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| 2013 fiscal year

community impact report

inspire science learning for life.

a message for our community

dear friends, Science comes alive at Orlando Science Center. Within these pages, you’ll see just how. Through exhibits, demonstrations, events, camps, and workshops both within and outside our walls, everyone involved with the Orlando Science Center is dedicated to our mission: inspire science learning for life. Fiscal year 2013 was one of great achievement and impact. The Science Center concluded its thirteenth consecutive fiscal year with a surplus. Annual revenue reached $9 million - the second highest it’s been since our current facility opened in 1997. Ever mindful of our past struggles, we are working toward substantial operating reserves to sustain the organization. We currently have an operating reserve of $670,000 and a separate capital reserve of $290,000, which is invested back into our visitor experiences. Our attendance soared to just under 414,000 - the greatest number since our grand opening year in 1997. By fiscal year’s end, our membership base surged to more than 7,600 households - also, the best since our grand opening year. We’ve experienced gains in attendance every year for the past five years, representing an average of 45% overall growth - an amazing number during a time when “flat is the new up.” Plus, the Science Center attained Gold Level LEED Certification, the first nonprofit in Florida and the first existing building in the City of Orlando to achieve that distinction. The enhancements in energy efficiency and alternative energy are already making a huge impact. We are able to demonstrate the importance of environmental sustainability to our visitors and members, while also reducing our carbon footprint and utility costs. Electricity usage has been reduced by 50%, water usage by 84% and gas usage by 67%. We are very proud of these successes. They have made us a stronger resource for our community, but there is so much more work to be done. In fiscal year 2013, 95,000 youth were inspired during field trip visits and offsite programs at schools and community centers. But that pales in comparison to

the scores of students and teachers struggling every day with STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) subjects; and the employers who are desperately seeking qualified workers in STEM industries. Studies show that 80% of what our children learn comes from outside the classroom. Informal learning resources like the Orlando Science Center are vital. Together with academia, government and industry, science centers like ours give youth a fighting chance at success in school; and fuel the possibilities of dynamic careers in tomorrow’s technological workforce. In 1955, a passionate group of volunteers came together to share their love of science by building the Orlando Science Center’s foundation. We continue to honor their legacy 58 years later with everything we do. We extend our sincere appreciation to the many community partners, volunteers, individuals and families that have stepped forward to propel our mission. Together, we make a difference. Together, we make an impact. Together, we inspire science learning for life. In Science,

Stewart Clark Chair, Board of Trustees FY 2012-2013

JoAnn Newman President and CEO

star wars®: where science meets imagination

Presented by

Funded in Part by Orange County Government

The Science Center welcomed blockbuster exhibit Star Wars®: Where Science Meets Imagination for a seven-month engagement that was visited by 92,524 Science Center members and guests. Developed by the Museum of Science, Boston in collaboration with

Lucasfilm Ltd. and presented by Bose Corporation©, the 10,000 squarefoot exhibit explored the fantasy technologies depicted in the Star Wars films, as well as the real science behind them and the current research that may someday lead to real-life versions of the technologies seen in the film series.

corrosion: the silenT menace

Corrosion: The Silent Menace exhibit opened in March 2013, and explores the natural phenomena that lead to corrosion and material degradation. The exhibit also features hands-on activities to inspire the next generation of corrosion engineers.

Presented by the U.S. Department of Defense Corrosion Policy and Oversight Office and the University of Akron, the exhibit features narration by actor LeVar Burton (Star Trek: The Next Generation, Roots, Reading Rainbow), and showcases 3D Mapping technology to visualize corrosion, interactive

X-Box Kinect game play, corrosion engineering career exploration, and even scientific investigation of real NASA artifacts. The exhibit is on display at Orlando Science Center through spring 2014.

Presented by

OTRONICON

Funded in Part by Orange County Government

Otronicon celebrated its 8th year in 2013 with more than 7,800 attendees and more than 20 participating industry partners, who joined the Science Center to celebrate the role interactive technology plays in the way we live, learn, work and play. This year’s Otronicon showcased the

latest technologies from multiple industries including military and medical simulation, video games, and digital media. Not only did guests get to interact with incredible and emerging technologies, but they also had the opportunity to explore STEM careers through workshops

and panels led by industry professionals.

digital adventure theater: A National Geographic Experience

The 226-seat, Digital Adventure Theater: A National Geographic Experience was renovated and debuted in December 2012 to feature 3D digital film content. Guests now experience cuttingedge 3D technology every day with the theater’s educational documentaries and Hollywood

features. Films are presented in stunning, immersive 3D and ultrahigh definition 4k resolution. In May 2013, the Orlando Science Center partnered with National Geographic Cinema Ventures, allowing the Science Center a first look at films in development and

access to one of the world’s largest giant-screen film libraries that includes award-winning films in 2D and 3D digital formats. Orlando Science Center is the premiere location for National Geographic films with exclusivity in Central Florida.

ORLANDO SCIENCE CENTER PRESCHOOL

“My son was excited to attend preschool and to learn. The socialization skills and wonder for learning was awesome. We were very impressed with the whole experience for our son.�

With a curriculum based on the standards of the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) and the Florida Department of Education, the Orlando Science Center Preschool provides a world-class learning facility and environment that identifies and meets individual

learning styles, while stimulating progression in science, math, literacy, music, art, and motor development. DCF License: C09OR0729

EDUCATION

summer camps More than 2,000 children from preschool to 9th grade attended Science Center summer camps.

school field trips 54,084 students visited the Science Center on a school field trip.

offsite programs 40,988 students engaged in the Science Center’s educational offsite programs.

STEM INITIATIVES

DESTINATION STEM

50 Memorial Middle School students participated in a 20-week, afterschool workshop program focused on STEM disciplines and career opportunities in engineering and modeling/simulation. Student tests scores improved by almost 35% at the end of the program. Funding provided by AT&T Foundation.

STEM Starts Here

Science matters to our future! Not every student is going to become a scientist but all students need a basic foundation in science and math to be better able to function in our increasingly complex society.

Orlando Science Center Science Literacy Program

Through in-school and after school workshops, 1,068 students and teachers benefited from science career exploration, student enrichment, and teacher professional development. Funding provided by CHASE.

science matters to our future!

STEM INITIATIVES

OUC A.W.E.S.O.M.E. Project

These in-class workshops reach every 5th grade student in OUC’s coverage area. Annually, 8,000 students are engaged in the program’s learning activities in the areas of renewable energy and water conservation. Funding provided by Orlando Utilities Commission.

STEM FIELD TRIPS

GROW HEALTHY

Grow Healthy creates healthier communities by teaching students and families about healthy cooking, nutrition, and encouraging them to take control of wellness. Results from program pre- and posttests show nearly 20% gains in knowledge and 95% of students reporting positive attitudes toward nutrition. Funding provided by Walmart Foundation.

Students in grades K-8 participated in the Science Center’s STEM Field Trips. Featuring in-depth design challenges based on fundamental engineering principles, more than 2,900 students engaged in various challenges during a hands-on Discovery Lab and facilitated exhibit experiences. Funding for many STEM Field Trips provided by Siemens.

“The best part is that students get to experiment with new equipment they aren’t familiar with. The handson experience is great for them to understand the concept.” – Teacher, Evans High School

SCIENCE FOR ALL

community request fund

family memberships

camp scholarships

More than 70,000 children and families benefited from the Community Request Fund, which provides scholarships for free or reduced price Science Center experiences.

Our pilot program for Science for All Family Memberships granted more than 120 significantly discounted family memberships to local families facing financial hardship.

The Science Center awarded more than $5,000 in full and partial camp scholarships to ensure children and youth, whose families expressed significant need, were still able to experience a safe, fun, and captivating camp experience at the Science Center.

ORLANDO SCIENCE CENTER MEMBERSHIP

“We joined the Science Center because my son is very active and I want a fun, safe environment where he can learn while playing. Plus, it’s like making him eat green vegetables without the complaints!”

29,000 members representing 7,600 families!

special events

Orlando Science Center’s special events continue to raise funds and awareness through the generosity of corporate and individual donors. In fiscal 2013, Science Center special events garnered more than $314,345 in support of our mission to inspire science learning for life.

science night live

Launched in summer 2013, Science Night Live is a fun night out for adults (21+) to enjoy all that the Science Center offers. More than 500 guests attended the first event and explored the Crosby Observatory; engaged in hands-on science demonstrations; viewed a 3D film; were fascinated by a special guest lecturer; played in the

traveling and permanent exhibits; and enjoyed special culinary delights and adult beverages.

volunteers

Orlando Science Center volunteers range in age from 13 to 90 and bring with them their life experience, passion for science and enthusiasm for volunteering.

2012/2013 stats 1,019 volunteers l 38,141 volunteer hours l

BOARD OF TRUSTEES Executive Committee Stewart Clark, Chair Discovery Cove Scott Wilson, Vice Chair McGladrey John Slot, Treasurer North Highland Michel Champagne, Secretary Bright House Networks Renato Barbon, Immediate Past Chairman Darden Restaurants Samual A. Miller, Board Counsel Akerman Oscar Anderson, Chair - Advocacy Southern Strategy Group Dennis M. Lind, PE, Chair - Development Walt Disney Parks and Resorts Terry Torres, Chair - Board Governance Orlando Utilities Commission Robert Finfrock, At Large Finfrock Industries Cheryl Lester, At Large Walmart

Trustees Patrick Aliu PSA Constructors, Inc. Waymon Armstrong ECS Carlos Barrios Baker Barrios Architects Sara Brady Sara Brady Public Relations, Inc. Steve Brown DeVry University

Jeff Buhler Massey Services Min Cho, Esq. Holland & Knight Mike Furey Universal Parks & Resorts Douglas E. Gearity, M.D. The Women’s Center of Orlando Christopher Gillman Duke Energy Michael Harding Retired - Deloitte & Touche LLP Gaby N. Hawat, Ph.D. Valencia College Daryl Holt EA Sports Core Operations Leslie D. Kramer, Ph.D. PE Advanced Materials Professional Services, LLC Karen Lane Siemens Wind Power Nabil May Regions Bank Mansooreh Mollaghasemi, Ph.D. Productivity Apex, Inc. Stan Patterson Prosthetic Orthotic Associates Gretchen Penton Orlando Health Jeffrey S. Pridmore Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control Brig. General Stephen M. Seay (U.S. Army, Ret) Seay Business Solutions Brian Shields WFTV Channel 9 Richard D. Signer, M.D. Florida Hospital for Children

Debbie Totten Starwood Vacation Ownership Nelson Ying Jr. China Pavilion Operating Corporation Ex Officio Lonnie Bell Orange County Family Services Joie Cadle Orange County Public Schools Jacki Churchill Greater Orlando Aviation Authority Marcia Hope Goodwin City of Orlando Cindy Lou Hartig Osceola County Public Schools Captain Steve Nakagawa NAWCTSD Honorary Trustees The Honorable Dean Cannon, Esq. House of Representatives, Florida The Honorable Lydia Gardner* Orange County Steve Goldman S. James Gates, Jr., Ph. D. University of Maryland M.J. Soileau, Ph. D. University of Central Florida Nelson Ying, Sr., Ph. D. China Pavilion Operating Corporation

*Deceased.

financials TOTAL PUBLIC SUPPORT $996,380 | 11%

TOTAL EARNED REVENUES TOTAL PRIVATE SUPPORT

$5,287,658 | 59%

$2,681,591 | 30%

WHERE OUR SUPPORT COMES FROM

contributed materials & svc $1,026,634 | 12%

MANAGEMENT & GENERAL $758,846 | 9%

PROGRAMMING EXPENSES $5,153,207 | 61%

FUNDRAISING EXPENSES $409,797 | 5%

physical plant costs $1,079,650 | 13%

WHERE OUR support goes

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413,761

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95,997

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348,657

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FY2010

FY2011

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orlando science center annual donors DaVinci

($100,000.00 to $500,000.00) City of Orlando Orange County Orange County Arts & Cultural Affairs Orlando Utilities Commission  United Arts of Central Florida United States Federal Government  

Galileo

($50,000.00 to $99,999.00) CHASE Estate of Betty Houseman   Lockheed Martin  Duke Energy   Walmart Foundation Dr. Nelson Ying, Sr. State of Florida

Einstein

($10,000.00 to $49,999.00) A Friends’ Foundation  Akerman   AT&T Florida  Bank of America  Bright House Networks  Chesley G. Magruder Foundation  Electronic Arts-Tiburon   Florida Hospital for Children  Florida Space Grant Consortium   Mr. & Mrs. Robert Irvine  Knight Enterprises   Mrs.  Harriett Lake   Margaret A. Cargill Foundation Northrop Grumman Laser Systems  Publix Super Markets Charities  BG  Stephen M. Seay   Siemens Energy, Inc.   TCS Communications, LLC   UCF Research & Commercialization   Universal Orlando Foundation WFTV Channel 9

Curie

($5,000.00 to $9,999.00) Central Florida Cable Communications   Darden Restaurants

EMCOR Services MSI   Engineering & Computer Simulations, Inc. (ECS)  Finfrock Industries   Florida High Tech Corridor Council Florida Interactive Entertainment Academy   General Utility Construction   Groupware International Inc.   Terri and Michael Harding  Jaguar Technologies, Inc.   Kablelink Communications   Gene and Amy Lee Fund at the Community Foundation of Greatest Atlanta Macy’s  Massey Services, Inc.  The North Highland Company   SeaWorld Parks and Resorts Orlando  SLR Communications, Inc.   Starwood Vacation Ownership   Charles P. and Lynn L. Steinmetz Foundation in memory of Amy Ginson Structured Broadband Service, LLC   Track Shack Foundation   UCF Institute for Simulation & Training   UCF Office of Engineering & Computer Science   The Walt Disney Company Foundation   Mr.  Scott H. Wilson   The Women’s Center of Orlando  

Leakey

($2,500.00 to $4,999.00) Dr. Les and Mrs. Lynn Kramer in memory of Adlyne and Myron Kramer and Samual Kraighman  Advanced.1, LP   Aurora Networks   Mr. and Mrs. Philip Bernhardt  Sara Brady Public Relations Central Florida Press   Cisco Systems, Inc.   Ms. Rosa Fernandez   Mr. and Mrs. John Fournier  Dr. & Mrs. Douglas Gearity   Ms. Wendy Jackson  Jones NCTI   Dr. Mansooreh Mollaghasemi  Morrison Commercial Real Estate   Rich and JoAnn Newman   Ms. Catherine Ni  Noble Resources Corporation   PPC-OnLine  

Regions Bank   SunTrust Bank, Central Florida   The Thomas Family Foundation   United States Infrastructure Corporation   Universal Orlando Walt Disney World Resort

Carver

($1,000.00 to $2,499.00) Ms. Melissa Adams   Advanced Digital Broadcast Cable, Inc.   Alpha Technologies   Arris Solutions Inc.   ATX Networks   Renato and Cory Barbon  Lyn and David Berelsman  Ms. Shirley Bias   Bill2Pay   Russell and Mary Ellen Boice  The Bond Foundation  Mr. Martin Scott Brown   Mr. & Mrs. Steve Bryan  Dr. Andy and Verna Buchs  Jeff and Faith Buhler   Mr. & Mrs. Michel Champagne  Min and Shannon Cho   Kelly and Stewart Clark   Mr. Guy Colado  Mr. Ian Cole Garber/Collins Charitable Gift Fund Comsonics   Concurrent   Corning Cable Systems   Fred and Gayle Curtis   DAC BOND  Data Tech, Inc.   DeVry University   Diversified Control, Inc.   Don Reid Ford   EDI of Central Florida   Mr. & Mrs. Ted Eidson  Eidson Insurance, A Marsh & McLennan Agency   Mrs. Linda Ferrone  Fiserv   Florida Academy of Sciences   Florida Business Interiors   Florida Cable Contractors   Joy and Richard Fox  Fresh Point  

Mr. David Grimm   Harmonic, Inc.   Betty and Paul Hoyer  Valerie and Eddie Insignares  Kenneth H. Kraft Memorial Fund  Kiwanis Club of Orlando   KPMG, LLP   Holly Kreisler Casteel | Murphy Family Foundation Ms. Eva Krzewinski   Jim and Kara Lawrence   Tim Leiwig   Karen and Dennis Lind   Lopdrup Family Fund McGladrey, Inc.   Mears Transportation Group   Metro Orlando EDC   Galen Miller - Ruth McCormack Tankersley Trust in memory of Tiffany Tankersley  Morgan Stanley Smith Barney   Motorola   N-Space, Inc.   The Nassal Company   National Center for Simulation   The Dick and Mary Nunis Charitable Gift Fund Oakstone Philanthropy Orr Protection Systems Inc.   Osceola County School Board  Mr. Stan Patterson   Mr. & Mrs.  Benjamin Patz   PCT International, Inc.   Pennington & Associates Inc.   Mr. Scot Post   Power Telephone and Supply   PowerCore Communications, Inc.   Retired Employees Assocation of Lockheed Martin   Robert Roll   RR Donnelley   RWL Communications, Inc.   Dauri Sandison   Sather Construction Inc.   Ms. Linda Sawyer   Mr. James Seay   Tony Shepherd   Mr. Len Simard   Mrs. Elizabeth Allen Sterchi  Tupperware Brands Corporation  Venture Photography  Robert and Shirley Waggoner  Dr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Warren   Bill White  

orlando science center annual donors W.H.W.W. Orlando Science Center Fund Wilson Cable Communications Co.   Ying Family Foundation Young’s Communications Co., Inc.   ZeroChaos Anonymous

Discover

($500.00 to $999.00) Richard and Karen Abramowski   Mr. & Mrs. Patrick Aliu  Antronix   Jeanette Apelado   Armstrong Utilities Contractor   Greg Bales   Mr. Robert Belmont   Mr. Steve Brown   Ms. Karen Butera   Cable Connections   Ms. Kimberle Carpenter   Channell Commercial   Communications Support Network   Laura Cosgrove   Sean Demartino   Mr. William Demuth   Digicomm International, Inc.   Ms. Anna Duenas   The Fishel Company   Rosemary Gates   Luddy and Lynda Goetz  Mr. Brian Gruidl   Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company   Vicki Jaramillo   Joyner Cable Communications   Luke and Chloe Kang   Zachary Kauffman   The Kent Foundation  Tim Kotnour   Mrs. Karen Lane   Mr. & Mrs. Jeremy Lanman   Mara and Harvey Levitt   Dawn Luttrell   Francille MacFarland, M.D. MaryAnn Magee   Janet Mercer   Mr. & Mrs. Lynne Michler   Multilink   Mr.  Michael C. Orlovsky   PDQ Cable Construction Inc.   Phyken Media Inc.  

Tom and Teresa Quinn Fund   Mary Beth Riccaboni - in memory of Richard Longley Catherine Roth   Sarah Ruggieri   Mr. Dave Santi   Briggs and Victoria Sellers   Rupe and Lisa Sidhu   Mr. William J. Slot Jr.   Ms. Peggy Smith-Herbst   Betsy Suarez   TOA Technologies   Ray Toot   Mr. Thomas Tschopp   Ms. Eva Tukdarian   ViewTEQ Corp.   Leslie Walden   Reverend Robbi Walker and Mr. William Walker   Mr. Richard Wertsching   Thersa and Tim Willings   Kathy and Jon Yergler   ZeeGee Games Anonymous (2)

Explore

($250.00 to $499.00) Mr. Julian Anderson  Wendy Anderson and Nelson Gonzalez Waymon and Frances Armstrong Mr. Tom Bacchus   Mr. Victor Baillargeon   Cathy and Carlos Barrios   Nick Blackwell   Ms. Victoria Bone   Jerry Bower   Carla Bray   Mr. Dave Casey  Mr. Michael G. Church   Cirque du Soleil Global Citizenship Department Dr. & Mrs. Delos R. Clift   Mr. Gary De Vane Karen Dean   Mr. Norbert E. Dean   Susan and Mark DiDea - in memory of H. George Hamilton   Mr. & Mrs. Dover   Walter and Edwina Driggers  Mr. & Mrs. Allen Edelberg  Neil Euliano   Mr. & Mrs. Bill Finfrock   Mr.  Clay Frankel  

Barbara and Richard Fulton   Margaret Giacalone   Freddi and Jim Goodrich   Dr. Scott Greenwood and Dr. Pamela FreemanGreenwood  Donald and Stacy Hale   Robert L. Hamilton Esq. Steve and Frawn Helsel   John and Martha Hitt   Mr. & Mrs. Dustin Houck   Information Technology Data Solutions, Inc.   Mr. Byron Knipps   Lance Koenig   Ms. Laura Kroupa   Ms. Kathy Kwan   Darrell Lane   Mr. & Mrs. Charles Lee   Mr. & Mrs. Fred Leissing   Ms. Cheryl Lester   Dr. Mitch and Swantje Levin   Mrs. Kathy Lopus   Michael Magee   Dan Mannheim and Rose Marie Yarbrough Mr. Cliff Nance   Matt and Lauren Nelson Orlando Dental & Implant Studio Borron and Beppy Owen   Mr. & Mrs. Jeff Pridmore   Tina and Christopher Regan   Ms. Mary Richmond   Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Sacco   Dr. Richard and Helaine Signer   Jeff and Loren Stanford  Jim and Ginny Stuart   Ms. Tillie Venus  Mr. Lance Walker  Chuck Waryk   Ms. Laura White   Ms. Katherine Widerborg   Dr. & Mrs. James W. Williamson   Mr. Bob Wydra Anonymous (2)

Inspire Science SOCIETY Multi-year Annual Giving: $1,000 or more. Ms. Melissa Adams Mr. M. Scott Brown Mr. Steve Bryan Mr. Guy Colado Mr. Ian Cole

Mr. Fred Curtis Ms. Linda Ferrone Mr. Michael Harding Mr. Dennis Lind Mrs. JoAnn Newman Mr. Stan Patterson Mr. Benjamin Patz Mr. Tony Shepherd Ms. Sherry Soloff

MEDALLION SOCIETY

Cumulative Giving: $1,000,000 or more. Bright House Networks City of Orlando Charles & Lynn Steinmetz Foundation Darden Restaurants Foundation Dr. P. Phillips Foundation Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation Florida Department of Education Florida Division of Cultural Affairs Florida Hospital Harcourt School Publishers Institute for Museum and Library Services Jack Holloway Foundation Kresge Foundation Lockheed Martin Martin Andersen-Gracia Andersen Foundation Orange County Orange County Arts and Cultural Affairs Orange County Public Schools Orlando Utilities Commission Seminole County Seminole County Public Schools State of Florida The Strates Shows, Inc. Walt Disney Company Foundation United Arts of Central Florida

LEGACY SOCIETY Estate of Betty Houseman

Donor recognition reflects gifts received July 1, 2012 through June 30, 2013. Orlando Science Center sincerely appreciates the support from all donors. We regret any omissions or errors, and welcome any corrections for future publication.

UNITED ARTS donors RECOGNITION 2013 United Arts of Central Florida is a dynamic collaboration of individuals, corporations, foundations, school districts, local arts and cultural organizations and artists. Our mission is to enrich communities by investing in art, science and history. We serve arts, sciences, history and other cultural providers benefiting Central Florida residents and visitors. We do this by raising and distributing funds for arts and cultural institutions and by providing management, administrative and advisory services.

Board of Trustees City of Orlando The Honorable Buddy Dyer Darden Restaurants, Inc. Bob McAdam Elizabeth Morse Genius Foundation, Inc. Florida Blue Tony Jenkins The Martin Andersen- Gracia Andersen Foundation Thomas P. Warlow III Orange County, Florida The Honorable Tiffany Moore Russell Orange County Public Schools Dr. Barbara M. Jenkins Seminole County, Florida The Honorable John Horan University of Central Florida Dr. John C. Hitt Walt Disney World Resort Jill Estorino

Corporate and Government Donors Premier Partners ($250,000+) City of Orlando and Employees Darden Restaurants, Inc., Darden Restaurants, Inc. Foundation and Employees Orange County, Florida and Employees Orange County Public Schools and Employees Partners ($175,000 - $249,999)

University of Central Florida Trustees ($100,000 - $174,999) Florida Blue Seminole County, Florida Walt Disney World Resort Associate Trustees ($50,000 - $99,999) Bank of America Greater Orlando Aviation Authority Lockheed Martin and Employees Orlando Magic and Employees Chairman’s Circle ($25,000 - $49,999) Lowndes, Drosdick, Doster, Kantor & Reed, P.A. and Employees Massey Services Inc. and Employees North Highland Orlando Utilities Commission (OUC) and Employees The PNC Financial Services Group State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs and the Florida Council on Arts and Culture Wells Fargo and Employees President’s Circle ($10,000 - $24,999) A. Brian Phillips, P.A. AAA National Office and Employees Baker & Hostetler LLP and Employees City of Winter Park Orlando Health Platinum Circle ($7,500 - $9,999) Akerman Senterfitt and Employees Dean, Mead, Egerton, Bloodworth, Capouano & Bozarth, P.A. Employees Duke Energy and Employees Foley & Lardner Employees Holland & Knight, LLP Employees Gold Circle ($5,000 - $7,499) Electronic Arts Millenium Management Corporation - Laraine and Phil Frahm Orlando Science Center Employees Rollins College and Bach Festival Society Employees

United Arts Donor Recognition – 2

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Since our founding in 1989, and through the generosity of our donors, United Arts has inves in local organizations and cultural education, and through them, the diverse and energetic co Florida. We are deeply grateful to all of our donors and community partners for their investm SeaWorld Parks and Resorts Orlando creativity and service to our community. SunTrust Bank, Central Florida and Employees

Individual and Foundation Donors

Silver Circle ($2,500 - $4,999) Advanced Materials Professional Services LLC Dr. Les Partners ($175,000 - $249,999) and Mrs. Lynn Kramer in memory of Adlyne and Elizabeth Morse Genius Foundation Inc. Myron Kramer and Samuel Kraighman City of Orlando The Martin AndersenAmazon Hose & Rubber Company The Honorable Buddy Dyer Gracia Andersen Foundation Trustees ($100,000 - $174,999) Arts and Cultural Alliance of Central Florida Thomas P. Warlow III The Bryce L. West Foundation The Martin AndersenDarden Restaurants, Inc. Employees GraciaOrange Andersen Foundation Baker Barrios Architects Bob McAdam County, Florida Carlton Fields, P.A. and Employees The Honorable Tiffany Moore Russell Elizabeth Morse Genius Foundation, Inc. Associate Trustees ($50,000 - $99,999) Cirque du Soleil Global Citizenship Department Orange County Public Schools 1 Anonymous Donor CliftonLarsonAllen Employees Florida Blue Dr. Barbara M. Jenkins DAC Bond Tony Jenkins Chairman’s Circle ($25,000 - $49,999) Florida Theatrical Association A Friend’s Foundation Holiday Inn Club Vacations Lyn and David Berelsman Mateer & Harbert, P.A. Employees Rita and John Lowndes United Arts of Central Florida Employees Ken and Trisha Margeson Harvey and Carol Massey Bronze Circle ($1,000 - $2,499) Premier Partners ($250,000+) PNC Financial Services Group Annette P. The Neel ABC Fine Wine & Spirits State of Florida, Department of State, Division CityChildren of Orlando and Employees Frank Santos and Dan Dantin Arnold Palmer Hospital for - Sports of Cultural Affairs and the Florida Council on Darden Restaurants, Inc., Valerie and Jim Shapiro Medicine ArtsDonor and Culture 1 Anonymous Darden Restaurants, Inc. Centerplate Wells Fargo and Employees Colonial Photo & Hobby Inc.Foundation and Employees Commerce National BankOrange & Trust County, Florida and Employees President’s Circle ($10,000 - $24,999) Circle ($10,000 - $24,999) David and President’s Judy Albertson Cross, Fernandez & Riley,Orange LLP and Employees County Public Schools and Employees JacquelineA.L.Brian Bradley andP.A. Clarence Otis Jr. Phillips, Duke Realty Corporation M. Elizabeth Brothers For Art Group Partners ($175,000 - $249,999) AAA National Office and Employees Whit and Martha Cotten LLP and Employees Hometown Entertainment Baker & Hostetler University of Central Florida The Dick and Nunis Jill S. Schwartz & Associates, P.A. CityMary of Winter ParkCharitable Gift Fund Ava and Art Doppelt Odd-o-Ts’ Entertainment Trustees in honor($100,000 of all those that Orlando Health - $174,999) Paula and Buddy Eidel and Family keep us performing Florida Blue Michael Elsberry Sally Blackmun Orange Appeal Platinumand Circle ($7,500 - $9,999) Seminole County, Florida Laraine and Phil Frahm Pineloch Management Corporation Akerman Senterfitt and Walt Disney World Resort Gene and Amy Lee Fund at theEmployees Community Premier Events of Distinction Dean, Mead, Egerton, Bloodworth, Capouano Foundation of Greater Atlanta Premiere Show Group & Bozarth, P.A. Employees Insignares Silver Bullet Tech Pros Inc.Associate Trustees ($50,000 - $99,999)Valerie and Eddie Duke Energy and Employees John and Carolyn Martin Bank of America Smart City Foley & Lardner Employees Bob McAdam Greater Orlando Aviation Authority Valencia Community College Holland Knight, LLP Employees Kenneth and Ann&Hicks Murrah Visit Orlando Employees Lockheed Martin and Employees Oakstone Philanthropy Walgreen Co. Orlando Magic and Employees Gold Circle ($5,000 - $7,499) Dr. Mary Palmer Watauga Group PhillipsArts Electronic Chairman’s Circle ($25,000 - $49,999) Mr. A. Brian Publix Super Markets CharitiesCorporation - Laraine Gifts as of July 31, 2013 Millenium Management

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Corporate and Government Donors

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UNITED ARTS donors RECOGNITION 2013 Helen C. Routhier John and Audrey Ruggieri David Sutton and Paula Shives Kathryn Chicone Ustler Dr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Warren 3 Anonymous Donors Platinum Circle ($7,500 - $9,999) Janet Donahue Harriett Lake Dave Pickens Robert and Shirley Waggoner Tom and Penny Yochum Gold Circle ($5,000 - $7,499) John W. and Linda Cone Allen Dr. Andy and Verna Buchs Charles P. and Lynn L. Steinmetz Family Foundation in memory of Amy Ginson Clifford and LaVonne Graese Foundation Val and Paul Collins Steven W. Cook Edwin G. Dantin Jr. Terry Dola Robert and Tricia Earl Edward and Helen Layman Family Fund Elaine Berol Taylor & Scott Bevan Taylor Foundation Carol Stanley Fenner Siegmund I. and Marilyn Goldman in honor of Steve Goldman and Julie Goldman Klein Samir S. Gupte Terri and Michael Harding Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Herzog Joe R. Lee Family Foundation Inc. Michael J. and Aimee Rusinko Kakos Pat and Audrey Knipe Dr. Mitch and Swantje Levin Mr. Alex and The Hon. Cynthia Mackinnon Mr. and Mrs. Lester Mandell Joyce and John McLeod Galen Miller - Ruth McCormack Tankersley Trust in memory of Tiffany Tankersley Blair and Diane Murphy Daisy Ng Rosemary O’Shea Borron and Beppy Owen Jo-El Quinlan and Robert Bottelli The Rev. and Mrs. Eric Ravndal III Mr. and Mrs. Brad Richmond John and Margaret Sanders Salli and Greg Setta Rupe and Lisa Sidhu Bosco R. and Beverly J. Slaughter Blaine and Rebecca Sweatt Chris Takashima Philip and Sigrid Tiedtke Wayne and Dr. Robin Roberts Donor Advised Fund of

the Community Foundation of Central Florida William Newkirk and Cheryl Tschanz Family Foundation Robert B. White Jr. Scott H. Wilson Bill and Suzy Wilson Ying Family Foundation Anonymous in memory of Lois Slung 2 Anonymous Donors Silver Circle ($2,500 - $4,999) P. Andy and Autumn Ames in memory of John M. Tiedtke John and Lee Benz Joe and Carol Bert Carol-Lynn and Frank Bevc Jeanne Miles Blackburn Matt and Alana Brenner Ms. Stewart H. Brown J.J. and Erin Buettgen Laurie Burns Steven P. Clawson Carol and Ted Conner Stanley J. Cording Candice J. Crawford Ann and Carl Croft Dr. Ronald and Nancy Davis Jeffrey and Jennifer Decker Seline and Leonard Dreifus Judith M. Duda Dr. Jay and Randye Falk George S. Fender in honor of American Military Forces Randolph and Susan Fields David George Luddy and Lynda Goetz Freddi and Jim Goodrich Kathryn and Bud Grammer Shirley and Jack Guignard Brian Henties in honor of Maile Miller Elizabeth S. Hinchliff Katherine Ho and Joey Sacco Bill and Donna Hoffman Allen and Dana Irwin Nancy C. Jacobson and James R. Lussier Hugh and Caroline James Norma and Bernard Kaplan Marc and Henrietta Katzen M. Virginia Klaasen Dr. Leslie Kramer Dr. Susan Cohn Lackman and Dr. Richard D. Knapp Jim and Kara Laurence Mara and Harvey Levitt Judy and Tony Lutkus Francille MacFarland, M.D. Paula and Michael Manchester Martha Ellen Tye Foundation - Steven Tye

Robin H. Murphy Beth and Jack Nagle John Parker and Deede Sharpe Carrie and Ron Patterson Mrs. Gale Petronis Albert and Lisa Prast Jim and Alexis Pugh Quigley-Kiene Christopher and Carol Ranck Richard and DJ Shantz Fund Rita and Jeffrey Adler Foundation Phoebe and Eliot Rosewater Corrine K. Roy Maria M. Rubin Richard Russell and Thomas Ouellette Teresa Sebastian Jean E. Siegfried Drs. John and Gail Sinclair Drs. David Smuckler and Maxine Tabas Elizabeth Allen Sterchi Dr. Robert F. and Mrs. Martha S. Stonerock Jr. Ms. Paula Stuart Tom and Teresa Quinn Fund Cynthia Tomlinson Nancy and Egerton van den Berg Lynda Walker and Marc Allaire Harold and Libby Ward Patricia L. White Alan Whittaker Theresa and Tim Willings Gayle Wirtz Leighton and Phyllis Yates Heidi, Lee and Jake Zerivitz in honor of Lily, Dierdre Miles Burger and Robert Hill Dr. Armand and Alison Zilioli Bronze Circle ($1,000 - $2,499) Matthew and Rebecca Ahearn Kurt L. Anderson George and Leslie Andreae Gordon and Susan Arkin Grateful For The Anonymous Donor Kim Ashby in memory of Bob and Katy Ashby Maria-Elena Augustin Nancy Austin David B. Baer Renato and Cory Barbon Frank and Daryl Barker Beth Barnes and John Crocitto Andrea and Dick Batchelor Donna Mirus Bates Kurtis T. Bauerle Beck Family Foundation Rocky and Cissy Bergman Susan Fox Beversluis Shirley D. Bias Ann and Derek Blakeslee Carolyn Blice

Darryl M. Bloodworth Albert and Cheryl Bogdanowitsch Harold Bogert Russell and Mary Ellen Boice Clancey and Susan Bounds Scott Bowman and Luis Hernandez Jackie Bozzuto and Christopher Fountas Connie and Roy Brand Berl Brechner Mr. N. Howard Britt Jeff and Faith Buhler Robert and Louise Buhrmann Christina E. Buntin Sandra Carbone Holly Kreisler Casteel and Murphy Family Foundation Christopher Chang Donna Check O’Ann and Pat Christiansen Debbie Clements Dr. and Mrs. Delos Clift Drs. Jeff Cohen and Luci Belnick Beryl and Trevor Colbourn Teresa and Jay Colling Susan M. Connelly Robert and Athalia Cope The Cordell Family Dr. Chris Crotty and Ms. Janie Brownlee Susan M. Curran Fred and Gayle Curtis Alan and Susan Davis Horace and Mildred Dawson in honor of Lula Cole Dawson Francie and Wayne Dear William T. Demuth Duncan and Lael Dewahl Patricia DeYoung Frank J. Doherty Bruce Douglas Donna Dowless Kristy Doyle and Bob Turner Donna Dozier-Gordon Mrs. Buell G. Duncan Jr. in memory of Buell G. Duncan Jr. Sonia Durrance Eckett Oden Charitable Foundation Patricia R. Edwards in memory of Stanley Fenner Commissioner Ted B. Edwards Charles and Karen Egerton Andrea Eliscu in memory of Natalie Roussman Dr. and Mrs. Lee E. Eubank John G. Fadool José A. Fajardo Richard and Terri Finkel Dr. and Mrs. Jefferson S. Flowers Brian J. Foye and Coleen C. Foye Lynne Frederick Barbara and Richard Fulton

UNITED ARTS donors RECOGNITION 2013 Garber/Collins Charitable Gift Fund Andy and Camille Gardiner Glenn and Marlene Gardner Margaret B. Garland Louise, Mike and Molly Garvey Madison W. Gay, M.D. Dr. and Mrs. Charles W. George Nancy Gidusko Suzanne E. Gilbert Linda Landman Gonzalez Susan Gray-McCoy Carol and Leonard Greenbaum Dr. Scott Greenwood and Dr. Pamela FreemanGreenwood Ellen M. Guenette Edye and Ed Haddock Dr. and Mrs. Yu Hak Hahn Jodie A. Hardman Paul M. Harmon Tim Hartmann Marty and Jim Heekin Steve and Frawn Helsel Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Herder Grant and Tamia Hill Fannie Hillman John and Martha Hitt Mr. and Mrs. Mark Holecek Ruby Homayssi, LCDR, USN Ret. Dustin and Angel Houck Betty and Paul Hoyer Joseph R. and Jan J. Hurt Andrew Hyltin Mone Isaia in honor of Sydney Klechner Dr. and Mrs. Donald Jablonski Mrs. Patricia E. Jenkins Dean Johnson Pamela Johnson Hal H. Kantor R.K. and Faron Kelley Becky and Randy Kelley Mary F. Kelsh Barbara and Gil Kemp Maureen and Mark Kennedy Joe Kern Lee and Keith Kernek Carla Kimball B. Kitashima and K. Saruwatari Jack and Andrea Kobrin in honor of Rebecca, William, Joshua Kobrin and Isabella Griffin Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Kolb Jr. Michael and Darcy Krajewski Linda and Rich Krecic Col. and Mrs. Robert and Jerilyn Kreps Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Kwon Rob and Wendy Landry

Mary Laurie Lane Michael and Karen Lane in honor of Diane and Blair Murphy James and Peggy Lantz Shanon Michael Larimer Jane and Philip Leighton Meredith E. Level Dr. Michael and Diane Levine Bob and Mimi Lipka Dr. Dorothy T. Lloyd Jordan Lomas Lopdrup Family Fund Dave Lothrop John and Pamela Lyle Janine and Jim Madison Robert and Julie Mandell in honor of John and Rita Lowndes Richard and Annette Manganel Dr. and Mrs. Thomas L. March Alex and Juliet Martins Tony Massey Andrea Massey-Farrell David R. Mattson Jay and Alison McClelland Daniel and Elizabeth McIntosh Rex and Jan McPherson John and Rebekah McReynolds Bob Mead Dr. and Mrs. Robert Metzger Mark and Christine Middlebrook Dr. A. Migliara Jr. Barry L. Miller Linda Miller Dr. Margaret G. Miller and Mr. Charles E. Miller Jim and Cynthia Milligan in honor of Jacklyn Wright Dale and Martha Morrison Janice M. Moss J. Michael and Helene Murphy Cindy and Frank Murray Rich and JoAnn Newman John Niss, Roger and Lisa Mouton Michael Nocero in memory of Mary Jo Antonia C. Novello Jean Nowry Glenn and Beverly Paulk Dw Phineas Perkins Mike and Marian Peters Mrs. Nancy K. Phipps Eddie and Melanie Pipkin Martin and Ellen Prague Kim Praniewicz Sibille Pritchard Fred and Jeanie Raffa Jolyon Ramer in memory of Dorothy L. Ramer Bill and Joan Randolph

Dr. Dorothy T. Lloyd Diane and Phil Reece Judy Thompson Jordan Lomas Shyla and Steve Reich Roger K. Thompson Lopdrup Family Fund Kevin and Rebecca Reynolds in honor of Mary Pauline M. Tindal Dave Lothrop Peterson Tom and Kathy Cardwe John and Pamela Lyle Johnny Rivers Fund of the Schwab Janine and Jim Madison William and Barbara Robbinson Joan and Harry Travis Robert and Julie Mandell in honor of John and Jon and Jane Rodeheffer Leila Edgerton Trismen Rita Lowndes The Roper Family Foundation Inc. Dr. Tracy Truchelut and Richard and Annette Manganel Joan Ruffier and Edward Manning Mr. Robert A. White Dr. and Mrs. Thomas L. March John Ruffier Anthea M. Turner Alex and Juliet Martins James and Judy Russell Mr. Hardy Vaughn Tony Massey Michael and Theresa Ryan Drs. Kenneth and Bern Andrea Massey-Farrell Michael P. Sampson in honor of April Walker Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Vinc David R. Mattson of Carlton Fields, P.A. and Amy Chapman of Donald Voorhees James and Beverly Rawlings Joan and Harry Travis Jay and Alison McClelland CliftonLarsonAllen Jeff Voss and Bryan Ste Diane and Phil Reece Daniel and Elizabeth McIntosh LeilaBetsy Edgerton Trismen and Joe Samuel Dr. Lawrence and Nanc Shyla and Steve Reich Rex and Jan McPherson Dr. Tracy Truchelut and Mr. Robert A. White Judy and Stan Sandefur April Y. Walker Esq. Kevin and Rebecca Reynolds in honor of Mary Anthea M. Turner John and Rebekah McReynolds Conrad Santiago Reverend Robbi Walke Peterson Mr. Hardy Vaughn Bob Mead Arthur Santora Mr. William Walker Johnny Rivers Drs. Kenneth and Bernadette Vehec Dr. and Mrs. Robert Metzger Jeffrey C. Schenck Katy Moss Warner William and Barbara Robbinson Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Vinci Mark and Christine Middlebrook Frank Schornagle Robert A. Warren Jon and Jane Rodeheffer Donald Dr. A. Migliara Jr. Sally Voorhees and Jack Schott Neil and Malka Webma The Roper Family Foundation Inc. Jeff Voss and Bryan Stevens Barry L. Miller Jim and Pat Schroeder Miriam Weston Joan Ruffier and Edward Manning Dr. Lawrence and Nancy Wagers Linda Miller Ms. Jill Schwartz Bill White John Ruffier April Y. Walker Esq. Dr. Margaret G. Miller and Mr. Charles E. Miller BG Stephen M. Seay USA, Ret. Shara and Keith White James and Judy Russell Reverend Robbi Walker and Mr. William Walker Jim and Cynthia Milligan in honor of Valerie Seidel Trudy Wild Michael and Theresa Ryan Katy Moss Warner Jacklyn Wright Briggs and Victoria Sellers Christopher Wilkins Michael P. Sampson inDale honor of April Walker of Robert A. Warren and Martha Morrison Kenneth S. Shappell Dan Williams Carlton Fields, P.A.Janice and M. Amy Chapman of Neil and Malka Webman Moss Geanne and Adrian Share Mrs. Jean Woodbury in CliftonLarsonAllenJ. Michael and Helene Murphy Miriam Weston Joel H. Sharp Jr. Dr. Ward Woodbury Betsy and Joe Samuel Cindy and Frank Murray Bill White James G. Shepp in honor of Christopher Mr. and Mrs. Bob Yarm Judy and Stan Sandefur Shara Wilkins and Keith WhiteFagin-Allen Rich and JoAnn Newman and Suellen Kathy and Jon Yergler Conrad Santiago Trudy Wild Shiplett John Niss, Roger and Lisa Mouton Imogene Mr. Todd Zimmerman Arthur Santora Christopher Wilkins Michael Nocero in memory of Mary Jo Marie and Tom Shumilak Anonymous in memory Jeffrey C. Schenck DanScot Williams Antonia C. Novello A. Silzer and Karen S. Day Clifford and Marilyn L Frank Schornagle Mrs.Charlie Jean and Woodbury in memory of Dr. Ward15 Anonymous Donors Jean Nowry Becca Sloan Sally and Jack Schott Glenn and Beverly Paulk Woodbury Diane and Robert Smedley Jim and Pat SchroederDw Phineas Perkins Mr. George and Mrs. Yarmuth and Bob Gretchen Smith Mike and Marian Peters Ms. Jill Schwartz Kathy and Jon Yergler Ellen R. Snyder Mrs. Nancy Barbara Sorensen BG Stephen M. Seay USA, Ret. K. Phipps Mr. Gary Toddand Zimmerman GiftsLee as of July 31, 20 Eddie and Melanie Pipkin Jean Starkey honor of Robert Hill Valerie Seidel Anonymous in inmemory of Clifford and Marilyn

Briggs and Victoria Sellers 15 Anonymous Donors Kenneth S. Shappell Geanne and Adrian Share Gifts as of July 31, 2013 To see the complete list of 2013 donors, please visit www.UnitedArts.cc Joel H. Sharp Jr. James G. Shepp in honor of Christopher Wilkins and United Arts of Central Florida is sponsord in part by the State of Florida, Department of S Suellen Fagin-Allen Division of Cultural and the list Florida Council on Arts and visit Culture. Imogene Shiplett To see Affairs the complete of 2013 donors, please Marie and Tom Shumilak www.UnitedArts.cc Scot A. Silzer and Karen S. Day Charlie and Becca Sloan Diane and Robert Smedley George and Gretchen Smith Ellen R. Snyder Gary and Barbara Sorensen 2450 Maitland Center Parkway, Ste 201 • Maitland, Florida 32751-4140 Jean Starkey in honor of Robert Hill United Arts of Central Florida is sponsorEd in part George and Barbara Stedronsky by the State of Florida, Department of State, Phone: 407.628.0333 • Fax: 407.628.9110 • Email: uacfnews@UnitedArts.cc • Web: www.UnitedArts. Steve Goldman Charitable Foundation Division of Cultural Affairs and the Florida Jim and Ginny Stuart Council on Arts and Culture. Rene Stutzman Stephen Summers Cory L. Taylor Jewel Taylor Mr. and Mrs. David R. Terry Jr. Judy Thompson Roger K. Thompson 2450 Maitland Center Parkway, Ste 201 • Maitland, Pauline M. Tindal Florida 32751-4140 Phone: 407.628.0333 • Fax: Tom and Kathy Cardwell Charitable Fund of the 407.628.9110 • Email: uacfnews@UnitedArts.cc Schwab Charitable Fund • Web: www.UnitedArts.cc

413,761

REACHED 413,761 PEOPLE – THE HIGHEST ATTENDANCE SINCE OUR NEW FACILITY OPENED IN 1997.

228,886

YOUTH (UNDER 17) REPRESENT 228,886 OF THE TOTAL ATTENDANCE!

95,000

135 24,305

9% Total attendance increased over FY 2012

FULL-TIME STAFF

YOUth participating in preschool, camps, and classes

29,000 members

reached 95,000 students k-12 – an increase of nearly 10%

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7,600 member households

38,141

92,524

VOLUNTEER HOURS

visited the Star Wars: Where science Meets imagination exhibit

&

1,019 VOLUNTEERS

Participating Member

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