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Annual Report 2014-15 Leading the Path to Homeownership

Life’s Journey to the Destination of our Dreams A lot has been said about the journey being more important than the destination itself. But there are also many paths that can lead you to the same place. And often, the path you choose determines how prepared you are once you get there. Certain pathways allow you to learn new skills, sharpen your instincts, and make new partnerships that enrich your life. In 2014, Houston Habitat for Humanity created and implemented a 5-year Strategic Plan. The plan focuses our efforts on the needs of Houstonians, and gives us a clear direction to the future of Houston Habitat and the future of our partner families. To focus our work and make sure we are responding in the right way, we asked Houston families what were their greatest needs. Low income, hardworking families (many working two or more jobs to make ends meet) want the same as other families in Houston. All families want a decent place to live that is accessible to their work, their schools and their places of worship. We determined that Houston’s low income families needed a reasonable way to become home owners, or if they were already in a home, the chance to live there comfortably in their future years. What our partner families ask is simply the opportunity to get them on the path to their home ownership goal. Whether it was to build a new home, or to repair an existing home a home, Houston Habitat expanded its mission to include all of these to help others find the right course to their dreams.

Using our strategic plan as a road map, Houston Habitat can provide that path to sustainable home ownership. We wanted to create a strategy to ensure Houston Habitat is sustainable financially for the future and for the organization to expand and diversify our financial resources. We forged new strategic partnerships with other organizations to help our families’ along the way. Working with other organizations such as United Way of Greater Houston, 5th Ward CRC, the Tejano Center for Community Concerns, and the Houston Food Bank, Houston Habitat enlisted experts that empowered our families with the life skills needed for their journey. We implemented a Home Repair Program and began helping seniors with their repairs that will make their homes healthy and safe for their future. 12 repair projects were completed for senior homeowners. We launched a Veteran’s Initiative to build relations with the many veteran organizations in Houston. In 2014, Houston Habitat was able to repair 14 homes and build 2 new homes for deserving veterans. There are many paths in life. The route to homeownership is one of the most fulfilling and rewarding paths we can take. The path is a welltraveled road, bumpy at times, but one that we don’t mind traveling. Because at Houston Habitat, we know when we get there, we are home. Allison Hay, Executive Director

Leadership Staff: Controller Trish Sanders Development Director Angela Birch Cox Construction Director John Zabarowski Communications Director Denise W. Bates Family Services Manager Betty Barrientos Project Initiatives Manager Martha Korn Human Resources Manager Betty Baildon Office Manager Angela Allen ReStore Manager Todd Jordan


Along the Way

Executive Committee: Chairman Jim Proctor Vice Chair Gaynell Floyd Drexler


Secretary Glenn Godkin Treasurer John T. DuPree, CPA CFE Board of Directors: W. Kevin Campbell Brian Ching Stephen L. Goldberg Leslie Cobb Hector Leela Krishnamurthy Sherman Lewis III Tano Maenza Pam McGinnis Miles Milton Henry Richardson Bruce Stewart James L. Sturgeon

In many ways, 2014 was a pivotal year for Houston Habitat for Humanity. The organization has much to reflect on as we approach our 30th anniversary. We are closing in on our 1000th completed house and more than 150 Partner Families have paid off their mortgages with Houston Habitat. Those are surely two numbers to be proud of and illustrate that the faithfulness to the organization from board, staff, sponsors, family partners and volunteers continues to be strong after so many years. The best way we know how to honor that faithfulness is by keeping the torch lit for future families in need of decent housing, and by making sure it burns bright and attracts the kinds of support that makes Houston Habitat sustainable as long as the need for affordable housing exists. Our Five-year Strategic Plan focuses on three key elements for guaranteeing Houston Habitat’s success in achieving our mission: Operating with Excellence, Growing Skills & Leadership Capabilities, and Funding the Mission – three critical fundamentals that allow us to pump 94% of all donated dollars back into housing. The strategic plan, developed by the board and staff and implemented throughout the organization, has already lead to greater efficiency in operations, commonality of purpose and vision, and a sharp eye on the future. The plan is now referenced every time major decisions come before the board. In 2014 we were able to dispose of property we had in inventory that would have moved onto the tax rolls. Instead, we freed up much needed capital to restructure our debt and make much needed capital improvements. Our construction team made house plan re-designs that lowered costs and improved space utilization for families. We placed 23 families in homes and completed the build out of our fourth master planned community, Harrel Park, comprised of 111 homes. And we gave over 6,500 volunteers the chance of a lifetime to help families break the cycle of poverty through home ownership in a safe environment with neighbors who share the same dreams and aspirations.

Hank C. Tomlinson

To all who support Houston Habitat through your donations and volunteer work, thank you.

General Counsel: Antoinette “Toni” M. Jackson

Sincerely, Jim Proctor, Board Chair

Executive Director: Allison Hay


2014-15 Financial Report

Revenue, Gains and Support

Investment return, net, other income and other fees 4% Unrestricted contributions 2%

In-kind contributions of material ReStore sales, net of cost 2% of goods sold and donated inventory expense 4%

Rental income 2%

In-kind contributions of inventory 9%

Temporarily restricted contributions 25% Home and lot sales including mortgage discount amortization 52%


2014-15 Financial Report

Management and general 1%

Expenses Fundraising 5%

Program services 94%


Sponsors and Donors

Chevron U.S.A. Inc. Sisters Shuranda Rougeau and Sharita Rougeau were among the Family Partners in Houston Habitat for Humanity’s program in 2014, and going through the building process together was quite an experience for them. Shuranda, (who has 1 daughter) was excited to find out that she and her sister Sharita (2 daughters) would be living on the same street. “Now, if we need each other, we’ll be close by. Plus, our daughters are very close… like sisters. Now they will continue to grow up as sisters.” The sisters will be living right across the street from each other and as an added coincidence, they have been assigned to the two homes Chevron traditionally sponsors each year. With a long history of investing in communities in the Greater Houston Area through their Chevron Humankind initiative, Chevron contributes funding and volunteer hours to nonprofit organizations that address the building blocks of strong communities – basic human needs, education, housing, and economic development. “The outstanding work done by our team leaders and volunteers is vital for the success of our partnership with Houston Habitat for Humanity. This year [2014] we are building two houses during our 7-week-long Chevron Humankind Campaign, that serves Houston area nonprofits. This will total more than 30 homes built under this partnership over the past 15 years. It is truly a commitment to human energy with an exceptional outcome”, said Jeff Shellebarger, Chevron Humankind Champion and Chevron North America Exploration and Production President. We value our partnership with Chevron, and many other corporate partners who lend a hand up to families throughout the year.


We are so grateful to our supporters who have given their time, talents, and treasures. Special thanks to those individuals and organizations who made gifts of $500 or more (Our complete list of donors can be found at the end of this report)

Businesses, Foundations, Other Organizations, and Religious Groups AIG Albemarle Foundation Allstate Groundwater Control L.P. AMCAP Mortgage, Ltd. Anheuser Busch Foundation Apache Corporation Aramco Services Company Arup ASR Mechanical BASF Foundation USA Ben Key Construction BG Group Bloomberg Brentwood Baptist Church Briggs Equipment Burleson, LLP CGG Services US, Inc. Chapelwood United Methodist Church Chevron Humankind Matching Gift Program Chevron Matching Employee Funds YourCause Chevron Services Company Chevron U.S.A. Inc. Choose Energy, Inc. Citigroup Foundation CNA Foundation Community Bank of Texas ConocoPhillips Company Constellation Energy CoreNet Houston Emerging Leaders

Daikin North America LLC In addition to providing $250,000 in HVAC systems for Habitat affiliates across the country, Daikin donated eight 5-Ton commercial HVAC units to replace the 20 yearold units in our ReStore. The new units reduced the average temperature of our 22,000 sq. ft. building by ten degrees and significantly reduced our annual utility cost. Moreover, Daikin employees have become advocates for Houston Habitat by volunteering over 2,275 hours, participating in a workplace giving program, whose impact is amplified by a matching gift from the company and by spreading the word about Houston Habitat’s path to affordable home ownership.

“The ache for home lives in all of us. The safe place where we can go as we are and not be questioned.” ― Maya Angelou, All God's Children Need Traveling Shoes


Businesses, Foundations, Other Organizations, and Religious Groups Daikin North America LLC Daniel Measurement and Control Dave and Martha Swift Charitable Foundation Dynamo Charities Inc. Enbridge Energy Company, Inc. Encore Capital Group, Inc. Exelon Generation Company ExxonMobil Foundation ExxonMobil Foundation ExxonMobil Foundation Volunteer Involvement Program Feld Entertainment, Inc. Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund First Congregational Church of Houston GE Power Systems George and Mary Josephine Hamman Foundation Gimmal LLC Girl Friends, Inc. Houston Chapter GlaxoSmithKline Goodman Manufacturing Company, L.P. Grace Fellowship United Methodist Church Greater Houston Community Foundation Halcόn Resources Halliburton Giving Choices HCCS - Harris County Community Supervision and Correction H-E-B Helen and Edward Oppenheimer Foundation Hess Corporation HFHI - Habitat for Humanity International Hill Country Furniture Partners dba Ashley Furniture

GE Power Systems True to the company’s innovatiive culture, GE was instrumental in the growth of our solar program, having installed residential solar systems on five Houston Habitat homes and thereby making them more affordable by providing clean, reliable power and reduced utility costs to hard-working families. GE also partnered with our Family Services team to spread the Habitat good news to veteran families by introducing Houston Habitat to its network of local and national veterans’ organizations.

Wells Fargo Bank In addition to partnering with Houston Habitat to build affordable housing, Wells Fargo provides one-on-one financial education and training to our partner families. This year, we expanded that training to include the children of our partner families, so financial literacy and good financial habits are a family affair. Now, the entire family is vested in ensuring a great financial future!

"When you grow up poor, you dream of just having a home, and a bed that's clean — that's a sanctuary. ” Actress Viola Davis


Businesses, Foundations, Other Organizations, and Religious Groups HomeStores Hoover Slovacek LLP Houston Area Chapter of the National Association of Residential Property Managers, Inc. Houston Bar Association Houston Methodist Hospital Houston's First Baptist Church IBM Employee Services Center Isla Carroll Turner Friendship Trust JMIV Investments, Inc./ Rockspring Capital Joule Processing LLC KBR Community Matters Program KPRC-TV Key Energy Services Koinonia Financial Kuraray America Inc. Lowes Corporation Marathon Oil Corporation Marathon Oil PAC Matching Gift Program Momentum Motiva Enterprises LLC National Christian Foundation Houston Nexen Petroleum U.S.A. Inc. NiSource Noble Energy Inc. Occidental Petroleum Corporation P & N Machine Co., Inc. Pejaver Family Foundation Phillips 66 Raymond James Charitable Endowment Fund Rice University Round House Racing Schlumberger Technology Corporation

The Dow Chemical Company Thanks to Dow, a Houston Habitat family are the very first Houstonians to have Dow POWERHOUSE™ solar roof shingles on their roof. Dow donated the shingles and Brinkmann Quality Roofing installed them on the Martinez family home, sponsored by Dow. Dow’s generosity contributed to the overall financial sustainability of the homeowner, significantly reducing the home's energy costs, and allowed Dow employees to show the 'Dow Cares' spirit by giving back to the community in which they work and live.

"It is in the hands of God, whom I worship." ~ President Jimmy Carter.


Businesses, Foundations, Other Organizations, and Religious Groups Schwab Charitable Fund Shell Chemical LP - Base Chemicals Americas Shell Oil Company Foundation Matching Gifts Siemens Caring Hands Foundation Silicon Valley Chevron Humankind SM Energy Company Sovereign Bank Spring Woods United Methodist Women St. Peter's United Methodist Church St. Philip's United Methodist Church Stout Risius Ross, Inc. Strake Foundation Structural Preservation Systems SunGard Consulting Services The Dow Chemical Company, Houston, TX The Dow Chemical Company, Midland, MI The Dow Chemical Company, Pevely, MO The Glassell Family Foundation, Inc. The Home Depot Foundation The Kinkaid School The Rotary Club of Northshore The Village School Habitat for Humanity Club The Vivian L. Smith Foundation Todd Torczon and Maureen Johnson Charitable Fund TransCanada USA Services, Inc. Travelers Insurance United Way of Greater Houston University of Houston Center for Student Involvement Vaco Resources Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program Wells Fargo Bank Wells Fargo Foundation Woodforest National Bank

KPRC-TV In 2014, KPRC Click 2 Houston (NBC) put on their angel wings for Kimberly Hudson, a single mother of 4, who was very determined that her children would grow up in a place they could really call home. Because of the generosity of KPRC and their corporate sponsors, The Hudson family now has a place of their own free from the many challenges of crowed apartment living, and is enjoying all the opportunities affordable living has to give.

"A house is made with walls and beams. A home is made with love and dreams.“

Author Unknown


Individual Donors

District D Repairs Council Member Dwight Boykins, Seniors Assistance Fund Inc., and Houston Habitat for Humanity teamed up to conduct minor home repairs for seniors to help strengthen neighborhoods throughout Houston’s District D area. The Seniors Assistance Fund works to ensure a minor home repair does not become a major concern for senior citizens. It is critical to address the need for access to basic services, which affect a senior citizen's quality of life. Seniors who are on a fixed income, often can’t afford to fix damages and disrepair to their homes. The goal of the partnership and home repair projects was to ensure a safe and reliable living environment for senior citizens in this historic district.

Deborah G Adams Elva N Anderson Anonymous Scott Arnold Rebecca M. Babcock Yvonne Barry Pamela J. Batiste Ransom Becker Philip Beekman Alan Bell Arno Bommer Brigitte Z Bosarge Robert Boyd Annette C Bracey Diana Brown W Kevin Campbell Martha D Carey Wendy Carmichael Melanie Castleberry Jon Clayton Tom Cooney Angela Birch Cox Ronald Crabtree David Cunningham Abhoy Das Cindy & Doug Davey James S. Davidson III Alex & Marcia Dennison Bradley B Dennison Dwight A. Dittmar Gaynell Floyd Drexler Diane M Driscoll Sharon Edwards Victoria Eliason Dayna Ellison Gerry Elphingstone Michelle French

Douglas F Garrison James Gilligan Gary Godwin Walter S Going Stephen L. Goldberg Vladimir Gorescu Angela Gunden Alan K. Hadfield Michael Hawes Allison and Michael Hay Byronne J Hearn Jenna Hearn Leslie Hector Kristin Helpingstine Regenia Hicks Michael Holloman William Holloway Roberto Iglesias Antoinette M "Toni" Jackson Bethany Daliege and Jeffery J Jacobsen Charles Johnson Claudette N Johnson Andrew Jones Linda Kane Alain Katic Gloria Keehner Sarah Kellogg Joseph A. and Kathleen B. Klingshirn William Knight William Knull Stephen Patrick Koch Martha Korn Nicholas Korwin Nitish Kosaraju Leela & Natesan Krishnamurthy Andy & Cindy Lane William Le Sage

“At the end of the day, it isn’t where I came from. Maybe home is somewhere I’m going and never have been before.” ― Warsan Shire


Individual Donors Andy & Cindy Lane William Le Sage Phillip Leonard Renee Logans Brent & Priscilla Lowery Kristin M Marczak Jerry Martin Oscar H. Martinez Jim McComas Pamela J McGinnis Katherine & Anthony W. McLain Christopher L Medina James W Meek Robert Meek William Meek Katharine Meeks Paul V. Messina Lynn Miche Jaime Middleton Tina Middleton Manish Misra William Morey Peter Morgan Rene Mouledoux Sharon Abu Muhor David Nock H. Lee Norris Tom & Patti Owens Anthony Pagnotta George Parkenham Mr. & Mrs. Angelo Parrish Mary Pinkelman

Charles F Presley James L Proctor Dawn M Putaturo Samantha Rainman Suzanne H Riggenbach Gay A Roane Susan E Robertson Robert N Ryan Tambrey Sims Richard L. Sitton Trina Stanfield Bruce J Stewart Lory Tauber Robert Tenczar Richard Tennille Paul B and Frances Lenora Terry Jr Gilbert and Brenda Thompson Nathan Thompson Steve Thomson Sonja Thornton Susie Hu Ting Sonya Troullier John T. Unger John R. Vanderzyl Chella Ware Brad & Denise Williams Paul Woldan Hal G Wolff Bill Wong Penny Yost Jeremy J. and Sharon P. Zimmerman Richard M & Linda Zoll

Women Working Wonders Moved by one home owner’s story of struggle and triumph, these women who are friends, coworkers, family members and business associates formed a group to participate in the 2014 Habitat for Humanity Women Build. In a matter of weeks, WWW raised over $10,000 and along with a few good men, helped to build a home for a single mom and her family.

“Man wanted a home, a place for warmth, or comfort, first of physical warmth, then the warmth of the affections.” ― Henry David Thoreau, Walden


3750 N. McCarty St. Houston, TX 77029

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Our Mission: Seeking to put God’s love to action, Houston Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope.

"The home represents the most precious human treasures, that of encounter, that of relations among people, different in age, culture and history, but who live together and together help one another to grow. For this reason, the home is a crucial place in life, where life grows and can be fulfilled, because it is a place in which every person learns to receive love and to give love." ~Pope Francis


Houston Habitat for Humanity, with community minded sponsors and volunteers, has built almost 1,000 homes with hard-working, low-income Houstonians in mind. Habitat Partner Families contribute 300 hours of “sweat equity� including financial and home ownership training in helping to build their own homes. They purchase their homes with zero-interest mortgages. For more information about Houston Habitat and the Houston Habitat ReStore – a nonprofit home improvement store and donation center open to the public, go to, or call 713-671-9993. Houston Habitat for Humanity is a tax-exempt 501(C) (3) nonprofit organization. Your gift is tax-deductible as allowed by law.

3750 N. McCarty St. ~ Houston, TX 77029 ~ 713.671.9993 ~

2014-2015 Donors Sergio Abbud Viatcheslav Abramiants Carolyn Adams Deborah G Adams Roy Adams James Addison AIG Alan Charles Mattingly and Lara Simpson Albemarle Foundation Peri Alkas Allstate Groundwater Control L.P. Isobel Almaguer AmazonSmile Foundation Ltd. AMCAP Mortgage Elva N Anderson Jane and John Anderson Tammy Anderson Anheuser Busch Foundation Anonymous Apache Corporation Aramco Services Company David Armiger Fred and Ramona Arnold Scott Arnold James Arrow

Beryl Basham Bruce E. Bass Denise Bates Pamela J. Batiste Ralph Baughman Richard Beall Bronwyn and Paul Beauchamp Gary Beauchamp Ransom Becker Philip Beekman Crystal Jeannine Beisert Alan Bell Corry Bell Ben Key Construction Derek Benner Mary Benton Joy Bernhardt David Berry Best Buy - YourCause BG Group BHP Billiton Petroleum Matched Giving Anthonies and Isabella Blanco Bim Andrea Birch Bobette Bisbee Teresa Bitner

Arup ASR Mechanical Lori Assaf Inc. AT&T Services Deborah Gayle Atkins Linda and Richard Avery Rebecca M. Babcock Jean Bacilieri Jeannie Bailey Michael Crewshawn Bailey Phyllis J Bailey Robert Baillio Faye K. Baker R. Christopher Baker Colleen Banks Tom & Janice Baranowski Jacquelyn Barish Blair Barnett Henry R. Barracano Michelle Barrett Pat Barrett Betty Barrientos Yvonne Barry Diana Barton BASF Foundation USA

Karen Bledsoe Bloomberg Michelle Blumenthal Annette J. Blythe Gerald C Bolden Tiffany Bollis Arno Bommer Farrell Bonner William F. Borgsteadt Brigitte Z Bosarge Dwayne D Bourque Robert Boyd BP Fabric of America Fund Inc. BP Foundation Annette C Bracey John R. Braddock Daniel M. Brener Lynn Brent Brentwood Baptist Church Annette Brewster Elizabeth Jeanette Bridges Lindsey Brier Stephen J. Briggs Briggs Equipment Liz Brisco

2014-2015 Donors Cody F Britton Timothy C Brogan Diana Brown Diana H. Brown Kerry Brown Connie Bryant Deborah Bryant Cynthia Buchanan Cheryl A Buckingham Buddy Doyles Diagnostic Car Clinic Tameika S Buggage LLP Burleson Carol A Burton Steven Buxbaum Sheron Caesar Chris Caldwell California Resource CorporatIon Bronwyn Campbell Elizabeth A. Campbell W Kevin Campbell Carolyn B Cannon Larry Richard Capasso Pam Carabotta James M Carey Martha D Carey

Jared Clayton Jon Clayton E. Clendenin Paul D Clote CNA Foundation Alfred Colbert Carlos X. Collantes Community Bank of Texas Felicia Compian Gennaro Conforti ConocoPhillips Company Constellation Energy Hope A Cook Thomas Cooney Tom Cooney JoAnn Cooper Russell Coots CoreNet Houston Emerging Leaders Christine Corrales Sarah Courtney Jack Cowan Angela Birch Cox Cary M Cox Michael Cox Sue Cox

Laurie Carlisle Wendy Carmichael Michael Carpenter Darryl Carr William Carr Melanie Castleberry M. Helen Cavazos Carrie Cazes Dianna Cervantes Inc. CGG Services US Chapelwood United Methodist Church Richard Chapman Robert B. Chapman Nancy Cheng Chevron Humankind Matching Gift Program Chevron Matching Employee Funds YourCause Chevron Services Company Chevron U.S.A. Inc. Terrie J Childers Brian Ching Michael Chisholm Lisa M Chladek Inc. Choose Energy Pradeep Chunchu Citigroup Foundation

Ronald Crabtree Donald Crawford Lucy H. Crowgey Jimmy Cummings Angelique B Cunningham David Cunningham an DonBosco Daniel Measurement and Control David M Daniels Robert S Darling Abhoy Das Pia Das Jerry Dattilo Dave and Martha Swift Charitable Foundation Wallace and Norma Davenport Cindy & Doug Davey David Duerr and Ms. Roberta Apolant James S. Davidson III Grayson Davis Mark Davis Mary Davis Beverly J Dawson April Day Florene Dean Chris Deibert

2014-2015 Donors Alex & Marcia Dennison Bradley B Dennison Kajal Desai Mona N Desai Sudha Desai Archangela DeSilva Wayne Dewstow John A Dickinson Inka Cajo Didelija Allan & Donna Dieter Sarah Dietrich Mukucha Abedi Dieudonne Trish Dimas Amy C. Dinn Dwight A. Dittmar Myra Dobbs Gwen Dobrowski Ed Donahue Grant Dorfman Peter Dotsey Richard Dow James Doyle Ty Doyle Susan Dray Ron Drees

Eloise S. Leonard Gerry Elphingstone Inc. Enbridge Energy Company Inc. Encore Capital Group Enrique Guevara Construction Enterprise Training Solutions EOG Resources Dona Marie Erb Eric Erickson Irene Escobar Christy Esmahan Sharice Estrada William Ewing Exelon Generation Company ExxonMobil Foundation ExxonMobil Foundation ExxonMobil Foundation Volunteer Involvement Program Stephan Fairfield Jerry Falligant Chad Fargason Jack Farley James & Sandra Farrar Michael Feaga Feld Entertainment, Inc. David Feldman

Gaynell Floyd Drexler Diane M Driscoll Larry & Virginia Driver Victor D'Souza Jennie & Robert Duffy Coco Dughi Kelly Dunnbier Janice M. Duplechain John Dupree Nancy & Michael Durrschmidt Duane Dyckman Dynamo Charities Inc. Rodney A. Dyson Mary C. Eckhart Amanda K Edwards John Edwards Sharon Edwards Thomas Edwards Dean A Eicher Mike Eichner Kindel L Elam Lawrence Elber Jose Eleazar Victoria Eliason Dayna Ellison

Tucker Fendon Patrice Ferguson Robin Ferguson Louis J. Fernandez Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Catherine Field Brad Fink First Congregational Church of Houston Renee Fisher Michael R. Fitzgibbons Alicia Flarity Bentura Flores Don A Flowers Fluor Foundation Matching Funds Nick Fowler Andy and Lara Fox Dan Fox Gary and Mary Jo Fox Melissa Fox Olivia Fox Rob Fox Todd Frankfort Elizabeth and Ralph Frankowski Cesarero Fredes Chuck Freer

2014-2015 Donors Michelle French Robert J. and Martha French Lisa Friedlander Jan Fuerst Jodi Fugate Fulbright & Jaworski L.L.P. Stewart Gagnon Danny Gaitan Tracie Galindo Nora J Ganslen Linda Garber Martha Garcia Phil Garcia Larry Garmezy Douglas F Garrison Sandi J. Gaston GE Power Systems Antje Gee George and Mary Josephine Hamman Foundation Robert Gibbs Stephan D Gibens Lorraine S Gibson Mike Giles James Gilligan John Gilmour Gimmal LLC Inc. Houston Chapter Girl Friends Giving Library GlaxoSmithKline Cynthia Glenney Kristen Z Glywasky Dolores Goble Glenn Godkin Gary Godwin Walter S Going Stephen L. Goldberg Millicent Goldschmidt Catherine Goodman L.P. Goodman Manufacturing Company Mark Goodson Google TRIPS for Charity Tonya Goosen Avryl N. Gordon Vladimir Gorescu Jeffrey A Goss Richard A Gould Grace Fellowship United Methodist Church Kurt Granhold Greater Houston Community Foundation Ann Patton Greene

Mary Grace Greenwood Vicky A Gregorcyk Donna Grill Jacob Guadian Angela Gunden Judy L. Gutierrez Stacey Guynes Alan K. Hadfield Halc὚n Resources Elizabeth Hall Ursula A Hall Halliburton Giving Choices Mary C Halquist Jennifer and Tom Hannigan Laura Hannusch Stephen Hanrahan Patti L. Hanson Scottie Hardy Grace Harms Robert Harrell Sandra S. Harrington Harris and Eliza Kempner Fund Stephanie Lucas Harrison L.L.P. Hasley Scarano Aweis Hassan Ray Allan Hatch Loral M.C. Haus Michael Hawes Allison Hay Catherine Hay Lyda Hazzard HCCS - Harris County Community Supervision and Correction Byronne J Hearn Jenna Hearn Denise N Heather H-E-B Leslie Hector Brian Heins Helen and Edward Oppenheimer Foundation Kristin Helpingstine Michael Hemmi Denerick Henderson Wallace Henderson Anna Henry Phil and Janet Heppard Sanford and Ruth Herman Robert Herrington Cynthia Herzog Ed Hess Hess Corporation

2014-2015 Donors

Edwin Hessel HFHI - Habitat for Humanity International Susan Uguccioni Hiatt Regenia Hicks Joan Higginbotham Jan & Bob Higgins Adam Amanda N. Hill Noelle C. Hill Hill Country Furniture Partners dba Ashley Furniture HomeStores Marilyn Hilty Helena Karlberg Hippard HLD Services, Inc. Melodye Hodges Cynthia Ann Hogwood Charla Hollingsworth Michael Holloman William Holloway Kevin Holmes Andrew Holum The Home Depot Foundation Nasim Hoomanrad Hoover Slovacek LLP Glenda Hopkins Shirley Hopkins Houston Area Chapter of the National Association of Residential Property Managers, Inc. Houston Bar Association Houston Endowment, Inc. Houston Habitat for Humanity Houston Habitat for Humanity Endowment Houston Methodist Hospital Houston Triangle Fraternity Houston's First Baptist Church Gregg Howsmon Rob Hubbert Don and Helen Huey James Hughes Jillian & James Hughes Joe G and Cassandra Hunter Preston Hutson Maria R. Ibarra IBM Employee Services Center Roberto Iglesias Isla Carroll Turner Friendship Trust Antoinette M "Toni" Jackson Cynthia Jackson Bethany Daliege Jacobsen Jeffery J Jacobsen Brian Jansen Bruce Jansen Steven Jansen

Janus Design Ramsey Jarun effrey Dravis and Evelyn Parks Jerry Built Holcombe, LLC Tony Jiang Ann Jircik JMIV Investments, Inc./ Rockspring Capital John and Laura Arnold Foundation Andrea M. Johnson Brad Johnson Charles Johnson Claudette N Johnson Teria M. Johnson Wendy M Johnson Steve Johnstone Andrew Jones Ashley Markesha Jones Kimberly Jones Lisa S Jones Michael and Josephine Jones Kelly Jordan Kerry Jordan Abraham Joseph Joule Processing LLC JP Morgan Chase Foundation Deb Jung Marguerite Dee Jurilla JustGive Linda Kane Martin Kaplan Michael C Karas Alain Katic Katy Rotary Club KBR Community Matters Program Gloria Keehner R Keen John Kelley Sarah Kellogg Philip & Elizabeth Kelly Key Energy Services Barbara Kilby Woon T Kim Shari King Daniel Kish Loren Klaus Susan Klaveness Kathy Klimpel Joseph A. and Kathleen B. Klingshirn William Knight Thomas Knode William Knull

2014-2015 Donors Stephen Patrick Koch Koinonia Financial Martha Korn Nicholas Korwin Nitish Kosaraju Jerry Alan Kovaly Kreindler & Associates Leela & Natesan Krishnamurthy Kroger Community Rewards William N Kuhn Fred Kunzinger Dennis Kupec Kuraray America Inc. Fabien Lagoutte Gerald A. Lamb Kent Lamb Patrick Lamb Richard Lammons Andy & Cindy Lane J Burke Lane Carol Lange Pauline Langenkamp Robert Larson James Latimer William Le Sage Judy J Lee Lori Lee Rick Lehrmann Jeanne Lelley Judith Lenox Phillip Leonard Hal Lerman JoAnne Levy Latosha T Lewis Joaleen Nell Lightsey Richard and Gwen Lilliott Allan Lim Kathryn Limerick John Linderman James Lipetska Christa Lockwood Jeri Lynn Lockwood Renee Logans Todd M Lonergan Stephen W. Long Crisgean Losbanos Brent & Priscilla Lowery Lowes Corporation J. Patrick Luby

Cynthia Lugtu Jonathan Lugtu Gretchen Kay Lutz James Mabrey Bruce B Mack Robert and Dolores Mack Ann Mackey Steve MacWilliams Dennis Maggi Michael Mahoney Jenna Mai Samir Malaty David Malin Marathon Oil Corporation Marathon Oil PAC Matching Gift Program Filipinas Marbid Carri M Marchesi Kristin M Marczak Karin Marshall Randy Marshall Randy & Cindy Marshall William P. Marshall Barbara & Greg Martin Jerry Martin Karen L Martin Amanda Martinez Oscar H. Martinez Mickey Marvins Emil Mateker B Lynn Mathre Mary-Margaret Matranga Michael Matula John Maxell Lisa Mayer Ronald and Lauralynn Mayfield William L. Maynard Christy McBurnett Jennifer McCasland Scott McCay Jim McComas John McCrary Shawn P McDermott Todd McDougall Pamela J McGinnis Katherine & Anthony W. McLain Joy C McNair Meadowbrook Garden Club Kurt D & Britney Meckfessel Christopher L Medina James W Meek

2014-2015 Donors Robert Meek William Meek Katharine Meeks Christianne Melanson Members Give Michael W Mengis Catherine Mentzer Merck Employee Giving Campaign JC Merene Juanito Merene Clayton Merritt Helene M Mertz Paul V. Messina Lynn Miche Microsoft Matching Gifts Program Jaime Middleton Tina Middleton Willie Miles Michael Miller Jeff Millikin Miles Milton Jeffrey Mindrebo Manish Misra Momentum Phillip R Moncrief

Larry and Jennifer Nettles Lawrence Neumeister Nexen Petroleum U.S.A. Inc. Thanh Nguyen NiSource Noble Energy Inc. David Nock Britton A Norris H. Lee Norris James R Obermeier Nancy O'Brien Occidental Petroleum Corporation Aracely Oliva Cameron Olson Robert OMalley Stacy Ouseph Tom & Patti Owens P & N Machine Co., Inc. Robert Kelly Pace Sue Page Anthony Pagnotta Steve V Paguio Jr Mary Papageorge George Parkenham Mr. & Mrs. Angelo Parrish

Benito Montemayor Darcia Moon Dewita Moore Douglas H Moore, Jr. Rosalon Moorhead Omar Moran William Morey Peter Morgan Morgan Moore Construction Company John W Morris Motiva Enterprises LLC Gretchen Mott Rene Mouledoux Robbie Mouton Mr. David Steffen and Ms. Agnes Schonbrunn Mr. Douglas L. Williams & Ms. Janice Robertson Darla Mueller Thomas Mueller Sharon Abu Muhor Matthew A Murphy Phillip Myint National Christian Foundation Houston Brian Nehls Ivory V& Patricia A Nelson Terry Nelson

Dimple Patel Monica Singh Patel Pamela Patel Doug Payne Adam Paz Timothy Adam Paz PDQ Machine Shop, Inc. Alice Pearson Pejaver Family Foundation Gunther Pelipada Rosa Pena Katherine Perez Brent Perry Theola Petteway Kevin Pfeffer Rob Phillips Phillips 66 Mary Pinkelman Erik & Mandy Plate Allan D. Plumb Trisha S Pollard Linda Powers Sarah Ann Powers Charles F Presley PricewaterhouseCoopers

2014-2015 Donors James L Proctor Dawn M Putaturo Michael Quearry Carole P Quenzer Michael P Quirino Samantha Rainman Adrian Ramirez Richard A. Ramirez Deborah J Ramser Lauren Ramsey Randalls Good Neighbor Program Raymond Randle Raymond James Charitable Endowment Fund Harry M. Reasoner Babylin Rebustillo Vanessa T Reed Reese Electric Carrie D Reid Mollie Renteria Donald W. Rice Rice University Roger Richard Christopher W Richardson Elizabeth A Richardson Suzanne H Riggenbach

Russell and Kathy Rudy Lynne H. Rumford James A. Ruoff Blaire Ryan Matt Ryan Robert Ryan Robert N Ryan Thomas and Emily Ryan Maria Salas Mendoza Salem Lutheran Church Eugene Oniel Sam Theresa L. San Miguel Daniel Sanborn Patricia Sanders Keith Sappenfield David Ward and Ann Saterbak Helen and Danny Savitzky Jean Scates Craig Scharton Schlumberger Technology Corporation Leslie Ann Schmidt Richard Schoenberg Lionel Schooler Mary Schulist Schwab Charitable Fund

Heidi & Christopher Riggs Neal Rigney Joseph H & Helene J Ringer Gay A Roane Robert Half International Group Leisa Roberts Takiyah Roberts Susan E Robertson Cora Robinson Ruth Robinson Sally Robinson Constantino Rodriguez Gabriel Rodriguez Jerry R & Donna W Rogers Manuel Romaro Jeanette Romo Luis Romo Mike Root Charmaine Fitzgerald Rose Richard Rosenbaum Ronald O Ross Jr Allan Rossi Round House Racing Rick Routzon Marc HFHH Rozner

Floyd Scott Jr Sean Sedlock Scott Seltzer Inc. Senior Assistance Fund Eric B. Sheffield Shell Chemical LP - Base Chemicals Americas Shell Oil Company Foundation Matching Gifts Victor Shiu Siemens Caring Hands Foundation Paul Sikes Silicon Valley Chevron Humankind Charles Silverman Tambrey Sims Arti Singh Gail Siptak Richard L. Sitton Louis Skidmore William Sloan Jr. SM Energy Company Lillie Smirak Betty Rosignon Smith Douglas & Coleen Smith Drue Smith Jacqueline D Smith James Smith

2014-2015 Donors Jill Smith Marsha L. Smith William F Smith Jeff & Sherri Sokoly LeChauncy Solari James Sorgini Michael Sosso Bethany R Soule Sovereign Bank Sue R Spang Ann W. Sparker William Spencer Spring Woods United Methodist Women St. Peter's United Methodist Church St. Philip's United Methodist Church Trina Stanfield Dolores Stanley Gary Stenerson Dina Stephenson James M Stephenson Renne and Larry Stern Bruce J Stewart Kenneth Stewart Anna Still Xavier Stokes Roy Richard and Audrey Bailey Stolting Nathan Stotts Stout Risius Ross, Inc. Strake Foundation Adorn Strambler Michelle Sims Stranger John B. Strasburger Michael E Strickler Structural Preservation Systems Vincent and Ginger Stubbs Beth B. Stump Karen Subieta Daniel J. Sulak Randeep Suneja SunGard Consulting Services Superior Paint Works, Inc Stephen C. Sye Barbara A. Sykora Gail F Taber Sharma Tadepalli Kathleen Tal Rusty Tamlyn David W Tauber Lory Tauber Dorothy R Taylor

Janice Taylor Paul Temme Edwina Temple Robert Tenczar Richard Tennille Willem and Anneke Tenwolde Paul B and Frances Lenora Terry Jr Beth Test Roberta S. Thames Mary C. Thayer The Dow Chemical Company, Pevely, MO The Dow Chemical Company, Midland, MI The Dow Chemical Company, Houston, TX The Dow Chemical Company PAC Matching Gift, Midland, MI The Glassell Family Foundation, Inc. The Hartford The Kinkaid School The Rotary Club of Northshore The Village School Habitat for Humanity Club The Vivian L. Smith Foundation Cheryl Thomas Marla Thomas Gilbert and Brenda Thompson Nathan Thompson Roger Walker Thompson Steve Thomson Sonja Thornton Cade Timbers Susie Hu Ting Katherine J Tipton Natalie Tod Todd Torczon and Maureen Johnson Charitable Fund Jun Too Joe Torres Inc. TransCanada USA Services Travelers Insurance Tiffany Travis Patty Keenon Tremble Sonya Troullier Margaret & Robert Tucker Peter D Turchi Don Turkleson Ryan Alan Turnbow Clif Twaddle UBS Financial Services Inc. John T. Unger United Way of Greater Houston University of Houston Center for Student Involvement Ruby M. Upton Vaco Resources

2014-2015 Donors Tom Van Akkeren Scott Van Meter Carol Vance John R. Vanderzyl Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program Kevin Vargas Arlene Veach Ganesh & Annie Venkataramanan Craig Venson Piet Victor Virginia G. Hodge and Bruce F. Nichols Oscar Viteri Scott Voelkel Keith L Vogel Harold & Mary Wade Frederick Wagner Rosemarie Waiand Fred L. & Linda M. Walker Margaret Walker Sharron Wall Connie and John Wallace Paul Wallace Jillian Walsh Larry and Cheryl Walter Chella Ware John Warley Nathan S. Wasserstrum Debra Watkins Harry and Toni Watson Robert Webb Gerald Weeden Stephen Weil Wells Fargo Bank Wells Fargo Foundation Kevin West Mary Wey Gordon White Rob Whitley Joan Whorton Virginia Ellen Wiggins Linda Wild Ann & Larry Williams Brad & Denise Williams Willie D. Williams, Jr. Julie Williams Katrice M Williams Samuel Williams Wright Williams James Williams III Patricia Williamson

Sue Willits Danna J Wills Ben & Candee Wilson Voe E Wilson Judith Winograd Lanell Wiseman Paul Woldan Christina Lynnette Wolf H Peterson Wolf Hal G Wolff Bill Wong Gary L. Wooddell Woodforest National Bank Sherry Wyntjes Barbara R. Yantis David Yost Penny Yost Phyllis Young Sherrice Young John & Stephanie Zaborowski Alicia R. Zambrano Isaac, Morgan and Hudson Zimmerer Jeremy J. and Sharon P. Zimmerman Richard M & Linda Zoll Eva C. Zubel Zurich American Insurance

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