2018 Annual Report

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Where our grants COME FROM

DONOR FUNDS

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Field-of-Interest Funds support broad areas of concern identified by donors. Community Grants and Special-interest grants are awarded through a competitive process to nonprofit organizations working in these fields in Hampton Roads. FUND NAME

VALUE AS OF DECEMBER 31, 2017

FUND NAME

VALUE AS OF DECEMBER 31, 2017

FUND NAME

VALUE AS OF DECEMBER 31, 2017

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Ashinoff Family Fund for the Arts, 2004 To benefit the arts

Lowery D. Finley Jr. Memorial, 2002 For youth

E. K. Sloane, 1997 5,043,305 To provide pianos to charitable, educational or intellectual institutions

Jeanne Atkinson, 2011 To benefit early childhood education

$28,433 79,929

Benjamin R. Brown, 1985 145,641 For research in mental illness and for those suffering from it Charles G. Brown, 1983 For advanced research in mental illness

500,542

Community Action Resource Empowerment, 2008 For projects that positively impact youth in certain neighborhoods in Virginia Beach

10,454

Mary E. and Curtis M. Chappell Jr., 2006 For arts and humanities on the Virginia Peninsula

33,449

William A. and Jane M. Charters, 2004 For essential human services

8,507,529

Christadelphian Ecclesia of Hampton Roads Helping, 2015 135,880 For human services with a preference for helping Norfolk residents

Julian Haden Gary and Margaret Savage Gary, 1998 For horticultural educational purposes Lee A. and Helen G. Gifford Endowment for the Cultural and Performing Arts, 1997 For cultural and performing arts William A. Goldback, 2009 To support performing arts and medical services, education or research

30,551 667,957 399,242 5,195,843

Victor and Ruth N. Goodman Memorial, 1996 2,021,859 For students studying for a career in medicine or health care

Brenda & Alan Stein Fund for Homeless & Indigent, 1990 20,938 For food, clothing or shelter, especially for children The Surry Fund, 1999 To promote racial harmony in Surry County

19,490

Taylor Sisters Library Fund, 1999 17,954 For organizations serving minorities, the poor and homeless in Norfolk Patsy G. Teer Fund, 2014 844,150 For South Hampton Roads students attending college and for research

380,860

The Laura Turner Fund, 1997 To assist adults with cerebral palsy

52,688

Jennifer Lynn Gray, 1993 To support training for people with mental disabilities

6,031,168

Tyler Cultural Fund, 1995 For arts and cultural organizations

251,149

Paul S. Huber Memorial, 1985 For the arts

John W. and Linda Vakos Fund, 2014 315,916 For early childhood and elementary education and health care and support services, particularly those with Alzheimer’s disease or cancer

Inge Family Fund for the Environment, 2013 To improve life for the environment

30,822

33,766

1,977,565

The Colenda Fund (Art, Gerry, Jeri Colenda), 2007 For children, veterans and abandoned or abused animals

2,847

Ethel T. Jones, 1965 To improve life for children and youth in Norfolk

Community Fund for Arts and Culture, 2007 For arts and culture in Hampton Roads

32,179

H. Lee Kanter, 2001 For the performing arts

Community Fund for Civic Leadership, 2007 For civic engagement and leadership in Hampton Roads

26,287

Community Fund for Educational Achievement, 2007 For improving educational opportunities for Hampton Roads students

29,999

Perry and Bunny Morgan Fund, 2000 10,640,864 For arts, education (particularly student scholarships) and essential human services

Virginia Dietrich Williams Fund for Women and Children, 2005 For women and children

Community Fund for the Environment, 2007 To improve the environment in Hampton Roads

45,394

Alfred L. Nicholson, 1998 For the humane treatment and care of animals

Barbara Upton Wilson Charitable, 2014 1,092,707 For preservation of the natural environment, environmental education and humane treatment of animals

Vernon and Judith Cofer, 2013 For the preservation of Virginia history

Mary Jane Kunhardt Fund for the Benefit of the Homeless of Tidewater, 2000 For homeless people

550,728 9,370

6,516,921

Community Fund for Health and Human Services, 2007 29,688 For health and human services in Hampton Roads

William Thomas Reilly III, 2013 For the environment

55,096

Ryan S. Crouse, 2005 For children and teenagers

22,346

John L. Roper 2nd and Sarah Dryfoos Roper, 1984 For cultural arts

673,510

Dixon-Settle Fund for Women, 2015 For human services with a preference for programs supporting women in difficult situations

34,561

The Glenn Allen Scott and Anne C. Brower Cultural Endowment, 2001 For an arts and culture endowment

105,913

The Virginian-Pilot, 2010 2,792,780 To support the technology needs of the Col. Samuel L. Slover Main Library in Norfolk Harry F. Wall Memorial Scholarship, 2007 For public high schools on the Virginia Peninsula Skip Wilkins, 1992 For basic human needs

277,052 4,049 110,302

Sue Cook Winfrey Memorial, 1997 4,399,424 For organizations helping abused children and/or spouses

$60,229,097 Value of all Field-of-Interest Funds A S

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