. Bond Patricia B. Boyer Robert E. and Floella J. Bradley Branch Repair Deena Breed Norman H. Britt Chris and Maureen Brockman Kevin M. and Karen B. Brogan Bruce K. Gould Foundation Arnold and Mary Lou Brunell Elizabeth Grady Burch Burgess & Niple Charitable Gift Fund Curtis J. and Sharon Butterstein Brad and Julie Butterstein Robert and Linda Buttery

Anthony Byers C & S Engineers, Inc. Millicent W. Carducci Carpenter Law, P.A. Lawrence W. Carroll, Jr. Central Florida Auto Dealers Assoc., Inc. Central Florida Chapter of Credit Unions Central Florida Group Services, Inc. Christ Presbyterian Church Carter John and Christine Christensen Chugin (USA), Inc. Barry Clinger Andrew and Dorothy Cochrane Foundation Neil W. and Gemma Lee Cole Community Bank of Broward Gilbert E. and Karen J. Cook Joseph M. Cosentino Thomas M. Cotton Gene Cristan Jerome Cruitt James I. Cutler, Jr. Data Graphics, Inc. Michael Dathe Alan and Tywonn Davidson Linda M. Davis Robert E. and Collette Davis Daytona Partners Realty, LLC DC Consulting LLC Mark De Shetler Discalibur Disc Golf Club, Inc. Dennis Dolfi Matthew J. Donnelly Don Drake James P. Edmunds Elevation Properties LLC Joyce C. Ellis Thomas and Janet Elrod Seth Elsheimer William J. and Cyndee S. Emmer Entec Polymers, LLC Nancy Epps Robert and Mary Ferdinand Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Blaise J. and Elizabeth Figura Robert and Joan Fisher Ford & Harrison LLP Larry and Andrea Frank Fulfillment Partners, Inc. Deborah G. Gale Kenneth Gardner GE Foundation John M. and Cathleen Geist Gentner Innovations, Inc. Adam J. and Margaret Gerber Joseph C. and Susan S. Gilman Kristine and Kevin R. Gowen, Sr. continued Grace Covenant Presbyterian Church

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annual campaign donors Grainger Matching Charitable Gifts Program Shelton and Barbara Granade Gregory S. Martin & Associates, PA James W. and Diane Grisham Thomas Gurrentz Kevin B. and Denise Habicht John and Susan Halloran Nancy C. Hamlin Hancock Bank Joel A. and Patricia M. Handschuh John and Gail Harbeck Harriett Lake Family Trust Steven Harrison Harry P. Leu Foundation Alfred E. Hawkins William P. and Maude Hayman Virginia H. Heintzelman Susan Hensley Michael B. and Maureen R. Heretick Greg and Ann Marie Higgerson Hill Orthopedic Center LLC David Ashley and Susan R. Hill, MDs Jonathan and Karen Hillock Stephanie A. Hochuli John M. Hoepner Karen Holder Mark S. and Janet L. Holecek Douglas and Kathleen Holton Valete and Barbara Hopkins David B. Horne Peggy and William C. Horsfield, III Steve and Anne C. Houston J. Scott and Allison S. Hudson Joanne H. and Charles M. Hymes, Jr. IAP World Services IBM Employee Services Center InCharge Institute Anthony J. Ippolito Wendy and Frank Jamison, III John and Martha Jennings Martha and John C. Jennings, III Mary Lou Johnson Marsha and Melvin Johnson, III, MD Stacie L. Jones Carmen Jordan Ned N. Julian, Jr. Steven R. Kartholl Christopher J. Keller Jay A. and Karen W. Keller Thomas F. and Sheri Kerney Kimberly Christoefl, Inc. Klima Weeks Civil Engineering, Inc. Keith Kocarek Charles J. and Rebecca S. Kovaleski

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L. and A. West Concrete, Inc. John and Alicia LaBombard Ronald L. Landon Timothy D. Lee Patricia A. Lenhard Arthur G. Leonhardt, Jr. Heritage Trust Kenneth Lewis Joseph Loiars Angelo Lopez Raymond Lopez Craig and Deirdre Macnab Macy’s #810 at The Mall at Millenia Macy’s Corporate Services, Inc. Macy’s Foundation James and Maxine Maloy Daisy and Robert Mansbach, Jr. George W. Martens Deborah J. and Paul H. Martin Eric S. and Diane V. Mashburn Michaela and Christopher C. Mason, MD Owen S. and Lois Matthews Maverick Constructors, LLC Michael B. and Sheryle B. McAfee Terrell S. and Rachelle McCloud Nancy McEnaney Jeffrey A. and Jennifer McKinley Honor Margo Mello Alan J. and Ashley M. Michaels Microsoft Matching Gifts Program Mike L. and Cyndi L. Miller Robert Mullican Richard and Margaret Mullins MV Transportation Inc. Barbara L. Myers National Association Postal Supervisors Charles E. and Sharron H. Nelson Stuart W. Nichols Anthony and Linda Nolan Nona Investment Associates Brigid M. Noonan-Klima William D. and Eunice G. O’Brien William L. Oddie Debbie Odom Orlando Community of Christ Orlando Foot and Ankle Clinic Orlando Lodge No 69 F. & A. M. Brian Osborn Chet R. and Patricia R. Osborn Glenn Osborne Alan R. and Patricia B. Ostendorp Richard and Eileen Oswald Oviedo & Port St. John Eye Care Robert G. Owen, D.D.S. Park Insurance Planners, Inc.

Parking Company of America P.E.A.S. Foundation Margo and John E.Pfauser, Jr. James R. and Catherine R. Philips Gwyn Picerne Progress Engergy of Florida, Inc. Quality Brands, Inc. Joseph Radosevich Don and Margaret Raeder Patrick T. and Louise B. Rainey Victor C. and Joan E. Raynor E. Janet Reece Janice Reimer Reiss Engineering, Inc. Mark A. Riner, M.D. Riverside Presbyterian Church Lois M. Robertson Hoyle Robinson and Jim Layne Rotary Club of Apopka, Florida, Inc. Dr. Stephen and Claudia S. Roth Scott Runda Joseph and Deborah Rusnock S. I. Goldman Company, Inc. Yvette Saliba Randy and Katherine Schimmelpfennig Robert J. Schmidt Alan M. and Ines M. Schmook Seaside Piecemakers, Inc. Seavin, Inc. Joseph R. and Terrie A. Senecal Virginia M. Sexton William and Mary Ann Shaffer Terry M. Shaikh Richard A. and Dolores Shantz Terry D. and Paula Shaw George and Judith Shaw Mary Sue and Fred W. Shepherd, Jr. Ian Sherwood William and Margaret Shutze Donald E. Sibert Stephen and Tina Smith Mark J. and Sandra L. Smith Robin A. Smythe and Gerald Weisman John Butera & Stephanie Sobeck Society for Foodservice Management James B. and Sharon A. Solberg Spice World, Inc. Stand Tall Foundation Elizabeth A. Sterchi John and Jean Sterling Jerry Stewart Robert Stouppe, Jr. Shirley E. Sullivan Bill and Susan Sullivan

(continued) SunTrust Foundation T & C Limited LLC Elwood G. Taggart, Jr. Ralph Taylor Bruce and Donna Templin Michael Tetrick The Bond Foundation, Inc. The Broadlane Group The George B. Carter Foundation The Inga Ellzey CHIS Foundation The Musante Family Foundation The Wekiva Island, LLC Stephen C. Thomas Peri Tong Jim and Wendy Toscano Travelers Insurance Robert Turner United Way of Central & NE Connecticut U.S. Food Service Paul Utecht Charles Vanneste Anne Vercheski Tim and Barbara Vickers Barry and Susan Victory Victory Wholesale Grocers Wilma Wagner June L. Wallace William J. and Denise C. Ward, III Bill and Margaret L. Warrington Robert Webb David Webb Elaine Welborn Harold K. Weller Wells Fargo Community Support Campaign Robert K. and Melinda B. Welter, Jr. Thomas Wert Westpoint Fellowship Church Lance D. and Katherine T. Whitehead Leonard and Judith Wieckowski Bickley Chipman Wilson Christopher P. and Elizabeth Wilson Lon and Patricia Wojtowicz Shirley Wolf Doug Wright Edwin and Kim Wronski Gary and Mary Ann Yocum Robin Young Mary E. Young

partners second harvest is thankful to our partner agencies for their work on the front lines of hunger. We are honored to support their efforts. orange county Access Connection, Inc. Agape Ministries International Agape Temple of Faith, Inc. Apopka Franco Haitian Church Apopka Spanish SDA Church Apostolic Assembly of Faith Apostolic Church of Faith ASDP Association for the Safety of Disabled Persons Attain / Barnegat House Attain / Carmel House Attain / Conway Gardens Attain / Harding House Attain / Summerlin House Attain / Ventura House Attain / Wayfarer Court B.A.S.E. Camp Children’s Cancer Foundation Beracah SDA Church Berach II SDA Haitian Church Bethany Haitian Assembly of God Bethel French SDA Bob Nutting Ministries, Inc. Boys and Girls Club / Engelwood NCF Brother’s Keeper / St. Charles Church Calvary Outreach Center Calvary Towers Caring for Others Catholic Charities of Central Florida, Inc. Center for Drug-Free Living / Clarcona Point Center for Drug-Free Living / Just Center Center for Drug-Free Living / Women’s Center Center for Multicultural Wellness and Prevention Center of Faith Church, Inc. Central Care Mission

Central Florida Center for Independent Living Central Florida Group Homes / Carolina Woods Central Florida Group Homes / Daventry Central Florida Group Homes / Dean Road Central Florida Group Homes / Glyn Street Central Florida Group Homes / Gronau Central Florida Group Home / Miami Central Florida Group Homes / Pamlico Central New Testament Church of God Champions Outreach Ministry Children’s AG & Science Adventures Christ Alive Christian Care Counseling Center Christian Service Center Christian Service Center / Daily Bread Christian Service Center / West Orange The Church at Oak Level Church of the Good Shepherd Food Bank City of Orlando Afterschool All Stars City of Orlando / Mayor William Beardall Senior Center Coalition for the Homeless of Central Florida Community Baptist Church Community Services of Genesis SDA Church Concord Street Church of Christ Covenant Builders Ministries, Inc. Covenant House of Florida Orlando Deeper Life Assembly Delaney Street Baptist Church Devereux Residential Edgewood Children’s Ranch El Bethel Temple of Jesus at Orlando

Every Kid Outreach, Inc. / Life Center Church Faith Tabernacle Worship Center Faith United Church / A New Alternative Family and Friends United, Inc. First Baptist Church / Pine Castle First Baptist Church of Union Park First Community Christian Pentecostal Church of God First Methodist Church Star of David, Inc. First Pentecostal Church of Orlando First United Church of Christ Focal Point Church Foundation for Life Ministries Fountain of Love International Ministry Fountains of Living Water Ministries, Inc. Freedom Fellowship, Inc.

Fresh Start Ministries of Central Florida Friends of Children and Families / Union Park Friends of Children and Families / Winter Garden Full Deliverance God’s Little Lambs Learning Center Gonave Vision Group, Inc. Grace Street Church of God

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Grand Avenue Economic Community Development Corporation Guilgal SDA Church Haiti Health and Rehabilitation Haven of Hope Ministries Hi-Five / Hungerford Elementary Holy Trinity Church of God Holy Trinity Group Home / Greywall House Hope and Help Hope Community Center Farmworker Ministry House of Hope House of Refuge Orange City Hubbard House / Orlando Health Iglesia Apostolica El Maestro Iglesia Bautista “El Camino” Iglesia Canaan Iglesia De Dios Pentecostal MI / North Goldenrod Iglesia De Dios Una Iglesia Para Todo Los Naciones Igreja Assembleia De Deus Em Orlando International Church of Faith International Harvest Islamic Society of Central Florida / North Goldenrod Jesus Loves You Outreach Ministries, Inc. Jewish Family Services of Greater Orlando Jewish Family Services / South Campus Joy Metropolitan Community Church Kids Cafe at Callahan Community Center Kids Cafe Disney at Pine Hills Boys and Girls Club Kids Cafe at Lake Mann Kids Cafe at Pine Hills Community Church Kids Cafe at Reeves Terrace Kids Cafe at Universal B&G Club Kids Cafe Winter Garden Lakeside Behavioral Healthcare Inc. Life Center Church Light House Baptist Church Living Water Church Living Word Church Loaves and Fishes Loving Tender Care Adult Home, Inc. Magnolia Towers, Inc. Ministerio Centro Cristiano Nefesh, Inc. Ministerio Un Toque De Dios Mt. Olive S.D.A. Church Mt. Sinai Missionary Baptist Church Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church

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NCCJC / Community House The New Chief Cornerstone Ministries New Covenant Church of Central Florida North Orlando SDA Church O.A.C. Ministries, Inc. One Accord Christian Ministries Open Door Missionary Baptist Church Operation Love Outreach Operation Provision International Opportunity House, Inc. The Orlando Bridge / Christian Prison Ministry Orlando Day Nursery Orlando Spanish SDA Church Orlando Union Rescue Mission / Men Orlando Union Rescue Mission / Women Pact of Faith The Pantry at St. Francis Pathways Drop in Center Patmos Chapel Community Service Center Peter Pan Day Care Center Pine Hills Community Church Place of Comfort / Centaur Power of God Premiere Eglise Baptiste Ebenezer D’ Orlando Primitive Church of Orlando Primrose Center / Civitan Hall Prince of Peace Lutheran Church Quest / Springs Home Quest Inc. / Camp Thunderbird Quest Inc. / Clarcona Group Home Quest Inc. / First Street Quest Inc. / Laurel Hill Quest Inc. / North Quest Inc. / Piedmont House Quest Inc. / Wekiva Home Redeeming Light Center Church Rejouis Refuge, Inc. Restore Orlando, Inc. Riverside Baptist Church Rock Orlando Transformation Center S.T.E.P.S., Inc. / Specialized Treatment Safe Haven Salvation Army / ARC Salvation Army / The Men’s Shelter The Salvation Army / Food Pantry Orlando Sanctuary at Conway Church of God The Sanford Bridge Senior and Life Solutions Servant’s Heart International Ministry

SFP/ Englewood Neighborhood Center Share the Care / Conway Share the Care / College Park Share the Care / Windermere Share the Care / Winter Garden Sheeler Oaks SDA Church Sister to Sister Women’s Ministry South Orlando S.D.A. Church Spirit of Life Recovery Centers, Inc. St. Andrew Catholic Church SVDP St. Paul AME Church St. Stephen Presbyterian Church St. Vincent de Paul / Holy Family St. Vincent de Paul / St. John Vianney Sword of the Spirit Tabernacle of the Enlighten / Broome Tangelo Baptist Church Threshold Inc. / Morrison House Tranquil Terrace Food Co-op True Vision in Christ Church of the Living God, Inc. United Church of God by Faith University Congregational Church University Seventh Day Adventist Church Victory through Grace Ministries, Inc. Volunteers of America Elderly Housing Ward Chapel A.M.E. Church Wayne Densch Center, Inc. Winter Park Church Winter Park Day Nursery Woodbury Presbyterian Church The Word of Truth Christian Ministries WRCC / Coalition for the Homeless

SEMINOLE county The Advisory Board for the Disabled Altamonte Springs Seventh-Day Adventist Church Apostolic Church Of Jesus / Altamonte Springs Boys Town / 1401 Flanagan Loop Boys Town / 1405 Flanagan Loop Boys Town / 1415 Flanagan Loop Boys Town Shelter Central Florida Group Homes / Sterling Oaks Christian Help Church of God Prophecy / Whole World Gospel Center Community Church of God of Geneva Dee’s Food Service Devereux Transitional Living Center The Family of Friends, Inc. Fern Park Developmental Center

Friends of Children and Families HF Sonshine Food Pantry Iglesia Presbiteriana El Redentor Kids Cafe at Midway La Amistad Foundation / Lakewood Center Latin American Project Meals on Wheels, Etc. Milestone Social Services, Inc. Mission Road C.O.G.I.C. Pathways to Care Place of Comfort / Seminole County Quest Inc. / Citrus House Reach / Love in Action Recovery House of Central Florida Inc. Rescue Outreach Mission Safehouse of Seminole Sanford Sharing Center SDA Spanish / Winter Park Share the Care / Oviedo The Sharing Center St. Mary and Archangel Michael Coptic Orthodox Church Teen Challenge of Florida Tuskawilla United Methodist Church Victory Deliverance Center Word of Faith Ministries

osceola county Assembly of God Ebenezer Church Calvary Assembly of God Christian Oriented Evangelistic Healthcare Ministry, Inc. Dignity Ministry, Inc. First Christian Hispanic Church Help Now of Osceola House of Freedom Iglesia Cristiana Renuevo Iglesia Hispana St. Cloud Shuler Memorial Men of Destiny Ministries, Inc. Mental Health Resource Center Mt. Zion Seventh-Day Adventist Church Osceola County Council on Aging Park Place Behavioral Health Place of Comfort / Osceola Poinciana Alabaster Church of the Nazarene Primera Iglesia Cristiana Em Kissimmee Project Make a Difference Providence Rock, Inc. / The Rock Church Salvation Army St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church Sunrise Drop-in Center Transition House, Inc. Transition House, Inc. / St. Cloud

lake county Angels of Mercy Better Life Worship Center Boggy Creek Gang Camp Camp Challenge / Easter Seals Camp Horizon Catholic Community of St. Paul Central Florida Group Home / Rob Roy Central Florida Group Homes, LLC / Blackstill Christian Care Center / Benevolence Christian Care Center / Children Christian Care Center / Men The Church at South Lake Community Crusaders, Inc. Dayspring Ministries Encounter Church Faith Neighborhood Center Family Christian Center First Baptist Church of UmatiIla Fountain of Hope Haines Creek Baptist Church Hearts & Hands Ministries House of God / Mt. Dora Lady Lake Church Of God Food Ministry Lake Cares, Inc. Food Pantry Leesburg First Assembly of God Church Logos Christian Fellowship Luz y Vida Christian Church / Semillas de Amor Monteverde United Methodist Church New Beginnings of Lake County, Inc. New Water Church Place of Comfort / Lake County The Salvation Army Leesburg Saving Faith Baptist Church St. Vincent de Paul Society / St. Timothy Conference St. Vincent de Paul / St. Mary of the Lakes

volusia county All Saints Episcopal Church Apostolic Pentecostal Church of God Art Haus Foundation, Inc. Avenues 12 Back to Basics Bible Baptist Church Boys & Girls Club / Bunnell Elementary Boys & Girls Club / Edgewater Boys & Girls Club / Harris Saxon Boys & Girls Club / Holly Hill Boys & Girls Club / Lake Helen Boys & Girls Club / New Smyrna Boys & Girls Club / Palmetto Park

Boys & Girls Club / Springhill Casa San Pablo Catholic Charities of Daytona Chapel of Faith Chiles Academy Children’s Home Society Church of God Prophecy of De Leon Springs Community United Methodist Church CWC Ministries Daytona Deliverance Church of God Deltona Presbyterian Church Deltona Spanish SDA Church Dove Villas / UCP Edgewater Methodist Church Emmanuel Seventh-Day Adventist Church Epiphany Outreach Ministries First Assembly Deland First Baptist Church First Christian Church First United Methodist Church Florida United Methodist Children’s Home Full Gospel Christian Center, Inc. Gifts of Love Grace Community Food Pantry Greater Friendship Baptist Church H.U.M. Bridge of Hope Halifax Urban Ministries / Daytona Halifax Urban Ministries / New Smyrna Beach Halifax Urban Ministries / Ormond Halifax Urban Ministries / Port Orange Haven Recovery Center / Amelia Street Haven Recovery Center / Big John Haven Recovery Center / High Street Haven Recovery Center / San Juan Haven Recovery Center / Stone Street Haven Recovery / My Place Homeless Assistance Corp Hope House / Abundant Life Ministries Iglesia Cristiana Nuevo Comienzo de Deltona International Miracle Center Jan Murray Ministries, Inc. Jerry Doliner Jewish Federation Lighthouse Christian Church Living Faith Church of God Love Center Mary McLeod Bethune Community Center Mental Health Association / Volusia County Mt. Calvary Assembly Neighborhood Center New Life Church Open Bible Baptist Church Open Hands Ministry

Palm Coast Portuguese Seventh-Day Adventist Prince of Peace Social Services RHD of Volusia Rose Marie Bryon Children’s Center Salvation Army Salvation Army / Daytona Beach Salvation Army / West Volusia Seventh Day Baptist Church Society of St. Vincent de Paul of St. Gerard Mission Church South Daytona Christian Church St. Barnabas St. Vincent / Our Lady of Hope St. Peter’s Food Pantry Tabernacle of Praise The Henry & Rilla White Foundation Tomoka Christian Church Trinity United Methodist Church UCP / United Cerebral Palsy Vision Ministries Outreach, Inc. WORC Haven, Inc.

Brevard county Alco-Hall, Inc. @ How House Alco-Hall-Inc. AMI Kids Space Coast, Inc. Ascension Catholic Church Social Bethany Baptist / Brevard Christian School Bethel Baptist Church C.I.T.A. Mission Catholic Charities of Central Florida Centerpointe Food Pantry Central Brevard Sharing Center Central Church of Christ Cocoa Christ Lutheran Church Church of Christ Oceanside Country Acres Auxiliary, Inc. Daily Bread Devereux Aquarius Devereux Therapeutic Group Home Discipulos De Cristo East Coast Christian Center Emmanuel United Methodist Church First Baptist Church of Malabar First Baptist Church of Merritt Island First Baptist Church of Titusville First Pentecostal Church First United Methodist of Port St. John First United Methodist of Cocoa Friendship Primitive Baptist Church Genesis House, Inc. Gillespie Services Gillespie Services, Reeves Home

Glory of God Anglican Church Grace Fellowship of Brevard, Inc. Grace United Methodist Church Heritage Baptist Church Holy Name of Jesus / St. Vincent de Paul Society Hope Community Fellowship House of Deliverance Apostolic Outreach Impact Center Loaves & Fishes Community Kitchen Lockmar Baptist Church The Master’s Workshop Melbourne Church of Christ Food Pantry Melbourne SDA Church Melbourne Spanish Seventh-Day Adventist Mims United Methodist Church N.M.I. United Methodist Church North Brevard Charities and Sharing Center Northwind Ministries, Inc. Our Lady of Grace, SVDP Our Savior Catholic Church / St. Vincent de Paul Outward Bound Discovery Overcomes Liberty Lodge Palm Bay Christian Church Palm Bay United Methodist Church Pentecostal Church of the Living God Pentecostal Lighthouse, Inc. Prevent / Baxley Manor Prevent / Garden Apartments Project Response, Inc. River of Life Assembly of God Salvation Army Domestic Violence The Salvation Army / N.C. Pantry The Salvation Army / North Central The Salvation Army Pantry South Brevard Sharing Center Melbourne South Brevard Sharing Center Palm Bay St. Joseph’s St. Vincent de Paul St. Mary’s Helping Hands St. Teresa Church St. Vincent de Paul Divine Mercy Storehouse Food Pantry Sue M. Pridmore Center / Salvation Army Tabernacle SCFA Trinity Towers South, Inc. United Church of God of Deliverance Walk-About-Ministry, Inc. West Side Baptist Church

nearly one in five of our neighbors could not afford to buy enough food.

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food drives raising 500+ pounds (7/1/10-6/30/11) 1st Unitarian Church Of Orlando AARP Drive to End Hunger / Winn-Dixie Advanced Curascript Adventist Health System Alliance Supports Corp. Andrew Smith Atonement Lutheran Church Baptist Terrace Bed Bath & Beyond Boy Scouts of America Boy Scouts / Halifax District Bright House Network Buckethead Saves Christmas CFE Financial CNL Financial Group Canstruction Carmax Ce Ce’s Closet Central Florida Institute Central Florida Preparatory School Central Florida Tracon Century Link Chase / Business Offices Cheesecake Factory CHEP Chick-Fil-A Chris Duhon’s Stand Tall Foundation CNA Ins College Park Presbyterian Church Concord Management Congo River Golf Discovery Middle School Disney’s Animal Kingdom EA Sports East Orange Kiwanis Club Embassy Suites Orlando Downtown Embry Riddle University Energy Air Equity Residential F.I.T. Student Life Office Fair Tax Patriots Fast Park & Relax FFA First Academy First Baptist Orlando First National Bank First Presbyterian Church of Orlando Florida Bankers Association Florida Council on Crime & Delinquency

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Florida Farmers Association Florida Hospital Florida Hospital Apopka Florida Hospital Pediatrics Floor Florida Hotel & Conference Center Florida Turnpike Enterprises Forest City Elementary School Freedom High School Full Circle Yoga Goodwill Industries Goya Foods Halifax Medical Center Hard Rock Cafe The Hartford Hartland Financial Hewitt Associates Highland University Hillcrest Hampton House Hilton Orlando Hilton Orlando Bonnet Creek / Waldorf Hobbit Meal Hubbard Construction Huddle To Fight Hunger / Lake Mary High School) Hunters Creek Association In Charge Jackson Therapy Partners John Edmundson Kaplan University Keller Williams Heritage Realty Kiwanis Kiwanis / East Orange Krewe de Couer L.D. Citrus, Inc. Lockhart Middle School Lake Brantley High School Lake Mary Montessori Academy Lake Orienta Elementary School Lane Insurance Letter Carriers Food Drive / Orlando Letter Carriers Food Drive / Brevard Lexis Nexis Liberty Middle School Liberty Mutual Lockheed Martin Macy’s Marques Robinson Melbourne Light Parade Miss America Pageant Morgan & Morgan, P.A. Morgan Stanley Smith Barney Mrs. Heart of America Northrup Grumman

Olympia High School Oral & Facial Surgery Center Orange City Controller’s Office Orange County Controller’s Office Orange County Convention Center Orlando Anime Event Orlando Church of Christ Orlando Fire Department Orlando Science Middle School Palm Beach Atlantic University Park Lake Presbyterian Church Park Maitland School Parke House Academy Park Lake Presbyterian Church Pine Castle Lodge #368 F. & A.M. Pirates Dinner Adventure Primrose School at Vista Lakes Primrose Tattoo Parlor Progress Energy Publix Food for Sharing Food Drive RDV Sportsplex Regal Palms Resort & Spa Management Remington College Ringling Bros. Risk Transfer Ritz Carlton Robb & Stucky Rollins College Rosen Shingle Creek Resort Sabal Palm at Metro West 2 Safe Haven at Maxwell Garden Sea World Separation Technology Shingle Creek Elementary School SI Goldman Company Siemens Corp. Skanska Construction Co. / Nemours Social Security Administration Sodexho Marriott Spectra Flooring Spring Lakes Elementary Sprint StarChild Academy Starwood Vacation SunGard Sunset Park Elementary SunTrust Bank Thomas J. Barnes, M.D. Toyota of Orlando Travelers Tri-City Electric Trinity Prep School

10,000+ pounds (7/1/10-6/30/11)

one person can touch thousands of lives. UCF C / O Suddath Moving UCF Rosen School of Hospitality United Space Alliance University of Phoenix Valencia Community College Veterans Health Administration Volusia County Fair Volusia County Health Department Walgreen’s Mail Service Walmart Walt Disney World Weight Watchers Wesh 2 Share Your Christmas Food Drive West Creek Elementary Windermere Prep School Winter Park High School Winter Springs SDA Church Xerox Corporation Zenith Insurance Co.

7-Eleven Abbott Nutrition Barnie’s Coffee & Tea Co. Bimbo Bakeries USA Borden Dairy Burris Logistics Cabbage Inc. CANstruction Canteen Vending Capital Grill Centerplate Chef Creations Inc. CHEP Coca Cola Composite Analysis Group, Inc. Conagra Contemporary Convention Center Coronado Hotel Country Fresh, Inc. Culinary Concepts CVS Pharmacy Diel Jerue Disney Harvest DS Waters

Epcot Epcot Events Kitchen Flowers Bakery Flying Food Group Food Lion Super Markets Fresh Point Frito Lay General Mills Gordon Food Service Grand Floridian Kitchen Harvill’s Produce Hawaiian Tropic Hilton Orlando Bonnet Creek Hinkle Produce InterBev 2010 J & J AG Products Inc. J & J Produce J.W. Marriott The Kellogg Company Kentucky Fried Chicken Kids in Distress Situations, Inc. Kraft Lake County Sheriff Work Farm LDS Church Long & Scott Farms Long Horn Steakhouse Restaurants Mack Farms, Inc.

MBM Food Services Distribution McLane / Suneast Merchant Grain LLC MGM Backlot MGM Muppets MGM Prime Time MGM Sunset Ranch Market Morton Salt Mountain King Potatoes Nabisco Foods Nutri System Ocean Spray Old Dominion Freight Olive Garden Restaurants Orange County Public Schools P & K Services PepsiCo Beverages Performance Food Group Pilgrim’s Pride Pizza Hut Restaurants Procter & Gamble Produce Marketing Association Publix D.C. Publix Super Markets Quaker Oats Company Quantum Distributors Red Gold Red Lobster Restaurants

Rotary First Harvest Royal Pacific Resort Sam’s Clubs Sam’s Club Food Show Schoenmann Produce Society of St. Andrew Sweetbay Supermarkets Sygma Distribution Sysco Food Service Central Florida Szawlowski Potato Farms Target Stores Taylor Farms Tropicana U.S. Foodservice Walgreens D.C. Walmart Neighborhood Market Stores Walmart Stores Walmart Food Show Walt Disney World DC 3 West Coast Tomato Westlake Miller, LLC Wilk Farms Wilson Family Farm Ltd. Winn-Dixie D.C. Winn-Dixie Stores Yum Bulk Harvest

volunteers/GROUPS with 100+ hours Aarons Adventist Health Systems Air Force Junior ROTC at Colonial High School Alliance Supports Corp. American Red Cross of Central Florida Teen Corps Bank of America Barry University Bath & Body Works Be Orlando Best Buy Boy Scout Troop #24 Danielle Carter Central Florida Presbytery Darden Restaurants Dean, Ringers, Morgan & Lawton, P.A. First Unitarian Church Florida Bankers Association Florida Hospital Hands on Orlando Hard Rock Hotel Indiana Wesleyan University Johnson & Johnson Junior League of Greater Orlando KPMG LLP Mikel Magner Lockheed Martin Corporation Marriott Vacation Club National Alliance on Mental Illness Ky-linn Newmeyer Osceola School District’s OASIS School Volunteer Program Professional Opportunities Program for Students, Inc. Rollins Crummer Graduate School Sathya Sai Baba Center of Orlando Siemens Corp. St. Paul’s Missionary Baptist Church Summit Church SunTrust Bank, Inc. Target University of Central Florida Alumni Association United Youth Congress Universal Orlando Walt Disney World YMCA of Central Florida

volunteers & GROUPS

food industry partners

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financials assets

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Cash, Cash Equivalents and Investments Restricted Cash Accounts Receivable Inventory Prepaid Expenses and Deposits Pledges Received â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Program Cash Reserves for Capital Replacement Assets Held by Community Foundation Property & Equipment Investments

$ 1,489,691 $ 302,150 $ 211,683 $ 2,928,403 $ 67,615 $ 789,323 $ 192,311 $ 199,205 $ 3,708,563 $ 1,115,132

Total Assets

$ 11,004,076

liabilities / net assets Accounts Payable and Accrued Expenses Total Liabilities Unrestricted Net Assets Temporarily Restricted Net Assets

$ 370,932 $ 370,932 $ 9,942,268 $ 690,876

Total Net Assets Total Liabilities and Net Assets

$ 10,633,144 $ 11,004,076

To obtain a copy of our independently audited financial statement, please contact Carol C. Van Horn at 407.295.1066, ext. 40.

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Fighting hunger. feeding hope.

2010/2011 Annual Report  

Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida 2010/2011 Annual Report

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