United Way of
Greene County, Inc.
Since 1958, United Way of Greene County has been encouraging our community to embody the spirit of cooperation with NEIGHBOR HELPING NEIGHBOR TO STRENGTHEN OUR COMMUNITY. United Way of Greene County is the catalyst that brings people together to build a community that values above all else the COLLECTIVE RESPONSIBILITY TO CARE FOR ONE ANOTHER.
United Way of Greene County, Inc. 115 Academy Street, Greeneville, TN 37743
United Way of Greene County ﬁ ﬁghts ghts for the health, education, and stability of every person in Greene County. YOUR CONTRIBUTION WILL HELP US CONTINUE THIS FIGHT!
United Way of Greene County — Saturday, September 12, 2020
United Way of Greene County COVID-19 Response April - August, 2020 Jon Lowery loads donations at Publix United Way of Greene County is ALL IN With COVID-19 Response United Way never stopped working and immediately began forming partnerships and gathering funds to support our community. During the last few weeks of March, United Way of Greene County met with agency staff, community leaders, and experts to determine the best way to help those affected by the pandemic. The three priorities identified were: • food for families with children out of school, • utility bill assistance, and • housing and eviction prevention. United Way Regional COVID-19 Relief Fund United Way of Greene County joined with 7 other East Tennessee United Ways and 1 United Way in Southwest Virginia to form the Regional COVID-19 Relief Fund and begin raising money to help residents of Greene County. Those funds were put to work in Greene County in April, May, and June. • United Way of Greene County purchased and distributed $5,250 in Food City gift certificates through the Greene County Schools Family Resource Center (150) and the Greeneville City Schools Family Resource Center (60). The certificates helped families with more than 400 children. • United Way of Greene County purchased an additional $4,375 in Food City gift certificates. Food gift certificates were distributed through the Foster Grandparent Program, the Boys & Girls Club, the Boy Scouts, the Children’s Center, the Hope Center, Tabernacle Mission Soup Kitchen, Mosheim Outreach, and Contact 211, helping many different types of families. • United Ways in Northeast Tennessee allocated $61,000 of their Regional Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia COVID-19 Relief Fund to the Upper East Tennessee
Human Development Authority's (UETHDA) Community Services program to prevent pandemic-affected families from sliding into homelessness. Of these funds, more than $10,000 will be used in Greene County. United Way of Greene County Partners with Greeneville Light & Power System United Way of Greene County and GLPS partnered on the Greene County COVID-19 Relief Fund for residential energy customers in Greene County. United Way of Greene County raised $15,000, which was matched by $15,000 from TVA. The fund specifically targets those residents whose income has been affected by the pandemic and supplements the other energy assistance programs in our area. Through August, the fund has helped 40 families, preventing disconnection of power. Working Together to Help Our Community In addition to providing the funding, United Way of Greene County has worked with our friends and partners to make life better for Greene County residents during the pandemic. EFSP – The federal Emergency Food and Shelter Program announced additional funding for Greene County for Phase CARES and Phase 39 for emergency food and housing assistance. United Way of Greene County provides administrative support and leadership to the Local Board, which allocated over $70,000 to the following local recipients: • Greeneville/Greene County Community Ministries – housing assistance • Northern Greene County Churches United in Love Ministry – food and housing • Change is Possible Domestic Violence Program – food and housing • Voices of Care – food assistance • Tabernacle Mission Soup Kitchen – food
assistance • Debusk VFD Rehabilitation Unit – food assistance Greene LEAF – United Way has partnered with our county schools’ educational foundation on several grant applications to fund virtual classroom devices and internet access. Publix – The Greeneville Publix asked its customers to purchase single rolls of toilet paper, hand sanitizer, and disposable masks for those less fortunate. To date, Publix customers have donated over 700 rolls of toilet paper. United Way of Greene County handles the distribution of the donations and has provided these supplies to the following organizations with more to come: • Voices of Care • Northern Greene County Churches United in Love Ministry • Mosheim Outreach • Boys & Girls Club • Holston United Methodist Home for Children Eastman – Eastman has donated 5,000 reusable masks to United Ways in northeast Tennessee, 500 to Greene County. United Way of Greene County is distributing those masks to its partner organizations. United Way of Tennessee – Many of our neighbors across the region who are working 40+ hours a week find themselves making too much to qualify for government assistance, but not enough to provide for their family’s basic needs. We call these households ALICE, which stands for Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed. Commissioned by the United Ways of Tennessee, the latest compilation of ALICE data highlights the challenges these households face and the impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had on those who need our help
the most. The latest report is available on Labor Day, September 7. THANK YOU to the Companies and Individuals Who Have Supported This Work TVA 3M Foundation Eastman Credit Union Food City United Way Worldwide Freddy Wooten Anonymous Anne Burgbacher Greeneville Women’s Club Bill and Patsy Carroll Atmos Energy Corley’s Pharmacy Lindy Riley Rotary Club of Greeneville Wolfgang and Victoria Spendel First Baptist Church Drs. Dan and Pat Donaldson Michael Maggert Jane and Berkeley Bell Scott Bullington Garrett Hensley Max Amoss and Lola Kambri Bill and Pauline Adams Chuck Bowlin Lana Hensley Scott Jenkins Jo Knabel Tony and Carole LaMarca Marcia Parsons Sam and Linda Smith And dozens of other individual contributors
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Efficiency. That’s how we
serving local people
The United Way of Greene County has a low overhead of 6%, far lower than the 35% recognized by the Better Business Bureau’s Wise Giving Alliance, a national, non-profit “watchdog” group, or the 25% recognized by the United States Office of Personnel Management, or the 20% recognized as a 4-star rating by Charity Navigator.
BBB’s Wise Giving Allowance Recommendation USA Office of Personnel Management Recommendation Charity Navigator’s Highest 4-Star Rating Recommendation
United Way of Greene County
The donations made to United Way of Greene County stay in Greene County. Only 1% of every dollar raised goes outside of the county each year to pay state and national dues.
IN 2019, WE MADE GREENE COUNTY A BETTER PLACE FOR THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE: • 10,280 households (29,938 individuals) received food, housing, and utility assistance. • 225 cancer patients received gas vouchers to get to treatments and nutritional supplement to support their recovery. • 64 Senior “volunteers” provided love and support to 434 special needs children. The low-income seniors received a minimal stipend to supplement their retirement. • 19 elderly and disabled adults received in-home assistance to help them remain independent and in their homes, saving their families, Greene County, and the state of Tennessee the additional expense of assisted living. • 12 weekly warm-water swim classes were offered to arthritis sufferers. • 3,510 monthly scholarships were awarded for member fees and youth programs at the local YMCA. • 19 youth and adults were diagnosed, treated, and educated for speech, language, hearing, and swallowing disorders.
• 371 individuals with employment barriers trained for or entered employment through occupational rehabilitation and employment assistance services and were effectively moved from public assistance to tax-paying citizens. • 483 Greene County boys and 170 adult leaders enjoyed Boy Scout leadership and development activities. When children in our community learn and demonstrate values of Scouting, they move from those NEEDING United Way program support to those PROVIDING that support. • 3,620 residents received mental health counseling, treatment, drug and alcohol abuse therapy, and crisis services, including 213 individuals who received 1,259 services worth $108,546.63 in charity care thanks to United Way support. • 205 homeless individuals had a warm place to stay and a hot meal. • 210 children from low-income families or single-parent homes received high-quality, three-star-rated daycare services at scholarship rates.
• 248 reported Greene County victims of child abuse and their non-offending caregivers were counseled and helped through the investigation and healing process. • 44 families (110 individuals) who were victims of home fires received emergency assistance and services, while more than 1,400 people received disaster information, instruction, and certifications from the American Red Cross. • 2,200 local at-risk school children received family outreach and support to aid in school readiness and success. • Volunteer emergency personnel with appropriate training and equipment responded to 36 medical calls, 365 motor vehicle accidents, 29 water rescues, 4 searches, 12 animal rescues, 1 structural rescue, and 4 farm accidents to assist local residents. The volunteer responders logged more than 7,500 hours. • 12 local volunteers provided court advocacy and support for 129 children in the justice system to help them get to safe, permanent homes.
• 230 victims of domestic violence received shelter, court advocacy, and rehousing services. • 153 seniors provided over 29,600 hours of volunteer service to 18 local non-profit organizations and government agencies. • 762 Greene County residents received information and referral for health and human service needs. • 242 local girls and 121 adult volunteer leaders enjoyed the youth development and leadership activities of the Girl Scouts. • 2,004 children participated in after-school activities and other programs of the Boys & Girls Club. • 472 calls related to poison ingestion were fielded from Greene County and callers received emergency instruction. • 49 teens spent over 1,557 hours in training classes on farm and food education, including preparing and operating food-based businesses and building skills for the food industry. • 300 individuals received weekly hot meals.
United Way funding generated an additional $791,041.00 in matching state and federal grants for health and human service needs in Greene County.
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United Way of Greene County — Saturday, September 12, 2020
Supporting EDUCATION Sequoyah Council of the Boy Scouts of America
Improving HEALTH Child Advocacy Center
Providing BASIC NEEDS
American Red Cross
Instills values in boys that will prepare them to make ethical choices throughout life. Comforts and protects victims of child abuse in the 3rd Judicial District. 423-422-4446 Total 2020 Allocation: $8,500 423-952-6961 Total 2020 Allocation: $17,000 Greene County Cancer Program Assists with transportation and supplemental nutrition costs for residents receiving Boys and Girls Club of Greeneville and Greene County Provides after school and summer programs that inspire and empower youth. 423-787-9322 treatment for cancer. 423-639-9361 Total 2020 Allocation: $25,000 Total 2020 Allocation: $37,000
Aids disaster and fire victims, assists with armed forces emergency services and disaster/ first aid education. 423-638-6441 Total 2020 Allocation: $20,000
CASA of Northeast TN
Assigns volunteers to be child advocates in juvenile court cases. 423-638-5028 Total 2020 Allocation: $11,000
The Children’s Center-Scholarship Program Provide childcare scholarships for needy families. 423-638-5589 Total 2020 Allocation: $45,000
Family Resource Center - Greene County Schools
Frontier Health - Nolichuckey/Holston Mental Health Center Provides crisis, mental health, alcohol and drug abuse services. 423-639-1104 Total 2020 Allocation: $25,000
Mountain Region Speech and Hearing Offers treatment for speech, language, hearing and related disorders. 423-246-4600 Total 2020 Allocation: $3,000
Tennessee Poison Center
Operates a poison intervention phone hotline and conducts public awareness Partners with parents, community leaders, and educators to solve and prevent the diverse programs. 800-222-1222 problems facing children and their families. 423-257-2108 Total 2020 Allocation: $1,000 Total 2020 Allocation: $12,000
Family Support Center - Greeneville City Schools
Greene County YMCA Member and Camp Scholarships
Provides scholarships for qualified low-income youth and family participants. 423-639-6107 Serves as a link between schools, students, and their families to improve potential for Total 2020 Allocation: $17,000 educational success. 423-823-5204 Total 2020 Allocation: $6,000
Girl Scout Council for Southern Appalachians Enables girls to become responsible women, teaching social and life skills. 1-800-474-1912 Total 2020 Allocation: $10,000
Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) Offers volunteer opportunities for seniors and non-profit work sites. 423-638-3801 Total 2020 Allocation: $10,000
United Way of Greene County, Inc.
IS MORE CHERISHED IN THIS WORLD THAN SOMEONE WHO LIGHTENS THE BURDEN OF ANOTHER.
SPECIAL PROGRAM GRANTS In 2021, United Way of Greene County will fund special programs serving specific needs in GreeneCounty.
Greene County Community Ministries/Food Bank
Provides assistance with food, shelter, utilities, and other necessities in an emergency or crisis situation. 423-638-1667 Total 2020 Allocation: $5,000
Debusk Volunteer Fire Department
Provides temporary lodging to the homeless while offering job skill training, counseling and other assistance. 423-638-4099 Total 2020 Allocation: $10,000
Rural Resources Farm & Food Teen Training Program
Greeneville Emergency & Rescue Squad
For the Farm & Food Teen Training Program which engages at-risk teens in learning to grow and prepare food and using that knowledge to develop and launch a food-based business. Total 2021 Grant: $3,000
Provides emergency first-responder services throughout Greene County. 423-638-3431 Total 2020 Allocation: $65,000
Stan Ritter Fund at the Greene County Schools Family Resource Center
Sustaining INCOME CHIPS Family Violence Shelter Provides shelter and services to victims of domestic violence. 423-743-0022 Total 2020 Allocation: $3,500
Offers a crisis intervention hotline and access to a comprehensive database of social service agencies for information and referral. Dial 211 Total 2020 Allocation: $6,000
Personal Support Services
Assists with self-sufficiency and prevents institutional placements of neglected or abused individuals. 423-461-8202 Total 2020 Allocation: $20,000
Foster Grandparent Program
Pairs limited income seniors with at-risk children. 423-639-8462 Total 2020 Allocation: $24,000
Tennessee Rehabilitation Center at Greeneville Provides job and life skill training to disabled individuals to improve self-sufficiency. 423-639-5148 Total 2020 Allocation: $20,000
For First Responder Rehabilitation services to all Greene County emergency personnel, professional and volunteer. Total 2020 Grant: $6,000
Provides special one-time funding for needs that cannot be met with any other resources. Total 2021 Grant: $972 (donor designated funds)
Tabernacle Mission Soup Kitchen To supplement food costs as the program grows and serves weekly meals to more than 200 residents of the Wesley Heights community in Greeneville. Total 2021 Grant: $2,500
Greene LEAF Magic School Bus To provide books for county school children during the summer. Total 2021 Grant: $2,000
Serving Local People Donations made to United Way of Greene County STAY in Greene County.
of every dollar raised goes outside of the community each year to pay state and national dues.
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United Way Pillar Society 2019 25th Anniversary The United Way Pillar Society is a recognition program for individuals and households who make personal gifts of $500 or more annually to the campaign. United Way leadership givers contribute more than 35% of all campaign dollars raised each year. In Greene County, the Pillar Society is chaired by Tom Garland, Sr., Terry Leonard, and Scott Niswonger. The six giving levels are: The Alexis de Tocqueville Society - $10,000 and more; The Heritage Society - $7,500 - $9,999; The President’s Society - $5,000 - $7,499; The Governor’s Society $2,500 - $4,999; The Sentry’s Society - $1,000 - $2,499; The Founder’s Society - $500 - $999. When a donor makes a minimum gift of $500 per year, he or she becomes a member of this recognition program and his or her name appears in the annual Leaders Register at the appropriate giving level. The number in parentheses following the name of each member represents their number of years of membership in the Pillar Society. We are proud to recognize the following local members of The Alexis de Tocqueville Society. Terry and Evelyn Leonard (25) Leonard Associates, LLC Bob and Ivy Leonard (25) Leonard Associates, LLC Dr. Andy A. Roberts (17) Physician PRESIDENT’S SOCIETY ($5,000 - $9,999) Kent and Bettye Anne Bewley (17) Individual Gift Tweed Family Foundation (11) Foundation Gift GOVERNOR’S SOCIETY ($2,500 - $4,999) Rodney Bell (20) Individual Gift Bill and Patsy Carroll (22) Individual Gift Greeneville Light and Power System Al and Kathy Giles (25) Individual Gift Watson and Ashley Leonard (15) Leonard Associates, LLC Gale and Vicki Maddy (12) Individual Gift Dr. Mark and Mary Patterson (9) Physician Stan and Sue Ritter (25) Individual Gift Richard H. Roberts (25) Individual Gift Thomas J. Wennogle (8) ArtaZn PIONEER SOCIETY ($1,000 - $2,499) Tammy L. Albright (3) Greeneville Community Hospital
THE ALEXIS DE TOCQUEVILLE SOCIETY Alexis de Tocqueville, an aristocratic Frenchman, came to the United States in 1831 to study the penal system. As a result of his travels and interviews with leading politicians, lawyers, bankers, and settlers, he wrote the two-volume Democracy in America which was published in 1835 and 1840. Perhaps his most important observation was that Americans helped each other in time of need. He saw volunteerism as a way of life that was typically American. He wrote, “When an American asks for the cooperation of his fellow citizens, it is seldom refused; and I have often seen it afforded spontaneously and with great good will.” United Way Worldwide chose the name Alexis de Tocqueville when forming this special group of donors who contribute $10,000 or more to the annual campaign because of Tocqueville’s admiration of the spirit of volunteerism he discovered in America.
25th ANNIVERSARY United Way of Greene County is grateful to the following donors who have contributed at a leadership level, and been members of the Pillar Society, for 25 years: Bob and Ivy Leonard (25) John M. Jones, Jr. (25) Leonard Associates, LLC Individual Gift Terry and Evelyn Leonard (25) Ronnie Metcalfe (25) Leonard Associates, LLC WGRV/WIKQ/WSMG Radio Greeneville Anonymous (25) Accountant Scott M. and Nikki Niswonger (25) Individual Gift Terry and Rose Bellamy (25) Individual Gift Stan and Sue Ritter (25) Individual Gift Mr. and Mrs. Tom Garland, Sr. (25) Individual Gift Richard H. Roberts (25) Individual Gift Al and Kathy Giles (25) Individual Gift James F. Smith and Helen S. Smith Brandon and Paige Hull (25) (25) Greeneville Federal Bank Individual Gift Gregg K. Jones (25) Dr. and Mrs. Jerry Ward (25) Individual Gift Individual Gift Matt Anderson (7) Landair David and Sheila Bailey (22) Andrew Johnson Bank Greeneville City Schools Randy Bowers (5) Landair Chuck Bowlin (18) Individual Gift Greeneville Light and Power System Wesley and Carla Brown (18) ArtaZn Mary J. Burkhammer (2) ArtaZn Alan Corley (23) Corley’s Pharmacy Kathryn DeCristopher (1) John Deere Power Products Altavious Devaux (1) Publix Carl Del Sorbo (9) ArtaZn
Lynn Doster (7) Landair Gary and Nila Funk (11) Individual Gift Mr. and Mrs. Tom Garland, Sr. (25) Individual Gift Anonymous (2) Publix Steven K. and Sarah Harbison (18) Greeneville Real Estate and Auction Team Bill and Melinda Hickerson (23) Andrew Johnson Bank Shawn Hope (16) Greeneville Community Hospital Carla Huddleston (1) Publix Brandon and Paige Hull (25) Greeneville Federal Bank Darry Jewell (3) Publix Eric and Kelli Johnson (4) Landair
Gregg K. Jones (25) Individual Gift John M. Jones, Jr. (25) Individual Gift Anonymous (3) Individual Gift Greeneville Light and Power System First Horizon Anonymous (9) Tennessee Department of Education Edie Leigh (1) Publix Paul Mauney (1) The Greeneville Sun Edward D. McKinney (6) Landair Frank and Paige Mengel (9) Individual Gift Greeneville Light and Power System Tusculum University Joshua Mercer (3) Donaldson Company Ronnie Metcalfe (25) WGRV/WIKQ/WSMG Radio Greeneville Dr. Charles and Carrie Montgomery (19) Physician Scott M. and Nikki Niswonger (25) Individual Gift Tony and Kim Ottinger (5) First Horizon Gary and Wendy Peay (15) United Way of Greene County Matthew K. Renner (5) First Horizon Bill and Lindy Riley (9) Individual Gift Michael Ritter (13) ID Images William Rooks (1) ArtaZn Mrs. Lloyd Saulsbury (24) Individual Gift
Karen Simmering (4) Anthem Tori Smith (1) Publix Jeff and Margo Ward (1) Corley’s Pharmacy Chuck and Sheri Whitfield (19) Individual Gift FOUNDER’S SOCIETY ($500 - $999) Anonymous (25) Accountant Nick Arredondo (1) Enterprise Anonymous (12) Accountant Leon and Jewel Bell (16) Greeneville Collection Service, Inc. Terry and Rose Bellamy (25) Individual Gift Christopher Boles (6) Individual Gift Greeneville Light and Power System Stacy Bolton (5) Individual Gift Greeneville Light and Power System Alan Booker (19) Individual Gift Kyle Boren, DO (3) Greeneville Community Hospital Charles and Wanda Bowers (16) Individual Gift Philip Bradley (6) Individual Gift Greeneville Light and Power System Scott Bullington (16) Boys & Girls Club of Greeneville/Greene County East Tennessee Promotions
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United Way Pillar Society 2019 25th Anniversary Dale Bunce (4) Individual Gift Greeneville Light and Power System Anonymous (2) Individual Gift Mike and Nancy Burns (12) Greeneville Federal Bank Tom Campbell (5) Individual Gift Greeneville Light and Power System Gary L. Chandley (4) ArtaZn Jeff and Alison Collins (4) Landair Mike and Julia Crum (9) Forward Air Russ and Lisa Crum (21) Lisa Crum State Farm Insurance Teresa Cutshall (1) John Deere Power Products Drs. Dan and Pat Donaldson (10) Individual Gift Lynn Doty (3) Individual Gift Greeneville Light and Power System Ken Earl (12) Individual Gift Misty Kite-Fezell (5) Farm Bureau Insurance
Dr. and Mrs. Stephen Flohr (22) Physician Michelle Freeman (1) East Tennessee State University T. J. Freshour (1) Individual Gift Greeneville Light and Power System Christine Hamilton (1) Publix Scott Harrison (3) Individual Gift Greeneville Light and Power System Robert M. Hatfield (1) Publix Everett Haynie (2) Donaldson Company Ross Hensley (3) Individual Gift Greeneville Light and Power System Kenneth and Sherry Hood (19) Attorney Eileen Huddleston (1) Publix Mrs. Helena Z. Jones (18) Individual Gift Charles Kendall (4) ArtaZn Matthew Kework (3) Publix
Scott Legg (1) Donaldson Company Anonymous (5) BTL Industries Daniel S. Lewis, MD (2) Greeneville Community Hospital Marcus Light (3) Individual Gift Greeneville Light and Power System Jack and Ginger Lister (12) Greeneville Community Hospital Dale Long (20) The Greeneville Sun Art and Martha Masker (18) Individual Gift Judy Massey (16) Forward Air Tom and Ellen Mroczko (12) Individual Gift David A. Nester (4) Donaldson Company Dr. Michael and Jeanne Odell (23) Physician Wendell Rambo (2) Individual Gift Greeneville Light and Power System Clint Ricker (5) Individual Gift Greeneville Light and Power System
Dr. James and Linda Rodgers (19) Physician William Rogers (1) Publix Anonymous (12) Individual Gift Reformation Lutheran Church Chris Seaton (2) Individual Gift Greeneville Light and Power System Dr. and Mrs. John Shaw (20) Physician Nicholas G. Shelton (10) Parker Hannifin Tammy Shelton (1) Donaldson Company Chris Smith (1) Publix James F. Smith and Helen S. Smith (25) Individual Gift Trisha Smith (2) Enterprise Nicholas B. Stone (13) Individual Gift Rick and Rebecca Tipton (17) Greeneville Federal Bank Clay A. Tullock (4) Individual Gift Greeneville Light and Power System
Charles “Chuck” Wagner (2) Andrew Johnson Investments Leslie Wampler (5) Forward Air Dr. and Mrs. Jerry Ward (25) Individual Gift Kristina Welm (1) John Deere Power Products Dwayne Wells (5) Individual Gift Greeneville Light and Power System Rachael Wilkerson (2) Rachael’s Hair Design Ron Zook (13) Individual Gift Greeneville Light and Power System
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This eight-page publication is published by The Greeneville Sun with information on United Way of Greene County. © 2020 THE GREENEVILLE SUN,...
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This eight-page publication is published by The Greeneville Sun with information on United Way of Greene County. © 2020 THE GREENEVILLE SUN,...