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SUCCESS STARTS HERE I M PA CT R E P O RT


LEADERSHIP & STAFF Board Officers Jamie Jacob, Chairman Ajax Paving Reneé Fluker, Founder & President Midnight Golf Program David Gamlin, Vice President & Program Director Midnight Golf Program John Ambrose, Secretary Michigan State University Brent Borio, Treasurer Ernst & Young

Board Members

IMPACT REPORT

Anthony Bologna, Ackerman Ackerman & Dynkowski Brian Brazda Lean Human Capital Thomas W. Chisholm Jr. Entrepreneur

1 Letter from the President & Chairman of the Board 2 By the Numbers 4 A Proven Path to Success 6 Faces of the Program 8 Donor Spotlight 9 Financials

Rodney E. Cole DTE Energy

Harold Curry C.O.S., LLC

Barbara Day Fulton Real Estate Services Byna Elliott Fifth Third Bank David Gasper The Gasper Financial Group UBS Financial Services

10 We Love Our Donors

Kevin Helm PGA of America - Michigan Section

13 Ways to Help

Janet Lee Matson Lee Consulting LaShauna Lowry Ally Financial

Jason Malone I&M Appraisals Trina Scott Quicken Loans Brandon Welling KeyBank Len Wiles BASF

Advisory Board Bill Bazzi Jeff Bergeron Jim Breaugh NZ Bryant Tom Doak Shannon Dulin Blair Evans Byron Foster Brett Gasper Steve Gasper Andrew Humphrey Dawn Jacobs Burt Jordan Bill Keenist, Sr. Dee Dee McKinney Odom Veronica Murff Frank Nesti Denise Page-Hood JoAnne Purtan Dr. Michael Reich Brant Shuman Jim Scoggin Brandon Scott Gerry Seizert Jimmie Settles Claudia Sills Brian Slawnik Carl Spresser Joe Steranka Chuck Stokes Susan Swider Robert Thornton Wayne Wheeler Allen Wronowski

Mentors John Ambrose Jim Breaugh Linda Bridgforth Anita Brown Terri Brown Michele Burton Kimberly Calhoun Winston Coffee Laya Cole Maceo Coleman Delicia Coleman-Morson & Theo Morson Gerrae Cotton Soummer Crawford-Moore Shannon Dulin Dwayne Everson Reneé Fluker David Gamlin Colin Gillis Jeffrey Gisstennar Faustina Green Mack Green Sandra Green Denise Halliburton LaMont Hampton Esther Harris Angelina Jordan Jonathan & Megan King John Littleton Chanelle Manus Kevin Massey Bailey McFadden Clover McFadden Reggie Mills Diane & Joe Moody Makenzie Moss Teri Page Al Pizana David Rankin Constance Reedus Chelssie Robinson Demetrius Scott Derrick Scott Marvel Sims James Smith Willie Smith Cheryl Stafford

Tiera Turner Chinyere Uju-Eke Roy Walters Renee Ward Kim Watkins Devon Watson Terrence White Jeffrey Williams Roger Williams Traci Williams Delyndia Wimberley Jacci Woods Sommer Woods

Staff Members Reneé Fluker Founder & President David Gamlin Vice President & Program Director John Ambrose Education Specialist Marquis Clark Office Manager Winston Coffee College Success Coach & College Liaison Harold Curry Director of Operations Zubin Khan College Success Coach Clover McFadden Communications Director Deja Mostyn, LLMSW Director of Student Support Gabe Neistein, MCD Fund Development Director Cayla Warren College Success Coach Sydney Wilson College Success Coach


A MESSAGE FROM THE FOUNDER/PRESIDENT & CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD Dear Friends,

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nspiring success – in high school, college, career and beyond – is the backbone of our work at the Midnight Golf Program. Last year, we focused on providing even more supports for young people to foster an environment where they can succeed as students and professionals.

Financially: 20 scholarship funds, totaling more than $200,000, assisted students in realizing the dream of college. Our annual Birthday Celebration raised more money than ever for programming with generous corporate and individual support.

Academically:

Socially:

ACT and SAT training courses were added to help students prepare for these challenging assessments. We also expanded resources for college students, including additional touch points from staff, mentors and alumni. We now have four full-time college success coaches.

Partnerships with historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) were further cultivated, with 38 percent of MGP high school graduates attending HBCUs as compared to 9 percent nationwide.

Professionally: The inaugural Rocket Mortgage Classic in Detroit (see page 8) offered students opportunities to volunteer at the sold-out PGA-tour event, work alongside broadcasting legends, network with golf pros and fans, and provided a $225,000 investment in our program.

Reneé Fluker

Founder & President

We are absolutely thrilled with the progress of MGP students and alumni and excited about the growth and stability of our organization. Thank you for being part of our work in making educational and career success possible for so many determined young people.

Jamie Jacob

Chairman of the Board

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BY THE NUMBERS

TROUBLING REALITIES

MGP realizes that many students in Metro Detroit are operating at a disadvantage when it comes to their education. Here are just a few major barriers that students face and where our program intervenes.

ROADBLOCKS GETTING TO COLLEGE Limited Guidance

UNDERPREPAREDNESS

2.7%

80%

63%

732 : 1

32 of 87

of Detroit students* deemed “college-ready,” based on all test subjects.

of Detroit students** completed high school in 2016.

of Detroit students** enrolled in college within 12 months of graduating high school in 2015.

Average student-tocounselor ratio in Michigan schools.

Detroit high schools reported having trained counselors or advisors in 2017.

*ACT **DCAN Data Driven Detroit

ABC 12

GreatSchools.org

COSTS CONTINUE TO RISE SINCE 2008, Annual tuition at 4-year public colleges has risen

36%

economics

DISINVESTMENT IN HIGHER EDUCATION

Rising college costs place a particularly heavy burden on households of color, which often face additional barriers to employment and to better-paying jobs. In 2017, average in-state tuition and fees accounted for at least 20 percent of the median household income for Hispanic families in 22 states and at least 20 percent of the median household income for black families in 33 states.

$30,300* 45%

(Center on Budget and Policy Priorities)

*US News

Detroit’s median household income in 2017.

of Detroit’s young people* lived in poverty in 2017.

90%

of MGP students come from low-to-moderate income families.

In 2018, the State of Michigan spent 16.7% or about $1,600 less per student on higher education than it did in 2008.

*US News

(Center on Budget and Policy Priorities)


Impact Report

MGP'S OUTCOMES COLLEGE PERSISTENCE

30%

of college freshmen† won’t return for their sophomore year.

62%

of undergrads reported feeling “overwhelming anxiety” while in college.

16%

of Detroit students** earned a college degree within 5 years in 2010.

Daunting Debt of Black graduates across all institution types graduated with debt compared to...

(Center on Budget and Policy Priorities)

IN SCHOLARSHIPS

earned in 2019 as a result of MGP’s guidance. A $1,000 increase in a student’s financial aid corresponds to a 9.2% decrease in the likelihood that a student will drop out of college.

98%

70%

38%

PERSISTENCE

CoLLEGE GRADUATION RATE

MGP students enrolled in Historically Black Colleges or Universities (HBCUs) in 2019.

100%

99%

2,750+

HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION RATE

Year 1 to year 2 persistence rate

Total students impacted since 2001

from 1st to 2nd semester for MGP college freshmen in 2018-2019.

**DCAN †Complete College America

85%

$6M

70% ...just under 70 percent of their white peers

1,300+ Check-ins

(average of 5 contacts per student) as part of the College Success Program to track college credits, financial aid and other issues related to freshman year adjustment.

4:1 Student-Mentor Ratio

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A PROVEN PATH TO SUCCESS We are invested in eliminating barriers to success for all of our students. Starting in their senior year of high school, through college graduation and into the workforce, the Midnight Golf Program provides a comprehensive support system and essential resources so students can thrive during this exciting time in their lives.

THE APPLICATION PROCESS

Each year, 1,500 applicants apply for 250 spots; a number that represents 25% of Detroit Public Schools high school seniors.

2 SENIOR YEAR OF HIGH SCHOOL Every MGP student receives a comprehensive support system.

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30 weeks of high-quality life skills training & 400 hours of direct programming

Our mentors volunteer over 390 hours each year (10x the national average) at a 4:1 mentor-to-student ratio

College Success Coaches are assigned to each student to determine a college or university that fits their unique needs and aspirations

Unique experiences and access to community partners: · Annual Road Trip for Success · College Fairs · Community Service Projects


Impact Report

COLLEGE GRADUATION

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70% of MGP students graduate within 6 years – a rate 4-times higher than their peers.

5 CAREER & BEYOND Workforce development opportunities and a Family for Life:

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Networking events 2,750 MGP alumni network worldwide

COLLEGE

Support continues after high school. While pursuing their higher education, MGP students also receive:

Continued & ongoing support, campus visits and check-ins from College Success Coaches

Exclusive financial resources & scholarships

College Care Packages during finals week

Career-readiness experiences: · Peer-led Back to · Career Fairs School Rally · Resume and · Internship job interview opportunities workshops

15% of mentors in 2019 were MGP alumni

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ALUMNI PROFILE:

LIFTING WHILE CLIMBING CHANELLE MANUS HR Policy Specialist, City of Detroit

MGP Class of 2009 Alumna

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hanelle Manus, a 2009 high school graduate, learned many lessons from the Midnight Golf Program that she still carries in her back pocket. From how to keep an open mind, to where to place a name tag, to when to write a thank you note, to how to research colleges, MGP taught her life skills that were not being presented in the public school system. She says, “Midnight Golf is really good for support and giving you the tools that you need to be successful.”

Today she is an HR policy specialist for the City of Detroit, where she writes, conducts research and analyzes policy and will be transitioning to her own law firm - Manus Law - this year. Her future aspirations include working in a professional role for the NBA.

And that success has followed her. In the ten years since high school graduation, Chanelle has focused on education. She earned a bachelor’s degree from Wayne State University; landed an internship with the Detroit Lions media relations department (MGP connections helped to open the door); attained a Juris Doctor degree from Western Michigan University Cooley Law School; and is in her fourth season as an intern with the Detroit Pistons.

Although she hasn’t reached the pinnacle of her career, she is determined to help others.

While studying for the Michigan Bar Exam, she worked three jobs, yet passed the exam last year on her first try. One of the really compelling aspects of Chanelle’s educational journey is that she served as a mentor at Midnight Golf all through law school and while studying for the bar. “Midnight Golf was just one of those things that I could not give up,” says Chanelle.

“It is imperative to lift as we climb”

“It is imperative to lift as we climb,” says Chanelle. “As I'm working to try to make a career for myself, it's important to give back to the Midnight Golf Program youth who are looking to make something of themselves.” The Midnight Golf Program helped Chanelle figure out what she wanted to do, where to go to school, and how to accomplish her goals. “If I can do that for someone else, that brings me satisfaction.” Even today, she relies on a handful of special people she met in Midnight Golf for counsel. “Ms. Reneé, Mr. Ambrose, Mr. Gamlin, Sommer [Woods], and Jason [Malone]. These are people that, if I’m considering a big life choice, I talk to, find out their opinion,” says Chanelle. “It really matters to me what they think.”


Impact Report

MENTOR PROFILE:

BEING FUELED BY YOUNG ENERGY L

ike clockwork, every Tuesday and Thursday Reggie Mills shows up as a Midnight Golf Program mentor for the high school success program. Having been through real-life experiences himself, including raising two daughters and 23 years in recovery, he feels he can talk honestly about both the pitfalls and joys of life, through his own struggles and accomplishments. One of those struggles was in 2016, when Reggie’s late wife was battling cancer. While mentoring and counseling MGP students, he was also on the receiving end, reaping support. “Every student that I dealt with, engaged with in mentoring, called me on a daily basis, sent me cards, words of encouragement, and text messages,” says Reggie. “The program itself kept me motivated throughout the whole year, and when my wife passed, it kept me moving forward.”

“It's amazing how in 32 weeks, you can capture their attention and really engage their enthusiasm to want to achieve more.” That motivation continues today, fueled by watching MGP young people succeed during the program, graduate from high school, and move on to college. “It's amazing to see how in 32 weeks, you can capture their attention and really engage their enthusiasm

to want to achieve more." Reggie is an achiever himself. He works for UAW International as the UAW-Ford Coordinator for the National Employee Support Service Program. He has taken MGP participants to visit some of the Ford facilities to help them understand the manufacturing business in areas like engineering and others that showcase the production process beyond the factory floor. In his sixth year as a mentor, Reggie has touched the lives of many young people. He has a particular bond with Antonio, who is now a sophomore at Michigan State University. They communicate at least twice a month when Antonio is in school and weekly during the summers. Reggie says that they are very close, and he’s proud of Antonio’s determination to be successful and help others: “It’s the background that he comes from and watching him not letting that background be his story,” says Reggie. “He's wanting to create his own story.” Beyond mentoring students like Antonio, Reggie supports MGP financially. Not only does he sponsor events, he also established the Phyllis Mills Gift of Love Scholarship Fund in memory of his wife, who wanted to give back to students going into the medical field. “I can actually see how my donations are creating lifelong journeys,” says Reggie.

REGGIE MILLS

Coordinator National ESSP (EAP), and Well-Being Department, UAW-Ford Mentor 2014-Present

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DONOR PROFILE: QUICKEN LOANS

ENGAGING AT MANY LEVELS W

hen the opportunity arose to participate in the inaugural Rocket Mortgage Classic in Detroit last year, the Midnight Golf Program jumped. Thanks to a fabulous partnership with the team at Rocket Mortgage by Quicken Loans, MGP engaged at multiple levels – including receiving a $225,000 grant as a primary beneficiary.

“Every facet you could possibly be engaged with, they were.” However, the partnership went well beyond the financial support. Students and alumni were offered opportunities of a lifetime, including: • Internships during tournament week • Paid positions with the PGA TOUR LIVE broadcast team • A dinner reception with PGA Tour pro Harold Varner III, one of three African American golfers on the tour • An MGP activation booth in the “Fan Zone"

The unprecedented experience at Detroit’s first-ever PGA TOUR event, held last summer at the historic Detroit Golf Club, allowed young people to gain hands-on experience in event planning, sports and entertainment, and broadcasting. It provided “opportunities for students and alumni of the Midnight Golf Program to look at different career options and see how they intersect with sports,” says Laura Grannemann, vice president of strategic investment at the Quicken Loans Community Fund. The event also provided a platform to meet new partners. PGA Tour Professional and youth advocate Harold Varner III was so impressed with one Midnight Golf student that he asked him to caddy for him the next day of the tournament. To create a deeper impact, beyond the annual classic, Quicken Loans is working with MGP to grow its program and better prepare students and alumni for success in college and beyond. Among these efforts

is a program that would connect students with Quicken Loans team members – 17,000 strong in Detroit – as an added layer of postsecondary support.

“Our goal is to ensure that our talent stays here. Even if you leave, we want you to know that you have something to come back to.” Trina Scott is an MGP Board Member and serves as Quicken Loans’ vice president of diversity and inclusion. She says that one of the strongest links to MGP for Quicken Loans is the cultivation of a future Detroit talent pool. “The Midnight Golf Program offers a pipeline of diverse talent into our Family of Companies” says Trina. “Our goal is to ensure that our talent stays here. Even if you leave, we want you to know that you have something to come back to.” Education and success of Detroit young people is what makes the Midnight Golf Program and Quicken Loans partnership strong. With three years ahead for the Detroit-based Rocket Mortgage Classic, and a foundation being set for mentoring support for MGP college students from Quicken Loans employees, who knows how far across the fairway this partnership will reach.


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AUDITED FYE 8-31-2019

2018-2019 FINANCIALS SUPPORT & REVENUE Contributions & Grants

$1,101,010

Fundraising $844,166 Total Support & Revenue

$1,945,176*

2020

FORECAST

*Additional contributions budgeted for FY 18-19 from the Birthday Celebration Event occurred in FY 19-20 and are not reflected.

EXPENSES Life Skills & Mentoring

$841,517

Road Trip for Success

$314,522

**Making Graduation Possible Program $287,963 Total Program Expenses $1,444,002 Fundraising $377,827 Management & General

$421,950

Total Support Expenses $799,777 Total Expenses ** Newly established program in FY 2019

$2,243,779

Growing our annual budget by 25% in 2020 ensures that our students continue to receive the same high level of support.


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Midnight Golf Program

Empowerment Level Donors

Stanley and Judith Frankel Family Foundation

Russell Family Foundation

Guy Hurley, LLC

Eagles for Children

($100,000 and above)

Melissa and John Hess

Sally Sehn Scholar Award Sehn Foundation

Vera and Joseph Dresner Foundation

Hitachi Metals America, Ltd.

Barbara and Brant Shuman

ReneĂŠ Fluker

The Jamie and Denise Jacob Family Foundation

Paul Hurley

Claudia Sills

David and Melinda Fons

Burt Jordan

Tom Simoncic and Lori Thomas

James Friel

Lionel Jordan and Tommy Longest Scholarship The McGregor Fund Rocket Giving Fund The Skillman Foundation

Life Skills Level Donors ($10,000-$99,999) Anonymous Ajax Paving Industries, Inc. Angelo Iafrate Construction Company AVL Powertrain Engineering

Ruth Ann Jordan Dawn Jacobs and Ted Highberger Dick Jacobs College Scholarships Lear Corporation Kathleen and John Lehmann Linamar Martinrea Metal Industries McLaren Performance Technologies MGM Grand Detroit Michigan Brain and Spine Surgery Center Michigan State University - Midnight Golf Scholarship

BASF

Neapco

Jeff Bergeron

Oakland MRI

Borg Warner

Patricia Palmer

Jim and Lisa Breaugh

Pathways Foundation

Children's Foundation

Pepsi Bottling Group

DENSO International

PGA Michigan Section

DeRoy Testamentary Foundation

PK Contracting

DMC Guild Board of Directors

Ralph L. and Winifred Polk Foundation

DTE Energy Foundation

David Provost

Fifth Third Bank

Quicken Loans Community Fund

Flex-N-Gate

SET Enterprises, Inc.

State Farm Insurance Thompson Educational Foundation Toni Wisne Sabina Foundation V2Soft Inc.

Detroit Manufacturing Systems EY

Steve Gasper Jr. Scholarship Grant, Millman & Johnson, P.C. Greektown Casino Hotel Inspire Brands Foundation, Inc.

Hank Simpson Robert Thornton Andrea and Lawrence Wolfe

College Tour Level Donors ($2,500-$4,999) AAA Michigan Ally Financial Inc. Chrysler African American Network Circle One Inc.

Denise and Jamie Jacob

Comcast Cable

Linda and Andy Jacob

Corrigan Oil Co.

Scholarship Level Donors

Jaffe, Raitt, Heuer & Weiss

Crestmark Bank

Devon Kennard

Louis Cunningham Scholarship Foundation

($5,000-$9,999)

Janet and Bob Lee

Ace Petroleum, Inc.

Linkedin

AIS Construction and Equipment Corp.

Kelly Longest

American Axle & Manufacturing

Walter R. Mills

Women's Sports Foundation

Asphalt Specialists, Inc Lourdes Berkeley Borg Warner Derek Buford C.A. Hull Co. Inc. Cadillac Asphalt, LLC Central Intelligence Agency Connect Detroit Detroit Industrial School Detroit Lions

KeyBank

Michigan CAT Mullick Foundation

Delaco Steel Devon Industrial Group Diversified MFG & Assembley Fortech Products David Gamlin David and Courtney Gasper Incodel Michigan, LLC.

Mostyn Community Foundation MotorCity Casino Ms. ReneĂŠ College Scholarship NFL Players Association and NFL Alumni Scholarship NGK Automotive Ceramics USA, Inc. Overhead Maintenance Solutions Sylvia and George Pevin Foundation Piston Automotive Robert Half International Patricia and Rick Ruffin Sedgwick Levi Stubbs III Taking Off with Passion and Dreams Scholarship TH Holdings Unifrax Vconverter Corporation The Village Club Foundation Vitec

Amin and Tiffany Irving

Walbridge/Devon Industrial Group

Emily and Jason Jacob

Wayne State University

Steven and Katherine Jacob

Neal and Esther Zalenko

Plante Moran

Marjorie and Maxwell Jospey Foundation

ZF TRW Automotive Holdings

Pridgeon & Clay

Joyson Safety Systems

PVS Chemical

Kelly Shea

John and Anne Roberts

Carole Laramie

Veronica Murff NABA, Inc. Detroit Neapco Holdings Chris Peyerk

Karen and Andy Rooke


Impact Report

Mentor Level Donors ($1,000-$2,499)

Cathy and Paul Edwards

Ann and Dave Pytlowany

B.L. Ellis Catering LLC

Maceo Coleman

Reginald Dozier

Charles Fisher

Emily and Michael Reich

Tiana Baker

Theresa Wisk and Jim Collins

Patrick Duerr

Mark and Sally Follett

Debbie and Alon Rosenman

Louie Beaudet

Lauren and Andy Combs

Shannon Dulin

Brett and Sarah Gasper

Stephanie Rousseau

Carolyn and Jim Bellinson

ComePlayDetroit

Alruthus Dulin

Alrig USA Development

Stephanie and Steve Gasper

Gary Corbitt

Liana Easterby

Bert's Market Place

Cordatus Group, Inc.

Quay Edwards

Brenda Altuna

Kelvin and Wilhemenia Greene

Schostak Family Support Foundation

Cheryl Belvins

Alta Equipment Company

Gerald Seizert

Kendra Corman

James English

Cathy and Bob Anthony

Linda Jenkins

Nathaniel Black

Johnson Matthey Inc.

Jamal Simmons

Ronald Blank

COTS

Maximo Felix

Antigua

Peter Jordan

James Smith

Mark Boden

William and Kelly Cox

Rebecca Fellenbaum

The Bahadur Family Foundation

Sue and Alan J. Kaufman

Linda and Alan Spigelman

Clarence Boger

Clay Cprek

First Church Of God

Bank Of America Charitable Foundation

Ron Laing

Cheryl Stafford

Anthony and Katie Bologna

Crain Communication

Benjamin Fisher

Kim and Shawn Stafford

Ed and Nazzareno Borio

David Crandall

Sharde Fleming

Penny and Harold Blumenstein

Lake Trust Credit Union Melissa and Lawrence Lax

Stoneco Of Michigan

Maggie and Brent Borio

Ilene Crane and Gabe Neistein

Reginald Fluker

Julie and Eric Borman

Richard and Valerie Leebove

Tenneco Torongo Engineering Company

Jan and Craig Forhan

Eric Braidwood

Malcolm and Beth Lowenstein

Crawford Financial Consulting, LLC

Joseph Mackey

Walt Disney Company Foundation

Brian Brazda Brooks Wilkins Sharkey & Turco, PLLC Butzel Long Tom Chisholm Jr. Mark Cohn Continental Services

Michigan Paving & Materials Co.

Sandy and Alan Schwartz

Christos S. Burdalas Ian and Marcy Burnstein Barika Butler C&N Party Rentals

Michigan Selected Morticians Association

Leonard Wiles

Jiyan Cadiz Andrew Carey

Milic Family Charitable Fund

Rev. Clarissa Williams Sommer Woods

Carhartt

MSU Executive MBA Alumni Association

Curt and Mary Lou Cramer

Joy and Allan Nachman

Caprice Daly

Benny Napoleon

Deloitte

Orchards Children's Services

Delphi Technologies

Teri Page

Detroit Hispanic Development Corporation

Neleita Patterson

Ace Cutting Equipment & Supply

David Persley

John Ambrose

Plunkett Cooney Attorneys & Counselors At Law

Leslie Andrews

JoAnne Purtan and Eric Gudeman

Avis Ford Inc.

Brian Dondanville and Jane McEnaney

Linda Bridgforth

Wallside Windows

Corning, Inc.

Tom Doak

Lisa Boston

Friendship Level Donors ($200-$999)

Wayne Askew

Sherri and John Carroll Sherri C. Carter & Company, PLLC Justin Cherfoli Alycia Chuney Alandra Chuney Rebba Clark

Dan and Dori Crockett Jonathan Cummings Harold and Dorothy Curry Fred Cusimano Michael Danczak Joanne Danto Tyrone Davenport

Christy and Gary Forhan Paul Forte Tony Foster Linda and Dr. Harold Friedman Mindi Fynke Sharon Gamlin Gamma Lambda Education Foundation

Mark Davidoff and Margie Dunn

Genius Solutions, Inc.

Mary Jo and Chip Dawson

Daniel Gilmer

Victoria and Daniel de Varona John Decerchio Elizabeth Demaret

Colin Gillis Jeffrey Gisstennar Kenneth Gisstennar Tom Goldberg

Winston Coffee

Gary Dembs and the Non-Profit Personnel Network

Marc Cohen

John Devries

Nick Gorga

Rodney and Katora Cole

Kimberley and Jahmal Dokes

Charles and Darrell L. Grace

Jim Clelland

Raggeria Goddard Ashley Goodwin

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Mack Green

Dawn Ison

Adam Lutz

Oak Park Dental PC

Mike Scappaticci

David Turnquist

Sandra Green

Eric Iverson

Richard Lynch

William T. O'Connor

Brian Schneider

UAW Region 1-A CAP

Dan and Illana Greenberg

J.P. Morgan Private Bank

Elizabeth and Edward Mabley

Maggie and Daniel O'Connor

Robert Schnell

UHY Cares Michigan

Joseph Greenwalt

Wendy Jackson

Allison Magliocco

Randy and Diane Orley

Michael Schutt

U-Snap-Bac, Inc.

Terence J. Griffin

Kurt Jacobs

Megan Mahoney

Derrick Scott

Takecia Griffin

Daniel Jenkins

David Maiuri

Hon. Denise Page-Hood and Nicholas Hood

Van Dyke Horn Public Relations

Scott Grinwis

Dave Johnson

John Gumbel

Mark Johnston

Christianne Sims Malone and Jason Malone

GVSU - Charter School Office

Angelina Jordan

Denise and Raymond Haliburton

Scott Kantor

Rainy Hamilton Jr. LaMont Hampton Shaun Hampton Dr. Maurine Handelsman Pamela and David Haron Esther Harris Hartford Memorial Baptist Church Darlene Hawkins Natalie Hazen Kevin and Maureen Helm Scott Henzi Julie Heuser Hope Crossing Hot Sams Quality Clothes Jacqueline Howard Derrick Hudson Jennifer Hunter Petra Hurt Hylant Group Imperial Fresh Markets Inflatable Playspaces LLC

Robert Karras Bruce Kaye Rochelle and Sheldon Kaye Angie Kelly Greg Kevane Hyeonglin Kim Megan and Jonathan King Matt Kives Alisha Knight Laurrie Murphy Knight Susan and John Knight Thomas Kress Marx Layne Jungsun Lee Anne Lehmann Nora Lehmann George Lenyo James and Michelene Lepczyk, D.D.S. Mark Lewis Scott Lindquist John Littleton Tommy Luca

Nancy A. Page Bob Palmer

Daniel and Claudia Malone

Willis Parker

Tim Manning

Brittany Pasha

Chanelle Manus

PepsiCo

Kevin and Olivia Massey

Trina and Samino Scott Paul Selesky Ruth Seltzer Shannon Sherman

Cicely Vaughn Ivana Vettraino Robert Wachler

Marc Siegel

Kim and Mark Wagner Marcie Waldron

Michael Perrin

Paula Simon and Howard Schoenfeld

John Wallick

Maxwell Dunn PLC

Andrew Petcoff

Marvel Sims

Larry Walker

Kirk Mayes

Nicholas Petcoff

Amy and Craig Singer

Amanda Ward

Orlando McDonald

Crystal Phillips

Site Maintenance Group, LLC

Barbara Ward

Jonathon McElway

Alice Pitts

Kaitlin Skwir

Beverly A. Ward

Bailey McFadden

Miriam and Al Pizana

Benjamin Smith

Laya Ward

Clover McFadden

Don Placek

Willie Smith

Terrence White

Gwen McFadden

Mary Poma

Matthew Sosin

Charmaine White

James J. McGraw Jr.

Craig Pratt

Nicholas Sosnowski

Bernell Wiggins

Michigan State University - Office of Admissions

Robert Przybylo

Daniel Soto

Kimberly Wilkes

Daniel Miller

Glenn Pulice and Carole Wrubel

Andre Spivey

Traci Williams

Barbara Miller

Q-Electric

Carl Spresser

Delyndia Wimberley

Diane and Joe Moody

David Rankin

R. Keith Stark

Denise and Mark Winston

Brian Moore

Red Ventures, LLC

Marlowe Stoudamire

Maria Woodruff-Wright

Morgan Stanley

Barb and Paul Richards

Michael Szydlowski

Wright and Company

Moscow Philanthropic Fund

Glenn and Shakyra Rivers

Sheryl Thomas

Dr. Lucia Zamorano

James Motschall

Stuart Robbins

Frank & Ann Curry Thompson

Julie and Rick Zussman

Amy and Howard Neistein

Roofer's Union Local #149

New Prospect Missionary Baptist Church

Eliot Ross

New Solutions Group, LLC.

James Ruthven Mike and Annamarie Savitski

Marilyn Trent Tropical Smoothie CafĂŠ Richard and Leah Trosch Jordan Truesdale Khary Turner


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WAYS TO HELP DONATE DOLLARS Our program relies on the generosity of community members like you. You can mail a check (see back cover for address) or donate online at: midnightgolf.org/give.

SMART WAYS TO GIVE: Gifts of Stock – Contact Harold Curry at hcurry@midnightgolf.org to learn more. The For Project – Did you know you can earn money for MGP when you dine out? When you sign up for The FOR Project, participating restaurants throughout the country will donate 3% of your bill to MGP. $25 will be donated just for signing up! Just follow these three steps: 1. Sign up at theforproject.com & LINK to Midnight Golf. 2. Shop at participating merchants. 3. Merchants GIVE 3% to Midnight Golf. Additionally, FOR gives $25 after your first purchase (for first 1,000 customers).

BECOME A SPONSOR

FUND A SCHOLARSHIP

PROGRAM VISIT & EVENTS

BECOME A MENTOR

Sponsors are needed for individual

Annual scholarships made available

There is no better way to understand

Volunteer mentors are always

students, special events, and our

only to MGP participants give our

how you can impact our young

needed to lend guidance and

Road Trip for Success college tour.

students a hand up as they head off

people than meeting our students

support to our young people.

Title sponsorships offer a chance

to school. Gifts of $1,000 to $100,000

and seeing the program in action.

Volunteer applications are available

to promote your business to an

or more can create a scholarship

Schedule your program visit today

online at:

enthusiastic audience. Apply here:

fund in your name or the name of a

by contacting Gabe Neistein at

loved one.

gneistein@midnightgolf.org.

midnightgolf.org/sponsor Or call: (248) 792-9438

For more information call: (248) 792-9438

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30100 Telegraph Rd. Ste. 404 Bingham Farms, MI 48025 248.792.9438 • midnightgolf.org

We are dedicated to equipping determined young adults through life skills training, proactive coaching, long-term mentoring and the discipline of golf in order to succeed in college, in their careers and beyond.

OUR CORE VALUES Accountability

We take responsibility for all that we commit to accomplish.

Caring

We are concerned and committed to the needs of all.

Respect

We exhibit respect for ourselves and others.

Exposure

We provide critical opportunities to experience people, places and activities vital to youth development.

Integrity

We are honest in our relationships and activities.

Quality

We perform every activity with excellence.

Relevance

We are committed to growing young adults prepared to succeed around the globe.

Empowerment

We provide information and access to skills that equip young people for success.

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