Report to the Community
A Message from the President Judith A.M. Smith, DM, President & CEO
Dear Friends and Supporters, Among our many successes, HandsOn Jacksonville is most proud to report that we have achieved a 97% satisfaction rating from the volunteers we train, equip and mobilize to do GOOD in our community. Is that a big deal? You bet it is! Studies tell us that one of every three volunteers gets turned away at the door. Why? Because many nonprofits don’t have the capacity to use them. And national studies repeatedly reveal that of the volunteers who are accepted for service, another one in three say they will never volunteer again! Why? Because they felt their time was wasted or not wisely used and their experience was less than satisfactory. Unfortunately, not only will they not return to the place where they had a bad volunteer experience, but they report they are done with volunteering altogether and will find something more interesting or meaningful to do with their valuable time.
HandsOn Jacksonville Board of Directors 2011 Dan Macferran, Chair University of Phoenix Mark Bajalia, Vice Chair Brennan, Manna & Diamond, P.L. Mary Stutts, Secretary Aetna Nicole Brake Bowden, Treasurer PricewaterhouseCoopers Holly Cleveland Wells Fargo Nelson Cuba Fraternal Order of Police Bill Dresser Community Volunteer James Farah, Esq. Farah Law Firm, P.A. Brock Fazzini Fazzini’s Coffee & Tea
As the ON-RAMP to volunteering in our community, we know the value that volunteers bring. We know that nonprofits would suffer greatly and many would simply not be able to function without people willing to donate their time and skills to help carry out the work of their mission.
E. Andrus Healy, Esq. Community Volunteer
One of our core beliefs is that it is through people that change happens in our world, and one of our primary focus areas is to provide inspiration and learning opportunities that empower individuals to serve our community effectively and with confidence.
Travis Hutson Hutson Companies
We hope you will review all of the GOOD things HandsOn Jacksonville is doing in our community. We don’t do this important work by ourselves. It takes the hands of the thousands of community volunteers and the financial support of our contributors and donors, and to all of you, we say “thank you!” Thank you for being part of the change that our community needs. In service,
Be the change.
Mike Hightower Blue Cross & Blue Shield of FL Jay Howanitz, Esq. Spohrer & Dodd, P.L.
Carmen North Merrill Lynch Kathy Orr Orr & Associates Roslyn Mixon Phillips Office of the Mayor Ellen Wiss HOMKOR FLORIDA Judith A.M. Smith, DM HandsOn Jacksonville Harnish Parikh, Blueprint Intern Prudential Nancy Federico, Blueprint Intern Deutsche Bank
HandsOn Jacksonville Staff 2011
Our Mission We inspire, equip and mobilize people to take action that changes the world.
Dr. Judith A.M. Smith President & CEO
Lisa Giordana Finance Director
Nancy Knight Agency Relations Director
Carole Ann Steiger Vice President & COO
Sarah Haskins Receptionist
Lezlee McDaniel Community Engagement Manager
Kim Bomberger Communications Director
Mary Jury Development Director
Our Vision One day every person will discover their power to make a difference, creating healthy communities in vibrant democracies around the world.
Lynn Mora Community Outreach Director & Blueprint for Leadership Director
Our Promises Jenny Oâ€™Donnell Community Engagement Director
Jacqui Scuncio Office Manager & A Visit from St. Nicholas Director
Bunny Witten Program Assistant
We deliver quality volunteer experiences and develop volunteer leaders, changing our world one GOOD deed at a time!
We Inspire celebrate!
HandsOn Jacksonville Celebrates
Good Times, Good Deeds, Good People
600 attended 11 individuals and 3 groups representing 2,805 community volunteers were honored 22 volunteers gave 103 hours to make the event a success!
In April, during National Volunteer Week, Florida Volunteer Month and Jacksonville Volunteer Appreciation Month, HandsOn Jacksonville selects members of the community who do exemplary volunteer work to honor and tell their stories. This fun and inspiring evening begins with a beautifully produced video presentation telling the stories of the amazing work volunteers are doing in our community. It continues with a lively party including food from some of the best local restaurants, live music, silent auction and the opportunity to personally meet the people who are selflessly touching our community for GOOD! In 2011, Nina Waters of The Community Foundation presented Dr. Charles McIntosh the Bernard V. Gregory Servant Leader Award.
E-News Monthly delivery of volunteer news and opportunities
104,000 distribution HandsOn Connect
Our custom web technology that connects volunteers to the needs of local nonprofits
It’s All GOOD tells the stories of people who make a difference
3,912 connections made
YouTube Channel Features videos of volunteers who do GOOD
Our 2011 Media Reach Facebook Building an online community of people who want to “be the change”
Twitter Keeping a steady stream of GOOD news in the Twittersphere
We Equip BLUEPRINT for L EADERSHIP JACKSONVILLE’S
Premier Board Training Experience
28 Participants 1498 Learning hours
Blueprint for Leadership is Northeast Florida’s premier training program to equip culturally diverse community leaders to serve on nonprofit boards of directors.
Blueprint for Leadership offers five full-day training sessions involving leadership topics, class discussion and group exercises. These classes are held one day each month, January through May.
22 Interns placed on local nonprofit boards
In June, the cohort 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.
2011 Cohort Service Project The Blueprint for Leadership cohort of 2011 selected The Family Nurturing Center to be the recipient of their service project. The cohort • Renovated the grounds • Planted gardens • Built a pergola • Purchased books, toys and a freestanding basketball hoop • Cleaned & painted interior • Purchased new tables chairs, rugs, water filtration system • Raised $14,874 in cash and in-kind dona- tions to make over the center The Blueprint for Leadership cohort made a difference for the families who use the center for supervised visitation, and continue to use their newly acquired skills to benefit the Jacksonville nonprofit community at the board level.
We believe that to help people discover their power to create change in our world, it is important to deliver learning opportunities to provide the knowledge and skills necessary to ensure their success.
More HOJ Learning Experiences 100+ Nonprofit Partners received training in HandsOn Connect
HandsOn Connect is the web tool our Nonprofit Partner agencies use to post volunteer opportunities, recruit volunteers and track their hours. We provide free training and support to our partners in the use of this technology.
Project Leaders are pivotal to the work we do at HandsOn Jacksonville. We offer free monthly training for anyone who is interested in leading groups of volunteers to carry out HandsOn Jacksonville Managed Projects.
40 individuals received training in nonprofit board leadership
45 Project Leaders were equipped to lead HandsOn Jacksonville Managed Projects
An equipped and engaged board is vital for the success of nonprofit agencies. Our leadership volunteering Roles & Responsibilities for Nonprofit Boards course is perfect for anyone who is considering service on a board or desires to sharpen their current knowledge and skills.
The Volunteer Management Training Series (Excellence in Volunteer Management) is a comprehensive program for anyone who works with volunteers. Upon successful completion, participants receive a certificate from The Governorâ€™s Commission on Volunteering and Service.
9 individuals earned State of Florida certificates in Volunteer Management
2011 Nonprofit Partner Members
132 Nonprofit Partners
3,912 volunteers referred to them HandsOn Jacksonville supports the work of our local Nonprofit Partners by Recruiting, training & mobilizing volunteers to conduct volunteer projects Providing HandsOn Connect, our powerful online volunteer recruitment tool Hosting fundraising opportunities Delivering training in Volunteer Management, Board Roles & Responsibilities and Project Leader Training Matching Blueprint for Leadership board Interns to qualifying nonprofit partners Offering media opportunities through our social media channels and other media partnerships
American Red Cross Angel Aid The Arc BASCA Beaches Emergency Assistance Ministry Beaches Fine Arts Series, Inc. Beaches Habitat for Humanity Best Buddies Jacksonville Bethany Church of God in Christ Books-A-Go Go Boys’ Home Association The Bridge of Northeast Florida Bridges to Sudan Bridge-the-Gap. Inc. Brooks Health The Carpenter’s Shop Center Cathedral Arts Project Catholic Charities Jacksonville Challenge Enterprises of North Florida, Inc. Child Guidance Center Children’s Home Society Children’s Miracle Network City of Jacksonville - Office of Vol. Services City Rescue Mission Clara White Mission, Inc. Clay County Literacy Coalition Communities in Schools of Jacksonville Community Connections Community Hospice of NE FL Crucial The Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens daniel, Inc. Davis Performing Arts Center The Defender Foundation Department of Children & Families DOSA CampsDuval County Public Schools 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 Hispanic Chamber of Commerce First Coast No More Homeless Pets Florida Association. Deaf/Blind/ Multi-handicapped Florida Native Plant Society Florida State College at Jacksonville The Foxglove Foundation, Inc. Fresh Ministries Gateway Community Services Girls Incorporated of Jacksonville Girls on the Run of Northeast , FL Grace and Truth CDC 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 Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies Coalition of NE FL The Help Center Holiday Hill Elementary PTA Hope Worldwide/Jacksonville
Hubbard House, Inc. The Inn Ministry Jacksonville Arboretum and Gardens, Inc. Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce Jacksonville Community Council, Inc. Jacksonville Historical Naval Ship Association Jacksonville Housing Authority Jacksonville Miracle League Jacksonville Speech & Hearing Center Jacksonville Urban League Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens Jessica Green Foundation Jewish Family and Community Services Junior Achievement of North Florida Junior League of Jacksonville Justice Coaltion Knots4Kids L’Arche Harbor House, Inc. Leadership Jacksonville, Inc. Learn to Read Lutheran Social Services Malivai Washington Kids Foundation, Inc. Mayo Clinic Jacksonville Mental Health America of NE Fl Mental Health Center of Jacksonville Mental Health Resource Center Mission Harvest America, Inc. Museum of Science and History (MOSH) MyGrowthPlan.Org, Inc. National MS Society NE Fl Builders Association NE Florida Community Action Agency New Heights North Florida School of Special Education Northside Community Involvement, Inc.(NCI) OneJax Opus, Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra PACE Center for Girls - Jacksonville Pine Castle, Inc. Presbyterian Social Ministries Quigley House, Inc. Respite Care Safe Animal Shelter of Orange Park The Salvation Army Save Africa, Inc. Seamark Ranch Second Harvest Food Bank The SELF Movement Shands Jacksonville Volunteer Services Single Parent Assistance, Resources & Knowledge, Inc. Spina Bifida Assn. of Jacksonville St. Augustine Lighthouse & Museum St. Augustine Youth Services St. John’s RiverKeeper, Inc. Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Found. NE FL Theaterworks, Inc. Theatre Jacksonville Community Theatre United Way of Northeast Florida Urban Jacksonville, Inc. Veterans Reintegration Center of Jacksonville, Inc. Volunteers in Medicine of Jacksonville Way Free Medical Clinic, The Wolfson Children’s Hospital Auxiliary World Golf Hall of Fame, Inc. World Relief Youth Crisis Center
The Hope Fund is a collaborative effort between HandsOn Jacksonville, The University of North Florida and The Florida Times-Union. Participating nonprofit 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. Funds donated are divided among the participating organizations that purchase goods and services to meet basic needs.
We raised $120,288 for 37 of our Nonprofit Partner agencies to distribute to their clients in need.
Disaster Preparedness 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, and in the event of disaster will activate a Volunteer Reception Center to help ensure the skills and talents of volunteers are matched to areas of critical need. In addition, HandsOn Jacksonville works to prepare local families for potential disaster.
We trained 75 adults to present our disaster preparedness program to youth-serving organizations. We distributed disaster kits and information to 450 kids to bring home to their families.
In our partnership with Fazziniâ€™s Coffee & Tea, HandsOn Jacksonville offers a unique opportunity for nonprofit organizations to raise residual income when supporters purchase these products under their accounts.
9,482 HandsOn Project volunteers 33,187 hours 1,396 projects $708,874 value to community
HandsOn Jacksonville High-Impact Project Leaders James Bourassa Marisol Buitrago Tammy Dockins Walt English Angie Greene Marlene Hegland Rosie Hetman Kurt McAteer Maria O’Donnell Edvina Palislamovic Elena Rojas Jessica Smith
HandsOn Jacksonville Youth Leadership Council Ariel Garcia Nishtha Garg Lamiah Anne Haque Tomia (Mia) Hayes Gen Howard Jessica Esther Ibarreta Vicki Le Tuongvan Le Monica Lozano Elena Lozano Alyssa Lozano Judy Piseth Alex Timmer Alexandria Tomkunas Lizzie Utset Grace Wallmeyer
HandsOn Jacksonville Program & Staff Volunteers Charlene Akers Lidia Andonie Richard Apunte Celeste Ayers Mark Bajalia Jan Bennett Bill Bently Laura Bolanos Haans Bomberger Jamie Bourassa Marisol Buitrago Nicole Bowden Kristen Bowers Laura Brown Frank Carbone Kirk Chamberlain Karen Church Marcy Clapp Holly Cleveland Scott Coble Jennifer Connell Dr. Jarik E. Conrad Rena Coughlin Nelson Cuba John Darnell Tammy Dockins Bill Dresser John E. Duvall, Esq. Walt English James Farah, Esq. Brock Fazzini Nancy Federico Bob Franskousky Jill Gleeson Angie Greene
Tammy Gurley Susan Hamilton Lou Haskins Edward R. Hayes E. Andrus Healy Laura Healy Rosie Hetman Mike Hightower Paula Horvath-Neimeyer Bill Houston Jay Howanitz Gerry Hurst Travis Hutson Debbie Jones Jane Jordan Jennifer King Jon Leeson Betty Lynch Rick Lynch Yvonne Lozano Dan Macferran Bobby Martin Kurt McAteer S.D. Mercer Doug Milne, Esq. William Mora Lexie Murray Arlene Newman Carmen North Maria O’Donnell Lorrain O’keefe Kathy Orr Tara Owen Marianne Padgett Edvina Palislamovic
Harnish Parikh Joyce Petry Mike Petry Sue Pope Kenneth Reddick Dewitt Robinson Elena Rojas Dave Roman Pam Roman Tony Rukab Vickie Rumbers Sheriff John Rutherford Kissy Sanders Dawn Sealy Karen Scolforo Paul Scuncio Shelby 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
A Visit from St. Nicholas HandsOn Jacksonvilleâ€™s
Magical Holiday Visit 6500+ Kids
6500+ Back Sacks 14 Title 1 Elementary schools 32,500 Books 32,500 Toys 600 Volunteers mobilized $382,565 value to the community! On the first Friday morning in December, thousands of children in select elementary schools arrive to find their hallways covered in gold tinsel. As they enter their classrooms, curiosity turns to excitement! At each desk is a back sack filled with books and toys. For many children, these are the first books they will be able to call their own, and for some, these will be the only gifts they receive during the holiday season. 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 when a real-life St. Nicholas visits the students, presenting them with kindness coins. This literacy-promotion program is taken to schools where 70% or more of the children are on a free or subsidized lunch plan.
We helped 20 local nonprofit agencies raise $79,295! “It’s so important to raise money for nonprofits right now. Funding is tough to come by in this economy so it’s great to have all of these people out here supporting all of these Donna Deegan nonprofits!” Anchor, First Coast News & Founder of The Donna Foundation
The Human Race provides a risk-free fundraising opportunity to ALL area nonprofit organizations, schools, civic and religious groups. This fun, family-friendly 5K run/walk is open to the entire community. Organizations simply sign up and mobilize their volunteers to participate and raise money on their behalf. HandsOn Jacksonville provides this opportunity at no cost to the organizations!
Project Management Service
We mobilized 277 corporate volunteers who gave 1,189 hours of service, infusing $41,559 of value into our community! 2011 Corporate Employee Volunteer Partners Fidelity Investments CSX Ohio State University
HandsOn Jacksonville offers fee-for-service solutions to businesses seeking to promote a positive community presence, meet corporate social responsibility goals and mobilize employee volunteers to give back to the community. We work with businesses to assess their needs, and coordinate with our nonprofit partners to design and manage volunteer projects to meet their goals and achieve maximum impact in our community.
2011 Financials - Audited
2011 Operating Expense Summary
90% Community Serving Programs & Services 10% General and Administrative
35% Individual & Corporate Contributions
50% Building/Improvements (minus depreciation)
27% In-Kind Contributions
35% Individual & Corporate Contributions 27% In-Kind Contributions
2011 Total Revenues $958,276
9% Hope Fund Contributions
9% Hope Fund Contributions
9% Government Grants 9% Government Grants 5% Special Events 5% Special Events 5% United Way 5% United Way
2011 Total Assets $772,253
5% Professional Fees 5% Professional Fees 3% Other Grants 3% Other Grants
14% Furniture/Equipment 2% Receivables 2% Grants Receivable 2% Inventory
1% Prepaid Expenses
44% Salaries/Related Expenses 27% Supplies/Postage/Printing
2011 Total Expenses $1,023,193
9% Hope Fund Agency Assistance 6% Special Event Expenses 4% Occupancy/Equipment/Utilities 3% Travel/Meetings/Training 3% Professional Fees / Membership 2% Depreciation 2% Interest/Uncollectible Pledges/Misc.
2011 Liabilities & Net Assets
84% Unrestricted Net Assets 15% Payables and Accruals 1% Temporarily Restricted
HandsOn Jacksonville thanks our Major Donors $50,000 and above City of Jacksonville Public Service Grant National First Book*
$20,000 - $49,999 Anonymous# Duval County Public Schools* Dave and Nancy Hutson M. A. Healy Family Foundation Neviaser Charitable Family Foundation United Way of Northeast Florida Jim and Ellen Wiss#
$10,000 - $19,999 The Florida Times-Union* JA-RU Inc.# The Thomas M. Kirbo or Irene B. Kirbo Charitable Trust Medtronic Microsoft Corporation* PGA TOUR PGA Tour Entertainment* Points of Light Institute Regency Centers RITA Foundation & The Brumos Companies University of Phoenix# Vystar Credit Union * in-kind support # monetary & in-kind support
2011 Contributors and Donors
$10,000 and above See Major Donors on previous page
$5,000 - $9,999
E. Andrus and Laura Healy Beaver Street Foundation, Inc. Brennan, Manna & Diamond, P.L. Brumos CITI Conrad Consulting Group* Jerry Daniels FedEx* Jay and Holly Howanitz Jacksonville Fraternal Order of Police Mac Papers Medtronic Miller Electric Company Harnish Parikh Prudential PSS World Medical, Inc. Publix Super Markets Charities, Inc. Judith and Chet Smith# Spohrer and Dodd, P.L. David Vangura Wells Fargo Foundation#
$2,500 - $4,999
Sarah Bermudez CSX Corporation, Inc. Deutsche Bank DuBow Family Foundation EverBank of Florida Fazzini’s Coffee and Tea# Dan Gilham Lender Processing Services Donald Roden Selevan Family Foundation Sight & Sound Productions* Robert Spohrer The Art Insitiute of Jacksonville The Winston Family Foundation Winona Cargyle Alexander Life Development Center
$1,000 - $2,499
Aetna Availity LLC Mark Bajalia Baymeadows Self Storage* BB&T Bank Bill Bentley BlueCross BlueShield of Florida Borland Groover Clinic Nicole Bowden Community First Credit Union of Florida The Community Foundation Nelson Cuba Darifair Foods, Inc. William Dresser# John Duvall, Esq.* Episcopal Church of the Redeemer James Farah Nancy Federico Fidelity National Financial Christa Flint Florida Blue Florida Coastal School of Law Haskell Company Edward R. Hayes* Michael Hightower Travis Hutson Intrepid Capital J.P. Perry Insurance Dan Macferran Marks Gray, P.A. Doug Milne, Esq.* Miriam’s Jewelry* Carmen North# Orr & Associates PartnersWithNonprofits* Roslyn Phillips Prudential Foundation Matching Gifts Program Rotary Club of South Jacksonville Rotary Club of West Jacksonville Shands Jacksonville Judy Shea Robert Shircliff Mary Stutts Swisher International, Inc. Patrice Symms The Lord’s Foundation W. W. Gay Mechanical Contractors, Inc. Wyman Winbush* Witten Family Foundation Youth Service America
Other Financial Gifts
Ken Ackerman Rudolph Albert Laurie Allen Lauren Alley Allswell Press Jane Ambler Jay Ambler Anthony’s Gourmet Catering* James Armstrong Ashley Street Catering* Yogita Badarinath Bill Bade Rima Baroudi Amy Barrick Samantha Bauer BBVA Compass Joanne Bergin Clare Berry Gerald Bettman John Bieber Alexandra Blake Thomas Blakely Ray & Jill Lin Bodden Kim Bomberger J. Rody Borg Ed Bowe* Sandie Bowen Vanessa Boyer Jim Boyle Nikolas Brickweg Leslie and Sol Brotman Tom Broussard Laura Brown Kerith Cain Jessica Campbell Frank Carbone Margret Casper Cate Cheevers Stephanie Cheevers Wendy Chen Clara’s Tidbits Restaurant, Inc* James D. Clark Joseph Clark Maribel Claudio Holly Cleveland# Marsha Coarsey Scott Coble Jennifer Connell Andrea Conover Consolidated Maintenance Services, Inc. Henry Cordes Kristi Cortes Costo Wholesale* Rena Coughlin* Richard Craven Laura Crooks Jay Culberth Donna Dackow Macel Davis Claire Davis Ian Desousa Jennifer Diaz Emily Dillow Dinners Direct* Amy Donaldson* Dorothy Dorion Dunkin Donuts* Duval Assoc. of Educational Office of Professionals Cynthia Dymon Eastland Claire Elmore Environmental Services, Inc. Ruba Farah Irene Farwell Brock Fazzini Flippin’ Good Cookies* Heidi Forsythe Christi Fowler Martha Fraser Gasper & Irene Lazzara Charitable Foundation Megan Gaul Carol Gilham Lisa Giordana Susan Goebertus Sandy Golding Sara Goodin Larry Grogg William Gulliford Gumbo YA YA’s* Valeria Haak Nicholas Haak Jennifer Hagenbach Asher Haines Damien Haitsuka Cheryll Hall Asher Hanes Florence Haridan Stephanie Harriett
Monica Harris Michelle Harris Trisha Haskell Patricia Heard Holly Holthouse Mary Howard ING Theresa Jackson Pamela Jackson Michael Jackson Jacksonville Arboretum and Gardens* Jacksonville Bar Association Gena Jankowski Sharon Jaskula Michael Johnson Marcus Jones Juliette’s Bar at the Omni Hotel* Mike and Mary Jury Katherine Kasten Jackie Kelly Kilwin’s Chocolates, Fudge & Ice Cream* Susan King Linda King Beth Koonce Carri Kroehler Lynn Kuhlman Carol Lakkis Linda Lee Lori Lindsay James Loper* Helen Ludwig Charlene de Lugo Ralph Mancusi Brandon Maresma Kerri Masley Raymond Mason Susan Masucci Carolyn Mathis Kevin McDaniel Darec McDaniel* Carol Mele Donna Melogy Patrick Mency Carla Miller David Miller Michael Miller Cheryl Miskowiec Karen Mohler Donald Moore Lynn Mulherin Margaret Murphy Alana Muse Derek Naidoo Michael Neviaser New Balance Jacksonville Barry Newman North Beach Bistro* Elise Nowikowski Jennifer O’Donnell Naela Oshan Liz Palma Dhaval Patel Austin Patneau Kathleen Patneau Lynn Peters Sharon Phillips Charlene Poblete Brenda Polding Sheryl Pulley Johana Ramsey Travis Reap Doug Recker Bradford Reeder Julie Reeve Reflections of Nature* Donna Rex Louise Robbins Nisa Roberts Rogers Towers, P.A. Gerald Roske Desirae Royal Tony Rukab Todd Sager Donna Sauer Savor* Carolyn Schenker Terry Schreiber James Schreiber Karen Scolforo Jacqualyn Scuncio Kay Selah James Selzer William Simon SingleSource Jean Smith Chester Smith South Beach Jewelry, Inc. Susan Sowards Spectrum Signs & Graphics*
Michelle Starrett Eve Steer Mark and Carole Ann Steiger April Stephens Jeffrey Stone SUITE Tapas Lounge* Cristine Tennant James Thoermer Thurston Roberts Charitable Trust Myrsa Torres Trellises at the Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverfront* Kara Tucker Michele Tucker Craig Tucker United Way of Southeastern Pennsylvania UPS Aurora Vaca Kristen Vandenberg Rob Vanderbilt* Christina Villar Frank Wallmeyer Nina Waters Daniel Weinstock Cathy Wichert Julianna Williams Shelly Wilson Townya Wilson Connie Wilson Pamela Wilson World Relief * in-kind support # Monetary & in-kind support
Gifts in Honor Dr. Judith Smith by Bill Bade Marcia Pozin by Daniel Weinstock Gifts in Memory James Walter Miller by Brock Fazzini Senator Jim King by Linda King
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Be the change.
Published on Jul 27, 2012
HandsOn Jacksonville inspires, equips and mobilizes people to take action that changes the world. This is our community impact in 2011.