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Report to the Community

A Message from the President

Board of Directors

Judith A.M. Smith, DM, President and CEO - HandsOn Jacksonville

Dear Friends and Supporters,

Mark Bajalia, Brennan, Manna & Diamond, P.L.

It has been almost three years since we re-imagined and re-branded ourselves as HandsOn Jacksonville after 35 years of our previous Volunteer Jacksonville identity. Our new proactive project management model—where we recruit the volunteer staffing and resource, manage, and execute the project through the help of our hard working staff and volunteer project leaders—delivers results and makes change happen. Research tells us that one in every three volunteers is dissatisfied with traditional volunteer experiences to the point of declaring that they will not volunteer again. Our project volunteers’ satisfaction rate in 2010 was 96 percent, which is immensely gratifying! And we’re very proud of a few other 2010 stats as well:

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Susan Hamilton CSX

In 2007 we were delighted to manage and execute 98 projects with 1,776 volunteers and 7,397 hours valued at $144,315. Our final numbers for 2010 swelled to managing and executing 1131 projects with 16,852 volunteers and 40,551 volunteer hours, valued at $845,488! In 2010 our mega-project, A Visit from St. Nicholas, again brought holiday joy, toys, and books-books-books to 6,500 kids through the work of 600 of our family and corporate volunteers, infusing $377,275 into 12 of our Title 1 schools. Over the past eight years, with the help of more than 7,100 volunteers, we have delivered more than 238,000 books and nearly 328,000 toys to about 62,500 kids in 77 of our most challenged schools (some schools have received the visit more than once by now), and have infused nearly $4 million of real goods and services into these our most fragile schools. In a 90-day time frame during 2010 through our partnership with Disney, we directly mobilized 10,035 volunteers who in turn mobilized more than 10 tons of food (14,808 meals) for Second Harvest and another two tons for Windy Hill Elementary School; 114,905 items for our disaster kits for kids’ projects; 12,800 books for our challenged schools; and 20,670 art supplies for community projects.

Yes, we are delighted with how well we are achieving our overarching strategic goals of more and better volunteers, more and better volunteer leaders, and more and better volunteer projects. We hope you will review all of the GOOD things contained in our Report to the Community. If you’re not already involved with us, we hope you’ll get on Jacksonville’s ON-RAMP to volunteering and join us in changing our part of the world!

Staff Judith A.M. Smith, DM President/Chief Executive Officer Kim Bomberger Communications Director Lisa Giordana Finance & Administration Director

Laura Brown PGA TOUR Holly Cleveland, Treasurer Wachovia, A Wells Fargo Company Nelson Cuba Fraternal Order of Police Jim Farah Farah Law Firm, P.A. Nancy Federico, Blueprint Intern Deutsche Bank

E. Andrus Healy Community Volunteer Mike Hightower Blue Cross & Blue Shield of FL Bill Houston Jacksonville Jaguars Travis Hutson The Hutson Companies Dan Macferran, Vice Chair University of Phoenix Kathy Orr, Secretary BCBSF Incepture Harnish Parikh, Blueprint Intern Prudential Roslyn Mixon Phillips Office of the Mayor Pam Roman Jax Parks Judith A.M. Smith, DM HandsOn Jacksonville Robert Spohrer, Chair Spohrer and Dodd, P.L. Mary Stutts Aetna

Tammy Gurley Administrative Assistant

Lynn Mora Community Outreach & Blueprint for Leadership Director

Sarah Haskins Receptionist

Jenny O’Donnell Community Engagement Director

Mary Jury Director of Development

Jacqui Scuncio Volunteer Resources Director

Nancy Knight Agency Relations Director

Bunny Witten Program Assistant

Our Vision

One day every person will discover their power to make a difference, creating healthy communities in vibrant democracies around the world.

Our Mission

We inspire, equip, and mobilize people to take action that changes the world.

Our Promises

We deliver quality volunteer experiences & develop volunteer leaders, changing our world one GOOD deed at a time! Charlene Akers Lidia Andonie Celeste Ayers Kristen Bowers Karen Church Marcy Clapp Angie Green

Charlene Akers Lidia Andoni Richard Apunte Celeste Ayers Mark Bajalia Bill Bentley Haans Bomberger Nicole Bowden Kristen Bowers Doug Brown Laura Brown Karen Church Marcy Clapp Holly Cleveland Jennifer Connell Dr. Jarik E. Conrad

HandsOn Jacksonville Project Leaders Rosie Hetman Debbie Jones Jennifer King Jon Leeson Kurt McAteer S.D. Mercer Maria O’Donnell

Lorrain O’Keefe Marianne Padgett Dewitt Robinson Elena Rojas Vickie Rumbers Kissy Sanders Casey Sharp

Jessica Smith Dacey Storzbach Zac Taylor Kwanza Yates Nita Young Carlos Zeigler

HandsOn Jacksonville Program and Staff Volunteers

Rena Coughlin Hilary Creary Nelson Cuba John Darnell Bill Dresser John E. Duvall, Esq. James Farah Brock Fazzini Nancy Federico Bob Franskousky Jill Gleeson Angie Greene Tammy Gurley Susan Hamilton Lou Haskins Edward R. Hayes

E. Andrus Healy Rosie Hetman Mike Hightower Paula Horvath-Neimeyer Bill Houston Jay Howanitz Travis Hutson Gerry Hurst Debbie Jones Jane Jordan Jennifer King Pranoo Kumar Jon Leeson John Leenhouts Yvonne Lozano Dan Macferran

Kathleen Manning Bobby Martin Kurt McAteer S.D. Mercer Doug Milne, Esq. William Mora Arlene Newman Carmen North Maria O’Donnell Lorrain O’keefe Kathy Orr Marianne Padgett Harnish Parikh Dave Roman Joyce Petry Mike Petry

Sue Pope Tobi Pryor Kenneth Reddick Reese Riggle Dewitt Robinson Elena Rojas Pam Roman Vickie Rumbers Sheriff John Rutherford Kissy Sanders Paul Scuncio Casey Sharp Judy Shea Anne Shaw Charlene Shirk Chet Smith

Danette Smith Jessica Smith Robert Spohrer Dacey Storzbach Mary Stutts Ina Taffett Zac Taylor Nita Young Ben Warner Wyman Winbush Ellen Wiss Mark Wright Carlos Zeigler

HandsOn Jacksonville Youth Council Aaron Badida Zack Bodden Erica Christenson Emily Cunard Megan Federico Ariel Garcia Gen Howard Tuongvan Le Elena Lozano

Elizabeth Pogrebniak Michael Romaine Christy Soares Fallon Sullivan Alex Timmer Lizzie Utset Grace Wallmeyer Akira Wickes

Be the Change.

WE INSPIRE people to serve and embrace their abilities to be the change through our multimedia outreach and our annual

Celebrate!GOOD. Each April, the nation celebrates National Volunteer Week. In Jacksonville, our mayor proclaims the entire month of April as Volunteer Appreciation Month, as does Florida’s governor across the state.

Celebrate!GOOD During the month of April, HandsOn Jacksonville holds one of our premier events, Celebrate!GOOD, to honor some of our community’s most outstanding agents of change to promote their their GOOD works and inspire others to follow their lead. This fun and memorable event takes place at the Times-Union Center for the Performing Arts overlooking the beautiful St. Johns River. Volunteers are recognized on-stage in a beautifully produced video. Following the stage presentation, a party is thrown in honor of the award recipients that includes a spirited live auction, silent auction, music and food from some of the city’s best restaurants.

Community Outreach All year long, HandsOn Jacksonville promotes and encourages people to be the change, and provides opportunities to make a difference in our community. Through our inspirational bi-monthly Florida Times-Union Voices column; our monthly e-newsletter; meeting the community at corporate and volunteer events; our website; our Wordpress blog and utilizing social networking opportunities such as Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, we spread the word and make it easy for people to take action that transforms our community and themselves. According to the 2010 JCCI Quality of Life Progress Report, an amazing 65% of our citizens reported that they volunteered, up from 64% in 2009; based on this data and our population of 1.3 million, an estimated 845,000 people volunteered in 2010, calculating one hour per month for 77% of the volunteers and 7 hours per week for 23%, the value of area volunteer work is estimated at $1.64 billion.


people by providing service opportunities, building capacity and providing support services for individuals and organizations that need or provide volunteer resources. HandsOn Jacksonville equips people to be the positive change our city needs through its training and support of nonprofit agencies in the effective use of their volunteer resources, training of diverse groups of leaders to effectively serve on nonprofit boards of directors, and consulting with groups on board leadership. HandsOn Jacksonville also educates people in the staffing and operation of a Volunteer Reception Center to manage unaffiliated volunteers during a disaster, and we raise funds and provide programming to supply low-income families and schools with necessities.

Blueprint for Leadership Blueprint for Leadership is a program designed to identify, recruit, train and place community leaders on nonprofit boards and other governing or advisory bodies in Jacksonville. Blueprint for Leadership participants are a diverse representation of our population, with the majority of the class representing those in the minority. Blueprint for Leadership offers five full-day training sessions involving leadership topics, class discussion and group exercises. These classes are held the first Wednesday of each month, January through May. In June, the class creates and executes its own volunteer project and celebrates its success at a graduation ceremony. Following graduation, each participant is given the opportunity to experience an effective nonprofit board in action through a one-year internship, or intern with HandsOn Jacksonville as a High-Impact Project Leader. HandsOn Jacksonville also conducts The Roles and Responsibilities of Nonprofit Boards workshop to equip people to effectively serve on nonprofit boards and offers an individualized board consultation service.

Disaster Program In the event of a major disaster, volunteers do come running to help. What they do and how they are utilized has tremendous impact on how quickly and effectively the community recovers. HandsOn Jacksonville has developed and tested a plan to effectively manage volunteers who are unaffiliated with local response organizations. With the help of a City of Jacksonville Public Service Grant, HandsOn Jacksonville will activate a Volunteer Reception Center to help ensure that the skills and talents of these volunteers are matched to areas of critical need.

The Hope Fund The Hope Fund is a collaborative effort between HandsOn Jacksonville, The University of North Florida and The Florida Times-Union. Participating agencies provide information on the circumstances and special needs of selected clients and UNF journalism students write articles about these clients and their particular situations that run as front-page features in The Florida Times-Union between Thanksgiving and Christmas. The Florida Times-Union also offers editorial commentary telling readers how they can support the Hope Fund with contributions. One hundred percent of all Hope Fund donations are divided among the participating organizations that then purchase goods and services as needed.

Nonprofit Membership HandsOn Jacksonville offers the following services to our nonprofit members… Volunteer Project Management: We help create and completely manage volunteer service projects designed to achieve the mission of nonprofit members. HandsOn Technology (HOT): We train and support nonprofit staff in the use of our web-based volunteer recruitment and management tool, which helps them recruit and manage volunteers, as well as giving them an additional web presence to market their organizations. Volunteer Management Training Series: Through our comprehensive, state-approved and certified volunteer management series, we provide nonprofit volunteer management professionals the tools they need to maximize the efforts of their organization’s volunteers. The Human Race: In partnership with 1st Place Sports and The RITA Foundation, we offer nonprofit agencies the opportunity to participate in this 5K walk/run fund raiser each spring and fall. Fazzini’s Coffee & Tea Fund raiser: We have partnered with Fazzini’s Coffee & Tea to provide an opportunity for nonprofit agencies to raise residual income when supporters purchase these products under their accounts.


people to take action and make a positive impact on our community. HandsOn Jacksonville is the on-ramp for volunteering on the First Coast. We believe that it is through people that change happens in the world and we are committed to making it as easy and convenient as possible for people to get connected.

HOJ Managed Projects With our partner agencies we create and manage projects that allow people the opportunity to make a positive impact on Jacksonville’s key problem areas. We offer a continuously updated interactive volunteer-matching website where people can select opportunities that are just right for them. Our project leaders take care of all of the details from there, from driving directions and checking off the supply list to where to park, and keep volunteers informed every step of the way. We also work with civic, church, youth, and employee volunteer groups to develop and implement community service projects.

A Visit from Saint Nicholas On the first Friday morning in December, thousands of children in select elementary schools arrive to find their doors and hallways covered in gold tinsel. As they enter their classrooms, curiosity turns to sheer excitement. At each desk is a colorful backpack filled with books and toys. For many of the children, these are the only books they will have in their homes. Volunteers visit each classroom to read the story that celebrates the life of Nicholas, a boy based on a European tradition that celebrates anonymous giving. The highlight of the day is a special visit paid to each classroom by a real-life Saint Nicholas who greets the students and presents them with “kindness coins”. This program which promotes literacy is taken to schools where 70% or more of the children are on a free or subsidized lunch plan.

Our 2010 Impact on the Community Imperative #1. We Inspire: We promote volunteering and inspire people to serve. Through our multi-media outreach, our Celebration of Service, and our various programs, we encourage and contribute to a culture of connection, caring, and commitment in Northeast Florida. •

Our annual Celebrate!GOOD event inspires people by telling stories of some of our community’s finest volunteers. In 2010, with an estimated 900 people in attendance, we honored 11 individuals and 7 groups for their outstanding service to the community, representing more than 1000 community volunteers; 62 event volunteers gave 248 hours of valuable service to help make Celebrate!GOOD successful

Imperative #2, We Equip: We build capacity and provide support services for individuals and organizations that use or provide volunteer resources. We support and increase the capacity of organizations in two essential ways. We work with volunteer resource managers in nonprofit and government agencies to enable them to more effectively lead their volunteer work force, and we work with people who manage employee volunteer programs in organizations that provide volunteer power to the community. We also provided learning opportunities to individuals, empowering them to lead through service. •

We improved 170 public-serving organizations, including schools, who promote arts & culture, serve children & families, alleviate poverty & homelessness, promote health & wellness, improve education & literacy and beautify and revitalize our neighborhoods & environment; we did this through our HandsOn projects, our referral of community volunteers and through our capacity-building programs and services.

We equipped 26 volunteer resource managers in 12 sessions with 1,092 hours of instruction and state certification in our Volunteer Management Training Series; we equipped 97 volunteer resource managers with 84 hours of technical training in using our technology tool for recruiting and managing their volunteers

We connected 122 businesses with the needs of our community, mobilizing and equipping them to participate in high impact projects

We equipped 22 leaders with 48 learning hours (1,200 total hours) in our Blueprint for Leadership program, an advanced learning institute on governance, financial and management oversight, fund raising, and hands on responsibilities for nonprofit board members; we placed 18 graduates in one-year nonprofit board internships

We catalyzed and contributed $111,848 in cash donations through 285 hours of volunteer service in support of 37 nonprofit agencies through the annual Hope Fund

Imperative #3. We Mobilize:

We connect and engage people in service that addresses serious social issues. Through our programs and services we make people aware of the issues that face our community, equipping them with hope and tools that empower them to create change. •

We mobilized and led 16,852 volunteers in 1131 HOJ-managed projects with 40,551 volunteer hours through our hands-on model that targets community problem areas

The value to the community of the hours of volunteer service donated through these HOJ-managed on projects is $845,488

The value of project creation and management consulting services for 1131 customized projects with 16,852 volunteers is $1,829,400

We delivered a very special experience to approximately 6,500 kids in 12 Title 1 elementary schools that included 28,000 books and 28,000 toys through our signature mega-project, A Visit from St. Nicholas The value of the St. Nicholas goods and services to the Duval County School System was in excess of $377,275 The value of the 2,100 hours from our 600 St. Nicholas volunteers was $43,785

Through our interactive, continuously updated web site, utilizing Hands On Technology, as well as through media outreach and oldfashioned phone referrals, we connected willing volunteers to service opportunities Total number of website visits (not “hits”) was 81,517, with 42,891 unique web visitors who made 1,396,411 page views were made to our volunteer matching section of the web site where we and our agencies post and maintain approximately 180 up-to-date volunteer projects during any given month The number of verified unique volunteer referrals to our nonprofit partner agencies was 3,513. These volunteers gave 19,402 hours of service to our community which is valued at $404,532

Be the Change.

2010 Financials - Audited 2010 Operating Expense Summary Community Services 90% General and Administrative 10%

2010 Total Revenues $1,148,283 25% 24% 11% 11% 11% 9% 6% 3% 0%

Contributions In-Kind Contributions Hope Fund Contributions Government Grants Special Events Professional Fees/Memberships United Way Other Grants Interest/Investments

2010 Total Expenses $1,092,076 45% 11% 22% 5% 5% 4% 3% 2% 2% 1% 1% 1%

Salaries/Related Expenses Hope Fund Agency Assistance Supplies/Postage/Printing Travel/Meetings/Training Special Event Expense Promotions Professional Fees/Membership Depreciation Occupancy/Insurance Interest/Misc Systems/Equipment Uncollected Pledges

2010 Total Assets $799,328 44% 36% 11% 3% 3% 3%

Building/Improvements Cash Furniture/Equipment Receivables Grants Receivable Inventory

2010 Liabilities and Net Assets 78% 21% 1%

Unrestricted Net Assets Payables and Accruals Temporarily Restricted

Nonprofit Partner Members Alzheimers Association American Cancer Society First Coast Area American Red Cross Angel Aid Arc, The Art Center Coop, The Beaches Emergency Assistance Ministry, Inc. Beaches Fine Arts Series, Inc. Beaches Habitat for Humanity Beaches Museum & History Center Beaches SERTOMA Club, Inc. Best Buddies Jacksonville Bethany Church of God in Christ Better Business Bureau Boys and Girls Clubs of NE Florida Inc. Boys’ Home Association Bridge of Northeast Florida, The Bridges to Sudan Bridge-the-Gap. Inc. Brooks Health Carpenter’s Shop Center, The Catholic Charities Jacksonville Challenge Enterprises of North Florida, Inc. Child Guidance Center Children’s Home Society City of Jacksonville - Office of Volunteer Services City Rescue Mission CJ Acres Animal Rescue Farm Clara White Mission, Inc. Communities in Schools of Jacksonville Community Connections Community Hospice of NE FL Crucial Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens, The daniel, Inc. Davis Performing Arts Center Department of Children & Families DOSA Camps Duval County Public Schools Emergency Pregnancy Services of Jacksonville, Inc. Endangered Primate Foundation Epilepsy Foundation Northeast Florida Episcopal Children’s Services Family Nurturing Center Family Promise of Jacksonville, Inc. Family Support Services of NE Florida, Inc. First Coast Cancer Foundation First Coast No More Homeless Pets Florida Association, Deaf/Blind/Multihandicapped Florida Native Plant Society Florida Native College at Jacksonville Foxglove Foundation Fresh Ministries Friends of Jacksonville Animals, Inc. Gateway Community Services Girls Incorporated of Jacksonville Girls on the Run of NE Florida Greater Jacksonville Area USO Greenscape of Jacksonville Greenwood School Guardian Ad Litem Voices for Children of the First Coast Habijax Hart Felt Ministries, Inc. Haven Hospice Healing HEART Sanctuary Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies Coalition of NE FL.

Help Center Holiday Hill Elementary PTA Hope Worldwide/Jacksonville Hubbard House, Inc. Inn Ministry, The Jacksonville Arboretum and Gardens, Inc. Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce Jacksonville Housing Authority Jacksonville Miracle League Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens JCCI JCP Cares Jewish Family and Community Services Junior Achievement of North Florida Junior League of Jacksonville Justice Coalition Knots4Kids L’Arche Harbor House, Inc. Leadership Jacksonville Lutheran Social Services Malivai Washington Kids Foundation Mayo Clinic Jacksonville Mental Health Center of Jacksonville, Inc. Mental Health Resource Center Metro North Community Development Corporation Mission Harvest Museum of Science and History (MOSH) MyGrowthPlan.Org, Inc. Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society Nemours Children’s Clinic NE Fl Builders Association NE Florida Community Action Agency New Heights Nonprofit Center of Northeast Florida, Inc. North Florida Land Trust North Florida School of Special Education OneJax Operation New Hope Opus, Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra PACE Center for Girls - Jacksonville Presbyterian Social Ministries Project S.O.S., Inc. Quigley House, Inc. Respite Care Riverside Fine Arts Association Salvation Army, The Save Africa, Inc. Seamark Ranch Second Harvest Food Bank SELF Movement Shands Jacksonville Volunteer Services Single Parent Assistance, Resources & Knowledge Spina Bifida Assn. of Jacksonville St. Augustine Youth Services St. Vincent’s Medical Center Auxiliary StandUp for Kids Theatreworks Theatre Jacksonville United Way of Northeast Florida Urban Jacksonville, Inc. Veterans Reintegration Center of Jacksonville, Inc. Volunteers in Medicine of Jacksonville Wolfson Children’s Hospital Auxiliary World Golf Hall of Fame, Inc. World Relief Youth Crisis Center

2010 Contributors and Donors $50,000 and above Points of Light Institute & HandsOn Network National First Books* United Way of Northeast Florida

$20,000 - $49,999 Barnes & Noble*

Performance Growth, Inc.* M. A. Healy Family Foundation David & Nancy Hutson Neviaser Charitable Family Foundation PGA Tour Productions # Jim & Ellen Wiss#

$10,000 - $19,999 The Brumos Companies Citi City of Jacksonville Darifair Foods, Inc. Fazzini’s Coffee & Tea# JA-RU, Inc.* The Thomas M. & Irene B. Kirbo Charitable Foundation Regency Centers The RITA Foundation Spohrer and Dodd, P.L. Starbucks The Community Foundation Univerity of Phoenix# Valpak of Jacksonville* VyStar Credit Union

$5,000 - $9,999 Aetna Altria Group, Inc. AT&T The Real Yellow Pages Beaver Street Fisheries Foundation Blue Cross Blue Shield of Florida Coker, Schickel, Sorenson & Posgay, P.A. Conrad Consulting Group* Cruise Industry Charitable Foundation Deutsche Bank FedEx* Jacksonville Fraternal Order of Police Lender Processing Services Yvonne Lozano* Mac Papers Miller Electric Company Prudential Financial PSS World Medical # Publix Super Markets Charities, Inc. Chet and Judith Smith# The Florida Times Union* The Winston Family Foundation Witten Family Foundation

CSX Nelson Cuba Darifair Foods J. Bryan Dowling James Farah Fidelity National Financial Ford & Harrison LLP* G F Florida* Susan Hamilton Preston Haskell Travis Hutson Incepture Intrepid Capital J.P. Perry Insurance, Inc. Michael Jackson Jacksonville Port Authority Michael & Mary Jury Marks Gray, P.A. Kathy Orr Harnish Parikh Roslyn Mixon Phillips Premier Resources Travel* Prudential Foundation R. Roberts Gallery* Rampant Lion Tattoos* Rotary Club of San Jose Rotary Club of West Jacksonville Robert Shircliff Skanska U.S.A. Bobby Stein Mary Stutts Swisher International, Inc. Patrice Symms The Jacksonville Bank Charlie Towers Pamela Wilson Winn Dixie Wood, Atter & Wolf, P. A.* Youth Service America

Other Financial Gifts

About Floors n More* Robin Hurst Abraham Ken Ackerman Jolene Adkins Adventure Landing Water Park* Affordable Chiropractic Medicine and Physical Therapy* Alhambra Theater and Dining* Angel Care* Joseph D. Anthony III, PA Anytime Fitness* Arnold Palmer Design Company* Eleanor Ashby Ed Asher Atlantic Pro Divers* Mark Baltz Bank of America Foundation Baptist Health System Foundation Lee-Catherine Bateh bb’s Restaurant* Belks @ the Avenues* David Black BLACKFINN American Grille* Heather Blanton* Bon Appetit* Bonefish Grill* $2,500 - $4,999 Thomas Broussard Laura Brown Be The Change, Inc. Shep Bryan Bon Appetit* Buffalo’s Southwest Café* DuBow Family Foundation Diane Bumgardner EverBank of Florida# Campeche Bay* Florida State College at Cantina Laredo* Jacksonville Casa Marina Hotel and Restaurant* Steve Halverson Suzanne Cash CSX Robyn Cenizal E. Andrus Healy# Cha Bella Savannah* Jay Howanitz Cheesecake Factory Kairos International* City of Jacksonville, Office of the Helen Lane Mayor* Medtronic Joseph Clark Rogers Towers, P.A. Beth Clark Selevan Family Foundation Claude’s Chocolate* Robert Spohrer Holly Cleveland W. W. Gay Mechanical Consolidated Maintenance Contractors, Inc. Corporate Care Works, EAP Wachovia, a Wells Fargo Company Costco Wholesale* Steve Wallace Cynthia Coughlin Whisky River* Hilary Creary Jennifer Deery $1,000 - $2,499 Charlene DeLugo Simone DiSalvo AT&T The Real Yellow Pages Dorothy Dorion Aetna Foundation William Dresser Aetna Giving Campaign East Arlington Rotary Club American Laser Centers* Eastland Mark Bajalia Elizabeth Paulson Redesign, Inc.* Baymeadows Self Storage* Randall Erickson BB&T Alex Erwin William H. & Lyn C. Bentley Julie Everett* Gilchrist Berg Irene Farwell Berg Family Charitable Tracy Fenn Foundation Firehouse Subs* Nicole Bowden Kathleen Fitzgerald Brennan, Manna & Diamond P.L. Floresca Community First Credit Union of Gina Florida Coastal School of Law Florida Robert Franskousky

Crystal Freed Emily Marie Friend Katrina Fullenkamp Gap Foundation Money for Time Gift Designs by Suzi* Lisa Giordana Sue Goebertus Golf Tec Southside* Cynthia Greene Tamera Gurley Carolyn Halliger Jean Hammer Sandy Hanania Monica Harris Sarah Haskins Lindsay Havice Bethany Lynn Hawley Paul J. Healy Heekin, Malin & Wenzel, P.A. Judy Hicks Michael Hightower Holy Hands Cleaning Svcs.* Bill Houston Robin Hurst III Forks* ING Natolya Ivory Theresa Jackson Joyful Creations, Inc.* Kathy Orr & Associates* Kathleen Kaye Linda B. King Debra Knauer Brian Krulick John Leenhouts* Legal Art Works* Lia Sophia* Michael Liff Lotus Center of Health* Ralph Mancusi Christen Maresha Marker 32* Chris Masarik John Mathis Megan E. Mattocks Christine Mavec Kurt McAteer Jessica McMullen Medure Restaurant Group* SD Mercer Melanie Messer Miller’s Ale House* Mindy Black Nutrition and LifeStyle Management* Miss Caroline’s Guest House & Bistro* Mochi Jax LLC* Lynn Mulherin Margaret Murphy Museum of Science and History* Henry Myers William Nash Heather Newcomer Heather Nietzel Nonprofit Center of Northeast FL, Inc.* Carmen North North Florida Sales* Now & Zen* Hazel S. Oaks Michael OBrien Michael & Lynn Otrok Outback Steakhouse* Austin Patneau Pet Paradise* PGA Golf Tour Academy* Pixieglas* Brian & Brenda Polding Ponte Vedra Plastic Surgery* Premier Designs, Inc.* Lynne Bassford Preminger Price Waterhouse Coopers* PRP Wine International , Inc.* Mary Register Renaissance Healing Center* Thurston Roberts Robert Rooks Kathy Rowlett Roy’s Restaurant* Mark & Kelly Rubin Tony Rukab Ruth’s Chris Steak House* Dana Sargent Beverly Scheff William Scheu Jon Schneider Jacqui Scuncio Judith Shine Silpada* Skin Bliss by Sheri, Inc.* Kerrie Slattery Snap Fitness* Star Consulting, Inc. Suddath Van Lines* Sugar Daddy’s Wine & Food Bar * Jacquelyn M. Sullivan Amy Taylor Nicole Terry

The Fresh Market* The Southpoint Acupuncture and Healing Center* John Tillman Timed Exercise* Susan Towler Kara Tucker Lindsay Tygart-Havice Paul Vergamini Brian Vogt Walmart #6099 Danielle Wampler Jack Webb Lesley Wells Wells Fargo Community Support Campaign Pat Williams Connie Wilson Bunny Witten World Golf Hall of Fame* Judith Zoller Penelope Zuber * In-kind support #Monetory dollars& in-kind support

Gifts in Honor HandsOn Jacksonville “Support our Community” by Mr. Harnish Parikh Univeristy of Phoenix by Mr. Dan Macferran

Gifts in Memory Senator Jim King & Commander (Ret.) O.S. Braddock, Jr. by Ms. Linda B. King Mrs. Julia Szilagyi by Mr. & Mrs. Bill Auclair by Mr. & Mrs. Merle Hammer by Mr. & Mrs. Michael Jury by Mr. Michael Liff by The Southern Cycle Air Group

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