STAFF Andrea Bazán-Manson President Linda Depo Philanthropic Services Associate Beverley Francis Director of Philanthropic Services Jodi Hubble Director of Communications Krystin Jorgenson Controller Lori O’Keefe Philanthropic Services Liaison Beth Rayburn Information Associate Kristen Brown Smalley Gift Planning Advisor Fred S. Stang Director of Development Shannon E. St. John Senior Consultant Jill Turner Executive Assistant
TRIANGLE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION
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Our Mission, Our Vision . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Project Lifeboat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Annual Message and Welcome . . . . . . . . . 2
Create A Charitable Fund . . . . . . . . . . 17
Leadership. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Use Real Estate for Change . . . . . . . . . 20
Committees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Donor Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 New Funds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Donor Proﬁles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Existing Funds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Darryl Lester . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Grantmaking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
The Holtons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Grants . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Dot Borden . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
The George H. Hitchings Society . . . . . . 43
Sougata Mukherjee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Scholarships . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Contributors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 Financials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
TRIANGLE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION
ANNUAL REPORT JULY 1, 2004 – JUNE 30, 2005
Our Mission The mission of Triangle Community Foundation is to expand private philanthropy in the communities of Wake, Durham, Orange, and Chatham counties. The Foundation perceives philanthropy to entail the gifting of assets for charitable purposes, and the use of those assets to create meaningful impact. The Foundation encourages individuals, families, and corporations to become effective and strategic philanthropists. In accomplishing its mission, the Foundation seeks to increase donors’ satisfaction with their philanthropy, and, more importantly, increase the inﬂuence of their giving and its beneﬁt to the public good.
Our Vision The vision of Triangle Community Foundation is to transform philanthropic impulse to community results. We seek to understand donors’ philanthropic goals and help them reach them by providing expertise, resources, and services to address their interests in creative and signiﬁcant ways. The Foundation strives to create engaged, proactive philanthropists who will plant the seeds for a thriving community.
Annual Message LIVE THE POSSIBILITIES
I’ve had the privilege of being Chair of the Board of Directors during a momentous period at the Foundation. This ﬁscal year, the Foundation realized a signiﬁcant goal by reaching the $100 million asset mark. During this year we also honored the rich legacy that Shannon St. John, founding President of the Foundation, left the community as she stepped down from her role. And, in September of this year, Andrea Bazán-Manson joined the Foundation as President. Under Andrea’s leadership, we look forward to continued growth of the Foundation and to the continued expansion of services to the community. During my tenure, I’ve had the pleasure of working with the Foundation’s dedicated staff to help us truly “live the possibilities.” As fundholders, my wife, Prue, and I have had the pleasure of bringing our “possibilities” to the Foundation for guidance. In my unique role as Chair of the Foundation, I’ve had the privilege of playing a role in the transformation of the Foundation’s assets and knowledge to real change in the community. Examples of ways in which the Foundation has helped individuals and families make their charitable mark on the region can be found on pages 7-15 of this report. We can all be proud to live in a region that boasts a unique diversity of people, charitable passions, and community action. The Community Foundation is a beacon in our region that ensures that its people are celebrated, its dreams realized, and its issues addressed. It’s a place where you can safely invest, grow, and leverage your charitable dollars to meet your goals for change in the community. Using the Foundation’s resources and expertise, the possibilities are endless. As Chair of the Foundation’s dedicated and committed board, and as a member of the Foundation’s family of fundholders, I invite you to live the possibilities that Triangle Community Foundation presents. Thank you for your continued commitment and support.
TRIANGLE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION
Triangle Community Foundation welcomes Andrea Bazán-Manson. After a nationwide search, the Foundation’s board selected Bazán-Manson to lead the Foundation as President. She took over the reigns in late September, 2005. Andrea served as the ﬁrst Executive Director for El Pueblo, a NC public policy organization, and she was a lobbyist at the NC General Assembly and at the national level. Under Governor Hunt’s administration, Bazán-Manson worked at the NC Ofﬁce of Minority Health, and she also worked on various research projects at the UNC School of Public Health. She is a William C. Friday Fellow for Human Relations, and has been twice named “Tarheel of the Week” by the News and Observer. She sits on a number of boards including the John Rex Endowment, the NC Center for NonProﬁts, and the National Council of La Raza. Governor Mike Easley appointed her to the NC Medical Care Commission and the NC Institute of Medicine. Enthusiastic about the future Andrea says, “Triangle Community Foundation is a treasure in the region, and I am honored to lead the organization in its mission to connect donors with important community efforts.”
Peter J. Meehan, Board Chairman
ANNUAL REPORT JULY 1, 2004 – JUNE 30, 2005
Leadership BOARD OF DIRECTORS
JULY 1, 2004 – JUNE 30, 2005
Peter J. Meehan, CHAIR Chairman The Greenwood Group, Inc. Jean Gordon Carter,
VICE CHAIR & CHAIR ELECT
Partner Hunton & Williams
Fred D. Hutchison, IMMEDIATE PAST CHAIR
Partner Hutchison + Mason PLLC Carol W. Bilbro, CHAIR, LEADERSHIP COUNCIL
Mary B. Mountcastle, SECRETARY Senior Fellow Center for Community Self-Help
Carrie Bolton Minister Alston Chapel Church
Ronald A. Strom,
David R. Carr Chairman and Chief Investment Manager Oak Value Capital Management, Inc.
TREASURER & FINANCE CHAIR
President Ron Strom Company Elizabeth B. Craven,
CHAIR, PHILANTHROPIC SERVICES COMMITTEE
Trustee Warner Foundation James H. Johnson,
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE AT-LARGE
Director of Urban Investment Kenan Institute for Private Enterprise UNC-Chapel Hill
William Cavanaugh CEO, Retired Progress Energy Kip Frey General Partner Intersouth Partners, Inc.
Ambassador James A. Joseph Professor of Public Policy and Executive Director United States-Southern Africa Center For Leadership and Public Values H. Nolo Martínez Director of Hispanic/Latino Affairs Center for New North Carolinians UNC-Greensboro Frank Phoenix President Fenwick Foundation C. Hamilton Sloan Vice Chairman, Retired General Parts, Inc. Phail Wynn Jr. President Durham Technical Community College
Alice K. Horton Community Volunteer
Committees JULY 1, 2004 – JUNE 30, 2005 PHILANTHROPIC SERVICES COMMITTEE
Betty Craven, CHAIR Trustee, Warner Foundation Reverend Carrie Bolton Minister, Alston Chapel Church Mary Mountcastle Senior Fellow, Center for Community Self-Help Alice Horton Community Volunteer Jim Johnson Director of Urban Investment, Kenan Institute for Private Enterprise UNC-Chapel Hill Frank Phoenix President, Fenwick Foundation FINANCE COMMITTEE MEMBERS
Ronald A. Strom, FINANCE CHAIR AND TREASURER President, Ron Strom Company Teresa C. Artis Vice President, Licensing and Business Development Art.com
David R. Carr Chairman and Chief Investment Manager, Oak Value Capital Management, Inc. Rick Guirlinger Treasurer, General Parts, Inc. Charles Leedy Chairman and Chief Investment Ofﬁcer, Chapel Hill Investment Advisors Tom Staab Chief Financial Ofﬁcer & Treasurer, Inspire Pharmaceuticals Beth S. Traynham Partner, Hughes Pittman & Gupton, LLP
Mary L. Hill Community Volunteer
Malcolm White Director of Communications, Center for Community Self-Help
Kelly S. King President, Branch Banking & Trust Co. of North Carolina
FOUNDATION LEADERSHIP COUNCIL
Carol W. Bilbro, CHAIR Community Volunteer R. Peyton Woodson III, IMMEDIATE PAST CHAIR President, Woodson Associates
Anne C. Liptzin Community Volunteer Louise W. McCutcheon Former County Commissioner and Community Volunteer Charles B. Neely Jr. Maupin Taylor & Ellis, P.A.
Arthur W. Clark Retired, Chairman of the Board Peoples Security Life Insurance Co.
Prezell R. Robinson President Emeritus, St. Augustine’s College Ronald A. Strom President, Ron Strom Company
Stephen D. Corman Former Chairman and CEO, PharmaLink Inc.
Mary B. Mountcastle Senior Fellow, Center for Community Self-Help
Frank A. Daniels Jr. Former President and Publisher, News & Observer Publishing Co.
H. Nolo Martínez Director of Hispanic/Latino Affairs Center for New North Carolinians UNC-Greensboro
K.v.R. Dey Jr. Retired, President, Liggett Group, Inc.
Phail Wynn Jr. President, Durham Technical Community College
Beverly R. Murray President, R+M Diane Paces-Wiles Director of Brand Strategy, R+M
Robert D. Shertz President Emeritus, Litho Industries
J. Floyd Fletcher Retired, Executive and Community Volunteer James F. Goodmon President and CEO, Capitol Broadcasting Co.
LeRoy T. Walker President Emeritus, U.S. Olympic Committee CORPORATE OUTREACH COMMITTEE
Peter J. Meehan, CHAIR Greenwood Group, Inc. James Brame Jr. Brame Specialty Company Tammy Brown Corporate Community Relations Progress Energy
Frank A. Daniels Jr. Former owner of News & Observer Publishing Co. Kathryn M. Higgins Blue Cross Blue Shield of NC
ENTREPRENEURS ADVISORY COMMITTEE
Matthew Szulik Red Hat Software
Fred D. Hutchison, CHAIR Partner, Hutchison + Mason PLLC
ENTREPRENEURS PARTNERSHIP BOARD
Lee Johnson Mechanics & Farmers Bank
D. Michael Warner, CO-CHAIR At-Work Corporation Warner Foundation
Harvey Schmitt Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce
Frank A. Daniels III Vital Source Technologies
Philip Tracy Smith, Anderson, Blount, Dorsett, Mitchell & Jernigan, LLP
Monica Doss Council for Entrepreneurial Development
W. Stephen Toler Retired, Verizon
Chris Evans The Deepwood Group
Edwin Vick Kimley-Horn & Associates
Kip Frey InterSouth Partners, Inc.
Jim Walker The Advisory Group LLC
Paul Jones Eno River Capital
Thomas J. White Greater Durham Chamber of Commerce
John P. McConnell A4 Health Systems
R. Peyton Woodson Woodson Associates
Carolyn Underwood Vesta Therapeutics Bill Warner Paladin & Associates
Tim Tompkins, CHAIR Grant Thornton
Ford Worthy A.M. Pappas & Associates, LLC
Fred D. Hutchison, EX OFFICIO Hutchison + Mason PLLC
ENTREPRENEURS PHILANTHROPIC VENTURE FUND ADVISORY BOARD
Clay Dunnagan Vitoe Book Adam Broome Cree, Inc. Gene Pease ProCourse Jane Foreman StrikeIron Donovan Moxey Interactive Multimedia Solutions
William M. Moore Jr. Franklin Street Partners
Jeff Reid Center for Entrepreneurship and Family Business, Kenan-Flagler Business School UNC-CH
Mitch Mumma InterSouth Partners
Beth Roach Ziptronix, Inc.
Larry Robbins Wyrick Robbins Yates & Ponton
Clay Thorp Hatteras BioCapital
Christopher M. Austen Southeast Interactive Technology Funds Thomas F. Darden Cherokee Sanford Brick Chris Evans The Deepwood Group Kip Frey InterSouth Partners, Inc. Fred D. Hutchison Hutchison + Mason PLLC Paul Mayer Fusion Ventures Peter J. Meehan Greenwood Group, Inc. Paul J. Michaels Michaels Jackson & Oettinger, P.A. W. Carlton Midyette Creedmoor Partners
Committees JULY 1, 2004 – JUNE 30, 2005
Mitch Mumma InterSouth Partners
Betty Craven D. Michael Warner Foundation
William C. Babb III Sagemark Consulting, Inc.
Joseph D. Joyner Jr. Moore & Van Allen, PLLC
Ronald A. Strom Ron Strom Company
David L. Dodson MDC Inc.
R. Daniel Brady Brady, Nordgren, Klym & Morton, PLLC
Gregory J. Kinlaw Lee Kinlaw & Co.
D. Michael Warner The Warner Foundation, Inc. At-Work Corporation
Joel L. Fleishman Atlantic Philanthropic Service Company, Inc. and Terry Sanford Institute for Public Policy, Duke University
Madison E. Bullard Jr. Wyrick Robbins Yates & Ponton L.L.P.
Maria Lynch Lynch, Eatman & Twiddy, L.L.P.
Stephen T. Byrd Manning Fulton & Skinner, PA
Marilyn Foote-Hudson The North Carolina GlaxoSmithKline Foundation
R. Michael Condrey Northwestern Mutual Financial Network
Katherine McKee Kennon, Craver, Belo, Craig & McKee, PLLC
Ambassador James Joseph United States-Southern Africa Center For Leadership and Public Values
Craig G. Dalton Poyner & Spruill LLP
Todd S. Purich Legacy Private Client Services
David R. Frankstone Higgins, Frankstone, Graves & Morris PA
Larry H. Rocamora McPherson & Rocamora, PLLC
Edward Fulbright Fulbright & Fulbright, CPA, PA
Walter R. Rogers Jr. Smith, Anderson, Blount, Dorsett, Mitchell & Jernigan, L.L.P
FINANCIAL INSTITUTION PARTNERS
BB&T Bank of America Franklin Street Partners Merrill Lynch Smith Barney Suntrust US Trust Wachovia PHILANTHROPIC ADVISORY COMMITTEE
Mary B. Mountcastle, CHAIR Center for Community Self-Help Thomas McGuire, CO-CHAIR Stewards Fund William A. Bondurant Consultant to Foundations Tammy Brown Progress Energy
Jane Kendall North Carolina Center for Nonproﬁts PLANNED GIVING DESIGN CENTER SPONSORS
The Merrill Lynch Center for Philanthropy & Nonproﬁt Management Bank of America Suntrust PROFESSIONAL ADVISORS COMMITTEE
Jean Gordon Carter, CHAIR Hunton & Williams
Gregory Herman-Giddens TrustCounsel, P.A. R. Michael Gray SunTrust Carl W. Hibbert Kilpatrick Stockton LLP Doug Hornberger Merrill Lynch Marcus Hudson Bayliss, Hudson & Merritt
Rudy L. Ogburn Young Moore and Henderson P.A.
William H. Sewell Smith Barney Bruce W. Sharpe Bank of America Ann Tillery Batchelor, Tillery & Roberts, LLC Edwin J. “Jack” Walker Walker & Lambe, PLLC
EVERYDAY The need for change never goes away. Neither does your commitment to making change happen. And that’s where we come in.
Today’s vision is tomorrow’s project. Our team is here to help you transform your vision into real change in your community. Building on the knowledge and resources of our experienced staff, we can help you deﬁne and learn about the causes that inspire you.
Triangle Community Foundation has helped hundreds of donors become more engaged, proactive, and strategic in their giving. In the following pages read the moving stories of philanthropists who live the possibilities — everyday.
Darryl’s experience and interest in philanthropy and Community Foundations developed on the job. A former Triangle Community Foundation program director, Darryl knows the strategic impact one can make through a donor-advised charitable fund. He and his wife, Dionne, created the Zawadi Fund years ago to support education and organizations serving children with special needs.
The work he does today simply builds upon the tradition that produced him. It dawned on him as an adult working in philanthropy: organized giving is something African American communities have been doing for years. Philanthropy’s face isn’t solely white and wealthy.
Darryl was raised in a rural, racially-divided, South Carolina town in his “village on the other side of the tracks — Strawberry Street,” he says with a smile. Ms. Ida Mae, an elderly neighbor, took care of him, free of charge. Math tutoring from his geometry teacher who lived across the street was limitless. They threw “rent” parties, and bridge clubs raised money to send kids to school. Although this organized giving of time, talent, and money was not called philanthropy in Darryl’s village in South Carolina, it was just as organized and effective. When Darryl began researching African American professionals and their giving in the South per a grant his company, Hindsight Consulting, received from the Ford Foundation, he learned that other African Americans shared his desire to affect change. “I knew what I wanted to do, and that is get people who look like me at the table, and help them understand what’s happening on the other side,” he asserts. One of the products of his work in the South is NGAAP (New Generation of African American Philanthropists), a giving circle comprised of 23 African American Triangle professionals. Their mission is to use their collective “time, talent, and treasure” to educate more African Americans on charitable giving tools to increase the impact of their philanthropy. The NGAAP Fund is housed at Triangle Community Foundation and the group, led by Darryl, strategically and collectively recommends grants to meet its mission. Darryl, along with his NGAAP colleagues, is dedicated to ensuring that the traditional notion — and color — of philanthropy, and all it entails, is turned on its head. He credits his success, and drive to make change, to his wife, his daughter, and his community in Marion, SC. “Now I realize how deeply embedded this giving thing is that I have, and this passion for people,” he says. “I now know where it came from. I got it honestly.”
I knew what I wanted to do, and that is get people who look like me at the table ...
Holding hands, Samuel and Margaret Holton laugh and reveal that they’ve been married more than ﬁfty years. They smile with memories when they talk about their four children and six grandchildren. And when they talk about their charitable interests, there is no disagreement between them. Both former educators, Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Holton are steadfast and united in their desire to provide a positive academic experience to “nontraditional” students.
Over the years, the Holtons made some very wise investments in real estate. In working through their estate plan, they learned that donating real estate is the most effective means for meeting their charitable and ﬁnancial goals. Says Dr. Holton. “Since we’re older and not interested in continuing to invest, we decided to use it as a means for our charitable giving and to avoid paying capital gains tax.” Through a friend at their church, they learned that Triangle Community Foundation could help them meet these goals. Using the capital from the sale of an apartment building, the couple created The Samuel M. and Margaret U. Holton Fund to support a fellowship at UNC Chapel Hill’s School of Education for students studying Foundational Education. Dr. Holton taught the history and philosophy of education at UNC for 40 years. They choose to create the fellowship to ensure balance in the School of Education’s graduate program. Dr. Holton is aware that certain ﬁelds of education — those that relate to projects that the federal government are involved in — are more heavily funded. “History, philosophy and sociology of education are being somewhat neglected in favor of educational psychology and special education,” fears Dr. Holton. Thus far, the fellowship has given ﬁve graduate students the opportunity to study Foundational Education, and the grant offers enough money to cover the state’s health plan and other expenses, so students can focus on their studies. “The faculty works it out so we can discuss our ideas on how students ought to develop their programs,” asserts Dr. Holton. “We try to reassure them that part of the function of the fellowship is to allow them to take coursework in whatever area will be suitable for their specialties.” Recently, Dr. and Mrs. Holton donated a commercial ofﬁce building to the Foundation to add to the Fund they created. “We’re comfortable with the level of management of the Fund.” He continues, “I don’t want complete control, but I can be sure that the money is being used as it was intended — that’s the advantage of a donoradvised fund.” The Holtons will continue to support education through the Foundation and through a scholarship named for Mrs. Holton at her alma mater, Greensboro College.
... I donâ€™t want complete control, but I can be sure that the money is being used as it was intended ...
She has made signiﬁcant accomplishments with what she’s got. Thanks, in part, to her determination, vision, and work with Sister Cities of Durham, the Asiatic Arboretum at Sarah P. Duke will soon boast The Toyama Sister Cities Pavilion and garden for the community to enjoy. It will be a place of meditation but also used for tea ceremonies, cultural workshops, Japanese performing arts, and school trips. Through a challenge grant that Dot initiated from the fund she created at the Foundation, she was able to leverage additional grants to fund the pavilion.
A dancer, an artist, a mother of four, grandmother to ﬁve, Dot works hard and keeps on trying. Smiling, she quotes her Father, “It doesn’t matter what ya got, it’s what you do with what ya got.” It’s a simple philosophy, one to which Dot Borden holds fast. .
Why Sister Cities of Durham? “It was 1985 and we were in the Cold War with the Soviet Union,” Dot remembers. “I realized that ordinary citizens like me could act with others to head us into another more life giving direction if we were to survive.” That’s when she initiated Sister Cities of Durham, Inc., and afﬁliated with Sister Cities International, which is a program proposed by President Dwight Eisenhower in 1956 to promote world peace. Sister Cities fosters greater communication among the people of the world through the exchange of people, projects and ideas. Today, Durham has four Sister Cities: Durham, England; Kostroma, Russia; Toyoma, Japan; and Arusha, Tanzania. Dot married her high school sweetheart, Jack, a brick and tile man from Goldsboro. They moved to Durham where their children were born. “Other than paying day to day household bills, I wasn’t involved in our ﬁnances, and when Jack died, I was surprised by this legacy I was left with.” she admits. “I was deeply grateful for these blessings but I needed and wanted I to give back.” That’s when she contacted the Foundation to discuss how to put the money to good use. “I feel I have a moral obligation to share deeply,” she afﬁrms. She started her philanthropic journey by creating the Sister Cities of Durham Endowment for International Understanding, to ensure that the organization she loves and helped grow would beneﬁt in perpetuity. Several years later she created The Jack Fund, a donor-advised fund named for her late husband. Most recently she created The Borden Family Fund, a vehicle to be with her children in philanthropy. Dot regularly attends the Foundation’s donor education programs, and ﬁnds discussing topics like racial justice and family philanthropy with her peers useful when making decisions about her own charitable goals and grantmaking. She admits that she’s learned more about herself while on this journey, “I’ve learned that justice and equality are important to me,” she says. “I feel an obligation to do my part to fairly level the playing ﬁeld.”
It doesnâ€™t matter what ya got, itâ€™s what you do with what ya got.
Sougata Mukhergee, Editor of Triangle Business Journal, feared that once reports of the Tsunami were out of the news, no one was going to care. Or do anything. “I knew I wanted to do something, but I wanted it to be a very speciﬁc project,” Sougata asserts. “Something that would fuel these families in need.” He called on some business partners — friends he knew and trusted would want to help. “My goal was to have a lot of representation from the business community,” says Sougata. The group of six business leaders understood the enormity of the tragedy and eagerly committed their time and resources to move on a project.
His uncle had just returned to Calcutta from a vacation in Southern India, and expressed concern and astonishment at the devastation that the Tsunami brought to the region. He told Sougata of parents who couldn’t ﬁnd their children. He spoke of a populace that was completely cutoff, and a feeling that no matter what the government did, it was not enough to save its people.
The newly formed committee contacted Triangle Community Foundation for help. “It’s one thing to raise money, it’s another thing to have the right partners, so that eventually the money will go to the right people in the most efﬁcient fashion.” says Sougata. The Foundation worked closely with the business leaders and connected them with representative on the ground in India — Charities Aid Foundation India. Through this collaboration, they learned that a ﬂeet of ﬁshing boats had been destroyed in the Cuddalore District of India. Families had lost everything, including their livelihoods. The Foundation and volunteers moved fast. A boat outﬁtted with everything that a ﬁsherman needs would cost about $4000. So their mantra became 50 boats in 50 days — $200,000. They aptly christened the campaign, “Project Lifeboat.” Sougata says, “I wanted donors to take ownership of their generosity and feel connected to the people whose lives they were affecting.” Thus the names of respective donors adorn the side of each boat built. “They [the ﬁshermen] will never see us, they will never meet us, but somehow they will feel connected to us,” Sougata afﬁrms. Thanks to the generosity of more than 210 donors, $209,000 was raised and 52 boats have been built. Two hundred and sixty families have been put back on the water and back to self-sufﬁciency. “It was amazing. That kind of generosity from people from all walks of life including kids at the Forest View Elementary School in Durham and various business leaders.” says Sougata. “It was also amazing to see these business leaders, who have very little time because of their commitments, be so involved and taking this project upon themselves.” He continues, “They really wanted to make this happen, we gave them a forum to do it.” Pictured left to right: John McConnell, CEO, A4 Health Systems; Sougata Mukherjee, Editor, Triangle Business Journal; Neal Hunter, Former Chairman, Cree, Inc.
They will never see us, they will never meet us, but somehow they will feel connected to us.
Project Lifeboat TCF PARTNERS WITH LOCAL BUSINESS LEADERS TO SEND A LIFEBOAT TO THE CUDDALORE DISTRICT OF INDIA
kindergarten class at Forest View Elementary in Durham raised enough money to build three boats by painting and selling their artwork and with a generous matching donation by Neal Hunter, former Chair of Cree, Inc.
Thanks to a kindergarten class in Durham, ﬁshermen from the Cuddalore district of India stand behind their new ﬁshing boat named The Forest View Falcon.
Thanks to the more than 220 individuals and businesses who gave to Project Life Boat, 52 ﬁshing boats — adorned with the names of Triangle residents and businesses who donated — will aid 260 families affected by the Indian Ocean Tsunami. A joint campaign among Triangle business leaders, Triangle Community Foundation, and Charities Aid Foundation-India, Project Lifeboat raised more than $209,000 to aid families on the shores of India. Every $4,000 raised, built and equipped a ﬁshing boat, which serves ﬁve ﬁshing families. Shortly after the Tsunami hit, a group of Triangle business leaders contacted Triangle Community Foundation driven to raise awareness of the tragedy and raise money Triangle-wide. Everyone from kindergartners in Durham to business leaders in Raleigh gave to the project. Ms. Ruschiensky’s
Priya Viswanath, President of Charities Aid Foundation-India says “Each of the beneﬁciaries will eventually earn four times more than what they previously earned as a result of Project Lifeboat. This in turn, has impacted social stratiﬁcation and development with better access to housing, water sanitation, education and healthcare for the ﬁshing community in South India. As the Collector Gandeep Singh Bedi remarked at the launch ‘you have by your intervention changed century old practices and for generations to come they will remember the way you have changed their status in society’.” THANKS TO THE GENEROSITY OF THESE LOCAL BUSINESS LEADERS, WHO GAVE OF THEIR TIME AND RESOURCES, PROJECT LIFEBOAT WAS A SUCCESS. Honorary Project Life Boat Committee: John McConnell, CEO of A4 Health Systems Neal Hunter, former Chairman of Cree, Inc. Larry Robbins, partner at Wyrick Robbins Yates & Ponton Scott Custer, CEO of RBC Centura Jim Cain, partner at Kilpatrick Stockton of Raleigh Dr. Steve Bolick, owner of Eye Care Associates
Create a Charitable Fund YOUR VEHICLE FOR GIVING
Triangle Community Foundation does not ask you to give to our cause. We ask, “What cause inspires you and how can we help you address it?”
4. We offer donor-advised funds, which help people invest in the causes they care about most. 5. We accept a wide variety of assets, and can facilitate even the most complex forms of giving. 6. We partner with professional advisors to create highly effective approaches to charitable giving. 7. We offer maximum tax advantage under state and federal law. 8. We multiply the impact of gift dollars by pooling them with other gifts and grants. 9. We build endowment funds that beneﬁt the community forever and help create personal legacies. 10. We are a community leader, convening agencies and resources to create positive change.
WHY PARTNER WITH TRIANGLE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION? Here are some reasons that individuals, families, and corporations create funds at Triangle Community Foundation:
A FUND INSPIRED BY YOU The vehicle for charitable giving at Triangle Community Foundation is an individualized philanthropic fund, designed around your personal charitable goals and your operating style.
1. We are a local organization with deep roots in the community. 2. We boast a professional staff with broad expertise regarding community issues and needs. And we have national and international connections, so you can give to organizations anywhere in the world. 3. We provide highly personalized service, tailored to each individual’s charitable and ﬁnancial interests.
Donor-Advised Fund Stay involved. Consolidate all of your charitable giving into one vehicle. You establish the fund by executing a simple governing document, and you designate yourself, your spouse, your children, or others as advisors to the fund. Our staff can work with you to identify charitable organizations addressing issues of importance to you, and you recommend grants to those charities you wish to support.
Create a Charitable Fund Field-of-Interest Fund Address issues. You decide the purpose of the fund, such as meeting the needs of children or promoting the arts, and the Foundation identiﬁes projects that are effectively accomplishing that goal. Our experienced and knowledgeable staff will use their expertise to identify, evaluate, and award grants to the most qualiﬁed and deserving organizations or programs in your interest area. Unrestricted Fund Think broadly. Allow Triangle Community Foundation to identify needs and opportunities in the community and target your dollars where most effective. Reach more than 2,600 charitable organizations serving the Triangle.
Designated Fund Provide ongoing support. Specify a particular charitable agency or organization to receive the proceeds of the fund in perpetuity. You are assured that should the organization cease to exist, the Foundation’s Board will preserve your intent by redirecting the fund to the closest similar use. Supporting Organization Reduce workload. As an alternative to a private foundation, an afﬁliation with Triangle Community Foundation can reduce administrative and regulatory burdens, and allow you to enjoy greater tax beneﬁts. A supporting organization is a hybrid between a private foundation and a publiclysupported charity. It is a separate incorporated entity with its own board of directors, but linked to TCF. The Foundation’s staff will assist with grantmaking, investment, and administration (supporting organizations must be valued at $1,000,000 or greater). Scholarship Promote personal growth. Create a scholarship fund in honor or memory of someone special to you. Triangle Community Foundation administers a number of scholarship funds created by individuals, families, and corporations to support the growth of Triangle residents.
Create a Charitable Fund INVEST IN THE LONG-TERM HEALTH OF YOUR COMMUNITY Community Investment Field-of-Interest Funds
Planned Giving Make a signiﬁcant and long-lasting gift by creating a fund through your will. A testamentary gift ensures that your charitable goals are met in perpetuity for the causes that are important to you today. For more information about giving through your estate, contact the Foundation at (919) 474-8370 or visit our website at www.trianglecf.org. Vehicles for planned giving: Bequests Charitable Remainder Trusts Charitable Lead Trusts
Retirement Fund Assets Life Insurance
Call Triangle Community Foundation at (919) 474-8370 or visit www.trianglecf.org for more information about creating a fund.
Better leverage your charitable dollars by joining forces with your peers to address a broad range of charitable issues. Give in any amount to support the community issues that are important to you. TCF created the following Community Field-ofInterest Funds to offer you the opportunity to give to a range of programs. The Foundation’s experienced staff will identify organizations effectively addressing the causes that you — and others like you — care about.
Arts, Culture and Humanities Fund Basic Human Needs Fund Crime, Legal and Civil Rights Program Fund Support for Education Fund (supports programs in the schools or to improve education) Environment Fund Health and Mental Health Program Fund Youth Development, Recreation and Sports Program Fund Educational Assistance Fund (supports scholarships to individuals)
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Did you know that you can accomplish your charitable and ﬁnancial goals by donating real estate? Whether it’s a personal residence, vacation home, apartment building, commercial building, farmland, or undeveloped land, you can make a meaningful impact through a gift of real estate. What you can do with real estate: Reach a level of giving you may not have thought possible; Receive the maximum tax deduction allowed by law; Avoid capital gain taxes today or estate taxes later; Improve your ﬁnancial security by providing a lifetime stream of income; Simplify your life while turning a potential burden for your heirs into a philanthropic opportunity for future generations; and Provide for a charitable fund through Triangle Community Foundation that meets your personal charitable goals but without the administrative responsibilities of your own private foundation. The TCF Real Estate Foundation The charitable purpose of the TCF Real Estate Foundation (a supporting organization of TCF) is to support the mission of Triangle Community Foundation and receive, manage, and sell gifts of real estate. Like Triangle Community Foundation, the TCF Real Estate Foundation is a public charity that offers you the maximum tax deduction for your gift. The TCF Real Estate Foundation’s dedicated board of directors have years of expertise evaluating, marketing, and selling real estate. In fulﬁlling its charitable mission the Board of Directors of the TCF Real Estate Foundation may transfer funds to Triangle Community Foundation to create or add to a charitable fund as recommended by you.
TCF REAL ESTATE FOUNDATION BOARD OF DIRECTORS 2005-2006 James Stewart Chair Anthony & Co. ONCOR Int Ron Gibson Highwoods Properties Billie Jean Redmond Trade Mark Properties James Walker The Advisory Group, LLC Andrew Widmark Mark Properties
Donor Services Through our customized services, Triangle Community Foundation aims to connect donors with needs in the community. We are a partner and guide. TRIANGLE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION CAN ASSIST WITH: Strategic philanthropy Through personal, one-on-one conversations, we encourage fundholders to think through personal values, motivations, and goals and explore grantmaking avenues for fulﬁlling them. Family philanthropy We work with families to help them develop an effective structure and framework for their family philanthropy. We help families consider common values and interests and use them to establish grantmaking priorities. Grantmaking We provide personalized grantmaking services, offer information about grant opportunities, and provide research/referral information on areas of particular interest to you. We can measure and provide information to donors on the impact of grants. Education The Foundation offers educational forums on topics of interest and individual or group site visits through the Philanthropic Education Series.
Communication We offer regular communication about Foundation activities through the annual report, newsletters, newssheets, and email reminders. We also offer access to fund information and grant opportunities through Philanthropy Central™, the Foundation’s web-based tool for community giving. Interaction with other philanthropists We offer opportunities to interact with other donors to the Foundation and other philanthropists in the community to learn from one another and work together on common interests.
Donor Services PHILANTHROPY CENTRAL HELPS PHILANTHROPISTS LEARN ABOUT ORGANIZATIONS ADDRESSING ANY GEOGRAPHIC AREA OR POPULATION GROUP. Foundation fundholders use Philanthropy Central to view information about current grantmaking opportunities, their grantmaking history, and their fund balance. They can recommend grants, and through
PHILANTHROPY CENTRAL™ online — www.trianglecf.org Search. Learn. Give. Measure.
Philanthropy Central, the Foundation’s staff
Philanthropy Central (PC) allows you to complete a proﬁle of your interests, learn about organizations addressing those interests and give online. After the gift is made, fundholders have the capacity to measure the direct impact of their gift on the community. Philanthropy Central makes it easy for you to stay active and involved in your giving.
(RFP) targeted to organizations doing
can help donors craft a Request for Proposal work in their area(s) of interest, and invite organizations to respond with their best ideas on addressing the need identiﬁed.
Donor Services RESOURCES Triangle Community Foundation provides donors with resources that promote strategic, creative, and effective giving. The Family Philanthropy Online Knowledge Center, the TCF Online Donor Resource Library, and the Donor Resource Room offer you practical advice through a collection of up-to-date articles, case studies, proﬁles, research reports, books, and discussion papers on philanthropy. Triangle Center for Effective Philanthropy™ For families, individuals and companies who wish to take their giving to the next level.* TCF’s Triangle Center for Effective Philanthropy is designed to make your life easier and your charitable giving more effective. Philanthropy is important work, but it doesn’t need to be hard work. Let the Foundation’s staff help you deﬁne, implement, and evaluate a giving program that addresses the issues and opportunities that are important to you. We can help you Clarify your goals Determine your family’s shared vision Create a giving program Develop grantmaking guidelines Evaluate results and measure impact Donors with funds totaling $100,000 or more, or planned gifts of $1 million or more, may participate in the full range of services, or choose those services that are of particular interest to them, without cost.* *These services are made available to other fundholders, private foundations, and individual or corporate donors on a fee for service basis. Philanthropy Central and Triangle Center for Effective Philanthropy are trademarks of Triangle Community Foundation.
New Funds JULY 1, 2004 – JUNE 30, 2005 DONOR-ADVISED FUNDS
Bringing Joy Fund: A donor-advised fund created by Liz Shaffer and her mother, Christy Shaffer, as a vehicle to support Liz’s charitable interests in the community. Cary Oil Fund: A donor-advised fund created by the Cary Oil Foundation and the Stephenson family, owners of Cary Oil, to support a variety of charitable causes of importance to the family. East Chapel Hill Rotary Club Foundation: a donor-advised fund created by the East Chapel Hill Rotary Club Foundation as a way to support projects of interest to the Club’s members. Ender Family Fund: A donor-advised fund created by Bulent and Deniz Ender as a way to better organize their philanthropy and to include their children in future philanthropic decisions. Gilgor Family Fund: A donor-advised fund established by Robert and Bryna Gilgor to support a variety of charitable causes of interest to the family. The Harris Family Fund: A donoradvised fund created by Mary Green Harris and advised by Mrs.
Harris, her daughters Susan Frazier and Mary Cynthia Monday, and her son-in-law Jerry Monday. The Harris family has a strong tradition of philanthropy. The Fund was created at TCF as a way to build upon the family tradition into future generations. The Fund was created through the Merrill Lynch Community Charitable Fund program.
Harold Kohn Fund: A donor-advised fund created and advised by Harold Kohn to support a variety of charitable causes important to him and the family.
Holzworth Family Fund: A donoradvised fund created by Donald and Jennifer Holzworth as a vehicle for family philanthropy and to support a variety of causes important to the family.
Grier and Louise Martin Fund: A donor-advised fund created by the Martins to support a variety of charitable causes important to the family.
Dan Hudgins Summer Child Care Fund: A donor-advised endowment created in honor of Mr. Hudgins by his colleagues, friends, and family for his many years of service to the Durham community as Director of Durham Department of Social Services. The Fund will support summer child care opportunities for low-income families in Durham. Gray and Betsy Hutchison Fund: A permanent endowment created by Mrs. Hutchison through the proceeds of a trust. She currently serves as Advisor to the Fund, and has named speciﬁc charities to beneﬁt from the Fund in the future.
Levit Family Fund: A donor-advised fund created by Jerry Levit as a way to involve his family in philanthropy.
NGAAP Fund: A donor-advised fund created by the Next Generation of African American Philanthropists (NGAAP), a group whose mission is to identify, cultivate, and raise resources that will aide in the distribution of funds to improve the quality of life for African-Americans living in the Greater Triangle area. Noël Family Fund: A donor-advised fund created by Marc and Cécile Noël as a way to use the Foundation’s services to ﬁne-tune their charitable giving and include their children in the family’s philanthropy. Ryan Page Memorial Fund: A donor-advised fund created by Jody and Anne Page as a way to honor their son who passed away
in October 2004. Friends and families contributed to the fund that will support causes that were important to Ryan and to the family. Preddy Family Fund: A donor-advised fund created by Elizabeth Preddy to support a variety of charitable causes in the Triangle and beyond. Ernest C. and Constance B. Roessler Fund: A donor-advised fund created by the Roesslers to support a variety of charitable activities. E.T. and Frances Rollins Endowment Fund: An endowed donor-advised fund created by the Rollinses to support a variety of charitable causes. The Rollinses are the former owners of the Herald-Sun newspaper in Durham. Michael Rosenberg Family Fund: A donor-advised fund created by Michael Rosenberg to support a variety of charitable causes of importance to him and his children. Schmidt-Nielsen and Claesson Family Fund: A donor-advised fund created by Knut Schmidt-Nielsen and his wife, Margareta Claesson, as a way to support a variety of charitable causes and to involve their children in future philanthropic activities.
Schuetz Family Fund: A donoradvised fund created by Gerald & Deirdre Schuetz as a tool for involving their family in charitable giving to support a variety of charitable causes of importance to the family. Sholtz Family Fund: a donor-advised fund created by Michael and Beth Sholtz to support a variety of charitable causes important to their family. Slifkin–Freemark Family Fund: A donor-advised fund created by Anne Slifkin and Michael Freemark and their children, Samara and Yonah Freemark, as a vehicle for the family’s philanthropy. Southeast Technology Fund: A donor-advised fund created by Southeastern Interactive Technology Funds through their investment in the Entrepreneurs Philanthropic Venture Fund. SRW Charitable Fund: A donor-advised fund established by Robert and Sharon Woolf as a way to continue and build upon the Woolf family’s tradition of philanthropy to beneﬁt causes important to the family. James A. Stewart and Frances Dyer Fund: A donor-advised fund created by Mr. Stewart and Ms. Dyer to support their charitable interests.
Christopher and Michele Stone Family Fund: A donor-advised fund established by the Stones to support a variety of charitable interests.
Susan B. King, to fund in perpetuity programs to support or improve the lives of minorities, disadvantaged youth, women, and children.
Richard B. and Marian E. Taylor Fund: A donor-advised fund created and advised by the Taylors to utilize the services of the Foundation to support a variety of causes.
Scaief-Gustaveson Fund: A ﬁeldof-interest endowment created by Nancy Scaief Gustaveson and Norman Gustaveson to support environmental causes in North Carolina.
Dr. Charles DeWitt Watts Sr. Memorial Fund: A donor-advised fund established by the family of Dr. Watts as a tribute to his life and work as a physician and community leader. Dr. Watts was the ﬁrst African American surgeon in NC and paved the way for others to follow.
DESIGNATED AND AGENCY FUNDS
Jennifer Lail and Daniel Wertman Family Fund: A donor-advised fund created by the Wertmans as a way to bring the entire family together to support philanthropic causes important to the family. UNRESTRICTED AND FIELD-OF-INTEREST FUNDS
Project Lifeboat Fund: a special fund created in response to the December 2004 Tsunami created to rebuild lives of Indian ﬁshermen (see page 16).
Susan B. King Far Side Fund: An endowed ﬁeld-of-interest fund created by former TCF Board member,
Boys and Girls Club of Wake Co. Endowment Fund: A permanent endowment initially created by the Josephus Daniels Charitable Fund and carefully managed by Triangle Community Foundation to support and expand the work of the Boys and Girls Club. Donations from other supporters of the Boys and Girls Club are welcomed and encouraged. Carl Martin Theater Fund for the Durham School of the Arts: A designated fund created by the Durham School of the Arts Foundation to support the theater program at the Durham School of the Arts. The Fund is named in honor of Carl Martin, respected director of the theater program, who was known for his talents as a teacher, actor, director, and mentor. The Durham School of the Arts is part of the Durham Public Schools.
Existing Funds JULY 1, 2004 – JUNE 30, 2005 DONOR-ADVISED FUNDS
ACBC Fund Adair Family Charitable Fund Agape Fund Taylor Alexandra Albert Fund for Children Aldridge Family Endowment Fund Alpha Phi Alpha African Male Scholarship Endowment Alpha Delta Scholarship Fund American Airlines Kids Are Something Special Endowment Ajinomoto U.S.A., Inc. Fund Glenn and Suzanne Andrews Fund Marcia Angle and Mark Trustin Fund Anna Family/RESOLUTE Companies Charitable Fund Anonymous Fund #2 Backyard Fund Tom Barber and Shannon St. John Family Funds Wade Barber Fund Bass Walter Fund Beal Fund Becton Dickinson Research Center Fund Becton Tannenbaum Fund Bell-Blackburn Deviants From The Norm Fund Benezra Fund Berkshire Fund Bilbro Educational Fund Blue Bird Fund Donald L. and Maryann Bitzer Family Fund James Christopher Black Fund
Stanley Black Family Fund Christie Wilander Blum Charitable Fund Borden Family Fund Kirk and Deanne Bradley Fund John and Katherine Bratton Fund BRB Fund Jerald A. Breitman and Stephen J. Dorn Fund Larry and Patricia Brock Family Fund Frederick P. Brooks Jr. and Nancy G. Brooks Donor-Advised Fund Adam and Lissa Broome Charitable Fund Dave Brumitt Fund Alice and Lance Buhl Fund Annalee Dale Cairns Memorial Fund Cancer Immunotherapy Research Fund John Cannon Memorial Fund Carolina Arts Festival Fund Carolina Scholarship Fund Carter Gordon Family Fund Castleton Foundation Fund Cavanaugh Family Fund CBC/WRAL Community Fund E. and E. Chanlett Fund Chilton Family Fund Donald Clarke-Pearson Runner’s Scholarship Fund Larry and Suzanne Coats Fund Joseph H. and Barbara G. Collie Fund Perry Colwell Fund Ronald Gray Conrad Fund Stephen and Sandra Corman Fund Courageous Heart Fund Ellis and Bettsy Cowling
Donor-Advised Fund Alexis LeDantec Beatrice Creedon Memorial Fund Crow Family Funds John and LouAnne Crumpler Family Fund Crystal Fund Daley Investments Fund Julia and Frank Daniels Funds Josephus Daniels Charitable Fund Lucy Cathcart Daniels Charitable Fund Teresa and Frank Daniels III Charitable Fund Arthur S. and Martha D. DeBerry Advised Fund de Grange Endowment Fund Deepwood Fund Denali Fund Ron E. and Jeanette R. Doggett Endowment Fund Dougherty Family Charitable Trust Fund Durham Cerebral Palsy Foundation Fund Durham Rotary Community Fund Eclectic Chameleon Endowment Eleanor and Joseph Fund Gertrude B. Elion Fund for Health Research Emshoff Family Fund Entrepreneurs Philanthropic Venture Fund George and Mary Esser Fund H. Spencer Everett Jr. Charitable Fund H. Spencer Everett Jr. Family Endowment Fund
Bettie Ann Whitehurst Everett Memorial Endowment Fund Fair Fund Fear Not Fund Fellowship Fund Fizz Fund Fletcher Fund for Health Stuart Berg Flexner Memorial Fund Four Feathers Fund George and Isabel Fowler Fund Doris and Claire Freeman Fund (in honor of Raymond H. Goodmon III and James F. Goodmon) Frey Family Charitable Fund William C. and Ida H. Friday Fund Fritsch Family Fund Garda Funds John R. Garrabrant and Edgar C. Garrabrant II Memorial Scholarship Fund GlaxoSmithKline Special Projects Fund Greg Gephart Fund Gilligan-Smiley Fund Tom and Pat Gipson Fund Grace Alston Glass Fund for Home Caregivers Golden Corral Charitable Fund Good Works Fund James F. Goodmon Family Fund Gore Family Fund R. Wensell and Marion Norris Grabarek Fund Greenwood Group/Manpower Charitable Fund Ed and Robbie Grissom Memorial Fund
William Victor and Frances Claire Groder Memorial Fund Stacy Guess Fund Umesh and Usha Gulati Charitable Fund Halcyon Fund John Michael Hale Memorial Fund Ken and Maidi Hall Fund Robbie Hardy Endowment Fund B.W. Harris III Family Fund Steve and Chasie Harris Fund Julia Ann Harrison Memorial Scholarship Fund Hartman Family Fund Clark and Karen Havighurst Fund B. T. Henderson II Family Fund Margaret and Carl Hibbert Charitable Fund Hill Family Fund 2 Debbie L. Hill Fund William A. Hill Fund Hil-Lev Fund George H. Hitchings Fund for Health Research and Science Education Samuel M. and Margaret U. Holton Fund Home Health Foundation of Chapel Hill Endowment Fund The Hornberger Family Fund George and Alice Horton Fund Horton-Carr Fund Hulka Family Endowment Fund Joan C. and Robert R. Huntley Fund Fred and Nancy Hutchison Fund InSight Fund
Jack Fund Brenda D. Jamerson Fund Jane and Jim Fund Janssen Family Charitable Fund Jenny Fund Jenny I Fund John 3:16 Fund Orlan and Cornelia Johnson Family Fund Howard Allen Johnston Fund Jokencyn Fund Jones Family Fund J. A. Joseph Family Fund William and Mary C. Joslin Fund JSR Fund Jubilee Fund Just A Nutter Book Fund Margaret Q. Keller Endowment Banks and Dorothy Kerr Fund Kate Parks Kitchin Scholarship Fund Sarah and George Klunk Fund Kimo and Wendy Kong Fund Dot and Grey Kornegay Fund Kristen Fund Mark and Cynthia Kuhn Family Fund Roger and Beth Lamanna Family Fund Grandchildren of Margaret Jones and Eugene Lear Fund Leslie Family Fund Lia Fund Living Water Charitable Fund Peter T. Loftin Foundation Fund Lunsford Padilla Fund Bob Lynch and Lisa van Capelle Charity Trust Fund
Elizabeth and Robert Lyon Fund Margaret and Ross Macdonald Charitable Fund Magnolia Fund Louis and Fay Maira Scholarship Fund Isaac Hall Manning Jr. Award for Excellence in Patient Care James W. Mason Memorial Fund James H. and Connie M. Maynard Fund Janet and Verne McKenzie Charitable Fund Mary Margaret McLeod Fund For Deserving Children in Lee County Alice Lenora McNeely Memorial Fund Mechanics & Farmers Bank Fund Peter J. and Prudence F. Meehan Fund Mekye Malcolm Memorial Endowment Fund Meyer Family Fund Micah Fund Moe-Green Family Fund Moore Family Fund Claude Morton Jr. Scholarship Fund Mumma Family Fund Native American Health Education Fund North Carolina Jaycee Scholarship Fund James F. and Alice B. Newsome Endowment Fund Frances W. Nipper Fund Oak Fund Oakland Fund Robert G. Olander Fund
Orange County Medical Foundation Fund Parker Family Fund Joseph S. Parker Jr. and Loretha Brooks Parker Fund Pascal-Strom Family Funds Pass It On Fund Mike and Mary Patterson Family Fund Erle and Mary Peacock Charitable Fund Petersen/Young Fund Phoenix Fund Pilgrim Fund Richard Adelman and Jane Pinsky Fund Plachetka Family Fund Irene Rand Poole Endowment Fund Barry L. Poss Fund Charles Chase Pratt Memorial Fund Presnell Family Fund Nancy and Edwin Preston Fund Truby G. Proctor College Opportunities Fund Proia Family Fund Psychiatric Wellness Fund Caroline M. Punte Fund Steve Quessy and Marna Doucette Fund Harold & Robin Quinn Fund Quintiles Gives Back Fund Joseph and Xiaomei Li Reckford Fund Rete Mirabile Fund Anna Louise Reynolds Fund Rickenbacker Fund Gerald and Stephanie Roach Family Fund
Existing Funds JULY 1, 2004 – JUNE 30, 2005
Louise and Steed Rollins Jr. Fund David and Susan Rosenberg Family Fund Rotary Club of Chapel Hill Advised Fund Kenneth C. Royall Jr. Fund Royalty Fund Ruina Family Fund Clyde and Hildegard Ryals Fund Leonard and Virginia Safrit Family Funds SALI Generations Fund Charles and Ann Sanders Fund Charles A. and Elizabeth Ann Sanders Fund Sangha Fund SAS Charitable Fund Howard and Lyn Satisky Family Fund Scarborough-Hart Fund Schmitz Family Fund Schneider Family Fund Schenk Fund Anthony and Stella Schomberg Fund Scott Family Endowment Fund Sethi Family Trust Fund Robert and Pearl Seymour Fund Lopa Shah Fund Debbie Shelton Memorial Fund William W. and Jane B. Shingleton Fund Sholtz Family Fund Thomas E. and Joan L. Sibley Endowment Fund Smiley-Gilligan Fund Kassel Smit “Make a Difference” Fund Smith Anderson Blount Dorsett
Mitchell & Jernigan LLP Community Fund James I. and Nancy S. Smith Fund Charles Harrison Smith III Scholarship Fund D. Joe and Victoria Smith Fund SOUL (Save Our Undeveloped Land) Fund John H. E. Stelling Fund Stidham Family Endowment Shaler and Carolyn Stidham Fund Stringfellow Family Charitable Fund Sunshine Fund Tim and Judy Taft Fund Telemark Fund Tepper Family Fund Philip “J” Thomas Memorial Endowment ThreeSpokes Fund Allen and Kate Douglas Torrey Fund Phil and Travis Tracy Family Fund Tyler/Berger Family Fund Carolyn Underwood Fund Agnes and W. L. Van Sant Fund VanSant Family Fund Indu and Mahesh Varia Family Funds Ventana Community Funds Vision Fund Elizabeth G. Ward Fund Michael Warner and Elizabeth Craven Fund Weaver Charitable Fund Weisler Family Fund Burton J. and Nan S. Weiss Fund Wellspring Fund Marvin and Dianne Welton Fund Monty and Nancy White Fund
Whitton and England Fund Widmark Family Fund Wilcox-Berteel Family Fund Willingham Family Fund H. M. Wilson Jr. Memorial Children’s Fund Thomas G. and Nancy L. Wilson Family Funds Katherine and Frank Woodman Memorial Fund Woodson Family Fund Yager Fund Young Family Fund Youth Pro Musica Fund UNRESTRICTED AND FIELD-OF-INTEREST FUNDS
Margaret G. Altvater Fund for Education Bank of America Leadership Triangle Endowment Fund Robert Franklin Black Scholarship Fund Julia Preston Brumley and George William Brumley III Family Memorial Fund Manuel, Fotini, and Otis Capsalis Memorial Endowment Fund Donna Cederberg and John Cederberg (sister and brother) Memorial Endowment Fund Central Carolina Bank Endowment Chester and Jessie May Clark Endowment Fund Community Group Houses Fund James E. and Margaret R. Davis Endowment
James O. Duncan Fund Alice F. Eure Charitable Endowment Fund Bobbie Fletcher Fund Frank U. and Nelle Crowell Fletcher Fund Fordham Fund II Freudenberg Nonwovens Fund Fund for Women and Girls of Durham Jeannette A. Gates Fund Claude and Eleanor George Fund GlaxoSmithKline Endowment Fund GlaxoSmithKline Opportunity Scholarship Fund Beth Glenn Memorial Scholarship Elizabeth Wade Grant Endowment Fund Hanley-McCall Fund Hil-Car Harris Fund George Watts Hill Fund Willie B. and Bruce A. Hill Sr. Charitable Fund George and Beverly Hitchings Endowment Fund Howland-Dawson Community Endowment Fund Patricia J. Hughes Fund Linda A. Ironside Fund for the Arts Thomas S. Kenan III Endowment F. M. Kirby Endowment for Corporate Philanthropy Etta Laikin Endowment Fund Litwack Family Endowment Mason’s Apron Fund Mitsubishi Semiconductor Community Ventures Fund
John Nelson and Corinne Moreno Scholarship Fund Peter John Neal Memorial Scholarship Fund George and Mary Newton Scholarship Fund Norburn Family Fund Optimist Club of Durham Fund Peoples Security Insurance Endowment Fund Quota Club of Durham Mel and Zora Rashkis Endowment Fund Regional Community Endowment Fund Margot Meyer Richter Funds Kathryn (Kay) Segee Memorial Fund Send A Kid To Camp Funds Shaver Hitchings Scholarship Fund Faith and Arnold Shertz Fund Asa T. and Elna B. Spaulding Endowment Fund St. Luke’s Circle Endowment Fund John and Otelia Stewart Endowment Fund Claude and Adele Thomas Fund Triangle Community Foundation Educational Assistance Fund Village Companies Foundation Endowment Barrie Wallace Fund for the Arts Kathryn H. Wallace Endowment for Artists in Community Service Carl G. Ward Fund Wright Refuge Funds
DESIGNATED AND AGENCY FUNDS
Jim “Catﬁsh” Hunter ALS Research Endowment Funds Beneﬁting the Arc of Durham County: Arc of Durham County Endowment Fund Michael J. and Helen C. Vassiliades Memorial Endowment for the Arc of Durham County Arc of Orange County, Inc. Clara Council Fund The Arc of Wake County Fund Grace L. Avery African American Scholarship Fund Beryl Fund Better Health Endowment Fund Alton L. Bland Jr. Memorial Fund Funds Beneﬁting Broughton High School Alumni Association: Needham Broughton High School Alumni Assoc. Fund Mial Williamson Memorial Fund Benjamin Watson Woodruff Fund Fred and Shirley Brown Memorial Scholarship Fund Capital Area Preservation Endowment Fund Caring House Management Reserve Fund Carolinas Council of Housing, Redevelopment, and Codes
Ofﬁcials Scholarship Endowment Fund Carver Fund for The Opera Company of North Carolina Minnie E. Chandler Endowment Fund for CONTACT Durham, Inc. Chamber Orchestra of the Triangle Endowment Fund to support endowed “chairs” of the Orchestra including: Podium Endowment The Eva Eliel Chair Concertmaster Endowment The Gettes Family Chair Principal Chair Endowments The Louella Arnold Cammack Memorial Chair Established for Visiting Artists The Gregory Bateson Assistant Concert Master Chair The Robert Ward Chair for Composition Established by Horst and Ruth Mary Meyer The Blythe Family Principal Violin II Chair The Carol Boren Owens Memorial Chair Established for the Principal Viola The Trois Edwin Johnson Principal Cello Chair The Waldenberg Family Principal Bass Chair The Charles M. And Shirley F. Weiss Principal Oboe Chair The Whitehall at the Villa Principal Flute Chair The Anna and Simon Schwarz Principal Clarinet Chair
The Susan Jennifer Gettes Principal Bassoon Chair The David Lindquist Principal Trombone Chair Chair Endowments: The Deborah and Arthur Finn Chair The Mary and James Semans Chair The Giorgio Ciompi Chair for the Violin Established by Mary and James Semans Special Endowment Gifts: Thomas S. Kenan III William A. and Josephine D. Clement Endowment Fund Funds Beneﬁting the Chapel HillCarrboro Public School Foundation: Anne Craig Barnes Education Enrichment Endowment Fund Chapel Hill High School/PTSA Chair in Humanities Fund GlaxoSmithKline Excellence in Teaching Science Award Fund Kaiser Permanente Math and Science Teaching Chair Fund Zora Rashkis Teaching Chair in Language Arts Fund R. D. Smith Award Fund Phyllis Sockwell Chair for Excellence in Elem. Classroom Teaching Fund Bernadine Sullivan Teaching Chair in English Fund Upper Elementary Chair for Excellence in Teaching Innovation Fund
Existing Funds JULY 1, 2004 – JUNE 30, 2005
Chapel Hill-Carrboro YMCA Endowment Fund C.I.S. Scholarship Endowment Fund Community Disaster Relief Fund Council for Entrepreneurial Development Fund Lucy Daniels Center Endowment Fund Catherine A. Dugger Memorial Fund Funds Beneﬁting Duke Community Hospice Services: Triangle Hospice Endowment Fund Durham Arts Council Endowment Fund Durham Library Fund Durham Striders Endowment Fund Katie Wallace Reserve Fund for Hospice Home Funds Beneﬁting the Durham Public Education Network: Durham Public Education Network Endowment Josephine Clement Fund for Public Education John H. Lucas Family Endowment for Wellness at Hillside High Eno River Endowment Mark Estill Endowment for Mary Neal Child Care Center
Fred and Margie Fletcher Volunteer Award Fund Fletcher Performing Arts Fund Garner Road Young Men’s Christian Association Endowment Fund The Gibbs Endowment Fund Tommy Goldberg Memorial Scholarship Fund Dr. John Grimes Endowment for the Durham Symphony Gryphon Fund George R. Herbert Scholarship Fund Helen E. Heusner Endowment Fund Hillside Class of 1966 Alumni Scholarship Fund Historic Preservation Foundation of North Carolina, Inc. Endowment Fund Joel M. Hobby Jr. Endowment for the Raleigh Rescue Mission Holderness Fund Allison Elizabeth Hoof Memorial Fund Jane Joyner Endowed Scholarship Fund Junior League of Durham & Orange Counties, Inc. Endowment Fund Henry and Dorothy Lingle Kamin Endowment Fund Pat Kelley Academic Achievement Award Fund Honey Kirschbaum Memorial Endowment Kate Parks Kitchin Scholarship Fund Learning Together Endowment Fund
Love Trust Fund fbo Chapel Hill Public Library Foundation Tammy Lynn Memorial Foundation, Inc. Endowment Fund
North Carolina Grassroots Science Museum Collaborative Endowment Fund North Carolina Hispanic College Fund
Funds Beneﬁting the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Eastern North Carolina: Tiffany M. Dockery Memorial Fund Make-A-Wish Foundation of Eastern North Carolina, Inc. Endowment
Funds Beneﬁting the North Carolina Museum of Life and Science: Nora K. Nicholson Scholarship Fund North Carolina Museum of Life and Science Endowment Fund Frank Smullin Art and Technology Fund
Susan Ribet Martin and Grace Ribet Memorial Scholarship Ruby Ennis Maynard Scholarship Fund Meals on Wheels of Durham Fund, Inc. Management Reserve Fund Meals on Wheels of Wake County Fund for the Future Richard K. Meyer Memorial Fund for ACRA Montessori Community School Fund Anne Nichols Moore Endowment for Volunteer Center of Greater Durham Morse Integrative Strategies Endowment Charles F. T. Nakarai Fund for Piano Competition George W. and Mary H. Newton Endowment North Carolina Amateur Sports Endowment Fund North Carolina Fund Legacies Fund
North Carolina School of the Arts Endowment Funds Beneﬁting Chrysalis Foundation for Mental Health: OPC Foundation for Mental Health Therapeutic Summer Camp Endowment William Hollister Endowment John A. Parker Fund Dr. Carl N. Patterson Memorial Fund Planned Parenthood of Orange and Durham Counties Endowment Fund Funds Beneﬁting the Alice Aycock Poe Center for Health Education: Laura Bailey & Claire Elisabeth Avery Fund for the Alice Aycock Poe Center for Health Education Building Healthy People Fund Poe-Smith Endowed Scholarship Fund
E.K. Powe Memorial Fund L. Richardson Preyer Endowment for the North Carolina Coastal Federation Puckett-Strickland Fund Betsy B. Rollins Fund for Hunger in Durham Rotary Club of Chapel Hill Fund Richard S. and Sylvia G. Ruby Fund Rufﬁn/Edwards Academic Development Scholarship (READS) Fund St. Cecilia Fund St. George’s Episcopal Church Organ Endowment Fund Sister Cities of Durham Endowment for International Understanding Judy and Johnnie Smith Endowment Fund William Taylor-Lillie Mae Jones Fund Funds Beneﬁting Threshold: Threshold Endowment Fund We Are Not Alone Fund
Triangle United Way Capacity-Building Fund Triangle United Way Legacy Society Fund United Way of Chatham County Endowment Fund Wake County Bar Association Foundation Fund Funds Beneﬁting the Wake County Public Library: Henry Miller Memorial Fund for the Wake Co. Public Library Fund Wake County Public Library Fund LeRoy T. Walker Endowment for John Avery Boys and Girls Club Philip Watts Foundation Fund Richard E. Whitted Fund F. Carter Williams Architectural Endowment Women In Action Endowment Fund Women’s Center Endowment Fund
Tobaccoland Kiwanis Fund for the Lincoln Community Health Center Funds Beneﬁting Triangle Land Conservancy: Herman Howe and Gladys Otten Fussler Endowment Fund Logan Irvin Stewardship Fund Willis Alton & Margaret Baker Reid Stewardship Fund
Grantmaking 875 GRANTS — $8.74 MILLION TO THE COMMUNITY
SEEKING A GRANT? Visit www.trianglecf.org for complete and up-to-date information about the Foundation’s grantmaking. Use Philanthropy Central™ to complete an Impact Proﬁle, which is a vehicle for you to share information about In ﬁscal year 2004-2005, Triangle Community Foundation partnered with fundholders to demonstrate a commitment to making the Triangle a better place with close to 900 grants totaling more than $8.7 million. These grants were made through donor-advised, designated, and unrestricted funds. The Foundation thanks all who helped make a difference in the region and beyond.
your organization’s mission, history, projects, track record, and aspirations. For additional information, contact the Philanthropic Services Department of Triangle Community Foundation at (919) 474-8370.
Inspiring Thoughtful Giving Beyond the gifting of assets, Triangle Community Foundation helps donors identify issues of importance to them and inspires engagement with community organizations addressing these issues, thereby maximizing the impact of charitable gifts and creating a greater sense of fulﬁllment. Triangle Community Foundation helps donors make a meet their charitable goals through grantmaking.
Grants JULY 1, 2004 – JUNE 30, 2005 ANIMAL-RELATED
Animal Protection Soc. of Orange Co. . . . . $300.00 Ducks Unlimited . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$500.00 Henry Vilas Park Zoological Society . . . .$500.00 NC Veterinary Medical Foundation . . . .$250.00 NC Zoological Society . . . . . . . . $17,000.00 Society of St. Francis, Province of the Americas. . . . . . . . . . . . . $300.00 SPCA of Wake Co. . . . . . . . . . . $2,350.00 Suncoast Humane Society . . . . . . . $500.00 World Wildlife Fund . . . . . . . . . $1,550.00 ARTS, CULTURE, AND HUMANITIES
Ackland Art Museum . . . . . . . . American Dance Festival . . . . . . Amherst Early Music, Inc. . . . . . Archipelago, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . Arts Center Advocates, Inc.. . . . . ArtsCenter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Artspace . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Artsplosure . . . . . . . . . . . . . Aspen Music Festival and School. . Ayn Rand Institute . . . . . . . . . Berkshire Children’s Chorus . . . . Burning Coal Theatre Company . . Capital Area Preservation, Inc. . . . Carolina Arts Festival . . . . . . . . Carolina Ballet . . . . . . . . . . . Carolina Theatre . . . . . . . . . . Center for Documentary Studies . . Chamber Orchestra of the Triangle Chapel Hill Community Chorus . . Chapel Hill Museum . . . . . . . . Chapel Hill Philharmonia. . . . . . Chapel Hill Preservation Society . . Chautauqua Institution . . . . . . . Choral Society of Durham . . . . . Civil War Preservation Trust . . . .
. $38,100.00 . . $500.00 . $3,000.00 . . $100.00 . $1,000.00 . $2,550.00 . $25,300.00 . $3,500.00 . $1,000.00 . $5,000.00 . . $500.00 . $22,500.00 . $4,216.93 . $5,100.00 . $20,250.00 . . $750.00 . $2,100.00 . $6,158.13 . . $500.00 . $1,500.00 . . $500.00 . . $250.00 . $3,000.00 . . $500.00 . $10,000.00
Classical Voice of North Carolina. . . $3,200.00 Community Music School . . . . . . . $250.00 Country Dance and Song Society . . . $250.00 Doc Arts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,000.00 Duke Univ. Institute for the Arts . . . . $250.00 Duke Univ. Museum of Art . . . . . . $2,000.00 Durham Arts Council . . . . . . . . $123,438.26 Durham Music Teachers Assoc. . . . . $600.00 Early Music America . . . . . . . . . . $250.00 Empowerment Project . . . . . . . . . $250.00 Exploris . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $500.00 Foundation for National Progress . . . $300.00 Friends of the NC Maritime Museum. . . $2,500.00 Friends of the NC Museum of Natural Sciences. . . . . . . . . . $3,000.00 Hillforest Historical Foundation . . . $7,000.00 Historic Hillsborough Commission. . . $500.00 Historic Preservation Society of Durham $1,000.00 Kniesel Hall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $4,000.00 Louise Wells Cameron Museum of Art . $5,000.00 Mallarme Chamber Players. . . . . . . $500.00 Manbites Dog Theater Company. . . . $250.00 Moncure Museum of Art . . . . . . . $3,000.00 Museum of Fine Arts . . . . . . . . . $5,000.00 Music Academy of Eastern Carolina . $1,000.00 Music Mission Kiev . . . . . . . . . . $1,000.00 Mystic Seaport Museum . . . . . . . . $500.00 National Academy of Science. . . . . $1,000.00 National Humanities Center . . . . . $25,750.00 National Trust for Historic Preservation . . . . . . . . . . . . $30,000.00 NC Arts for Health . . . . . . . . . . . $750.00 NC Humanities Council . . . . . . . $1,500.00 NC Museum of Art Foundation . . $198,050.00 NC Museum of History Associates . . . $500.00 NC Museum of Life and Science. . . $44,856.70 NC School of the Arts Foundation . . $1,941.96 NC Symphony. . . . . . . . . . . . . $48,000.00
NC Theatre . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $5,000.00 NCSU Friends of the Gallery. . . . . . $500.00 NCSU Friends of the Gallery of Art and Design . . . . . . . . . . . $500.00 Nepal Center of North Carolina . . . . $250.00 New Visions Center for Art and Healing, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . $850.00 Opera Company of NC . . . . . . . . $11,746.92 Organization of American Historians. . $250.00 Park City Historical Society and Museum. . . . . . . . . . . . $5,000.00 Penland School of Crafts . . . . . . . $1,000.00 Piven Theatre Workshop . . . . . . . . $500.00 PlayMakers Repertory Company . . . $6,700.00 Pope House Museum Foundation . . $1,500.00 Preservation North Carolina . . . . . $56,460.28 Rags To Riches Theater for Young Audiences . . . . . . . . . . $500.00 Raleigh Boychoir . . . . . . . . . . . . $500.00 Raleigh City Museum . . . . . . . . . $1,250.00 Raleigh Dance Theatre . . . . . . . . . $250.00 SeeSaw Studio. . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,000.00 Sister Cities of Durham . . . . . . . . $11,053.68 Southern Documentary Fund . . . . $1,681.00 Spanish Dance Arts Company . . . . $1,000.00 St. Joseph’s Historic Foundation . . . $3,000.00 The Community Chest, Inc. . . . . . $1,000.00 UNC Center for Public Television . . $5,450.00 UNC Dept. of Dramatic Arts . . . . . . $250.00 UNC Institute for the Arts and Humanities . . . . . . . . . . . $250.00 UNC Press. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $6,000.00 United Arts Council of Raleigh and Wake Co. . . . . . . . . . . . $35,800.00 Walltown Children’s Theatre . . . . . $9,500.00 WCPE Radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . $9,350.00 WEDU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $5,000.00 WGBH Education Foundation . . . . . $500.00
Grants JULY 1, 2004 – JUNE 30, 2005
WHQR . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wilmington Children’s Museum Witness for Peace . . . . . . . . WNCU-FM . . . . . . . . . . . WUNC Radio . . . . . . . . . .
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. . $250.00 . $1,000.00 . . $300.00 . . $750.00 . $15,105.00
CIVIL RIGHTS, SOCIAL ACTION, AND ADVOCACY
American Civil Liberties Union of NC Legal Foundation. . . . . . . . . . $500.00 American Institute for Social Justice . . .$5,000.00 Durham Co. Dept. of Social Services. . . .$250.00 El Pueblo, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . $500.00 Hemlock Foundation . . . . . . . . . $1,000.00 NC Peace Action Education Fund . . $1,800.00 Oxfam America . . . . . . . . . . . . $9,500.00 Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $300.00 Southern Anti-Racism Network . . . $5,800.00 Student Action with Farmworkers . . $10,300.00 Women’s International League for Peace & Freedom . . . . . . . . . . . . $300.00 COMMUNITY, BUSINESS, AND INDUSTRY
American Institute for Social Justice . $5,000.00 El Centro Hispano . . . . . . . . . . . $250.00 Foundation for Renewal of Eastern North Carolina . . . . . . . . . . $5,000.00 Historic Oakwood Cemetery . . . . . $5,000.00 Junior League of Raleigh . . . . . . . $11,000.00 Metro Durham Sponsors . . . . . . . $3,000.00 NC Rural Economic Development Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,000.00 Newcomen Society of the U.S. . . . . $2,500.00 Operation Toy Box . . . . . . . . . . . $500.00
CRIME AND LEGAL
Brady Center to Prevent Handgun Violence . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $300.00 Carolina Justice Policy Center . . . . $1,000.00 Center for Death Penalty Litigation . . . .$500.00 Dispute Settlement Center of Orange Co. . . . . . . . . . . . . $25,500.00 Exchange Club’s Child Abuse Prevention Center. . . . . . . . . $6,450.00 Hillsborough Police Dept. . . . . . . $1,500.00 Judicial Watch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $400.00 Legal Aid of NC . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,000.00 North Carolinians Against Gun Violence . . . . Education Fund . . . . . . . . . . $3,450.00 Prevent Child Abuse, North Carolina . $2,500.00 Southern Poverty Law Center . . . . $1,550.00 Summit House . . . . . . . . . . . . . $250.00 PUBLIC SAFETY AND DISASTER SERVICES
AAA Foundation for Trafﬁc Safety . . . $250.00 American Red Cross . . . . . . . . . $3,250.00 American Red Cross of Tampa Bay . $2,000.00 American Red Cross, Central NC Chapter . . . . . . . . . . . . $3,000.00 American Red Cross, Triangle Chapter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $10,900.00 Apex Fire Department . . . . . . . . $4,912.58 Catholic Relief Services. . . . . . . . $11,000.00 Direct Relief International . . . . . . $4,000.00 Int’l Federation of Red Cross & Red Crescent Society at UN . . . . . . . $250.00 DISEASES, DISORDERS, AND MEDICAL DISCIPLINES AND RESEARCH
AIDS Community Residence Assoc. . $12,670.37 Alliance of AIDS Services-Carolina . $1,200.00 American Foundation for AIDS
Research (AMFAR) . . . . . . . . . . American Lung Assoc. of NC, Central Area Ofﬁce . . . . . . . . Guiding Eyes for the Blind . . . . . . Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, NC Chapter . . . . . . . . . . . . March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation . . . . . . . . . . . . National Multiple Sclerosis Society . NC Lion’s Foundation . . . . . . . . Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation of the United States . . . . . . . . . Prevent Blindness NC . . . . . . . . The Brain Tumor Society . . . . . . . EDUCATION
. $250.00 . $250.00 . $250.00 $2,250.00 $1,000.00 . $500.00 $6,170.42 $1,537.76 $5,500.00 . $500.00
Alumni Fund Association of Yale University . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $275.00 American Schools Abroad . . . . . . $3,000.00 Atlanta International School . . . . . $1,500.00 Augustine Project (Church of the Holy Family). . . . . . . . . . . . $2,250.00 Barton College . . . . . . . . . . . . . $250.00 Broughton High School Alumni Assoc. . . . . . . . . . . . $12,537.65 Bruce J. Ennis Foundation . . . . . . . $250.00 C. U. Lundy Chair – Adam Smith Club . . . $500.00 Calvary Ministries of the Westend Community, Inc.. . . . . . . . . . $10,000.00 Cameron Park Elementary School . . $2,092.86 Campbell University . . . . . . . . . $17,500.00 Capitol Hill Day School. . . . . . . . . $250.00 Carleton College . . . . . . . . . . . $1,000.00 Carolina Friends School . . . . . . . $16,250.00 Carter Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $250.00 Cedar Ridge High School. . . . . . . . $400.00 Central Carolina Community College Foundation . . . . . . . . $35,400.00
Central Elementary School . . . . . . $2,346.54 Chapel Hill Carrboro Public School Foundation . . . . . . . . . . . . $8,877.86 Chapel Hill High School . . . . . . . . $400.00 Chapel Hill Public Library Foundation . .$28,587.47 Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools/Blue Ribbon Mentor Program . . . . . $11,000.00 Chatham Hall . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,000.00 Child Care Services Assoc. . . . . . . $1,000.00 Collegiate School . . . . . . . . . . . . $250.00 Columbia University . . . . . . . . . $5,000.00 Columbia University/Assoc. of Physicians and Surgeons Alumni . . .$5,000.00 Common Cause Education Fund . . $25,000.00 Communities in Schools of Rockingham Co.. . . . . . . . . . $1,367.00 Communities in Schools of Wake Co. . . $66,250.00 Community School For People Under Six . . . . . . . . . . . . . $4,000.00 Conover School . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,639.25 Converse College . . . . . . . . . . . $20,000.00 Cornell University. . . . . . . . . . . $5,000.00 Crossnore School . . . . . . . . . . . . $400.00 Cumberland College . . . . . . . . . . $250.00 Dartmouth College . . . . . . . . . . $5,500.00 Davidson College . . . . . . . . . . . $10,000.00 Davis & Elkins College/Augusta Heritage Center . . . . . . . . . . $4,000.00 DonorsChooseNC. . . . . . . . . . . . $875.00 Duke School for Children . . . . . . $10,000.00 Duke Univ. Dept. of Biology . . . . . $70,000.00 Duke Univ. Development Ofﬁce . . . $45,300.00 Duke Univ. Fuqua School of Business. . . $8,500.00 Duke Univ. Law School . . . . . . . . $3,400.00 Duke Univ. Medical Center Dept. of Biochemistry . . . . . . . . . . $20,306.48 Duke Univ. Nicholas School of the Environment . . . . . . . . . . . $25,000.00
Duke Univ. Ofﬁce of Alumni Affairs & Development $1,150.00 Duke University . . . . . . . . . . . . $56,250.00 Duke University, Duke-Durham Campaign . . . . . . . . . . . . . $2,000.00 Duke-United Way Partnership . . . . . $600.00 Durham Academy. . . . . . . . . . . $49,700.00 Durham Library Foundation . . . . . $3,250.00 Durham Nativity School . . . . . . . $2,500.00 Durham Public Education Network . . $14,857.97 Durham Technical Community College Foundation $16,000.00 Dwight-Englewood School . . . . . . . $500.00 E. K. Powe Elementary School . . . . $2,002.37 East Chapel Hill High School . . . . . $400.00 Eckerd College . . . . . . . . . . . . . $250.00 Eﬂand-Cheeks Elementary School . . . .$2,494.52 Elizabeth City State University Foundation . . . . . . . . . . . . $51,000.00 Emma Conn Elementary . . . . . . . $1,147.00 Ephesus Elementary School . . . . . $1,188.81 Fairleigh Dickinson University . . . . $2,000.00 Family and Youth Achievement Center Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . $6,000.00 Florida State University Foundation . . $250.00 Foundation for Madison’s Public Schools . $250.00 Friends of the Chapel Hill Library . . $7,000.00 Fund for Human Possibility . . . . . $5,000.00 G. C. Hawley High School National Alumni Assoc. . . . . . . . . . . . $1,000.00 Gardner-Webb University . . . . . . $5,000.00 Gilman School. . . . . . . . . . . . . . $250.00 Grady A. Brown Elementary School . $1,395.24 Greensboro College Foundation . . . $26,285.56 Groton School . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,806.57 Growing Together Preschool . . . . . $7,500.00 Hampden-Sydney College . . . . . . $14,470.00 Harvard College Fund . . . . . . . . $1,000.00
Harvard School of Public Health . . . $1,000.00 Healthy Start Education . . . . . . . $1,000.00 Hill Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $4,500.00 Hopkins School . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,000.00 Hudson School . . . . . . . . . . . . . $200.00 Independent College Fund of NC . . $2,500.00 Johns Hopkins University . . . . . . . . $300.00 Kenan-Flagler Business School Foundation . . . . . . . . . . . . $55,500.00 Knox School . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $500.00 Kramden Institute Inc. . . . . . . . . $12,500.00 Leadership Triangle . . . . . . . . . . $6,696.46 Learning Together, Inc. . . . . . . . . $5,286.17 Lucy Daniels Center for Childhood Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . $2,346.49 Mary Baldwin College . . . . . . . . $1,000.00 Medical Foundation of ECU . . . . . . $250.00 Medical Foundation of NC . . . . . . . $500.00 Mekye Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . $14,700.00 MENTOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $2,000.00 Meredith College . . . . . . . . . . . $20,000.00 Merrie-Woode Foundation . . . . . . . $250.00 Methodist College. . . . . . . . . . . $10,000.00 Montreat College . . . . . . . . . . . $11,320.77 Morehead Planetarium and Science Center . . . . . . . . . . $6,200.00 Mt. Tabor High School . . . . . . . . $2,500.00 NC Bankers Association Foundation . $1,000.00 NC Center for the Advancement of Teaching . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,500.00 NC Public Interest Research Group Education Fund . . . . . . . . . . . $550.00 NCCU Foundation . . . . . . . . . . $1,000.00 NCCU School of Business . . . . . . . $600.00 NCCU School of Education . . . . . $3,000.00 NCRA Hospitality Educational Foundation . . . . . . . . . . . $150,000.00 NCSU Alumni Association . . . . . . $1,000.00
Grants JULY 1, 2004 – JUNE 30, 2005
NCSU College of Engineering/ NC Engineering Foundation . . NCSU College of Humanities and Social Science . . . . . . . . . . NCSU Foundation . . . . . . . . . NCSU Student Aid Association. . . Northern High School . . . . . . . Northﬁeld Mt. Hermon School. . . Northwestern University . . . . . . Ontario College of Art and Design Foundation . . . . . . . . . . . Orange Co. Literacy Council . . . . Orange High School . . . . . . . . Pamlico Co. Primary School PTO . Pasquotank High School . . . . . . Pathways Elementary School . . . . Peace College . . . . . . . . . . . . Pennsylvania State Univ. . . . . . . Pharmacy Foundation of NC . . . . Philip Watts Foundation . . . . . . Phillips Exeter Academy . . . . . . Pine Point School . . . . . . . . . . Pitt Co. Education Foundation . . . Princeton University . . . . . . . . Princeton University Theological Seminar . . . . . . . . . . . . . Public Education Network . . . . . Public School Forum of NC . . . . Purnell School . . . . . . . . . . . . Radcliffe College . . . . . . . . . . Raleigh School. . . . . . . . . . . . Randolph Macon Woman’s College Ravenscroft School . . . . . . . . . Read Seed, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . Riverside High School . . . . . . . Robert C. Parker School . . . . . . Rocky Mount Senior High School . RTI-PCCO . . . . . . . . . . . . .
. $1,000.00 . $3,000.00 . $10,350.00 . $5,000.00 . . $500.00 . $1,000.00 . $1,000.00 $406,272.85 . . $500.00 . . $400.00 . . $500.00 . $1,557.47 . $1,670.66 . $38,500.00 . $1,000.00 . $25,000.00 . $1,000.00 . . $300.00 . $1,000.00 . $1,102.17 . $1,750.00 . $10,130.00 . $1,000.00 . $2,500.00 . . $250.00 . . $500.00 . . $250.00 . $4,250.00 . $12,750.00 . $16,500.00 . $1,500.00 . $54,516.43 . $1,000.00 . $5,500.00
Rutgers School of Law . . . . . . . . $1,000.00 Salem Academy and College . . . . . $1,500.00 Samford Univ. . . . . . . . . . . . . . $10,000.00 Sanderson High School . . . . . . . . $1,050.00 Sandhills Children’s Center . . . . . . $10,000.00 Sandra Lerner Jewish Community Day School of Durham/Chapel Hill . . . .$5,000.00 Sarah Lawrence College . . . . . . . $12,000.00 Sayre Area High School. . . . . . . . $2,000.00 Sea Education Assoc. Inc. . . . . . . $5,000.00 Skidmore College . . . . . . . . . . . $2,250.00 Spoleto Study Abroad . . . . . . . . . $5,000.00 St. Martha’s Catholic School . . . . . $25,000.00 St. Mary Magdalene Catholic Church & School . . . . . . . . . $3,000.00 St. Mary’s School . . . . . . . . . . . $16,000.00 St. Olaf College . . . . . . . . . . . . . $300.00 St. Peter’s Prep . . . . . . . . . . . . $5,000.00 St. Timothy’s School. . . . . . . . . . $4,800.00 Taft School. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $100.00 Teach For America/NC . . . . . . . . $10,000.00 The Central High School Foundation . . . $1,500.00 Trinity Academy . . . . . . . . . . . . $16,530.00 Trinity College. . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,500.00 Trinity School of Durham/ Chapel Hill . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,000.00 U.S. Naval Academy Foundation . . $425,000.00 UNC Arts and Sciences Foundation . . $29,750.00 UNC Asheville Ofﬁce of Financial Aid. $1,500.00 UNC at Chapel Hill Foundation . . . $1,000.00 UNC Chancellor’s Club . . . . . . . . $2,500.00 UNC Development Ofﬁce . . . . . . $55,037.06 UNC Greensboro . . . . . . . . . . . . $850.00 UNC Library Development . . . . . $20,000.00 UNC Mathematics and Science Education Network . . . . . . . . . .$1,000.00 UNC Ofﬁce of Scholarships and Student Aid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$2,000.00
UNC Program in the Humanities . . $1,250.00 UNC School of Arts & Sciences/Carolina Center for Jewish Studies . . . . . . $400.00 UNC School of Government/Institute of Government . . . . . . . . . . $2,000.00 UNC School of Law. . . . . . . . . . $2,000.00 UNC School of Medicine . . . . . . . $1,000.00 UNC School of Public Health . . . $118,500.00 UNC School of Social Work . . . . . $53,709.85 UNC Wilmington . . . . . . . . . . . $3,500.00 University of California San Francisco Foundation $7,000.00 University of Denver . . . . . . . . . $1,000.00 University of Guelph . . . . . . . . . $1,739.54 University of Nebraska Foundation . $1,000.00 University of Ottawa Law School . . . $25,285.14 University of Tennessee Research Corporation . . . . . . . . . . . . $43,900.00 University of Virginia . . . . . . . . . $5,250.00 University of Wisconsin . . . . . . . . $1,500.00 Vassar College . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,000.00 Wake Co. Literacy Council . . . . . . . $300.00 Wake Co. Public Libraries . . . . . $100,000.00 Wake Co. SmartStart, Inc. . . . . . . $2,500.00 Wake Education Partnership . . . . $173,000.00 Wake Forest Univ. School of Law . . $2,000.00 Wake Forest University . . . . . . . . $5,500.00 Wake Technical Community College Foundation . . . . . . . . $6,500.00 Wakeﬁeld Elementary School . . . . $1,000.00 Wakeﬁeld Middle School . . . . . . . $1,000.00 Wayland High School Scholarship Committee. . . . . . . . . . . . . . $500.00 Wee Talk. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,000.00 Wesleyan College . . . . . . . . . . . . $300.00 Wesleyan School . . . . . . . . . . . $1,000.00 Westside Community School Foundation. . $500.00 Wharton School/Univ. of Pennsylvania . . $1,500.00
Wheaton College . . . . . . . . . . . Whitman College . . . . . . . . . . . Yale Law School Fund . . . . . . . . Youth Life Foundation of the Triangle . Duke Univ. Divinity School. . . . . .
$2,500.00 . $500.00 $1,000.00 $7,500.00 . $300.00
Center for Community Self-Help . . $1,000.00 Good Work . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $42,300.00 SEEDS, Inc.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . $33,352.00 ENVIRONMENT
Agricultural Resources Center . . . . . $100.00 Alaska Conservation Foundation . . . . $250.00 Appalachian Mountain Club . . . . . . $800.00 Bald Head Island Conservancy Inc. . $6,500.00 Blue Ridge Environmental Defense League . . . . . . . . . . $2,000.00 Botanical Gardens Foundation, Inc. . $6,300.00 Buck Hill Conservation Foundation . $1,000.00 Carolina Environmental Program of UNC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $2,000.00 Carolina Farm Stewardship Assoc. . . $3,500.00 Carrboro Parks Project . . . . . . . . . $285.00 Chesapeake Bay Foundation . . . . . . $250.00 Clean Water for NC, Inc. . . . . . . . $1,000.00 Conservation Council for Hawaii . . . . $250.00 Conservation Council of NC Foundation $250.00 Conservation Trust for NC . . . . . . $4,500.00 Co-op America . . . . . . . . . . . . . $250.00 Defenders of Wildlife . . . . . . . . . . $300.00 Duke Univ. Children’s Environmental Health Initiative . . . . . . . . . . $1,000.00 Earth Share of NC . . . . . . . . . . . $500.00 EarthJustice Legal Defense Fund . . . $250.00 Eno River Assoc. . . . . . . . . . . . . $250.00 Environmental Defense Fund . . . . $16,750.00 Environmental Education Fund . . . $1,000.00
Friends of the Earth . . . . . . . . . . $250.00 Greenpeace Fund . . . . . . . . . . . . $250.00 Haw River Assembly . . . . . . . . . $1,300.00 Integrative Strategies Forum, Inc. . . $91,401.09 Island Institute . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,000.00 Leaﬂight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $300.00 National Outdoor Leadership School . $250.00 National Park Foundation . . . . . . . $300.00 National Parks and Conservation Assoc. $250.00 Natural Resources Defense Council . . $250.00 Nature Conservancy . . . . . . . . . $7,500.00 Nature Conservancy, NC Chapter . . $22,500.00 NC Coastal Federation . . . . . . . . . $100.00 NC Conservation Network . . . . . . $5,000.00 NC Environmental Defense Fund . . $12,500.00 NC Waste Awareness and Reduction Network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,000.00 North Carolina Arboretum Society . . . $100.00 Outer Banks Conservationists . . . . $1,000.00 Rainforest Alliance . . . . . . . . . . . $250.00 Rural Advancement Foundation International-USA. . . . . . . . . $1,400.00 Sarah P. Duke Gardens . . . . . . . . $16,250.00 Sierra Club Foundation . . . . . . . . $2,750.00 Sierra Club, NC Chapter . . . . . . . . $250.00 Southern Environmental Law Center . $10,000.00 SURGE (Students United For A Responsible Global Environment) . . .$25.00 Sustainable North Carolina . . . . . . $10,000.00 Triangle Land Conservancy. . . . . $154,589.55 Trust for Public Land . . . . . . . . . . $500.00 UNC Institute of Marine Sciences . . $2,000.00 Union of Concerned Scientists . . . . $1,000.00 Wilderness Society . . . . . . . . . . . $250.00 FOOD, AGRICULTURE, AND NUTRITION
America’s Second Harvest . . . . . . . $250.00 Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina . . . . . . . . . . $32,250.00
Food for the Poor . . . . . . . . . . . . $300.00 Food Runners Collaborative . . . . . $2,450.00 Friends of Triangle Seniors and Food Assistance . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,000.00 Heifer Project International . . . . . . $500.00 Inter-Faith Food Shuttle . . . . . . . $2,250.00 Loaves and Fishes Christian Food Ministry . . . . . . . . . . . . $589.78 Loaves and Fishes Ministry, Inc. . . . $3,900.00 Mazon: A Jewish Response to Hunger . $250.00 Meals on Wheels of Durham . . . . . $1,500.00 Meals on Wheels of Wake Co. . . . . $5,100.00 NC Hunters for the Hungry . . . . . $1,000.00 Shepherd’s Table Soup Kitchen . . . $1,000.00 Western Wake Crisis Ministry . . . . $1,000.00 HEALTH CARE
Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention Coalition of NC . . . . . . . . . . $5,500.00 Alamance Regional Medical Center . $1,000.00 Alice Aycock Poe Center for Health Education . . . . . . . . . $7,349.96 Alliance Medical Ministry. . . . . . . $2,500.00 American Cancer Society . . . . . . . $3,500.00 American Diabetes Assoc. . . . . . . $1,750.00 American Heart Assoc., NC Council . $2,400.00 American Lung Assoc. of NC. . . . . $1,500.00 Amran Shrine Circus . . . . . . . . . . $160.00 Arthritis Foundation, Carolinas Chapter . . $500.00 Autism Society of NC, Orange Co. Chapter. . . . . . . . . $250.00 Baptist Health Foundation . . . . . . $1,500.00 Be Active North Carolina . . . . . . . $22,500.00 Bread for the City . . . . . . . . . . . $1,000.00 Caring House, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . $7,300.00 Carolina Health and Humor Assoc. . . . . $1,200.00 Center for Child and Family Health NC . . . . . . . . . . . . . $12,000.00
Grants JULY 1, 2004 – JUNE 30, 2005
Chapel Hill Breast Cancer Foundation . $750.00 Children’s Flight of Hope. . . . . . . . $300.00 Children’s Miracle Network . . . . . . $500.00 Church Health Center of Memphis . $10,000.00 Community Health Coalition . . . . . $4,500.00 Cornucopia House Cancer Support Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $16,260.00 Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Carolina Chapter . . . . . . . . . $1,500.00 Doctors on Call for Service Foundation . . . . . . . . . . . . $9,000.00 Doctors Without Borders USA . . . . $5,500.00 Duke Cancer Patient Support Program . . . $500.00 Duke Children’s Hospital and Health Center . . . . . . . . . . . $11,650.00 Duke Community Hospice Services . . $13,735.64 Duke Comprehensive Cancer Center . $17,458.00 Duke Health Raleigh Hospital . . . . $1,000.00 Duke Heart Center . . . . . . . . . . $6,000.00 Duke Univ. School of Medicine . . . . $250.00 Durham Health Partners . . . . . . . $2,000.00 Family Health Ministries . . . . . . . $10,000.00 Global Vaccines, Inc. . . . . . . . . . $1,000.00 Helping Hands Clinic of Caldwell Co. Inc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,129.20 Hospice and Palliative Care of Greensboro . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,300.57 Hospice of Rutherford Co. . . . . . . $1,000.00 Hospice of Wake Co. . . . . . . . . . $14,550.00 International Hospital for Children . $10,000.00 International Medical Corps . . . . . . $250.00 IPAS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $4,000.00 Jim’s Kids . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,000.00 Josie Harper Hospice House . . . . . . $250.00 Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation . . . . . . . . . . . . $17,000.00 Leo W. Jenkins Cancer Center . . . . $1,000.00
Lincoln Community Health Center . $3,587.38 Lineberger Cancer Research Center . $8,600.00 Ma Krupa Charitable Foundation . . . .$5,000.00 Make-A-Wish Foundation of Eastern NC . . . . . . . . . . . . $7,982.04 Massachusetts General Hospital . . $471,000.00 Matthew’s Ride for the Children . . . $18,000.00 Muscular Dystrophy Assoc. . . . . . . . $100.00 National Foundation for Transplants . . .$5,000.00 NC Occupational Safety and Health Project . . . . . . . . . . . . $300.00 Partners in Health. . . . . . . . . . . . $250.00 Piedmont Health Services, Inc.. . . . $6,938.33 Planned Parenthood Health Systems. . $500.00 Planned Parenthood of Central NC . . . $87,374.77 Planned Parenthood of Orange & Durham Counties . . . . . . . . . . $600.00 Pregnancy Support Services . . . . . . $800.00 Rex Healthcare Foundation . . . . . $1,000.00 Ronald McDonald House of Chapel Hill . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,250.00 Ronald McDonald House of Durham $6,000.00 Royal Alliance Associates, Inc. . . . . $6,823.15 Senior PharmAssist . . . . . . . . . . $27,300.00 Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation . . . . . . . . . . . . . $500.00 U.S. Fund for UNICEF . . . . . . . $1,850.00 UNC Hospice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $650.00 Virginia Home. . . . . . . . . . . . . . $250.00 Wake Health Services, Inc. . . . . . . $1,500.00 WakeMed Foundation . . . . . . . . $10,000.00 HOUSING
Affordable Rentals Inc. . . . . . . . . . Appalachia Service Project . . . . . . . Durham Affordable Housing Coalition Durham Community Land Trustees . .
$750.00 $250.00 $500.00 $500.00
Durham InterFaith Hospitality Network . . $250.00 EmPOWERment, Inc. . . . . . . . . $60,050.00 Habakkuk Inc.. . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,100.00 Habitat for Humanity International . . $500.00 Habitat for Humanity of Chatham Co. . .$1,250.00 Habitat for Humanity of Durham Co. . $35,500.00 Habitat for Humanity of Orange Co. $32,250.00 Habitat for Humanity of Wake Co. . . $30,300.00 Housing for New Hope . . . . . . . . $5,000.00 Mission House for Women . . . . . . $10,000.00 Orange Community Housing and Land Trust . . . . . . . . . . . . . $6,000.00 Pikes Peak Habitat for Humanity. . . $1,000.00 Pinellas Habitat for Humanity . . . . $5,000.00 Wake Interfaith Hospitality Network . . .$1,000.00 Weaver Community Housing Assoc. . . $750.00 HUMAN SERVICES
200 Club of Wake Co.. . . . . . . . . . $250.00 A Helping Hand. . . . . . . . . . . . $7,500.00 A. J. Muste Memorial Institute . . . . . $300.00 Arc of Durham Co., Inc. . . . . . . . $4,369.51 Arc of Greensboro . . . . . . . . . . $1,032.99 Arc of Orange Co. . . . . . . . . . . . $3,508.26 Arc of Wake Co. . . . . . . . . . . . . $3,000.00 Barium Springs Home for Children . . $250.00 Boys and Girls Homes of NC . . . . . . $600.00 Bubel Aiken Foundation . . . . . . . $1,000.00 Buck Hill Community Services . . . . $1,000.00 CARE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $11,301.00 CARE/Child Abuse Resource and Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . $47,000.00 Carol Woods Retirement Community . . . $7,048.91 Cary Family YMCA . . . . . . . . . . $20,000.00 Catholic Social Ministries . . . . . . . $21,500.00 Center for Volunteer Caregiving . . . $11,000.00 Central Children’s Home of NC Inc. . . $13,250.00
Charles House Assoc. . . . . . . . . . $5,083.00 Children’s Home Society of NC . . . $5,000.00 Christian Appalachian Project . . . . . $250.00 Christian Life Home . . . . . . . . . $2,500.00 Church of God Orphanage and Children’s Home . . . . . . . . . $2,149.18 DOVES, Domestic Violence Emergency Services. . . . . . . . $1,000.00 Durham Co. Dept. of Social Services. . $36,418.16 Durham Crisis Response Center . . . $5,750.00 Durham Rescue Mission . . . . . . . $3,250.00 El Centro Latino . . . . . . . . . . . $12,000.00 Exceptional Children’s Assistance Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,000.00 Faithful Fools Street Ministry . . . . . $300.00 Family House of UNC . . . . . . . . $3,500.00 Family Violence and Rape Crisis Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $800.00 Family Violence Prevention Center of Orange Co. . . . . . . . . . . . $5,750.00 Fearrington Cares . . . . . . . . . . . . $300.00 Free Will Baptist Children’s Home. . . $500.00 Friends of the Chapel Hill Senior Center . . $500.00 Garner Road Family YMCA . . . . . $6,300.00 Genesis Home. . . . . . . . . . . . . $4,500.00 Good Shepherd Ministries . . . . . . $1,000.00 Hayes Place . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $500.00 Healing Place of Wake Co. . . . . . . $57,300.00 Homeless Empowerment Project . . . $250.00 Human Kindness Foundation . . . . . $300.00 Imagine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,500.00 Interact . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $4,000.00 Inter-Faith Council for Social Service . $24,683.00 Life Plan Trust . . . . . . . . . . . . $2,500.00 Little River Community Complex . . . $500.00 Malawi Children’s Village Foundation . . .$250.00 Masonic Home for Children . . . . . $5,860.37 Methodist Home for Children . . . . $62,000.00
Metropolitan Ministries. . . . . . . . $5,000.00 Moore County Dept of Social Services . .$1,000.00 Orange Co. Dept. of Social Services . . $22,214.00 Orange Co. Rape Crisis Center. . . . . $500.00 Orange Congregations in Mission . . $2,000.00 Peace Corps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $575.00 Project Compassion . . . . . . . . . . $16,500.00 Raleigh Downtown Lions Club . . . . $3,000.00 Raleigh Rescue Mission. . . . . . . . $30,489.71 Recording for the Blind and Dyslexic. . .$3,000.00 Residential Services, Inc. . . . . . . . $1,000.00 SAFEchild . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $14,575.00 Salvation Army, Durham Chapter . . $22,500.00 Salvation Army, Raleigh Chapter . . . $9,293.64 Samaritan’s Purse . . . . . . . . . . . $12,000.00 Save The Children . . . . . . . . . . . $500.00 SCAN (Stop Child Abuse Now) . . . $1,069.54 SEVA Foundation . . . . . . . . . . . . $300.00 Sheets Adult Care Center. . . . . . . . $250.00 StoriesWork . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $2,500.00 Tammy Lynn Center for Developmental Disabilities . . . . $7,750.00 Triangle Family Services . . . . . . . $5,817.00 Triangle Reading Service . . . . . . . $5,500.00 TROSA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $750.00 Urban Ministries of Durham . . . . . $7,022.23 Urban Ministries of Raleigh . . . . . $1,000.00 Wake Co. Human Services . . . . . . $69,942.78 Women In Action For The Prevention of Violence and Its Causes . . . . . $681.00 Women’s Center. . . . . . . . . . . . $39,189.54 YMCA of the Triangle Area. . . . . . $25,440.00 YWCA of the Greater Triangle . . . . $6,000.00 INTERNATIONAL
Ashoka . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $250.00 Assoc. for the Study of the Cuban Economy. . . . . . . . . . . . . . $10,000.00
CAF India . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Charities Aid Foundation America . FINCA International . . . . . . . . Human Rights Watch, Inc. . . . . . International Campaign for Tibet . National Peace Foundation . . . . . Ploughshares Fund . . . . . . . . . World Harvest Mission . . . . . . . World Team . . . . . . . . . . . . .
. $96,000.00 . . $250.00 . $1,050.00 . . $300.00 . . $300.00 . . $300.00 . $8,000.00 . $6,000.00 . $11,500.00
Chrysalis Foundation for Mental Health . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $16,506.12 Concern of Durham. . . . . . . . . . $2,000.00 Duke Univ. Medical Center Dept. of Psychiatry . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,000.00 Durham Center . . . . . . . . . . . . $6,000.00 Foundation of Hope for Res. and Treatment of Mental Illness . . . $16,000.00 Freedom House Recovery Center, Inc. . . . $500.00 HopeLine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $400.00 Malachi House . . . . . . . . . . . . . $250.00 Mental Health Assoc. in NC . . . . . . $250.00 Mental Health Assoc. in Orange Co. . $9,300.00 NAMI North Carolina . . . . . . . . . $500.00 NAMI of Orange Co. . . . . . . . . . $1,000.00 NC Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance. . . . . . . . . . $1,000.00 Threshold . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $250.00 UNC Dept. of Psychiatry . . . . . . . $2,000.00 PHILANTHROPY, VOLUNTARISM AND GRANTMAKING
American Friends Service Committee . .$6,250.00 Community Foundation of Western NC. . $6,000.00 Community Foundations of America. $2,000.00 CompuMentor . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,000.00
Grants JULY 1, 2004 – JUNE 30, 2005
Council on Foundations . . . . . . . $9,420.00 Durham Rotary Club Foundation . . $10,998.08 East Chapel Hill Rotary Club Foundation . . . . . . . . . . . . $4,000.00 Executive Service Corps of the Greater Triangle . . . . . . . . . . $6,000.00 GIVE Foundation . . . . . . . . . . . . $775.00 Landfall Foundation . . . . . . . . . $1,000.00 Maine Community Foundation. . . . . $500.00 NC Community Foundation . . . . . $2,500.00 NC Center for Nonproﬁts . . . . . . $10,000.00 NC Community Shares . . . . . . . . . $250.00 Philanthropic Research, Inc. (GuideStar) . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,000.00 Raleigh-Cary Jewish Federation, Inc. . . $91,008.73 Share and Care Foundation . . . . . $5,000.00 Triangle United Way . . . . . . . . . $68,850.00 United Way of Alamance Co. . . . . . $2,089.78 United Way of Chatham Co. . . . . . . $800.00 United Way of Forsyth Co. . . . . . . $25,000.00 United Way of Mitchell County . . . . $500.00 Volunteer Center of Greater Durham . .$1,845.61 Volunteer Florida Foundation . . . . . $500.00 PUBLIC, SOCIETY BENEFIT
American Legion Schley Post 452 . . $4,952.84 Bread for the World . . . . . . . . . . . $300.00 Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $300.00 Common Sense Foundation . . . . . $6,550.00 Durham People’s Alliance . . . . . . $1,000.00 Independent Sector . . . . . . . . . . $1,000.00 NC Bar Association . . . . . . . . . . $1,000.00 NC Center for Public Policy Research . . $700.00 Ofﬁce of the Governor of North Carolina . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $2,000.00 Public Knowledge . . . . . . . . . . . $15,000.00
Reason Foundation . . . . . . . . . . $5,000.00 September Eleventh Families for Peaceful Tomorrows. . . . . . . . . $300.00 The Grail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $300.00 UNC Dept. of City & Regional Planning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,000.00 USO of North Carolina – RDU Center $500.00 RECREATION AND SPORTS
Bluffton Rams . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,783.78 Camp Highland . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,000.00 Camp Oak Hill . . . . . . . . . . . . . $475.00 Camp Sea Gull/Camp Seafarer . . . . $5,000.00 Carolinas Golf Foundation . . . . . . . $250.00 Duke Univ. Athletics Dept. . . . . . . $20,000.00 Durham Central Park . . . . . . . . . . $500.00 Hilton Head Island Recreation Assoc. . .$1,000.00 Kid Gloves, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . $4,000.00 NC Amateur Sports Assoc. . . . . . . $39,684.73 NC Special Olympics . . . . . . . . . $2,224.16 PLAYSPACE Children’s Museum . . . $100.00 Raleigh Parks and Recreation . . . . . $854.24 Special Olympics North Carolina. . . $2,120.00 T.J. O’Grady Memorial Skate Board Park. . . . . . . . . . . . . $5,000.00 U.S. Handball Association . . . . . . $10,000.00 Victory Junction Gang Camp . . . . . $1,791.18 RELIGION AND SPIRITUALITY
Buddhist Peace Fellowship . . . . Catholic Diocese of Raleigh . . . International Students Inc. . . . . North Raleigh United Methodist Church . . . . . . . . . . . . . St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church . Temple Beth El . . . . . . . . . . Vivekananda Vedanta Society . . .
. . . $300.00 . . $25,000.00 . . $1,000.00
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$5,000.00 $1,000.00 . $250.00 $2,500.00
Aldersgate United Methodist Church – Chapel Hill . . . . . . . $11,500.00 Alliance of Baptists . . . . . . . . . . . $250.00 American Baptist Churches in the USA . . . $250.00 Apex United Methodist Church . . . $5,000.00 Benilde St. Margaret’s High School . $5,000.00 Beth Meyer Synagogue . . . . . . . . $5,000.00 Beyond Imagination Ministry. . . . . $7,500.00 Billy Graham Evangelistic Assoc.. . . $1,000.00 Binkley Baptist Church . . . . . . . . $3,500.00 Blacknall Memorial Presbyterian Church . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $7,200.00 BraveHearts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,500.00 Building Together, Inc. . . . . . . . . $2,000.00 Campus Crusade for Christ. . . . . . $1,000.00 Campus Crusade for Christ International. . . . . . . . . . . . $8,950.00 Cardinal Mooney High School . . . $100,000.00 Cary Church of God . . . . . . . . . $3,719.37 Cathedral of the Sacred Heart . . . . $10,000.00 Center for Progressive Christianity. . . $500.00 Chapel Hill Bible Church. . . . . . . $4,500.00 Chapel Hill Monthly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends . . . $2,500.00 Chapel Hill Zen Center . . . . . . . . . $500.00 Chapel of the Cross . . . . . . . . . . $2,900.00 Chevy Chase Presbyterian Church . . $1,500.00 Christ Episcopal Church . . . . . . . $30,900.00 Church of the Good Shepherd . . . . $10,000.00 Church of the Holy Family . . . . . . $52,000.00 Church World Service . . . . . . . . . $300.00 Community Bible Church . . . . . . . $250.00 Community Church of Chapel Hill Unitarian Universalist . . . . . . . $4,103.00 Congregation of the Good Shepherd . $2,000.00 Crossroads Fellowship . . . . . . . . $11,340.00 Deaf Opportunity OutReach (DOOR International) . . . . . . $8,448.00
Durham-Chapel Hill Jewish Federation . . . . . . . . . . . . . $34,123.83 Edenton St. United Methodist Church . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $22,000.00 Eno River Unitarian Universalist Fellowship . . . . . . . . . . . . $114,800.00 Episcopal Church of the Advocate . . $5,500.00 Episcopal Diocese of East Carolina . . $900.00 Episcopal Relief and Development . . $250.00 Epworth United Methodist Church . . $23,500.00 Evangelical Lutheran Church of America . . . . . . . . . . . . . $3,000.00 Fellowship of Christian Athletes . . . $1,560.91 First Assembly of God . . . . . . . . $2,733.41 First Baptist Church, Raleigh. . . . . $4,000.00 First Baptist Church, Winston-Salem . . $33,000.00 First Missionary Baptist Church . . . $1,000.00 First Presbyterian Church . . . . . . $36,256.00 Focus on the Family . . . . . . . . . $2,000.00 Fore the Lord . . . . . . . . . . . . . $15,500.00 Foundation of the Heart . . . . . . $298,916.33 Frank H. Kenan Chapel at Landfall . . $1,000.00 Gathering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $20,000.00 Gathering USA . . . . . . . . . . . . $2,800.00 Glendale Heights United Methodist Church . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $10,000.00 Grace Church . . . . . . . . . . . . . $12,000.00 Grey Stone Baptist Church . . . . . . $2,264.15 Harrison United Methodist Church . . .$7,432.00 Hayes Barton Baptist Church. . . . . . $100.00 Hayes Barton United Methodist Church . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $60,000.00 Hester Baptist Church . . . . . . . . $2,264.15 Holy Angels Foundation, Inc. . . . . $3,097.27 Holy Family Catholic Church . . . . $1,035.00 Holy Trinity Lutheran Church . . . . $3,000.00 Immaculate Conception Church . . . $5,500.00 Insight Meditation Society . . . . . . . $300.00
Interfaith Alliance Foundation . . . . . $250.00 International Teams . . . . . . . . . . $1,440.00 InterServe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $500.00 Jain Study Center of NC . . . . . . . $1,500.00 Jews for Jesus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $300.00 Judea Reform Congregation . . . . . $4,100.00 Kirk of Kildaire Presbyterian Church. . .$1,500.00 Knightdale Baptist Church . . . . . . $1,682.73 Lakeside Baptist Church . . . . . . . . $250.00 Littleton Baptist Church . . . . . . . $4,000.00 Living Faith Foundation . . . . . . . . $300.00 Mission to the World . . . . . . . . . . $375.00 Neighbor to Neighbor Ministries. . . . $500.00 New Hope Community Church . . . $1,000.00 Newman Catholic Student Center at Duke University . . . . . . . . . $500.00 Newman Catholic Student Center Parish . . . . . . . . . . . $2,500.00 Our Lady of Lourdes . . . . . . . . . $5,250.00 Potter’s Inn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $4,999.92 Priority Associates . . . . . . . . . . . $6,000.00 Promise Keepers . . . . . . . . . . . . $750.00 Pullen Memorial Baptist Church . . . $12,000.00 Resource Center for Women and Ministry in the South . . . . . . . . $250.00 Salvation Army of South Pinellas County . . . . . . . . . . $6,000.00 Seminario De Gracia . . . . . . . . . $15,000.00 Society of St. John the Evangelist . . . $300.00 St. Andrew the Apostle Catholic Church . . . . . . . . . . $1,500.00 St. Andrew’s On-The-Sound Episcopal Church . . . . . . . . . $1,000.00 St. George’s Episcopal Church . . . . . $541.05 St. Mark’s Episcopal Church . . . . . . $250.00 St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church . . . $8,750.00 St. Paul’s Catholic School . . . . . . . $40,000.00 St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church . . . . $250.00
St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church . . . $1,000.00 Stone Circles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $300.00 Temple Beth Or . . . . . . . . . . . . $5,400.00 Travis United Methodist Church Foundation . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,500.00 Trinity Avenue Presbyterian Church . $8,500.00 Trinity Forum . . . . . . . . . . . . . $45,000.00 Trinity United Methodist Church . . $13,142.77 Union Theological Seminary . . . . . $1,000.00 United Church of Chapel Hill . . . . $4,953.01 Unity of Faith Ministries . . . . . . . $2,000.00 University Baptist Church . . . . . . . $186.08 University Presbyterian Church . . . $22,688.00 University United Methodist Church . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $17,000.00 US Center for World Missions . . . . $3,125.00 Watts Street Baptist Church . . . . . $6,000.00 Westminster Presbyterian Church . . $8,951.74 White Memorial Presbyterian Church . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $13,500.00 White Plains United Methodist Church . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $5,000.00 Wycliffe Bible Translators. . . . . . . $5,000.00 Young Life . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $250.00 Young Life of Nashville . . . . . . . . $1,200.00 SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
National Academy of Engineering Fund . . $1,000.00 NC Grassroots Science Museum Collaborative . . . . . . . . . . . $20,000.00 SOCIAL SCIENCE
American Institiute for Economic Research . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $5,000.00 Democracy North Carolina . . . . . . $9,000.00 Foundation for Good Business . . . . . $500.00 Institute for Southern Studies . . . . $25,500.00 NC Council on Economic Education. . .$1,000.00
Grants JULY 1, 2004 – JUNE 30, 2005 YOUTH DEVELOPMENT
All Stars Project . . . . . . . . . . . Banks D. Kerr Family YMCA . . . Big Brothers Big Sisters of Durham-Orange Counties . . . Boy Scout Troop #567. . . . . . . . Boy Scouts of America, Cape Fear Council . . . . . . . . . . . . . Boy Scouts of America, East Carolina Council . . . . . . . . Boy Scouts of America, Occoneechee Council . . . . . . Boys and Girls Club of Wake Co.. . Boys and Girls Clubs of America . .
. $2,500.00 . $25,000.00 . $7,700.00 . $3,968.40 . . $250.00 . . $250.00 . . $400.00 . $60,798.00 . $1,000.00
Camp Cheerio. . . . . . . . . . . . . . $100.00 Chatham Co. Together . . . . . . . . $3,850.00 Child Advocacy Comm. of Durham, Inc. . $1,000.00 Durham Companions . . . . . . . . . $2,500.00 Durham P.R.O.U.D. Program . . . . $56,500.00 Eagle Ranch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $300.00 Emily Krzyzewski Family Life Center. . $30,834.00 Girl Scouts Hornets’ Nest Council . . $1,406.42 Girl Scouts of Virginia Skyline Council . .$1,244.04 Girls on the Run of the Triangle, Inc. $1,000.00 John Avery Boys & Girls Club . . . . . $875.90 NC 4-H Youth Development Program . . $1,557.47 NC Child Advocacy Institute . . . . . $1,500.00 NC Outward Bound. . . . . . . . . . . $300.00
Pa’Lante . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,000.00 Pines of Carolina Girl Scout Council . $6,752.36 Public Allies North Carolina . . . . . $10,000.00 Salvation Army Boys and Girls Club of Burlington . . . . . . . . $1,720.49 Salvation Army Boys and Girls Club of Durham . . . . . . . . . . $16,000.00 Up Lift Project, Inc.. . . . . . . . . . $1,000.00 Volunteers for Youth . . . . . . . . . $1,000.00 Wake Co. Human Services/Drop In Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,845.00 Youth Creating Change . . . . . . . . $6,400.00
The George H. Hitchings Society Triangle Community Foundation has established the George H. Hitchings Society in honor of its founder. The Society recognizes individuals who have committed deferred gifts (wills and trusts) to create charitable funds in the Foundation. The Society reﬂects Dr. Hitchings’ personal philosophy that “service to mankind, broadly or individually, is the ultimate fulﬁllment.” Deferred gifts to create a fund in the Foundation allow the donor the opportunity to perpetuate good works in a living memorial. Collectively, the members of the Hitchings Society have committed more than $120 million in future charitable gifts. The Foundation gratefully acknowledges the following individuals whose generosity will make a difference in the life of our communities for generations to come.
Michael and Mary Bryan Adair James M.* and Barbara Brandeis Alotis Charles and Barbara Andrews Grace Lynn Avery L. Thomas Barber and Shannon St. John Clare and Walter Baum Gail M. Bauer Helen Elizabeth Bell Vern S. and Mary B. Bell Robert H. and Carol W. Bilbro Joyce Billotte Donald L. and Maryann Bitzer Thomas Blackburn Frank L. Borchardt Frank K. and Carolyn H. Borden John G.* and Dorothy R. Borden Henry Forest and Betty Jean R. Britt Tom and Marge Berger Busch Phillip and Katharine Buchanan Donald and Shirley Burkall Ruth Carver Walter Lowry and Susan S. Caudill Joseph H. and Barbara G. Collie Ann Marjorie and George Harold Connell William C. “Bud” Cowdery Marty Hayes and Michael Cucchiara Chicita Culberson Mark and Susan Daley Edgar Foster Daniels Julia and Frank A. Daniels Jr. Arthur S. and Martha D. DeBerry* Christopher Kevin Delaney Louis R. and Madelyn L. Dickerson Pearl B. Doherty Alberta B. Dolan Robert P. Donovan John McNeely DuBose Kay Edgar and Bob Healy Amy F. and Monty Edge
Thomas S. and Charlotte Ann Elleman Ronald A. Epner Elise A. Epner H. Spencer Everett Jr. Barbara M. Fletcher J. Floyd Fletcher Muriel J. Fox Susan Frazier Cheryl Gallan Eleanor A. George Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin K. Gibbs Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Gilles Elizabeth Wade Grant Roselyn Gurlitz Norman and Nancy Scaief Gustaveson Beverly Dougher Hanly Pamela Logan Harris Don and Marilyn Hartman Alycia Hassett Marian and Ron Hawkins Katherine Gordon Haworth (for the animals) Frances Wright Henderson Debbie Hill Mary and Watts Hill Jr.* William Hill Joel M. Hobby Jr. Tom and Jean Hogen Donald and Jennifer Holzworth Gray and Gail Hutchison Raymond Lewis Jefferies Jr. Louise Johnson Ambassador James Joseph Douglass Joyce and Colleen Zinn Dorothy Kamin Eric E. Karnes Kelly S. King Martha Klopfer Harold Kohn Randolph and Catherine Lambe
Nancy W. Laszlo Anne Cone Liptzin Edwin H. and Ruth P. Mammen Jack and Mary McCall Peter and Prudence Meehan Marilyn Rand Miller-Fox (in memory of her son) Mary Cynthia H. Monday Marve and Lesia Monfre Anne and Victor Moore Jean M. Moore* Ronald Morrow John and Libby Morse Jan Muller Mike and Barbara Murphy Walter L. and Denise D. Newton Schooner and Julia Daniels Nowell Robert P. Nutter Neil O’Toole and Janet Ramsey Margaret P. Parker Erle Peacock Mimi Pearson Peggy P. Perlman Robert and Jean Phay Ethel Pratt M. Elizabeth Preddy Lee Nowell Radford and Garland Radford Jr. Mel and Zora Rashkis Anna Louise Reynolds Elizabeth Marie Roberts Verne L. and Tanya Sue Roberts Joseph and Libby Robb Carol T. Robbins Allen Rogers Mozette R. Rollins Woodall and Margaret Rose Earl H.* and Margaret Ryan Dudley Hill Campbell Sargent Marjorie A. Satinsky Ann and Tom Schick
John and Tan Schwab John and Mary Louise Schwartz John Edward Segee Beverly Ann Segee Jean S. Sharp JB and Thomas M.* Shelton III Robert D. and Connie C. Shertz Glenn Simon Ruby Skipper Perry and Lillie Duke Clement Sloan Lynn Smiley and Peter Gilligan Judy and Johnnie* Smith Virginia Camp Smith Walter G. and Kathryn F. Smith William D. Smith Jack M. and Patsy H. Stancil Dorothy S. Stephens Daniel S. and Connie T. Stevenson Martha R. Stone Sara and Lyle Strassle Ron Strom and Cathy Pascal Boyd R. and Janie J. Switzer Ron and Marilyn Toelle Jerry and Sondra VanSant Jack and Carol Walker Dr. and Mrs. Robert E. Ward Bill and Gloria Warner Selena Warren Wheeler Alice Poe and F. Carter Williams* Richard and Diane Williams Martha Hebbert Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Winborne William E.* and Joan M. Wollman Elizabeth Woodman Josef Woodman Robert M. and Patricia B. D. Woronoff Gilbert Yager And 55 anonymous donors * Deceased
If you have made a provision for the Foundation in your will or a deferred trust, please let us know so that we may include you in the Hitchings Society.
Scholarships JULY 1, 2004 â€“ JUNE 30, 2005
Alpha Delta Scholarship Fund . . . . $8,000 Dustin C. Harrison Adam Rutledge Will Pearsall
Stacy Guess Outstanding Musician Scholarship . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,000 Justin Seifts
John R. Garrabrant and Edgar C. Garrabrant II Memorial Scholarship . . . . . . . . . . . $4,000 Jason Battle
Alpha Phi Alpha African-American Male Scholarship Endowment Fund . . . . $1,000 Bryce Jenkins
E. deGrange H. Scholarship Fund . . . $56,000 Francesca Dean Angelica Smith Megan Kirby Shaqweeta Spencer Jessica Huffman Taneesha Stephenson Erica Long Britney Stone Barbara Sattler Kimberly Williams
Pat Kelley Achievement Award . . . $1,147 Cynthia Mbaka
The Bilbro Education Fund Teaching Excellence Award . . . . . $10,000 (over 3 yrs.) Mrs. Vickie Burlington Fred and Shirley Brown Memorial Scholarship (Durham Rotary Club) . . . . . . . . $2,000 Sean Coleman Gryphon Fund . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,000 Keilon Lawrence Josephine Clement Award. . . . . . . $2,100 Eddie Davis Steve Toler James O. Duncan Scholarship . . . $48,000 Christopher Schlein Durham Rotary Club Fund. . . . . . $8,000 Jimayra Garcia-Medina Shannon Everett Megha Patel Lativia Dukes ShuVon Young Kristy Farrington
Gertrude B. Elion Mentored Medical Student Research Award . . . . . . . . . . . . . $10,000 Kari Hacker Julia Ann Harrison Scholarship Fund . . . $2,000 Sarah Fowler George H. Hitchings Fund for Health Research and Science Education . . $16,000 Venita DePuy Scarlett Geunes- Boyer Carolyn Culver Sarahmona Przbyla Allison Elizabeth Hoof Memorial Scholarship . . $2,500 Eleanor Saunders (pictured) Kathryn Walsh
Kate Parks Kitchin Scholarship. . . . . $3,000 Alexander Ray Brinn Isaac Hall Manning Jr. Award for Excellence in Patient Care Fund . . . . . . . . $2,000 Alphonsa P. Pass (Clinical Care Award) Lillie Pearl Scott (Support Services Award) Charles F. T. Nakaria Fund for Piano Competition . . . . . . . . . . . . . $528.00 Ying-Ao-Zhang Tulsi Neo Gabriel Meza Native American Health Education Fund . . . . . . . . . . . . $4,250 Chantelle Arm Sarah Wachacha Adrian Jacobs Janet Gloshay Charlottee Johnson Delvin Yazzie Cathy Huntsman
George and Mary Newton Scholarship . . $4,000 Nicole Poyo
Kassel Smit “Make a Difference” Fund. . $4,000 Ryan Davis Heather Esteve
North Carolina Jaycee Foundation Scholarships . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $2,500 Dustin Shane Tuttle Ashelyn Nicole James Sarah Elizabeth Faircloth Casey Alan Cox Benjamin Clark Marsh
Charles Harrison Smith III Scholarship . . . . . . . . . . . . . $5,000 Robert Sackmann
Donald Clarke-Pearson Runners Scholarship Fund . . . . . . . . . . $3,000 Kaleb Keyserling Hillary Superak Lindsey Nadolski Truby G. Proctor College Opportunity Scholarship . . . . . . . . . . . . . $4,000 Brenda Hernandez Ashley Knight The Rotary Club of Chapel Hill Advised Fund . . . . . . . . . . . . $4,500 Cayley Pater David Scoville Jorge Izquierdo Rachel Moise Emily Buress Hafeezah Omar Mary Bell Oren Mechanic Nhi Nguyen Shaver-Hitchings Scholarship . . . . $1,500 Trenette Clark
Kathryn H. Wallace Endowment for Artists in Community Service Award. . . . . . $800 Dr. Billie Farmer Corder
Philip Watts Foundation Scholarship . . . .$1,000 AdriAnne Cole Richard E. Whitted Scholarship . . . . $1,600 Cayley Pater Oren J. Mechanic Robert Moore Johnaustin Chapman Ruby Ennis Maynard Scholarship Fund . . $2,000 Lora Cole The GlaxoSmithKline Opportunity Scholarships recognize Triangle-area residents who have overcome signiﬁcant adversity in life and who demonstrate a desire to improve their lives through education.
Pictured, left to right: Alison Britt, Lataya Edwards & Carol Lautier
Of 137 applicants, the following were chosen to receive scholarships in 2005 . . . . . . $41,300 Alison Britt Heather Esteve Lataya Edwards Carol Lautier Elizabeth Williams
Fred and Margie Fletcher Volunteer Award. . . . . . . . . . . $544.24 Eugene Weeks Wake Audubon Society Richard Taylor Stanly Pietruszynski Eliot and Sheila Legates Gary Quiller Joseph Moore Ashley Stone Scott Stedman Melissa Daughtry Brandon Bartlett Chance Moyer Leah Bartlett Chris Moore Robin Bourne Annette Moore Mary Sheridan Carenno Sara Wall
Barbara Collie Green Scholarship . . . $2,000 Heather Anne Speaker
Contributors JULY 1, 2004 – JUNE 30, 2005 FOUNDERS ($10,000 OR MORE IN UNRESTRICTED OR FIELD-OF-INTEREST FUNDS SINCE THE FOUNDATION WAS FOUNDED. “*”HAVE GIVEN $100,000 OR MORE)
Mr. and Mrs. Allen D. Aldridge Arthur Andersen & Company Austin Quality Foods, Inc. Bank of America* L. Thomas Barber III and Shannon St. John Mary Duke Biddle Foundation Robert H. and Carol W. Bilbro Robert J. Black Jr.* Branch Banking and Trust Capitol Broadcasting Company, Inc. Central Carolina Bank & Trust Co. Arthur W. Clark Estate of Chester W. Clark* Richard and Syd Cherney Clarke Joseph H. and Barbara G. Collie Foundation Community Group Houses of NC, Inc.* Frank A. Daniels, Jr. Mary H. Dawson Mr. and Mrs. K.v.R. Dey Jr. Duke Power Ruth D. Duncan Mrs. Thad A. Eure Jr. First Union Foundation A.J. Fletcher Foundation Family of Bobbie Fletcher* Estate of Mr. and Mrs. Frank U. Fletcher* Ford Foundation* Jeannette A. Gates
Eleanor George* GlaxoSmithKline* Norman and Nancy Scaief Gustaveson George Watts Hill, Sr. Mary and Watts Hill, Jr. George H. Hitchings* Inmates of Butner Federal Correctional Institution International Business Machines Investors Management Corp. Junior League of Durham and Orange Counties Thomas S. Kenan III F.M. Kirby Foundation Susan B. King Etta Laikin Trust Liggett Group, Inc. Anne Cone Liptzin Charlotte Litwack ManTech Environmental Technology John and Mary McCall Richard McEnally Mitsubishi Semiconductor America John Moreno Morgan Keegan & Co. Peter R. Neal News & Observer Foundation Mr. and Mrs. George W. Newton Newton Instrument Company NorTel O’Brien/Atkins Associates, P.A. Optimist Club of Durham, Inc. Peoples Security Life Insurance Co. Irene Rand Poole Foundation Progress Energy Qualex, Inc.* Quintiles Transnational Corp Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation
Margot Meyer Richter* Dr. and Mrs. Charles A. Sanders Mr. and Mrs. John E. Segee Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Shertz C. Hamilton Sloan Foundation St. Luke’s Circle* Mr. and Mrs. John S. Stewart Lyle and Sara Brooks Strassle Elizabeth Surla Mrs. James R. Swiger Robert D. Teer Jr. Adele M. Thomas Trust* Tides Foundation U.S. Trust Company of North Carolina Helen C. Vassiliades Village Companies Foundation Wachovia Bank and Trust Company Barrie H. Wallace Winston-Salem Community Foundation Woodson Family Foundation PATRONS ($100,000 OR MORE)
Marcia Angle and Mark Trustin BCR Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. David R. Carr, Jr. Constella Group, Inc. Council for Entrepreneurial Development Ron E. Doggett Charitable Lead Trust Mrs. Ruth D. Duncan East Chapel Hill Rotary Club Foundation The Greenwood Group, Inc Mrs. Mary Green Harris Home Health Foundation of Chapel Hill
Investors Management Corporation Mr. and Mrs. James Maynard Peter and Prue Meehan Mr. and Mrs. William M. Moore Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Marc Noël Mrs. John C. Parker Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Rollins Jr. Mr. Leonard Y. Safrit Jr. Charles A. Sanders Charitable Lead Trust SAS Institute, Inc. Knut Schmidt-Neilsen Revocable Trust Mr. and Mrs. Chris Stone Ron Strom and Cathy Pascal Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Taylor Jr. And two anonymous donors BENEFACTORS ($10,000 TO $99,999)
Mr. and Mrs. J. Michael Adair Mr. and Mrs. Glenn C. Andrews Mr. and Mrs. Zack H. Bacon Jr. The Honorable Wade Barber Kenneth and Katherine Berger Blum Family Foundation Mrs. Dorothy Rose Borden Larry and Patricia Brock Burroughs Wellcome Fund Carolinas Council-Housing Redev. & Codes Ofﬁcials Mr. Calvin H. Carter Jr. Cary Oil Foundation Mr. and Mrs. William Cavanaugh III Mr. Arthur W. Clark Perry Colwell and Betty Neese Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Cowling Guinevere Crow Charitable Lead Trust – Charles Schwab
Mr. H. Mark Daley Jr. Mr. Frank A. Daniels Jr. Dr. Lucy Cathcart Daniels Mr. and Mrs. Dennis J. Dougherty Durham School of the Arts Foundation Dr. and Mrs. Bulent Ender Mr. H. Spencer Everett Jr. First Presbyterian Church Edward and Vicki Fritsch Mr. and Mrs. Dave Gettles Robert and Bryna Gilgor Gipson Family Foundation Ms. Lisa Granered Norman and Nancy Scaief Gustaveson Mrs. Betsy Henderson Hindsight Consulting Historic Preservation Foundation of NC Alice and George Horton III Dr. and Mrs. Jaroslav Hulka Mr. Wofford F. Humphries IV Mr. F. Neal Hunter Betsy D. Hutchison Charitable Remainder Unitrust Mrs. Betsy D. Hutchison Kristi and Jeff Janssen Jefferson Pilot Corporation Robert and Jane Johnston Dr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Keller Mr. Thomas S. Kenan III Mrs. Dorothy Kerr Kids Are Something Special F. M. Kirby Foundation Mr. and Mrs. George Klunk Dr. and Mrs. Harold Kohn Mark and Cynthia Kuhn Mr. Jerome M. Levit Mr. John T. Lupton
Merrill Lynch Rep. and Ms. Grier Martin McConnell Foundation MDC Inc. Montessori Community School Mrs. Emily C. Morton NCSHP Frances W. Nipper Charitable Lead Trust – Merrill Lynch Partnersh Mr. and Mrs. Michael S. Patterson Dr. and Mrs. John Plachetka Mr. and Mrs. J. Gregory Poole Jr. Ms. Elizabeth Preddy Dr. and Mrs. Edwin Preston Mr. Jim Protzman and Ms. Jane Brown Caroline M. Punte Charitable Lead Trust – CCB Steve Quessy and Marna Doucette Quintiles Transnational Corp. Ms. Anna Louise Reynolds Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Roach Ernest C. Roessler Charitable Lead Trust Dr. Michael Rosenberg Mrs. Joseph J. Ruvane Jr. Mr. Gerald Schuetz and Mrs. Deirdre Scheutz Mr. and Ms. Joel Shaffer William W. Shingleton Charitable Lead Trust Fredericka S. Sholtz Charitable Lead Trust Ms. Anne Slifkin and Dr. Michael Freemark C. Hamilton Sloan Foundation Mrs. Judy Smith
Southern Assisted Living James Stewart and Frances Dyer Dr. and Mrs. Shaler Stidham Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Taylor Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Tracy Triangle United Way Drs. Indu and Mahesh Varia Ms. Ann E. Von Gruenigen Tim Walter and Kristin Bass Burton J. and Nan S. Weiss Marvin and Dianne Welton Dr. Jennifer Lail Wertman Monty and Nancy White Mr. and Mrs. Andrew B. Widmark Allen and Claire Wilcox Thomas and Nancy Wilson Thomas George and Nancy Wilson Trust Woodson Family Foundation, Inc. And 11 anonymous donors SPONSORS ($1,000 TO $9,999)
A4 Health Systems Active Data Services Lynne Townsend Albert and Scott Albert Mr. and Mrs. Dick Ambrose Mr. Robert Andrews Aon Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Marshall C. Ashcraft Association for Computing Machinery, Inc Ms. Janet Bailey Bank of America Dr. and Mrs. Franc A. Barada Jr. John Becton and Nancy Tannenbaum Steven A. Benezra, Ph.D.
Mr. and Ms. Roger M. Berkowitz Best Care Pharmacy Mary Duke Biddle Foundation Bitzer CLUT – Merrill Lynch BlueCross BlueShield of North Carolina Dr. and Mrs. Stephen F. Bolick Mr. and Mrs.. David Bond Bridgford Marketing Co. Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Buckley Alice and Lance Buhl Mr. B. Keith Burwell Mr. James P. Cain Joseph E. Campbell and Dorothy W. Campbell Capital Club Properties Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth G. Carroll CCB Foundation, Inc. Chapel Hill-Carrboro YMCA Charles & Colvard, LTD. Mr. A. J. Howard Clement III Mr. Philip Colcord Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Collie Colliers Pinkard Community Foundation of Western NC Mr. Gerald A. Conway Cranﬁll Sumner & Hartzog L.L.P. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Cranford Jr. Custom Culinary Mr. Worth B. Daniels Jr. Ms. Mary H. Dawson Mr. and Mrs. Arthur DeBerry Direct Supply Inc Mr. Hoyt Doak III Samuel Ernest Douglass Jr. Foundation, Inc.
Contributors JULY 1, 2004 – JUNE 30, 2005
Mr. and Mrs. Atwell Dugger Mr. and Mrs. John Edmond Ellis & Winters, LLP Equity Services Inc. Ms. Hannele Feiring Ruth Z. Fleishman Foundation, Inc. Flowers Foods Specialty Group Forest View Elementary School Foxtail Foods Franklin Casualty Insurance Company Friends of Orange Co. DSS Mr. and Mrs. John C. Frye Mr. Scott Gersh and Ms. Vicki Barefoot-Gersh Gilbert Foodservice, Inc. Global Knowledge Network, Inc. Ms. Joanne Goodwyn Ms. Kay P. Gresham Usha and Umesh Gulati Mrs. Maidi Hall William M. Hendricks Family Foundation Mr. Dan W. Hill, III Institutional Foods Packing Corporation Integrated Laboratory Systems Inc Investors Bank and Trust Co. (Realty Corp) Ireland Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Harry Johnson Robert and Jane Johnston Mr. and Mrs. Dean R. Jolly Mr. and Mrs. Douglas W. Kenyon Mrs. Dorothy Kerr Kinkaid School Dr. Marcia Koomen
Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Lappin Leith Inc. Ms. Carolyn S. Leith Ms. Linda Leith Ms. Cynthia N. Lowrey Mr. Robert Luddy Mrs. Nancy Mason Mast Drug Co., Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Joseph McDaniel Mr. and Mrs. Ray McDonald Mr. John Messick Metrolina Native American Association Mr. Christopher W. Meyer Mr. and Mrs. Michael K. Moore Dr. and Mrs. Daniel H. Nelson Larry and Margot Nicholson North Carolina Museum of Life and Science North Chatham, LLC Robert and Chris Nutter O’Brien/Atkins Associates, P.A. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Palmour Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pappas Mr. Jon M. Pardoll Piedmont Health Services Inc. Plastic Surgery Center, P.A. Mr. Kenneth Popio Mr. Barry Poss Precision Foods Inc Premium Standard Farms, Inc Mr. and Mrs. Mark L. Price Truby G. Proctor College Opportunities Progress Energy Ms. Caroline M. Punte Mr. and Mrs. W. Trent Ragland Jr. Raleigh Kiwanis Foundation
RBC Centura Bank Mr. and Mrs. Joseph K. L. Reckford Mr. and Mrs. John A. Ribet Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Roach Carol Robbins and Herbert Wolff Mr. Larry Robbins Rocky and Debbie Robinson Mr. and Mrs. W. Michael Rogers Rotary Club of Chapel Hill Mr. Sam Ruby Ms. Ellen R. Ruina Mr. James W. Sackett Dr. and Mrs. Charles A. Sanders Terry Sanford Irrevocable Trust Sara Lee Coffee and Tea Foodservice Howard and Lyn Satisky Steve Schewel and Lao Rubert Ms. Mary Ellen Scott Sharpless & Stavola, P.A. Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Smit Sony Ericsson Mr. Harding Hughes Jr. Southern Assisted Living, Inc. Donors Statewide Campaign Organization Mr. Charles Steel Mr. and Mrs. Daniel S. Stevenson Mr. and Mrs. F. Lawrence Street SunTrust Banks, Inc Mr. Charles Swoboda U.S. Food Service U.S. Trust Technology and Support Services, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry VanSant Wachovia Securities Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wagoner Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wall
Ward and Smith, P.A. Wellpoint Foundation Mrs. Giles Whiting Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey T. Williams Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Wright Jr. Yates McLamb & Weyher, L.L.P. And 9 anonymous donors DONORS ($100 TO $999)
Mr. and Mrs. Ted W. Abernathy Mr. and Mrs. Newman C. Aguiar Mr. and Mrs. John Akin Mr. and Mrs. John H. Aldrich Alexanders Inc. Allegis Group Foundation Althorp House Chapter DBE Mr. Jay L. Althouse and Ms. Sally Kay Albrecht Mr. S. Thomas Amore Ms. Laura F. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Michael T. Anderson Dr. and Mrs. J. Peter Anlyan Mr. James D. Antonino Mr. and Mrs. Gary Armstrong Edward and Sylvia Arnett Mr. Rylan T. Arnold Charles and Marion Avera Mr. N.M. Baccala and Ms. Deborah Oronzio Mr. Byron Baldwin Phil Balducci & Associates Inc Mr. and Mrs. Bret R. Bandi Mr. Clark Barﬁeld Mr. and Mrs. W. Toland Barﬁeld Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Barkley Billy and Anne Barnes Mr. and Mrs. Morton Barrow Mr. and Mrs. H.W. Bartholomay
Ms. Gretchen M. Bataille Ms. Gail M. Bauer Mr. and Mrs. Todd M. Baughman Clare and Walter Baum Mr. and Ms. John Beck Mr. and Mrs. Ken Bedford Mr. and Mrs. Carl M. Beery Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bell Mr. Scott Bell Mr. Akeem Bello Mr. Richard Bernhard Mr. and Mrs. Steven C. Bilby Mr. and Mr. Jeffrey Blackwood Mrs. Charles Blackmon Ms. MaryAnn E. Black Mr. John Blake Dr. Allan A. Bloom Mr. Charles Boewe Ms. Angel Bolton Mr. and Mrs. Robert Booth Richard and Kirsten Boucher Dilys Bowman and Will Mitchell Mr. Reyn Bowman Boy Scout Troop #567 Richard P. and Ruth Boynton Michael and Laura Brader-Araje Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Brady Mr. and Mrs. James B. Brame Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Brannon Mr. and Mrs. David A. Bratcher Mr. and Ms. Robert Bratcher Mr. Carson H. Brice Ms. Leesa G. Brinkley Ms. Cynthia Brodhead Mr. and Mrs. Maurice S. Brookhart Nancy and Frederick Brooks Jr.
Brookwood Farms, Inc. Drs. Elaine and George Brothers Mr. and Mrs. Anthony S. Brown Ms. Natalie B. Brown Ms. Patricia Brown Mr. and Mrs. Robert Browning Mr. and Mrs. John R. Bucher Mr. Madison E. Bullard Jr. Ms. Wilhelmina M. Burney Mr. Keith D. Burns Mr. Michael Burns Burrage Music Company Mr. and Mrs. John B. Buxton Mr. and Mrs. Duval Byrd Caldwell and Associates, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Calhoun Ms. Carol Carlson Ms. Merrilee J. Carlson Mr. and Mrs. David R. Carr Jr. Mr. Christian X. Carrillo Ms. Evelyn G. Carrick Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Carson Brigit and James Carter Ms. Deborah W. Carver Cary Cardiology, P.A. Central Carolina Bank & Trust Co. Mr. and Mrs. William D. Charping Mr. and Ms. Dean Chavers Ms. Melanie F. Chernoff Ms. Lillian V. Cherry Mr. Clement K. Cheung and Ms. Karen Lau Dr. and Mrs. Arthur C. Christakos Ms. Patricia L. Clarke Richard and Syd Cherney Clarke Mr. Charles T. Closson Ms. Susan Cohen Mr. and Mrs. Ivor W. Collins
Community Foundation of Western NC Mrs. Joseph Comtois Mr. and Mrs. Eddie G. Cone Mr. David Conner Ms. Sandra Conroy Continental Casualty Company Cormetech, Inc. Cornerstone Properties Mr. and Mrs. Santo J. Costa Ms. Elizabeth L. Cozart Mr. Stan Crews Cynthia and Ken Crossen Dawn and Thomas Crotty Ms. Martha O. Crowley Mr. and Mrs. Barry C. Curtis Mr. and Mrs. Boris Cvetkovski Mr. William M. Davies Mr. John R. Davis and Mrs. Jean Laughlin-Davis Larry and Carolyn Day George Deaton Consulting Mr. Eloy Del Toro Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc-Knightdale-Wake Forest Alumni Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Denlinger Ms. Julie Devine K.v.R. and Patricia Dey Jr. Mr. Richard D. Dickerson Ms. Gretchen B. Dickson Mr. Charles R. Dilts Ms. Angeline Dimicco Ms. Arlene J. Diosegy Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Doering Dominick Huckabee Noblin & Trent Mr. Derrick R. Drakeford Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Drew Ms. Isobel C. Drill and Ms. Mary Hines Mr. Hunter Dula
Susan and Harvey Dunlevy Ms. Angela M. Dunston Durham Academy of Medicine Durham Coca Cola Bottling Co. Durham Rotary Club Durham Womanâ€™s Club Ms. Frances Dyer Dynamic Therapy, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Maynard L. Ealing Easy Web Inc Ms. Mary E. Eberst Ms. Patricia J. Eklund Ms. Donna R. Elium Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ely Epworth United Methodist Church Mr. Michael L. Estep Mr. and Mrs. J. Douglas Eyre Ms. Jeanette Falk Mr. and Mrs. Chris Fanelli Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Fee Jr. Paul Feldblum and Mary Boatwright Mr. and Mrs. Greene Fenley III Fenwick Foundation Ferguson, Stein, Chambers, Adkins, Gresham & Sumler Mr. Charles S. Ferrell Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift Fund Ms. Caroline Fine Rev. and Mrs. W. W. Finlator Ms. Gigiauna Fioresi Mr. Charles H. Fitch III Mr. Howard M. Fitts Jr. Ms. Susan L. Fleming Ms. Rosemarie A. Foley Ms. Brittney J. Forman Mr. Carl Forsyth
Contributors JULY 1, 2004 – JUNE 30, 2005
Forum of Regional Assoc. of Grantmakers JoAnn and Stan Fox Ms. Isabell Freeman-Elliott Dr. and Mrs. William C. Friday Mr. and Mrs. Gordon W. Friedrich Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Frisch Mr. and Ms. Matthew Fritter Mr. Howard L. Fuller Mr. and Mrs. Edward R. Gaines III Mr. and Mrs. Ignatius Gallo Thomas Gambill and Lucia Welborne Ms. Adriene M. Gamble Mr. and Mrs. Scott T. Gardner Nathan and Wanda Garrett Mr. Gary S. Gartner and Mrs. Susan E. Saenger Gaston Foot & Ankle Associates Mr. Daniel Gauthier Ms. Carol Gehringer Mrs. Eleanor George Ms. Suzanne G. Gifford Gilead Sciences, Inc. Mr. Jeffrey Gimble and Ms. Xiying Wu Ms. Karol Gioannini GlaxoSmithKline Geoffrey and Jane Gledhill Mr. Geoffrey E. Gledhill Mr. and Mrs. Robert Glosson Ms. Ellen L. Goldstein Mr. and Mrs. Jerry L. Goodman Mr. and Mrs. Alexander M. Gordon Ms. Roslyn Grace Mr. and Mrs. J. Gary Gradinger Rev. Elizabeth Wade Grant Mr. David S. Gray and Ms. Teresa M. Anderson
Nancy Grebenkemper and John McGovern Greene Funeral Service, Inc. Ms. Margaret Grifﬁth Mr. and Mrs. W. Kimball Grifﬁn Jr. Mr. and Mrs. David Gross Guilford Native American Assoc., Inc. Sevi Gunal and Donald Rutledge Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd G. Gurley Mr. and Mrs. William Guthridge Ms. Donald Hackel Ms. Bethany C. Hagan Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Haire Jr. Mrs. Doris W. Haisley Mr. and Mrs. Landis D. Hall Mr. and Mrs. Patrick V. Hampson Mr. Dean Hamric Ms. Sarah E. Hamrick Mrs. Anne Jeanne B. Hanson Mr. Carl E. Harris Rich and Tracy Harris Hartley Construction, Inc Mr. and Mrs. Guy Harvey Mr. and Mrs. Andy Harwell Dr. Thomas W. Hastings and Mrs. Cynthia M. Hollis Mr. and Mrs. Daniel A. Hawley Gerard and Elizabeth Hayes Mr. and Mrs. K. Wayne Hays Healthcare Environments/ Lifestyle Products LLC Health Care Reit, Inc. Mr. James T. Hedrick Mr. and Mrs. John F. Hegarty Mr. and Ms. S. Todd Hemphill Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey L. Hemric Ms. Frances W. Henderson Ms. Elizabeth D. Herring
Mrs. Mary L. Hill Mr. Worth L. Hill and Mr. Donald Baker Tom and Larry Hines Hinshaw Music Inc Mr. Ray L. Hobbs Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Hofmeister Ms. Linda Holland Alice and George Horton III Hospitality Social Club Mr. and Mrs. Ken Howard Howard University Alumni Club Ms. Beverly Howell Mr. and Mrs. Marc Howze Hoyt-Hamilton, LLC Mr. and Mrs. Philip D. Hren Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Hubbard Jodi and Marc Hubble Mr. and Ms. James Hui Mr. and Mrs. Mark H. Humphreys Hutchison + Mason PLLC Mr. Philip W. Hutchings III Robert and Maudeileen Huxhold IBM Corp. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Ickes Dr. and Mrs. Peter J. Irigaray Mr. and Mrs. William Itoh Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Jackson Mr. Mazin S. Jaliwala James, McElroy & Diehl, P.A. Alan G. and Sally Johnston Dr. and Mrs. Wolfgang Karl Joklik The Charles M. Jones Fellowship Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Jones JustGive Mr. John B. Justice Mr. and Mrs. William A. Kalkhof Mr. and Mrs. Adam S. Katz
Kaufman & Canoles Allen and Patty Kelley Mr. Michael Kelly Ms. Georgina A. Kelly Kevin’s Carpet Service Mr. Richard Kimper Kiwanis Club of Chapel Hill Mr. and Mrs. Christopher R. Kline Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Koby Mr. Gerald F. Koehler Ms. Zoe Kofodimos Mr. and Mrs. Christopher J. Komorek Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Krakauer Mr. Peter Kramer and Ms. Susan Gladin Mr. David Kraus and Ms. Constance Campanaro Ms. Martine Kraus Mr. and Ms. Greg Kress John and Sue Kucik Mr. and Mrs. James Kumorek H. Michael Kurzman Trust Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Lahaie Ms. Amanda Laird Lake Lynn Seniors Mr. and Ms. Zarrel V. Lambert Mr. Michael K. Lamvik Mr. and Mrs. Charles Landis Mr. and Mrs. Rick R. Langdon Laine and Daniel LaPasha Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Larson John and Katherine A. Latimer Mr. John LaVere Mr. Robert Lawson Ms. Tawanda Lawson Mrs. Nathaniel P. Lea Learning Technologies, Inc.
Ms. Deborah L. Lekan-Rutledge Ms. Nicole M. Lepnes Steven Lerner and Sharon Van Horn Mr. and Mrs. Darryl K. Lester Ms. Diane P. Lewis Ms. Mildred R. Libby Ms. Eileen M. Liedeker Mr. and Mrs. A. Eugene Lightfoot The Lindsay Legacy Fund of the National Heritage Foundation Mrs. Lena Dunn Lo Mr. and Mrs. David J. Lombardi The Marcello Lotti Foundation Ms. Gunilla Luboff Mr. Kenneth W. Lundstrom Mr. and Mrs. Steven M. Lutz Lytle’s Transfer & Storage Inc. Ms. Genie F. Mackinnon Mr. and Mrs. George L. Maddox Jr. Mr. David Margolis Mr. Rick Mariano Mrs. Mary Louise Markert Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan C. Martin Ms. Janet Mason and Mr. G. Edward Lee Mr. and Mrs. Henry Matthy Mr. and Mrs. John Mauriello Seymour and Josephine Mauskopf Ms. Joanne L. Mazurki Mr. Gregory E. McAvoy Richard and Margaret McCann Mr. and Mrs. W. H. McCarthy Mrs. Gail S. McCormick Mrs. Sarah D. McCracken Ms. Dori McDarris Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. McGrath Mr. James McGurk and Ms. Elizabeth Thompson
Mr. Timothy McIntosh Ms. Lisa McIver Ross and Margaret McKinney Christopher McLaughlin and Lynn Leubuscher McLean Funeral Directors of Gastonia Mr. and Mrs. Randall A. McLeod Mr. David P. McQuaid Ms. Joan G. Meade Mechanics & Farmers Bank Medical Mutual Insurance Company Mr. and Mrs. Leonard B. Melley Mr. Cliff Meltzer Ms. Louise Meminger Ms. Jasmin W. Metivier Ms. Tamala L. Mickelson Ms. Mabel Miguel Mr. and Mrs. Bryan L. Miller Mr. David L. Miller Mr. Jesse E. Miller Ms. Meredith L. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Warren J. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Carl B. Mims Jr. Kent and Dorothy Miner Moms Club of Garner East Dr. and Mrs. Gustavo S. Montana Mr. and Mrs. Brian Morrell Mr. Dexter L. Morris Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Morrison Mr. and Mrs. William H. Moss Ms. Susanne G. Moulton Mr. and Mrs. Gregory F. Moyer Mr. Stephen E. Muelller Mr. Michael Muller and Ms. Judy Frank Mr. I. E. Murray Jr.
Mr. Josiah S. Murray III Dr. and Mrs. Gerard J. Musante Charlie and Wendy Musser Mr. Michael J. Mylo and Mrs. Cindy A. Born-Mylo Mr. and Mrs. Ralph J. Neal Needham Broughton High School Alumni Assoc. Mr. Huong L. Nguyen Bruce and Sheila Nicklas Mr. Terry Noah and Ms. Margaret Helton Garland C. Norris Company Ms. Peggy F. Nowell Mr. Philip O’Bryan Ms. Tracey O’Connell Ms. Michelle Oldridge Orange Correctional Center Service Club Mr. Jerry Oster and Ms. Patricia Lester Ms. Barbara Ann Overby Mr. and Mrs. A. Edward Owen Jenni and Todd Owen Ms. Nancy V. Owen Mr. and Mrs. William F. Owen Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Rodd Padden Ms. Carolyn Padgette Mr. Michael J. Palmer Ms. Tamra A. Panzera Mr. and Mrs. Edward D. Paradise Mrs. Michele Pas Ms. Tara Paulus Ms. Ruth A. Peebles Mr. and Mrs. Brad D. Penny Ms. Krista M. Perreira Ms. Bercedis Peterson Mr. J.D. Phillips
Mr. and Mrs. Craig L. Pierce Mr. Tony Pipa Ms. Cynthia P. Pittman Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Pleasants Pless, Pless & Stephens CPAs, P.A. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Poe Jr. Ms. Suzanne B. Pollock Warren H. Pope Ms. Monica Porter Powerware Team Mr. and Mrs. Bernard A. Prazenica Preferred Parking Service, Inc. Presbyterian Women of First Presbyterian Church of Durham Ms. Erica Preston Ms. Lafrida C. Shewmake Preston Col and Mrs. Julian R. Price (Ret) Mr. and Mrs. David F. Prince Ms. Candace Prusiewicz and Mr. Barry R. Beggs Pulley, Watson, King & Lischer, P.A. Ms. Elizabeth Puryear Ms. Michele Quinn Ms. Wanda Quinn Mr. Chris A. Rallis Mr. Hubert Rand Mr. and Mrs. W. Kenan Rand Jr. Ms. Kathy Randazzo Ellen and Ken Reckhow Ms. Vicki L. Rees Mr. Charles M. Reeves III Julie Renaud and Vincent Kinol Mrs. Annie L. Revels Mr. Russell Reynolds Mr. and Ms. Alonzo J. Richardson Mr. Barry Richardson Ms. Moira C. Ringo Mr. and Mrs. Philip Ritchie
Contributors JULY 1, 2004 – JUNE 30, 2005
Mr. A. M. Rivera Ms. Jane B. Robbins Mr. and Mrs. John C. Robbins Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Roessler Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rogers Mr. Mark Rohlﬁng Mr. and Mrs. Steed Rollins Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Rose Ann and Ed Rosen Mr. Steven M. Rosenthal Mr. and Mrs. J. David Ross Rotary Club of North Durham Mr. and Mrs. Reed N. Royalty Ms. Carol D. Roycroft Richard S. and Sylvia Ruby Ms. Mary J. Rushing Peter and Nancy Ryall Sam’s Club Sandhills Pediatrics Inc. Mr. Michael G. Sandman Mrs. Terry Sanford Mrs. Dudley H. Sargent Mr. Charlie Sarratt SBS Management Company Roel Schaaper and Jane Ellen Simmons Ms. Betsy R. Schenk Mr. Carl Schick and Ms. Johanne Laboy Mr. John Schmelzer J. M. and Frances Schooler Mr. and Mrs. Kent Seeley Ms. Beverly Segee Mr. and Mrs. John E. Segee Mr. and Mrs. Lucien R. Sellet James and Edith Seno Sequoia Scapes, LLC Mr. Walter E. Shackelford Mr. and Mrs. Keith L. Shannon
Mr. and Mrs. David P. Shaw Mr. and Mrs. Edward Shephard Robert and Connie Shertz Shoreline Partners/ Home Instead Senior Care Shred-It North Carolina Mr. Thomas E. Sibley Jr. Mr. Gerard Silvestri Ms. Ilene Simmons Mrs. Kelly Slaybaugh Ms. Leslie A. Smith Ms. Virginia B. Smith Ms. Judith A. Snyderman Ms. Nancy B. Sokal Mr. and Mrs. Larry Sommers Mr. Allen Spalt Ms. Earlene Stacks Mr. and Mrs. William M. Stacks Mr. and Mrs. William J. Stambaugh Nives Antolovic-Stanfel and Zeljko Stanfel Stanley Lab, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene L. Staples Mr. James S. Staton and Mrs. Dianne C. Sellers Mr. Beat Steiner and Ms. Ruth Peterson Rick and Ann Steineger Stewards Fund Mr. Willy E. Stewart Mr. and Mrs. Valdis K. Stiebris Mr. William A. Stokes Jr. Mr. and Mrs. A.K. Stone Mrs. Mary Anne C. Stone Ms. Tracy Stone-Dirio Mr. Harry W. Stovall Mr. Roscoe L. Strickland III Ms. Erika L. Sturm
Ms. Marcella K. Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Sullivan Mr. Steven P. Suttle Mr. and Mrs. A. Cooper Sykes Synergy Building Company, Inc John Tallmadge and Michelle Nowlin Ms. Charlotte Tart Mr. and Mrs. James Tatum Jr. Mr. Alan S. Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Henry N. Taylor Mr. Mark Tenney and Ms. Barbara Nowell Ms. Susan A. Terry Mr. and Mrs. Scott D. Thomas Ms. Catherine L. Thomas Ms. Cindy Thomas Ms. Kay Thomas Ms. Mary Ann Thomas Ms. D. Carr Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Hugh H. Tilson Jr. James and Delores Tinnin Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth C. Titus Trident Seafoods Corporation Fellowship and Study Circle of Trinity Ave. Presbyterian Church Trinity Properties Ms. Lea Ann Troiano Troop 1196 Brownie Girl Scouts Mr. and Mrs. Donald H. Tucker John Tullo and Lucy Harber Ms. Linda C. Turner Ms. Donna M. Tutor UNC Hospitals Emergency Dept. UNC Hospitals Liability Insurance Trust Fund United Way of Metropolitan Tarrant Co. Mr. and Mrs. Chris W. Upson
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen M. Ura Dr. and Mrs. James R. Urbaniak Ms. Susan Veazey Mr. Eric A. Vernon Vietri, Inc. Ms. Wendy Visscher Wachovia Foundation Matching Gifts Program Wake Medical Center Mr. Marvin E. Walker Sr Jennifer Ward Mr. and Mrs. Randall L. Ward Ms. Martha D. Warren M. and M. Wartski Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Waters Mr. and Mrs. Brett A. Watkins Mr. Don Watson Ms. Andrea Weathers Mr. Carl Webb Ms. Isabelle Webb Mr. Paul Wedel Ms. Elizabeth S. Weinreb Mr. Lloyd L. Weinreb Richard Weirsma and Marie Kulchinski Ms. Petra Weishaupt Mr. John H. Wendehorst Ms. Alison Wentz Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Wessels Mr. Alan J. West Ms. Theresa M. Westfall Mr. Lloyd M. Whaley Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wharton Bob and Peggy White James and Melissa White Mr. and Mrs. Jay White Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm S. White Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. Whitehurst
Customers of Wholefoods Mr. Jonathan B. Wiener and Ms. Virginia Young Mr. Pelham Wilder Jr. Ms. Sharee Wilder Mrs. Louis R. Wilkerson Mr. A. Rexford Willis Ms. Amanda Williams Ms. Anne Williams Mr. Donald A. Williams G. H. Williams Collaborative, P.A. Mr. and Mrs. John T. Williams Wilmington Orthopaedic Group Mr. and Mrs. J. Page Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Wilson Mr. Charles T. Wilson Jr. Ms. Edna S. Wilson Mr. J. Bradley Wilson Mr. James P. Wilson Ms. Lynn S. Wilson Mr. Thomas G. Wilson, Jr. Thea and William Wilson Jr. Mr. Alan W. Winchester Mr. and Mrs. Victor W. Winkler Winston-Salem Community Foundation Mr. Eliot J. Wolff Women’s Center Women’s Health Alliance Mr. and Mrs. John W. Wood Woodcroft Women’s Club Dr. and Mrs. Leon F. Woodruff Jr. Mr. Jon Mark Worley and Ms. Barbara L. Barrett Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wyss Mr. Hee-Won Yoo Mr. Dean Yeaton Ms. Elizabeth Ylvisaker
Ms. Mary Ann Young Mr. and Mrs. Marco A. Zarate Mr. and Mrs. William P. Zeiss Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Zinn Mr. Robert L. Zucker And 119 anonymous donors FRIENDS (LESS THAN $100)
Susan and Marshall Adesman Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Aiello Ms. Dorothy E. Ajemian Ms. Tammy V. Alecio Mr. Marco A. Aleman MD Mr. Robert P. Alexander Mr. S. Parks Alexander III Mrs. Barbara Alotis Alpha Phi Alpha African Male Scholarship Endowment Mr. James A. Altman American Partners Federal Credit Union Ms. Mary Louise B. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. John A. Archibald August Editorial, Inc. Mr. and Mrs.. Burton J. Bacher M.D. Mr. and Mrs. Elwood T. Baker Ms. Lois Ballen Mr. Takehiko Bando Mr. Donald A. Barringer Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bauman Mr. and Mrs. Russell G. Bean Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Becker Ms. Joan W. Belden Mr. Akeem Bello Mr. and Mrs. Ty Bell Larry and Sheila Benninger Ms. Eleanore C. Bequaert Mr. and Mrs. David C. Berger
Steve Berkowitz and Johanna Norman Mr. and Mrs. Chris Bertole Ms. Sarah A. Bickley Mr. and Mrs. Samuel W. Bishop Mr. and Mrs. James B. Boggs Ms. Lillian Robinson Boney Mr. Gary M. Booth and Mrs. Suzanne Herbert-Booth Mr. and Mrs. William M. Boutselis Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Boyette Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Causey J. Brady III Ms. Nancy H. Brame Larry and Adrienne Braverman Ms. Danielle G. Bray Mr. and Mrs. Ken Bridges Ms. Iris H. Brogden Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Brooks Mr. and Mrs. Howard J. Brubaker Mr. and Mrs. Johnny W. Bullins Mr. W. Travis Butler Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Caamano Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Caira Mr. and Ms. Robert D. Calabria Mr. and Mrs. Mike Calvello Ms. Virginia Campbell Mr. Lee Hood Capps Mr. and Mrs. William C. Carapezza Ms. Constance D. Carpenter Mr. and Mrs. John Cartwright Jr. Ms. Rebecca J. Carver Mr. and Mrs. James Casazza Celebrations Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Cesarski Mr. Geraldo Chavez Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Cheek Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Clark Ms. Elizabeth C. Cobb R. A. and Betty Colby
Mr. James D. Collins Mr. and Mrs. William T. Collins Edward and Nina Comiskey Ms. Maria A. Comploier Ms. Gretchen S. Cooley Ms. Kay Cooper Ms. Mary Jane Copeland Mr. and Mrs. Allen F. Cordts Ms. Susan R. Cormier Mr. Vaden W. Cranford Mr. and Mrs. Joe D. Crawford Ms. Catherine V. Crews Mr. Jacob Cuellar Mrs. Virginia Cutchin Mr. Mark Danes Ms. Julie C. Daul Ms. Nelda S. Davies Mr. Christopher K. Delaney Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Deloatche Ms. Susan G. Denault Descendants of Indigenous People, Inc. Ms. Nora J. Dial-Stanley Albert and Hilda Diaz Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Dicker Mr. Michael Dickey Mr. Albert J. Dixon Jr. Ms. Barbara W. Dixon Ms. Lori I. Drum Mr. and Mrs. L.T. Dudley Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Dugar Mr. Tom Dunne Durham Symphony Mr. and Mrs. Kevin M. Earabino Ms. Sally A. Earnest Ms. Ruth Eddy Dr. and Mrs. Howard J Eisenson
Contributors JULY 1, 2004 â€“ JUNE 30, 2005
Mr. and Mrs. Brian L. Entrekin Mr. Daniel T. Erwin Ms. Marion D. Erwin Mr. and Mrs. Jose Estrada Mrs. Ina R. Evans Ms. Rebecca A. Evans Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Fabrie Ms. Monica Faherty and Ms. Molly Merwin Ms. Lyn Fairchild Ms. Kathryn Kerr Fenn Ms. Gina Fernandez Ms. Patricia H. Fields Mr. Renee Fink Mr. and Mrs. Alan Finkelstein Mr. and Mrs. Luther Fisher Mr. Leif Forer Four Oaks American Legion Auxiliary Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Frederick Tom and Bea Kay Freeh Mr. Lee Fritts Ms. Linda N. Fryar Mr. and Mrs. S.M. Gaudet Mr. Philip A. Gaudreau Mr. David W. Gehrman GFA Consulting Inc Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Gillman Mr. and Mrs. John R. Gilson Ms. Laurel Goldman Mr. Scott Goodwin Ms. Anne W. Granath Mr. and Mrs. John A. Grasso Mr. and Mrs. James A. Gray III Mr. Michael D. Green and Ms. Theda Perdue Mr. Robert B. Green
Ms. Kay P. Gresham Ms. Johanna M. Grimes Ms. Martha Guse Mrs. Rodney Hale Dr. and Mrs. Buford Hall Ms. Heather A. Hambrick Dr. and Mrs. Charles B. Hammond Mr. and Mrs. John E. Hammond Ms. Mina Hampton Mr. and Mrs. James Hannon Mr. and Mrs. F.C. Hardy Ms. Clarease Hargrove Ms. Leah M. Harkness Mr. Kristopher Harrison Mrs. Margaret P. Harris Ms. Martha G. Harris Mr. and Ms. Shawn F. Harris Ms. Mary Harvard Ms. Diana Haskell Mr. and Mrs. Brian Hawn Ms. Saundra A. Hazel Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Heisserman Charles J. Hesner Trust Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Hines Mr. Jeffrey B. Hinton Mr. and Mrs. Chris Hollister C. R. Holloway Mr. William Holloway Mr. and Mrs. Wayne L. Horton Mr. Michael D. Houge Barbara and Ron Howard Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John T. Hughes Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John E. Hunt Ms. Sian McLain Hunter Mr. and Mrs. Hank Hurd Mr. Doug Hutchinson Ms. Megan E. Hyland Carolyn and Lynn Ikenberry
Ms. Patricia Inlow-Hatcher Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Isley Fred and Linda Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Steve J. Jax Mrs. Shirley O. Jeffreys Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Jenkins Ms. Faith M. Jennings Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Jones Mr. Keith A. Jones Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Kane Ms. Wendy Kaplan Ms. Rebecca J. Keeter Ms. Karen Kelleher Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Keller Ms. Tara Kennedy Dr. and Mrs. T. C. Kerns Mr. and Mrs. William K. Keyes Ms. Deborah Kilgore-Geis William and Ginger King Ms. Anne Marie Klier Mrs. Ann Kline Mr. and Mrs. David L. Koons Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kranbuehl Ms. Esther W. Krigbaum Mr. and Mrs. Byron Kruse Mr. John Langston and Ms. Lisa Zywicki Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lash Ms. Jennifer Latimer Arthur and Nancy Lebo Ms. Sema E. Lederman Ms. Crystal M. Lee Ms. Eleanor Lee Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Leeper Ms. Karen LeVert Mr. and Mrs. Fred Levitt
Ms. Dorothy J. Lineberger Ms. Sue Y. Little Ronald and J. Michelle Liveris Ms. Judith A. Lloyd Mr. Kenneth E. Lloyd Ms. Regina F. Lloyd Ms. Dimas Lopez-Ramirez Mr. and Mrs. John B. Lyle Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T. Lyons Mr. and Mrs. WM. Keith Mabe Ms. Margarita Machado-Casas Mr. Scott A. Maitland Ms. Alma B. Manning Ms. Patti A. Manning Mr. and Mrs. Steve W. Martin Ms. Donna Martinez Ms. Ashley Mason Ms. Joanne M. Matthews Ms. Cheryel A. Mayhue Mr. and Mrs. Roy Maynor Ms. Patricia McAulay and Ms. Margaret Roesch Mrs. Carol McCaskill Mr. Marvin McCombs Mr. and Mrs. Erik J. McCullough Mr. Kerr McCutcheon Mr. and Mrs. Shawn R. McIntosh Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey McKay Mr. Michael McNeill Ms. Tammy L. McNeil-Rankin Mr. Brian Meacham Peggy and Robert Meares Mr. and Mrs. Michael B. Meck Mr. and Mrs. Roland C. Mendler Mr. Sam R. Miglarese Ms. Gabriele Miller Mr. and Mrs. R. Latham Mills Ms. Wandra G. Mitchell
Mr. and Mrs. James E. Moore Ms. Jan Moore Mr. Steven F. Moore Mr. Marcio M. Moreno Ms. Jennifer Morillo Mr. and Mrs. Clifton D. Moss Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Mullaney Mr. and Mrs. Asbury S. Mullinix Mr. and Mrs. Kevin R. Myers Dr. and Mrs. Charles L. Nance Jr Ms. Bonnie Nelson Mr. Warren P. Newton and Mrs. Anna Kucharska-Newton Mr. and Mrs. Steven G. Nicholson Jr. Ms. Catherine A. Northcutt Francis W. O’Brien Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. O’Leary Ms. Kathryn K. Olivito Ms. Carol A. Owen Mr. and Mrs. Nathan J. Owens Mr. H.D. Oxendine Jr. Michael and Paige Dickerson Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas J. Pantazis Paperless Solutions, Inc. Mr. Charles Parra Mr. Tryphon Peacock Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd M. Pearson Ms. Noel Pellish Mr. Augusto Pena William and Jennifer Pendergast Mr. and Mrs. Andrew T. Penn Mr. and Mrs. Manfred Piper Vincent and Vernese Pledger Mr. Gerald Polson Mr. Emerson L. Pope Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Poppe Mr. and Mrs. Mark H. Porter Ms. Susan G. Powell
Mr. and Mrs. David F. Prince Mr. and Mrs. Gary A. Profet Mr. and Mrs. Eric E. Pullen Mr. and Mrs. John R. Purdy Ms. Elaine Rakouskas Mr. Rey G. Ramirez Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Rapp Ms. Amanda Ratliff Dean and Beth Rayburn RCG Holdings Inc. Mr. Daniel F. Read and Ms. Maria Mangano Mrs. Cynthia Reardon Mr. Jeff Reid Mr. and Mrs. Scott Rice Ms. Merle Umstead Richey Mr. Randall Rickman Ms. Jeanne Riek Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Riley Ms. Joan Rimer Mr. Michael A. Roberts RADM and Mrs. H. B. Robertson Jr. Mr. Carlos M. Rojas-Calvo and Ms. Lizbeth A. Chave Ms. Maritza Rosado Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rothwell Ms. Judith C. Ruiz Ms. Stacy Russell Mr. and Mrs. Bryan W. Safrit Mr. and Mrs. James Sapp Keith and Ronda Sarich Dr. and Mrs. H. Max Schiebel Mr. and Mrs. William F. Schneerer Mr. and Mrs, James A. Schoﬁeld Mr. and Mrs. J.W. E. Schwarz Ms. Katherine Scott Ms. Sue Scott SEI Components, Inc.
Dr. and Dr. Simon M. Shane Ms. Julia B. Shearin Ms. June S. Shearin Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Shepard Ms. E.A. Sher Nick and Dot Shoaf Bill and Linda Shockley Mr. and Mrs. Gregg Shupe Ms. Lisa J. Sitek Mr. and Mrs. George M. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Patrick K. Smith Mr. and Mrs. W. Siegfried Smith III Yvonne Nantais and William Sorce Miss Della Sorrell Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Sotolongo Southern Assisted Living, Inc. Donors Ms. Amanda Sox Ms. Celia Sparger Mr. and Mrs. William R. Spaulding Ms. Lila M. Spaulding Mr. and Mrs. Wil G. Spears Ms. Rita K. Spina Ms. Julia I. Staas-Swain Ms. Helen Stahl Ms. Jeannie M. Stang Ms. Karen E. Stanley Mr. Dennis Stearns, CFP Ms. Margot Stein Ms. Myra Stein Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stevenson Ms. Diann Stewart Mr. and Mrs. Douglas R. Stiers Mr. and Mrs. William H. Stock Ms. Elizabeth R. Stoker Ms. Nancy Stolfo-Corti Ms. Sharon W. Stroud Mr. and Mrs. Felix J. Subervi Jr. Ms. Nancy B. Swagerty
Ms. Julia M. Phipps Dr. Marvin S. Swartz and Ms. Gita Schonfeld Ms. Cassie Sylvester Ms. Judith E. Szustakowski Mr. Jeffrey Taylor Ms. Kay Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Erik B. Thompson Mr. Charles Thrift Ms. Barbara A. Tilley Mr. and Mrs. Erich Tobler Mr. Jerry Totten Ms. Elizabeth C. Trahos Mr. Douglas Tremblay Robert and Evelyn M. Tuck Mr. and Mrs. David E. Vtipil Mr. and Mrs. George Wagner Mrs. Margaret Wainwright Ms. Daryl F. Walker Shuo Wang and Hua Liu Mr. and Mrs. William G. Wasserman Bruce and Gail Waters Mr. Don Watson Ms. Eleathea H. Watson Ms. Laurie Weakley Mrs. Estella Weckstein Mr. Steve Wegmann Mr. and Mrs. Matthew W. Weitz Ms. Lucy Wilks Mr. and Mrs. George W. Williams Ms. Mary E. Williams and Ms. Dorothy Cowart Ms. Barbara S. Wilson Mr. Philip Winn Ms. Cathy Wood Mr. John D. Woodhouse
Contributors JULY 1, 2004 – JUNE 30, 2005
Ms. Julie B. Yeboah Mr. Richard S. Yell Mr. and Mrs. John E. Young Mr. and Mrs. William C. Young Ms. April S. Young Ms. Alma R. Zamora And 133 anonymous donors GIFTS IN HONOR
Lynne & Scott Albert’s Anniversary Florence and Ted Albert Ann Alexander Ms. Rebecca J. Carver All neglected children Mr. N.M. Baccala and Ms. Deborah Oronzio Mr. and Mrs. Mark Ash Mike and Nancy Weddington Mrs. Marie Barefoot Mr. Scott Gersh and Ms. Vicki Barefoot-Gersh Dania Beasley Mr. Albert J. Dixon Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Boynton Richard and Ruth Boynton Mr. and Mrs. Martin Brinkley Mike and Nancy Weddington Country Sunshine’s Teachers Ms. Ellen L. Goldstein Ms. Elizabeth Craven to honor her philanthropic leadership and commitment to low-wealth communities throughout
North Carolina Mr. Tony Pipa Mr. and Mrs. Robert Duggins Mike and Nancy Weddington Martha and Elizabeth Eggleston for their birthday Ms. Gretchen B. Dickson George Esser Mr. Thomas Ross Arnold G. Fink Ms. Karen H. Fink Ms. Mary Francis Ms. Beverley Francis The Glass Family Mr. and Mrs. John D. Reid Rivka Gordon Ms. Rebecca J. Carver Djarta, Aria and Gabrielle Halliday Ms. Beverley Francis Mrs. Patsy Harrison Mrs. Margaret Parker Mr. Frank Heath Mrs. Eleanor de Grange Heath Ms. Olivia Holding Mr. Carson H. Brice Robert E. Huxhold Robert and Maudeileen Huxhold Mr. and Mrs. John Jernigan Mike and Nancy Weddington David and Laura Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson
Mr. and Mrs. Byron Kirkland Mike and Nancy Weddington Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Lehan Mike and Nancy Weddington Mr. and Mrs. Dave Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Paul Harrison Mr. and Mrs. John Madden Mike and Nancy Weddington Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Maiorano Mike and Nancy Weddington Mr. and Mrs. Peter Marino Mike and Nancy Weddington Mr. Melville Mauney Mr. Scott Gersh and Ms. Vicki Barefoot-Gersh Mr. and Mrs. Michael Mitchell Mike and Nancy Weddington Mom Mr. and Mrs. William H. Stock Elinor Munsch on her birthday Ms. Barbara W. Short Dr. Francis A. Neelon American Board of Pediatrics, Inc. Bin Foundation Gordon Ralph Corey and Jennifer Li Dr. and Mrs. Howard J. Eisenson Ruth Z. Fleischman Foundation Dr. and Dr. Conrad Fulkerson Mr. James E. Gosselin and Ms. Patricia Canavan Katz Family Foundation Gene and Diane Linfors Dr. Barbara Newborg Dr. and Mrs. Richard Palmer
Ms. Mary Ellen Scott Dr. Jeremy Sugarman Margo Nicholson’s Birthday Amy and Andrew Berchuck Pere’s Birthday Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Wilson Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Priester IV Mike and Nancy Weddington Elizabeth Alston Reid Mr. and Mrs. John D. Reid Pam Renew’s Birthday Jodi B. Hubble Bill Roberts Mr. and Mrs. Dean Rayburn Howard and Lyn Satisky for Their Anniversary and Birthday Mr. Howard L. Guld Mrs. Doris Schiller’s 90th Birthday Dr. and Mrs. Charles B. Hammond Ms. Juanita H. Sigmon Sigmon Law Firm Smith Anderson Partners Mr. and Mrs. Donald H. Tucker Mr. and Mrs. William H. Moss Ms. Shannon E. St. John an anonymous donor Virginia Stevens Mr. J. Myrick Howard and Mr. Brinkley Sugg June Thompson Dave and Chris Gospodarek
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Thompson Mike and Nancy Weddington Mr. and Mrs. Donald Tucker Mike and Nancy Weddington Mr. and Mrs. J. Russell Hill Mr. Jerry VanSant’s birthday Mr. and Mrs. Jerry VanSant Mr. Kevin E. Van Sant and Mrs. Alice Liu Tien Ms. Laura VanSant Mrs. C. Eileen Watts Welch Mr. William T. Seed and Ms. Elizabeth D. Smith Ms. Marisa Westbrook’s graduation Ms. Rita K. Spina Mr. Tom Wilson’s birthday Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Wilson Jr. GIFTS IN MEMORY
Taylor Alexandra Albert Lynne Townsend Albert and Scott Albert Triangle United Way United Way of Northeast Florida Mr. Loren Zawawi James M. Alotis Ms. Dorothy E. Ajemian Mrs. Barbara Alotis Ms. Joan W. Belden Mr. and Mrs. Samuel W. Bishop Mr. Charles Boewe Mr. and Mrs. Howard J. Brubaker Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Dicker Ms. Angeline Dimicco Ms. Sally A. Earnest Mr. and Mrs. Greene Fenley III
Mr. Renee Fink Mr. and Mrs. S.M. Gaudet Mr. and Mrs. John R. Gilson Ms. Anne W. Granath Dr. and Mrs. Buford Hall Mr. and Mrs. John E. Hammond Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Heisserman Charles J. Hesner Trust Mr. and Mrs. John E. Hunt Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lebo Mr. and Mrs. Fred Levitt Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T. Lyons Mr. and Mrs. Steven G. Nicholson Jr. Ms. Nancy V. Owen Mr. and Mrs. Manfred Piper Ms. Joan Rimer Mr. and Mrs. William F. Schneerer Mr. and Mrs, James A. Schoﬁeld Ms. E.A. Sher Stearns Financial Services Group Ms. Nancy B. Swagerty Mr. and Mrs. Erich Tobler Ms. Mary E. Williams Ms. Barbara S. Wilson Mr. and Mrs. John E. Young Joseph Angello and Juan Chesson Mr. and Mrs. Michael B. Adler Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Bauer Ms. Carol Booth Ms. Sharon E. Booth Mr. Harrell Chesson Daughtridge Sales Company, Inc. Mr. Alexander S. Hammond Mr. and Mrs. John A. Hammond Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Haney John and Frances Lee Ms. Gay S. Mullinix Mr. E. Tyson Smith
Mr. and Mrs. Timmy Tucker Jean and Bill Wynne Charles W. Barefoot Mr. Scott Gersh and Ms. Vicki Barefoot-Gersh Elise Pettitt Bender Mrs. Betty N. Batchelor Mrs. Virginia Cutchin Mr. W. Carlyle Gay Mrs. Janice Mayberry Ms. Julia B. Shearin Michael C. Bequaert Ms. Eleanor C. Bequaert A. Tyson Bilbro Dr. and Mrs. H. Clifford Baggett Dr. and Mrs. John D. Benson Ms. Laura Carpenter Bingham Mr. and Mrs. Lewis R. Brine Sterling and Carolyn Brockwell Mr. and Mrs. James Bunn III Mr. Scott Burkhead Mr. and Mrs. Tom Burton Jr Mr. and Mrs. Dudley C. Chandler Jr. Mrs. Marion J. Church Custom Brick Company, Inc. Mr. and Ms. Rusty Duke Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy E. Dunn Dr. and Mrs. C. Allan Eure Ms. Frances S. Kohut Mr. H. Martin Lancaster Mr. and Mrs. Ronald H. Levine Leroy and Charlotte Martin Foundation Mr. and Mrs. John D. McConnell Jr. William and Sara McCoy Ms. Elizabeth R. Murray Mr. Van Noah
Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey P. Oakley Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Parker Mr. and Mrs. Greg Patterson Peace College Mr. Ed Pleasants Grey and Celia Poole Mr. Garland Radford and Ms. Lee Nowell Radford Mr. and Mrs. W. Trent Ragland Jr. Rest Haven Sunday School Mr. and Mrs. James R. Rogers III Mr. and Mrs. Art Ross Mr. Charles V. Taft Mr. and Mrs. Timmy Tucker Mr. and Mrs. James D. Wall Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Wiggins Alice Poe Williams Revocable Trust Mr. and Mrs. Murray Williams Ms. Vivian T. Young Mr. and Mrs. William C. Young James Christopher Black Triangle United Way J. B. Brame Mr. S. Thomas Amore Ms. Nancy H. Brame Erwin Oil Co. Ms. Marion D. Erwin Mr. and Mrs. J. Gary Gradinger Dr. and Mrs. Charles L. Nance Jr Garland C. Norris Company Mr. Charles M. Reeves III Mr. and Mrs. David P. Shaw Nick and Dot Shoaf Wilmington Orthopaedic Group Dr. and Mrs. Robert K. Yowell Julie Ann Brodie Ms. Mary Jane Copeland
Contributors JULY 1, 2004 – JUNE 30, 2005
Margaret Hardesty Brogden Mrs. Betty N. Batchelor Ms. Lillian Robinson Boney Mrs. Janice Mayberry Mimi Brown Norman and Sonna Loewenthal Dr. Joy Rubin The Brumley Family Dr. and Mrs. W. Z. Bradford Jr. Dave Brummitt Mr. Steven R. Adams Ms. Leslie M. Alexandre Ms. Lisa Angel Mr. Kenneth G. Bailey Mr. Russell Barringer III Mr. and Mrs. William E. Barton Mr. and Mrs. Stanley E. Bashaw Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Baumeister Mr. Jeffrey T. Beasley Mr. Michael L. Beatty Sr. Mr. Jeff Beckwith Ms. Lisa Beck Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Bedford Mr. and Mrs. Todd A. Beese Mr. and Mrs. Donald Belk Ms. Randi Blank Mr. Douglas C. Boggie Mr. Jack Boger III Mr. Brian R. Booth Ms. Robin Boyles Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey Brace Mr. and Mrs. Doug Bradley Mr. and Mrs. Steven L. Bradsher Ms. Amy A. Branch Mr. and Mrs. David N. Bridenbaugh Mr. and Mrs. Tony Brown
Mr. John R. Bruner Mr. Michael J. Brush Mr. and Mrs. Michael Byrne Ms. Sandra Chase Mr. and Mrs. Fred Christensen Ms. Jessica Civali Mr. and Mrs. Michael K. Claes Mr. and Mrs. Ronald E. Clanton David Cole and Mary Hall Ms. Kate L. Colburn Ms. Margaret A. and Ms. C. Beverley Cooper Mr. David Critchley Mr. John M. Crotsley Ms. Lauren H. Custer Mr. Michael L. Davis Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. DeVito Jr. Ms. Mary G. Doherty Mr. Edward Dougherty Mr. and Mrs. Kevin E. Dougherty Samuel Ernest Douglass Jr. Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. William Dron Ms. Gretal Z. Easter Mr. and Mrs. James P. Edwards Mr. and Mrs. William H. Elam Jr. Mr. and Ms. John J. Elsner Mr. John Ende Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Estes Mr. Richard D. Estes Mr. Dennis M. Falls and Ms. Irina Paraschiv Mr. Frank Fillmann Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Fissel Mr. Jeffrey T. Fitzgerald Ms. Jeanne T. Flynn Mr. and Mrs. Edward P. Frantz Jr Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D. Fraser
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas T. Frazier Jr. Ms. Ann M. Frey Mr. Joseph V. Gailey Mr. Terrence L. Gardner Mr. Daniel M. Gatti Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Geiser Ms. Stephanie S. Gerardi Ms. Stephanie Gibbs Mr. Ted G. Godwin Mr. and Mrs. David Goodall Ms. Rebecca K. Gottbrath Mr. and Mrs. William C. Graham Steve Gurganus and Kathleen McQuaid Mr. and Mrs. Dennis T. Guvetis Mr. Ronald P. Hamner Jr Mr. Robert T. Hargett Ms. Margaret Harrington Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Hart Mr. Robert P. Hefter Mr. and Ms. Mark Helwig Herman Family Trust Mr. Quinn Hershberger Mr. George Holliman Mr. Joseph C. Hollingsworth Ms. Ellen R. Hood Mr. George S. Hugh Mr. Jerome Hughes Mr. and Mrs. Bret A. Hunter Ms. Brandi Hurt Ms. Alice A. Hyman Mr. and Mrs. James E. Ingold Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Iovine Mr. and Mrs. Theodore D. Ising Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Jacobs III Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Janeway III Mr. Mike Jean Mr. C. Lawrence Jones
Mr. Lannis B. Jones Mr. and Mrs. Krishna M. Joshi Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Kadle Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. King Mr. Kevin J. Kirk Mr. Daniel Labrecque Ms. Tammy M. Lambert Mr. David LaMotta Mr. and Mrs. David A. Larson Legg Mason Wood Walker, Inc. Mr. John A. Lehnert Mr. and Mrs. Mark E. Logan Mr. John Martin Ms. Mary Ruth Martin Mr. and Mrs. Walter P. Mazurick Mr. and Mrs. H. Al McNeill Mr. and Mrs. William J. McNeill Ms. Katy Minner Mr. Claude Monnier and Ms. J. Smith Doss Mr. and Mrs. Michael Moon Mr. Philip A. Moore Mr. and Mrs. R.Scott Morgan Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mortensen Mr. and Mrs. Frank N. Murdock Jr. Mr. John A. Murray Mr. Michael J. Musolf Mr. Lawrence J. Noe North Carolina Beer and Wine Wholesalers Association Ms. Charlene R. O’Connor Mr. Paul T. O’Connor Ms. Trish O’Grady Mr. Tom A. Ori Mr. Jason Pannkuk Mr. and Mrs. Gary H. Parks Mr. Bill Parquet Mr. and Mrs. Andrew S. Pendergrass
Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey C. Perkinson Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Perry Mr. William Pittman Mr. and Mrs. Dan M. Pleasant Jr. Ms. Lisa Poirier Ms. Maria K. Powers Mr. and Mrs. E. Carson Price Mr. W. Greyson Quarles Jr. Mr. John W. Reid Research Triangle Ventures, LLC Mr. David E. Rice Mr. S. Ricks Mr. John K. Rider Mr. and Mrs. Gary Rohlke Ms. Jessica M. Rohrbach Mr. and Mrs. Lee S. Rosen Rosen Divorce Ms. Janice R. Rosenbohm Michael Ross and Henrietta Barksdale Elizabeth Ruben and Rajendra Singh Ms. Beth Rushing Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Santalucia Mr. David C. Schotzhauer Ms. Robin Scott Mr. Herbert W. Sellers and Mrs. Kathryn Clark-Sell Mr. and Mrs. James C. Serne Gary Shaffer and Sara Huston Steph and Richard Smith Mr. Tracy M. Smith and Ms. Courtney S. Michelle Mr. Ying C. So Ms. Casson Stallings Mr. Jon David Stewart Ms. Diane Stevenson Andrew Stewart and Emily Rosen Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Stomp Mr. and Mrs. Michael Stringfellow
Mr. John M. Sullivan Mr. Ken Swanson Mr. and Mrs. John R. Swope Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Eugene S. Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Jason Thomas Tillery Marketing Group Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth D. Timmons Ms. Donna L. Torrence Mr. and Mrs. Norris G. Townsend John Tullo and Lucy Harber Mr. and Mrs. Steven H. Turner Mr. Yee Yer Vang Mr. and Mrs. Bill Vetter Ms. Carolyn T. Vincent Mr. Steve Wallace Ms. Anne E. Waller Mr. Caleb Walton Mr. Heiko Wangler Mr. Jim Ward Mr. Ben Warren Mr. and Mrs. Louis C. Watta Mr. and Mrs. William A. West Mr. and Ms. V. Lane Wharton Jr Mr. John E. White Mr. Bud Whitmeyer Mr. and Mrs. Josef Wiedemann Dan Wilkinson and Kate Dixon Mr. and Mrs. Alan R. Williams Mr. and Ms. Charles Williams Mr. Tommy Willis Ms. Diana Witt Mr. Keil Wurl Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin R. Yorker Mr. Craig M. Young Mr. John Young Mr. and Mrs. Michael Zapata III An anonymous donor
Annalee Dale Cairns Mr. and Mrs. Donovan Lent Catherine T. Calvello Mr. and Mrs. Mike Cavello Hugh Cannon Zaytoun and Associates John Cannon Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bowers Mr. C. Marshall Cannon Ms. Jessie Cannon Ms. Martha J. Cannon Mr. and Mrs. Roger Creighton Donna Cederberg and John Cederberg Mrs. Betsy S. Hackney Cherry Ms. Lillian V. Cherry Donald Clarke-Pearson Mr. and Mrs. Allen Addison Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Berek Mr. Brooks Booth Ms. Nancy H. Brame Mr. and Mrs. E. Willis Brooks Mr. and Mrs. Jagdish Chandra Chapel Hill High School Cross Country Team Members from 1979-1984 Mrs. Martha J. Chukinas Mr. A.T. Clarke Ms. Julie R. Coleman and Mr. William Lord Coleman Dr. and Mrs. Michael Colvin Mr. and Mrs. Leo J. Corbett Alan and Mimi Cross Mr. Michael Curtin Dr. and Mrs. Stan Filip
Mr. Eugene F. Foley and Ms. Laurel W. Rice Mr. Steven R. Fore Dr. Julie and Dr. Arthur Greenberg Ms. Annie Hall Dr. and Mrs. Charles B. Hammond Mr. Thomas F. Henley Herbst Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. C. Fred Irons III Mr. and Mrs. David Kelchner Dr. W. Kirby Kilpatrick Mr. and Mrs. John W. Lane Norman and Sonna Loewenthal Mr. and Mrs. John S. McComb Mr. and Mrs. H. Wallace Merritt Mr. and Mrs. Howard C. Mezer Monmouth Psychological Assoc. Dr. and Mrs. Gustavo S. Montana Moses Cone Health System Dr. and Mrs. Daniel H. Nelson Mr. and Mrs. Brion S. Pearson Ms. Frances M. Pearson Mr. Jim Protzman and Ms. Jane Brown John F. and Ruth Rhodes Ms. Joan Rimer Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rubano Ms. Margaret Saleeby Doris and David Schomberg Mr. and Ms. John Soper Ms. Maureen Soper Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Soper Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. StiďŹ‚er Mr. and Mrs. Herman H. Stone Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Stone Sue Slatkoff and Ron Strauss Sigmund and Ellen Tannenbaum Foundation
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Rita and David Thissen Ms. Margaret M. Thompson Dr. and Mrs. James R. Urbaniak Dr. and Mrs. Robert M. Wein William A. and Josephine D. Clement Mr. Wesley D. Clement Jean Cohen Ms. Susan Cohen Mrs. E. J. M. Delaney Mr. Christopher K. Delaney Catherine A. Dugger Mr. and Mrs. Atwell Dugger Mrs. H. P. Edwards Mr. H. P. Edwards Bettie Ann Whitehurst Everett H. Spencer Everett Jr. Charitable Fund Lucy Fein Mr. John M. Fein Bernard F. Fetter Mrs. Bernard Fetter Robert Hayden Fine Ms. Caroline Fine Dr. Edgar C. Garrabrant II Dr. and Mrs. Kevin M. Doyle Dr. and Mrs. Pascal S. Camak Dr. and Mrs. Edgar C. Garrabrant II Dr. and Mrs. Clif Patterson Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Rhodes Sr. John R. Garrabrant Dr. and Mrs. Pascal S. Camak Dr. and Mrs. Edgar C. Garrabrant II Dr. and Mrs. Clif Patterson
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Rhodes Sr. John Gent Mrs. Emily C. Morton Greg Gephart Ms. Catherine Clark Ireland Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Keller Kinkaid School Mr. John G. Larson Mr. and Mrs. Randall T. Murrill Ms. Diane Pappas and Mr. Rex Rogers Rocky and Debbie Robinson Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stevenson Mr. and Mrs. John A. Stuper Grace Alston Glass Mr. Gerald A. Conway Mr. and Mrs. Edward G. Lilly Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Joseph L. McDaniel Ms. Kay T. MacDermott The Thomas F. O’Toole Fund Communities Foundation of Texas Beth Glenn Mr. R. Kenneth Taylor Jr. Tommy Goldberg Mr. and Mrs. Richard R. Goldberg Jill and John Kispert John and Ruth Rhodes Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Warren Virginia Klier Ms. Anne Marie Klier Helen Gorham Mrs. Betty N. Batchelor David Greenberg Mrs. Ina R. Evans
Douglas Gregory Sr. Ms. Jan Moore Dr. John Grimes Durham Symphony Rochelle Thomasen Grubb Tom and Larry Hines Scott Gruder Town Club Foundation Stacy Guess Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Guess Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Maxwell John Michael Hale Mr. and Mrs.. Burton J. Bacher M.D. Mr. and Mrs. Ty Bell Mr. and Mrs. Luther Fisher Ms. Jean Hale Mrs. Rodney Hale Ms. Mary Harvard Ms. Rebecca J. Keeter Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kitt Ms. Jeanne Riek Mr. and Mrs. Bernie M. Salter Sr. Mr. and Mrs. George Wagner Mr. Steve Wegmann Ms. Julia Wernicke Morton Harfenist Mr. Robert W. McNutt Jr. Carter Harris Ms. Claudia A. R. Harris Mr. and Mrs. W. Henry Rogers Dr. Jerome Harris Mrs. Arch L. Bass Jr. Ms. Anne B. Berkley Ms. Lucy Credle
Dr. and Mrs. J. Leonard Goldner Ms. Mina Hampton Mr.. and Mrs. Steven Harris Ms. Anne Henrich Deborah and Nicholas Kredich Mr. David Mangum Mrs. Dorothy W. Manning Ms. Patricia Markas Mr. L.T. Matthews Dr. and Mrs. Richard McCann Ms. Lois Pounds Oliver Ms. Ellen J. Sanders Ms. Marilynn Smith Ms. Doris J. Stanley Ms. Elizabeth D. Steel Ms. Gloria Stevens Mr. and Mrs. Ronald W. Subber Julia Ann Harrison Dr. and Mrs. Peter F. Adland Mr. and Mrs. William T. Allee Carole and Howard Arkush Ms. Kathryn E. Bacon Mr. and Mrs. Timothy S. Bennett Mr. and Mrs. Maurice S. Brookhart Ms. Elizabeth J. Ciner Daniel and Kathleen Clarke-Pearson Mr. and Mrs. Elliot Cole Mr. and Mrs. Edward S. Eastman Jr. Mr. and Mrs. A. Aaron Elkind Anita and Paul Farel Ms. Karen H. Fink Rabbi and Mrs. Frank A. Fischer Ms. Shirley E. Gray Nortin and Carol Hadler Ms. Mary Caye Jones Ms. Muriel B. Kaplan Barry Katz and Belinda Novik
Dr. and Mrs. David G. Kaufman Ms. Judith B. Klotz Ms. Linda Kornberg Ms. Mindy R. Kornberg Carrie and Howard Krasnow Norman and Sonna Loewenthal Seymour and Josephine Mauskopf Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mehler Dr. and Mrs. Robert X. Morrell Jr. Piedmont Health Services Inc. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Pope Jr. Mr. Herbert S. Posner Dr. Joy Rubin Ms. Marjorie A. Satinsky Ms. Anne L. Scaff Bill and Linda Shockley Ms. Heidi M. Silverman Myra and Michael Smith Adam and Jane Stein Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Stiﬂer Dr. Marvin S. Swartz and Ms. Gita Schonfeld Sari and Stuart Teplin Dr. Charles Van Der Horst and Dr. Laura Svetky Ms. Sonja van der Horst Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Weiss Mr. and Mrs. Frederick J. Whitney Wide Waters Fund, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Zisk Robert A. Helmus Mr. and Ms. Todd Hemphill Henry H. Hendriks Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas J. Pantazis George R. Herbert RTI-PCCO
Helen E. Heusner Friends of Orange Co. DSS Robert and Chris Nutter Mary Moran Pajalich Trust Beverly and George Hitchings Mr. James A. Bustrack Ms. Irene Hackel Herman Howe and Gladys Otten Fussler Norman and Nancy Scaief Gustaveson Sarah Louise Humphrey Mr. Lloyd Humphrey Linda A. Ironside Ms. Heather Smith Linton Kethryn R. Jarrus Mr. Scott Gersh and Ms. Vicki Barefoot-Gersh Carrie Johnson Ms. Jeannie M. Stang Howard Allen Johnston Robert and Jane Johnston George Kakalec Ms. Susanne G. Moulton Kate Parks Kitchin Mr. and Mrs. Jack Taylor Mrs. Janice B. Speas Melvin K. Knowles Mr. W. Carlyle Gay Harvey M. Lee Jr. Mrs. Betty N. Batchelor Mrs. Margaret P. Harris Ms. June S. Shearin Mr. and Mrs. George M. Smith
Dr. Joe Liverman Clare and Walter Baum Eleanor Long-Wilgus Friends of Orange Co. DSS Robert and Chris Nutter Amrit “Ritu” Mahal Gurbhushan Basra and Regina Mannion-Basra Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D. Belna Mekye Malcolm James and Stephanie Brown Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel A. Desharnais Ms. Naomi Feaste Ms. Keval K. Khalsa Loretta and Tim Kuehn The Hon. Paul Luebke and Carol Gallione Ms. Katherine M. Nelson Ms. Kate Rinzler Ms. Helen B. Schaffner Isaac Hall Manning Jr. Mrs. Everett Land Jr. Mrs. Dorothy W. Manning James W. Mason Mrs. Nancy Mason Patricia McCracken Law Ofﬁces of Sema E. Lederman Richard K. Meyer Mr. Christopher W. Meyer Mr. and Mrs. J. H. M. Meyer Jim Miller Ms. Kay Cooper Margaret D. Moore Ms. Lisa J. Sitek
Peter John Neal Dr. and Ms. Geoff Frank Geneva Nethercutt Ms. Lillian Robinson Boney Nora K. Nicholson Mr. and Mrs. Tom Freeh Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Larry Nicholson Bill and Linda Shockley J. B. Owens Mrs. Emily C. Morton Peg Page Mr. Scott Gersh and Ms. Vicki Barefoot-Gersh Ryan Page Ms. Nancy Akley Ms. Anne C. Alexander Ms. Carol L. Ashcraft Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Ashcraft III Mr. and Mrs. Marshall C. Ashcraft Mr. Ronald H. Bayes Mr. and Mrs. Terry W. Beasley Mr. and Mrs. Ronald J. Bobbie Ms. Juanita Boston Mrs. Nancy A. Bradley Dr. Marianne S. Breslin Ms. Latoya S. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Gregory E. Burcher Ms. Deborah Carroll Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Cochran Ms. Elizabeth H. Cole Ms. Margaret A. and Ms. C. Beverley Cooper Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Coppedge Winnifred Coppedge – EOOA
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Ms. Deborah A. Cortner Mr. and Mrs. David Degerolamo Mr. and Mrs. Allan B. Denton Mr. and Mrs. Randall L. Eakes Mr. and Mrs. Stephen E. Foy Mr. and Mrs. William S. Frank Dr. Giuliana G. Gage Dr. and Mrs. Richard Gannaway Mr. Richard Gannaway Jr. Mr. Matthew Goodman and Ms. Reena Patel Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Grady Jr Ms. Sara Graham and Mr. Guy Gulliksen Mr. and Mrs. Peter F. Haggar Mr. David Halliburton Mr. and Mrs. James J. Harkin Mr. William Harkness Mr. and Mrs. William J. Hawley Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Haynie III Ms. Holly Hendren Mr. and Mrs. Brad J. Hicks Ms. Pat Hunnell Mr. and Mrs. Gary Jackson Ms. Melissa W. Jemison Mr. and Mrs. George W. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Harry Johnson Mr. Robert Johnson Mrs. Sandy Johnson Mr. Lannis B. Jones Mr. Phillip J. Kirk Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Kissiah Mr. and Ms. Chris Lakin Ms. Dorothea Lakin Ms. Tracey K. Laughlin Ms. Carol Lebing Mr. and Mrs. Steven A. Leese
Mr. Keith Leese Ms. Cynthia J. Lomax Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Long Mr. and Mrs. James J. Macdaid Mr. and Mrs. Douglas A. Macgregor Mr. William O. Mann Mr. and Mrs. Alan R. McBrayer Ms. Susan McCaskill Mr. and Mrs. Jerry A. Miller Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP Ms. Billie P. Murray Mr. and Mrs. Mack L. Nance Ms. Tess A. Nance NCDDS – Unit 10 NCDDS – Unit 16 NCDDS – Unit 17 Mr. and Mrs. Steven A. Nicholson Ms. Laurel R. Olin Ms. Karen Osborne-Rowland Ms. Mary Jean Page Mr. William J. Page Mr. and Mrs. Robert N. Panella Mr. and Mrs. Tommy B. Pate Ms. Gloria Phillips Ms. Linda Porter Mr. Ray A. Pruitt II Mr. and Mrs. R. Scott Ruby Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Ruedy Mr. and Mrs. John P. Saavedra Mr. and Mrs. Albert Salerno Ms. Joanne S. Scherma Mr. and Mrs. Bipin Shah Ms. Terry Shea Sheehan Sales, Inc Mr. and Mrs. Tony W. Sigmon Mr. and Ms. Lacy B. Slayton Mr. Billie Smith Ms. Roxanne F. Smith
Mr. and Mrs. Todd W. Smith Mr. Frank T. Street Mrs. Katherine A. Street Mr. and Mrs. F. Lawrence Street Ms. Teresa Strickland Mr. Jerry L. Thomas Mr. and Mrs. J.J. Wade III Ms. Susan Q. Wade Mr. and Mrs. Willaim J. Wentzel Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Witsil An anonymous donor Nancy J. Pitton Ms. Mary E. Eberst Hubert McNeill Poteat III Mrs. Hurley P. Raynor Mr. James S. Staton and Mrs. Dianne C. Sellers Ms. Mary Beth Tobin Elizabeth Potts Clare and Walter Baum Edward Prusiewicz Ms. Candace Prusiewicz and Mr. Barry R. Beggs Sue Rash Mr. Gregory E. McAvoy Arlene Rosenfeld Larry and Sheila Benninger Kathryn Segee Ms. Beverly Segee Mr. and Mrs. John E. Segee Debbie Shelton Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth G. Carroll Mr. Raymond F. Shelton Ms. Martha D. Warren
Kassel Smit Ms. Patricia R. Adams Ms. Holly Bao Ms. Helen Blaisdell Ms. Mary Jean Blaisdell Mr. and Mrs. David N. Bridenbaugh Ms. Elizabeth Carroll Cary High School PTA Ms. Megan K. Chilton Mr. Jason Craft Cub Scout Pack #224 Down Under Surf/Scuba Mr. and Ms. Michael Dudek Engineering Specialties Co., Inc. Mr. and Mrs. David E. Fox Mr. and Mrs. Raymond A. Giemza Mr. and Mrs. Stephen F. Harper Hendrick Dodge – Rick Hendrick’s Cary Auto Mall Mr. and Mrs. Peter G. Hnath Ms. Carolyn Huettel Ms. Shelby Jennings Mr. and Mrs. Evan Kane Mr. and Mrs. William Ketcham Ms. Myron D. Klingbeil Felicite B. Latane Endowment Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Scott McCray Mr. Brian C. McFadden Mr. and Mrs. A. Stephen Meadows Mr. and Mrs. Gene Melchior Mr. and Mrs. Jim Metcaff Mr. Robert J. Nemanich Ms. Pat L. Parson Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Poisel Mr. and Mrs. William J. Pratt Progress Energy Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Rasp
Skanska USA Building, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. David Skergan Ms. Glorianna R. Smit Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Smit Mr. and Mrs. Robert Torres Triangle United Way Mr. and Mrs. Mark N. Way Mr. and Mrs. David M. Wilkerson Ms. Carrie Zelna Rita Stankus Ms. Carol A. Owen Dean Stetler Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kitt John S. and Otelia Stewart Ms. E. Marie Foley Ken Stringer Mr. Scott Gersh and Ms. Vicki Barefoot-Gersh Carolyn Underwood Allegis Group Foundation Mr. and Mrs. John P. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Kevin D. Apperson Mr. and Mrs. Ted Bell Ms. Nancy Berry Ms. Babette G. Blaug Blum Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo P. Brown Mr. and Mrs. William D. Charping Mr. and Mrs. John T. Crocker Mr. and Mrs. Liam Danagher Mr. and Mrs. Ignatius Gallo Gilead Sciences, Inc. Mr. Jeffrey Gimble and Ms. Xiying Wu Mr. David S. Gray and Ms. Teresa M. Anderson
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony D. Hall Mr. and Ms. James Hui Mr. John R. Kagel Mr. and Mrs. Harsh Kalra Ms. and Ms. Lillian Kies Mr. Martin Kraus H. Michael Kurzman Trust Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Lacroix Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Levin Ms. Sheryl J. Mallernee Mr. Rick Mariano Mr. and Mrs. Patrick McEvoy Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Medwar Ms. Ann E. Salitsky Mr. Michael G. Sandman Mr. and Mrs. Shuching Shaw Mr. Alan S. Taylor Triangle Pharmaceuticals Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Walt Mrs. W.J. Woodard Jr. Mr. Hee-Won Yoo Mr. Jian Zong and Mrs. Lei Fang Carl G. Ward Jennifer Ward Dr. Charles DeWitt Watts Sr. Mrs. Mamie V. Alston Ms. Laura F. Anderson Ms. Ruth A. Anderson Ms. Sandra S. Averitt Mrs. E.T. Belcher Mr. and Mrs. Charles Blackmon Drs. Elaine and George Brothers Mrs. Mary A. Bruce Mr. and Mrs. Peter C. Buck Burroughs Wellcome Fund Mr. and Mrs. Steven G. Clipp Mrs. Emily T. Cogwell
Perry Colwell and Betty Neese Durham Academy of Medicine Ms. Frances Dyer Ferguson, Stein, Chambers, Adkins, Gresham & Sumler Mr. Howard M. Fitts Jr. Rev and Mrs. Monroe Freeman Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Girimont Mr. and Mrs. William M. Gottwald Mrs. Beulah R. Hill Rev. and Mrs. Haywood Holderness Jr. Howard University Alumni Club Howard University College of Medicine Dr. Jack Hughes Mr. Richard Kimper Ms. Deborah L. Lekan-Rutledge Ms. Alice J. Logan Ms. Joanne L. Mazurki Mechanics & Farmers Bank Mr. and Mrs. J. H. M. Meyer Ms. Joyce Winston Michaux Vic and Anne Moore NC Museum of History Associates, Inc. Dr. Kenneth Olden and Dr. Sandra White-Olden Mr. and Mrs. William F. Owen Jr. Dr. Desiree T. Palmer Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Peloso Pless, Pless & Stephens CPAs, P.A. Charles Chase Pratt Memorial Fund Col and Mrs. Julian R. Price (Ret) Mr. and Mrs. William W. Rankin Mr. William T. Seed and Ms. Elizabeth D. Smith Ms. Virginia B. Smith Ms. Judith A. Snyderman Ms. Patricia St. Georges
St. Joseph’s A.M.E. Church St. Joseph’s Historic Foundation Mr. Arthuryne J. Taylor and Mrs. Melvadeen W. Bail Mrs. Julia W. Taylor Ms. D. Carr Thompson Mr. and Mrs. George T. Thorne Ms. Carolyn Ingram Thornton Mr. and Mrs. George H. Turner III Dr. and Mrs. James R. Urbaniak Mrs. Nancy Wardropper Dr. Bernadette G. Watts Mrs. M.W. Wheeler Mr. Charles T. Wilson Jr. Women’s Health Alliance Ms. Mary J. Zellinger Philip Watts Mr. Clark Barﬁeld Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Joiner Dr. Marcia Koomen Mr. and Mrs. Hugh H. Tilson Jr. Richard L. Wentz Ms. Alison Wentz Mary Green Whitehurst Mrs. Virginia Cutchin Richard E. Whitted Mr. and Mrs. Tarleton B. Davis Coleman, Gledhill & Hargrave The Charles M. Jones Fellowship Caleb and Rosetta Moore Ms. Paulette Pridgen Dirk and June Spruyt Mr. and Mrs. Pearson H. Stewart James and Delores Tinnin Mr. and Mrs. George E. Whitted
Contributors JULY 1, 2004 â€“ JUNE 30, 2005
C. Duke Wilder Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William B. Parker Jr. Mial Williamson Broughton High School Alumni Association Mr. Hugh A. Williams Jr. Isabel Williamson Clare and Walter Baum Esther P. Wilson Mr. James P. Wilson Jimmy Worsley Mrs. Betty N. Batchelor Celia Wright Ms. Marilyn Hartman Ms. Jane Knoeck Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Wright Jr. PROJECT LIFEBOAT CONTRIBUTORS
A4 HealthSystems Mr. and Mrs. Ted W. Abernathy Active Data Services Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Aiello Mr. and Mrs. Dick Ambrose Mr. and Mrs. Michael T. Anderson Mr. Robert Andrews, FMI Corporation Anonymous Fund Mr. James D. Antonino Mr. Rylan T. Arnold Ms. Janet Bailey Mr. and Mrs. Bret R. Bandi Mr. and Mrs. Dave Barkley Mr. and Mrs. H.W. Bartholomay Mr. and Mrs. Todd M. Baughman Mr. and Ms. John Beck
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bell Mr. Scott Bell Mr. and Mr. Jeffrey Blackwood Mr. and Mrs. James B. Boggs Dr. and Mrs. Stephen F. Bolick Mr. and Mrs. David Bond Mr. Gary M. Booth and Mrs. Suzanne Herbert-Booth Mr. and Mrs. William M. Boutselis Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Boyette Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Brady Ms. Iris H. Brogden Mr. and Mrs. Anthony S. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Buckley Mr. Michael Burns Mr. James P. Cain Ms. Virginia Campbell Capital Club Properties Ms. Merrilee J. Carlson Ms. Constance D. Carpenter Ms. Evelyn G. Carrick Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Carson Mr. Calvin H. Carter Jr. Charles & Colvard, LTD Mr. Philip Colcord Mr. James D. Collins Mr. and Mrs. Eddie G. Cone Ms. Gretchen S. Cooley Mr. Vaden W. Cranford Ms. Catherine V. Crews Ms. Nelda S. Davies Mr. John R. Davis and Mrs. Jean Laughlin-Davis Ms. Barbara W. Dixon Ms. Ruth Eddy Mr. and Mrs. John Edmond Ms. Patricia J. Eklund
Mr. and Mrs. Brian L. Entrekin Equity Services Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Fabrie Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Fee Jr. Mr. Charles S. Ferrell Ms. Gigiauna Fioresi Mr. Charles H. Fitch III Ms. Rosemarie A. Foley Forest View Elementary School Ms. Linda N. Fryar Ms. Adriene M. Gamble Mr. Gary S. Gartner and Mrs. Susan E. Saenger Mr. Philip A. Gaudreau Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Gillman Global Knowledge Network, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry L. Goodman Mr. and Mrs. David Gross Umesh and Usha Gulati Charitable Fund Ms. Martha Guse Mr. and Mrs. Patrick V. Hampson Ms. Mina Hampton Mr. and Mrs. James Hannon Mr. and Mrs. Andy Harwell Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey L. Hemric Ms. Elizabeth D. Herring Mr. and Mrs. John Hodges-Copple Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Hofmeister C. R. and B. S. Holloway George and Alice Horton Fund Mr. and Mrs. Ken Howard Hummingbird Creative Design Mr. and Mrs. Mark H. Humphreys Mr. F. Neal Hunter Mr. and Mrs. John A. Ickes Integrated Laboratory Systems Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Jackson Mr. Mazin S. Jaliwala Mr. and Mrs. Steve J. Jax Mrs. Shirley O. Jeffreys Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Jenkins Ms. Faith M. Jennings Mr. and Mrs. Dean R. Jolly Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Jones Ms. Wendy Kaplan Mr. Michael Kelly Ms. Tara Kennedy Mr. and Mrs. William K. Keyes Ms. Deborah Kilgore-Geis Mr. and Mrs. Christopher R. Kline Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Koby Mr. and Mrs. Christopher J. Komorek Mr. and Mrs. David L. Koons Mr. and Mrs. Byron Kruse Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Lahaie Lake Lynn Seniors Mr. and Mrs. Rick R. Langdon Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Larson Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lash John and Katherine Latimer Ms. Jennifer Latimer Ms. Crystal M. Lee Ms. Carolyn S. Leith Ms. Linda Leith Leith Inc. Ms. Eileen M. Liedeker Ms. Judith A. Lloyd Ms. Regina F. Lloyd Mr. Robert Luddy Ms. Genie F. Mackinnon Ms. Alma B. Manning Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan C. Martin Ms. Donna Martinez
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Matthy McConnell Foundation Mr. Kerr McCutcheon Mr. and Mrs. Ray McDonald Mr. and Mrs. Shawn R. McIntosh Ms. Joan G. Meade Mr. and Mrs. Michael B. Meck Mr. and Mrs. Roland C. Mendler Ms. Tamala L. Mickelson Mr. and Mrs. Bryan L. Miller Mr. David L. Miller Ms. Meredith L. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Warren J. Miller Mr. Scott E. Milvae and Ms. Jane F. Cox MMI Associates Mr. and Mrs. James E. Moore Ms. Jan Moore Mr. and Mrs. Michael K. Moore Mr. Steven F. Moore Mr. and Mrs. Gregory F. Moyer Mr. Stephen E. Muelller Mr. Sougata Mukherjee Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Mullaney Ms. Joan P. Myers Napro Communications Inc Mr. Huong L. Nguyen North Chatham, LLC Francis W. O’Brien Ms. Michelle Oldridge Mr. Jerry Oster and Ms. Patricia Lester Mr. and Mrs. A. Edward Owen Jenni and Todd Owen Mr. and Mrs. Rodd Padden Mr. and Mrs. John W. Palmour Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas J. Pantazis
Ms. Tara Paulus Mr. and Mrs. Brad D. Penny Mr. and Mrs. Craig L. Pierce Ms. Cynthia P. Pittman Mr. Emerson L. Pope Mr. and Mrs. Mark H. Porter Mr. and Mrs. Mark L. Price Mr. and Mrs. Eric E. Pullen RBC Centura Bank Mr. Daniel F. Read and Ms. Maria Mangano Ellen and Ken Reckhow Mr. and Mrs. W. Michael Rogers Mr. Mark Rohlﬁng Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Rose Mr. Steven M. Rosenthal Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rothwell Ms. Judith C. Ruiz Ms. Stacy Russell Mrs. Dudley H. Sargent Ms. Betsy R. Schenk Mr. Carl Schick and Ms. Johanne Laboy Mr. John Schmelzer Mr. and Mrs. J.W. E. Schwarz Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Shepard Bob and Connie Shertz Mr. Joel R. Skillern and Ms. Marcia D. Lowe Mr. and Mrs. Patrick K. Smith Ms. Nancy B. Sokal Sony Ericsson Ms. Celia Sparger Mr. and Mrs. Wil G. Spears Nives Antolovic-Stanfel and Zeljko Stanfel Ms. Karen E. Stanley
Mr. and Mrs. Valdis K. Stiebris Mr. and Mrs. Douglas R. Stiers Mr. and Mrs. A.K. Stone Cree, Inc. Ms. Cassie Sylvester Ms. Charlotte Tart Mr. Mark Tenney and Ms. Barbara Nowell Mr. and Mrs. Scott D. Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Erik B. Thompson Ms. Barbara A. Tilley Toll Brothers, Inc. Trailblazer Studios Triangle Business Journal Ms. Donna M. Tutor Ms. Debra Tyler-Horton, NC Justice and Community Development Center UNC Hospitals Emergency Department Mr. and Mrs. Chris W. Upson Mr. and Mrs. Stephen M. Ura Agnes and W. L. Van Sant Fund Mr. Eric A. Vernon Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wagoner Shuo Wang and Hua Liu Mr. and Mrs. Brett A. Watkin Mr. Don Watson Ms. Isabelle Webb Mr. Jonathan B. Wiener and Ms. Virginia Young Ms. Elizabeth S. Weinreb Mr. Lloyd L. Weinreb Mr. John H. Wendehorst Mr. Alan J. West Ms. Theresa M. Westfall Mr. and Mrs. Jay White Customers of Wholefoods
Mr. and Mrs. John T. Williams Mr. A. Rexford Willis, Faison & Gillespie Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Wilson Mr. Alan W. Winchester Mr. Jon Mark Worley and Ms. Barbara L. Barrett Mr. Larry Robbins, Wyrick Robbins Yates & Ponton LLP Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wyss Mr. Dean Yeaton
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